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Greek unemployment hit a new record of 25.4 percent. That figure represents studies conducted in August as five years of recession and government spending cuts have continued onward. Young people, in particular those who are seeking work for the first time, were among the hardest hit.
In the community of 10,000 people in the southwest corner of Nassau County, Long Island, 80 percent of the homes were flooded.
A Pennsylvania judge is issuing an order to reinstate Republican election officials across Philadelphia who allegedly were ejected …
This surge of pride — pride in the best sense — could be seen and felt last night at a Mass for Religious Liberty in Wexford, PA, at Saints John and Paul Parish. Over 1,000 Catholics attended this specially schedule Mass on a chilly, pre-election evening to pray for what the pastor, Rev. Joseph McCaffrey, called “a return to the principles of the American Founding” and, in particular, a defense of religious liberty.
“We, the undersigned, proudly support Governor Mitt Romney as our nation’s next President and Commander-in-Chief.”
Romney has bagged a total of 24 swing-state newspaper endorsements, to Obama’s 15.
The Church has a multi-faceted identity. It is the Mystical Body of Christ because Jesus promised that he would remain united with us. He said, “Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood abides in me and I in him (John 6:54). He compared our union with him as fruitful branches united to him, the True Vine (John 15:5).
In 2008, Obama in the same city drew crowds of 80,000 people