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The Railroad That Changed America Forever

February 5, 2023 Credit, ClassicStock/Alamy “You can almost feel the pain it caused,” says Roland Hsu, inside the railroad tunnel dug into Pico Donner, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, in the US state of California. Rough and irregular, the tunnel walls bear little resemblance to the underground passages dug by …

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The Railroad That Changed America Forever

5 hours ago Credit, ClassicStock/Alamy “You can almost feel the pain it caused,” says Roland Hsu, inside the railroad tunnel dug into Pico Donner, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, in the US state of California. Rough and irregular, the tunnel walls bear little resemblance to the underground passages dug by …

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The ideal length of a homily, according to Pope Francis

Francis again urged priests to shorten the length of their homilies and recalled that they are a “sacrament” Homily: a subject dear to Pope Francis. The pontiff dedicated part of his apostolic exhortation to her. Evangelii Gaudium in 2013, and recently made a speech against excessively long sermons, even qualifying …

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