Tag Archives: Love

The Salvation Army Red Kettle and Ringing of Bell History

As I was getting my Mrs. Santa Claus outfit together, in the last few weeks, in preparation for volunteering to ring The Salvation Army bell this holiday season, I decided to discover the history behind The Salvation Army red kettle … Continue reading

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Embracing the Beauty of Your High Forehead . . . You are Altogether Lovely

Embrace the Beauty of your High Forehead. For you are altogether lovely! Continue reading

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Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement

Dorothy Day was born in Brooklyn Heights, a neighborhood of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of John Irving Day and Grace Bryant Satterlee. Her father was born in Tennessee and had deep southern roots going back … Continue reading

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