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Dawn Eden Goldstein
Doctor of Sacred Theology. Author (soon), , , & . Theological editor. My memoir:
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Dawn Eden Goldstein Apr 3
Replying to @DawnofMercy
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Christian Drosten Apr 3
Heute veröffentlicht: Einfache medizinische Gesichtsmasken reduzieren Abgabe von Coronavirus und Influenzavirus durch den infizierten Maskenträger. Weniger Virus in Tröpfchen und Aerosol. Übrigens: Stoffmasken kann man zur Reinigung auch bügeln.
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Timothy Paul Jones Apr 3
Our oldest daughter Hannah has been in the hospital since Tuesday with pneumonia, with suspicion of coronavirus. It will be several days before they know about whether it is coronavirus. However, they have now had to put her on a ventilator to prevent cardiac arrest. Please pray.
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Victor Lams 1h
Replying to @DawnofMercy
All we are is drops in the air, man. (So wear a mask.)
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Replying to @EkGaetan
Thanks, Eleanor! Sending love and prayers for you. xo
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ks. Robert Wawer SJ 4h
Bardzo dobry film japońskich naukowców ukazujący jak w powietrzu może krążyć wirus.
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Daniel Mulhall 7h
’s Taoiseach (Prime Minister) , a qualified doctor, is to return to practicing medicine and will work one session each week in our health service during the crisis.
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Dawn Eden Goldstein 6h
Replying to @matheusft82
Both, I think. There are several stained-glass windows shining down from above. Glad you were able to watch! Have a beautiful Palm Sunday, Matheus, and God bless you!
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Dawn Eden Goldstein 8h
Please watch and share this video. It shows how, even when not coughing, we spread microdroplets in the air when we speak loudly. Everyone should wear a mask in public and, if in an enclosed space with others, open a window (preferably 2) for ventilation.
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Dawn Eden Goldstein 9h
for my parish's livestreamed Mass: . Happy Palm Sunday to all!
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D.W. Lafferty Mar 31
Replying to @FrHarrison
Yes! Mass and the Eucharist are still at the centre of our Christian life, even when we can't attend public masses. This is a time of temporary deprivation for the common good, and will pass. And what a great feeling it will be to be back in the pews again.
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Fr. Harrison Ayre Mar 31
If you want to complain about the no public Masses, new rules you must follow: -Read at least 10 articles on the closures of Churches during the Spanish flu & during the time of St Charles Borromeo -Physically visit the dying yourself in this time and put your life on the line
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Dawn Eden Goldstein 10h
My parish's Palm Sunday Mass livestream starts in a few minutes. I will be one of the readers.
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Jeremy McLellan 21h
Fun thing to do on Netflix is watch a foreign language film with both dubbing and subtitles on because they are usually different translations of the same lines. Dude will yell "CUT IT OUT SARAH YOU'RE GOING TO GET US KILLED" and the subtitle will say "please stop it's dangerous"
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OZAbbey 21h
Let me guess. Believes in the Resurrection.
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Zena Hitz Mar 29
This brought me to tears. Wow.
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Dawn Eden Goldstein 21h
Replying to @PeterAWBlair
How beautiful! Thank you, Peter!
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Peter Blair 21h
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Dawn Eden Goldstein 21h
Just watched the original version of "Last Holiday" for the first time in many years via . Guinness is wonderful as always. I was disappointed the film continued after his death scene. The scene is beautiful and the remainder of the film is a maudlin anticlimax.
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