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Recap of June

So it has been quite awhile since I’ve written anything. June was quite the month! Much of June was taken up with homework; I’ve been working on my Master’s of Science in Education for the past two years and a couple months, and will be finishing up in the next two weeks. 301 more words

TLM FIFO Implementation

As we have seen that TLM put() & TLM get() methods are blocking in nature. What does that mean? In fact, during put() and get() 586 more words

TLM

Why Veil?

My first encounter with the Mass was during Lent 2013, and it happened to be the Traditional Latin Mass, or Tridentine Mass (which was the most widely used Mass liturgy in the world until 1969). 212 more words

Catholicism

Happy Trinity Sunday!

Today is the great feast day of the Holy Trinity! This is how I got to begin the celebration this morning in our priory chapel. Deo gratias! 

About Me; Ariel

Hi, I’m Ariel. I’ve been called weird before, and sometimes even creepy. But who hasn’t right?

I suggest like a million things for the blog (and like 90% of them get turned down.) And try to get us to try new ideas (which isn’t always easy with three different kinds of people.) It’s like I tell the elves living between my ears: sometimes it’s good to flex your thinking muscle. 346 more words

Disney

Five magazines to submit fiction (and/or non-fiction) in India

The publishing industry in India is perhaps not so well-documented online as it is outside. Today, I bring you a list of five magazines (four online and one print) to submit your writings to. 613 more words

Fiction

The Mass in the Extraordinary Form is...well...Extraordinary

Today was my first Latin Sunday mass. Or, to put it more technically, mass in the Extraordinary form.

The church, called Sacred Heart is small. At a guess, you could cram 150 people in there if they were all very good friends. 646 more words