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POST POLL: Are you a fan of Facebook? (2 responses)

Do you have an opinion, pro or con, of Facebook or other online social networking sites? Then take part in the first “Post Poll” of 2009! Responses will be posted here as we receive them, and may appear in a future issue of The Catholic Post’s print edition. Here are some thoughts respondents may want […]

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Franciscans invite women to overnight retreat Jan. 30

THE COMPASSION of Jesus will be the focus of an overnight retreat for women ages 18 to 40 to be offered in West Peoria later this month by the Sisters of St. Francis of the Immaculate Conception, also known as the Heading Avenue Franciscans.The retreat begins with a 6 p.m. dinner on Friday, Jan. 30, […]

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POST POLL: Are you a fan of Facebook? (2 responses)

Do you have an opinion, pro or con, of Facebook or other online social networking sites? Then take part in the first “Post Poll” of 2009! Responses will be posted here as we receive them, and may appear in a future issue of The Catholic Post’s print edition. Here are some thoughts respondents may want […]

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POST POLL: Are you a fan of Facebook? (1 response)

Do you have an opinion, pro or con, of Facebook or other online social networking sites? Then take part in the first “Post Poll” of 2009! Responses will be posted here as we receive them, and may appear in a future issue of The Catholic Post’s print edition. Here are some thoughts respondents may want […]

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Quad City Right to Life offers dining coupon book

DAVENPORT, Iowa — Quad City Right to Life (QCRTL) is offering a way to support its work on behalf of life and save money at the same time through sales of “The Quad Cities Dining Tour” coupon book. This is the fifth year the organization is using the book, which includes 200 coupons for area […]

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Benedictine Life Weekened planned

FERDINAND, Ind. — “Mindful Living: Being Present to the Moment” is the theme for a Benedictine Life Weekend offered Jan. 2-4, 2009, by the Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand, Ind. Open to single Catholic women, ages 18 to 40, who want to experience the Benedictine way of life, the weekend will be held at […]

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Ornament sales benefit hospice

URBANA — A new collectible ornament to benefit Provena Hospice has been introduced. The second in a series, it is a handmade porcelain heart that bears the words “Forever in our hearts.” The ornament is $10 and may be purchased at the gift shops of Provena Covenant Medical Center, 1400 W. Park St., Urbana, and […]

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Post Poll: What do you resolve?

The current “Post Poll” asks readers to share their “resolutions” for the new church year, which began on Sunday, Nov. 30, with the first Sunday of Advent. What prayers, devotions or spiritual reading will you be taking up as you prepare for the coming of Christ into your life at Christmas and throughout the year? […]

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Seeking Christmas recipes

The Catholic Post is seeking Christmas recipes and memories for publication in our 2008 Christmas section, “A Taste of Christmas.” Along with the recipes for salads, main dishes, desserts, breads or beverages, we are asking readers to submit the stories about what makes these foods so special. Who passed the recipe down to you? What […]

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Parish survey conducted by Catholic Charities

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Peoria is conducting an online Parish Awareness Survey this month to gather information about the perceptions people have of Catholic Charities. “We use the survey as a way to sort of benchmark parishioners’ knowledge and awareness of Catholic Charities’ services,” said Celeste Matheson, director of communications for Catholic Charities. […]

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