November 6, 2017

Ooh la la! Let’s have French onion soup for dinner

We don't always have the time and money to slip away to a lovely French restaurant. So I decided to make French onion soup for dinner.
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His gaze never turns away from us

Being a humble servant is living out the wondrous, mystical reality that God's gaze never turns away from us.
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Book says nuns found John Paul I dead, could help on path to sainthood

Two women may hold the key to clearing up questions still surrounding the death of Pope John Paul I and to overcoming the first hurdle on his path to canonization.
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Masses highlight differences and connections between France and U.S.

As Archbishop William E. Lori and a small delegation visited this small northern French town in mid-October for a weekend of festivities, daily Masses highlighted the differences and the connections between France and the United States.
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Notre Dame Prep completes perfect field hockey season

Notre Dame Preparatory School capped a perfect 18-0 season in field hockey Nov. 5 with a 3-1 victory over Garrison Forest in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (IAAM) A Conference championship game at Stevenson University.
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USCCB president decries massive shooting at Texas Baptist church

The U.S. Catholic Church stands "in unity" with the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, and the larger community after a shooting during Sunday services took the lives of at least 26 people and injured at least 20 others.
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Teachers’ day off: A North Bay retreat

I went home feeling both relaxed and rejuvenated at the same time. I think a healthy dose of the outdoors does that to you and hold tight to my beliefs that God created our environment as a natural treatment of man-made stress.
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