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- Four men appear in Hungary court after deaths of 71 migrants on board lorry in Austria
- Bangkok bombing: Was it the Grey Wolves of Turkey?
- Egypt sentences Al-Jazeera journalists to three years in prison
- Virginia shooting: gunman 'identified with 9/11 attackers'
- Live: Hurricane Katrina 10th anniversary commemorations
- Thai police arrest 'Turkish' suspect over Bangkok shrine bombing
- European ministers meet for security talks in Paris after France train attack
- Missing mother and four children feared to be en-route to Syria
- Thousands take part in anti-government rally in Kuala Lumpur
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Monthly Archives: December 2011
This blog has been up and running for a year (as of tomorrow). So just by way of interest: The blog has had just under 150,000 visitors. What is it that they came looking for? Search terms (in order of popularity) … Continue reading
HT: Church Times
Writes Fr Dwight Longenecker (himself a former Anglican): On Sunday the Anglican Ordinariate for the United States will be formally announced. As we prepare to receive our Anglican brothers and sisters in this historic step towards church unity, what will the … Continue reading
Discovery News: A centuries-old mouthpiece of a pipe, which might have been used to smoke hashish, has been unearthed in the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem, according to the Israel Antiquities Authority. Bearing the Arabic inscription “love is language for the … Continue reading
And to think that we go and swim in these waters too! The rest of the awesome photos can be seen here.
The Temple Mount Sifting Project: Two years ago we reported here about our random discovery of the First and Second Temple period city dumps at the Eastern slopes of the Temple Mount. Tomorrow we are going to publish a preliminary … Continue reading
UPDATE: It has been brought to my attention that what is noted below is in fact a reference to the historical situation in India and not ‘news’ per se. There is no TAC trouble in India. Rather The Most Rev Samuel P Prakash … Continue reading
[For a background on brawl between the Greek Orthodox and Armenian priests, click here] Writes Msgr Charles Pope: One of the more surprising, and personally saddest things I have encountered in my trips to the Holy Land, is the encounter … Continue reading
The Telegraph: God’s quarterback, Tim Tebow, is an American football player and evangelical Christian who has the US in a frenzy. Initially it was his performance on the sidelines that had people talking. Before every match he plays for the … Continue reading