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Carnaval in Encarnacion

I’d always thought that Carnaval was something that only happened in Rio de Janeiro but it seems it’s celebrated all across South America. I’m not sure if Carnaval celebrations predate the colonial invasions but with christianity they became a way to get all your sinning out of the way before the Catholic abstinence of Lent. […]

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Carnaval in Encarnacion

I’d always thought that Carnaval was something that only happened in Rio de Janeiro but it seems it’s celebrated all across South America. I’m not sure if Carnaval celebrations predate the colonial invasions but with christianity they became a way to get all your sinning out of the way before the Catholic abstinence of Lent. 1,065 more words

Travel

La llegada de un Dios salvaje

En 1995, los técnicos del Parque Nacional de Yellowstone decidieron reintroducir el lobo después de que, siete décadas antes, se capturase con trampa el último ejemplar. 999 more words

Homilia

LA ARMADURA DE DIOS (12/07/2015) Más de la Muerte Necesaria

Puntos amonestación y la Escritura son compartidos, en la actualidad, en la expiación, la muerte sacrificial y la resurrección de Jesucristo, y sus obras inacabadas de la salvación.  1,522 more words

Meditacion del Segundo Domingo de Adviento: Lucas 3,1-6

Segundo Domingo de Adviento

San Lucas Evangelista quería que su narración fuera lo más interesante posible para captar la atención y el interés de sus lectores; por eso adornó sus relatos con muchos detalles históricos. 352 more words

Reflexiones Biblica

Encarnacion to play for Jays in Game 2 despite sore hand

KANSAS CITY, Missouri – Toronto slugger Edwin Encarnacion returned to the Blue Jays’ lineup Saturday afternoon after being pulled from the opening game of the American League Championship Series due to a flareup of a recurring finger injury. 428 more words

Canada

Encarnacion and McRae Blossomed After Deals

Ideally, major league baseball trades are supposed to benefit both organizations.

In the long run, it usually works out that one team often seems to get the better end of the deal. 556 more words

Baseball History