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February 12, 2009
Question: Pope Benedict XVI recently launched the first ever Vatican YouTube channel. The channel will carry liturgical events, audiences with the pope and other papal activities. Benedict said that “wise” use of such technologies helps promote the search for “the true, the good and the beautiful” across borders and ethnic divisions. How important do you believe technology is to the evangelist of the 21 century? How do you use technology in your own church?
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May 20, 2010
First Church of Christ, Scientist, La Cañada ??The Living, Healing Hymnal? is the title of a hymn sing to be broadcast live on the Internet at the church immediately after the Sunday morning service from 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. on June 6. This hymn sing is one of the activities in Boston during this year?s annual meeting of the Mother Church. The topic of this year?s meeting is ?The Pearl of Great Price.? The webcast will be projected on a large screen. ? For more information: Call : (818)
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By Michael J. Arvizu | November 19, 2009
After 50 years at 600 Foothill Blvd., the congregation of First Church of Christ, Scientist, La Cañada has decided, after much prayer and discussion over the last two-to-three years, to sell its property and find another location, it was announced this week by church officials. Stevenson Realty, based in Glendale, has listed the church?s property for sale at $4,950,000. The congregation will seek to relocate within the La Cañada city limits, said First Church of Christ, Scientist, La Cañada First Reader Graham Bothwell.
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By Michael J. Arvizu | January 8, 2009
The California Supreme Court on Monday unanimously agreed that rebellious churches who have separated from their denominations cannot legally claim church buildings or the property they sit on as their own, and among those churches at risk of losing their property is St. Luke’s of the Mountains Anglican Church in La Crescenta. On Feb. 13, 2006, St. Luke’s disaffiliated itself with Episcopal Church USA and the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles. Its split from the church in Los Angeles represents one of many disaffiliations across the state, at issue, among others, over the election of V. Gene Robinson, the first openly gay bishop elected in 2003 as bishop of New Hampshire.
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By Jane Napier Neely | June 17, 2010
L ast Monday morning the veil of "June gloom" had been lifted and I awoke to bright sunshine, which was a delightful surprise. I'm really not complaining about our foggy days because I do like it to stay as cool as possible before the heat of summer settles in — for what seems like forever. Vacation time for most valley residents is just around the corner, just as soon as school doors close and philanthropic organizations go dark for the season. I hope that some of you will share your summer adventures because it always makes for interesting reading.
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By Michael J. Arvizu | January 22, 2009
St. Luke’s of the Mountains Anglican Church in La Crescenta is at risk of losing its property after the California Supreme Court unanimously agreed Jan. 5 that rebellious churches who have separated from their denominations cannot legally claim church buildings or the property they sit on as their own. On Feb. 13, 2006, St. Luke’s broke with the Episcopal Church USA and the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles and aligned itself with...
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October 23, 2008
Letters to the Editor Appreciates scouts’ work on garden As a teacher at Paradise Canyon Elementary School, I’ve watched the Native Plant Garden slowly become more and more natural to the point that it became so overgrown no one could enjoy it. When the garden was established, dry creek beds meandered through the garden and indigenous plants bloomed at various times throughout the year. During my years at PCY, I’ve volunteered with other parents and have watched different classrooms volunteer to help maintain this little gem. Thanks to Alex McAdams and his Boy Scout troop, Troop No. 4, PCY’s Native Plant Garden has been restored!
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February 12, 2009
Question: Pope Benedict XVI recently launched the first ever Vatican YouTube channel. The channel will carry liturgical events, audiences with the pope and other papal activities. Benedict said that “wise” use of such technologies helps promote the search for “the true, the good and the beautiful” across borders and ethnic divisions. How important do you believe technology is to the evangelist of the 21 century? How do you use technology in your own church?
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