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Relics of Saint Pio of Pietrelcina to visit Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Louisville – Catholic Telegraph

Tuckahoe, NY, May 3, 2022 – The Saint Pio Foundation announces that the visit to the relics of Saint Pio of Pietrelcina will stop in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Louisville on June 3rd and June 4and2022, on the occasion of the 20and anniversary of the canonization of Saint Pio. …

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Three must-visit cathedrals in Cartagena de Indias

Cartagena de Indias is a city with more than 10 churches in the northern area alone, some of which date back to colonial times, maintaining the legacy of the Catholic religion brought by the Spaniards in the 1600s. Some of the most important religious scenarios of the “Corralito de Piedra” …

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DC Classical Music Performances: John Williams, “Carmen” and More

Placeholder while loading article actions For listeners who aren’t quite ready for the hubbub of summer gigs, the call of festival season, and ritual slatherings of sunscreen, rest easy: there are still plenty of gig options to late spring for those hesitant about summer. Enjoy sounds new and old in …

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Joint Church Prayer Service for the 215th – 2022 Police Day Celebrations

Along with the 215th Police Day 2022 celebrations, the Kuching District Police Headquarters held a joint prayer service at St. Joseph’s Cathedral on April 27, attended by about 200 police officers. May 04, 2022 Kuching District Police Chief ACP Ahsmon Bajah (2nd left) presents a keepsake to Archbishop Simon Poh …

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Decorated soldier Sir Galbraith Lowry Cole missed the Battle of Waterloo on his honeymoon

Sir Galbraith Lowry Cole was an MP while a prominent serving soldier The Cole Memorial Column, a prominent feature of Enniskillen’s skyline, was erected between 1845 and 1857 to commemorate General Sir Galbraith Lowry Cole, who as commander of the 4th Division was one of Wellington’s main subordinates during the …

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Sarah Penland, a production and project management graduate, is aiming for Broadway

When Sarah Penland made the decision to attend a graduate school in production and project management (PPM), she had specific criteria in mind. She knew she wanted to expand her skills and knowledge as much as possible. She also wanted to make sure she chose a program that would open …

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The Art of Faith | Artistic characteristics

Click to enlarge The program at 6 p.m. on May 15 includes a New Orleans-style jazz funeral parade through the streets surrounding the First Christian Church, followed by a jazz concert by the band Frank Parker and Mark McKnight. Art, music, poetry, inspirational and creative performances and …

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Woman gets probation after damaging well-known Denver church

Madeline Cramer had been charged with a hate crime related to the graffiti at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Denver. DENVER — A woman charged with a hate crime after spray-painting graffiti on a well-known Denver church last October pleaded guilty on Monday, court records show. Madeline …

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Angel Voice Founder Father Kuriakose Karichattom, 79, Dies | Kerala News

Muvattupuzha: Father Kuriakose Kachiramattom, a dean of Malayalam Christian devotional music, has passed away. The famous singer and director of the Angel Voice orchestra troupe was 79 years old. His funeral is scheduled for Monday at 2 p.m. at the Holy Magi Forane Church in Muvattupuzha. Father Kuriakose has led …

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Hyogo Pipe Organ Finds New Home in Vietnam Cathedral

ITAMI, Hyogo Prefecture–A magnificent pipe organ has found a new owner after a 2-year struggle to avoid dismantling and despite objections from some locals. The instrument will be provided free of charge to a Vietnamese cathedral. Chie Seo, 62, an organist at Itami, described the instrument’s impending move as “regrettable”. …

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Man charged after three church burglaries, police say

MEMPHIS, Tenn.– A Memphis man is charged with breaking into three south-central churches and stealing expensive equipment. Larry Jackson, 19, is charged with three counts of burglary of a building, theft of property of $1,000 or less and two counts of theft of property of $1,000 to $2,500. According to …

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Devotion to Pastor – Beat My Heart, O God!

By Pastor Jeff Jacobs Unity Lutheran Parish – St. Paul, Saetersdal and St. Matthew, Granger As we come to Holy Week, I share a poem by one of England’s great poets, John Donne, which is commemorated in Lutheran and Anglican churches on March 31, the day he died in 1631. …

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Decantei Tavern / Pedevilla Architects

Decantei Tavern / Pedevilla Architects © Gustave Willeit + 13 Share Share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/979650/decantei-tavern-pedevilla-architects © Gustave Willeit Text description provided by the architects. The new tavern is located in the old town of Brixen, near the main cathedral. The building dates from the 13th …

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Elizabeth “Beth” Meidl | News, Sports, Jobs

Elizabeth “Beth” Meidl, 84, died Wednesday, April 6, 2022 at her home in Prior Lake. Christian Funeral Mass will be held Friday, April 8, 2022 at 11 a.m. at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in New Ulm. Father Gerald Meidl will celebrate mass. Innichment will follow in the Catholic Cemetery Columbarium. …

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Opinion: Christian battle rages in Ukraine – by Len Port

Published on April 06, 2022. As Easter approaches, the commemoration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, a Christian fight is raging within the war in Ukraine. The battle pits leaders from different factions of the Orthodox Christian Church, the predominant religion in Ukraine and Russia. It is reminiscent of so …

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A Mass in honor of the persecuted and suffering Church throughout the world – Aid to the Church in Need

“WHEN ONE MEMBER OF CHRIST’S BODY SUFFERS, WE ALL SUFFER,” Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York proclaimed in his homily during a Mass dedicated to the persecuted Church around the world. In so many places, he continued, there is “evil vitriol against religion.” The Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in …

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Explore Utrecht, a vibrant and colorful city and a true Dutch gem

Utrecht, located in the heart of the Netherlands on the banks of the flowing waters of the Rhine, offers visitors a fascinating insight into a vibrant culture and a rich and colorful history. The city, which was founded on a Roman fort in 47 CE, features a charming medieval old …

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The Archdiocese of Louisville is “us, you and me”, says Bishop Fabre

Archbishop Shelton J. Fabre solemnly knocked on the doors of the Cathedral of the Assumption during Vespers March 29, the eve of his installation as the fifth Archbishop of Louisville. The cathedral is the mother church from where he will lead nearly 200,000 Catholics. (Special photo for The Record by …

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Russia sows deep hatred among Ukrainians

LVIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has accused the West of cowardice as his country struggles to repel invading Russian troops, issuing an exasperated plea for fighter jets and tanks to maintain a defense while let the war turn into a battle of attrition. Speaking after US President …

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Council of Clergy asks for donations from Ukraine – MyVeronaNJ

The Verona Council of Clergy (B’nai Shalom, Calvary Lutheran, First Presbyterian, Holy Spirit Episcopal, Islamic Center of Verona and Our Lady of the Lake) is hosting an Interfaith Unity Prayer Service for Peace this Sunday, March 27 at 5 p.m. at the Church of the Holy Spirit, 36 Gould Street. …

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College of the Desert administrators question learning hotel; $400 gas discount?

Editor’s note: ICYMI is a recap of last week’s top headlines from The Desert Sun. This covers news for the week of March 14. On Friday, the College of the Desert Trustees asked why the planned Palm Springs campus should include a learning hotel, one asking why 60% of a …

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Behind the scenes at Derby Cathedral ahead of the annual recall challenge

Every year the Derbyshire-based charity Rainbows, which supports young people in the area with life-threatening and life-threatening illnesses, organizes a huge fundraising event and invites people to abseil down the side of one of Derby’s most famous buildings in a bid to raise as much money as possible. This year’s …

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Grace Cathedral launches a new experience for visitors | Business and finance

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 16, 2022– Today, Grace Cathedral happily reopens its doors to the public after closing exactly two years ago due to the pandemic. Today, Grace Cathedral joins great cathedrals around the world in providing an elevated visitor experience. The cathedral is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. …

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Prelacy mourns Reverend Papken Manuelian – Asbarez.com

Reverend Papken Manuelian Western Prelate Bishop Torkom Donoyan, Clergy, Religious and Executive Councils mourn the passing of Rev. Papken Manuelian, who died on Sunday March 6. The late Rev. Manuelian’s service to the Armenian Church spans more than four decades. He was born in 1934, in the village of Vakif …

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Latest Scheduling Apps in Mendip

BELOW are planning applications received by Mendip District Council for the week of February 28, 2022. For more details and to comment on applications, log on to publicaccess.mendip.gov.uk/online-applications. CHEDDAR 2022/0146/FUL: Conversion of an existing stable into a dwelling house. Land At 351855 157349 Green Lane Charterhouse Cheddar Somerset. SINCE 2022/0409/APP: …

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Four convicted in trial for murder of French priest by Islamic State

Four men have been convicted of terrorism for the murder of a Catholic priest in France in 2016. The suspects were found guilty of “terrorist conspiracy” in the attack, claimed by the so-called Islamic State (IS) group. The four men were sentenced to terms ranging from eight years to life …

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Throughout history, Ukrainian Catholics have been a “Church of martyrs”

ROME — When news broke that Vladimir Putin had ordered Russian troops to invade Ukraine, Deacon Daniel Galadza was in Rome to attend a conference at the Vatican’s Congregation for the Oriental Churches. Six days before the war, on Friday, conference attendees were greeted by the Pope, who said he …

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Bristol Cathedral replaces male-only plaque in remembrance of first female priests | Anglicanism

A plaque marking the first ordained female priests in the Church of England is replaced this week as it only mentioned male clergy who performed the ceremony. Bristol Cathedral became the first Anglican church to ordain women priests on March 12, 1994 during a service for 32 women deacons. But …

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Walsh sets two major goals in the leadership of the Diocese of Gaylord

GAYLORD — Pope Francis last December appointed the Reverend Jeffrey J. Walsh, priest of the Diocese of Scranton, Pennsylvania, as Bishop of the Diocese of Gaylord. Walsh’s episcopal ordination and installation as the diocese’s sixth bishop will take place Friday in an invitation-only ceremony at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Gaylord. …

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How Ukraine Could Reshape How We Think About Christian Unity

(RNS) – In his 1992 book ‘The End of History and the Last Man’, political scientist Francis Fukuyama provocatively and hopefully suggested that authoritarian and collectivist political regimes were on the way out. The end of history did not mean that events would cease, of course, but rather that we …

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Head of Russia-aligned Ukrainian Orthodox Church joins opposition to Putin’s invasion

Metropolitan Onufriy, head of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church – Moscow Patriarchate, an Eastern Orthodox body aligned with Russian Orthodox leaders, ordered his clergy in the beleaguered nation to pray for Russia’s defeat on Sunday. Metropolitan Onufriy’s prayer text declared his opposition to the invasion. “Let us pray that peace and …

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The King William’s College quiz 2021 – the answers | Quizzes and quizzes

PPupils at King William’s College on the Isle of Man have been tormented by its annual general knowledge quiz since 1905. Until 1999 the quiz was compulsory, but today it is sent to pupils’ families to answer during the holidays (and yes, you can Google). How did you do in …

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Yes, Darth Vader looms over Washington’s National Cathedral

The gargoyles date from the 13th century when they began to adorn Gothic churches. Their counterparts, less functional but no less formidable grotesques, trace their origins even further back, to ancient Rome. But a menacing face that towers over Washington’s National Cathedral has a much more recent history. At least …

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Come to Me: Healing Day draws crowds to Southwark Cathedral

Deacon Neil with the Blessed Sacrament at a healing event. Photo by Emily Newton. Neither the COVID scare nor the havoc on the rail system last Saturday (February 19) stopped people from attending the day of healing at St George’s Cathedral organized by the Charismatic Diocesan Communion Service of Southwark …

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The magnificent stained glass windows of Birmingham Cathedral to be seen in a new light

It’s so easy to walk past Birmingham Cathedral, but it’s open every day and inside there are plenty of surprises. Chief among them, the breathtaking beauty of the stained glass windows by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, a locally born Pre-Raphaelite artist on Bennetts Hill just opposite what is now a JD …

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The priest who gave life to save a teenager among the Spanish martyrs will be beatified

ROME — A priest who replaced a 15-year-old boy he believed was going to be executed during Spain’s bloody civil war will be among a group of 16 priests, seminarians and lay people to be beatified in Granada, Spain. The mass and the beatification of the martyrs, including Father José …

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The diocese holds an annual wedding celebration

Friday, February 18, 2022 IC photo/Marie Mischel Picture 1 of 2 Mike and Laura Richards exchange the sign of peace during Mass for the Celebration and Enrichment of the Diocesan Marriage, which took place Feb. 11 at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church. By Marie Mischel Intermountain Catholic HOLLADAY — …

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Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Bathurst Mark Calder Ordains Five New Deacons | West Central Daily

news, local news, The Anglican Diocese of Bathurst ordained five new deacons during a special service at All Saints Anglican Cathedral on Saturday. Mark Calder, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Bathurst, was on hand to ordain Ben Mackay, Roger and Sally Phelps, Bec Choi and James Daymond in the …

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The arrival of the magnificent Flemish tapestries in Malta in 1702

St. John’s Co-Cathedral in Valletta and its adjoining museum are considered a veritable treasure trove of artistic objects, which include, among others, works by world-renowned artists such as Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610) , Mattia Preti (1613-99) and Giuseppe Mazzuoli (1646-1725). The Flemish tapestries on permanent display at the museum …

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Victoria concert series brings light and sound to climate justice – Victoria News

Christ Church Cathedral and the Emily Carr String Quartet are launching a musical sound journey this weekend to promote climate justice in Greater Victoria. Titled Earth Songs: Music for Climate Justice, the six-concert series features one of Canada’s top quartets and the Cathedral’s Wolff Organ, played by a range of …

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A new era dawns as the annual Galway Novena goes live

A new format for the annual Galway Novena was announced this week. Recognizing that COVID 19 can still cause very real damage, the next novena will be celebrated “online” and participants will have two opportunities each day to tune in to a live liturgy of prayer, worship, music, preaching and …

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Author Mallory McDuff calls for planet-friendly final arrangements

Mallory McDuff is a university environmental educator who believes individuals should consider the planet’s climate crisis as well as their loved ones when deciding what to do with their bodies when they die. She tells her story both earnestly and humorously in “Our Last Best Act: Planning For The End …

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“Only the Church helps us”

With God’s help, Catholic institutions across Ukraine have been able to help put people’s lives back on track. About one and a half million refugees have to live on less than $80 a month. Out of necessity, Viktor breaks down his floor. Now that he and his wife have no …

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Henry Joseph Lamb, Jr., 05/29/41 – 02/01/22 Obituaries

Henry Joseph Lamb, Jr., 05/29/41 – 02/01/22 Quincy – Henry grew up in North Quincy, MA. He was a proud graduate of North Quincy High School. He holds an undergraduate degree from the Mass Maritime Academy in Marine Engineering. He returned to Mass Maritime after graduation where he had a …

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What do we lose when we lose the Christian tradition?

A little over a year ago, Ellen Coyne wrote her personal spiritual memoir, Are you there, my God? This’it’s me, Ellen. A Irish Independent A campaign correspondent and journalist, Coyne held strong pro-choice views and wrote articles in support of the repeal of the pro-life Eighth Amendment to the Irish …

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Proposal to convert MM Church to cathedral draws criticism – The New Indian Express

Express press service THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The 116-year-old Mateer Memorial Church, located in the heart of the capital, is once again in the spotlight. Because a section of the Church of South India (CSI) plans to convert it into a cathedral, drawing criticism from parishioners. Banners proclaiming “Do not convert MM Church …

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Religious News | News, Sports, Jobs

MINISTRY UPDATE: Pastor Chris and Coria Brock of Life With Christ Ministries will visit McKinley Community Church, 1524 Elm Road NE, at 10:30 a.m. Sunday to report on past year’s ministries and share what the Lord has to them imposed for the coming year. They will be in …

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Service for fallen NYPD officer Jason Rivera detained at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Midtown Manhattan

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) — Today is the wake of deceased NYPD officer Jason Rivera, and it comes just hours after an emotional vigil for Rivera and his partner in Harlem. The wake will be held from 1-8 p.m. today at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, with his coffin to be laid …

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Paul Ssemwogerere, Who Calls Homosexuality Abnormal, Appointed Ugandan Archbishop – Erase 76 Crimes

the Bishop Paul Ssemwogere has today (25 January) officially been installed as Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Kampala in Uganda, replacing the late Archbishop Cyprien Kizito Lwangadied in April last year Archbishop Paul Ssemwogerere (centre, holding a candle) at Lubaga Cathedral in Kampala, Uganda. (Photo courtesy of Catholic News Kampala) …

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Archdiocese staff surprise Bishop Wong with priestly birthday cake

Staff at the Catholic Archdiocesan Center (CAC) here surprised Archbishop John Wong with a cake, in the midst of his busy schedule, to mark his 23rd priestly birthday on January 21 at his office in the new center. January 24, 2022 Catholic Archdiocesan Center (CAC) staff with beloved Archbishop John …

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The new role of the former vicar of Thatto Heath in the historic cathedral

A FORMER Vicar of St Helens has been installed as the first missionary canon of a historic cathedral. The Reverend Paul Rattigan will be responsible for overseeing the work of Southwell Minster in the areas of environmental and social justice ministry, education, child and family work and pastoral care, as …

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Local Catholics will receive Champions for Life awards

Laura Elm, pictured in this 2019 file photo, will receive a Champions for Life award Jan. 22 at St. Paul’s Cathedral in St. Paul for her efforts in founding and leading Sacred Heart Guardians and Shelter. DAVE HRBACEK | THE CATHOLIC SPIRIT Emilee Wondra, a student at the University of …

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WCLA in charge of conservation projects by the Auqaf department

LAHORE: The Lahore Walled City Authority (WCLA) has moved into the conservation of religious sites throughout Punjab under the leadership of the Punjab Government, Auqaf Department and Department of Human Rights and Minority Affairs, Pakistan Today learned here on Monday. It was further learned that the conservation of eight Muslim …

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Reverend J. Roger McGuinness | Obituary

Reverend J. Roger McGuinness, 82, peacefully commended his spirit to Almighty God accompanied by prayers from family and friends on Wednesday, January 12, 2022. Reverend L. William Gordon will preside over the reception of the body on Monday, January 17 at 3 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Church in West Chazy. …

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Southwark priests resign from canonies following Ghanaian bishops’ backing of anti-LGBT bill

THREE priests in the Diocese of Southwark, including the next Archdeacon of Southwark, have resigned as honorary canons of a Ghanaian cathedral, in response to Ghanaian bishops’ apparent support for the criminalization of LGBTQ+ people. In a parish newsletter sent December 11, the Vicar of St John the Divine with …

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Theologian Canon – Episcopal News Service

The Canon theologian of the Trinity is responsible for the vision, planning, implementation and evaluation of Christian formation in this great cathedral parish. Under the supervision of the dean and at the head of the training team (composed of the director of the ministries of children and the family, the …

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Organist Nicole Keller to Open Jean C. Wilson Musical Series | News

NEWBURYPORT – Organist Nicole Keller will perform Sunday at 4 p.m. at the First Religious Society, Unitarian Universalist Church, 26 Pleasant St. This will be the first of four concerts in the 2022 Jean C. Wilson musical series. Due to the lingering pandemic, all three winter concerts will be broadcast …

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Obituary: Martha Sulzby Hunnewell – What’s New Newp

Martha Sulzby (Clark) Hunnewell, 77, died on Wednesday January 5, 2022 in Newport, Rhode Island. Martha was born in Birmingham on March 19, 1944 and is survived by her daughters, Alicia (“Lilie”) Clark Van Arsdall (Michael) of Washington, DC and Melissa Clark Slaughter (Hanson) of Birmingham, Alabama, four grandchildren who …

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Patriarch Kirill begins Christmas service at the Cathedral of Christ the Savior – society & culture

MOSCOW, January 6. / TASS /. Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia began the Christmas night service at the Cathedral of Christ the Savior. On January 7, Orthodox Christians around the world celebrate one of the most important holidays: the Nativity of Jesus. Due to the pandemic, health rules …

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Kansas City Audiences in 2022: Busy Performance Schedule – KC STUDIO

The Harriman-Jewell series features Martin James Bartlett on February 26 at a free discovery concert at Gano Hall at William Jewell College. (photo by Paul Marc Mitchell) The vibrant season includes orchestral and chamber music, opera, choral concerts and dancing The spring concert schedule is packed with intriguing performances, in …

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Obituary of Theodore Brinson (1962 – 2021) – Macon, GA

Theodore “Mr. Ted” Gidean Brinson “17.5” February 25, 1962 – December 26, 2021 Macon, GA – Theodore “Mr. Ted” Gidean Brinson “17.5”, 59, of Macon, GA, passed away on December 26, 2021. Family will receive friends on Friday January 7, 2022 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Snow’s Memorial …

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Full circle: Thomas directs Saint Stephen’s Cathedral 32 years after having been a seminarian there | Characteristics

Reverend John Thomas didn’t expect to step into the New Year as rector of St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Owensboro. In the first four months of 2021, Thomas said he was on sabbatical in Rome, Italy, following his tenure at Holy Spirit Catholic …

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Anti-apartheid leader Desmond Tutu dies at 90 in Cape Town

The late Anglican Archbishop and Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu made an affectionate remark about Motor City decades ago when he said if he were to live outside South Africa , “Detroit would be very high on the list. The global icon, known for her tireless and non-violent fight …

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COVID Omicron New York City Update: Parishioners Flock to St. Patrick’s Cathedral for Christmas Mass Amid COVID Fears

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) – Parishioners donned face masks as they filled the pews at Manhattan’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Friday to celebrate another Christmas shrouded in the threat of COVID-19. In addition to encouraging masking, the church said mass attendees would not make the peace sign, traditionally a handshake …

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appointed sixth bishop of the Diocese of Gaylord | News, Sports, Jobs

Rev. Jeffrey J. Walsh GAYLORD – Pope Francis has appointed Rev. Jeffrey J. Walsh, priest of the Diocese of Scranton, Pa., The sixth bishop of the Diocese of Gaylord. The announcement was made recently by Archbishop Christophe Pierre, Apostolic Nuncio to the United States, in Washington, DC Bishop-elect Walsh, 56, …

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Bishop advises churches on message of peace and love

Posted 20 December 2021 The Anglican Bishop of the Diocese of Niger, Rt. Rev. Owen Nwokolo said on Saturday that the church must be ready to play a leading role in ensuring peaceful coexistence between communities. Nwokolo spoke by dedicating a cathedral donated by a lawyer, Mr. Donald Amamgbo, to …

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William A. Halter | Obituary

William A. Halter, 95, died on December 14, 2021 at his daughter’s residence in Greenwood. Bill was born January 30, 1926 in Vincennes, and he was the son of Lawrence and Emma (Hess) Halter. He married Geneva Hall, and she is predeceased by her. He then married JoAnn Leonard, and …

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Ordination of married homosexual at Alabama cathedral renews conflict with diocese – Episcopal News Service

Reverend Sarah Watts, Reverend Susan Oakes, Reverend Sally Herring and Reverend Jose Fernandez show up for priestly ordination at Advent Cathedral Church in Birmingham, Alabama on December 7, 2021. Video screenshot : Diocese of Alabama [Episcopal News Service] The ordination of a married and openly gay priest in the cathedral …

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The Cathedral of Se, is one of the largest churches in Asia.

The Se Cathedral, or Sé Catedral de Santa Catarina, is one of the largest churches in Asia and a vital church in Goa. Located in Old Goa, it is dedicated to Saint Catherine and is a necessary center of the Latin Rite Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Goa and Daman. Se …

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Archdiocesan Cathedral Choir to Perform 45th Annual Cathedral Christmas Concert

The famous Archdiocesan Cathedral Choir, Youth Choir and Orchestra will perform: The Cathedral’s 45th Annual Christmas Concert, “The Sounds of Christmas” on Saturday, December 18, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets available online via www.archcathedralchoir.com Highlights of the concert will include the world premiere of “Κατεπλάγη Ιωσήφ” composed by Dawn Helene …

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Ann Elizabeth Pacatte Obituary – The State Journal-Register

Vancil-Murphy Funeral Home Ann Elizabeth Pacatte 1941 – 2021 Springfield, IL — Ann Elizabeth Pacatte, 80, formerly of Waverly, Chicago and Midlothian, died Thursday, December 9, 2021 at her home. She was born in Chicago on November 29, 1941, to Henry and Beatrice (Feller) Comer. She married Marcel Pacatte on …

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Rev. Robert O. Lamitie | News, Sports, Jobs

Reverend Robert O. Lamitie, 90, passed away peacefully in a new life on December 7, 2021 at the Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital in Vero Beach, Florida. Kit, his longtime faithful friend, was by his side. On Monday, December 13 at 3:00 p.m., Reverend John Yonkovig will preside over the …

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Marie M. Broder | Lawyer Annandale

Christian Funeral Mass to celebrate the life of 101-year-old Mary M. Bronder, Annandale, was held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, December 7, 2021, at St. Francis Xavier Church, Sartell. Mary passed away peacefully at the Annandale Care Center on Thursday, December 2, 2021. The Reverend Ronald Weyrens was the celebrant. …

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Bishop Brennan urges young people to “Do not be afraid to give yourselves to Jesus”

Bishop Robert Brennan delivers the homily during a mass for young people, Saturday, December 4, at Saint Joseph’s Co-Cathedral. The new bishop has incorporated themes from the year of the Church of Saint Joseph, which ends on December 8. (Photos: Bill Miller) PROSPECT HEIGHTS – The message of “fear not” …

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Suspected Denver Cathedral vandal could be in Portland

Madeline Cramer wanted for October 10 incident through: Tim Steele Posted: Dec 4 2021 / 16:52 PST / Update: Dec 4 2021 / 17:06 PST Madeline Cramer in an undated photo released by Denver Police on December 4, 2021 PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – A woman wanted for causing “significant damage” …

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Clinics for people of color aim to close the stimulation gap

The Vermont Health Equity Initiative will have a clinic on Saturday, December 4 at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Burlington for people of color to receive COVID vaccines, booster shots and children’s vaccines. As COVID cases rise again and the Omicron variant makes a landing in the United …

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Free Vacation Events in the Milwaukee Area

In the spirit of Christmas, we can all enjoy a little holiday cheer that doesn’t require admission to attend. Here’s a look at the free vacation events in the Milwaukee area for December: City of Festivals Symphony: Holiday Pajama Jamboree, December 1st. Bring a non-perishable food donation for the Milwaukee …

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Obituary of Anthony Piantoni (1928 – 2021) – Wilmington, DE

Anthony Felix Piantoni, 93, of Wilmington, Delaware, passed away peacefully on Monday, November 22, 2021.Anthony was a native of Delaware, born in Wilmington on June 13, 1928, the son of the late Battista and Maddalena (Marta) Piantoni. He attended Bancroft Middle School, Wilmington High School and Beacom College. Anthony has …

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Madeleine Cathedral celebrates with new Notre-Dame de Guadalupe clothing

Friday November 26, 2021 Intermountain Catholic + Expand The new clothes of Our Lady of Guadalupe at the Cathedral of the Madeleine feature the image of Our Lady and the roses. Photo IC / Linda Petersen By Linda Petersen Intermountain Catholic Salt Lake City – The Hispanic community at the …

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Gay Cathedral teacher wins appeal in case against Archdiocese of Indy

A homosexual teacher fired from Cathedral High School will have his day in court – once again. The Indiana Court of Appeals on Tuesday ruled that a Marion County superior court erred in dismissing Joshua Payne-Elliott’s lawsuit against the Archdiocese of Indianapolis and overturned the decision, returning the case in …

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It happened here: Yakima Valley mourns the death of John F. Kennedy | Pass

The gunshots that rang out in Dealey Plaza in Dallas 58 years ago today have reverberated across the country, including Yakima. Residents of Yakima County, like their counterparts across the country, were shocked by the news that President John F. Kennedy was assassinated as he was riding in a motorcade …

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These historic European bell towers make us wish we could visit them all

The bell towers evoke an era in history that many travelers don’t even realize they’re nostalgic for, and they’re worth a visit in Europe. The idea of ​​ringing church bells, intricately designed cathedrals and bustling European cities makes many of us want to travel again. Bell towers have adorned countless …

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Catholic Church in Italy organizes the first national day of prayer for victims of abuse | Catholic National Register

The initiative follows Pope Francis’ 2016 invitation to bishops around the world to establish a day of prayer for people who are victims of sexual abuse. The Catholic Church in Italy held its first national day of prayer for victims and survivors of sexual abuse on Thursday. Archbishop Lorenzo Ghizzoni …

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Irish dioceses will be merged under a single bishop to “rationalize” the Catholic hierarchy

Pope Francis has announced his intention to reorganize the Catholic Dioceses of Clonfert and Galway, Kilmacduagh and Kilfenora into a union under one bishop, in a new start for the Irish Church. he movement seems to aim to rationalize the Irish hierarchy without depriving any city of its cathedral. It …

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Celebrate the Winter Holidays with Classical Music in New Jersey

Here’s a schedule of some of the classic vacation-related music events scheduled across New Jersey through January 1. (Note: Unconventional music events are listed in a separate article.) for calendar useCourtesy of Masterworks Chorale NOVEMBER 28 Chester Baroque Orchestra, Free Christmas concert with works by Corelli, Torelli, Manfredini, Vivaldi and …

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Remembrance Day Events in Greater Victoria

Remembrance Illuminated 2021. Christ Church Cathedral and the Canadian Scottish Regimental Museum celebrate Remembrance Week 2021 with the third annual presentation of Remembrance Illuminated. Souvenir illuminated 2021. Christ Church Cathedral and the Canadian Scottish Regimental Museum celebrate Remembrance Week 2021 with the third annual presentation of Illuminated memory. An eight-minute …

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The week in Russia: on the offensive

Welcome to the week in Russia. I am Steve Gutterman, editor of the Russia Desk at RFE / RL. Every Friday I dissect the main developments in Russian politics and society over the past week and look at what lies ahead. Subscribe here. The COVID-19 crisis in the country raged …

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