Daily Archives: 17 February 2007

Perfectae Caritatis 11

Some sensible guidance on “secular institutes,” those organizations that train people in the disciplines of poverty, chastity, and obedience as they maintain life in the world: Secular Institutes, although not Religious institutes involve a true and full profession of the … Continue reading

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Lunar Library

This piece on Space.com details Ken Murphy’s numerous links to all things lunar. The main library link is here. I wish I had a bit more time to delve into it this morning. But if you’d like to beat me … Continue reading

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Changes in the Human Species

Historian Roger Launius’s talk at this week’s Space Technology and Applications International Forum (STAIF 2007) in Albuquerque is summarized here on Space.com. It’s brief: I’d recommend a peek to familiarize yourself with the three developments he discusses: biological evolution/adaptation, electronics, … Continue reading

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Perfectae Caritatis 10

A lay person’s life as a religious is complete to itself, no apologies necessary, the council bishops remind us. If changes are needed, the council “urges” adaptation so as to better serve the people of the present day. The religious … Continue reading

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