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(Creighton University. Omaha, NE, 1985)Children they cared for now care for parents | More parents are living into their 80's, and in 95 percent of the cases the children they took care of now take care of them. W in d o w 's special look may provide you with ...
(Creighton University. Omaha, NE, 1985)Is her path to sainthood via hell of Auschwitz? | The dramatic story of Edith Stein, who is being considered for sainthood, unfolds through the remembrances of Rev. John H. Nota, S.J. Page 4.
(Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 1/1/2000)Ashes are placed on our foreheads on Ash Wednesday, in one of the most counter-cultural acts of our faith. It is done for two reasons: a personal act of remembrance and as a sign or a witness for others.|The ashes come ...
(Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 1/1/2000)Text from the first four paragraphs of "The Disciples of Fr. Frans"|I am writing these lines on the "Third Day," the third day after the death of my companion, Fr. Frans van der Lugt, S.J. the Dutch Jesuit who was assassinated ...
(Creighton University. Omaha, NE, 1986)Foreign policy, from the inside; a prof goes to D.C. | Dr. Kenneth Wise tells you what life among the policymakers is like. The professor spends time in Washington, questioning, advising, talking to dwellers in the corridors ...