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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Mary Ellen Sullivan | Obituary

PONTIAC – Mary Ellen Sullivan, 93, of Pontiac, formerly of Odell, died on November 23, 2021 at the Evenglow Lodge Health Center in Pontiac, Illinois. Mass will be held at 10:30 am on Monday, November 29, 2021, at St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Odell, with Father Haake as celebrant. Interment …

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Madeleine Cathedral celebrates with new Notre-Dame de Guadalupe clothing

Friday November 26, 2021 Intermountain Catholic + Expand The new clothes of Our Lady of Guadalupe at the Cathedral of the Madeleine feature the image of Our Lady and the roses. Photo IC / Linda Petersen By Linda Petersen Intermountain Catholic Salt Lake City – The Hispanic community at the …

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Broad support for physician-assisted dying ahead of controversial bill passed

Resolve director Jim Reed said the results showed voters “are at the very least giving Perrottet a fair chance to prove himself before passing judgment.” “He does not yet have the familiarity or reputation of Berejiklian, but he has maintained his lead in votes for the past two months and …

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Mangaluru: Sacrament of Confirmation at the Church of the Guardian Angel, Angelore

Press release Mangaluru, November 24: The celebration of the Sacrament of Confirmation took place on November 23, 2021 at Guardian Angel Church, Angelore at 5:00 p.m. Dr Peter Paul Saldanha, bishop of Mangalore, with Fr. William Menezes, parish priest and Fr. Lawrence Cutinha, deputy parish priest, concelebrated the Holy Confirmation …

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St. Paul’s Catholic Church incorporates the Squamish language into Masses

In an effort to decolonize the church, Catholic deacon Rennie Nahanee holds masses at Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Sníchim St. Paul’s Indian Church is on the road to integration, merging Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Sníchim (Squamish language) and traditional knowledge with Roman Catholic teachings and faith. Led by Elder Squamish and Catholic Deacon Rennie Nahanee, the …

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Gay Cathedral teacher wins appeal in case against Archdiocese of Indy

A homosexual teacher fired from Cathedral High School will have his day in court – once again. The Indiana Court of Appeals on Tuesday ruled that a Marion County superior court erred in dismissing Joshua Payne-Elliott’s lawsuit against the Archdiocese of Indianapolis and overturned the decision, returning the case in …

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Former South Korean military dictator Chun Doo-hwan dies at 90

SEOUL (Reuters) – Former South Korean President Chun Doo-hwan, whose iron-fisted rule over the country following a 1979 military coup sparked massive protests for democracy, died on Tuesday at the age of 90, his former press secretary said. Chun suffered from multiple myeloma, a cancer of the blood in remission, …

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86-year-old Queens priest dismissed over credible allegations of child sexual abuse

Rev. Peter Mahoney (Photo: Church of St. Charles Borromeo) November 22, 2021 By Christian Murray An 86-year-old priest was removed from his post following an investigation by the Diocese of Brooklyn which determined that a pedophilia complaint against him dating back to the 1970s was credible. Reverend Peter Mahoney, who …

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New Director of Archdiocesan Worship Office Hopes to Help People Understand “Liturgy Is Not Just Mass” – Catholic Standard

Timothy Johnston, former editor and training consultant at Liturgy Training Publications (LTP) of the Archdiocese of Chicago, has been appointed the new director of the office of worship for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington. He took office on November 8 and describes his new job as “primarily advising the …

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It happened here: Yakima Valley mourns the death of John F. Kennedy | Pass

The gunshots that rang out in Dealey Plaza in Dallas 58 years ago today have reverberated across the country, including Yakima. Residents of Yakima County, like their counterparts across the country, were shocked by the news that President John F. Kennedy was assassinated as he was riding in a motorcade …

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Human rights begin in the womb

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Editor’s Note: The following column first appeared in Catholic New York – America’s largest Catholic newspaper. Everyone seems to bemoan the division in our society today – in politics, culture, schools, even within our beloved Church. One thing that seems to unite …

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NJ Penn State student remembered as ‘sunshine’ at funeral

Family and friends gathered on Saturday to remember the short, beautiful life of Justine Gross, the Summit High School graduate whose bizarre death in a garbage chute at Penn State last week has become both a mystery. and a test of faith for many who knew her. . St. Theresa’s …

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Here is the story of the birth of the feast of Christ the King in Cincinnati – Catholic Telegraph

Denver Newsroom, November 20, 2021 / 13:47 pm The solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, celebrated this year on November 21, is also called Feast of Christ the King, Sunday of Christ the King or Sunday of the Reign of Christ. While the concept of Jesus …

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These historic European bell towers make us wish we could visit them all

The bell towers evoke an era in history that many travelers don’t even realize they’re nostalgic for, and they’re worth a visit in Europe. The idea of ​​ringing church bells, intricately designed cathedrals and bustling European cities makes many of us want to travel again. Bell towers have adorned countless …

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EESC Connecting EU seminar on health, social Europe and democracy is a great success in Lisbon

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) hopes that its seminar, which focused on some of the most pressing issues facing Europeans today, will encourage citizens to share their ideas and concerns about space by line of the Conference on the Future of Europe, which will make it a genuine …

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Catholic Church Must Be Prepared If “Roe” Is Overthrown | Catholic National Register

BALTIMORE, Md. – The Catholic Church must be ready to act if Roe vs. Wade, the Supreme Court case that legalized abortion nationwide, is set aside, said the new chair of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Pro-Life Activities Committee. “Yes Roe deer is overturned, the question, as I understand …

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Catholic Church in Italy organizes the first national day of prayer for victims of abuse | Catholic National Register

The initiative follows Pope Francis’ 2016 invitation to bishops around the world to establish a day of prayer for people who are victims of sexual abuse. The Catholic Church in Italy held its first national day of prayer for victims and survivors of sexual abuse on Thursday. Archbishop Lorenzo Ghizzoni …

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Economic crisis “could fuel extremism in Afghanistan”

Afghanistan’s deep economic crisis threatens to increase the “risk of extremism” in the region, a senior UN official has warned. The war-ravaged country stands on the brink of humanitarian catastrophe as foreign assets and monetary aid remain frozen after the Taliban returned to power in August. UN envoy to Afghanistan …

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Income Tax Raids in Haryana, Delhi for Instant Loans Via App: The Tribune India

New Delhi, November 17 The Income Tax Department today conducted search and seizure operations in Delhi and Haryana in the case of a fintech company offering instant short-term personal loans through a mobile app. The searches were carried out on commercial and residential premises in Delhi and Gurugram. During the …

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A chaste marriage, four children and the Catholic Church

I was 26 years old and I was getting married when I learned about the arrangement between my parents. Mom came to live with me and my new wife, and we got stuck inside during an ice storm. Over the endless weekend, my mother, probably in a moment of candor …

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The Catholic Church finally apologizes

The Roman Catholic Church responds to renewed criticism after it was revealed that the Church had succeeded in avoiding numerous commitments to pay residential school survivors under the 2005 Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement (IRSSA ). This deal, in which the federal government offered a formal apology and compensation to …

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Irish dioceses will be merged under a single bishop to “rationalize” the Catholic hierarchy

Pope Francis has announced his intention to reorganize the Catholic Dioceses of Clonfert and Galway, Kilmacduagh and Kilfenora into a union under one bishop, in a new start for the Irish Church. he movement seems to aim to rationalize the Irish hierarchy without depriving any city of its cathedral. It …

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Opioid epidemic challenges even the most resilient communities

Small towns faced it all and overcame all kinds of struggles, until the opioid epidemic set in. I grew up in a wonderful town called St Marys, Pennsylvania. St Marys was founded in 1842 as a German Catholic colony by hardy people who left Germany to escape religious persecution. They …

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A priest is seated on a bed, pants off, legs apart. “What do you do when you think of girls? ” he asks

Everything in the room is white, including a white crucifix on a white wall. A holy man is seated on the corner of a bed, pants off, legs spread. “You have to confess everything,” he said, grabbing a young boy’s arm to pull him closer to him. “The Catholic Church …

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Amid black exodus, young Catholics push church to fight racism

(RNS) – Byron Wratee remembers the silence of White Catholic priests after the murder of Trayvon Martin. Since then, he said, he has made the conscious decision to only attend predominantly black Catholic parishes. He remained critical of the church’s response to racism and racial justice following numerous murders of …

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Celebrate the Winter Holidays with Classical Music in New Jersey

Here’s a schedule of some of the classic vacation-related music events scheduled across New Jersey through January 1. (Note: Unconventional music events are listed in a separate article.) for calendar useCourtesy of Masterworks Chorale NOVEMBER 28 Chester Baroque Orchestra, Free Christmas concert with works by Corelli, Torelli, Manfredini, Vivaldi and …

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Thank Biden for his service

Let’s see if I understood correctly: 5.8 million jobs were added to the economy this year, including 531,000 last month. Unemployment fell to 4.6%. COVID-19 vaccinations for American children are underway; around 28 million children aged 5 to 11 can be protected. Meanwhile, the 90-day average of cases and deaths …

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Remembrance Day Events in Greater Victoria

Remembrance Illuminated 2021. Christ Church Cathedral and the Canadian Scottish Regimental Museum celebrate Remembrance Week 2021 with the third annual presentation of Remembrance Illuminated. Souvenir illuminated 2021. Christ Church Cathedral and the Canadian Scottish Regimental Museum celebrate Remembrance Week 2021 with the third annual presentation of Illuminated memory. An eight-minute …

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The week in Russia: on the offensive

Welcome to the week in Russia. I am Steve Gutterman, editor of the Russia Desk at RFE / RL. Every Friday I dissect the main developments in Russian politics and society over the past week and look at what lies ahead. Subscribe here. The COVID-19 crisis in the country raged …

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Sri Lankan priest challenges summons following Easter bombings

Sri Lanka Supreme Court to Hear Fundamental Rights Application by Father Cyril Gamini to Prevent Possible Arrest for Raising Questions About State Intelligence Agents’ Involvement in Sunday Bombings Easter. Father Gamini was summoned by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) after a complaint from Major General Suresh Salley, director of the …

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SCOTUS allows trans man to sue Catholic hospital

Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 election in your district and across New York Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, and Neil Gorsuch urge the court to extend the free exercise clause by recognizing a general right of …

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Obituary: Sister Jean Little RSM

Sister Jean Petit RSM PORTLAND – Sister Jean Little RSM, (formerly Sister Mary Edwin), passed away peacefully at Sedgewood Commons on October 29, 2021. Born in Portland on December 13, 1938, Sister Jean was the daughter of Harold Edwin and Mary Catherine Mannette Petit. She attended St. Patrick’s Elementary School …

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India: terror of the reconversion campaign | CII

Father Rocky Shah – image © ACN Source: ACN Christians in central India’s Madhya Pradesh state are living in fear after radical Hindutva activists step up a campaign to retrain indigenous believers. Speaking to the Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need (ACN), Father Rocky Shah, public relations manager …

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Obituary of Antoinette Rodak (1925 – 2021) – Hadley, MA

ANTOINETTE RODAK HADLEY, MA – Antoinette B. “Jane” Rodak of Hadley, MA passed away peacefully at home on October 29, 2021 after prolonged illness. She was 96 years old. Born May 30, 1925 in Chicopee, Massachusetts to immigrant parents from southeastern Poland, Stanislaw and Katarzyna (Wisniowska) Brzezowski, Antoinette was the …

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