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Okay. I’m going to go lie down now…

posted by deacon greg kandra

…’cause this short video below is really exhausting. Astounding. But exhausting.



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Deacon.Hursh

posted January 31, 2009 at 8:59 pm


Do not fear. Angel Gabriel’s first words to Mary and most common first words when an angel appears or Theophany happens. My peace I give to you – Jesus words to his disciples in the upper room. Do not let your hearts be troubled – God will bring all things right. All will be well, all will be well, all mater of things will be well. (Julian of Norwich)Deacon Paul Hursh, Mesa AZ



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Brian Sullivan

posted February 2, 2009 at 3:10 pm


And just like the technologies it tells us about, the video can give us the information, but can’t tell us what it means!



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