Here are some one liners...
Scientists Discover Sex... Scientifically -- Anatomy as a science is just getting started so a couple of scientists are figuring out what parts go where and why. Why didn't they do this before? The way people figure things out is changing. The human mind is changing.
Teresa of Ávila Meets the Choir Invisible and Lives -- Christian mysticism is being defined. I also recommend the book, "Karma Cola: Marketing the Mystic East".
A Hurricane Hits the Pensacola Colony -- Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me twice, I must be from Spain!
Scientists Discover Sex... ScientificallyThe study of anatomy has always been hobbled by religious prohibitions against damaging the corpse which was once a vessel for the soul. As the Renaissance has progressed, dissection of corpses for study and practice for surgery has become more common, especially in Italy. Realdo Columbo and Gabriele Falloppio have written papers regarding various aspects of a women's reproductive system. The Fallopian tubes are named after Gabriele Falloppio who describes them but does not realize what function they serve. He also coins the word "vagina" and has already developed the first condom made out of linen and tied on with a pink ribbon. The condom is designed to prevent syphilis, and the color of the ribbon is chosen to appeal to a woman's color sense. Columbo and Falloppio will also discover the clitoris.    
Teresa of Ávila Meets the Choir Invisible and LivesSister Teresa of Avila has an invisible vision of Jesus and later she will have a vision of an angel which will stab her with a spear. It is quite a painful experience. These visions will continue for two years and although her friends are worried for her, her father-confessor assures her that she is on the right track. She and her protégé John of the Cross, are writing down their mystical experiences which will become the basis for modern Christian mysticism. In her writings, she focuses on her personal insights and experiences in mysticism which makes her writings more approachable.   
- For prayer is nothing else than being on terms of friendship with God. -- Saint Teresa.