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Come and enjoy the Black History Month Celebration on Thursday, Feb. 28 at 6:00 pm in the Spot.
Congratulations to the following wrestlers for placing at the NCS Championships this past weekend. NCS champions - Lawrence Blanco and Ruben Baca, 3rd - Jonathan Laureta, 4th - Eric Perez, 8th - Danny Mai and Toni Pole. The top 4 qualify to the CIF State meet next weekend.
Come and support your boys’ volleyball teams as they square off against Foothill today. JV starts at 4:00 pm, varsity immediately follows.
Posted by courier at 06:49 PM. Filed under: Daily Bulletin
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wikimedia imageBy Margaret Ramirez
Chicago Tribune (MCT)
CHICAGO — Many Roman Catholics and Protestants in America are leaving the churches of their childhood and either embracing other faiths or claiming no religion at all, according to an extensive national survey released Monday.
The findings from the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life illustrate the fluid dynamics of American religion. More than a quarter of adults, or 28 percent, said they had left the faith in which they were raised. If changes among types of Protestantism are included, 44 percent have switched affiliation.
Posted by courier at 06:08 PM. Filed under: News
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By David Collins
, Courier Opinion Editor
First I must say to all of my readers, no, I have not lost my intellectual marbles and no, I did not name this column after what I had for breakfast this morning. And yes, I do eat the universe for breakfast. Other than my odd diet, I wish to cover a debatably ever-present topic, reality. Now, within the feeble understandings of the numerous cogs and pistons that this existence is made from, I have come to recognize a few things as plausible. And so I pass these theoretical blue prints on to you.
Posted by courier at 05:00 AM. Filed under: Opinion
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