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Daily Archives: 14 July 2013
First, we knew astronauts spied the beautiful blue Earth from lunar orbit on Christmas Eve, 1968: Next we had Voyager II’s view of the sun’s planet number 8: Astronomers found that when the planet HD189733b passes behind its star, HD189733, … Continue reading
The young miss has been requesting salsa since Friday. I have a favorite space blend I use as a rub for meat as well as for this corn chip dip: coriander, cumin, and paprika. For salsa, I usually add a … Continue reading
Who came up with that silly term, “staycation,” anyway? We had our third training/commissioning session for parishioners on the new sound system this afternoon. Chris from ECC was with us from Friday through the weekend to help get Masses going … Continue reading
A wonderful image of God’s word: 10. Abraham is asked to entrust himself to this word. Faith understands that something so apparently ephemeral and fleeting as a word, when spoken by the God who is fidelity, becomes absolutely certain and unshakable, … Continue reading
The treasure in the field. The pearl of great price. Two cherished Christian images that seem to have lost none of their tangible appeal even if pearl merchants are no longer on street corners. I suppose we do have realtors … Continue reading