In the spotlight: coronavirus memorial, solar eclipse, St. Columba, Kamloops Indian Residential School
The miracle was not just the solar eclipse but its impact, that millions stopped to look up. These days we tend to run low on wonder. This filled us up again.
Science teacher Jane Irwin isn’t often left without words, but the total solar eclipse left her in a quiet, reflective mood.
The word from some quarters is that the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse is a harbinger of the end times, but one Wisconsin priest hardly thinks so.
For the first time in 99 years, the summer sky will turn to night at midday Aug. 21 during a solar eclipse along a 70-mile wide path from coast to coast in the United States.