Daily Archives: 28 March 2008

Enceladus Images & Results

The Cassini site has this image of the moon from the north looking south: The objective of the most recent fly-by was less the images and more the “tasting” of the ice plumes and their chemical analysis. Cassini was speeding … Continue reading

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The Papal Example In America

The hand-wringing continues over the musical choices for the Pope2008 liturgy in Washington next month. The commentariat seems to have gotten over their Marty Haugen fervor, turning the vicious pen to the “dumbed down songs,” the “liar and a thief” … Continue reading

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Annunciation Dedication

On Monday Bishop Frank Dewane will dedicate the oratory at Ave Maria University. The construction phase: The first proposal, something of a liturgical greenhouse (Trust me; liturgical progressives don’t build in glass on that scale. It is so square.)  has … Continue reading

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The third Eucharistic Prayer for Masses With Children includes alternate texts for the Easter season, including a preface: Priest: We thank you, God our Father. *You made us to live for you and for each other. We can see and … Continue reading

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