2004 archives

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Thérèse

Dec. 16, 2004ThérèseBy Eileen Jevis/ SUN staff writerMovie on Life of St. Thérèse of Lisieux Opens in Syracuse Thérèse, an inspirational movie produced and distributed by Luke films, opened in 32 theaters throughout the U.S. on Oct. 1. On Friday, Dec. 10, it opened at Regal Cinemas at Carousel Mall…


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Community & School

Dec. 16, 2004Community & SchoolBy Our Lady of Lourdes School staffOur Lady of Lourdes School in Utica Combines Academic Excellence with Christian Values Utica — Our Lady of Lourdes School in Utica has been a center of community life since it opened its doors in 1929. In celebration of the…


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Worlds Apart

Dec. 16, 2004Worlds ApartBy Rick Fitzgerald/ SUN contributing writerU.S. and Russian Hospice Programs Offer Care in Different Ways The expression “It’s a small world” is used to explain a strange coincidence or something people have in common. In reality, the world’s full of ways to approach a problem that couldn’t…


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Elder Care

Dec. 2-8, 2004Elder CareBy Eileen Jevis/ SUN staff writerSUN photo(s) Paul FinchBest-selling Author Speaks About Caring for the Elderly and Alzheimer’s Disease WHITESBORO –– Jacqueline Marcell, best-selling author and former television executive, spoke to more than 200 people at Harts Hill Inn on Nov. 17. The event, sponsored by Oneida…


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Justice for All

Dec. 2-8, 2004Justice for AllBy Deacon Tom Picciano/ SUN contributing writerSouthern Tier Activist Offers Course on Catholic Social Doctrine Endicott —- ”Toward the end of the film there are lepers, don’t look away,” urged Joe Coudriet, social justice minister at Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish. Twelve people sat in…


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Hope and Healing

Dec. 16, 2004Hope and HealingBy Claudia Mathis/ SUN staff writerBishop Moynihan Leads Prayer and Healing Service in Cortland CORTLAND — A prayer service for hope and healing was held at St. Mary’s Church on Dec. 4. Bishop James Moynihan presided at the service, which was intended for those who have…


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Dinner is Served

Dec. 2-8, 2004VOL 123 NO. 42Dinner is ServedBy Eileen Jevis/ SUN staff writerSUN photo(s) Paul Finch“For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink. I was a stranger and you welcomed me, naked and you clothed me. I assure you, as often…


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Make Your Gift Count

December 9-15, 2004VOL 123 NO. 43Make Your Gift CountBy Eileen Jevis/ SUN staff writerSUN photo(s) Paul FinchLooking for a unique gift for that hard-to-buy for relative or friend? How about Kisii Stone candleholders from Kenya, handmade table linens from the Philippines, Bangladesh, India or Guatemala or a musical rain stick…


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At War During Season of Peace

Regional News: North / East / South / WestHealth Care / Local News / Youth / Sports / VocationView Archives At War During Season of PeaceBy Eileen Jevis/ SUN staff writerSoldiers Away for the Holidays Fulfill their Duties, Families Hand their Fears Over to God While a desire for peace…


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Go, Team

Nov. 11-17, 2004Go, TeamBy Luke Eggleston/ SUN staff writerSUN photo(s) Paul FinchNoted SU Basketball Coach Jim Boeheim Addressed Crowd at Notre Dame Fundraiser The Orange and Blue of Syracuse University recently met the Blue and Gold of Notre Dame for a special dinner at the Valley View Country Club in…