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2014-05-12 23:10:53

Catherine Kennedy tells of communicating with relatives and friends who have passed over to the other side. Cupar, Fife, UK (PRWEB) May 12, 2014 The evidence for life after death is discussed by Catherine Kennedy in a new ebook, published by Amazon Kindle: Who Said No One Has Ever Come Back To Tell Us?: Evidence From The Other Side”. Catherine, who lives in the East Coast of Scotland, describes the many spiritual experiences that have convinced both her and her husband Antonio that...

2010-02-16 14:30:00

The putative skull of Saint Bridget (Birgitta) of Sweden that has been kept in a shrine in Vadstena Abbey is probably not authentic. A new study conducted at Uppsala University reveals that the two skulls, believed to be from Saint Bridget and her daughter Catherine (Katarina), is not from maternally related individuals. Furthermore, dating show that the skulls are not from the time period when Bridget and Catherine lived. The findings are published in the journal PLoS ONE. Vadstena parish...

2009-06-02 13:04:06

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has established a conservatorship for actor Peter Falk, who suffers from dementia, to be supervised by his wife, Shera. Falk's daughter Catherine had battled her step-mother in court for control of the 81-year-old film and TV star's healthcare and financial affairs. Catherine also accused Falk's wife of 30 years of barring her from seeing her father. Although Judge Aviva K. Bobb ruled in favor of Shera Monday, E! News said Bobb also ordered her to allow...

2009-05-29 10:02:24

Peter Falk's daughter and his wife of 30 years are fighting for conservatorship of the Hollywood icon, who suffers from dementia, court records show. Falk, 81, is best known for his roles in TV's Columbo, as well as for his work in films like Murder Inc., Pocketful of Miracles, Robin and the 7 Hoods, The Great Race and The Princess Bride. The Los Angeles Times said his daughter, Catherine Falk, is fighting her stepmother, Shera, in court for legal control of the actor. Shera contends...

2008-10-11 18:00:30

By OLIVIA KELLEHER A MOTHER of one who has locked-in syndrome is being brought home to die by her parents on the weekend she should be celebrating her 32nd birthday. Catherine O'Leary was flown by Air Corp to London five weeks ago for rehabilitation. But her condition deteriorated on Wednesday and she is on a ventilator in intensive care. She will be flown back to Cork University Hospital in the next few days subject to the agreement of doctors in England. Her heartbroken sister...

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