Monthly Archives: June 2021

Frank F. ‘Jack’ Hanobic | News, Sports, Jobs

Frank F. ‘Jack’ Hanobic Franck F. “Jack” Hanobic, Jr., 73, of Hyner, died on Monday, June 28, 2021 surrounded by family at his home. Born June 2, 1948 in Renovo, he was the son of the late Frank “Henny” and Phyllis M. (Forbes) Hanobic, Sr. He graduated in 1966 from …

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bishop urges return to Sunday mass | Pandemic 2020

Bishop Christopher Coyne, of the Diocese of Burlington, announced the return of the “Sunday obligation” of Mass starting this statutory holiday weekend. The decision was announced in a letter to the Catholic community read at mass last weekend. Every Catholic who has reached “the age of reason” is again obliged …

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Duterte: No quarrel with the priests

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte delivers remarks at the grand launch and swearing-in of the Global Coalition of Lingkod Bayan Advocacy Support Groups and Force Multipliers at the Philippine National Police Multipurpose Center Camp Crame in Quezon City on June 25, 2021. ACE MORANDANTE / PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO President Rodrigo Duterte clarified …

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Religious calendar

ADS AND SERVICES • The Bullock Temple Methodist Christian Episcopal Church, 1513 S. Park St., broadcasts live services at 10 am Sundays on btclr.org. (501) 375-1581. • Christ Episcopal Church, 509 Scott Street, hosts communion services at 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. (masks and social distancing required at 10:30 a.m. …

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Author to talk about cod fishing in the 17th century

Maine’s First Ship and the Kennebec Estuary Land Trust will host a conference on 17th-century cod fishing at 1 p.m. on July 1 with author and historian Mike Dekker. Registration required for in-person or virtual participation. Contribution photo BATH – Maine’s First Ship and the Kennebec Estuary Land Trust will …

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Michael Phe Ha ling’s rosary

Tired and weary, he seizes this “sweet chain to God”. Among the thousands of internally displaced people who fled into the jungle to escape the violence of the Burmese army, Michael Phe Ha ling, an 11-year-old Catholic boy, in adversity unhesitatingly called on our Heavenly Mother, to ask for help. …

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Helen Ruygt Obituary (2021) – Napa, CA

Helene A. Ruygt 1928- 2021 On June 19, 2021, Helen Ruygt passed away peacefully in her sleep at the age of 93. As the matriarch of the Ruygt & Van Winden families, she was a kind and caring soul, loved by many of her family and friends locally and in …

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Last mass at St Gérard church

Wellington Cardinal John Dew at the last mass at St Gerard’s. Cardinal John Dew comforted the tearful-eyed parishioners of Wellington’s iconic St. Gerard’s Church by calling on them “to believe that this is not the end, but to find something new and be surprised by the ways of God ”. …

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Local offers for Father’s Day 2021

GREEN BAY (NBC 26) – June 20, 2021 marks Father’s Day, an annual holiday to celebrate fathers everywhere. In northeastern Wisconsin, local businesses are running specials and promotions to celebrate dads. Here are some events in the area to celebrate dad: Green Bay Botanical Gardens offer free admission for all …

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Saints Constantine and Helen Brooklyn Cathedral becomes founding member, pushing donations to over $ 10 million – From Archdiocese

Saints Constantine and Helen Brooklyn Cathedral becomes founding member, pushing donations to over $ 10 million The Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Brooklyn, New York, became the first parish in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America to undertake the primordial and sacred mission of promoting and defending …

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Kudos to the Supreme Court of Religious Freedom

The Supreme Court ruled 9-0 Thursday that Philadelphia cannot tell a Catholic employment agency to violate its faith as a condition of its city contract – a victory for religious freedom. Yet, as Judge Samuel Alito writes in a 77-page article heart cry Okay, the faithful are no longer due …

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Catholic priest Father Ribeiro dies

By Léopold Munhende / Agencies HÉRO ROMANQUE Roman Catholic priest, Father Emmanuel Ribeiro has passed away. Government spokesman Nick Mangwana confirmed the death by declaring Father Ribeiro on Thursday morning at St. Anne’s Hospital in Harare. “It is sad to learn that Father Emmanuel Ribeiro passed away in the early …

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Latest Update 2021: Global Dishwasher Detergents Market By COVID-19 Impact Analysis By Market Research Store – KSU

Global dishwashing detergents market key players, business approaches and geographic analysis in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic The report on “Dishwasher Detergents Market Published By Market Research Store Overview By Major Industry Manufacturers, Trends, Industry Growth, Size, Analysis and Forecast to 2028”, the report contains more than 150 PDF …

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A large crowd attends a picnic at City Park

20 years ago – 2001 Shannon Foote joins Times Shannon Foote, a longtime Priest River resident, has joined the staff of the Priest River Times as an advertising representative. She graduated from LCSC at Lewiston in 1995 with an Associate Degree in Applied Science in Accounting. 30 years ago – …

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Boy Scouts honor Ross, Rose posthumously | New

MURRAY – The Distinguished Citizen Award presented by the Murray Area Friends of Scouting recognizes community leaders who have provided exceptional service to adults and / or youth in the Murray-Calloway County community. They don’t have to be associated with the Boy Scouts. They need only illustrate the principles on …

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Senator Grassley Supports Biparty Resolution Encouraging Dairy Consumption and Recognizing Dairy Farmers – Mix 94.7 KMCH

WASHINGTON – Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) today joined Senators Roger Marshall, MD (R-Kan.), Kirsten Gillibrand (DN.Y.) and 13 colleagues to present a bipartite resolution in support of the designation of June 2021 as “National Dairy Month”. The resolution seeks to recognize the important role dairy products play in healthy diets …

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Christ Church – Catholic Telegraph

The following is an excerpt from A Bicentennial History of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati: The Catholic Church in Southwest Ohio, 1821-2021 by Fr. David J. Endres. A group of four German Catholic families arrived in Cincinnati in 1817 as part of a coordinated migration. It was perhaps only coincidence that …

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Who is Waylon Payne? 5 things you should know

In 2020, singer-songwriter Waylon Payne released his long-awaited second album, Blue Eyes, Prostitute, Queer, Pusher & Me – a 16-year project in the making. His first album, The Vagabond, arrived in 2004. A collection full of intimate, incisive lyrics and poignant personal stories, set on vibrant guitar playing, Payne’s album …

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Rita M. Renkola | Obituary

Rita M. Renkola, 88, of Gladwin, died at Beaumont Hospital in Troy, MI on May 19, 2021 following a brief hospital stay. She was born on November 4, 1932 in Melvindale, MI. She married her high school sweetheart, Wayne V. Renkola (deceased 2008) 71 years ago. Also survived by a …

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City council approves certain road safety articles

Mountain Brook City Council, at its regular meeting on June 14, adopted two points related to road safety, appointed a board of directors, approved a liquor license for a new restaurant in Crestline and accepted to pay the city’s annual deposit into the trust fund which provides health insurance for …

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