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Obituary: Sister Jean Little RSM

[ad_1] 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 …

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Charleston Church Adapts Annual Dinner For COVID Times

[ad_1] 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 …

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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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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. …

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Treasure hunt | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] 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 …

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Plenary task: “Reveal the face of Christ”

[ad_1] 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, …

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Blanche Emelda Wenner O’Reilly | Obituary

[ad_1] 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 …

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Two complicated projects to implement – Times News Online

[ad_1] 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 …

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Bishop Thomas Donellan, founding pastor of the Catholic community of Saint-François-Xavier, dies at 91

[ad_1] Monsignor Thomas Donellan Jr. visits a parishioner from the Catholic Community of Saint-François-Xavier. (Courtesy of the Catholic Community of Saint-François-Xavier) Monsignor Thomas J. Donellan Jr., founding pastor of the Catholic community of St. Francis Xavier in Hunt Valley and a respected leader in pastoral planning in the Archdiocese of …

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Archon Isidoros Garifalakis appointed Archon Regional Commander for Pacific Northwest – Archon News Article

[ad_1] With the blessing of His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America, and in consultation with His Eminence Metropolitan Gerasimos of San Francisco, Dr. Anthony J. Limberakis, National Commander of the Order of St. Andrew the Apostle, appointed Archon Isidoros Garifalakis Regional Commander for the Order in the Pacific Northwest. His …

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Exeter Cathedral Service for John Coleridge Patteson

[ad_1] On Saturday September 18, a special service was held in Exeter Cathedral to mark the 150th anniversary of the death of the local vicar and bishop of the Solomon Islands, John Coleridge Patteson. As part of this service, students and their teacher from King’s School attended. Patteson himself attended …

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7 Russian fortresses that have not survived to this day

[ad_1] Google Maps would qualify these places as “permanently closed”. Sadly, many fortifications in Russia, even the most powerful, have not survived to this day. But they can still be seen in old prints, paintings and even photographs. 1. Kitai-gorod The Kitai-gorod, 1887 Public domain The Kremlin was not the …

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Patriarch of Constantinople visits Ukraine for independence

[ad_1] KYIV, Ukraine – The Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople has arrived in Ukraine to attend the festivities marking the 30th anniversary of his declaration of independence. On Saturday, Patriarch Batholome I and the head of the new Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Metropolitan Epiphanes I, together led a liturgy in St. Michael’s …

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Dr Laurel M. Quinn | Obituary

[ad_1] Dr. Laurel M. Quinn, 44 years old from Winona, passed away on Wednesday July 14, 2021 at Winona Health. Laurel Marie was born on October 10, 1976 in Saint Cloud, Minnesota, to James and Judith (Buehler) Vos. She graduated from St. Cloud Technical High School and received her undergraduate …

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DRC: Funeral program for Cardinal Monsengwo Pasinya.

[ad_1] The mortal remains of Cardinal Monsengwo will arrive in the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kinshasa, on Saturday July 17, 2021. Interment is scheduled for Wednesday July 21, 2021. Africa Service in English from Vatican News. Those in charge of the diocesan Curia of the Archdiocese of …

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New online exhibit takes viewers on a 3D tour of the Christian monuments of Nagorno-Karabakh – The Calvert Journal

[ad_1] Environmentalists grew increasingly concerned in the aftermath of the war after the Azerbaijani government began controversial renovations to Gazanchetsots Cathedral in Shushi. Azerbaijanis also began to promote the theory that Armenian churches were in fact Caucasian Albanian monuments appropriated by Armenians in the 19th century: an idea that has …

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Bishop of Negros is recovering from Covid

[ad_1] BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN The Bishop of San Carlos Gerardo Alminaza has resumed his ministry for the Roman Catholic Church after recovering from Covid-19. “Twenty-one days after testing positive for Covid-19, I am now negative,” said Alminaza, who presided over a mass at the San Carlos Borromeo Cathedral parish …

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Brandon churches vandalized with graffiti

[ad_1] WINNIPEG – The Brandon Police Department is investigating after two churches in the community were vandalized over the weekend. St. Matthews Anglican Cathedral and the First Presbyterian were both graffiti sprayed over the weekend, as were several vehicles in the area. “The vandalism was first reported on July 4, …

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Religious calendar

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Christ Church – Catholic Telegraph

[ad_1] 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 …

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