| From God and me to God and we: Creative evangelization to reach youths, young adults
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Court's Web-porn ruling is latest effort to block unsuitable content
Fr. Ron Rolheiser -- To pass on the faith, we must embrace what was once a burden
Charlie Martin -- Integrity, self-respect mean more than fitting in
Fr. Richard McBrien -- Example of Phoenix bishop may have further eroded church spirit
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Jean Vanier shows that one person can make a difference
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Resale means renewal for Greenleaf crafters
Shop offers chance for local community to connect with others
By Joanne Flemming
|PEDAL POWER: Jackie Renon uses her Greenleaf resale shop to help others. Here she and granddaughter Jennifer, 6, test out a bike refurbished by an elderly repairman. (Rick Evans photo)
For Jackie Renon, a Greenleaf resale store owner, the daily
bottom line is not the money she takes in, but the number of good
deeds she can perform.
"I get up every day and think I'm going to do so many good
deeds," she said.
This member of St. Mary Parish, Greenleaf, has no set quota, but
tries to "do as many as I can."
In the last five or six years, she has found that her store,
located at 1811 School Road off Hwy. 57, has become a way to help
people in need. Full story ...
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