Another Martyr for the Faith in Turkey

Friday, June 4, 2010 \PM\.\Fri\.

Another violent death for a Catholic priest in Turkey.

Ora pro nobis.

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Sergeant York and Gary Cooper-Part I

Friday, June 4, 2010 \AM\.\Fri\.

In 1941 the film Sergeant York was released.  A biopic on the life of America’s greatest hero of WWI, it brought together two American originals:  Alvin C. York and the actor Gary Cooper.

York arrived in this world on December 3, 1887, the third of the eleven children of William and Mary York.  He was born into rural poverty.  Although both of his parents were quite hard-working, the Yorks lived in a two-room log cabin at a subsistence level.  None of the York children received more than nine-months education, as their labor was desperately needed to farm the few hard scrabble acres that the Yorks owned and to hunt for food to feed the large family.

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U.S. Involvement in The Great Game Realpolitiks in Gaza

Friday, June 4, 2010 \AM\.\Fri\.

With the news of Israel’s blockade of Gaza still hot all around the world because of the Israeli attack on the activist boats- I think it is important to look back and assess how we have got to this point of chaos, confusion and rage.

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