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Bus Privatization placed off by Richmond Country Schools

March 23rd, 2012 - Comments Off

By Jayson Wermers

It will be at least one more year, if at all, before the Richmond County school system privatizes its bus transportation services.

The school board voted 6-3 Friday, the first day of its two-day retreat, to authorize the administration to issue a request for proposals for outsourced busing. Board members Marion Barnes, Venus Cain and Patsy Scott were opposed, and Barbara Pulliam was absent.

Any proposals companies submit would have to have start dates of Aug. 1, 2013, meaning the school system would continue to run its own transportation department at least through the 2012-13 school year.

Diamond-cut disco ball crystal rosaries

February 28th, 2012 - Comments Off

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When Do People Recite the Rosary?

February 16th, 2012 - Comments Off

The rosary is both a one-person and a group devotional effort. The Catholic Church advocates that families use the rosary as a family devotional practice during May and October as well as other times throughout the year. The months of May and October are dedicated to Mary, and daily devotions utilizing the rosary take place in many parishes.

There Are Twenty? Were There Not Fifteen Mysteries of the Rosary?

February 15th, 2012 - Comments Off

In the Catholic faith, you may have heard of the word mystery used from time to time. Mystery refers to your important beliefs about God, Jesus H. Christ, and His Holy Mother, Mary, all of whom are an integral part of the Catholic religion but can not be substantiated outside of this belief. In another viewpoint, the three are important expressions of the faith of the people. The 15 mysteries of the rosary are divided up into three groups of five and symbolize events of joy, events of sorrow, and events of glory in the life of Jesus H. Christ and Mary.