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Daily Archives: 3 January 2008
If you’re blessed with clear skies tonight (and you’re not too far into the Southern Hemisphere), look for some Quadrantid meteors. The best observations are actually possible from countries with high northern latitudes, such as Canada, Finland, Sweden, and Norway. … Continue reading
The California Catholic Daily can’t let go of Archbishop Niederauer. They posted his MHR homily on their site, followed by a commentary churning with anger from Catholics who seem to expect the cavalry to ride into town like San Francisco … Continue reading
This NCR profile on twenty-something Catholics was much more interesting than the same issue’s musings on the politics of liturgy. I just don’t see this kind of searching on some of the more typical conservative web pages, just essays about … Continue reading