Catholic School Secrets And Lies (Queens Chronicle)
There comes a point, often more than once, when long-standing organizations face a crisis. It happens with governments. It happens with businesses. And it is happening with the Catholic Church. The nature of the world is change, and the nature of institutions is, quite simply, not to change.
Critical Condition (RedNova)
African Americans overcame insurmountable obstacles to defeat the racist Jim Crow system; now the fight for equal rights has turned to quality health care 2002 was not a good year for Natalie Webb.
National Catholic Reporter Classifieds (National Catholic Reporter)
Hundreds of jobs -- professional, administrative, clerical, ministerial and even some secular -- are filled through NCR Classifieds each year.
In journey of grace, Perseverance ends (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
Perseverance Presbyterian Church, which constructed its first building in the 1850s on land donated by Milwaukee pioneer John Plankinton, will end more than a decade of striving to expand a dwindling congregation by holding a final worship service this month.
Lower Valley/East Side weekly calendar (El Paso Times)
All calendar items are in El Paso unless otherwise stated. Alcoholics Anonymous, call for details. 562-4081, (505) 589-1058, 757-3327, 595-9940, and 838-6264 (Spanish).
Happenings (Times Herald)
Variety show, silent celebrity auction and AIDs quilt display will be presented by North Pen School District students as part of an annual Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS benefit, 7 to 9:30 p.m. at North Penn High School, Valley Forge Road, Lansdale. Donation: $5 per ticket minimum.
Ex-Raider seeks different kind of glory off gridiron (San Jose Mercury News)
DUBLIN, Calif. - (KRT) - Number 26 is carrying the rock for the Big Man now. Not so long ago, Napoleon Kaufman was an Oakland Raiders running back. But the world of Hail Mary passes has given way to one of Hallelujahs, as Kaufman, now pastor of the Well Church, speaks the word of the Lord.
- ARTICLE - (Almaguin News)
SUNDRIDGE: An 11-year-old boy â€” a Near North District School Board student â€” continues to have to make his own way down a two-kilometre stretch of lonely roadway in the countryside, on the outskirts of Sundridge, in order to get to school in South River.
Centraide ends 30-year funding deal with Montreal federation (Canadian Jewish News)
FEDERATION CJA will not receive the approximately $1-million allocation it has been receiving in recent years from Centraide of Greater Montreal this June, because Centraide s board of directors decided to terminate a 30-year agreement on funding.
Irish prime minister pressures the IRA (World Peace Herald)
DUBLIN, Ireland -- A furious Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern increased his public pressure on Sinn Fein and the Irish Republican Army Tuesday, insisting the IRA clean up criminality among its members and supporters following the slaying of a Belfast truck driver.