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Monkeys 'throw spanner' in our understanding of human evolution by accidentally making tools | The Independent

Among the earliest forms of tools used by the ancestors of modern humans, a stone split to form a razor-sharp cutting edge has been used by palaeontologists investigating our evolution for decades. 38 more words


What do capuchin stone tools tell us about human evolution?

A month ago at ESHE and now online in Nature, Proffitt and colleagues describe stone-on-stone smashing behavior among wild bearded capuchin monkeys (Sapajus libidinosus… 681 more words


Blessed John Francis Burte and Companions-2nd Sept.

Blessed John Francis Burte and Companions
Lived: (d. 1792; d. 1794) | Feast Day: Friday, September 2, 2016

These priests were victims of the French Revolution. 182 more words

Feasts And Commemorations

40th annual Buddy's Slice for Life benefits Capuchin Soup Kitchen

Monday, April 4, 2016 is the 40th Annual Buddy’s Pizza “Slice for Life” to benefit for the Capuchin Soup Kitchen. Visit any Buddy’s Pizza location anytime between 11 AM and 10 PM. 90 more words


Those Who Want History Straight Deserve to Get It Good and Hard

History does not conform to apologetics.

So says the American Jesuit, Robert Taft:

“It’s not true that at the beginning we had one Church centered in Rome, and then for various historical reasons certain groups broke off,” he said.

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Adventures In Church History