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  • Time is not alien to God, Pope explains as he prays in the New Year
    Time is not alien to God, Pope explains as he prays in the New Year
    To celebrate both the vigil of the feast of the Mother of God on Wednesday, as well as to help "pray out the old year and pray in the new," Pope Francis celebrated solumn Vespers, or the evening prayer of the Liturgy of the Hours, for...
  • Cristian again
    Top score for March 30, 2014 challenge is Cristian
    This guy is consistently dominating this thing. Great work. I encourage you all to join in and get involved.Welcome to another daily challenge with the Seekers Of Truth Youth group. It is an adventure that makes normal everyday activities a...
  • Rome's future depends on its people, says Pope
    Rome's future depends on its people, says Pope
    In a special homily delivered at a service of Solumn Vespers on New Year's Eve for the Vigil of the feast of Mary, the Mother of God, celebrated yesterday, Pope Francis turned his attention in a special way to his role as the Bishop of Rome,...
  • Jazz to his praise
    It Happens Every Fourth Wednesday
    It is interesting to watch as cars arrive to what seemed like designated parking spaces; several persons walk across the street, and enter a building through a back door. There is a front door, where you are greeted and each handed a program....
  • The Vespertine book cover
    The Vespertine: a book review
    The Vespertine is the first novel in its series and is written by Saundra Mitchell.The year is 1889 and Amelia van den Broek is a slightly backwards country girl who has been sent to Baltimore to experience the city, and hopefully to find a...