Friday, May 30, 2014

IT masterminds team up to develop golf app

Pat Cash and Joe Galat promote four-step improvement process
Pat Cash
Older golfers who sandblast their drives over the fairway, and plonk! into the water hazards now have an app on their side. Pat Cash, past chairman of the Archdiocese of Vancouver's information technology (IT) committee, and Joseph Galat, a teacher at St. Thomas Aquinas Regional Secondary School, have released the RAFT app. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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Filipinos from Holy Land voice excitement about Pope's visit
A priest reads Scripture with Filipino foreign workers in Israel before the start of Mass in Nazareth, Israel. CNS photo / Debbie Hill.
A small community of Filipinos in Israel have expressed their joy that Pope Francis will travel to their country next January, stating they hope his presence will bring peace and restore divisions. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Campaign Life expresses hopes for Maternal Health Summit
Leaders of the Group of Eight nations gather at the table with African outreach leaders at the global economic summit in Huntsville, Ontario, in June 2010. Catholic aid agencies said the summit was weak on maternal and child health care and financial support to meet UN development goals. Host Prime Minister Harper is the first at the table facing the camera on the left side. CNS photo / Jason Reed, Reuters.
Campaign Life Coalition hopes Prime Minister Harper's international summit May 28-30 in Toronto is "successful and life-affirming in its results," says CLC's Ottawa lobbyist. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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