Daily Archives: 6 April 2014

On My Bookshelf: Dreams of Other Worlds

This is a good tome if you are looking for well-written astronomy books that are comprehensible to the average intelligent reader. (I’m thinking people who are or were comfortable¬†with high school-level science.) Each chapter is devoted to one space mission, … Continue reading

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Dies Domini 15: Praise and Thanksgiving

In God’s graceful sanctification of time, human beings who believe offer a natural response of gratitude. And we are more than believers–we stand on a relationship with a loving God who responds to us in our need and comes to … Continue reading

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Apocalyptic and Gnostic Things

It’s a phenomenon among bloggers, and looking back to 1998, it seems to have always been with many of us. While it can be easy enough to find online allies, it still serves some among us to look back decades … Continue reading

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EG 134: At Universities

In¬†Evangelii Gaudium, Pope Francis calls upon another proposition from the input of the 2012 synod. This small section makes me sit up and take notice, given my setting in campus ministry. I can ask myself: am I doing everything in … Continue reading

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