Sunday, July 19, 2009

Cathedral of Our Lady and St. Philip Howard, Arundel

I found a video of our Cathedral


Anonymous said...

Here are some clarifications regarding communicable diseases:

Pathogens must enter the body in adequate numbers to produce disease.

They must enter through a certain route called the portal of entry
which differs for the various organisms. For example, the alimentary tract (oral) is the for typhoid, dysentery, and cholera organisms.

Some have special affinity for the respiratory tract localized in the bronchi & lungs (tuberculosis & diphtheria) transmitted by one person to another in aerosols generated by sneezing & coughing known as droplet nuclei.

Some other microorganisms enter through the urogential tract.

It appears that the “flu” in question is of an acute respiratory nature and transmitted through the respiratory route and not the oral route.

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roydosan said...

It's a fabulous cathedral but it's a shame it's in such a remote location.

Crux Fidelis said...

I've never been in the Cathedral but I've seen it from the train. It really is in a magnificent location

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