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August 26 in history:

The 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution took effect on August 26th, 1920, giving American women the right to vote.

It’s the birthday of the first woman… 117 more words

Today In History

Pope Paul VI Has Died

Thus begins my new blog presenting the day-to-day happenings in the papacy of His Holiness, Pope John Paul I.

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I'm Coming Out Part 2: Endo-metri-what-now?

Endometriosis. If you don’t have it, you’ve probably never heard of it. If you do, you know it’s a confusing, painful, devastating disease. Here’s the medical definition: 2,003 more words

Pope Paul VI Enthusiastic About The Spirit of Novelty Within the Church

Reader, Jim Paton from Perth, submitted the following extract from the text of the General Audience of Pope Paul VI on 2nd July, 1969. It is not available in English on the Vatican website, but you can read the original text by clicking on the photo of Paul VI. 1,091 more words

On Liturgical Calendars

Sabbato infra Hebdomadam V post Octavam Pentecostes
Festum Sancti Vincentii a Paulo Confessoris (-1969)
19 July 2014

Today is the Saturday, the sabbath (sabbatum… 651 more words


Servant of God?

Known primarily as the patron of Christopher Columbus, Isabella I of Castile with her husband Ferdinand II of Aragon, are responsible for making possible the unification of Spain under their grandson Carlos I. 470 more words