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ArtLung posts tagged with “catholic”

  • “a climate-ravaged corporatist dystopia of inequality that mirrors feudalism”

    The phrase “a climate-ravaged corporatist dystopia of inequality that mirrors feudalism” is quite pithy, no? Obviously, if you’re looking for bad news you can find it everywhere. It’s entirely possible we’re headed for a climate-ravaged corporatist dystopia of inequality that mirrors feudalism. But signs of a new moral awakening are also out there—not the least…


  • Mother Mary Comforts Me

    So here’s a photo from the room I’m staying in at Grandma’s house: And here’s a photo, maybe a year or so old, of my Grandmother: On Friday I opened an account for her on Facebook. She used to be an avid emailer. In fact, her email addresses was one of the first I used,…

  • Whatsoever You Do

    I was thinking of these lyrics the other day and wanted to find our more about them, they’re based on this passage from the New Testament’s Matthew 25:31-46. I have to say this is a pretty clear call to do good works on this planet. It’s a favorite song growing up Catholic. Whatsoever you do…


  • Our Lady of the Angels & DrupalCampLA

    8am Mass at the Cathedral, then here at DrupalCamp this morning. Spirituality + education. Not many better ways to spend a day. Tonight family dinner with the whole crew. Feeling thankful. Here’s the entrance to the church after Mass today.

  • Science, Theology, and the Ontological Quest

    That’s what I’m on, too. I love their mission, which is sadly bound up in This flash movie. I like it so much here it is, transcribed: STOQ Mission: 1. Integration of Science and Human Values The double goal of the STOQ project is to contribute, through the Academic activities (teaching and research) of its…

  • Latin mass in San Diego…

    Latin mass in San Diego. That’s interesting.