Daily Archives: 6 February 2008

Feeding the Rings

As Cassini continues its exploration of Saturn, scientists have tons of information to sort through on the system. We’ve known that Enceladus contributes its ice particles to the sparse E-Ring of the system. We’ve seen from the early 90’s that … Continue reading

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Snacking on the Word: 2 Corinthians 5:21

I’m grateful to Neil for that post on Ash Wednesday. Be sure to read it. Our parish’s resident priest, Fr Michael, preached on today’s second reading at 6:15 AM Mass, drawing out this verse: For our sake he made him … Continue reading

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Is this difficulty truly a”special” one? As I reread the DMc for the first time in about twenty years, I’m struck by the overly pessimistic tone of what children can or might absorb through the celebration of liturgy. That’s not … Continue reading

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Convertimini ad Me: Lancelot Andrewes on Ash Wednesday, 1619

(This is Neil.) I wanted to quickly post something to help us reflect during the beginning of Lent and I thought of Lancelot Andrewes’ Ash Wednesday sermon of 1619. Of course, this sermon is presently well-known because of T.S. Eliot’s … Continue reading

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