Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Wednesday, February 25, 2009 Good News Stories (Margaret)

Starting a Vegetable Garden

"If you’ve never vegetable gardened before, you are in for a treat on many levels. Fortunately, growing vegetables is pretty easy. People have been doing it forever. Growing great tasting vegetables and staying ahead of problems does take a little knowledge and effort, but the following lessons will get you comfortably up and running in no time. The rest you’ll learn as you go, which is the real thrill of gardening; overcoming unexpected obstacles and ending the season with a hearty harvest. You literally get to eat the fruits of your labor. I warn you, it’s addictive."

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Catholic tradition of almsgiving gets special emphasis during Lent

"Almsgiving is a practice in generosity expected from all Catholics, but the focus of it is even stronger during the season of Lent."

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Like Father, Like Son: Author Stresses the Importance of Leaving Behind a Spiritual Inheritance

"Born and raised in Korea and transplanted to the United States in 1982, New York resident Daniel Kyuyong Lee recognizes the importance of words between a father and son--in any language."

Click here to read more about the author and his book.

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