Besides the scriptures, we remember the saints in our daily liturgy. They’re our companions on the journey of life, revealing the wisdom of God from age to age. 520 more words
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An enviable coastline, warm sunshine, a seafood lover’s den, a cultural sanctuary and people proud and prudent for Sri Lanka truly is no longer a communal battlefield, but a tourist friendly destination whose natural beauty and rich heritage preserved over many centuries is now accessible to the world… 1,632 more words
I have finished the majority of my second post of ancient history which will be ancient Europe! Yay! With that being said, please keep in mind most of the countries and city-states listed below existed at the time I’m speaking of and is certainly not all inclusive. 2,322 more words
Today, these mysterious magicians of the Celtic lands are generally understood in two ways; either as a class of priests or seers who basically governed their society through advising their chieftains, and only existed during the Iron Age, or alternatively, as a longer tradition stretching from the earliest times into the present day. 1,827 more words
Gaul and gall are easily confused words. They are also homophones, meaning they sound the same, but are spelled differently and mean different things.
The spell-check application of most word processing software programs would not catch a slip-up of these two words. 259 more words