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Page 6 POST-GAZETTE, MARCH 11,2011 AU. THAT ZAZZ b.______~y Mary N. DiZ__.____azzo An Evening of Wine and Chocolate -- Drink it and Eat it, Stay Healthy and Beautiful Ciao Bella, As I entered the elegant Back Bay College Club I felt an inviting feeling. Come, sit down, relax and indulge! That is exactly what my hus- band David and I did. As the pocket doors rolled open into the exquisite din- ing room there were only oooooo's and ahhhhh's from the other twenty or so tast- ers! The presentation of Wine and Chocolate was simply divine• Meet Harry Silverstein a wine connois- seur who has expertly paired wine and port to chocolate• Say hello to the Chocolate Man Dorian, a choco exper- tise, who with Harry's wine is bringing a flavor of knowl- edge within this marriage of two of life's most fay in- dulgences. So let's get edu- cated! It will be a memorable event to treat yourself, friend or lover to this matrimony of love! As we have all heard in the press chocolate is so good for you. It benefits the circula- tory system, known to lower blood pressure. Dark choco- late is "king" for most health benefits. Chocolate phenols have been shown to protect• the arteries• from plaque for- mation. Maybe it should be an apple and a cup of cocoa a day ... Bacchus knew his bever- ages but probably not the health benefits. Sipping the wine slowly produces a slow reach to blood circulation causing decrease of certain cancers and heart disease• So there we have it: Choco- late and Wine for the body and mind! So follow these teachers of The Boston Chocolate School who will flavor your world with style -- if you thought you loved Wine and Chocolate already you must not miss this unique oppor- tunity in the culinary world in our fair city~ So for the love of chocolate: Buona giornata, -- Mary DiZazzo-Trumbull Read prior weeks' ."All That Zazz" columns at www.aUthat Mary is a third-gen, eration cosmetologist and a Massachusetts distributor of Kosmea brand rose hip oil products. 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Saint Leonard Parish, Two Upcoming Events by • Saint Leonard Parish will host to two major events during the month of April. The first event will take place at Sacred Heart Church the evening of Friday, April Ist and all day Saturday, April 2nd, it is the Boston Archdiocese Fourth Eucharistic Congress for College Students and Young Adults• The event offers the opportunity for young adults to meet new people, listen to dynamic speakers, pray in new ways, get involved with Christian service and cel- ebrate Mass with Cardinal Scan O'Malley and partici- pate in an evening Eucha- ristic procession. Featured speakers at the "event will be Father Roger Landry, Andreas Widmer and Sister Mary Karen Toomey. Father Roger Landry is ex- ecutive editor of the Anchor, the weekly newspaper of the Diocese of Fall River and pas- tor of Saint Anthony of Padua Parish in New Bedford, MA. Father Langley is a graduate of Harvard College and re- ceived his seminary training at Emmitsburg, MD, Saint Philip's Seminary, Toronto and the North American Col- lege, Rome where he did advanced studies at the Pope John Paul II Institute for the Bennett Molinari and Richard Molinari Study of Marriage and Fam- ily. Father Langley has lectured widely on the late Holy Father's thoughts, par- ticularly his writings and pastoral approach to young people• Andreas Widmer works closely with top entrepre- neurs, investors and faith leaders around the world to foster enterprise solutions to poverty and promote virtuous business practices• He is a seasoned business executive with experience in high-tech and interna- tional business strategy with credits and achievements are too numerous to be included in this column. Mr. Widmer has worked extensively in the United States, Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America. He has brought more than 100 lead- ing-edge technology products to market. He is an author on the connection between entrepreneurship, economic development and spiritual- ity. Andreas served as Pontifical Swiss Guard from 1986- 1988 protecting Pope John Paul II. He holds two business degrees from Switzerland pl,us a B.S. in International Business from Merrimack College and a M.A. in Ministry from Saint John's Seminary, Boston. He is a citizen of both Swit- zerland and the United States. Andreas was recently knighted in the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre and is a member of Legatus, the Catholic CEO organiza- tion. He loves to spend time with his wife and son, enjoys fly-fishing, skiing and is an avid reader. Sister Mary Karen Toomey is a member of the Sisters of Life, a contemplative active community of women religious whose fourth vow is dedicated to the protec- tion and enhancement of the sacredness of human life. The Sisters of Life were founded in 1991 by John Car- dinal O'Connor, the late Archbishop of New York. Sister is from the Shenan- doah Valley of Virginia. She studied English Literature at the University of Virginia and was greatly influenced by the late Pope John Paul If. The Sisters host many retreats to build up the Culture of Life. Sister Mary Karen professed final vows in 2008 and is currently missioned ~to Villa Maria Guadalupe Retreat Center in Connecticut where she (Continued on Page 12) The Elder Service Plan helps older adults stay in our community and live in their own homes, for as long as possible. 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