If you’re interested, feel free to download a collection of 66 Alpine pictures to use as wallpaper picts for your computer desktop: Summer 2012 Selection These were used to select the pictures I used for this year’s “Nico Calendar”.
Nico has produced his fourth calendar… This year there are two choices (one with more flowers, one with less). You can download the proofs PDF here: in zip format. (it’s approx 20MB in size) You can also view each one separately here: Cal 1 (more mountains, less flowers) Cal 2 (more flowers, less mountains) The
Here are some simple instructions for how to download pictures from Nico’s Flickr space: Within flickr, find the album and the photo you want (a shared link often gets you there as well) Above the photo (on the left upper edge of the photo) there’s an “Actions” button. Click the Actions menu and choose “View
In May 2012, Nico completed his Masters in Theology at Sacred heart Major Seminary by writing and defending a thesis. The topic of the thesis was: Keeping the Lord’s Day holy: a study of the implications of the third commandment and its sanctification of time for the new evangelization This study can found here
Here’s a little collection of online articles I’ve come across on the topic of celibacy (or singleness): From Christianity Today Magazine: Remonking the Church From Touchstone Magazine: Celibacy: The forgotten gift From Boundless Magazine: A Season of Celibacy Rethinking Singleness From Relevant Magazine: Pursuing Singleness Celibacy in Protestant Theology – a PhD thesis Celibacy in
Nico takes a quick look back at the past year. It was a good one! You can either click on photos below to launch the slideshow, or… Right click on this link (http://resources.nicoangleys.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Jan-2012-NL-English-10×7-hi-res.pdf) and save as – to get it in PDF on your local computer.
This set of photos contains some of the picts I took while strolling around under the warm autumnal sun in the vicinity of Ann Arbor. The Leslie Nature Center and Bird Hills were my regular leg-stretching locales this year. There are also a few that were taken on our brotherhood center property in Chelsea during
Whilst living in London I was a parishioner at St Charles Borromeo. The priest, Fr Alan, was perhaps one of the most talented preachers I’ve ever heard. He gave me permission to record some of his homilies and so here they are.They’re posted in reverse chronological order: from most recent to oldest. Note: The sound