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Georgian woman cuts off web access to whole of Armenia

Entire country loses internet for five hours after woman, 75, slices through cable while scavenging for copper…/georgian-woman-…
An elderly Georgian woman was scavenging for copper to sell as scrap when she accidentally sliced through an underground cable and cut off internet services to all of neighbouring Armenia, it emerged on Wednesday. The woman, 75, had been digging for the metal … [More]

The Ukranian Bishop looks a little like Fr. Mitch Pacwa IMHO

Catholic League says NH Republicans' new insults cross the line
“The standards of discourse in our society have collapsed to such an extent that I think we're at a dangerous level. We at the Catholic League, along with others, are prepared to hold up a 'STOP' sign and call attention to it.”

New York City, N.Y., Apr 6, 2011 / 08:10 pm (CNA).- Catholic League President Bill Donohue says Republican lawmakers in New Hampshire “crossed the line” with comments threatening to revoke the tax-exempt … [More]

ZENIT wishes to confirm that it has not published this article and that ZENIT has no relationship whatsoever with the Web site that has circulated it.
ROME, APRIL 4, 2011 ( A jesting blogger caused a media stir April 1 by posting a story titled "John Paul II's Beatification Postponed Indefinitely. Late Pontiff's Postulator Replaced; Miracle Questioned."
The blogger used graphics from ZENIT, such that the article appeared authentic, though it concluded with "Just Kidding. You have … [More]

St. Crescentia Hoess

Crescentia was born in 1682 in a little town near Augsburg, the daughter of a poor weaver. She spent play time praying in the parish church, assisted those even poorer than herself and had so mastered the truths of her religion that she was permitted to make her holy Communion at the then unusually early age of seven. In the town she was called "the little angel." As she grew older she desired to enter the convent of the Tertiaries of St. Francis. But the … [More]

Talks With Moscow
Greek-Catholic Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk of Kiev would like to meet with Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill. The archbishop intends to resolve tensions between the Moscow patriarchate and the Byzantine Catholics of Ukraine. Shevchuk was enthroned last week as Major Archbishop of Kyiv. The Greek-Catholic Chrch in the Ukraine was brutally persecuted during the Stalin era. It emerged vigorously after the fall of the Communist regime. The Church has been … [More]