#iGiveCatholic surpasses fundraising goals in Atlanta

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Photo By Michael AlexanderNancy Coveny, executive director of The Catholic Foundation of North Georgia, provided information and encouragement at the Sept. 27 kickoff for the #iGiveCatholic campaign. Atlanta By ANDREW NELSON, Staff Writer | Published December 7, 2017 Facebook Twitter Google+ ATLANTA—In the inaugural #iGiveCatholic campaign in the Atlanta Archdiocese, donors contributed $292,115 to ministries, Read More

Naples, FL Singer Songwriter Teams Up with Award-Winning Producer

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Singer songwriter Gianna Minichiello of Naples, Florida has teamed up with Tony Catania, an award-winning producer. NAPLES, FL, UNITED STATES, December 7, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — At only 17 years of age, Gianna Minichiello is quite the accomplished singer and songwriter. With her acoustic guitar in tow, she frequents many local establishments to perform and even Read More

Martin Dorville Re-elected Chamber of Commerce Prez

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Share This PRESS RELEASE – THE St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture held its 133rd Annual General Meeting on November 29 where Martin Dorville of Massy Stores St. Lucia was re-elected President. Chamber President, Martin Dorville Along with Dorville, other members of the Chamber Board were elected. In a very smooth transition the Read More

Awards ceremony celebrates the unsung heroes of life in Leeds

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They regularly give up their time to help others without expectation of recognition or reward. But, this evening, some of the countless unsung heroes of Leeds took a well-deserved place in the spotlight. Musical entertainment at the ceremony. The setting was Leeds Civic Hall and the event was Leeds’s first ever Compassionate City Awards, staged Read More

Pacers avoiding losses that would ‘come back and bite them in the butt’

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CLOSE Pacers coach Nate McMillan talks Oladipo, Pacers strong second half. Matt Kryger/IndyStar Indiana Pacers forward Thaddeus Young (21) puts up a shot over Chicago Bulls forward Bobby Portis (5) in the first half of their game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse Wednesday, Dec 6, 2017.(Photo: Matt Kryger/IndyStar) INDIANAPOLIS –  Good NBA teams find a way Read More

Churches grow together for a good cause

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Mary Jo Wall (second from left) accepts a check from Julia Hidy of the proceeds from the 2017 “Come Grow With Us” project. This project is sponsored by St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church and Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and will help St. Vincent de Paul at St. Colman of Cloyne Catholic Church. Pictured with Wall and Read More

Shots For Tots benefit aspires to impact WB community in multiple ways

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Throughout its seven years of existence, a local toy drive and fundraiser has evolved from focusing on children in need during the holidays to helping youths pursue their passions year-round. The annual Shots For Tots benefit, now in its eighth year and organized by Wilkes-Barre native and community advocate Brittany Boote, is scheduled for 7 Read More

Boy beaten after seeing nuns ’embracing’

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Image caption Smyllum was a place of physical, emotional and mental torture, according to one witness A young boy was beaten “black and blue” after seeing two nuns in an embrace, an inquiry has heard. A man said he was six or seven when one of the nuns lashed out at him in a boiler-room Read More

UPDATE: Dominica, profiled in the “Telegraph,” an island in need

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Home»Home Page»UPDATE: Dominica, profiled in the “Telegraph,” an island in need Gail Finke 2017-12-07 Most buildings in Dominica are damaged destroyed. COURTESY PHOTO Editor’s note: Our October issue featured an article highlighting the twinning relationship between three parishes in the archdiocese with parishes in Dominica. Shortly after we went to press, the island was ravaged Read More

Raul Castro arrives in Antigua and Barbuda for Summit

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HAVANA, Cuba, Dec 7 (ACN) Cuban President Raul Castro arrived this morning in Antigua and Barbuda to attend the Sixth Cuba-Caribbean Community (Caricom) Summit and on an official visit. The Cuban leader was received at the V.C. Bird International Airport by the Prime Minister of the island-nation, Gaston Browne. Besides his official visit, and the Read More