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Daily Archives: 2 March 2008
Saturn’s F Ring interacts with the moon Prometheus (out of the image frame) to form those irregularities. The moon in view is Atlas.
We’re still discussing Masses of mostly adults in which children participate. Give kids something to do: 18. It may also be very helpful to give some task to the children. They may, for example, bring forward the gifts or perform … Continue reading
Since the post on William Mahrt’s critique of instruments was so popular, I thought I’d have a go with his misunderstanding of MCW’s Three Judgments and their retention in SttL. His whole essay is here. But here’s the relevant portion: … Continue reading