Daily Archives: July 28, 2009

Year for Priests: Saved by our own words

By Basilian Father Chris Valka One in a series Growing up, my father used to remind me to be careful what I said, “because all too often, our words come back to haunt us.” I am sure we have all … Continue reading

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Pope’s piano tuned, even if he can’t play for now

VATICAN CITY — The director of the papal villa at Castel Gandolfo told the Vatican newspaper that preparations are almost complete for the pope’s expected arrival tomorrow evening: bushes have been re-potted, trees have been trimmed, flowers have been planted, … Continue reading

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Father Desbois featured in National Geographic special on Nazi Europe

The crime was horrific: Go into a town, round up Jewish families, take them to a ditch and shoot them. The National Geographic Channel on cable will air “Hitler’s Hidden Holocaust” Aug. 2 at 10 p.m EDT/PDT and take viewers … Continue reading

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