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Op-Ed: Being thankful that Thanksgiving is more than just a word

Thanksgiving in America hasn't always been a day of over-eating, football and shopping, as it is today. It's a shame that it has become so consumer-driven like it has, and we have no one to blame but ourselves. But Thanksgiving is more than just a word.

A brief history of 'Thanksgiving' in America

While there is no record detailing exactly what the Pilgrims prepared for their "Thanksgiving Celebration," historians widely believe that the traditional fare of turkey and pie were not on the settlers menu.

Mardi Gras Preparations Underway for New Orleans, Louisiana Towns

New Orleans is identified with Mardi Gras in the United States. It looks forward to crowds this weekend. In the meantime, other towns in Louisiana are gearing up for their own parades and parties and hoping to turn recession woes to wonderful news

Patriotism Blossoms On Fourth Across U.S.

BOSTON - As most of the nation celebrated America's 225th birthday on Wednesday with parades, fireworks and barbecues, thousands of immigrants marked Independence Day by embracing their new home. President Bush was in the nation's birthplace, Phila...

Symbolic Move By John Paul II Ends Millennial Year Of Events

VATICAN CITY — Pope John Paul II pulled shut the Holy Door of St. Peter’s Basilica Saturday, solemnly ending the Vatican’s Jubilee Year of repentance that drew some 25 million pilgrims to Rome. ‘We know with certainty that the door of your clem

Pope: Rome gay pride festival offensive

Vatican City - Pope John Paul II bitterly denounced the gay pride festival in Rome as offensive to Christians and said Sunday that homosexual acts are contrary to natural law. The pontiff spoke from his balcony overlooking St. Peter's Square the...

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