Thursday, June 19, 2008

Hello world!  

Simple Math of the Day:  131-92=17,  How about them Boston Celtics...2008 NBA Champions with their 17th NBA CHampionship!

Secondly, added another icon on the left:  St. Maximilian Kolbe  for a quick summary:

St. Maximilian was born Raymond Kolbe in Poland, January 8, 1894. In 1910, he entered the Conventual Franciscan Order. He was sent to study in Rome where he was ordained a priest in 1918.

In 1941, the Nazis imprisoned Father Maximilian in the Auschwitz death camp. There he offered his life for another prisoner and was condemned to slow death in a starvation bunker. On August 14, 1941, his impatient captors ended his life with a fatal injection. Pope John Paul II canonized Maximilian as a "martyr of charity" in 1982. St. Maximilian Kolbe is considered a patron of journalists, families, prisoners, the pro-life movement and the chemically addicted.

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