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  1. 13,000 hipsters rock to Laneway 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Business Times

    With 13,000 hipsters descending on this year's St Jerome's Laneway Festival at The Meadow , cups of artisanal coffee must have gone cold islandwide as the sold-out crowd at Gardens by the Bay enjoyed what must be the best edition of the annual fest so far since it was imported from Australia in 2011. For starters, the F&B options were as stellar and diverse as this year's musical line-up.


  2. Changes in the classroomRead the original story

    Wednesday |

    School bells ring: Little Flower Catholic High School, pictured above in the mid-1980s, welcomed its first students in 1939. Archbishop Ryan High School opened in 1966 as two schools - one for girls and one for boys.


  3. Jan 27 - Homily: Brethren of the Lord & the Will of GodRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | DFW Catholic

    Whenever we hear "brethren of the Lord", we should think of St. Jerome and that impure heresiarch, Helvidius. We should also know that doing the will of God is necessary for salvation and


  4. Caribou audience grows as music reflects Snaith's changing worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Canberra Times

    Strictly speaking, Dan Snaith makes records as Caribou and dancier records as Daphni, but there is an overlap between the two that has become more pronounced. , Snaith's third album as Caribou, that introduced him to a wider audience, largely due to its dancefloor orientations.


  5. Prayers, Quips and Quotes by Saintly People; Jan. 21, St. AgnesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 |

    The feast day of St. Agnes of Rome will be celebrated on January 21. Agnes was born in 291 and died a martyr in 304 at the age of 13. St. Agnes was born to a noble family in Rome. She was very beautiful, however at an early age she promised her life to God, refusing marriage.


  6. Remembering Makayla Sault: A short life of courage and faithRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | National Post

    Makayla Sault, who has died aged 11, was a bright-eyed Ojibwe girl who made legal history by asking doctors to let her end painful medical treatment ''because I live in this body and they don't." The daughter of evangelical Christian pastors from the New Credit First Nation in southwestern Ontario, she was a big part of the life of their church, joining in the musical performances and Chosen Kidz, a Sunday school program of dancing and drama.


  7. The San Diego Museum of Art announces two major acquisition of works by Sorolla and Zurbar nRead the original story

    Monday Jan 19 | Art Daily

    The San Diego Museum of Art proudly announces the acquisitions of two major paintings, St. Francis in Prayer in a Grotto by Francisco de Zurbaran and By the Seashore, Valencia by Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. These acquisitions of works from two influential artists continue to build on the strength of the Museum's renowned Permanent Collection of Spanish art.


  8. What the Pope meant when he said those who offend could 'expect a punch'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 17 | Regina Leader Post

    As Pope Francis huddled with friends and reporters on board the papal aircraft en route to the Philippines from Sri Lanka on Thursday, beginning the final leg of his Asian tour, he spoke without notes about the recent Paris terror attacks, and on the often-complex relationship between freedom of religion and freedom of speech. In responding to a French journalist's question, Francis said that if "his good friend, Dr. Gasparri," an organizer of papal trips, who had been standing next to him on the airplane, were to utter an insult against his mother, he could "expect a punch."


  9. The Essence of IdolatryRead the original story

    Monday Jan 12 | St. Anthony Messenger

    We are so consumed with the things of the created world that we forget that there even is a creator! This is the essence of idolatry. We gladly follow anything other than a God who makes demands on us and tell us what to do with our money, our bodies, our timea our lives.


  10. Some notable quotes from Canadian newsmakers in 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 11 | Weyburn This Week

    Pierre Karl Peladeau speaks to supporters in Saint-Jerome, Que., Sunday, November 30, 2014, where he officially launched his bid to become leader of the Parti Quebecois. Peladeau was among the newsmakers with notable quotes in 2014.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes Pierre Karl Peladeau speaks to supporters in Saint-Jerome, Que., Sunday, November 30, 2014, where he officially launched his bid to become leader of the Parti Quebecois.


  11. Outback nightmare ends in rescueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 9 | Northern Territory News

    Missing 40-year-old mother Tammy Reiss and her 17-year-old daughter Karlee Durnan have been seen by motorists A MOTHER and her teenage daughter stranded in the Central Australian desert for two days were rescued last night after their vehicle was submerged in a swollen waterway. Torrential rains and swollen rivers had hindered police efforts to reach Tammy Reiss, 40, and her daughter Karlee Durnan, 16, who became trapped on Wednesday night.


  12. Agnes DeMarco is the ultimate rock 'n' roll mamaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 9 |

    Agnes DeMarco, mother of musician Mac DeMarco, gives a tour of her children's childhood home. "Can I be part of the DeMarcos?" asks @LexiMarieRomas on Twitter.


  13. RominationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 | The Daily Eudemon

    So holy men left. They left for the desert and became the forerunners of the monks, though these early counter-culture revolutionaries were "in some ways less comparable to modern monks and nuns than to modern drop-outs, supporters of gurus, or others .


  14. Under the Linden Tree in Colmar, FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 |

    A Viking River Cruise of the Rhine River offered many moments of surprise both on the boat and on shore excursions. On the last day, I opted for a half-day trip to Colmar, France, because it is a beautifully preserved medieval village.


  15. Adami: Not a great year but one Quyon couple 'can live with'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 |

    It's been a tough year for Garry Belair and his wife, Lisa Beausoleil, but the Quyon couple are soldiering on despite ongoing health issues. Their health issues haven't gone away and they are living on a "short lease" financially, but, says Garry Belair, he and his wife, Lisa Beausoleil, are coping and still hoping for better days.


  16. More ships in the Northwest Passage will boost our Arctic claimRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | Globe and Mail

    The Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker Louis S. St-Laurent sails past a iceberg in Lancaster Sound, Friday, July 11, 2008. The Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker Louis S. St-Laurent sails past a iceberg in Lancaster Sound, Friday, July 11, 2008.


  17. Photos of the YearRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 4 | Truro Daily News

    ... in. In April, fans of the Truro Bearcats attended a sendoff event before the team packed its bags and headed to Saint-Jerome, Que., for the Fred Page Cup eastern Canadian junior A hockey championship. Fan-favourite Jacob Smith got his photo taken ...


  18. New Year's 100th birthday celebratedRead the original story

    Friday Jan 2 | Prince Albert Daily Herald

    As new parents celebrated a baby on New Year's Day, Stella Austin celebrated a different milestone -- turning 100 years old. Her family put on a celebration for her at Good Shepherd Villa on Friday, with her only son, Eric, flying in from the States with her grandchildren, Danny and Kenny.


  19. Rev. Anthony Cassese, 66 and pastor of St. Jerome, was treated longest for cystic fibrosisRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 31 |

    The Rev. Anthony J. Cassese was only 8 when he said he wanted to become a priest, though he already had developed symptoms of cystic fibrosis, the life-threatening lung disorder for which the median life expectancy is about 40. Undeterred, he was ordained a priest in 1977.


  20. LISTEN: Sister of Panthers forward sings O Canada in FloridaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 30 | CJAD

    Panthers forward Jonathan Huberdeau, who is originally from St. Jerome got to hear his 14-year-old sister Josiane sing the Canadian national anthem. "She likes to sing," Huberdeau told before the game.