Daily Archives: December 9, 2008

14-hour day a snapshot of an archbishop’s routine

Ever wonder what makes up the day of a bishop or archbishop? Sure, we have our ideas, but do we really know all that goes into the typical day of a diocesan leader? Wonder no more. In its current issue, … Continue reading

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Story highlights bishop’s membership in Facebook

The Arkansas Catholic has a story in its current edition about Little Rock Bishop Anthony B. Taylor’s membership in Facebook, where he has more than 800 “friends” on the social networking site. We’ve blogged here before about Facebook and how … Continue reading

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Jail sentences loom for four peace witnesses

Four peace witnesses were convicted of trespassing at Vandenberg Air Force Base in a Dec. 4 trial in U.S. District Court in Santa Barbara, Calif. Their crime: stepping two feet across a green line on a roadway limiting where protesters … Continue reading

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