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Ransdell Funeral Home
4323 North Main Street
Eminence , KY 40019
(502) 845-5642
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Cardinal John P. Foley, 76, Vatican Spokesman, Dies

Tue, Dec 13, 2011
During a trip to Egypt in 1975, Cardinal Krol asked him whether he should take a camel ride. A cautious Father Foley said no, but Cardinal Krol ignored the advice. As his eminence, wearing an Arab head scarf, struggled not to fall off the camel, Father Foley snapped a picture. When the photo appeared in newspapers, Cardinal Krol asked him why he had taken the photo after telling him not to ride the beast. “As your priest, I gave you my best advice,” he replied. “As a journalist, I took your picture.” ... (New York Times)

Reflecting on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 -

Tue, Sep 20, 2011
Phoenix that would be the peace and justice around the world we so desperately need. Clearly, but sadly, this opportunity was missed in a mad rush by our government to assert American's pre-eminence in the world. Sharing the burden of the death and destruction and caring for a world in which such things could not and would not happen became secondary to proclaiming our greatness as a nation. America failed this golden opportunity. So did religion. Religion has been failing for long centuries, failing to live up to the noble words we so easily mouth, failing to inspire the leaders of the nations to abide by just means in pursuit of just causes, failure to instill in the people under their care the desire to share with others and care for others and build hope and not despair, failure to resist the lure of war and violence and pride and greed. May the 10 year anniversary of 9/11 stir in us all a determination not to fail as religious leaders and not to fail as Americans. May we be inspired to act out the great dreams of our many faiths and of our nation's noble words at the founding. May we repent of all that we have done wrong that has helped to continue the slaughter of human beings and the destruction of nature and the wasting of property. May we remember and live out those memorable words of the ancient Hebraic prophet Micah: "What does the Lord require of you but to do justice, to love kindness, and to walk humbly with thy God." Ken Phifer is minister emeritus of the First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Ann Arbor. For information about local community service and commemoration events for the 10th anniversary o...

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