NASA’s press release on the upcoming launch and goals of the Dawn mission includes a description of the image above: These Hubble Space Telescope images of Vesta and Ceres show two of the most massive asteroids in the asteroid belt, … Continue reading
A local blogger, Joe, has begun posting and linking to a series by Paterson’s Bishop Arthur Seratelli. The New Jersey bishop is rightly dismayed at a loss of a sense of sacred. I think he’s right, though I’m not sure … Continue reading
Unity is a value for the local church, therefore the Consilium believes it necessary to offer a few reminders for particular groups: 27. So that the unity of the parish community may stand out in the eucharist on Sundays and … Continue reading
Honor this worthy saint today, if you have a devotion. If you’re in my neighborhood, come to one of the performances of The Passion os Saint Thomas More. Tonight and tomorrow at 7PM. A matinee tomorrow as well at 1:30.
It looks like the Earth’s moon, all cratered and pockmarked. But it’s not. Here’s our planet’s natural satellite: Some things are the same. Craters. Craters with central peaks. More craters, big and small, mostly overlapping one another. Notice the differences? … Continue reading
We move to section 2 of Part II of Eucharisticum Mysterium, the Instruction on Worship of the Eucharistic Mystery. Though the comments are few (except for Liam, who probably generates at least half the traffic of these posts’ comboxes) I … Continue reading
One of the most challenging of my endeavors is my work on Tuesdays at a local center for troubled teens and children. I’m struck by behavior in teens I rarely if ever see in the environments I otherwise inhabit, namely … Continue reading