December 23, 2009

Catholic Charities helps house low-income seniors

Betty Wilson was on a waiting list for more than four years to get into a Catholic Charities’ low-income housing unit. The 79-year-old widow finally secured a spot this summer at Friendship Village, a newly opened, 63-unit, low-income senior apartment complex operated by Catholic Charities.
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Demand for papal Christmas Eve Mass tickets exceeds supply

VATICAN CITY – Tickets for Christmas Eve Mass with Pope Benedict XVI were in high demand and short supply this year.
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Of d’ohs and doughnuts: Vatican newspaper discusses Simpsons’ theology

VATICAN CITY - People either love or hate the TV cartoon series, “The Simpsons,” but there’s no doubt the 20-year-old series reflects very modern notions - and confusion - about religion and spirituality, the Vatican newspaper said.
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