Daily Archives: 9 September 2007

GILH 4

This is a lengthy portion, so stick with us, please. We are given a substantial witness of Christ at prayer in the Scriptures, setting the stage for the GILH case for daily prayer, hour by hour, in every conceivable situation, … Continue reading

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Crescent in White and Black

The Cassini probe is heading for a close encounter with Saturn’s moon Iapetus. Above, a raw image was snapped yesterday from a distance of 300,000 miles. Closest approach will beĀ  just a shade over 1,000 miles. The crescent gives you … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Inner Necessity

Zenit has portions of Pope Benedict’s homily from St Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna. Naturally, any liturgist applauds his emphasis on Sunday Mass as not a mere rule, but an “inner necessity.” There’s more: Does this attitude of the Christians of … Continue reading

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