Daily Archives: 8 July 2015

Smallest Venue

The Premier League website has the promoted teams’ stadiums up for “tours.” This includes the PL’s smallest venue where only 11,700 people can view their home side’s matches. In the US, that would be almost the seating capacity of the … Continue reading

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Farewell Concert

Don’t know how many readers I have in the vicinity, but next Thursday some friends and I will be doing a concert. Tentative line-up: Day Is Done (AR HYD Y NOS, James Quinn, SJ) Meditation on Thais (Jules Massenet) Be … Continue reading

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Science and Christ

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin on science and Christ: Science alone cannot discover Christ. But Christ satisfies the yearnings that are born in our hearts in the school of science… Science will, in all probability, be increasingly impregnated by mysticism. Beholding … Continue reading

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Dives in Misericordiae 8f: Mercy Inexhaustible

If you’ve been keeping up with us for the past several days, you know we’ve been looking at mercy in light of the Paschal Mystery. This is the final paragraph of section 8: Here is the Son of God, who … Continue reading

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Laudato Si 22: Waste

The encyclical letter Laudato Si is available here on the Vatican website. Pope Francis’ first chapter is largely held to be the message for the masses, but he does poke at moral issues such as waste. 22. These problems are … Continue reading

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