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By Michael J. Arvizu Valley Sun | August 20, 2009
Imagine traveling by bus for 30 continuous days, never stopping. That’s what it’s been like for St. Bede’s Father Greg Dongkore, who during the past few years, has journeyed from his native Ghana to Rome, back to Ghana, then to Belgium and then to Los Angeles in 2005 (then, returned to Ghana at the end of 2005, and in 2006 and 2007, then returned to La Cañada in 2008). The distance between California and Ghana is difficult to explain to people in his home country, even to his own mother, Father Dongkore says.
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October 28, 2010
Wow, this election cycle is really astonishing; the money flow, the heated rhetoric, the extreme views! I believe that the anticipated demise of our majority democratic government is greatly exaggerated. It can only happen if the majority of voters is apathetic or votes against its own interests. Let's face it, most of this country's citizens are not rich. Most will never have to worry about survivors having to pay inheritance taxes. Most pay Social Security taxes on all their earnings while those who make over $102,000 don't.
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By Michael J. Arvizu Valley Sun | August 20, 2009
Imagine traveling by bus for 30 continuous days, never stopping. That’s what it’s been like for St. Bede’s Father Greg Dongkore, who during the past few years, has journeyed from his native Ghana to Rome, back to Ghana, then to Belgium and then to Los Angeles in 2005 (then, returned to Ghana at the end of 2005, and in 2006 and 2007, then returned to La Cañada in 2008). The distance between California and Ghana is difficult to explain to people in his home country, even to his own mother, Father Dongkore says.
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