Daily Archives: 14 January 2020

On My Bookshelf: A Memory Called Empire

One of the best things about good science fiction is when an author takes us places we’ve never been in ways we’ve never gone. The first of those is easy to do. No human has yet set foot on Mars … Continue reading

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Making It Up As We Go Along

As of this morning, it seems our pope emeritus isn’t pleased his name was attached to that book on celibacy. Take it off, he instructs. That will certainly put an interesting twist on various interpretations con and pro coming from … Continue reading

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Christus Vivit 259-260: Love And Family

Today we continue reading Pope Francis’┬áPost-Synodal thoughts on “Vocation.” Nine paragraphs treat “Love and family.” Here are the first two: 259. Young people intensely feel the call to love; they dream of meeting the right person with whom they can … Continue reading

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