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Page14 - Pb:I'-'AZETTE, N'O'E'M B E R 4,' 20"1:1" " LO SAPEVATE CHE ... Ad una recente udienza papale a funzionari della Questura di Roma, awenuta nella Sala Delle Benedizioni, il Papa ha colto roccasione per esprimere la sua preoccupazione per l'indebolimento del senso mo- rale ed etico della societa' italiana. Si e' rivolto alia societa'ed alle pubbliche istituzioni di riscoprire la vera moralita' e per dare maggiore consistenza ai valori etici e giuridici della vita pratica. II Papa evito' ogni riferimento alle inchieste in corso che coinvolgono il Premier Silvio Berlusconi. Mail Segretario di Stato Vaticano. Cardinale Tarciso Bertone. e'. stato piu' coraggioso chiedendo moralita' e legalita'. Il Presidente della eEl (Conferenza Episcopale ltaliana), Cardinale Angelo Bagnasco dell'Arcidiocesi di Genova, ha persino parlato della vicenda Ruby aggiungendo che questa vieenda sara' esaminata dalla Conferenza Episcopale. II Cardinale di Torino. Cesare Nosiglia. ha affermato che chi ha responsabilita' pubblica ha anche maggiore responsabilita' nel privato, e le due dimensioni non vanno separate, ed in tutti c'e' preoccupazione per quanto sta accadendo. I] periodico "Famiglia Cristiana" ha espresso "angoscia: per gli effetti dello scandalo ad Arcore, nella villa di Berlusconi. dove si sono svolte indecenti feste, che saranno esaminate nel processo che e' in corso. II Papa e' stato piu' diplomatico appellandosi ai "cristiani" augurandosi che trovino nuova risolutezza nel professare la fede, e nel compiere il bene. DID YOU KNOW THAT ... At a recent Papal audience re- served to the leaders of Rome's Provincial National Police, held in the Hall of the Benedictions. the Pope took the opportunity to express his "preoccupation" over the weak- ening of the moral and ethical spirit of the Italian society. He appealed to the Italian society and to the public institu- tions hoping they discover the true morality and give a new foundation to the ethical and judicial values of daily life. The Pope avoided any allusion to the ongoing investiga- tion involving the Premier. Silvio Berlusconi. However, the Secretary of State of the Vatican. Cardinal Tarciso Bertone. went even further demanding morality and legality. The President of eEl (italian Episcopal Conference), Cardinal Angelo Bagnasco of the Genova's Archdioceses, even spoke about the "Ruby Case," adding that this scandal will be closely examined by the C El. The head of the Torino Arch- dioceses. Cardinal Cesare Nosiglia. stated that whoever has public responsibility has a larger one in the "private," and the two dimensions cannot be split, and everyone is preoccupied for the things that are going on. The maga- zine "Famiglia Cristiana" has expressed its anguish over the repercussions of the scandalous parties going on at Arcore, where the Berlusconi's villa is located: its events will be the focus at the trila already underway. The Pope sounded quite diplomatic by appealing to all "Christians." hoping that they find a more resolute spirit in their profession of the faith, as well as in doing good! The Agency for all your Insurance Coverages Richard Settipane 00700/.r4nce AUTO HOMEOWNERS TENANTS COMMERCIAL Experience makes the difference SPECIALIST in RESTAURANT and BUSINESS POLICIES CALL TODAY FOR YOUR QUOTE 617-523-3456 - Fax 617-723-9212 1 Longfellow - Place Suite 2322 - Boston, MA 02114 Conveniently located with Free Parking LETTERS POLICY The Post-Gazette invites its readers to submit Letters to the Editor. Letters should be typed, double-spaced and must include the writer's name, address and telephone number. Anonymous letters are not accepted for publication. Due to space considerations, we request that letters not exceed two double-spaced, type-written pages. * This newspaper reserves the right to edit letters for style, grammar and taste and to limit the number of letters published from any One person or organization. Deadline for submission is 12:00 noon on the Monday prior to the Friday on which the writer wishes to have the material published. Submission by the deadline does not guarantee .publication. Send letter to: Pamela Donnaruma, Editor, The Post-Gazette, P.O. Box 130135, Boston, MA 02113 The time has come, the walrus said, TO TALK OF MANY THINGS of shoes and ships and sealing wax of cabbages and kings by Sal Giarratani COMMUNITY AWARDS BANQUET COMING SOON The North End Against Drugs folks will be holding their annual Community Awards Banquet at Filippo's on Saturday, November 19. For more details email A NEW SALVATORE'S OPENS The Italian chain Salva- tore's has just opened a new restaurant at 545 Washing- ton Street in the Theater District. I've been to their place over in the Seaport District. This latest location is Salvatore's number four. CONGRATS TO ECCO Ecco Restaurant and Lounge just celebrated their third anniversary. If you're entering East Boston from the tunnel, its right there smack in front of you. They've got a super large parking lot by Eastie stan- dards. The food is great as are the drinks and prices. too. My friend Dave Modica and his wife Carla Santarpio have done a great job with tKe place. It keeps evolving into a better place as time goes by. SALESIANS PASTA DINNER NOVEMBER The Salesians Boys & Girls Club will be holding a Pasta Dinner at their place on Friday, November 4 from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm. Call 617-569-6551 for further information. A "Thank You" goes out to Jeveli's Restau- rant and Carlo's Catering. KUDOS TO LATIN ACADEMY PARENTS Latin Academy will not be getting relocated thanks to the efforts of parents and students who stood up to that unwise move. Superinten- dent Carol R. Johnson has abandoned that decision of hers. Parents could have just given up and relented to the move but they held their ground over the proposed move to Hyde Park and spoke out loud and clear. HAPPY 17 5 TM ANNIVERSARY TO ST. PATRICK'S IN ROXBURY Cardinal O'Malley helped St. Patrick's Parish in Rox- bury bring a close to its year- long 175 th anniversary of the founding of the parish in 1836 at the Old St. Patrick's Church on Northampton Street. When I was a kid in St. Philip's Parish, Old St. Pat's was part of my two church parishes. Old St. Pat's outgrew its congre- gation, which then moved up to Hampden Street to the present St. Patrick's Church on Dudley Street. Back in the sixties, the archdiocese renovated Old St. Pat's which at that time was quite his- toric being only the second Catholic church in the arch- diocese. Unfortunately, that building was the victim of arson not many years later and was destroyed. Remem- bering St. Patrick Church for me also means remember- ing Old St. Pat's as well. CASINO NITE AT HOLY NAME IN WEST ROXBURY Holy Name parish in Roslindale-West Roxbury will be holding a casino night to benefit the Holy Name Youth Service Group. It all happens on Saturday, November 5 at 7:00 pm. Funds raised will go to supporting a students' trip to New Orleans. Tickets can be purchased at the rectory or go to holynameyouthservice FENIAN SONS AT EMERALD SOCIETY CLUB The Fenian Sons are returning to the Emerald Society Hall on Birch Street in Roslindale Square On No- vember 1 i, 2011. It promises to be an awesome show. For more details, contact The Boston Police Emerald Soci- ety, at 617-323-9018. WE'RE TALKING CHRISTMAS TIME AGAIN The Sicilian Association of Greater Boston will be host- ing their 13  Annual Christ- mas Dinner Dance on Saturday, December 10 at 6:30 pm at the American Le- gion Post 440 in Newton. Call for tickets and further de- tails by November 15 at 781- 762-6273 or 617-773-1634. OOPS DEPT. Last week there was two typos Ron McIntyre is the unofficial Mayor of West Roxbury not Roxbury. I acci- dently created the "ficti- tious" Elaine Miller When in fact I meant to say Gail Miller. Sorry about that Gall! KELLEY'S SQUARE PUB Kelley's Square Pub in East Boston is definitely the place to go. You'll find any- one who's anyone there. Recently City Council Presi- dent Stephen Murphy pre- sided over a great campaign event at Kelley's last week. The place was packed. FINAL TWO DAYS OF LIVE RACING AT SUFFOLK DOWNS TO COINCIDE WITH BREEDERS' CUP WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS Suffolk Downs will conduct a special live racing card on Friday and conclude its 2011 racing season on Saturday in conjunction with simul- casting of the two-day Breed- ers' Cup World Champion- ships from Churchill Downs in Louisville, KY. Suffolk Downs will run eight races both Friday and Saturday. First post time on Friday is 12:45 p.m. Special first post on Saturday is 11:55 a.m. The track will offer full simulcast wagering on all 15 Breeders' Cup races. There are six Breeders' Cup races on Friday and nine on Sat- urday, culminating with the $5 million Breeders' Cup Classic. Advance wagering on Saturday's Breeders' Cup races is available Friday. After the live racing sea- son concludes, Suffolk Downs remains open year- round for sinmlcasting. The POST-GAZETTE newspaper is a paper of general circulation. We are qualified to accept legal notices from any court in each town that we serve. 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