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August 20, 2009
Q. A recent article on CNN.com reported that the number of young Muslims using the Internet to connect and learn more about their religion is increasing. One young Muslim woman even started a website “as a place for young people in the region to ‘show a different side of our religion and discuss topics big and small, taboo and not,’” the article says. How important do you believe technology is in giving young adults the ability to learn more about, and even challenge, the basic tenets of their religion?
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By Michael J. Arvizu Valley Sun | March 6, 2008
A delegation of about 90 St. Bede the Venerable Church parishioners traveled to Anaheim last weekend to take part in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles? 2008 Religion Education Congress. The Religious Education Congress ? also known by its abbreviated form as Congress ? draws an estimated 40,000 people annually, according to its website. This year?s event, held at the Marriott Marquee Hotel, hosted faithful from San Diego to Las Vegas, and internationally from Mexico to the Philippines and Ireland.
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September 9, 2004
March 9, 1914-Sept. 7, 2004 Founding Member of St. Bede the Venerable Catherine Cecilia Brown, 90, died peacefully in her sleep on Sept. 7, 2004, at her home in La Cañada. At her side was her husband of 66 years, J. Howard Brown. Born on March 9, 1914, Catherine was the daughter of the late Earl W. and Mary V. Tuttle of Glendale. She graduated from Hoover High School in 1932 and the University of Southern California in 1936, where she was a member of Kappa Delta sorority.
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November 3, 2005
Senior Mary Kate Hurlbutt was crowned the 2005 La Cañada High Homecoming Queen and her court was presented during brief halftime ceremonies at last Friday night's varsity football game against visiting Blair on the LCHS football field. There was a distinct sports favor to the Homecoming Court as four of the five girls play a varsity sport at La Cañada. Hurlbutt, the daughter of Tom and Mo Hurlbutt, is the ASB president at the school and is a member of the varsity girls' basketball team.
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November 19, 2009
Included are Thanksgiving worship schedules as provided by local houses of worship at deadline. Check back for more schedules next week, or visit www.lacanadaonline.com/religion. ? La Cañada Congregational Church Nov. 22 10 a.m. The church will have its regular Sunday service with a pilgrim theme. As is tradition at the church, pumpkin pie will be served after the service during the coffee hour. Worship and fellowship is open to all. There will no special Thanksgiving service.
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By Frances Hill | November 2, 2006
La Cañadans Cappy and John Mieding and Glendale residents Mary Ann Fell and Gael and John Davitt will be honored for outstanding service to the parish and the greater Los Angeles community Saturday, Nov.11, at the first St. Bede Pastor's Award Dinner. The gala event will feature dining and dancing at the Oakmont Country Club. The honoreesare united in their dedication to service and more specifically to a 24-year-old program known as The Skid Row Project, colloquially The Skidettes.
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By Ruth Longoria | May 7, 2009
Three La Cañadans will be honored Monday night by the La Cañada Flintridge Coordinating Council as the newest recipients of the Les Tupper Community Service Awards. The ceremony is planned for 7 p.m. Monday at the von Karman Auditorium on the Jet Propulsion Laboratory campus. The awards ceremony is free and open to the public. The 2009 recipients are well known in the community, for their many acts of volunteerism. ?I?ve known all of the recipients through their reputations,?
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By Michael J. Arvizu | September 3, 2009
This is probably the hardest piece I’ve had to write for any newspaper. I’ve had my share of difficult stories to write, but this one takes the cake. Weeks ago, when I was asked by my editors to write a column for this space every week, I accepted it humbly and graciously, with the thought that I did not deserve to have a column yet in this stage of my career and that instead it should go to one of my esteemed veteran colleagues. What’s funny is, when I finally figured out what I was going to write about, I panicked over how I was going to write about it. So I’ve mulled for days now how I am going approach this column, and several hours to go until deadline, I still don’t know.
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By Jane Napier Neely | September 30, 2004
Father Jim Gehl, as he likes to be called, sat among boxes yet to be unpacked in his office at St. Bede the Venerable Catholic Church. He explained that he was still trying to get settled after his July arrival in La Cañada Flint-ridge and the church parish. Father Jim, more formally known at the Los Angeles Diocese as Monsignor James C. Gehl, takes over as pastor of the church from Msgr. Francis Wallace, who was at St. Bede's for 10 years. "It didn't take me long to fall in love with La Cañada Flintridge and the church family," Gehl said.
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August 20, 2009
Q. A recent article on CNN.com reported that the number of young Muslims using the Internet to connect and learn more about their religion is increasing. One young Muslim woman even started a website “as a place for young people in the region to ‘show a different side of our religion and discuss topics big and small, taboo and not,’” the article says. How important do you believe technology is in giving young adults the ability to learn more about, and even challenge, the basic tenets of their religion?
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By Michael J. Arvizu Valley Sun | March 6, 2008
A delegation of about 90 St. Bede the Venerable Church parishioners traveled to Anaheim last weekend to take part in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles? 2008 Religion Education Congress. The Religious Education Congress ? also known by its abbreviated form as Congress ? draws an estimated 40,000 people annually, according to its website. This year?s event, held at the Marriott Marquee Hotel, hosted faithful from San Diego to Las Vegas, and internationally from Mexico to the Philippines and Ireland.
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