Such squandering, multiplied by a succession of administrations and Congresses
, has produced an escalating national debt--with each and every American now owing about $25,000.
One could easily gauge the pulse of Baptist life in America by the issues raised every year, and by the decade, at the Congresses
The nation's financial corporations were taking no chances after near misses in the 104th and 105th Congresses
of philosophy, traditionally organized since 1948 under the aegis of the International Federation of Philosophical Societies (FISP), have taken place, on average,every five years throughout this century.
The international Eucharistic Congresses
are great pilgrimages centred on the Eucharistic mystery.
It happened in Democratic Congresses
, and it is happening under Republicans.