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Dr. Harper interviews William Federer of American Minute to talk about terrorism of Moslem extremists and the history of Islam. Check out his web site at:
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Dr. Harper interviews Eric Barger of Take A Stand Ministries to talk about the Yasidi group in Iraq that President Obama was seeking to rescue and about the terrorist group Isis in Iraq. Erick Barger is a guest speaker on apologetics and is speaking at the New Life Christian Center in Emmett, Idaho Sunday AM and PM services August 24. For more info about his ministry, visit his web site at:
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Dr. Harper interviews Gina Gibson of the National Day of Prayer Mountain States to comment about prayer in Colorado and elsewhere and up to date events (i.e. the Carols At The Capitol event at State Capitols throughout our nation December 13 - web site of .
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From Washington, D.C. and the White House, Dr. Harper interviews volunteer IMCNews reporter Frank Shelton while at the White House today to give an update regarding the White House press meeting they attended.
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As Peter Maughan, MD, medical director, Intermountain Medical Center Neurosciences Institute, added, “Participating in QOD is another step in our commitment to providing quality care that is both efficient and cost effective.”
Robert E. Harbaugh, MD, FAANS, chair of the NPA, stated, “QOD Spine is the largest spine surgery registry in North America and has been generating reliable data for benchmarking, documenting the value of surgical care and quality improvement. We realized we needed a data reporting solution not only for individual practices but also for hospitals and hospital systems. The addition of high performing health systems like Intermountain will add to the value of the registry and to the well-being of our patients.”
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In her retirement, Nora Gleason continued to be active, giving private lessons in her studio-residences at various addresses on the lower Avenues. But hard work now took an increasing toll on her fragile constitution. On April 9, 1918, she became ill, embarking on a long decline that culminated in her hospitalization and death at 5:30 p.m. on May 26 in Holy Cross Hospital, an institution founded by her beloved Bishop Scanlan. Bishop Glass himself administered the last sacraments to her. She was 45 years old.
The beauty Nora Gleason brought into her world reached beyond the Catholic community. Soon after her death, the Intermountain Catholic published a poem written in her memory by Kate Thomas. Like Nora, Kate Thomas had a lifelong love for the arts and letters and never married, giving her life and energies instead to her literary craft.
The E. L. Wiegand Foundation continues to believe in and strengthen Catholic education in the diocese through annual grants. With Wiegand foundation monies schools have been able to: