Daily Archives: 22 October 2008

A favorite verse caught in stained glass

This window detail is in the chapel of the US Naval Academy.
It depicts a favorite moment of mine in the Gospels.

Who can tell me what it is and why?
UPDATE:
And the answers…
This is Mark 4:1:
And again he began … Continue reading

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A good point to think about

From Sancte Pater…

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You did it before….

… let’s do it again.
The voting has begun again for the Blogger’s Choice Awards.
Doesn’t it seem like the electoral cycle never ends?
You can help get WDTPRS out there in front.

Keep the blog going!

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Bp. Martino of Scranton rolls up his sleeves

WDTPRS has written about the H.E. Most Rev. Joseph Martino, Bishop of Scranton, and his defense of life here and his bad treatment in the press in Scranton here.
About a zillion people wrote to alert me about Bp. … Continue reading

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The Naval Academy at Anapolis

Today we had tour of the Naval Academy from a friend who is a Catholic chaplain there. We began with the midshipmen’s muster at noon. After visiting many of the buildings, including the chapels, we also strolled about … Continue reading

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Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

We visited the shrine St Elizabeth Ann Seton this morning. Here are some views.
On our way out we spoke for a few minutes with a habitless old sister… One of the Daughters of Charity. She mentioned among other … Continue reading

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