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Daily Archives: 10 December 2007
The Cassini scientists are inviting the public to vote on the best of show in three categories: color still, B&W still, and movie. The CICLOPS web page has some high-res images well worth checking out.
We’ve already received our message that school is cancelled tomorrow. Brittany was already asleep so I snuck in and turned off her alarm. She’ll be up early anyway, enjoying a day of reading. You can’t call it a snow day, … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting-looking online resource for homilists, liturgists, Bible catechists and others: http://www.clerus.org/bibliaclerus/. In English, as well as other languages.
A homily based on Scripture is the expectation for Form II. 25. The homily, taking as its source the scriptural text, should lead the penitents to examine their conscience and to turn away from sin and toward God. It should … Continue reading
The Cassini web page featured a news release on some of the findings on the small moons of Saturn. Above, Janus, the moon racing out of the solar system in Alastair Reynolds’ Pushing Ice. These moons are super lightweight: floating … Continue reading