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Daily Archives: 15 September 2020
Three weeks ago, we had such a clear day approaching Washington’s highest mountain.
As a self-professed science geek, I confess I was unaware of the tradition of naming Atlantic hurricanes after Greek letters once the 21 assigned names were exhausted. I guess we’ll know we’re in trouble if we get to Hurricane Omega. … Continue reading
With this post, we commence a look at Chapter VII, “Cooperation in Missionary Activity.” This topic covers numbered sections through the 86th. Mostly, Pope John Paul II was looking at ways in which non-missionaries can assist missionaries and their mission … Continue reading