Daily Archives: 25 January 2008

Coach Speaks Out

Has this thing with Archbishop Burke going after a basketball coach hit the blogosphere yet? I haven’t been paying attention this week. Coach quote: I don’t anticipate repercussions. But if there were, I don’t need the job. I like the … Continue reading

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Phoning It In

Just as I like to lurk on traditionalist liturgical sites to see what to disagree about, I often go to pro-choice blogs to see what the other side there is writing. It’s always interesting, believe me. Two questions from Kevin … Continue reading

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Westerlund 2 Breaks Through

This image (Credit: NASA/CXC/Univ. de Liège/Y. Naze et al) is of the star cluster Westerlund 2. The human eye would not see this. In fact, the human eye would see massive dust clouds in between the Earth and this distant … Continue reading

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Pareidolia on Mars

What we see on Mars: rocks, dunes, outcrops, even the occasional cloud should be enough to satisfy the scientific and artistic imaginations. Nancy Atkinson at Universe Today takes apart the notion that the “human” figure imaged by the Spirit rover … Continue reading

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The Armchair Liturgist: Printed Order of Service

Randolph Nichols offered a very insightful comment a few days ago on the printed order of service: (It) complements the hymn board. Unfortunately, at least here in the Northeast, most parishes don’t follow that route unless there is a tradition … Continue reading

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Day 8 – The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, 2008

(This is Neil) Day 8 Pray always that they all may be one Be at peace (I Thess 5:13b) Isaiah 11:6-13 The wolf shall live with the lamb Psalm 122 Peace be within your walls 1 Thessalonians 5: (12a)13b-18 Be … Continue reading

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