I’m a fan of neither space exploration nor whisky, but some of you might find this story interesting: The Final Frontier For Whisky. A whisky manufacturer is sending a bottle of clear liquor into space with shards of oak in it. It’ll be back in two years. They’re thinking the results will differ than the test bottle they’re leaving on the ground. I’m thinking I really couldn’t care less, but if you’re into space stuff, enjoy the link.
The First Miracle
The newest theological topic? It’s whether Jesus really turned water into wine. A few people claim he really turned it into beer. No, they weren’t there, but they’re compiling various pieces of evidence to conclude that it was craft beer, not fine wine, at that wedding feast.
This is really going to mess up my meditations on the Second Luminous Mystery.
Something for Lent
“I do not regard a man as poor, if the little which remains is enough for him.” Seneca.
“He has most who needs least. Don’t create needs for yourself.” Escriva.