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  • Catholics rededicate themselves to justice in Red Mass on Thursday

    Catholics rededicate themselves to justice in Red Mass on Thursday
    Bishop John Noonan and the Catholic Diocese of Central Florida will honor judges, lawyers, other members of the legal profession in a Red Mass at 12:10 p.m.,  Thursday, Nov. 6, at St. James Cathedral 215 N. Orange Ave., Orlando. Red refers to the red...
  • Lehigh Valley food events include homemade halupkies, brewery tours

    Lehigh Valley food events include homemade halupkies, brewery tours
    HOMEMADE HALUPKIE SALE 1 Looking for some traditional, homemade halupkies? St. Stephen of Hungary Roman Catholic Church, 510 W Union St, Allentown, is taking orders through Sunday for its authentic stuffed cabbage halupkies, a Hungarian specialty....
  • Artist-wife Yumi Hogan strays 'outside of her normal comfort level'

    Artist-wife Yumi Hogan strays 'outside of her normal comfort level'
    The art studio in Yumi Hogan's Edgewater home, perched above water and surrounded by tall trees, is as serene as her nuanced ink paintings of dreamlike landscapes. Her delicate brushstrokes on traditional Korean paper seem at odds with the bruising,...
  • Week 11 football: Five can't-miss playoff games

    Week 11 football: Five can't-miss playoff games
    8A: Loyola at Stevenson When: 1 p.m. Saturday. Records: Loyola 8-2, Stevenson 10-0. TV: CSN Chicago. On the offensive: Stevenson receiver Cameron Green (609 yards receiving, 9 TDs) commands extra attention and quarterback Willie Bourbon (1,848...
  • Varsity scores: Nov. 5

    Boys golf State tournament Class 3A at Deer Island, Tavares, par 72 Team scores: 1. Lake Mary (LM), 295-294—589; 2. Boca Raton (BR), 296-298—594; 3. Tampa Plant (P), 302-296—598; 4. Lithia Newsome (N), 305-295—600; 5. West...
  • Catholics aren't the only guilty ones

    Catholics aren't the only guilty ones
    Turns out Catholic guilt is nothing special. A new study finds that guilt is prevalent in all religions: Protestant, Muslim, Jew. Even atheists feel as guilty as Catholics. Guilt is good, the researchers found. But shame is better. “Guilt is a...
  • Good deeds: Boy Scouts launching annual food drive

    Good deeds: Boy Scouts launching annual food drive
    As the cache of Halloween candy gives way to the bounty of Thanksgiving, followed by the confections of Christmas, area Boy Scouts say it's time once again to make sure everybody — especially children — has enough to eat. Boy and Cub Scouts...
  • Friday's 11/7 local schedule (updated Thursday PM)

    COLLEGES Men’s basketball Penn State Greater Allegheny Tipoff (in McKeesport, Pa.): Apprentice vs. Pitt-Titusville, 4 Kent State-Tuscarawas at Penn State Greater Allegheny, 8 Exhibition: California (Pa.) at VCU, 7 Women’s volleyball Delaware...
  • District 11 football stat leaders and tidbits to get you set for the playoffs

    District 11 football stat leaders and tidbits to get you set for the playoffs
    We appreciate the efforts of District 11 statistician Duke Helm who keeps crunching the numbers and letting us know about the records being shattered all across the district. No record set was more impressive than the all-time Stroudsburg rushing mark...
  • Cirilo Flores dies at 66; San Diego bishop battled cancer

    Cirilo Flores dies at 66; San Diego bishop battled cancer
    Cirilo Flores entered the priesthood at 43, but by his mid-60s was named to one of the most visible Catholic church posts in the United States. Flores, who for 10 years was a civil litigator for a law firm based in Beverly Hills, was named bishop of the...
  • Peninsula Catholic cross country teams have shot at triple crowns

    The Peninsula Catholic boys and girls cross country teams have the opportunity to capture triple crowns in the Virginia Independent Schools championships Friday in Orange. The Knights’ teams already have won the Virginia State Catholic and...