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Daily Archives: 26 April 2008
Revelation 19 is a curious choice for the wedding liturgy. Lots of couples agree, seemingly, for they’ve never (in my experience) chosen this passage. Maybe they get stuck on 1 Corinthians 13 and never go beyond that. This is the … Continue reading
Thanks to Brian at Catholic Radio 2.0 and my musical colleague Jeffrey Tucker for an enjoyable experience chatting about the liturgy this afternoon. You can hear the discussion. This being the internet, Brian’s archives make it available for you to listen … Continue reading
Check out the 51st Carnival of Space. I had every intention of contributing regularly, but unfortunately, my astronomy hobby these days consists of looking at a daily pretty picture here and keeping up with just a spot of reading. I’ve … Continue reading