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Friday, January 10, A.D. 2014
Structure, Not Padding

Καλά Χριστούγεννα!

Yesterday, Kristor offered a short but thoughtful essay on pedagogy and human nature on the Orthosphere, “Life & the Limit.” I recommend it as well as its comments thread.

Enjoy the weekend and Christmastide, but remember the holy innocents tomorrow (December 29/January 11)—both the original slaughtered boys and the children killed by wicked people in every age, including our own. Their blood cries out to the Lord from the ground! I’ll also think of the murder of Alexei Nikolaevich—may he pray for us and for his longsuffering people.

As I mentioned a few years ago in “Fine Art Remakes,” I don’t know why the date for the holy innocents differs in the various Churches—the memorial is observed on December 28 in the Roman Church, December 29 in the Orthodox Churches, and December 27 in some Oriental Orthodox and Eastern Rite Catholic Churches.

Posted by Joseph on Friday, January 10, A.D. 2014
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