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RoadFish.com men's lifestyle and finance magazine celebrated Fat Tuesday yesterday and recommends eating organic, non-processed, and non-artificial foods to "pig out" in a healthy
Agoda.com, Asiaâ€™s global hotel booking site and part of Nasdaq-listed priceline.com Inc.
BERRYVILLE, Ark., March 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The recently dubbed "Techno-Monk" and world's most popular Catholic Recording Artist, John Michael Talbot, caused a stir this Ash Wednesday among his Facebook community when he posted an article asking if the "Techno-Monk" himself was giving up Facebook for Lent. Fans were relieved and enlightened after reading the post. Talbot opened, "The Church has encouraged a healthy use of social communications to spread the gospel, but also warns about...
Poll shows strong affection for important Christian holy day among Americans NEW HAVEN, Conn., April 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Nearly two-thirds of Americans (63%) and three-quarters of Catholic Americans (74%) plan to observe Easter by attending Church services according to a newly released Knights of Columbus-Marist poll.
Roman Catholic bishops in Italy are calling on followers to abstain from high-tech distractions during Lent, urging Catholics to steer clear of modern devices such as iPods and to forego surfing the Web and text messaging until Easter.
A growing number of Christians in the United States are swearing off the social networking Web site Facebook for Lent, a priest says. The Rev.
NEW YORK, Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Holy Name Province, the largest group of Franciscan Friars in the U.S., has created a four-page Lenten study booklet called, "St. Paul Guides Us Through Lent to Easter." The booklet contains daily Pauline passages for the duration of Lent, from Ash Wednesday Feb.
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