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Daily Archives: 31 August 2007
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter’s HiRISE instrument has captured another image of those mysterious caves on Mars. When you catch one of these at high noon, you won’t get too much perspective, just a dark hole in a bright landscape. In … Continue reading
Wednesday’s CNS news briefs picked up this note: Nine Catholic high schools are in USA Today’s “Super 25” rankings — including four in the top 10. The rankings were published in the newspaper’s Aug. 22 issue. St. Xavier High School … Continue reading
Not much in quantity is offered in the Rite’s notes on the Liturgy of the Eucharist. Those numbers referenced are part of the extensive appendix to the Rite of Marriage which provides readings, prayers, and various options. 30. The Order … Continue reading