Daily Archives: May 4, 2007

Local horses have pulses racing

Kentucky Derby fever was racing through one local community because of a Derby horse named Dominican — as in the religious order — and another one named Sedgefield. The Record, the Louisville archdiocesan paper, reports that nuns at one local … Continue reading

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Omaha nuns help battle osteoporosis

The Catholic Voice in Omaha, Neb., reports on the 30 nuns who came to a reunion last month of participants in a Creighton University study on calcium intake and bone health. Now known as the Omaha Nun Study, the effort … Continue reading

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Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center collection continues

In the wake of the controversy in St. Louis over rock musician Sheryl Crow’s fundraising appearance for a Catholic hospital, the St. Louis Review clarified that a St. Louis archdiocesan Sunday collection for the hospital will still take place, though … Continue reading

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Thousands march for immigration reform

On a day when dozens of marches were held across the country for immigration reform, The Michigan Catholic covered Detroit’s rally. The paper’s story includes a link to the Michigan Catholic bishops’ statement on immigration reform issued only days earlier.

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‘Origins’ this week features Cardinal Levada on transforming the world, Asian indigenous peoples

Here’s the rundown on what’s in the latest edition of Origins: CNS Documentary Service: Does the hope for eternal life remove Christians from the world and time in which they live or compromise their commitment to build a better world … Continue reading

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