Monday, June 23, 2014

Graduating student battles brain cancer

Little Flower academy has done everything to accommodate the situation
Shawntel Escobar
There were tears of joy in the gym as well as cheers, as the Little Flower Academy community rallied behind a graduating student continuing her battle with brain cancer. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Also newly posted:

God's immeasurable love transforms lives, emphasizes Pope
Pope Francis waves as he leads the Angelus prayer from the window of the Apostolic Palace in St. Peter's Square June 22. CNS photo / Alessandro Bianchi, Reuters.
In his Sunday Angelus Pope Francis stressed the limitless nature of God's love that transforms the heart and life of every Christian. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

P.E.I. priest involved in Canada's first auto accident
An 1867 Canadian steam car made by Henry Seth Taylor. Father Georges-Antoine Belcourt had a similar vehicle and unveiled it June 24, 1866, during a picnic. Photo from Canada's History Magazine, April-May 2011 issue.
It was on a damp and gloomy evening in the spring of 1866 that a large cargo ship slid quietly into Charlottetown harbour, capital of the British colony of Prince Edward Island. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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