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January 20, 2017  |  
Don Currey was a 30-year-old graduate student when he cut down the world’s oldest tree.
January 20, 2017  |  By KERRY PEETZ
BLESSINGS IN BLOOM: Wind-Damaged TreesThe aftermath of the wind storm leaves many homeowners living in the Diocese of Colorado Springs asking, “Can these trees be saved?” The wind left trees broken, torn, gouged, stripped and shredded. At first glance it may look hopeless but unless the tree has been completely uprooted: patience and proper care is critical.
January 20, 2017  |  By DAVE KOTTLER

"Unless a man starts afresh about things, he will certainly do nothing effective." Gilbert K. Chesterton

January 20, 2017  |  By FATHER TAD PACHOLCZYK
Men and women clearly need each other and naturally gravitate towards arrangements of mutual support and lives of shared intimacy. Because women are frequently the immediate guardians of the next generation, they have a particular need to ascertain if there will be steady support from a man prior to giving themselves sexually to him. The bond of marriage is ordered towards securing this critical element of ongoing commitment and support. Cohabitation, where a man and woman decide to live together and engage in sexual relations without marriage, raises a host of issues and concerns. Sex, of course, has a certain power all its own, and both sides may be tempted to play with it in ways that are potentially damaging, all the more so when they decide to cohabit.
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