Gee after my week of return to blogging my head feels like that. Sorry I'm off again - but always will be reading your blog! Hope you are ok.
There is an icon of St. Michael that allegedly is weeping. I can't remember exactly where...Syria comes to mind...quite appropriate, I'd say
Jackie - really?I'm getting better - thanks.
Nazareth Priest! I missed you. HI!
One of the sites I visit every day (along with Terry's site) is NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day:http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/Along with amazing images of planets and stars, it will have views of atmospheric phenomena on Earth. Several times I have thought that these sights could have been interpreted by someone as supernatural rather than celestial.
Speaking of blogging (and Twitter and the liturgy and...):http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2013/11/the-field-hospital-of-tweeter-followers.html
E - I agree - I really think a lot can be attributed to atmospheric phenomena and experimental projects by governments and military. And cloud formations - I have seen tons of clouds that others would photograph and send to Spirit Daily.Years ago I was at a fake site in Italy and everyone claimed the miracle of the sun was taking place - in my opinion the phenomenon was atmospheric. I think the event may account for my sight problems today.
On blogging, fame, money: http://veneremurcernui.wordpress.com/2013/09/20/fr-peter-carota-on-blogging-fame-and-money/
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