Easter Tradition at Holy Innocents!
Easter Tradition at Holy Innocents!
SUNDAY, APRIL 5th Vol. 81 Hwa-Rang Warriors TaeKwon-Do JUNIATA NEWS Serving Our Neighborhoods for over 80 Years! PHILADELPHIA, PA -- WEEK OF TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 2015 Phone: 215-435-3909 Email: [email protected] Juniata News P.O. Box 15336 Philadelphia, PA 19111 FREE Easter Tradition at Holy Innocents! Special One Week FREE TRIAL! SEE PAGE 8 FOR INFO 215-888-8143 SHERRYS DINER Starting April 4th Well Be Open Sat. & Sun., 5am-5pm! DAN KELLY & SON Auto Sales Page 10 Promoting the Pride, Community and Business of our Neighborhoods Every Week Since July 23, 1934 Children from all over the neighborhood made their way to Holy Innocents on March 22nd to enjoy Breakfast with the Easter Bunny! The kids enjoyed pancakes, eggs, sausage and more as they excitedly waited their turn to get pictures taken with the Easter Bunny. Happy Easter to all! Page 10: Tips on Decorating Easter Eggs No. 13 JUNIATA NEWS, MARCH 31, 2015 215-435-3909 Page 2 City and State Leaders Plant Pinwheel Garden for Child Abuse Awareness Month on Hunting Park Ave. The Philadelphia Childrens Alliance, a non-profit dedicated to bringing justice and healing to victims of child sexual abuse, hosted its 5th Annual Legislative Breakfast on Friday, March 27. Area Legislators along with representatives from PCAs partner agencies, the Philadelphia Department of Human Services, Special Victims Unit and District Attorneys Office helped to plant a pinwheel garden to increase awareness for Child Abuse Awareness Month in April. Each of the 1,892 pinwheels represented the 1,892 children PCA served last year. Those in attendance included: Philadelphia City Council Members Ed Neilson, David Oh and Dennis OBrien; State Representatives Leslie Acosta (event host), Pamela DeLissio, Stephen Kinsey, Thomas Murt, John Taylor and Curtis Thomas; and State Senators Art Haywood and Vincent Hughes. Representatives from the offices of several other local, state and federal officials also attended. Frankford Library to Close for Emergency Renovations The Free Library of Philadelphia has announced that the Frankford Library, 4634 Frankford Avenue, will be temporarily closed due to a building emergency, regarding HVAC repairs. The closure will begin on Monday, April 6th, and it is hoped that the library will reopen on Monday, June 22, 2015. Need someone to drive you to the store or appointments? Rose Marie Webster 1,892 pinwheels were planted outside of the Philadelphia Childrens Alliance, 300 E. Hunting Park Avenue, last Friday, representing the 1,892 children that PCA served in 2014. 215-920-4212 1208 E. 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Not included with any special JUNIATA NEWS, MARCH 31, 2015 215-435-3909 Page 4 Phone Scammers Grow More Brazen Scammers would rather have a pipeline right into your home rather than take a chance on mail that might get trashed straight out of the mailbox. Hence the rise in telephone scams. USA.gov has a section on phone scams and fraud that covers a number of the common ones, such as these: * Slamming is when a phone company changes your service without your permission. If you find charges for this on your phone bill, call to insist you be switched back. * Caller ID spoofing makes a phone number show up on your Caller ID that might encourage you to take the call. For example, it might appear that your bank or credit-card company is calling you, and you might be tempted to go ahead and give the personal information the caller asks for. * Cramming is adding charges to your phone bill, likely small ones that you might not notice.Consumer. ftc.gov has an extensive section on phone scams, including handling prerecorded calls, unexpected sales calls and, especially, knowing the signs of a scam. The sooner you can identify clues that youre about to be scammed, the sooner you can just hang up without giving out any information.Your cellphone isnt immune to phone scams. If you enable the GPS on your apps, youre essentially letting people know where you are, which makes you vulnerable. Disable the GPS feature. Upgrade plans can be a source of trouble if you dont ask about future upgrade fees when you buy a new phone. Ask lots of questions about frequency of upgrade, potential down payment and phone condition, and read the contract carefully. One-ring scams are one of new ones. Heres how it works: Your cellphone rings once. The calling area code appears to be a domestic one, and the temptation is to call back to see who it was. The problem: The return call actually goes to a payper-call international number that might incur fees just for connecting, and more fees every minute. Be sure youre familiar with international area codes that are often tied to scams, such as 809 (Dominican Republic), 284 (British Virgin Islands), 473 (Grenada) and 876 (Jamaica). Dont return any calls unless you know who it is. 65th Anniversary Celebration On Sunday, April 19, 2015, St. Adalbert Sodality of Our Lady of Fatima will be celebrating its 65th Anniversary. Mass will be celebrated at 9 A.M. in St. Adalbert Church, Thompson Street & Allegheny Avenue in Port Richmond, followed with a brunch at the Casbah Caterers, 3461 E. Thompson Street. Donation is $20.00. Everyone is invited to attend. For more information or for tickets, call Theresa Romanowski at 215922-1700 or 215-813-2780. 5th Annual Spring Tea CDA Court St. Francis De Sales #2617 will be holding its 5th Annual Spring Tea on Sunday, April 19, 2015 11:30 a.m. at St. Joachim Church, 1527Church Street.. Cost is $20.00- children 12 and under $10.00. Bring canned good for an extra raffle ticket. Contact Mary at 215-850-1975. tickets avail until April 10th. (c) 2015 King Features Synd., Inc. DELIVERY DRIVERS -- WANTED -- Angelos Senior Community Health Fair St. Annes Senior Community Center will host Aria Health Community Health Fair on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 from 10am to 12pm. This event is FREE and open to anyone 50 years of age and older. Join us for FREE health screenings, healthy lifestyle education, information concerning Aria Health 1934 Services and community resources. Polish translators, door prizes and giveaways will be available. Please contact Kelly at 215-426-9799 for additional information. 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At a press conference on March 20th, Morales made claims that three Philadelphians who signed nominating petitions for Councilwoman Sanchez reelection campaign were deceased. The Councilwomans campaign said that after further investigation, they found that these accusations were baseless. These baseless accusations by Manny Morales are just another reason why his candidacy is an insult to the people of Philadelphia and the residents of the Seventh Councilmanic District, Councilwoman Sanchez said. When you couple the pattern of hateful remarks Manny Morales has made with the misleading statements coming from his campaign, you have a person who is not ready to represent our citys most diverse district on City Council. I call on state Reps. Angel Cruz and Leslie Acosta as well as ward leaders Carlos Matos and Emilio Vazquez to follow the Philadelphia Democratic Partys lead and renounce Manny Morales once and for all. His name shouldnt even be on the ballot. Morales said that three individuals who signed petitions supporting Councilwoman Sanchez reelection campaign are deceased: Felix Aguirre Jr., Carmen Gonzalez and Carol Brown. However, Councilwoman Sanchez campaign said after further investigation that all three were alive at the time they signed the petition. One individual, Felix Aguirre Jr., signed the nominating petition on March 4. His father, Felix Aguirre, is deceased, but Mr. Aguirre is still alive. Another individual, Carmen Gonzalez, signed Councilwoman Sanchez petition on March 1. Yet Ms. Gonzalez also signed Morales petition, on March 2. And the third individual in question, Carol Brown, passed away last week after having signed the petition, according to the head of household. The Morales campaign misidentified the person signing the petition as Carol A. Bowen, who used to live at the same address but passed away years ago. In the interest of full transparency, the Sanchez Campaign said that Mr. Aguirre experienced a problem with changing his voter registration when he moved and was not registered to vote. Mrs. Browns family mistakenly believed that she was registered before she passed away, and Ms. UP TO $1,100 CASH Gonzalez is registered to vote at an older address, on Bristol St. These are not uncommon occurrences, according to the Sanchez campaign. Councilwoman Sanchez campaign said, like others throughout the city, they approach thousands of residents for signatures in public places throughout the district during the brief window of time when state law permits candidates to collect signatures. The campaign trusts that residents are being truthful when signing nominating petitions, though occasionally people are mistaken about their registration status. Councilwoman Sanchez submitted more than 4,000 signatures in support of her re-election campaign. She said that it confirms her confidence in the validity of her petition signatures. Councilwoman Sanchez was required to submit 750 valid signatures from voters in her district to run for re-election. March 17th was the final day for other candidates to challenge her petitions in court which did not occur. Edgemont Caterers Offers it All! Hall? a r o f g n i Look n getting o i t a c o l r You ?? too small Rent Our Location for Only $500.00! In-house banquets at our location with superior service, fabulous food and an intimate setting at an affordable price is our specialty. If a party is what youre planning we are the one stop to all your party needs Not Sure What to do for your little Princesss Birthday? For CARS or TRUCKS with Bad Engines or Transmissions $500 CASH For Any Complete JUNK CAR or TRUCK WITH or WITHOUT TITLE 215-669-1000 how about a princess party?? 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With the completion of this real estate transaction, we are able to ramp up our expansion plans in the region to meet the growing demand for the ALDI difference: high quality groceries at everyday low prices in an easy-to-shop store, said Jason Hart, CEO, ALDI. While we are excited to pursue opening ALDI stores at 30 of these locations, we will continue working with those communities where we will not be using the sites to ensure a smooth Page 6 215-435-3909 Starting April 4th Well Be Open Sat. & Sun., 5am-5pm SHERRYS DINER SPECI AL ROAST TURKEY w/ Homemade Stuffing, Cranberry Sauce & 2 Vegetables - $6.95 FRIED FLOUNDER 3376 KENSINGTON AVE. Bottom Dollar Food at Castor & Luzerne, pictured prior to closing in January, will become an ALDI store transition. In December 2013, ALDI embarked on an accelerated growth plan to open 650 new stores by the end of 2018, with the goal of operating nearly 2,000 stores across the country. ALDI also is planning to invest more than $3 billion to pay for land, facilities and equipment. When the expansion is complete, ALDI will have stores coast-to-coast and anticipates serving more than 45 million customers per month. The expansion is expected to create more than 10,000 new jobs at ALDI stores, warehouses and division offices. w/ ANY STYLE EGGS and Choice of Kensington & Ontario Sts. Home Fries, French Fries, Grits, 215-423-4420 or 1 Vegetable OPEN 6:00 am to 3:00 pm 3 EGGS, ANY STYLE Served with Home Fries or Grits, Toast, Coffee or Tea ........... $3.50 w/ BACON or HAM ............... $4.95 w/ BEEF SAUSAGE .............. $6.95 w/ CORNED BEEF HASH ....... $6.95 w/ SAUSAGE or SCRAPPLE ... $4.95 w. PORK ROLL .................... $4.95 w. CANADIAN BACON ........... $6.95 215-427-2242 95 LUNCH SPECIALS TALAPIA, Mashed Potatoes, 1 Veg. HOT TURKEY, Mashed Potatoes, 1 Veg. Hot Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes, 1 Veg MEATLOAF, Mashed Potatoes, 1 Veg. 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The employee then chased the suspect from the store and Robbery Suspect on Surveillance Video was last seen east on Wheatsheaf Lane. The suspect is described as a white immediately. male, 56", facial hair, wearing a To submit a tip via telephone, dial black hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, 215.686.TIPS (8477) or text a tip to and red sneakers. PPD TIP or 773847. All tips will be To view this video and more, visit confidential. The Philadelphia Police YouTube If you have any information about Channel. this crime or this suspect, please If you see this suspect do not contact East Detective Division at approach him, contact 911 215-686-3243. Guckin Funeral Home, Inc. 1419 E. Hunting Park Avenue 215-743-7256 Denise Guckin Voisard, Supervisor The second generation proudly continues to serve the community in all aspects of Funeral Service with respect and dignity. . Family Owned and Operated Since 1960. JAC Meeting Next Tuesday The Juniata Action Committee will be meeting next Tuesday. April 7th -7:00 pm at the Juniata Golf Club. The meeting will include nominations for Officers in the organization; and Kelly Little from Newcourtland Life Program will be presenting her organizations work for seniors. The Juniata Park Town Watch will also meet following the JAC meeting. All Juniata residents are invited and urged to attend. East Detective Division is looking to identify and locate the suspect wanted for commercial burglary in the 24th District. On March 25, 2015, the 9:00 pm, two unknown males and one unknown female gained access to a storage unit located inside Public Store located at 2345 Castor Avenue through a hole cut in the roof. Once inside, the suspects took 35 guitars, 10 amps, various electronic equipment, various vinyl records, and childrens toys then fled in an unknown direction. To view this video and more, visit The Philadelphia Police YouTube Channel. If you see these suspects do not approach them, contact 911 immediately. To submit a tip via telephone, dial 215-686-TIPS (8477) or text a tip to PPD TIP or 773847. All tips will be confidential. Juniata Action Committee Next Public Meeting will be held TUESDAY, APRIL 7th 7:00 - 8:30 pm at the Juniata Golf Club 1391 E. Cayuga St. If you have any information about this crime or these suspects, please contact East Detective Division at 215-686-3243. (L & Cayuga Sts.) 267-205-1452 [email protected] Bills Deli happy easter from all of us at bills deli! 2000 Castor Ave. elijahs special CHEESE STEAK $3.00 + tax JAYCOBS special Corner of Castor & Emerald (215) 288-0842 Come in from the Cold!! PRIMA PORTA Fresh Rolls Bread Milk Sandwiches Hoagies HAM CAPICOLA ........ 4.99 lb. Hormel COOKED HAM ........... 5.99 lb. Dietz & Watson BOLOGNA ................. 4.99 lb. DELICIOUS Party Dietz & Watson AMERICAN CHEESE ... 5.99 lb. Trays! 12 Piece CHICKEN NUGGETS Dietz & Watson FOR ANY OCCASION! 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Debit Cards Accepted must buy both JUNIATA NEWS, MARCH 31, 2015 215-435-3909 Good Housekeeping Smoked Ham with Strawberry Sauce! Perfect for a buffet any time of year. We created this impressive glazed ham for winter entertaining, but it has become an Easter favorite as well. 1 (12-pound) smoked whole ham, fully cooked 3 pints strawberries 2 tablespoons dark brown sugar 2 tablespoons cornstarch 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 jar (10- to 12-ounce) orange marmalade Radish sprouts or watercress sprigs, for garnish Page 8 HEALTH FOOD INTERNATIONAL 3939 M ST. PHILADELPHIA, PA 19124 Tel: (215) 289-5750 Fax (215) 289-5908 E-MAIL: [email protected] OPE SATUR N DAYS! We Accept All Major Credit Cards & Food Stamps WHOLESALE - RETAIL Open Saturday 10-6; Monday - Friday 7:30am-6:00 pm NOW OPEN SATURDAYS!!!! 1. Remove skin and trim some fat from smoked whole ham, leaving about 1/4 inch fat. With knife, score fat covering on ham crosswise, just through to the meat, into 1-inch-wide strips. Place ham on rack in large roasting pan (about 17-by-11 1/2 inches). Insert meat thermometer into center of ham, being careful that pointed end does not touch bone. Bake ham in 325 F oven 3 to 3 1/2 hours until thermometer reaches 140 F (15 to 18 minutes per pound). If ham browns too quickly, cover with a tent of foil. 2. About 30 minutes before ham is done, prepare strawberry sauce: Reserve 1 pint strawberries for garnish. Hull remaining strawberries. In 3-quart saucepan with potato masher or back of slotted spoon, mash strawberries. Stir in brown sugar, cornstarch, salt and orange marmalade; cook over medium heat until mixture thickens slightly and boils, stirring frequently. 3. To serve, place ham on warm large platter. Arrange radish sprouts and reserved whole strawberries around ham. Serve with strawberry sauce. Makes 24 servings. * Each serving: About 240 calories, 7g total fat, 60mg cholesterol, 1,770 sodium. For thousands of triple-tested recipes, visit our website at www.goodhousekeeping.com/recipefinder/. (c) 2015 Hearst Communications, Inc. All rights reserved Martinez Real Estate, Inc. LISTINGS WANTED! SOLD ! SOLD ! SOLD ! List Your Property with the #1 Juniata Park Seller! Call or Stop in Today! (215) 288-6300 4200 L Street Hablamos Español Philadelphia, PA. 19124 Where we make your American dream of owning your home, a reality Call us to find out about this and other great properties available! We have access to ALL First-Time Home Buyers programs. Rates as Low as 2.95% We make buying your 1st home affordable!!! JUNIATA NEWS, MARCH 31, 2015 Page 9 215-435-3909 Chocolate Peanut Butter Cheesecake! By Healthy Exchanges Want to REALLY impress someone? Place a tempting piece of this scrumptious cheesecake in front of them, then step back and wait for the magic to unfold. 2 (8-ounce) packages fat-free cream cheese 1 (4-serving) package sugarfree instant chocolate fudge pudding mix 2/3 cup nonfat dry milk powder 1 cup water 3/4 cup reduced calorie whipped topping 1 (6-ounce) purchased chocolate pie crust 6 tablespoons reduced-fat peanut butter 1 (2 1/2-inch) chocolate graham cracker square, made into crumbs 1 tablespoon chopped dry roasted peanuts 1. In a large bowl, stir cream cheese with a sturdy spoon until soft. Add dry pudding mix, dry milk powder and water. Mix well using a wire whisk. Blend in 1/4 cup whipped topping. Carefully spread mixture into pie crust. Refrigerate while preparing topping. 2. In a medium bowl, stir peanut butter with a spoon until soft. Fold in remaining 1/2 cup whipped topping. Spread mixture evenly over creamcheese filling. Evenly sprinkle chocolate graham-cracker crumbs and peanuts over top. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours. Makes 8 servings. * Each serving equals: 257 calories, 9g fat, 15g protein, 29g carb., 604mg sodium, 1g fiber; Diabetic Exchanges: 2 Starch/Carb., 1 1/2 Meat, 1 Fat. (c) 2015 King Features Synd., Inc. SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY LAW Hwa-RangWarriors TaeKwon-Do Win...No Award / No Fee All Cases Considered Special One week Free Trial !!! Let your child workout their body and mind. · · · · · Adult Classes Children Classes Help build Confidence Learn self discipline & focus Learn the Self-Defense art of TaeKwon-Do · Compete in Tournaments · Train 5 days a Week · 3 Flexible Children Class Times 3:30pm - 4:30pm , 4:30pm -5:30pm and 5:30pm - 6:30pm 4401 G Street Phila., PA 19120 Applications/Hearings/Appeals Immediate Access to Experienced Personnel We Strive For Quick Claim Approval Free Consultation Call Sabumnim Sean H. Sutton for more info: 215-888-8143 CALL TODAY FOR IMMEDIATE HELP! 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For the perfect hard-cooked eggs, decorated with homemade dye, follow the directions below. NOTE: The greenish color around the yolk of hard-cooked eggs is a natural result of sulfur and iron reacting at the surface of the yolk. It may occur when eggs are cooked too long or at too high of temperature, or when there is a high amount of iron in the cooking water. Although the color may be unappealing, the eggs are still wholesome and nutritious, and their flavor is unaffected.Greenish yolks can best be avoided by using the proper cooking time and temperature (avoid intense boiling) and by rapidly cooling the cooked eggs. Scrambled eggs can develop a greenish tint if overcooked at too high a temperature or if they are left too long in a metal pan. Preparing Eggs for Decoration Tip: Keep the egg carton to store your Easter eggs in! 1. Bring eggs to room temperature. 2. Place the eggs in room temperature water in a large pot. 3. Bring to a boil, then turn down to a low boil for 12 minutes. 4. Quickly chill the eggs in icecold water. 5. The eggs must be completely cool and dry to decorate successfully. 6. Hard-cooked eggs should be kept refrigerated and used within one week. Egg-cellent Decorating Tips 1. Use crayons to gently color a design on the hard-cooked Easter eggs. If you want to dye the crayondecorated eggs, the crayon wax will resist the dye and the design will show through. 2. Use craft supplies: buttons, sequins, glitter, beads, pieces of felt, or stickers. Use white or craft glue to attach the materials. 3. To make your own dye: Combine 1/2 to 1 tablespoon of food coloring with 2 teaspoons of white, distilled vinegar in a large cup or deep bowl. You can experiment by mixing the food coloring to create a variety of hues. Add water until the cup or bowl is half full. 4. Gently place the eggs into the dyeing liquid in the cup or bowl, using a soup spoon to avoid cracking the shell. 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Low Miles JUNIATA NEWS, MARCH 31, 2015 215-435-3909 Page 11 Petition is started to Save St. Laurentius Church Following last weeks announcement by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia that the St. Laurentius Church building in Fishtown will be demolished, a petition was started on Change.org to Save Saint Laurentius Church on Berks St. in Philadelphia. The Petition states: received. Please heed the call for help and allow Save Saint Laurentius the opportunity to repair their church so that more generations can come and experience the majesty within these walls. Please help us stop the wrecking ball from reducing this historic and cultural landmark to dust. Over 130 years ago, Philadelphians in the Fishtown neighborhood built Saint Laurentius Church with their hands to give their families a place to pray, to grow, to mourn and to celebrate. Many of these families were new to the United States and came to escape the oppression of new rule in Poland. Under the roof of this beautiful brownstone church, people shared common woes and joys, new relationships were forged under God and a beautiful community grew from that. Generations of Fishtowners and newcomers alike have gathered here to worship, to baptize, to confess, take communion, marry and mourn. What impresses me even more than this magnificent church, is the strong sense of community that this parish fostered. When you live in a city rich with architectural marvels, it is easy to start to take them for granted. This church meets the requirements for historic designation, but the Archdiocese executed their right deny that honor. In their stead, the parishioners would like to be given the opportunity to accept that designation proudly and be stewards to their beloved parish church. Like the generations before them who invested sizable sums to keep this church maintained and to allow for the addition of a rectory, convent, and school, the parishioner once again have come together... this time to save their beloved church. They have formed an organization to do just this, called Save St. Laurentius and they have raised substantial capital funds to do these repairs. Please do not let this beautiful landmark and her community be smashed to bits and fade from memory. This parish is fixable. It can be repaired. Save Saint Laurentius hired a Canon lawyer and has filed a formal appeal to the Vatican. They have raised the funds to move forward with the repair work. According to Canon Law, nothing can be done to destroy or alter this structure until the Vatican has released its formal decision on the appeal and yet, with St. Laurentius case still under Vatican review, on March 22, 2015 the Archdiocese of Philadelphia made a formal announcement that they are moving forward with the demolition. This parish, both the Gothic brownstone and the parishioners, deserve better than its unnecessary destruction. It can be saved, and it should be saved. The Archidocese should not be allowed to move forward with demolition until the formal reply from the Vatican is On Monday morning, there were already almost 1,400 supporters of the petition on Change.org. A Facebook page has also been created -- Save St. Laurentius Church. City Council President Darrell L. Clarke (5th District) issued a statement last week, saying I join St. Laurentius parishioners in expressing my disappointment in the Archdioceses announcement that this historic church will be demolished. After meeting with members of the church and Archdiocese officials, I was hopeful that all avenues toward preservation of this beautiful and sacred building would first be exhausted. The publics safety must always come first, but it is my and others understanding that preservation is Continued on Page 14 Bring the Children!!! MEET the Easter Bunny! free picture & candy at The K&A Walgreens Presented by the Kensington & Allegheny Business Association Saturday, April 4, 2015 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (Line will close exactly at 11:30 a.m.) Please, bring a can of food to donate to the homeless! JUNIATA NEWS, MARCH 31, 2015 215-435-3909 Page 12 Can Angels Save us? From the Pastors Pen Rev. David Scudder www.BethelChapelChurch.com [email protected] Bethel Chapel Church Corner of K & Lycoming Streets In recent years there has been a lot of fascination and speculation about angels. It often involves questions like: Are angels real? Is it possible to see one? Why do angels exist? What can angels do? Should we pray to angels? At times, religious peoples interest in angels has gotten so intense that it has even been called angelmania. At one point in the late 1980s, five of the top ten religious books were about angels. Some of the more popular books about angels make some amazing claims. For example, some say that angels can help you contact your dead relatives, provide guidance for important decisions, empower you to achieve your goals, bring healing to your body, and a whole host of other outlandish claims. What should we believe about angels? Everything that God has told us about them! One fact about angels that you may have never heard is that they are inferior to humans. That is what the Bible reveals. In spite of the fact that angels (for the present) have abilities that we dont have, like invisibility, strength, instant unhindered movement, they never age, etc., God has actually placed a higher importance upon men than He has upon angels. Let me show you how I know that is true. Read this passage from the Bible carefully. What is man, that You [God] remember him? Or the son of man, that You are concerned about him? You have made him for a little while lower than the angels; You have crowned him with glory and honor, and have appointed him over the works of your hands; You have put all things in subjection under his feet. For in subjecting all things to him, [i.e. mankind] He left nothing that is not subject to him . (Hebrews 2:6 8). From the beginning of the Bible, we see that God made the superiority of mankind very clear. When God first created human life on the earth, He declared, Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; and let them rule over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the sky and over the cattle and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth. God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them. God blessed them; and God said to them, Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it; and rule over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the sky and over every living thing that moves on the earth (Genesis 1:2628). In other words, God made mankind to be the master of this world, not &HOHEUDWH ZLWK XV *RRG)ULGD\ UG $SULO _SP (DVWHU6XQGD\ $SULOWK_DP +(¶6 5,6(1 7KHGHDWKDQGUHVXUUHFWLRQRI-HVXVFKDQJHVHYHU\WKLQJ angels. That sounds odd to us, doesnt it? If we are ruling the planet, we sure arent doing a very good job. This world is a mess. Many animals are dangerous to humans. We are largely helpless before hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, and a host of other natural disasters. We struggle to keep people from stealing from each other, and we cant even keep some people from killing other people. What went wrong? Sin is what ruined everything. When Adam and Eve rebelled against their all loving Creator, a barrier was created between them and their Lord. Life no longer worked like God intended. Its been pretty much downhill ever since. What is the solution? Do we need to ask angels to intervene in this world and straighten things out? Angels are not the answer. The Bible warns us against that idea. Let no one keep defrauding you of your prize by delighting in self-abasement and the worship of the angels, taking his stand on visions he has seen, inflated without cause by his fleshly mind (Colossians 2:18). The solution is so amazing and so wonderful, that only God could have thought it up. Since we have all failed to reflect our Creators holiness, God has come to our rescue. God came to earth, became one of us (when Jesus was born in Bethlehem), and then lived the perfect life that none of us could live. Therefore, [Jesus] had to be made like His brethren in all things, so that He might become a merciful and faithful high priest in things pertaining to God (Hebrews 2:17). Then Jesus offered Himself up as a perfect sacrifice to pay the penalty for our sin. The Bible makes this very clear in verses like this one: But we do see Him who was made for a little while lower than the angels, namely, Jesus, because of the suffering of death crowned with glory and honor, so that by the grace of God He might taste death for everyone (Hebrews 2:9). Since angels are under Christs rule (see Ephesians 1:21, Colossians 1:16; 2:10 and 1 Peter 3:22), He is the only One who can straighten out our mess. Angels cant solve our most important needs because only Jesus can wash away our sin and change our hearts. When we put our complete faith in Christ we will, have eternal life. For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life (John 3:1516). PAIN & ACCIDENT SPECIALISTS Chiropractic Se Habla Espanol. Massage Therapy Rehabilitation Health Bridge Chiropractic & Rehabilitation 1216 E. 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Clio 4. Messina 5. Thomas More 6. 1927 7. Betty Grable 8. 11 9. Charles Dickens 10. A metal element (c) 2015 King Features Synd., Inc. 215-435-3909 Petition is started to Save St. Laurentius Church Continued from Page 11 indeed possible, especially if the Vatican chooses to intervene. I respectfully ask the Archdiocese to hold off on demolition of St. Laurentius until parishioners who have appealed to the Vatican for assistance receive a formal response. St. Laurentius is special and sacred to so many families who have a generational attachment to this place of worship. As long as the public is in no immediate danger, the St. Laurentius community ought to be given time to seek the finances and assistance required to preserve the church. Historic preservation is an interest of the City as well. I hope to continue discussions with stakeholders in order to arrive at a more satisfying conclusion for all parties involved. LETTERS Mail letters to: JUNIATA NEWS P.O. 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The film won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay, on top of a pile of nominations. Cumberbatch should have taken the Best Actor, but that of course went to Eddie Redmayne, who was in a different biopic about a different British genius struggling against non-scientific challenges. Still, Cumberbatchs performances and Keira Knightly playing opposite stand strong. Interstellar (PG-13) In the not-too-distant future, crops are failing, populations are dwindling and the earth is enshrouded in a new Dust Bowl. Matthew McConaughey stars as Cooper, a brilliant engineer forced into farming for the past few years, like everyone else who takes on a last-ditch space mission to find a new home for mankind, somewhere among the stars. Cooper and scientist Dr. Brand (Anne Hathaway) must travel through a wormhole from which no one has ever returned.Directed by Christopher Nolan (Inception, The Dark Knight trilogy), this space adventure has some cool ideas Benedict Cumberbatch in The Imitation Game covered up by stretches of boredom and cheesy dialog. I couldnt contain laughter when Hathaway ardently declares that love is a quantifiable entity. Its a long ride with some cool twists, but the movie plows through most of the emotional rest stops along the way. YOU Choose The Deal! Promotional Packages Starting At... mo Promotional Packages Starting At FOR 12 MONTHS Not eligible for Hopper or HD. Commercial-Free TV Wild (R) Reese Witherspoon plays a woman who takes a solo walk for more than 1,100 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail for reasons that arent easy to spell out, even for her. There a sense that she has no control over her life. 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