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John J York shares on State of Mind how the Holy Spirit and Jesus are important in his life

John J York who has portrayed Mac Scorpio on General Hospital since 1991 was a recent guest on castmate Maurice Benard's State of Mind Podcast. In each episode, Benard gets his guests to open up about their dealings with mental health issues. York said that while he has been diagnosed with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis since age 17 he has not been diagnosed as bipolar or with any mental health issues. The actor also shares how important his relationship with Jesus is and he and Benard agree on matters of faith.
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Catholic Church in Rome restores handshakes during mass

The Catholic Church reintroduced handshakes during mass, according to a report Saturday. The continued loosening of pandemic-era protocols by the church was relayed in a letter from the Italian Bishops’ Conference, publicized by the country’s public broadcaster, RAI, and other Italian media. “It will be possible to restore the usual form of exchanging the sign of peace,” the Italian Bishops’ Conference (CEI) said in a letter to bishops published on its website. Handshakes typically occur with the “sign of peace,” which comes after the Lord’s prayer and before the sacrament of Holy Communion in the Catholic mass. During the pandemic the greeting was prohibited, and last year the CEI partially restored the greeting but only through eye contact or a bow of the head.

Opinion: We Live In An Ego-Driven World - And That's OK

For the last fifty years, I have studied every major religion in the world. I have read thousands of books about every culture, creed, and spiritual belief. God comes to us as we believe God to be. If our spiritual definition is Christian or Catholic, then God comes to us through Jesus. If we are of the Jewish faith, then God comes to us through the teachings of Abraham and Moses, and so forth, and so on, and so good.
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My Big 4 For The PCT in 2023

When it comes to the topic of gear, hikers generally fall into two groups: they either love it, spend their time reading about it, and want to talk about every little detail, including each item’s weight, multi-functionality, and the cottage manufacturer behind it…or they don’t. As you have probably guessed by now, I am a part of the former.
WOWT

Omaha organizations team up for toy giveaway

A threatening note was found on the door to a Catholic student center. Temperatures plunged into the single digits this morning with wind chills below zero, marking our coldest morning of the season. Lots of sunshine on the way, but it stays chilly with highs only in the mid-30s.
OMAHA, NE
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TNT Volleyball Club: new facility, expanding local youth participation

In its sixth year of existence, Glenside’s TNT Volleyball Club has generated more teams, court time, and enthusiasm than its new facility can handle. This year’s fall tryouts saw over 800 boys and girls, some as young as 11 years old, vying for 450 spots across 34 teams. Parting ways with many youth volleyball clubs in the area, TNT has made affordability a top priority.
GLENSIDE, PA

‘Unveiled: Surviving La Luz del Mundo’ Is a Horrifying Exposé of a Megachurch’s Pedophilic Predators

Religion, self-help, and horrific sexual abuse are frequent bedfellows, as detailed by Spotlight (about the Catholic Church), The Vow (about NXIVM), Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey (about the FLDS), Wild Wild Country (about guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh’s New Age movement), and numerous other modern exposés. In terms of sheer despicableness, however, few nonfiction affairs can match Unveiled: Surviving La Luz del Mundo, a three-part HBO offering (Dec. 6) about La Luz del Mundo (“The Light of the World”). A Christian church-cum-cult that now spans the globe with a reported 5 million members, its doctrine revolves around strict loyalty and obedience...
GEORGIA STATE
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