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WASHINGTON -- When Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong gingerly stepped onto the surface of the moon July 20, 1969, Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno had no idea that some day he would become the director of the Vatican Observatory.
This pull-out two-sided poster is a convenient way for Catholics in Arkansas to plan or attend events all over the state.
Q. Recently a funeral Mass was offered on a Sunday afternoon in our parish for a longtime parishioner. I believe I remember as a child being taught by the sisters in our Catholic school that funerals were never held on Sundays (except possibly in time of war or during the Middle Ages when the plague was rampant). Have things changed? (Question Corner, Seeds of Faith)
The rector of St. Meinrad Seminary, Father Denis Robinson, OSB, gives a talk to the new first-year theology students at the beginning of every year. Two years ago, when I was a first-year theology student, he gave that same talk to my class. (Columns)
I didn’t realize there was a moon-landing Bible verse until my pastor mentioned it a few weeks ago. (Guest Commentary)
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