Middle Ages

On “Crazy Sorrow” by Vince Passaro

VINCE PASSARO’s latest novel, Mad grief, tells the story of two New Yorkers, aged 20 to 60. Their lives intertwine as do the members of lovers, and for this particular couple, sex is a constant. What is also a constant in George and Anna’s relationship is the World Trade Center: …

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It’s time to branch out: buy fake Christmas trees this year

By Lauren Combs | Journalist There’s no denying that real Christmas trees have the best aesthetics – whether it’s picking them out on the farm, driving them to your house on the roof of your car, smelling the evergreen scent in your home. . Still, are the aesthetics worth the …

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Echoes. Communion in hand or in tongue ?. Posted on 12/01/21

Photo CNS / Andrew Biraj, Catholic Standard Questions corner Communion in hand or in tongue? Father Kenneth Doyle Wednesday December 1, 2021Faith Help us extend our reach! Please share this article on social media In 1969, the document of the Church “Memoriale Domini” underlined the decision of Pope Paul VI …

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Ongoing Christmas activities in Glencairn

BRYN ATHYN – The Glencairn Museum will once again shine with color and light during the Christmas season, offering visitors an array of ways in person and online to celebrate this sacred time of year. Visitors of all ages are invited to explore the annual World Nativities exhibit and this …

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10 horror movies inspired by mythology

Horror has always been a polarizing genre in the film industry, but there has been a greater push towards “high horror” and genre films that aspire to something more complex. Horror is such a rewarding and versatile genre of storytelling because there are so many different approaches to these terrifying …

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Avi Benlolo: Remembering the troubled but rich history of Jews in Arab countries

Breadcrumb Links NP Comment Israel prepares to mark annual memorial day commemorating expulsion of Jews from Arab countries and Iran Author of the article: Avi Benlolo An Israeli flag flies at a checkpoint on the Israeli-Egyptian border in a file photo. November 30 is an official commemorative day in Israel …

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Harvey from Battle Creek is the happiest boy in need of a home

Harvey has a wonderful smile. Imagine the smile he will have when he finds his forever home. Meet the sweet Harvey. He has a smile that could light up the room. Harvey is just over 7 months old. Unlike many kittens, this boy loves to be held. Harvey loves attention …

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Folger’s Holiday Shows Return to Live Performances!

Folger Consort, the early music ensemble in residence at the Folger Shakespeare Library, will host seven holiday-themed concerts from Friday December 10, 2021 to Saturday December 18, 2021. A video recording of the program will also be made available for purchase for streaming on demand via Folger’s website. Performances will …

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Biden and the History of the Exclusion of Catholics from Communion

Joe Biden speaks at a worship event at AME Brown Chapel Church on March 1, 2020, in Selma, Alabama. Photo: Joe Raedle / Getty Images For many Biden-loving Democrats, and probably for most non-Catholics, the idea of ​​denying Communion to the second Catholic President of the United States probably seemed …

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Remember Jesus’ call for love and compassion … | Chroniclers

In the Middle Ages, when the Austrians, along with the Habsburg Emperors, dominated their neighboring Switzerland, even subjecting them to humiliation and discrimination, a local man, known for his physical strength, climbing ability and skill. shooting with a crossbow, wandered around the town of Altorf with his son. He did …

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