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Daily Archives: 23 February 2012
Saint Jerome once said: When the stomach is full, it is easy to talk of fasting. It was a busy day at the parish, bigger than any other Sunday of the year, even Parent’s Weekend. But I did take time to … Continue reading
Do you know the definition of a conjunction? Two or more planets appearing close to a planetbound observer. Twelve conjunctions will occur this calendar year, though half involve a planet you will need binoculars to observe. A good home project … Continue reading
The footnote on the title of this section tells us it was derived from 1971’s General Catechetical Directory, number 71. We’ll also get a more in-depth look later in the GDC in Part V, Chapters 1 and 2 (sections 230 … Continue reading