Apparently the magnitude 8.8 quake that rocked Chile last week shifted Earth's axis re-distributing the planet's mass and shortening the day by 1.26 microseconds. (story here) Here I thought the days seemed shorter just because I'm older.
I am a deacon ordained for the Archbishop of Chicago in 1998 and am employed as Business Manager of a parish in the City of Chicago but am involved in liturgical ministry at St. Lambert Parish in Skokie, IL. I also help produce The Flame, the newsletter for the deacons of the Archdiocese of Chicago. Any opinions expressed on this site are exclusively mine -- unless they make sense, in which case they are undoubtedly stolen from someone else.
A reflection on priestly life -- part 5
to Ann T. Clerikuhl continued:
now I write about the glorious triumph of light over dark, progress over
regress and the wisdom of youth over the ...