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The Christmas the Lord has Planned

Every year, at Holy Mass on December 19th, we read from Luke 1. And we confront the question: Why did Zechariah get punished for asking the Archangel Gabriel a question about John the Baptist’s birth, but Mary did not get punished for asking about how Jesus could be born? 324 more words

Homilies

The End of Time.

2012 was the supposed end of the earth as we know it, and although we all still stand today with our minds on impractical methods of imagining a crisis play out, the world really did end on the day of December 12th, 2012. 119 more words

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Theresa Crabtree - Mayan Messages - Overcoming Obstacles - 12-6-14

by Theresa Crabtree

VEIL OF SEPARATION   The veils of separation are rapidly dissolving. What does this mean to you and how will it affect you? Soon you will see that each of you are brethren. 363 more words

Mayans

Cruise, Part II -- Dangerous Ruins, Nibbling Fish

Bill got another stateroom for FREE! So last night I slept well, and so did he.

This was a good thing, because today was a somewhat strenuous trip to the Mayan ruins of Dzibilchaltun. 837 more words

Travel

Year Abroad Blog - #5 And so the Christmas markets begin

‘IMMERSE YOURSELF IN the culture of the country you’re living in!’ our year abroad coordinator would cry at those frequent evening lectures in second year. So, when some of my colleagues invited me along to an exhibition on the Mayans in Paris’ Musée du Quai Branly, I thought my year abroad coordinator would approve. 705 more words

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Cozumel Cave Snorkel

On a windy December day the MSC Divina pulled into the dock in Cozumel, Mexico. Cozumel Island sits off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, an area of Mexico dependant on tourism as its main industry and thus well guarded and kept safe from the troubles of Mexico’s inland. 1,525 more words

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Ayyy, More Ruins! More Food! More Sun!

Oh look! Apparently those Mayans were all over the place. The ruins at Tulum were right on the coast of the Caribbean Sea, with a whopping elevation of 39 feet. 294 more words

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