Thursday, July 14, 2016

Bishop's cross returns home

Prelate and his brother-in-law gave finder a copper band as a thank-you
Bishop David Monroe's cross, lost Oct. 22, 2010, found its way back to him five years later. BCC file photo.
The soon-to-be retired Bishop of Kamloops was reunited with a missing cross through what some may call a miracle. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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Women seek to reduce violence
A group of women trying to reduce violence in Regina's North Central neighbourhood includes (from the left): Teresa Whalen Lux, Diana Demaria and Shannon Cisyk. Frank Flegel / Prairie Messenger (CCN).
A group of women from Regina's North Central neighbourhood is trying to do something to reduce violence in the area. The White Pony Lodge carries out patrols every Friday and Saturday from four p.m. to nine p.m. -- not to get involved in any perceived violence but to encourage their neighbours to be more vigilant and show they care. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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