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The time has come, the walrus said, ' : ' + .... " The Bilingual_ ,.. TO TALK OF MANY THINGS : :o r 1 e r /j4 of shoes and ships and sealing wax of cabbages and kings by Sal Giarratani by Orazlo Buttafuoco CELLUCCI IN NORTH END cousins due to a Drew building was torn down IX) SAPEVATE CHE ... Lo State del Vaticano ha redatto una nuova legge centre il riciclaggio xli denaro ed il terrorismo. La nuova legge inoltre riguarda Io IOR (istituto opere di religione) che e' la banca del Vaticano. Padre Federico Lombardo, portavoce della Santa Sede, ha spiegato Io scope della legge 127, ed ha chiarito che la legge impone trasparenza, onesta' e responsabflita'. E' stat0 tl Papa che ha volute questa legge che riguarda tutti i soggetti vaticani o legati ella Santa Sede. La pubblicazione delle nuove leggi per to State del Vaticano, per i Dicasteri della Curia Remand e per gli Organismi ed Enti dipendenti della Santa Sede, e' un evento che ha un significato morale e pastorale di enorme portata. Padre Lombardo ha spiegato ai giornalisti che gli organismi vaticani saranno menD vulnerabili di fronte ai continui rischi che si corrono inevitabilmente quando si maneggia del denaro. Insomma la Chiesa sara' "piu' credibile" davanti alia comunita' internazionale ed ai suet membri. E questo, per il Papa, e' di importanza vitale per la sue missione evangelica nello spirito della trasparenza e della credibilita'. Nel contesto mondiale sempre piu' 'globalizzato', purtroppo le realta' economiche ed anche finanziarie senD sovente campo di attivita' illegali, come il riciclaggio di proventi di attivita' criminose ed il finanziamento del terrorismo, veri pericoli per la giustizia e la pace nel monde. DID YOU KNOW THAT ... The Vatican State has enacted a new law against recycling of money and terrorism. Furthermore, the new law relates to the Ion (institute for religious works), which is the Vatican's bank, Father Federic0' Lombardi, the spokesman for the Holy See, explained (to the press) the purpose of the new law '127', detailing that the law demands transparency, honesty and responsibility, it was the Pope himself that wanted this law, which is addressed to all Vatican people connected to the Holy See. The publication of the new laws for the Vatican State, for the Executive Governing bodies of the Roman Curia, and for all the agencies and departments (of the Holy See) is an event that has a moral and pastoral significance of great importance. Father Lombardi explained to the press people that tho Vatican's departments will be .less vulnerable to the continuous risks people inevitably go through when they handle money. In other words, the Church "will appear more to its members. Which, to the Pope, is of vital importance in his evangelical mission in the spirit of transparency and credibility. In the worldwide context further globalized, re- gretfully both the economic and financial realities become the battlefield of iUcgal activiUc~, ~uch a~ recycling of money from criminal activities and financial support of terrorism, RECENTLY Former Governor Paul Cellucci and some of his former staff gathered at Filippo's recently to raise bucks for the Cellucci ALS Champion Fund at UMass Medical Center. DEVELOPER SEES 2012 START FOR WATERFRONT PROPERTY On september 21, devel- oper John Drew announced his intention to begin con- struction next spring on Waterside Place, which would bring 236 apartments and retail stores to a section of Congress Street on the South Boston waterfront. Drew said construction of apartments would be along Congress Street across from the South Boston Conven- tion Center would be the first phase of a larger devel- opment which would bring in retail opportunities and per- haps a large supermarket. Said Drew, "The housing component will bring more vitality to the area. I think it would also help give re- tailers confidence that there is enough business for them to come down here and open new operations." Drew, whose company developed the Boston World Trade Center and Seaport Hotel, is a well-respected Massachusetts developer whose extended family had Charlestown roots. In fact, he and I are almost first PI:IA1:I:I TO JUDE May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and pre- served throughout the world now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus pray for us. St. Jude. worker of miracles, pray for us. St. Jude, help of the hopeless, and Harrington family connection. CONNOLLY TAKES CAMPAIGN TO EASTIE City Councilor John Con- nelly showed up at Kelley Square Pub in Eastie for a well-attended Sunday brunch co-sponsored by City Coun- cilor Sal LaMattina, Senator Anthony Petruccelli and Rep- resentative Carlo Basile. ON THE CAMPAIGN WITH ... The other evening while over at the great fundraiser for the Irish Social Club in West Roxbury, I met Will Dorcena, he is one of the candidates running for City Councilor at Large in November. His sister is Linda. Dorcena Ferry who is a state representative serv- ing a Dorchester-Mattapan House district. Dorcena is a first time candidate and has been making the rounds of the city's neighborhoods trying to build some name recognition. NEVER TOO EARLY TO PLAN AHEAD The East Boston Columbus Day ParadeC0mmittee will be presenting~"An Evening of Music & Comedy" on Octo- ber 29 at the Madonna Queen Shrine Hail. This year's Columbus Day Parade in the North End hasn't even marched yet but it is never too early to start fundraising for any parade. The more you raise, the better the parade. For more details on this up omin+ O+tabar +vant, all Joe Ruggiero at 617-590- 3035 or e-marl EBColumbus Committee@gmail. com. NEW MASS MENTAL HEALTH CENTER OPENS IN NOVEMBER real dangers for justice and world peace, pray ferns. Latest news has the new Say this prayer 9 times a day and ]L~---.-- "lt~r..,.~.J~.l ITA~.la-IL~ f'~.~--4----- by the 8th day your prayers will be ,,,~. wzeut~ n~ztu ~nL~ (~L~2y-(~~~..~JJl~/7"X~ answered. It has never been buildings scheduled to open known to fail. Publication must be on November 1 with a grand ~::::~. My prayers have b;~ 0pcning to bc held on M0n- (-.~.~ L L0 ['4]++@0110 "" day, November 14. The old L0' i Soles & Re, ,Dis Real Estate : 376 North Street Boston, MA 02113 (617) 5!3 2100o Fax (617)523-3530 ' Happy Columbus Day Boston Harborside Home Joseph A. Langone 580 Commercial St. Boston, MA 02109 617-536-4110 www.bostonharborsidehome.com Augustave M. Sabia, Jr. Trevor Slauenwhite Frederick ]. Wobrock Dine C. Manca Courtney A. Fitzgibbons J Iappy Columbus+gay 500 Canterbury Street Boston, MA 02131 /\ .... 617,524.1036 www.stmichaelcemetery.com the Italian community for over 100 years! several wonths ago. That facility had closed up in November 2003 and re- located to the Lemuel Shat- tuck Hospital in Jamaica Plain. The original structure was opened in 1912. The new D.M.H. facility will now con- sist of two buildings. One on Binney Street and another on Vining Street. Next year will mark the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of Mass. Mental Health Center and a 100th Anniversary celebra- tion is scheduled for June 24, 2012 The original name- change took place in 1956. ED COPPINGER CHIP OFF OLD BLOCK Bumped into Representa- tive Ed Coppinger in West Roxbury near Roche Bros., recently and it was the first time I met him since getting elected last year replacing Senator Mike Rush who left his saf~ House seat for the State Senate that Marian Welsh retired from after many terms in office. I re- member his father, another vote and vote for his con- stituents. I praised him for all his hard work and efforts in saving the Irish Social Club. Both he and City Councilor Matt O'Malley have worked very hard and the successful September 9.4 fundraiser for the social club couldn't have happened without either of them. JAC]~-O-LANTERN A Service Family Affiliate of AFFS/Service Corporation International 206 Winter St., Fall River, MA 02720 Telephone 508-676-2454 ~pECTACULAR Cheek out the daek-0- Lantern Spectacular at Roger Williams Park Zoo presented by Citizens Bank from October 6-31. For more information, go to rwzoo.org. 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