– Father Joncas honored for theological scholarship
– Basilica happy there will be no Vikings stadium near
– White Bear Lake couple among those still missing
– Seminarian instituted to the Ministry of Reader
– Communications manager named
– ‘Good leadership’ equals good merger
Christmas gift in Oak Grove
UST contest to engineer peace
Once I met a woman who had worked for years in fashion and modeling. Unsurprisingly, she was strikingly attractive. She was accompanied by her teenage daughter who, by contrast, was rather unremarkable to look at, maybe even a plain-Jane. After spending time with them, I began to sense that the mother, whose life had largely revolved around her appearance, seemed to look down on her daughter, perhaps unconsciously, because of her average appearance. Her daughter seemed aware of this lack of maternal acceptance, and seemed troubled and uncomfortable as she tried to compensate and please her mom in other ways.
• BSM student newspaper
• Tourney for teens
• KC scholarships
• New members in Malta
Cadet colonel named
Religious liberty concerns
Law dean to leave
Today we don’t attach a lot of symbolism to numbers. A few, mostly superstitious, remnants remain from former ages, such as seeing the number seven as lucky and the number 13 as unlucky. For the most part, for us, numbers are arbitrary.
Last month, an advisory committee of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta recommended that 9 to 12 year old boys be vaccinated against the human papillomavirus (HPV), a virus transmitted through sexual contact. The goal of the recommendations was to prevent cancers caused by HPV, such as certain cancers of the digestive tract.
Two books on local history
Give to the Max Day