Monthly Archives: December 2022

Joseph Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI: 1927-2022

Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI died this morning — Saturday, December 31, 2022. His death is international news, but I don’t have much to say at the moment. Headlines included the all-too-predictable political spins and ‘hidden meanings.’ And, happily, I saw … Continue reading

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Horses and Humans, Chimps and Muscles

I’d been planning on writing about chimps, strength, muscles, and assumptions this week. Then, a few hours later, I noticed that I’d been talking about horses, digestion, etymology, cephalic index and other assumptions. Which, for me, is about par for … Continue reading

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Pope Benedict XVI: Not Well, Prayer Requested

Noted, in today’s news: “Pope renews invitation to pray for Benedict XVI in these difficult hours“Vatican News (December 29, 2022) “A statement released by the Director of the Holy See Press Office says the Pope Emeritus is in a stable … Continue reading

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