Tuesday, March 26, 2013


Day 162 of reading through the Catechism in one year as a part of the Year of Faith has rolled around, and this little nugget popped up. “God speaks to man through the visible creation. The material cosmos is so presented to man's intelligence that he can read there traces of its Creator. Light and darkness, wind and fire, water and earth, the tree and its fruit speak of God and symbolize both his greatness and his nearness.” Of course, I understand that the Catechism is speaking about hearing and seeing God in nature much in the same way you recognize an artist’s hand in a painting. But still, wouldn’t it be neat if we really could hear what nature was saying…

Hmm, probably better to just skip all that and keep reading the traces like God intended in the first place.


Scott W. said...

"Meee and the boys cheep'd een, and got your this geeft."

El Guapo: "It's a sweater!"

I still LOL at that.

Xena Catolica said...

Would you consider doing a post on "Mantango"? It looks like plenty of material to work with from a classic B-Movie studio.

EegahInc said...

"I still LOL at that."

Underrated movie. I haven't seen it in awhile, probably need to rent it.

"Would you consider doing a post on "Mantango"?"

The Attack of the Mushroom People? Definitely. I've got another coming up soon for you before that, but then I'll get right to it. Holy Week is slowing me down though.