Daily Archives: 22 September 2021

Don’t Slip And Fall Here

Orbiting from above, space probes have located openings to a vaster underground on both the moon, and above, Mars. This scene (By NASA, JPL, U. Arizona – https://science.nasa.gov/download/file/fid/89311, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=87679776) is to be found on the slopes of one … Continue reading

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World Day of Migrants and Refugees: Hebrews 13

As I blogged earlier this week, my parish is observing the World Day of Migrants and Refugees this weekend with the permission of our local ordinary. There is a Mass in the Missal for the “theme” of Refugees and Exiles. … Continue reading

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Via Pulchritudinis: The Way of Beauty, Pathway towards the Truth and the Good, part 2

As with yesterday’s post on the first paragraph concerning “The Way of Beauty, Pathway towards the Truth and the Good”¬†we have a long footnote in the middle of the narrative. Starting here, we reassert the importance of touching people’s hearts … Continue reading

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Fratelli Tutti 285: An Appeal

Pope Francis begins his wrap-up of Fratelli Tutti with an important appeal, first, reiterating that all religions must agree to a simple shared baseline of peace: 285. In my fraternal meeting, which I gladly recall, with the Grand Imam Ahmad … Continue reading

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