Monthly Archives: November 2011

First Advent Sunday of 2011

The Roman Missal, Third Edition New Words: A Deeper Meaning, but the same Mass My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, This Advent the English-speaking parts of the Church will begin to use the new translation of the Roman Missal … Continue reading

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Have a Magical Day / Happy Thanksgiving!

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is a Victorian-style Disney Deluxe Resort distinguished as the flagship hotel of Walt Disney World Resort and offering world-class dining, entertainment and luxurious accommodations in its 6 striking red-gabled buildings. This magnificent hotel sits … Continue reading

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God Bless Governor Bentley

Why Americans Won’t Do Dirty Jobs Skinning, gutting, and cutting up catfish is not easy or pleasant work. No one knows this better than Randy Rhodes, president of Harvest Select, which has a processing plant in impoverished Uniontown, Ala. For … Continue reading

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Geography Lesson

Woman ‘grateful’ to survive shootout that killed 4; bond denied for 3 suspects By Tina Sfondeles Staff Reporter tfondesles @suntimes.com Last Modified: Nov 10, 2011 03:53PM Three days after she was shot multiple times during a shoot-out at a South … Continue reading

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The Church is Lucky to Have The Czar…

Now he [Governor Quinn] is in fairly hot water with the Catholic Church. Quinn, who purports to be Catholic, has agreed to speak and present awards at a pro-abortion group dinner; the group donated considerably to his election campaign. This … Continue reading

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Money Spent on Prisons is a Good Investment

Man held without bond in death of Indian Head Park teen By Lauren Fitzpatrick and Frank Main Staff Reporters Last Modified: Nov 4, 2011 04:29PM A 38-year-old parolee with a long criminal history was denied bail Friday, charged with murdering … Continue reading

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Master of Puppets / I’m Pulling Your Strings / Twisting Your Mind and Smashing Your Dreams

A few years ago, Joe Therrien, a graduate of the NYC Teaching Fellows program, was working as a full-time drama teacher at a public elementary school in New York City. Frustrated by huge class sizes, sparse resources and a disorganized … Continue reading

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