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Top Posts & Pages
- Can rainbows really be signs from God? (poll included at the end)
- World Origami Days! - day 1
- Praying for the Legion of Christ's General Chapter
- Going to the Origami Convention in NYC
- Prayers for a deceased friend
- One of Fleet Foxes' more upbeat songs
- World Origami days! - Day 1
- Homilycast #328: Thursday of the IV week of Lent - Habemus Papam!
- Happy Thanksgiving!
- Homily for August 21, XXI Sunday in Ordinary Time, cycle A
Category Archives: Science and Nature
The title isn’t just the perfect juxtaposition of two perfect things to grab your attention. Nor does it mean I am eating bacon by the fireside. I just want to pass along a nice tip. Do you have a fireplace? … Continue reading
Thanks to my friend Lee for sending me a link to this wonderful video!
I took this photo two months ago, but didn’t take time to process it until now.
I vaguely remember when the Shuttle program began, and I vividly remember the two tragic accidents of Challenger and Columbia. I believe the space program continues to be of great importance, and I hope that the private sector can pick … Continue reading
OK, it was actually a year and two days ago, but I don’t have anything from exactly a year ago… I had arrived at home with my parents in Ballouville only two days before, and all nature came out to … Continue reading
Do you like things that glow in the dark? Do you think minerals are marvelous? Do you think that fluorescent rocks are one of God’s coolest inventions? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, then you … Continue reading
Today we had intermittent rain shows and sun… which means, a great opportunity for rainbows! I ran out with my camera and got some photos, including these: This one is a panorama, stitched together from three photos: Seeing this rainbow … Continue reading
According to an article in the latest Scientific American, …weeds have begun to become resistant to glyphosate, the key ingredient in the widely used Roundup and a chemical that the biggest cash crops have been genetically engineered to withstand. Agricultural … Continue reading