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Daily Archives: 2 December 2006
More from my organist friend Steve, who leads off with a confession: As I was attaching the pictures, I was surprised to discover that I only took pictures of the organ. Sorry about that. . . .. The day … Continue reading
The first set of images from MRO, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter are appearing online. This is from the Vallis Marineris region, the 3,000-mile long tectonic rift valley. Think Grand Canyon, but stretching from coast to coast and a whole lot … Continue reading
I have read of complaints in the St Blogosphere about the modern emphasis on resurrection at funerals. It was grounded in the bishops’ teaching at Vatican II: The rite for the burial of the dead should express more clearly the … Continue reading