Driving home tonight from the parish, the crescent moon hung in the southwestern sky. Venus below. Nice photo at UT showing both the moon and the much smaller crescent Venus.

By the time of this writing, you might think about checking this pair if you’re on the Pacific Ocean or a bit later if you’re along the Philippines, Australia, Japan, Korea, places over there.

There’s something inspiring about seeing the moon in the twilight. Sky darkens, and it’s time for Vespers.

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Todd lives in the Pacific Northwest, serving a Catholic parish as a lay minister.
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