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ANGEL OF EVERYTHING  (L’ange de toutes choses )
by Catherine D’Avis
translated from the French by Kenneth D. Fletcher
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Publication: January 7, 2015


Cardinal Lehmann's reluctant look back at the Limburg affair

In an interview for the Frankfurter Algemeine, Karl Cardinal Lehmann, the bishop of Mainz and the most senior of Germany’s active bishops, talks about various topics – the Second Vatican Council, Helmut Kohl, ecumenism, his upcoming retirement (expected for May of 2016), but standing out is his reluctant assessment of the Limburg affair, the financial mismanagement which led to the forced retirement of Bishop Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst. 323 more words

World Church

Old English - widow

I’m busy working away on the first stage of my analysis for my supervisor which is due at the end of this week. It’s an undertaking which is opening up a myriad of interesting avenues that I need to keep well under control. 144 more words

[-ZE-] Cuồng phong trong đêm

Phúc hắc cường x Lưu manh cường (cũng) của mình :’(


~Twitter~ 08.11.2014 - 21.11.2014 Junsu Twitter Update

Junsu: Hallo~!!


Junsu: Hello~!!

Junsu: Rak rak jjup jjup!! Das im Alter von 29 Jahren, es tut mir leid.;;


Junsu: Rak rak jjup jjup!! 142 more words


[-ZE-] Ngày 1 tháng 4, hoa đào nở

Thê nô x Nữ vương của người ta :(((((((


Barceloneta - Guest Translation

I recently had the privilege of reading someone else’s translation of ‘Barceloneta’, a poem which I posted my own translation of just last week. I think it’s great how there’s no monopoly over poetry translation, not even of the same poem, but in effect as many variations as there are people. 185 more words