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The Seal of Confession Remains Absolute
I have avoided the liberal term because it may have different connotations in different countries, and thus be misleading to some readers. Writing with an international audience has its challenges in term selection. Thanks for adding, and ...
blackspanielgallery, 15 hours ago
The Seal of Confession Remains Absolute
I call these people pseudo-liberals as true liberals respect freedom, but the pseudo-liberals demand it for themselves, but deny it to those who disagree with them. The politically correct are a mixture of left wingers and pseudo-liberals. They ...
frankbeswick, 19 hours ago
The Seal of Confession Remains Absolute
The attack on religion began with the temptations of Christ in the desert and it has continued until our time. It will continue until Christ comes again.There are various agents of the fight, at the moment secularists, humanists, "liberals" ...
frankbeswick, 19 hours ago
The Seal of Confession Remains Absolute
There a[[ears tp be an attack on religion going on, and we cannot allow it to continue.
blackspanielgallery, 1 day ago
Parkinson's Disease
The gait of Parkinson's sufferers is distinctive, as it involves leaning forward and making a shuffling movement rather than walking with the heel down. What this research showed is that low back pain and the conditions that generate it might ...
frankbeswick, 1 day ago
The Seal of Confession Remains Absolute
blackspanielgallery, Thank you for the back- and front-stories and product lines. There's an article by Chaz Muth July 15, 2019, for the Arkansas Catholic in which the author indicates that such legislation occurs in New Hampshire, North ...
DerdriuMarriner, 1 day ago
Parkinson's Disease
Gosh what a waste of research money ! How very annoying. How can lower back pain movement be associated with Parkinson's movement ? There is no comparison. Parkinson' s patients don't have any lower back pain that is part of Parkinson 's ...
Veronica, 1 day ago
Parkinson's Disease
Sometimes chronic lower back pain produces symptoms in one's gait closely resembling Parkinson's. Look up this article, What if low back pain is the most common Parkinsonism in the world? It is an academic paper by Jacobs, Henry and Horak which ...
frankbeswick, 1 day ago
Choosing a University
The real problem is students can get to college, or even graduate, then find what shortcomings are there. Perhaps it is time for a real evaluation site, like Angie's List is for services.
blackspanielgallery, 5 days ago
Choosing a University
I enjoyed this. Unfortunately, in the process of getting better suited to the job market even good liberal arts colleges make decisions which diminish their liberal arts focus. I wish there was a way to marry more successfully that wonderful ...
Mira, 5 days ago
Puréed Fruit Cocktail with Honey and Mint
Hi Derdriu, thank you for your comment. I should really eat more fruit these days. I haven't seen that movie. I just saw on imdb that it's with Olivia Wilde. Lately I haven't been to the movies much. I'll probably suggest to the British library ...
Mira, 8 days ago
Puréed Fruit Cocktail with Honey and Mint
Mira, Both versions are delicious even though as a lime- and pineapple-lover I prefer the second over the first by just a little bit. In another but related direction, have you seen La vida misma by Dan Fogelman? In looking at your comment chain ...
DerdriuMarriner, 9 days ago
England's Nazareth: the shrine at Walsingham
Thank you, Frank!
Mira, 9 days ago
The 13 Ways to End Autopilot Cycle Rut and Help Personal Development
Thank you for this!
Mira, 10 days ago
Oven-Baked Eggplant/Zucchini/Tomato Soup
I don't think I've seen eggplants out of season. Unlike other veggies and fruit, I think they're mostly Romanian. Very dark purple, darker than some cultivars I've seen online.
Mira, 10 days ago

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