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Daily Archives: 25 March 2022
New social media friend Lisa Tarker posted this image of a painting by the Ukrainian painter Alexander Murashko. A new favorite.
This month’s streaming binge-o-rama involved the tv show, not the actual Air Force effort of the 50s and 60s. But the former is a History Channel (!) fictionalization of the latter. I wrote about the latter maybe 45 years ago … Continue reading
The US Bishops turn their attention to The Diocesan Vision of Adult Faith Formation in Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us starting with paragraph 155, the first of three objectives for the local bishop and his staff: The diocese will … Continue reading
Continuing our discussion with Pope Benedict XVI in Spe Salvi on The transformation of Christian faith-hope in the modern age. We’re getting deep into philosophy with him, but stay with us–it’s only the French Revolution and a leading German philosopher of the … Continue reading