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Monthly Archives: April 2007
Our parish just finished hosting this warm-up event. I have promises from three or four people who attended to send me digital images, so wolftracker and the other KC area folks who couldn’t make it can see what happened.
Thanks to all for the generally calm and, at times, thorough discussion on the Archbishop Burke thread here. The same cannot be said for the commentariat in other places, including on this thread. One priest offered: This whole incident has been … Continue reading
Check out this video of a dust devil on Mars.
Cassini imaged Saturn’s rings as seen above a month ago today. The sun shines on them from below; you can catch some of the reflected glare bouncing back onto the planet. Upper left, note the shadows of the rings on … Continue reading
Musicam Sacram now begins a chapter entitled, “Those With a Role In Liturgical Celebrations.” First we read of one difference between clergy and lay liturgical ministers. The former minister because of their ordination. The latter serve because of the need … Continue reading
This release from SpaceRef.com describes the importance of satellites in piecing together more data on climate change. Moreso than photographs, climatologists rely on a radar instrument to cut through clouded atmosphere and the long, dark polar winters. I was not … Continue reading