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Custom revived: The Penistone Turton Dole

What makes England such a fascinating country is the survival of many odd customs and ceremonies and I find none so curious as the dole or charity.  678 more words

Calendar Customs Blog

A Day That Made My Heart Sing.

What a gorgeous day I had yesterday!  I slept in.  No work on a Monday is great!

I met up with my girlfriend and we went to see the beautiful… 458 more words

Life

Notre, Damn!

I’ve been fascinated by The Notre Dame since I was a child, mainly because of the Disney cartoon, (even though the story written by Victor Hugo was A LOT more depressing than the Disney version). 365 more words

The Rumors of Larry's Death Were Not Greatly Exaggerated (Part 9)

From the articles I have read, most of today’s authors follow fairly rigid disciplines whereby they begin writing by a set hour. Each has a certain amount of words they hope to write for the day. 326 more words

Christianity

MomentaryLightAfflictions.

For this light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison, as we look not to the things that are seen but to the things that are unseen. 785 more words

Christianity

Palm Cross

Yesterday was Palm Sunday, and there was a woman making these at church. I thought I would take a picture of one…

Photography

NOTRE DAME UNI CELEBRATES EASTER

Here some information for my Catholic friends around Fremantle about Notre Dame University Easter events.

On Thursday there will be “An hour of Eucharistic Adoration” in the Molloy Courtyard at 12.30 pm. 55 more words

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