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6 Things Single People Are Tired of Hearing
Last edited 14th August 2014

I will be 27 this fall and I'm single. I don't know about you who were or are single, but I have been told so many things because of my singleness, and it can wear a person down. Usually I just smile and say "thank you" or nod like I agree, but here's what I really think about all the well-meaning singleness comments.

I am not Depression
Last edited 12th August 2014

If you met me in high school and college you would see someone that had it all together. You would see someone actively involved in youth group, someone that did well in school, and a person that was well loved by friends and family. What you wouldn’t see is a person that sat up at night, writing journals about how worthless he was. You wouldn’t see someone that stopped looking at himself in the mirror because he only saw failure.

Vatican Newspaper Remembers Robin Williams
Last edited 12th August 2014

L'Osservatore Romano, the Vatican newspaper, published a brief Aug. 12 article on the death of Robin Williams, calling the comedian and actor an “unforgettable clown with a heart of gold.”


Actor Robin Williams Found Dead
Last edited 11th August 2014

US actor Robin Williams has been found dead, aged 63, in an apparent suicide, California police say. Williams was famous for films such as Good Morning Vietnam and Dead Poets Society and won an Oscar for his role in Good Will Hunting.


Indon Girl Found 10 years After Tsunami
Last edited 8th August 2014

An Indonesian girl swept away in the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami has been reunited with her parents 10 years after she was given up for dead, her mother says. Raudhatul Jannah was four when she and her brother were swept away by tsunami waters from her home in West Aceh district in Aceh province on December 26, 2004, now they have been reunited.

Catholic Religious Brother Dies of Ebola in Liberia
Last edited 5th August 2014

Saint Joseph’s Catholic Hospital and the Hospitaller Order of Saint John of God in Liberia have announced that a hospital director passed away Aug. 2 after contracting the Ebola virus.


R.I.P. Cardinal Edward Clancy, Former Archbishop of Sydney
Last edited 3rd August 2014

His Eminence Edward Bede Cardinal Clancy AC, the seventh Archbishop of Sydney passed away peacefully on Sunday 3 August in Sydney.


Calm in the Storm? Living with Anxiety
Last edited 30th July 2014

For those of you who experience anxiety, you are not alone. Anxiety is the most commonly diagnosed mental health issue. In the midst of anxiety or a panic attack it may feel like no one can understand what you are experiencing or that you are alone. Have great confidence that there are many others who have experienced what you are going through, there is help, and there is even hope.


Meriam Ibrahim Had No Idea She Was Going to Meet Pope Francis
Last edited 28th July 2014

Meriam Ibrahim had come to expect the unexpected. First she was thrown into prison on charges of apostasy. Then on May 15 she was sentenced to hang for the crime of abandoning Islam to become a Christian - even though she maintained she had never been a Muslim in the first place. She was released by Sudan’s supreme court on June 23, yet when she tried to leave the country three days later, she was detained once more - accused of forging her travel documents.


Meriam Meets Pope Francis after Arriving in Italy
Last edited 24th July 2014

Meriam Yahia Ibrahim Ishag and her family were received by the pontiff at his home for a 30-minute meeting in which he thanked her for her 'courageous testament of faith' and her 'tenacity', the Vatican said in a statement.


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