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Two local football stars go undrafted, still have a shot to make NFL teams

(NEWS10) – The 2016 NFL Draft has come to an end and Troy native Jordan Canzeri never heard his name called.

This is not the end of the world considering Canzeri has a shot to play in the National Football League. 120 more words

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The Sin of People-Pleasing

Not to us, Lord, not to us, but to your name give the glory for the sake of your love and your truth.—Psalm 115:1…

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How to Best Process Amoris Laetitia? As a Whole

Now that the dust stirred by publication of Pope Francis’ new document on marriage has started to settle, it’s time for assessments that avoid the overwrought tone of some early responses. 612 more words

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The Miracle of Baltimore’s Cathedral of Mary Our Queen

On the morning of February 7, 1904, Baltimore’s Great Fire demolished more than 1,500 buildings, leaving 35,000 people without work.

Thomas O’Neill was not one of them. 750 more words

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Browns make it clear that Cody Kessler will compete for starting job

When quarterback Robert Griffin III signed with the Browns, the Browns made it clear that Griffin would be handed nothing. He won’t even be handed the edge over third-round rookie quarterback Cody Kessler. 279 more words

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The Real "Sword in the Stone" Is in a Church in Italy

Thirty kilometers southwest of Siena, among the hills of Tuscany, are the ruins of an ancient Cistercian Gothic abbey. In one of the nearby chapels you will find one of the most remarkable relics of the Middle Ages: the sword of St. 613 more words

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Monmouth beats Siena men's lacrosse in overtime 14-13

LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. — Hunter Jones scored the game-tying man-up goal with 79 seconds remaining in regulation and Eric Berger netted the decisive tally 45 seconds into overtime as Monmouth captured the fourth and final MAAC Tournament berth with a 14-13 victory over Siena Lacrosse at Siena Turf Field. 519 more words

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