1. Clerics who live a semi-monastic life, but who are also involved in the community; 2. General rules or principles by which something is judged; 3. A collection or list of sacred books accepted as genuine.
Fact of the Day
Pounds, shillings and pence were rooted in Roman librae, solidi and denarii. This is where the abbreviation LSD comes from.
Quote of the Day
"If a book is worth reading, it is worth buying. "
~ John Ruskin
On This Day
1660 Charles II marched into London and was restored to the throne after 11 years in exile.