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Nothing distinguished the papacy of Pope Benedict XVI so much as the way in which he is leaving. We should be grateful that he realizes his body is failing him — most people in power do not — and is abdicating. But let's not forget that it...
South Bend TribuneOh, how well I remember Catholic Schools week. How could I forget the Burger King booklets? Again this year, the schools have been doing some fun and serious events during the week. Last week I visited some of the Mishawaka and South Bend Catholic...
As I've written last week, for many faith comes easy. They believe the Bible, as one has said, "all the way from Generations to Revolutions!" (Genesis to Revelation, for those of you not familiar with the books of the Bible). Others, want to believe,...
Iris DeMent’s much-celebrated 2012 release, “Sing the Delta” (Flariella), marked the singer’s first album of new material in 16 years. But it was an album of old-timey gospel songs she essentially released for herself in 2004,...
Luck, as the saying goes, is when opportunity meets preparation. Opportunity, as I like to say, is when lucky people meet good professional networks. NFL coaching and management jobs are for the luckiest and most well-connected football minds, which...
Tribune staff reporterA few days ago, Joan Lefkow was walking down a Chicago street flanked by federal marshals when a panhandler walked up to her and said, "God bless you, Judge Lefkow." It has been nine months since U.S. District Judge Joan Humphrey Lefkow's name and face...
When one looks about and sees the erosions of the Advent message through the ever increasing secularization and commercialization of Christmas, all Christians have cause for deep concern. The great redemptive message of the humble birth of Jesus of...
On the surface, an effort to sculpt a long-term plan for how south Lake should grow looks as though its backers are doing all the right things. The area under discussion runs from State Road 50 in the north to U.S. Highway 192 in the south and from U.S....
Tags: Highway Transportation
The Hartford CourantThe world will definitely not come to an end on Dec. 21, 2012, regardless of the Mayan calendar. There's no planetary Rapture in the near future, despite the wishful thinking of an apocalyptic few. For at least another billion years, Earth will spin,...
Tags: Islam, Winter Solstice, NASA, Judaism, Cosmology
There goes Madonna, classing up the joint again. To show her support of Malala Yousafzai, the 14-year-old Pakistani girl shot and critically wounded by the Taliban because of her advocacy for girls' education, the Material Girl (a.k.a. Madge, Esther,...
Tags: Islam, Injuries and Wounds, Feminism, Madonna, Pakistan
Alimay Thompson Kendrick sits in her dining room and recalls the first meeting of a neighborhood club she joined in 1959. It was a garden club, composed of both men and women, all African-American, formed to represent the neighborhoods of Forest Park,...
Rodney and Renee Brooks live near 101st and Central Avenue in Watts, and it was in that house — a modest two-story, brown stucco cube — that they raised six extraordinary children. Jason is at Harvard, working on a PhD in education....
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