Monthly Archives: November 2022

Georgia O’Keefe, a Light, the Moon and a Steeple

Georgia O’Keefe painted “New York Street with Moon” on 47th Street in Manhattan. That’s been what art critics, scholars and reporters have been saying for decades. Except for one, in an article in Sky and Telescope’s most recent issue. Astrophysicist … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving and Two Turkeys: A Continuing Tale

It’s Thanksgiving Day, here in America. This year I’ll be talking about the Two Turkeys: and reviewing their last few years. Well, I hope these aren’t their last few years. Let’s say their most recent years. Yes, that’s much better. … Continue reading

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Sharing My Catholic Faith Story: Mostly Online

It’s been a while since I talked about what I’m doing here and why I’m doing it. And even longer since I talked about Nancy H. C. Ward’s “Sharing Your Catholic Faith Story: Tools, Tips, and Testimonies.” The book’s a … Continue reading

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