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Paul Deming
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Bicycling Physics and Math Geek
Bicycling Physics and Math Geek

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Is it okay to post this to this group?  Just looking to get the word out to Catholics who might be interested.  This is a great parish, looking for a theologically sound lay person to head up religious education.  Short notice for the start of the year.  

The Proto-Cathedral of St. James is a viable downtown parish with a historic past within the Archdiocese of Seattle. The parish is a center of orthodox liturgy and catechesis, mindful of Christ's mission of evangelization and holding fast to the truths and morals of His Church, striving to build a lasting faithfulness to the Gospel in Southwest Washington.

Read more: http://www.catholicjobs.com/job/6629121148#ixzz3kKDC3Mzh

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Anyone looking for a Church Job, Religious Education? Pass this along please! 
The Proto-Cathedral of St. James is a viable downtown parish with a historic past within the Archdiocese of Seattle. The parish is a center of orthodox liturgy and catechesis, mindful of Christ's mission of evangelization and holding fast to the truths and morals of His Church, striving to build a lasting faithfulness to the Gospel in Southwest Washington.
Read more: http://www.catholicjobs.com/job/6629121148#ixzz3kKDC3Mzh

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Anyone looking for a Church Job, Religious Education? Pass this along please! 
The Proto-Cathedral of St. James is a viable downtown parish with a historic past within the Archdiocese of Seattle. The parish is a center of orthodox liturgy and catechesis, mindful of Christ's mission of evangelization and holding fast to the truths and morals of His Church, striving to build a lasting faithfulness to the Gospel in Southwest Washington.
Read more: http://www.catholicjobs.com/job/6629121148#ixzz3kKDC3Mzh

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Wow, this is a pretty balanced article critical of how St. Thomas Moore is treated int he recent BBC production of "Wolf Hall"  the Tablet can still publish something worth reading.

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Unfortunately drawn into reading medieval history the past few days....  
A brief history of how people communicated in the Middle Ages
"Communication of legislation was important for medieval rulers, but, as today, people were also able to spread rumours and gossip. It is not always clear where medieval, or indeed modern, rumours began, but there is no doubt that they could spread quickly."
"In the second half of the 14th century, England saw great upheaval and challenges: the war with France was going badly, and at home the Black Death, beginning in 1348–9, had killed at least a third of the population. Survivors might have hoped for better conditions, as a smaller work force tried to demand higher wages, but this was stopped by the Ordinance and Statute of Labourers setting wages at the pre-plague level."
"In 1381 this famously erupted into the violence of the Peasants’ Revolt, but in 1377 there were already signs of discontent, manifested in the ‘Great Rumour’. This social movement, spread by word of mouth across southern England, saw rural labourers refusing to work, arguing that the Domesday Book granted them exemptions form their feudal services."

Seen on a bumper today:
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Took me almost a full minute, but I decided I like it. You've probably seen it before though.

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Driving a car should carry the same kind of care and responsibility and legal consequences for misuse as carrying a Glock 9mm.  Cars are more dangerous than guns. 

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Please don't ride on the features in Yellostone!  But I'd love to see groups of cyclists like this everyday!
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Best Pic I've ever seen of Upper falls to Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.  If you have a better one , Post it!
Parque Nacional de Yellowstone, Estados Unidos
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