Tag: charity

Choosing a Charity

The Charity Navigator is an interesting service. “Charity Navigator, America’s premiere independent charity evaluator, works to advance a more efficient and responsive philanthropic marketplace by evaluating the financial health of America’s largest charities.” Of particular interest right now is their Holiday Giving Guide.

Supporting the Troops

Whether we support the military actions in Iraq or not, we should support the men and women serving in the armed forces there and elsewhere. PowerBlog! has posted one suggestion for showing that support that involves donating items to troops. I heard of another on the radio recently. It’s called Operation Hero Miles and it …

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Gaudete Semper!

In the midst of all the scandal of Communiongate, abusive priests, and rampant heterodoxy, it’s important to take note of joyful people, events, and ideas. The Ryan’s Well Foundation is one of those. “I was thirsty and you gave me drink.” Matthew 25:35b I really need to do more for my fellow man than just …

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Wack On, Wack Off

Does San Fran breed these freaks, or import them?!? San Francisco Hosts ‘Masturbate-A-Thon’ According to a Yahoo! report (and yes, we’ve asked ourselves if they haven’t got anything better to do down at Yahoo! – like cracking one off – instead of wasting everyone’s time with these tiresome masturbation stories), the event was organised to …

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Heal My Sheep

I think this is a brilliant idea and long overdue. And I'm not just saying that cuz I'm uninsured. 😉 Catholic Charities to open clinic Facility would serve uninsured patients By Ann Rodgers-Melnick "Within the next year Catholic Charities plans to open a Downtown medical clinic to serve uninsured patients for free, using volunteer doctors, …

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