Daily Archives: March 7, 2013

The Next Pope & the Latin Mass

After Gertrude’s recent lovely post: “Benedict XVI: a supremely liturgical Pope”, many Catholics, who favour the traditional Latin Mass, will be asking themselves what might happen now with the next Pope. Whereas it is more than likely that the successor … Continue reading

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The smallest unit of true life is called a cell. (Viruses aren’t cells, as they can only function in the presence of living cells). Bacteria are cells, though they lack a central organising nucleus. A cell with a nucleus is … Continue reading

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