- $109,000 goes to Basilica
- DVD marks merger
- Praying for your enemies
Something happens to Jake Anderson when the leaves change colors in the fall. This year, it occurred while on retreat at Pacem in Terris retreat center near St. Francis earlier this month.
• League of Catholic Women
• Sacred Heart hits 100
• New senior affiliate
• Scholarships get a bump
As we left the military airfield of Cuatro Vientos near Madrid, after the final Mass of World Youth Day 2011, the effects of several days under an intense Castilian heat, standing for hours in crowed spaces, and a lack of sleep altogether, started to sink in. I was exhausted, yet an inexplicable sense of hope had overcome me.
Al partir del aeródromo de Cuatro Vientos, cerca de Madrid, terminada ya la Misa final de la Jornada Mundial de la Juventud 2011, los efectos de varios días de un intenso calor castellano, de permanecer de pie durante horas rodeada de multitudes y, en general, la falta de sueño, empezaron a notarse. Estaba agotada. Sin embargo, una inexplicable sensación de esperanza me embargaba.
In 2010 more than 300,000 children received free and reduced-price lunch
A recent news report chronicled a Chinese woman named Huang Yijun. Sixty years ago, her unborn child died, but the pregnancy was never expelled from her body. Instead, her baby’s body slowly began to calcify inside her, becoming a crystallized, stone-like mass. Such stone babies (known as lithopedions) are extremely rare.