Monthly Archives: October 2021

Sindtanque-MG will not participate in any 1st demonstrations

The Federation of Carriers of Fuels and Derivatives of Minas Gerais (Sindtanque-MG) has indicated that it will not participate in the truckers’ strike scheduled for November 1. (Photo: National Transport Command) The Federation of Transporters of Fuels and Petroleum Derivatives of the State of Minas Gerais (Sindtanque-MG), announced on Friday …

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The witness of the mafia martyrs | Raymond J. de Souza

The archdiocese of Catania, the second largest city in Sicily, banned for three years godparents at baptism and godfathers at confirmation. Other Sicilian dioceses are planning similar steps. “In the land of the godfather comes a ban on them” was the appropriate title in The New York Times. The archdiocese …

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Jackson’s Episcopal Church closes after 15 years

A local church is closing its doors after 15 years of service to the community. Robbie Vance is St. Alexis Episcopal Church. He said he still remembers when former priest Chuck Culpepper asked him to fill the role in January 2019. “He did say you know if something should happen …

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Charleston Church Adapts Annual Dinner For COVID Times

CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) – On Sunday, St. George’s Orthodox Cathedral offered the community its annual Middle Eastern cuisine. Behind their food hides a special story. In years past, the typical Greek dinner was served seated and in person at St. George Orthodox, but the pandemic has created the necessary changes. …

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RELIGION NOTES October 23-31 – Climate Change: “Why We Need to Care and What We Can Say,” in First-Plymouth, October 28; Donations needed for the collection of “A Warmer Day” coats and disaster assistance clean-up buckets at the First Presbyterian; Gifts of Love Needed at Citylight Church October 23 | Faith and values

Kick off Gifts of Love and fundraising at Citylight Church – 11 a.m.-2 p.m. 23 October. Drop off gifts of gifts to give to those in need during Christmas, 2820 O St. More information and Wish List Gifts of Love: cityimpact.org/cadeaux-d’amour. Bereavement support group at Saint-Marc Church – 1 p.m. …

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VATICAN – STATISTICS OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH – 2021

VATICAN – STATISTICS OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH – 2021 Vatican City (Agenzia Fides) – As every year, in view of the World Mission Day, which this year celebrates its 95th anniversary on Sunday, October 24, 2021, Agenzia Fides News offers some statistics chosen to give an overview of the ‘Missionary …

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George Mechler Obituary – The Daily Ardmoreite

Georges mechler Marietta – George James Mechler was born on Friday April 19, 1929 in Castroville, Texas, the son of Albert A Mechler Sr. and Clara Ehlinger Mechler. With the Lord on Monday, October 18, 2021 at her home near Marietta, Oklahoma at the age of 92 years, 5 months …

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Free Presbyterian Church Leader Says Denomination ‘Sorrows’ Over ‘Ecumenical’ Joint Church Service in Armagh for NI Centenary

The denomination, founded by Reverend Ian Paisley, is one of NI’s smaller churches, but has had a significant influence on business, especially through its overlapping membership in the DUP. Now the current moderator, Rev. John Armstrong, has made a detailed commentary on the service that will take place tomorrow. The …

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Treasure hunt | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo of Jim Muchlinski Tom Nomeland’s metal detector locates objects buried 30 cm or less below the ground. The efficiency of object extraction is important to get the most samples in a limited time. It is often possible to determine the type of object detected based on the sound emitted …

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A story of communion: we are all “unworthy”

Five years ago, before the fire that ravaged Notre Dame de Paris, I was traveling in France. One beautiful Sunday morning, I entered the cathedral to attend mass. The renowned beauty of Notre-Dame drew me into her sacred arms illuminated with jewels. Arrived early, I silently walked around the perimeter …

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Save the children God wants us to have

Mary Ann Sorrentino is a freelance columnist who writes from Cranston. Thirty-five years ago this newspaper and newspapers around the world reported my excommunication from the Catholic Church. This action stemmed from my role as executive director of Planned Parenthood of Rhode Island, providing contraceptive care since the 1930s, and …

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Christians welcome coup in Guinea …… | News and reports

In 63 years of independence, Guinea has had three presidents. Last month, the West African nation suffered its third coup. This time, says the local Christian minority, their French-speaking country might do it right. “Alpha Condé cannot come back,” said Etienne Leno, pastor of the Christian and Missionary Alliance (CMA). …

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Universal Basic Income, Green Policy and “Zero-COVID” Proposed at Vatican Conference on Europe | Catholic National Register

VATICAN CITY – The Vatican this week hosted a conference that brought together a number of politicians, business leaders and economists, many of whom are diametrically opposed to the teaching of the Church, to propose ” comprehensive solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic and the climate crisis ”. The organizers of …

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Plenary task: “Reveal the face of Christ”

Archbishop Peter Comensoli in today’s Mass for Australia’s Fifth Plenary Council said the Council’s task is to reveal the face of Christ – a face that blends cultures, languages, ethnicities and stories. The Archbishop of Melbourne celebrated mass on the last full day of the Council’s first general assembly, which …

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Blanche Emelda Wenner O’Reilly | Obituary

Family and friends are informed of the death of Blanche Emelda Wenner O’Reilly, daughter of the late Joseph Wenner and Virginia McClean, on September 19, 2021. She was predeceased by her husband, Alaric G. “Kelly” O’Reilly Sr.; brothers, Cyril and Cecil Wenner; sisters, Judith, Evis and Lyra Wenner, Ruth Wenner …

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Two complicated projects to implement – Times News Online

Posted on 05 October 2021 at 13:33 Approvals from the Bethlehem Historic Conservation Commission pushed forward two complicated projects during the commission’s in-person meeting, but obscured the September 20 meeting. Architect Michael Metzger represented the ambitious project at 30-32 E. Third St. Previous phases of the rehabilitation of the Goodman …

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Priest mourns devotee hospitalized with ivermectin

(AP archive photo) SINGAPORE – The parish priest of the Church of the Risen Christ on Monday evening (October 4) said he was saddened by reports that one of the church’s worshipers had been hospitalized after consuming ivermectin, a antiparasitic drug to prevent infection with COVID-19, and warned against the …

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Pope Francis: Do not confuse utility and happiness

Pope hosts lunch for the homeless in Vatican – June 2020 Source: Vatican News The Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences is organizing a meeting from October 3 to 4 entitled: “Caritas, social friendship and the end of poverty: science and ethics of happiness”. The event opened today with a message …

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