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Daily Archives: 5 December 2012
A sad day for this loss. CNS posted a nice feature from 1996. This was one of the most moving moments I’ve ever seen on television. And it shows a bit of God’s grace working with the great soul of … Continue reading
One of our students was sharing his new “favorite” Old Testament canticle. As he was describing the “horn of salvation” and God our “rock,” and the raising of the hungry, the barren, and the needy, I asked, “Hannah’s Canticle?” Yes! … Continue reading
At Eureka Street, Michael Kelly’s essay from last week is worth reading. The Australian Royal Commission is gearing into action. If they find a pit similar to the Americans, the Irish, and the Germans, they may well be setting into … Continue reading
Pay for good work, and don’t be dismayed over it: § 202 § Excellent designs can be brought to beautiful completion only by competent and trustworthy professionals. These professionals have a right to compensation that matches the expectations of the … Continue reading