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New Nuns and Priests Seen Opting for Tradition - NYTimes.com -- 2009

New Nuns and Priests Seen Opting for Tradition - NYTimes.com -- 2009

It is Jesus that you seek when you dream of happiness. He is waiting for you when nothing else you find satisfies you. [St. JP II]

It is Jesus that you seek when you dream of happiness. He is waiting for you when nothing else you find satisfies you. [St. JP II]

Via v&a museum - Anna Pavlova (1881 - 1931) was one of the most famous ballerinas of all time. Dance was her vocation and no other dancer in the days before air travel toured so widely – Australia, the Far East, the United States, South America and India. She danced for audiences who had never heard of ballet and inspired a generation of children to take up dancing, including Alicia Markova, and the choreographer, Frederick Ashton who first saw her in Peru.  Early Years Born in St…

Via v&a museum - Anna Pavlova (1881 - 1931) was one of the most famous ballerinas of all time. Dance was her vocation and no other dancer in the days before air travel toured so widely – Australia, the Far East, the United States, South America and India. She danced for audiences who had never heard of ballet and inspired a generation of children to take up dancing, including Alicia Markova, and the choreographer, Frederick Ashton who first saw her in Peru. Early Years Born in St…

Marie Forleo, named by Oprah as a thought leader for the next generation, shows you practical ways to become the person you most want to be.

Marie Forleo, named by Oprah as a thought leader for the next generation, shows you practical ways to become the person you most want to be.

Lemont, Illinois. August 4, 1942. Sister Mary Othelia drives one of the Mount Asissi Convent's tractors across the fields where the nuns do all of the planting and harvesting on the 100 acre farm.

Lemont, Illinois. August 4, 1942. Sister Mary Othelia drives one of the Mount Asissi Convent's tractors across the fields where the nuns do all of the planting and harvesting on the 100 acre farm.

Life looks good!

Life looks good!

Clam Vendor at Mulberry Bend in New York City, 1900 (Click the photo and slide the Green Fade Bar for Then/Now views.)

Clam Vendor at Mulberry Bend in New York City, 1900 (Click the photo and slide the Green Fade Bar for Then/Now views.)