Daily Archives: 7 January 2007

The Meaning of Epiphany

The following is today’s “Credo” column in the Times, written by the learned Anglican Bishop of Gibraltar, Geoffrey Rowell. You might wish to take notice of the last paragraph – I must admit that I have never really meditated on … Continue reading

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Antarctica: Practice for the Moon and Mars

NASA astronaut Don Pettit, who spent five months aboard the International Space Station in 2003, is on The Ice this year, conducting research. This is an opportunity that appeals to the heart of any explorer, whether an Earth explorer or … Continue reading

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Sorting and Counting the Days

Perhaps you’re confused if you’re a North American reading your missalette and noticing that next Sunday is the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time. Where did they put the first!? In the Roman liturgical calendar, January 6th is Epiphany. That was … Continue reading

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Which Way?

I’m seeking some advice as Lent is not too far off. My parish does a weekly Way of the Cross on Fridays. We’ve cycled four old versions in the six weeks of Lent, but I’m looking for something to add … Continue reading

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Orientalium Ecclesiarum 14

This section continues the discussion on the valid and licit ministers of confirmation: All Eastern Rite priests, either in conjunction with Baptism or separately from it, can confer this sacrament validly on all the faithful of any rite including the … Continue reading

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