Scanning through the Internet for information can bear strange fruit, readers. In this case it brought a new singer to this author’s attention. This artist is Sarah Kroger, a Catholic singer/songwriter in the Christian music scene, and I wish I had discovered her earlier. Her work is excellent. Below are the six songs Ms. Kroger … Continue reading Music for the Soul
Click the link to learn more, readers! Mount Padang Has Many Secrets: What’s Beneath Its Surface Astounds Scientists Jan 21, 2021 Ian Harvey Mount Padang: Indonesia is a country famous for its white sand beaches, blazing hot sun, and crystal blue waters that lure millions of tourists every year, from continents as close as Australia … Continue reading Hidden Temple
Sometimes the Law of Unintended Consequences has teeth. In this case, people forgot that cats and canines tend to disagree. The bigger each species is, the more likely their arguments are to end in death. That is what is happening in the American west as wolves spread into the mountains once more. The canines are … Continue reading Big Cats vs. Big Dogs
Remember that post about the sounds made by the nine planets in the Solar System? Well, it turns out that these were not the only noises NASA recorded and put in a playlist. They picked up a number of other cosmic melodies, most of which are rather creepy. You can listen to these sounds by … Continue reading A True Space Opera
With thanks to Foxfier for the tip. 😉 I would have missed this bit of news entirely if she hadn’t tossed it my way! Reading this article, one has to wonder what else is hiding under the ice. As long as it is not a Lovecraftian horror, a killer zombie disease, or something equally terrible, … Continue reading History Emerges from the Ice!
This story is fantastic, primarily because it is true. Reading this article, one can see where George Lucas may have acquired at least some of his ideas for the Wookiee homeworld of Kashyyyk, which fans can visually explore in games such as Knights of the Old Republic* and The Force Unleashed*. Gamers who enjoy a … Continue reading When Artists Go to War
The visions that various saints and mystics have seen over time are not dogmas – that is, they are not items of faith which the Catholic Church requires her children to believe. Catholics can accept as true or disbelieve in the private visions of the beatified as they wish. It is not necessary for them … Continue reading Happy Easter to All!
From an ancient anonymous homilist: Holy Saturday What is happening? Today there is a great silence over the earth, a great silence, and stillness, a great silence because the King sleeps; the earth was in terror and was still, because God slept in the flesh and raised up those who were sleeping from the ages. … Continue reading A Meditation for Holy Saturday
Take a look at this article on crucifixion, readers: Christ crucifié, Diego Velázquez (détail) © wikimedia commons Asphyxiation: The main cause of death by crucifixion J-P Mauro - published on 07/09/20 A new study of the only known remains of a crucified man paints a different picture of the Roman execution method. In 1968, archaeologist Vassilios Tzaferis excavated … Continue reading Good Friday
Thanks to Foxfier for linking to this site, which allowed this author to re-acquire the Classic Editor for her WordPress site. If you prefer the Classic Editor as well, then follow the directions through the link and get it back today!
After the last
screwupupdate by WP, the Classic Editor had disappeared, again,,,
BUT!! I have ‘discovered how to get it back!!
Followed those steps and wonder of wonders!!
There it was!!
Now how long before they screw it up again!!