Mass honors D’Arcy’s life

first_imgThe Notre Dame community will commemorate the life of Bishop Emeritus John D’Arcy of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend at a Mass today in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, University Spokesman Dennis Brown announced in an email Tuesday. University President Fr. John Jenkins will preside over the 5:15 p.m. service. Theology professor John Cavadini, director of the Institute for Church Life, will deliver a eulogy for D’Arcy. D’Arcy, who passed away Sunday, visited Notre Dame often during his tenure as bishop to celebrate Mass, ordain Holy Cross priests and deacons and administer the Sacrament of Confirmation for members of the University community. He received the Rev. Howard J. Kenna, CSC, award in 2003 for his service to Notre Dame and the Congregation of Holy Cross.last_img read more

BC Ferries’ third LNG vessel enters service early

first_imgImage courtesy of BC FerriesBC Ferries’ third LNG-fueled vessel, the Salish Raven will start its service on the Tsawwassen – Southern Gulf Islands route early, replacing the 53-year old Queen of Nanaimo.The company had to fast track the LNG-fueled vessel into service as the Quen of Nanaimo, which is set to retire from the fleet during the fall, experienced a mechanical problem last week.Salish Raven will have its inaugural sailing on Thursday, August 3, BC Ferries said.Mark Wilson, BC Ferries’ vice president of engineering, said, “Engineers have been unable to determine the root cause of the problem with the Queen of Nanaimo as yet, so we are focusing our crew resources into getting the new ship, Salish Raven, into service sooner than we had originally planned.”Salish Raven will be based at Tsawwassen terminal for the summer servicing the Southern Gulf Islands.Salish Eagle, which entered service in June, will now move to Long Harbour on Salt Spring Island to sail in the Southern Gulf Islands, BC Ferries said.Salish Orca entered service on the Comox – Powell River route in May.last_img read more

Franklin County crash injures two

first_imgFranklin County, In. — A two-vehicle crash on Monday injured two people.A report from the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department says a car driven by Becky Paugh, 22, of Rushville, was eastbound on Old U.S. 52 when she went left of center while negotiating a curve. Paugh collided with another vehicle driven by Anthony Sizemore, 30, of Laurel.Paugh was transported to a local hospital by private vehicle. Her passenger, Tammy Conley, 28, of Laurel, was flown from the scene for treatment. Sizemore was not injured.The accident remains under investigation.last_img read more

Super Eagles Coordinator Becomes Bauchi FA Chairman

first_imgSpeaking immediately after the election, the new Chairman, Paschal Patrick said there was no winner in the election instead they will all work to serve football in the state.He promised to do everything possible to restructure the game of football in Bauchi State.He said he accepted the challenge of piloting the affairs of football administration in the state and promised never to let the delegates down.The election which was conducted in a peaceful manner took place at the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Stadium, Bauchi yesterday.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Segun Awofadeji in BauchiFormer Super Eagles player and coordinator of the senior national team, Mr Paschal Patrick has emerged as the new Bauchi FA Chairman having scored the highest number of 13 votes 13 to defeat two other candidates.He is to pilot Bauchi football affairs for the next three years.Others elected include; Adamu Umar Madachi as Vice Chairman I, while Abass Usman Shehu, Abubakar Garbage and Kabiru Yusuf emerged as members.last_img read more