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At first sight, just another story of international mayhem and intrigue, with a mysterious ancient artifact thrown in for good measure. 565 more words

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Ann Widdecombe, Wild Thing

There is a potent chemistry when mixing political figures and the BBC’s Saturday evening show Strictly Come Dancing.

In 2008 John Sergeant, the man whom Margaret Thatcher famously ‘handbagged’ live in a news report, just as famously stomped and dragged his dance partner Kristina Rihanoff around the floor ‘like a sack of spuds’ in a paso doble. 1,731 more words

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Transition Continued ...

“True ecumenism goes beyond theological dialogue;
it touches our spiritual lives and our common witness.
As our dialogue has developed, many Catholics and Anglicans
have found in each other a love for Christ…
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College Catholic communities to attend World Youth Day 2016

By Emily Fedor and Kelli Kyle

*Originally published on Ithaca Week.*

The year is 2005. In a large field in Cologne, Germany, Pope Benedict XVI is preaching the word of God to thousands of young worshipers from all over the world. 781 more words

Emily Fedor

Tuesday October 20, 2015 Saved

“Your faith has saved you!” Mark 5:34, Mark 10:52, Luke 7:50
Did you ever stop and think about this sentence? The woman with the hemorrhage caused Jesus to feel the power go out from HIM. 357 more words

Turin. The 'Paris' of Italy

Turino is our first stop on our Food & Wine: Northern Italy and the Italian Riviera small group tour next May. We will be treated to a tour of this beautiful city and still have plenty of time to explore on our own. 733 more words


Catholic Church's Popularity Surges Among Democrats Following Pope Francis' Visit

Pope Francis’ American visit has earned him some new fans among some very unlikely groups of people, including liberals and non-Catholics, according to a Pew Research Center survey… 229 more words