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Daily Archives: 3 November 2021
PBS continues to make amazing science films. One of the best recent ones looks at evolution in the fossil record, including how the title animals developed from wolf-like swimmers on an Asian seashore to deep ocean dwellers larger than the … Continue reading
Some people like the peak colors of Fall. And these are certainly nice. I remember finding a leaf when I was a young boy that reminded me of an old map of Mars with red and yellow and green in … Continue reading
Something obvious: one of the three faithfulness judgments for a liturgical book is a check with the Latin original. 21. Faithfulness above all to the original text, i.e. in Latin, found in the typical liturgical books of the Roman Rite. … Continue reading
“You didn’t really want to scale the cliffs of Yosemite, did you?” I guess not.
Division Between (Sisters and) Brothers 15. In the biblical narratives mentioned above, (our) rupture with God leads tragically to divisions between (sisters and) brothers. In the description of the “first sin,” the rupture with Yahweh simultaneously breaks the bond of … Continue reading