Daily Archives: February 3, 2012

Originally posted on Biltrix:
The Innocent Eye Test, by Mark Tansey : A Musing… Click on image to enlarge I think of the painted picture as an embodiment of the very problem that we face with the notion “reality.” The…

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Originally posted on Good Morning Gloucester:
St. Ann School, seen from the intersection of Prospect and Pleasant streets. Catholic Schools Week is a time when we are able to open our doors to the community at large and showcase the…

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Homilycast #173: Homily for Feb. 3, Friday of the IV week of Ordinary Time, year II

Here is my homily for today, recorded during the morning Mass at the church of St Joachim in Rockport, based on the text posted previously. You can hear all of my “homilycasts” by copying this URL: https://advenus.wordpress.com/category/podcast-2/feed/ and adding it … Continue reading

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Homily for February 3, Friday of the IV week of Ordinary Time, year II

Homily for February 3, Friday of the IV week of Ordinary Time, year II I had never thought before of comparing King Herod and King David, but today’s readings make the comparison almost inevitable, and it’s actually very interesting. Both … Continue reading

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