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Daily Archives: 5 September 2007
Selling their souls to beat Hillary Clinton. Swamping John Edwards on his own web page. What a spectator sport! Who needs football? And to think it’s started early and still has fourteen months to go.
(This is Neil.) Again, I’ve been rather busy, which explain my relative silence on the blog. I do want to very quickly and briefly attract your attention to an interesting recent article in the Asian Journal of Theology on a … Continue reading
Zenit reports today on a performance yesterday for Pope Benedict at Castel Gandolfo. The Holy Father had the usual nice things to say about music: (Music) has the power to lead us back … to the Creator of all harmony, … Continue reading
CNS picks up the story of two British church musicians sending the pope an iPod nano of their new album, including a traditional Irish tune reworked with a calypso/disco beat. American Catholicism’s much-loved “Be Not Afraid” also gets a treatment, … Continue reading