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Broken Wheels, Mystical Nuptials, Lunar Landscapes, and a Funny Nickname

Today in the calendars of both sides of the Roman Rite is the Feast of St. Catherine of Alexandria, virgin, martyr. As a matter of fact, she is celebrated by just about all Christians (who have any doctrine and history). … Read More

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