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At Notre Dame, Good Friday Came Early

Gothic architecture has long reached where Christian missionaries would go but are not permitted: the minds and hearts of the faithless. The world’s grief over the flames at Notre-Dame de Paris revealed its power as far more than architectural style. For the great medieval commentator William Durandus (d. 1296), the …

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Pope's Romania trip confirmed for early summer

Vatican City, Jan 11, 2019 / 03:53 am (CNA/EWTN News).- The Vatican confirmed Friday that Pope Francis will travel to Romania to the cities of Bucharest, Iaşi, and Blaj, and to a Marian shrine in eastern Transylvania, at the end of May and beginning of June. The trip is set …

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Early Development of the Fruit Fly as Evidence of Design

Figure 1 Drosphila melanogaster Image by André Karwath, via Wikimedia Commons At-a-Glance Within the mother’s ovaries, developing oocytes (egg cells) are contained within chambers which are connected to each other by a stalk. More mature eggs will initiate the establishment of the anterior-posterior axis of younger eggs. The mother fly …

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Reading Together, Early Church Style

Brian J. Wright first experienced communal reading more than 15 years ago, which led him into the field of textual criticism and put him “three inches from the text.” He spent time photographing manuscripts and working with the fine details of the biblical texts. But when he began PhD work, …

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