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By: Mat G.
All Saints Catholic Church
I started going to All Saints when I was a kid, back when Fr. McKay was pastor. Upon returning home after moving out of state for many years, I found All Saints to be a large, brand new church which replaced my old but beautiful church. More often than not visiting priests celebrate the mass than the pastor, Fr. Caruso. A visiting priest, Fr. "O," has had some very disturbing homilies in the past. This summer, for example, he said something like "Love between two men is not love...." and much more, but I was too shocked to absorb the rest.Who is he to judge what is love? I had invited a friend to mass with me, who happened to be gay. I was so ashamed that I invited a friend to a place which had been so welcoming and special to me, only to discover that he was welcomed with judgement and hate.Fr. "O" is a clear Trump supporter and was very rude after he won the election, and I will not even try to explain some of his comments about liberals needing to get over the election. I was so shaken by his comments that I cannot remember it all too much. If you are a Trump supporter, and think gays cannot possibly love this church is for you. The amazing, welcoming priests like Fr. McKay, Fr. Morales are no more.
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By: John M.
Valley Sleep Center
Got mixed feelings about this...the staff at the center was great! The facilities were very nice, clean and seemed well organized. Doctor was great. Respitory therapist was great as well. However, the business aspect was something else. I think they were too lazy to re-verify my insurance in February as I had asked. Atleast then I would have been prepared for the $1800 bill instead fo the suprise I got in the mail.
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By: Starkiller S.
FastMed Urgent Care in Mesa on Power Rd.
great place and cheaper then regular dr.. i go here every 4 months for checkups... i was reading the other review that review is for nextcare i believe its a different company... FastMeds at this location is great... just make sure its not to busy.. it can be a long wait
By: Cap R.
Building New Bridges, Inc
A refreshing change from the average clinic experience. No wait service makes the entire process four star. the staff is genuine and does a great job. If you are looking for a home base in the East Valley check New Bridges out
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By: Ellen N.
Building New Bridges, Inc
What a big change from other methadone clinics I've been to since I moved to the valley. There is no wait, the staff is great, friendly counselors, and the medical staff knows what they are doing. I have found my home clinic.
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By: savedbygrace1978
1st Care Mesa Family Medical. Appointment or Walk-ins. 480-361-4919
This clinic is excellent! Spanish is their primary language. Nonetheless, I was very satisfied. I thoroughly recommend this clinic!
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By: Eloisa C.
Christ The King Roman Catholic
Hi, a person who líke work and go to the church andar be Goodyear with god. And o think is Goodyear
By: Mimi H.
Building New Bridges, Inc
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