Monthly Archives: May 2017

Speaker urges ‘connection’ and ‘relationship’ in fighting poverty

  By Loretta Fulton During the Great Depression, the government instituted a plan to fight the high unemployment rate based on “relief, recovery, and reform.” That was the philosophy behind President Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal program to immediately assist those in need, jumpstart the economy, and then keep the economy stable. The speaker for a seminar on poverty held May

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Holy Family’s ‘Father Fred’ honored for 50 years service as a priest

Monsignor Frederick G. Nawarskas, right, prepares for a special Mass on May 19 at Holy Family Catholic Church in honor of the 50th anniversary of “Father Fred’s” ordination to the priesthood. The Most Rev. Michael Sis, bishop of the Diocese of San Angelo, presided over the Mass, which was attended by about 500 people. “Father Fred” has been at Holy

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