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Vatican Library

From the BBC: Vatican Library Opens After Revamp And I found this video on YouTube:

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Sunday Afternoon: Catholic in an LDS Culture

I live in a town that is dominated by LDS culture, which is a distinct American subculture all its own. Music, books, daily interactions – in some ways, living here is like living in a different country. My wife and … Continue reading

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Sunday Afternoon: Science Fiction and Religion

There is some new discussion on Science Fiction and Religion that started with John Scalzi’s column at AMC, and continuing with Gabriel McKee’s post at SF Gospel in which he says that he disagrees with Scalzi in his title, then … Continue reading

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Sunday Afternoon: Ravi Zacharias

When I was in high school, I decided I didn’t believe in God. I’m not sure why, looking back – I had no bad experiences at church (I was raised Catholic) – I just didn’t really feel anything. I just … Continue reading

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Sunday Afternoon: The Pontifical Academy on the Sciences

Last week, the Vatican hosted a plenary assembly of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences. The subject was “Scientific Insight Into the Evolution of the Universe and of Life”. First thing, what is the Pontifical Academy of Sciences? It is an … Continue reading

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Review: The Fathers by Pope Benedict XVI

The Fathers by Pope Benedict XVI Publisher: Our Sunday Visitor Published: 2008 The material in this book, says the first footnote, is taken from Pope Benedict XVI’s general audiences from March 7, 2007 through February 27, 2008. There are 26 … Continue reading

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