Daily Archives: 30 January 2012

Sunday Monday Supper: for my reading group

I belong to a reading group which has been meeting on and off for many years. We are about to launch into some of the so-called Metaphysical Poets… on Monday. I am doing the cooking. Since … Continue reading

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In art news… something great for people in the USA

I like Vermeer.   Therefore, I was pleased to read on The History Blog that Vermeer’s “Girl With A Pearl Earring” is coming to the USA.
It will be part of an exhibit.
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The new exhibition, “Girl with a Pearl Earring: Dutch … Continue reading

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Another view

From Astronomy Pic of the Day:

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Tales of the weird and wacky: Ireland Today.

In the Independent, you find that Most Rev. Philip Boyce, Bishop of Raphoe in Ireland, (who used to be a member of the Pont. Comm “Ecclesia Dei”, by the way) was investigated for a homily he gave.
A HOMILY delivered at … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood, tasteless death merchants, thanks Pres. Obama

While there is nothing obscene about this on the surface, it is nevertheless both disgusting and revealing.
Planned Parenthood – originally formed to kill black people – made this video to celebrate the Obama Administration’s attack on the 1st Amendment, Pres. … Continue reading

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How ’bout some good news?

I could sure use some.
Have some good news for the readers?

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Your Sunday sermon notes

Was there a good point you heard in the sermon you heard this weekend?
Post it here.

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