Daily Archives: 31 December 2020

On My Bookshelf: The Last Stargazers

It’s one of the best science non-fiction books I’ve read this year. Astronomer Emily Levesque accomplishes something informative and accessible in her book. It’s been well-regarded by reviewers and readers alike. When I started reading, I thought it was going … Continue reading

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Not Covered In Glory

News making the rounds in social media: Gloria Purvis’ radio show ‘Morning Glory’ pulled from EWTN’s airwaves | National Catholic Reporter (ncronline.org). Image credit: EWTN Just in case you didn’t think white fragility or Catholic fragility was a thing. I … Continue reading

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Fratelli Tutti 66: The Example

Did you know Pope Francis did a TED Talk? Neither did I. He suggests that being a “Samaritan” is not a loss of identity, but an affirmation of where we came from as well as a thumbs-up for the whole … Continue reading

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