Bear Growls: Theology: The Art of the Possible

I suspect that our Bruin friend at Saint Corbinian’s Bear is also a fan of Evita:   This scene from Evita takes a grimly comical look at Argentine politics. The name of the piece is a quote by Otto von

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PopeWatch: Down Argentine Way

  Sandro Magister at his blog Chiesa gives us an interesting look at how Pope Francis is being perceived politically in Argentina:   ROME, August 12, 2015 – A primary election held in Argentina last Sunday has seen increased interest

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August 14, 1945: Surrender and a Coup Attempt

    Allied bombers had been used on August 13, 1945 dropping leaflets over Japan which described, in Japanese, the surrender offer and the Allied response.  On August 14, 1945 Hirohito met with his military leaders, several of whom spoke

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Last of the Dam Buster Pilots Dies

  Hattip to Don the Kiwi.  The march of time can be as sad as it is inevitable, and so it is in this case.  The last pilot of 617th Squadron that flew the Dam Buster raid on May 16-17, 1943,

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