Monthly Archives: October 2022

Anna Stoeckl Obituary – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Anna Stoeckl (née Roth), 90, of Lomira was called home to be with the Lord on October 21, 2022 at Lakewood Alzheimer’s Special Care Center in Brookfield. Anna was born on August 31, 1932 in Drenovci, Yugoslavia, to Stefan and Katharina Roth (née Brandelik). She immigrated to the United States …

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A Marshalltown native will perform with the SDSU Concert Choir | News, Sports, Jobs

BROOKINGS, SD — The South Dakota State University Concert Choir will kick off their fall tour, “All Creation Sings,” with 11 total performances beginning Sunday in Sioux Falls and culminating at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 4 with a home concert at the Oscar Larson Center for the Performing Arts. …

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Gay bishop, whose appointment split the church years ago, visits Falls Church

Comment this story Comment Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson stood before dozens of captivated listeners Saturday in a worship space at Falls Church to share his personal story as a member of the Episcopal Church. first openly gay bishop. It was the first time Robinson had visited the 300-year-old church after …

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Creston community honors deceased farmer as he completes harvest

Community means something different in Creston, according to John Baker, a 63-year-old farmer born and raised in the Union County town of about 7,500 people. When Baker’s older brother, Paul Baker, died last week aged 66 – five days after being diagnosed with cancer – the community of Creston didn’t …

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Obituary: Herman V. ‘Pete’ Tingle, 94, Bardstown

Herman V. “Pete” Tingle, 94, of Bardstown, passed away on Friday, October 28, 2022 at Signature of Bardstown. He was born on November 13, 1927 and grew up in Fairfield. HERMAN V. “PETE” TINGLE He retired from Buzick Lumber and Home Center, where he had worked for over 35 years. …

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What does the synod document say about women’s ordination, LGBTQ issues, and liturgy? – Catholic Telegraph

“Southern Africa is also affected by international trends of secularization, individualization and relativism. Issues such as Church teaching on abortion, contraception, female ordination, married clergy, celibacy, divorce and remarriage, Holy Communion, homosexuality, LGBTQIA+ have been raised in both rural and urban dioceses. There were of course differing views on this …

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Mark your calendars! International Eucharistic Congress scheduled for September 2024

The theme, taken from Matthew 23:8, comes from the full phrase: “You have one master, and you are all brothers”. Its context is Jesus’ warning to disciples to avoid taking titles to show that one is superior. Instead, he commands them to humble themselves to serve others. In March 2021, …

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Croatia: Explore UNESCO Heritage Sites in Croatia

4. Dubrovnik Old Town The history of Dubrovnik dates back to the 14th century. From that time until the abolition of the slave trade in 1418, it was a free city that governed itself. However, from 1382 to 1804 it remained a tributary of the Ottoman Empire, paying an annual …

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US Border Patrol Sends Migrants to Offices Without Notice

NEW YORK (AP) — When Wilfredo Molina arrived in the United States from his native Venezuela, he told border agents he wanted to go to Miami but didn’t have an address. They directed him to what he thought was a safe haven in midtown Manhattan, but turned out to be …

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Ecumenical relations between the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches

Recently, we joined the Catholic Church in celebrating 60 years of ecumenical journeying with other Christian churches. Today we look briefly at the inside story of the relationship between the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches. Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox were originally one church. Both claim the apostolic line of …

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Catholic Church teams up to help more than 4,000 migrants

New Grevic Alvarado 4 hours ago More than 500 migrants and refugees participated in the Refugee Day held in La Romine in recent weeks. – Grevic Alvarado The Catholic Church, through the Catholic Commission for Social Justice (CCJS) and the Archdiocesan Ministry for Migrants and Refugees (AMMR), has served over …

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Sustainable Packaging Market Size Sees Incredible Growth in 2030 – Sioux City Catholic Globe

Sustainable Packaging Market: By Material (Paper & Cardboard, Plastic, Metal & Glass), By Process (Recycled, Reusable & Degradable), By Function (Active, Molded Pulp & Alternative Fiber), By Application (Food & Beverage, Healthcare & Pharmaceutical, Chemical and Others), and By Region – Global industry sizing, growth, trend, opportunity and forecast (2021-2027) …

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Priests and laity in India boycott Vatican appointee

Ernakulam-Angamaly Archdiocese officials’ move may amount to ‘defying papal authority’ Lay people in the Archdiocese of Ernakulam-Angamly in the southern Indian state of Kerala pledge not to allow Arhcbihsop Andrews Thazhath, the Apostolic Administrator, to enter the house of the Archbishop, accusing him of deceiving the Vatican against their interest …

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Richard John Piper Obituary – The Beaver County Times

Richard J. Piper, 78, of Cocoa Beach Florida, formerly of Rome, New York, died Thursday, October 13, 2022, at Cape Canaveral Hospital, after a courageous battle with cancer. Richard was born in Ilion, NY on December 19, 1943, the son of Robert Piper and Frances Lacy Piper. He graduated from …

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Sewer overflow, bad roads cause inconvenience to pilgrims

Hyderabad: Thousands of pilgrims not only from Telangana but from various parts of India and other countries visit Jahangir Peer Dargah daily. The dargah, known as JP dargah, is managed by the Telangana State Wakf Board. Despite receiving huge donations, the concerned authorities failed to provide basic infrastructure near the …

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Global Commercial Aircraft Seating Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – The report offers a comprehensive and accurate research study on the Global commercial aircraft seat market while focusing primarily on current and historical market scenarios. Stakeholders, market players, investors, and other market participants can significantly benefit from the in-depth market analysis provided in the report. …

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Ukraine: Missionary priests hope to open healing center in Kyiv

As the war in Ukraine approaches its 9th month, Fr. Pavlo Vyshkovskyi, OMI, says people are increasingly traumatized and in need of both psychological and spiritual assistance. By Devin Watkins & Francesca Merlo “Many people need a deeper form of help, not only psychological but also spiritual, because only God …

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Catholic Nuns Build Church With Bitcoin – Bitcoin Magazine

This is an opinion editorial by Andy Flattery, a Certified Financial Planner. A careful observer of modern culture might aptly compare the world today to the Roman Empire of the 6th and 7th centuries. It was a period of cultural decline, where barbarian invasions destroyed cities, libraries, laws and even …

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Fermanagh cleric announced as new Dean of Canterbury

The new Dean of Canterbury will be a Fermanagh-born minister, the Very Reverend Dr David Monteith. It was announced this week that Her Late Majesty The Queen has approved the nomination of the Right Reverend Dr David Monteith, Dean of Leicester, for election as Dean of Canterbury. David grew up …

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Buenos Aires Weather | Argentina’s monetary mess sucks sales from Uruguayan malls

Uruguay’s biggest mall operator is seeing store sales hit by a currency crisis in neighboring Argentina that is fueling a rush of tourists across the border to take advantage of cheap dining and entertainment. Earlier this year, Carlos Lecueder, head of his family business Estudio Luis E. Lecueder, was optimistic …

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Meet the first Latina woman to become an ordained priest in the Episcopal Diocese of Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — As Hispanic Heritage Month draws to a close, a pioneer and priest loved by many like Mother Jessie isn’t slowing down anytime soon. The Church of the Crucifixion is a pillar in the heart of South Philly. Come Sunday morning, you never know what to expect behind …

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Barbara M. Petrosino, Ed.D., RN Obituary

Dr. Barbara M. Petrosino died on October 10, 2022 at her home in Longhorn Village in Austin, Texas. She was born to Mary and Alexander Petrosino in Brooklyn, New York on June 1, 1938. Both of her parents predeceased her. Dr. Petrosino graduated from Niagara University in New York with …

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Missionary Zeal at Home, Around the World

A recent Star Tribune article focused on Father Louis Hennepin’s role in chronicling the natural wonders of Minnesota in the late 17th century. What delighted me the most was that the article mentioned his motivation: a deep concern for souls. As adventurous by temperament as the hardiest of explorers, it …

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Providers push back against abortion critics: ‘This country would be in dire straits without Catholic health care’

Criticism of Catholic health care providers and allegations of inadequate care provided to pregnant women resurfaced in secular media in the months following the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health of the Supreme Court. This decision, released in June, overturned the 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade. Has Dobbs, who defers …

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5 Holy Spirit priests barred from church rituals for disobeying Bishop of Anambra – The Sun Nigeria

By David Onwuchekwa Nnewi The Bishop of Nnewi Diocese in Anambra State, Jonas Benson Okoye has called on five Spiritan priests from St. Martin of Tours to step down for an alleged act of insubordination. The priests concerned reportedly had problems with Bishop Okoye because of their residence in the …

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Saint Leo the Great – Arlington Catholic Herald

What is special about your parish? What is the charism of your parish? Saint-Léon le Grand is commonly referred to as “the great” parish by parishioners and clergy due to many attributes, including the quality of its liturgical and social services. Saint Leo brings the presence of Christ to Fairfax. …

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A call to appreciate the heritage of the Church

Image 1: Exterior – Our Lady of Fatim, Harlow. Picture 2, below. Slab of Vere Jesse Tree Window at Our Lady of Fatima Both images © Alex Ramsay Photography/CBCEW By reading and trying to understand the lessons of Laudato si’, I suspect that relatively few of us would ponder its …

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Election 2023: Prominent Catholic Bishop Sends Strong Message to Christians in Nigeria

Nigerians, especially Christians, urged to make wise choices in upcoming general elections The Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, Ignatius Kaigama, has called on voters not to be divided ahead of the 2023 elections Kaigama made the appeal on Sunday during a homily at St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church, Kugbo, Abuja …

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Reverend Samuel T. Lloyd III, longtime former rector of Trinity Church, dies at 72

An Episcopal priest for nearly four decades, including two terms as rector of Trinity Church in Boston, Reverend Lloyd guided parishioners through joys and sorrows, including the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and of the Boston Marathon bombings, which were so close he heard them while reading …

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US Catholics Firmly Believe in Angels, but Eucharistic Devotion Lagged | National Catholic Register

A new survey shows that Catholics are more likely to profess belief in guardian angels than belief in the Catholic doctrine of the Eucharist. The results are both a challenge and an opportunity to grow in faith, commentators say. “The closer you get to the angels, the more they will …

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Minnesota bishops emphasize ‘prenatal justice’ in November election

Noting the June 24 U.S. Supreme Court decision quashing Roe v. Wade of the 1973 High Court, which legalized abortion nationwide, the Minnesota bishops issued a statement calling on Catholics to make “how a candidate will work for prenatal justice a primary consideration.” when they entered the voting booth on …

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I go to monastery ‘under priestly obedience’: Controversial Nigerian priest

Prof. Mbaka also says in his Facebook post that he sees his trip to the monastery “as something that God is going to use as an instrument for more miracles, an instrument to save souls, instruments for the glory of God.” The Nigerian priest issues a call to prayer saying, …

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Hispanic Heritage Mass and Festival

Although cold, rainy weather moved the festivities indoors, it couldn’t dampen a celebration of Hispanic heritage and history Oct. 2 at St. Thomas More Cathedral in Arlington. The Mass was celebrated by Bishop Michael F. Burbidge, who expressed his gratitude for all the gifts and blessings the Hispanic community brings …

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The Lisbon Falls Psaltery Institute appeals to singers and offers music lessons

Director Leon Griesbach conducts the Psalterium Institute Chamber Choir in the chapel of the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, during evening prayer and a concert in Lewiston. Photo submitted Leon Griesbach, founder and director of the Psalterium Institute in Lisbon Falls, plans to provide educational opportunities for high school …

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How to help victims of Hurricane Ian in Cuba

In the week since Hurricane Ian made landfall in Cuba, flattening buildings and knocking out the island’s power grid, protests have erupted in the streets over persistent power outages, leading to a deterioration of food and further civil unrest. Cuban-born economist and American University faculty member Ricardo Torres Pérez said …

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Red Hill priest resigns from Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia

The Pastor of the Holy Monastery of Panagia Kamariani in Red Hill, Victoria, Fr Eleftherios (Papa Lefteris), has announced his resignation from the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia. Papa Lefteris made the announcement in front of a large crowd after the Divine Liturgy on Sunday, October 2. In a video …

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Jesus established a church, not a closed community

By: Unknown Centurion The modern Church has abandoned its missionary mission. It ignores or almost completely disobeys Christ’s final command and commission to go into all the world and make disciples (Matthew 28:19,20). The Church was to be and has long been an incredible and effective vehicle put in place …

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10 Historic Churches in Alabama from Every Denomination

According to a 2016 study by Pew Research Center, Alabama is tied with Mississippi for the most religious state in the country. By far the most popular religion in Alabama is Christianity, especially Evangelical Protestantism. Alabama is also home to a handful of other Christian denominations, including Catholics, traditional Protestants, …

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Independence Bishop’s Birthday Message

Resolving the ASUU strike “is a priority and ASUU and the government must change ground and avoid any arm-twisting techniques that only aggravate the situation,” he further said, adding, ” The government must find a way to solve this problem, because it is already very tragic that universities have remained …

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