2005 archives

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Let’s Hear it for St. Mary’s!

Jan.27-Feb.2, 2005Let’s Hear it for St. Mary’s!By Claudia Mathis/ SUN staff writerSUN photo(s) Paul FinchSt. Mary’s School in Baldwinsville Adds Cheerleading Program BALDWINSVILLE — The initiation of a cheerleading program for third, fourth and fifth graders created a lot of excitement at St. Mary’s School in Baldwinsville in September. The…


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Relive the Miracle

Jan. 20-26, 2005Relive the MiracleBy Eileen Jevis/ SUN staff writerWinning Goaltender for the U.S. Hockey Team to Speak at St. Peter’s UTICA –– Jim Craig, member of the winning 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team, will be the keynote speaker at the second annual St. Peter’s School benefit dinner on Wednesday,…


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On the Mend

Jan. 20-26, 2005On the MendBy Eileen Jevis/ SUN staff writerSUN photo(s) Paul FinchChristian Peer Ministry Helps Couples Rebuild Marriages Retrouvaille –– the word means “rediscovery” is a Christian ministry that offers a lifeline to couples whose marriages are in trouble. The program grew from marriage encounter retreats that focus on…


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Jesus in their Midst

Jan. 27-Feb. 2, 05Jesus in their MidstBy Ruth Giammichele/ SUN contributing writerParishioners and Pastor Travel to Mexico for Church Dedication JOHNSON CITY — On the Feast of St. Juan Diego, Dec. 9, 2004, a little church in Cuernavaca, Mexico was dedicated. Father Thomas Ryan, pastor of St. James Church in…


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Above and Beyond

Jan. 13- 19, 2005Above and BeyondBy Claudia Mathis/ SUN staff writerCYO After School Program Offers Young People More Than Athletics FULTON — Students in the Fulton area have a great resource at their fingertips. The Fulton CYO is offering computer access and tutoring assistance through its After School Program. CYO…


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Year in Review 2004

Jan. 13-19, 2005VOL 124 NO. 1Year in Review 2004By Eileen Jevis/ SUN staff writerSUN photo(s) Paul Finchalso by Claudia Mathis SUN staff writer January • Francis House completed $1.2 million expansion project and opened second hospice facility for the terminally ill. • Catholic school superintendent, John Cataldo shared his vision…


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A Quest for Better Health

Jan. 20-26, 2005VOL 124 NO. 2A Quest for Better HealthBy Claudia Mathis/ SUN staff writerSUN photo(s) Paul FinchThe health of many people in the Diocese of Syracuse will be affected positively as a result of a monetary award from Fidelis Care’s Diocesan Grant Fund. A number of programs and services…


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Special Delivery

Dec. 9-15, 2004Continuing the FaithBy Claudia Mathis/ SUN staff writerSt. John the Baptist’s Young Adults Group Developing it’s Christian Life Rome — Father Gregory Golyzniak, parochial vicar of St. John the Baptist Church, initiated a young adults group last June. He started the group because he noticed that the young…