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SPORTS
By PETER SCHMUCK | April 14, 2006
I have spent my entire professional life in sports journalism, and I couldn't be prouder of that profession than I was when ESPN's SportsCenter beat HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel to a story that transcends the mere mortal aspects of sports coverage. And when I say that the Darren Daulton interviews on the two programs - first on ESPN on Sunday night and then on HBO on Tuesday night - were transcendental, I'm not exaggerating. Daulton, you might recall, was a pretty good player for the Philadelphia Phillies until his career was cut short by injuries and his life temporarily spun out of control.
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NEWS
By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff writer | May 13, 1992
MILLERS -- Spiritual gain can result in some physical losses.At least that was true for three county women who participated in Alesia Free Methodist's Tri-W Christian weight-loss program."
NEWS
By Sandy Alexander and Sandy Alexander,SUN STAFF | December 12, 2002
Nancy Lee Smith's paintings of angels, saints and biblical scenes are more than pretty pictures on the walls. Called icons, they are part of a centuries-old Christian tradition that uses specific configurations, patterns and geometry as a conduit for a spiritual experience. "It's not religious art, it's sacred art," said Smith, a nun with the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Monroe, Mich. "One of them is a vehicle for the sacred or the holy to be there with you; the other one is an image of it."
NEWS
By Barbara Samson | August 22, 1994
WITH BLEEDING FOOTSTEPS. By Robert David Thomas.Alfred A. Knopf. 363 pages. $27.50.WHEN MARY Baker Eddy died in 1910, the Rochester Times noted that her death marked "the passing of a woman who was probably the most notable of [her generation]." The Chicago Tribune reflected "there passes from this world's activities one of the most remarkable women of her time." Born in 1821, this world-renowned founder of the Christian Science religion rose from being a sickly New Hampshire farm girl to become a "household name across America and famous around the world."
ENTERTAINMENT
By San Francisco Chronicle | April 25, 1999
How-to books promising ways to achieve both worldly ambitions and inner peace are a booming niche in today's self-help market. There's Suze Orman's "The Courage to Be Rich," Iyanla Vanzant's "One Day My Soul Just Opened Up," and even the Dalai Lama's "handbook for living" -- "The Art of Happiness." Last year, the big spiritual how-to's sold between 500,000 and 750,000 copies each.But only one of these many books comes with a guaranteed daily meditation-prayer for every buyer by the author himself.
NEWS
May 5, 1991
If you yearn for a taste of the Old West, turn your horse -- or car -- toward Millers, where the spiritual combines with the saddle for aunique camp.Head north into the picturesque town of "River Valley Ranch."Situated on 500 acres off Grave Run Road in Millers, this all-Western approach to non-denominational Christian camping is open June 23through Aug. 17.The ranch, sponsored by the Peter and John RadioFellowship Inc., is a unique resident summer camp for youths 7 to 17.The facility is open to the public at 9:30 a.m. Saturdays.
FEATURES
By Rashod D. Ollison and Rashod D. Ollison,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | April 26, 2005
He's done this before. Every few years or so, Bruce Springsteen, one of rock's pre-eminent singer-songwriters, takes us to bleak places in his music, introduces us to a cast of desperate, downtrodden characters while capturing a sense of the times. He did this on the 1982 Nebraska album, a brilliant, acidic appraisal of Ronald Reagan's America. In 1995, he unleashed the particularly bitter The Ghost of Tom Joad, which chronicled those who fell through the cracks during the boom years of the Clinton administration.
NEWS
April 5, 2002
Bon Secours center to present dances and drumming for peace Bon Secours Spiritual Center, an extension of the ministry of the Sisters of Bon Secours, will offer an evening in its Dances of Universal Peace series from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. today. The dances, which involve simple steps and chanting from many religions, are intended as meditations in movement. A Drumming for Peace Circle will be held from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday. Admission is free; donations will be accepted. Information or register: 410-442-1320.
NEWS
By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 4, 2004
Borrowing some spiritually charged lingo from the New Age folks, the Columbia Orchestra took the Rouse Theatre stage Saturday evening for a concert titled "Body, Voice, and Spirit." Homage to the "Body" came courtesy of "Rainbow Body," a work by Christopher Theofanides, a contemporary composer affiliated with New York's Juilliard School and the Peabody Institute in Baltimore. Already recorded by Robert Spano and his Atlanta Symphony on the Telarc label, "Rainbow Body" was last year's winner of Masterprize, one of the music world's most prestigious awards for composition.
NEWS
March 24, 2006
The spirituality of sexuality is topic The Shrine of St. Anthony will present a spiritual reading seminar on "Tender Fires: The Spiritual Promise of Sexuality," by Fran Ferder and John Heagle, from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. today at the shrine, 12290 Folly Quarter Road, near Glenelg. The seminar, for which the Rev. Bart A. Karwacki will be the facilitator, will focus on the spirituality of sexuality and the question: "How can I -- in the unique circumstances of my life and with God's help and grace -- become a more responsible lover and life-giver?"
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