Daily Archives: 3 November 2008

Off To The Polls

No posts tomorrow, my friends. I’m performing a vital civic duty and I’ll be busy all day. Not voting–that was already accomplished last Thursday. I’ve taken a vacation day to step forward and serve as an election official tomorrow. It … Continue reading

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Wrinkles and Blocks

The Cassini web site has a featured image of Enceladus posted today, a reulst from Friday’s 130-mile buzz above the surface. I find the raw images more exciting, including the shot above from 1900 miles away. Then we have this … Continue reading

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PCS 74: Bringing Communion

The preparations for the home Communion visit are not elaborate, but sometimes they can be overlooked. When the eucharist is brought to the sick, it should be carried in a pyx or small closed container. Those who are with the … Continue reading

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Snacking on the Word: 1 Cor 3:9c-11

The first half of this coming weekend’s middle reading touches on a theme many pastors adopt in new parishes, or renovating parishes, namely that the people are God’s building. Brothers and sisters: you are God’s building. According to the grace … Continue reading

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