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St. Jane Frances de Chantal Jane Frances was wife, mother, nun, and founder of a religious community. Her mother died when she was 18 months old, and her father, head of parliament at Dijon, France, became the main influence on her education. Jane developed...

Fashion for summer The best fashion for Summer This is to be comfortable. Comfortable shoes Comfortable trousers. A comfortable t-shirt and voila : - here is the fashion smile with the Sunshine and spash with the waves comfort with the nature .

NAGASAKI 1945 At 10.30 the siren sounded,at 11 o’clock the all-clear.Sticking a needle into a patient,I heard a droneas the plane, lost in the cloud,dropped her baby. It fell silentlyone and a half miles from its target.It fell for 40 seconds,and in that...

. A Stockpile In a time of plenty we forget that sometimes there could be a period of Crisis. There could be a flood, a fire, a war or a large crisis that impairs a food supply. Should individuals as well as governments maintain a stockpile so as to prepare....

St. Clare of Assisi One of the more sugary movies made about Francis of Assisi pictures Clare as a golden-haired beauty floating through sun-drenched fields, a sort of one-woman counterpart to the new Franciscan Order. The beginning of her religious life...

Creative subjects declines Social sciences, modern languages and arts should be encourged. Creativity d isciplines are the price society pays for our culture to be passed on to the next generation.

St. Lawrence The esteem in which the Church holds Lawrence is seen in the fact that today’s celebration ranks as a feast. We know very little about his life. He is one of those whose martyrdom made a deep and lasting impression on the early Church. Celebration...

What the bird would say - "I AM sorry, my dear, But I'd rather live here ; The skies they are fair, And I love the fresh air, The trees they are green, And I sit like a queen, On a branch as it goes, While the pleasant wind blows, I have more on my table...

The beavers in Argyll, Scotland More than 400 years after it was hunted to extinction in the UK, the Eurasian beaver is back in Scotland. The beaver is now regarded as a native species again, Returning beavers to Scotland’s lochs and rivers is the first...

Did you too see it, drifting, all night, on the black river?Did you see it in the morning, rising into the silvery air -An armful of white blossoms,A perfect commotion of silk and linen as it leanedinto the bondage of its wings; a snowbank, a bank of...

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