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Authorities Identify Suspect In Deadly Shooting Of Memphis Police Officer

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In the wake of the fatal shooting of a Memphis police officer, officials have released the alleged suspect’s identity, CNN reports. 223 more words


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Fraternity and Insurance: A Life-Changing Combination

Fraternal Benefits

One hundred and thirty three years ago, Father Michael J. McGivney worked to protect Catholic families.

Now, in 2015, Father McGivney’s mission has taken on several different shapes and services, including charitable works, evangelical missions or catechetical programs, and, of course, our insurance program. 721 more words


Youth Topics Newsletter | Newsletter| Alexandria Center for Children and Families

Youth Topics is a service of the Center for Children and Families, Department of Community and Human Services, City of Alexandria. It is produced by Jacqueline Coachman, DCHS Office of Youth Services. 8,803 more words


Wonderful Installation! Now Let's Get to Work!

Grand Knight’s Report for August 2015

My Dear Brother Knights,

I want to thank everyone who came out for the Installation of Council Officers. It was a great success and I suspect everyone had a good time. 156 more words


Americans with the Faith of Columbus

Chaplain’s Counsel for August 2015

Dear Brother Knights,

As Knights of Columbus, I sometimes wonder, do we give enough thought to our namesake?  At a time when there was much anti-Catholic and anti-immigrant bias, Father McGivney and the founders selected Christopher Columbus to emphasize patriotic fervor and Catholic identity.   537 more words


NEWS ROUNDUP: Nigerian Military Rescues 178 From Boko Haram, Legionnaires' Disease Kills 4 In NYC...AND MORE

According to reports, Nigerian military officials have rescued 178 people who were kidnapped by the Boko Haram Islamist militant group. The military released a statement on Sunday saying that 101 of those individuals, who were saved in northern Borno state, are women, and 67 are children. 385 more words