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Daily Archives: 9 October 2021
That news item on iron rain some days ago got me thinking. Two crude images of what those planets might look like. They probably need to glow a bit more. Of course, there are other possible explanations for the chemical … Continue reading
In the early Church, differences of opinions existed. Perhaps Saint Luke glosses over the heated portions of discussions from Acts 6 or 10 or 15. Sacred inspiration gives us the final result and the harmonious reception of new directions for … Continue reading
Let’s look at the last four of seven Pastoral Proposals for section III-2 The Beauty of the Arts. Commentary follows each suggestion. – Local publications in the guise of tourist guides, webpages, or specialized journals on patrimony, with the pedagogical aim … Continue reading
Let’s take a deeply honest look at the Brother Who Stayed at Home. Pope John Paul II describes him as “unconverted” (to Christ) in the previous paragraph. Why would he assert this? There’s a laundry list of sins: (E)very human … Continue reading