Monthly Archives: November 2021

Manuel Garza obituary (2021) – Donna, Texas

Donna – Manuel H. Garza (Meme), 82, went to the Lord on Thursday, November 25, 2021 at his residence. Manuel is predeceased by his parents, Clemente Garza, Sr. and Aurora H. Garza; brothers, Jose Guadalupe Garza, Zacarias Garza, Clemente Garza, Jr .; sisters, Hydrangea “Tencha” Ramon, Victoria Avila, Maria Aurelia …

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Apply for an instant loan from Fintechs? Here are the key points to consider

New age fintechs are taking advantage of digital lending and making the process of getting loans faster and more convenient than traditional banks. They offer customized products to meet the requirements of borrowers. Instant Loan is one such product that a customer resorts to in an emergency. Instant loans can …

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Free Vacation Events in the Milwaukee Area

In the spirit of Christmas, we can all enjoy a little holiday cheer that doesn’t require admission to attend. Here’s a look at the free vacation events in the Milwaukee area for December: City of Festivals Symphony: Holiday Pajama Jamboree, December 1st. Bring a non-perishable food donation for the Milwaukee …

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Church is not as engaged in economic pastoral work 35 years later, panelists say – Catholic Philly

By Mark Pattison • Catholic News Service • Posted on November 29, 2021 WASHINGTON (CNS) – The American bishops’ pastoral letter “Economic Justice for All” turned 35 in November, but some panelists said at a November 22 forum to mark the anniversary of pastoral, its publication seems much older. “These …

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Suit accuses Louisville priest of pocketing church donations

Parishioners in Kentucky have accused a Catholic priest of converting church funds for his personal use. Current and former parish council members at St. John Vianney Catholic Church in Louisville have filed a civil lawsuit in Jefferson County against Reverend Anthony Ngo, media reported. The lawsuit accuses Ngo of violating …

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Real authority | National Catholic journalist

“Let us walk in the light of the Lord! (Isa 2: 5). Isa 2: 5; Matthew 8: 5-11 Today’s readings contain two very familiar phrases. The first is from Isaiah 2: 4: “They will turn their swords into plowshares and their spears into secateurs. It is part of an inscription …

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Obituary of Anthony Piantoni (1928 – 2021) – Wilmington, DE

Anthony Felix Piantoni, 93, of Wilmington, Delaware, passed away peacefully on Monday, November 22, 2021.Anthony was a native of Delaware, born in Wilmington on June 13, 1928, the son of the late Battista and Maddalena (Marta) Piantoni. He attended Bancroft Middle School, Wilmington High School and Beacom College. Anthony has …

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Israel to ban entry of foreigners from all countries on omicron

How Zayed Award for Human Fraternity Amplifies Open-Minded Voices of All Religions and Cultures DUBAI: Pope Francis, head of the Roman Catholic Church, delivered a message of hope and tolerance during a recent meeting in the Vatican with the selection committee for the Zayed Prize for Human Fraternity 2022. “We …

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Italy and France sign “historic” treaty

Published on: 11/26/2021 – 11:34Amended: 11/26/2021 – 11:33 Rome (AFP) – France and Italy on Friday drew a line on recent tensions and signed a new treaty to formalize their relations, against the backdrop of a changing European Union. French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi put …

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Church Times Readers’ Books of the Year

Andrew Rumsey One Two Three Four: The Beatles in Time by Craig Brown (Fourth Estate, £ 9.99 (£ 8.99); 978-0-00-834003-2) DISCOVERING new Beatles stories isn’t easy, given how intensely their cultural groove has been carved out by writers over the years. Craig Brown succeeds by adopting a format that both …

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