Monthly Archives: April 2014

Saint Anselm of Canterbury

Earlier this week, on Monday, April 28 the monastery celebrated the feast of its patron, Saint Anselm of Canterbury at the rank of a solemnity.  (Because the usual date for the feast, April 21, fell during the Octave of Easter, … Continue reading

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The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

Last weekend we finished Chris Matthews’s book, Tip and the Gipper and we began reading Rebecca Skloot’s fascinating book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. I’m already familiar with this text as we teach it in the new Humanities program, … Continue reading

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