The Homeless, becoming a Plague for Fast Food Places

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As of late, I’ve been frequently going to fast food places for my evening meal. Places like Wendy’s, El Polo Loco, McDonald’s, etc.. I began noticing that the night crowd got their orders to go and very few were eating inside these places. I soon got a rude awakening. Many of the homeless go inside to get out of the cold, clean up, buy something and hang out as long as they can.

After using the restroom, one homeless lady discarded belongings in the trash which stunk so badly it caused my nose to burn. Fortunately, one of the workers came over and took the trash outside to their trash bin. Seems they’re reluctant to refuse them service and if something isn’t done about it, it will just get worse.

Fr. Anthony Cekada needs your prayers

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Hi everyone,
Bishop Dolan posted on twitter a few days ago:  “We left Fr. Cekada at the ICU this evening, where he is being closely monitored.  He’s had a rough couple of weeks, with TIAs, and partial, temporary paralysis on his right side, but doctors are confident of a complete recovery.  Father is his usual cheery self. Please pray! Thanks.”

We found out he is now out of ICU but still in the hospital – he did receive Extreme Unction and it will be a long road to recovery. Please pray!

‘My story began in this town’: Kobe Bryant mourned in Italy, where he learned to play basketball

Five-time NBA champion Kobe Bryant appears in Milan in 2011. Bryant, who spent part of his childhood in Italy, was one of nine people killed in a helicopter crash on Sunday. (Luca Bruno/AP)

The global basketball legend spent more than seven years as a child in Italy, including in Reggio Emilia, after his father moved to the country to play professional basketball. Italy was where Bryant learned to shoot layups on child-sized basketball hoops, where he learned to speak Italian in school, and where, Bryant has said, “my dream began.” MORE

Anniversary of Space ship Challenger disaster Jan. 28

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The space ship Challenger was an inter-faith, ethnic, and sex flight. 

The Challenger crew. Back row (L-R): Ellison Onizuka, Christa McAuliffe, Gregory Jarvis, Judith Resnick. Front row (L-R): Michael J. Smith, Francis “Dick” Scobee, Ronald McNair.
I had just got mailing out my latest article on the “Two Horns of AntiChrist,” and what got my attention was the two type horn display by the explosion.
The crew was made up of two women, one Catholic, one JEW, Ellison Onizuka was Japanese and a Budhist. McNair was Black and as I recall, one of the other three was a Baptist or a Baptist Minister. I couldn’t remember what those other astronauts were.

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