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"Beyond the Waters of Death," Joan Acocella's New Yorker piece on the making of GILGAMESH (14 October 2019)

  • “A young Londoner, George Smith, who had left school at the age of fourteen and was employed as an engraver of bank notes,” was fascinated by artifacts.
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Popsday

My 2nd Blog -Ill keep this 1 short

What Sundays mean to me and why they are my favorite day of the week

Sundays are what I call “Popsday”it’s a day I spend with my pops and just hangout all day and cook. 222 more words

4th Sunday after Pentecost Low Mass

Explanations as to what the priest and servers or doing and where they are standing are provided to help you follow along. The instructions in red text are generally based on local customs at our local parish in the Arlington Diocese. 8,293 more words

4th Sunday After Pentecost

The Apostles Peter & Paul

There is something inescapably Roman about today’s feast.  And it’s not just because we are Roman Catholics.  Few religions have such a strong association with a place, let alone an individual city.  835 more words

Feasts

Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time: 28 June 2020

Readings:

Second Kings 4:8-11, 14-16; Psalm 89:2-3, 16-19; Romans 6:3-14, 8-11; Matthew 10:37-42

In the ✠ Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. 1,016 more words

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