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From my friend in the UK Mulier Fortis:
…to His Hermeneuticalness, on achieving 2,000,000 visits earlier this month.
I believe that he gets around 2500 hits each day, and that’s not counting all the people who read the blog via blog … Continue reading
40 years ago.
The time of the explosion of the O2 tank:
April 14, 1970, 03:07:53 UTC April 13, 22:07:53 EST
I’ll be watching the movie Apollo XIII tonight at that time.
40 years ago.
I remember being glued to the TV.
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Again.. just some prayer. I just turned on the mic and read. Not a single frill.
Sometimes that is what we are left with.
I reduced the bit-rate on this recording.
If there is enough interest reflected in the stats I’ll do … Continue reading
From CBS/AP … yes.. AP again…
My E & C.
SANTIAGO, Chile, April 12, 2010Pope’s No. 2: Sex Abuse Tied to HomosexualityCardinal Bertone’s Remarks Cause Uproar; U.S. Priest Slams Vatican for "Incompetence and Irresponsibility"
(CBS/AP) Updated at 7:15 a.m. Eastern. [The original title … Continue reading
I saw some odd inconsistencies on the CBS site this morning about stories concerning comments made by the Cardinal Secretary of State, Tarcisio Bertone, in Chile.
I noted in this Google search that titles of a story seems to have shifted.
It … Continue reading
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How bad is the liberal media when it comes to the Catholic Church?
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I did this yesterday afternoon. I thought it might be interesting to see what happens in the morning.
I turned on the mic and read Lauds from the Breviarium Romanum. Nothing fancy.
Perhaps some weary priest out there might listen.
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