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  • Mass may be offered on a feast of the Greater or Lesser Double Rite, when offered immediately post acceptum nuncium; otherwise, the Mass loses all privileges, and a day of the Semi-Double Rite must be awaited (S.C. R.decr. 2461, ad 6).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Human contact occurred only when meals were brought in three times a day during the last six days of the initiation that all Diluvians aspired to.

    The Ark

  • We used to carry 1,500 people a day or more in 60s and '70s, said Murray Scudder, whose father helped found a tour boat business after JFK was elected president.

    Kennedy family divided over Mass. compound

  • People, ages 19 and older, consume an average of 412 calories a day from beverages, including soda, fruit drinks, alcoholic beverages, whole and low-fat milk, juices and other calorie-containing drinks, his research shows.

    Skinny, low-calorie beverages for hot summer days

  • Britain's Conservative and Liberal parties ended a day of consultations with a pledge that economic stability and a reduction of the deficit would be at the heart of their plans.

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  • The solemn Mass of a late sumptum anniversary may be celebrated on a day of the Lesser Double Rite, but not of the Greater Double.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Children and teens consume about 390 calories a day from beverages, says Barry Popkin, a nutrition professor at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and one of the nation's top experts on beverage consumption.

    Skinny, low-calorie beverages for hot summer days

  • Catholic piety has made Holy Thursday a day of exceptional devotion to the Blessed Sacrament, and the repository is the centre of the love and aspirations of the faithful.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Henceforth he forced himself to that regimen of work which he observed all his life, the regimen of a Carthusian or cenobite in art; one meal a day at about seven in the evening, two rapid walks lasting an hour before and after work between his dwelling at Montmartre and his studio at Neuilly, sessions of nine or ten hours of incessant work, in the evening, reading, drawing, music, and conversation with his friends.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • We know that a day will come when Jesus will pluck us from this pit of hope-crushing circumstances and place us squarely in the arms of God forever.

    The Courage To Be Christian

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