Cathedral Church – Obotafumeiro Tue, 22 Nov 2022 15:18:55 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Cathedral Church – Obotafumeiro 32 32 Here’s where you can go to get free Thanksgiving meals in Indianapolis Tue, 22 Nov 2022 14:34:17 +0000

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, but the holiday season can be tough for many, especially with rising grocery prices making holiday dinners more expensive than usual. From churches to food banks, the Recorder has compiled a list of a few places around Indianapolis that will be offering free turkeys or full meals for Thanksgiving.

Of course, there are plenty of places offering free food this holiday season; this list is just a few.

Mozel Sanders Foundation

Where: Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 1301 N. Goodlet Ave.; Roberts Park United Methodist Church, 401 N. Delaware St.; New Direction Church, 5330 E. 38th St.; and Tabernacle Presbyterian Church, 418 E. 34th St.

When: 10 a.m. Nov 24 while supplies last

Families will be able to stop by one of these four volunteer locations on Thanksgiving Day for a free meal while supplies last.

Cathedral kitchen and pantry

Where: Cathedral Kitchen and Food Pantry, 1350 N. Meridian St.

WhenNov. 24: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Free Thanksgiving dinners, provided by St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, will be available for those in need while supplies last.

Good Samaritans Network

Where: White River Christian Church, 1685 N. 10th St., Noblesville; Sheridan Community Center, 300 E. 6th St., Sheridan; and St. Louis De Montfort, 11441 Hague Road, Fishers

WhenNov. 24: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Thanksgiving dinner drive-thru pickup will be available at these Hamilton County Good Samaritan Network locations while supplies last.

25th Pizza & BBQ & The Movement LLC

Where: 2208 E. 25 St., Suite A (Old PC’s BBQ)

When: 2 p.m. Nov 24 while supplies last

25th Pizza & BBQ and The Movement LLC reunite for their first ever Thanksgiving dinner and hygiene giveaway.

Thanksgiving meal at Indy Parks

Where: Watkins Park, 2360 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St.

When: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 24 while supplies last

Community members will be handing out free Thanksgiving meals while supplies last. To have your meal delivered, call 317-327-7175.

The Umbrella Center

Where: The Umbrella Center, 1061 E. Southern Ave.

When: 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 21

Families in need can pick up a Thanksgiving dinner box, which includes a turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, dessert and canned vegetables. Text 317-680-6165 to reserve your box for pickup.

The feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe will be celebrated in many parishes – Diocese of Scranton Thu, 17 Nov 2022 19:16:54 +0000

Through the intercession of the “Virgen de Guadalupe”, plans for the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe in December continue in many different parishes.

Particularly in areas with large Latino populations in the Diocese of Scranton, the annual celebration commemorates the appearance of the Virgin Mary to a Mexican Indian peasant – now venerated as Saint Juan Diego – in December 1531 in Tepeyac, near the present-day Mexico.

The appearance of the Blessed Mother is believed to have resulted in millions of conversions to Catholicism, and her message of hope continues to inspire those of Hispanic descent.

In 1946, Pope Pius XII declared Our Lady of Guadalupe Patroness of the Americas.

The feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe on December 12 will culminate with a host of celebrations planned throughout the diocese, especially in parishes with large Hispanic/Latino communities.

Everyone is invited to participate in the following celebrations:

East of Stroudsburg
St. Matthew Parish

December 1 to December 11
7:00 p.m. Rosary in the church
(Except December 4 and 5)

December 4
Home of Guadalupana Torch
12:30 p.m. Meeting point: parking lot of the Rite Aid pharmacy

2:00 p.m. Solemn Mass celebrated by Bishop Joseph C. Bambera

December 5
Departure from Guadalupana Torch
12:00 p.m. The torch is taken to the town of Suffern, NY
Free bus transportation will be provided for those who wish to join. You must reserve your place in advance. Call (570) 236-2012 or (917) 930-1390

December 11
7:30 p.m. Traditional Mañanitas and vigil in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe

December 12
7:00 p.m. Mass in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Annunciation Parish

December 2 to December 10
6:30 p.m. novena
7:00 p.m. Mass

December 11
12:00 p.m. Mass

December 12
5:00 a.m. Mananitas

Parish of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary

December 11
12:00 p.m. mass; Reception after

St. Joachim Church

December 10
4:00 p.m. Mass at Saint Joachim
6:00 p.m. Reception in the Hall of the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 99 E. Tioga Street, Tunkhannock

December 12
5:00 a.m. Traditional Mañanitas at Saint Joachim Church


December 2 to December 10
6:30 p.m. novena
Church of St. Paul of the Cross

December 11
St. Peter’s Cathedral
12:15 p.m. Solemn Mass celebrated by Bishop Joseph C. Bambera. Reception then at the Diocesan Pastoral Center across the street

December 12
03:00 The street procession begins at St. Peter’s Cathedral and will end at St. Paul de la Croix.
4:30 a.m. Mañanitas at St. Paul of the Cross Church
6:30 a.m. Morning Mass.
7:00 p.m. Mass at Saint Paul de la Croix

Wilkes Barre
St. Nicholas Parish

December 11
6 p.m. – 9 p.m. Vigil

December 12
5:00 a.m. Mananitas

4:00 p.m. Street Procession from 607 N. Franklin St. Wilkes Barre, (Fortoso Family)
Accompanied by Chinelos, Moras and Dance of the Tacuates.

6:00 p.m. Solemn Mass celebrated by Bishop Joseph C. Bambera

7:00 p.m. Reception at the school cafeteria immediately after mass

Former Church of Ireland Dean of Derry Cecil Orr remembers ‘with great fondness’ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 18:57:01 +0000

Dean Orr, who recently celebrated the 65th anniversary of his ordination, has served his entire ministry in the Diocese of Derry and Raphoe where he is remembered “with great affection” by former parishioners and clergy, a doorman said. -word of the church. The current Dean of Derry, The Very Reverend Raymond Stewart, had been friends with the late Dean for over 40 years and recalled his predecessor’s strong attachment to St Columb’s Cathedral, where he worshiped regularly during the 25 years of his retirement. Dean Orr, who was 89, was born a short distance from the cathedral, in Carlisle Road, where his father owned a drapery shop. He was educated at Model School, Foyle College and Trinity College Dublin. He spent 10 years there, followed by positions in the Maghera group (1970-80) and Drumragh (1980-84). It was a particular honor for him when, in 1984, he was appointed Rector of his boyhood parish of Templemore, St Columb’s Cathedral and Dean of Derry.

Dean Orr spent a long and active life involved in many aspects of the life of the diocese and the community at large.

He was Honorary Secretary of the Diocesan Council and Synod from 1982 to 1995, and Secretary of the Derry Diocesan Board of Education for five years until his retirement. He was also awarded a Silver Tassel for his long service to the Scouting Association, and the Honorable the Irish Society made him a Freeman of the City of London for his contribution to the community inLondonderry.He leaves in the mourning his wife, Valerie, his sons Richard, David and Jonathan, his daughter Melissa and several grandchildren.

Former Dean of Derry Cecil Orr is remembered “with great affection” by parishioners.

The Diocese of Derry and Raphoe is one of the largest dioceses in the Church of Ireland and its northernmost diocese. It has over 40 clergy serving nearly 30,000 people in 48 parishes and nearly 100 churches, stretching from Killowen (Coleraine) to Ardara and Dunfanaghy to Maghera.

Dean Cecil Orr’s funeral will take place in Saint Columb’s Cathedral at 11am this morning, followed by a private family burial.

Changes to sounding and locations for Warnock, Walker runoff Fri, 11 Nov 2022 16:54:41 +0000

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — The Chatham County Board of Elections has announced changes and updated polling locations for the Dec. 6 runoff between Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker.

Query changes:

I-16 Ferguson Ave Baptist Church to vote Montgomery Athletic Association at 10155 Ferguson Avenue
8-13 Savannah Christian School will vote at 8-03 Silk Hope Baptist Church at 4929 Pineland Drive

Polling places for the second round of the December 6 elections

1-01 First Presbyterian Church 520 Washington Avenue Savannah, GA 31405
1-05 JEA Building 5111 Abercorn Street Savannah, Georgia 31405
1-06 Christ Central Church 632 Stephenson Avenue Savannah, GA 31405
1-08 Grace United Methodist Church 6412 Waters Avenue Savannah, GA 31406
1-09 Immanuel Baptist Church 7375 Hodgson Memorial Drive Savannah, Georgia 31406
1-10 St. Thomas Episcopal Church 2 St. Thomas Ave Savannah, GA 31406
1-12 Isle of Hope Baptist Church 22 Rose Avenue Savannah, GA 31406
1-13 The Sanctuary 8912 Whitefield Savannah, GA 31406
1-14 St. Luke’s United Methodist Church 9114 Whitefield Avenue Savannah, GA 31406
1-16 Montgomery Athletic Association (interim) 10155 Ferguson Avenue Savannah, GA 31406
1-17 Islands Christian Church 4601 US Highway 80 East Savannah, GA 31410
2-02 River Pointe 939 Wheaton Street Savannah, Georgia 31401
2-03 WW Law Center 909 East Bolton Street Savannah, GA 31401
2-04 Fellowship of Love Community Church 1402 Harmon Street Savannah, GA 31401
2-05 Holy Spirit Lutheran Church 622 East 37th Street Savannah, GA 31401
2-06 Eli Whitney Complex #2 Laura Street Savannah, GA 31404
2-07 Christ Community Church at Morningside 1805 E. Gwinnett Street Savannah, GA 31404
2-09 Salvation Army 3000 Bee Road Savannah, GA 31404
2-11 Oasis of Hope Community Center 728 E 55th St. Savannah, GA 31405
2-12 Williams Court 1900 Lincoln Street Savannah, Georgia 31401
3-02 Temple Mickve Israel 20 E Gordon St Savannah, GA 31406
3-03 Savannah High School 400 Pennsylvania Avenue Savannah, GA 31404
3-04 1st African Baptist Church 402 Treat Street Savannah, GA 31404
3-05 Cathedral of New Generations 2023 Tennessee Avenue Savannah, GA 31404
3-08 Jenkins High School 1800 E. DeRenne Avenue Savannah, GA 31404
3-09 The ConneXion Church 5411 Skidaway Road Savannah, GA 31406
3-10 Bible Baptist Church 4700 Skidaway Road Savannah, GA 31404
3-11 Southside Baptist Church 5502 Skidaway Road Savannah, GA 31406
3-12 Thunderbolt Senior Center 3236 Russell Street Savannah, GA 31404
3-13 New Covenant Seventh-day Adventist Church 5100 LaRoche Avenue Savannah, GA 31404
3-14 Oglethorpe Charter Academy 7202 Central Avenue Savannah, Georgia 31406
4-02 Islands High School Annex 169 Whitemarsh Island Road Savannah, GA 31410
4-04 Lighthouse Baptist Church 401 Quarterman Road Savannah, GA 31410
4-05 Saint Francis Episcopal 590 Walthour Road Savannah, GA 31410
4-06 First Baptist Church in the Islands 6613 Johnny Mercer Boulevard Savannah, GA 31410
4-07 Wilmington Island Methodist Church 195 Wilmington Island Road Savannah, GA 31410
4-08 Wilmington Island Pres. Church 450 North Cromwell Road Savannah, GA 31410
4-10 Burke Day Public Safety Bldg 78 Van Horne Ave Tybee Island, GA 31328
4-11 Tybee Old School Cafeteria 202 Fifth Street Tybee Island, GA 31328
4-12 St. Peters Episcopal Church 3 Westridge Road Savannah, GA 31411
4-13 Skidaway Community Church 50 Diamond Causeway Savannah, GA 31411
4-14 Skidaway Island Methodist Church 54 Diamond Causeway Savannah, GA 31411
5-02 Senior Citizens Inc 3025 Bull Street Savannah, GA 31405
5-03 Butler Pres. Ed. Building 603 West Victory Drive Savannah, GA 31405
5-05 Liberty City Community Center 1401 Mills B. Lane Savannah, GA 31405
5-06 Seed Church 1950 Chatham Parkway Savannah, GA 31405
5-07 Elks Lodge 183 Wilshire Blvd Savannah, GA 31419
5-08 Southside Assembly of God (temp) 401 Tibet Avenue Savannah, GA 31406
5-10 Jonesville Baptist Church 5201 Montgomery Street Savannah, Georgia 31405
5-11 Largo Tibet School 430 Tibet Avenue Savannah, GA 31406
6-01 White Bluff Presbyterian Church 10710 White Bluff Road Savannah, GA 31406
6-02 Windsor Forest Baptist Church 12521 White Bluff Road Savannah, GA 31419
6-03 Crusader Community Center 81 Coffee Bluff Villa Road Savannah, GA 31419
6-05 Windsor Hall 302 Briarcliff Circle Savannah, GA 31419
6-06 The Light 8511 Waters Avenue Savannah, GA 31406
6-08 Christ Memorial Baptist Church 1023 Dutchtown Rd Savannah, GA 31419
6-09 Trinity Lutheran Church 12391 Mercy Boulevard Savannah, GA 31419
6-10 Georgetown Elementary 1516 King George Boulevard Savannah, GA 31419
6-11 Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens 2 Canebrake Road Savannah, GA 31419
7-01 Garden City First Baptist Church 35 Nelson Ave Garden City, GA 31408
7-03 Preston B. Edwards Gymnasium 101 Turnberry Street Port Wentworth, GA 31407
7-04 Lakeshore Community Center 1000 Lake Shore Blvd Port Wentworth, GA 31407
7-05 Woodlawn Baptist Church 407 Talmadge Avenue Garden City, GA 31408
7-06 Pooler First Baptist Church 204 US-80 Pooler, GA 31322
7-07 Rothwell Baptist Church 216 East Rothwell Street Pooler, GA 31322
7-08 Bloomingdale’s Comm. Center 202 E. Moore Street Bloomingdale, GA 31302
7-09 Adult Ministry Center at Compassion 50 Al Henderson Blvd. Savannah, Georgia 31419
7-10 Progressive Recreation 5321 Ogeechee Road Savannah, GA 31405
7-11 Savannah Fire Station 14 480 Highlands Blvd Pooler, GA 31322
7-12 West Chatham Baptist Church 1360 S Rogers St Pooler, GA 31322
7-13 Southside Fire Training Center 1381 Dean Forest Road Savannah, GA 31419
7-14 Coastal Cathedral Church of God 275 Berwick Boulevard Savannah, GA 31419
7-15 Rice Creek School 100 Mulberry Street Port Wentworth, Georgia 31407
7-16 Pooler Rec Center Gym 900 S. Rogers St Pooler, GA 31322
8-01 ​​Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum 460 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Savannah, GA 31401
8-02 Hellenic Center 14 W. Anderson Street Savannah, GA 31401
8-03 Silk Hope Baptist Church 4929 Pineland Drive Savannah, GA 31405
8-05 West Broad YMCA 1110 May Street Savannah, GA 31415
8-06 Tompkins Recreation Center 2333 Ogeechee Road Savannah, GA 31415
8-07 Woodville Tompkins Technical Institute 151 Coach Joe Turner Street Savannah, GA 31408
8-08 Resurrection of Our Lord Church 112 Fell Street Savannah, GA 31415
8-09 Moses Jackson Center 1410 Richards Street Savannah, Georgia 31415
8-10 Carver Heights Community Center 905 Collat ​​Street Savannah, GA 31415
8-11 Butler Elementary School 1909 Cynthia Street Savannah, GA 31415
8-12 Beach High School 3001 Hopkins Street Savannah, Georgia 31405
8-13 8-03 Silk Hope Baptist Church (temp) 4929 Pineland Drive Savannah, GA 31408
8-15 Cooper Center 700 Davis Ave Savannah, Georgia 31408
8-16 Mighty 8th Museum 175 Bourne Ave Pooler, GA 31322
8-17 Georgia Tech, Savannah Campus 210 Technology Circle Savannah, GA 31407
8-18 Savannah First Seventh-day Adventist Church 50 Godley Way Savannah, GA 31407

This Sunday at All Saints: Sunday, November 13 Tue, 08 Nov 2022 22:49:57 +0000

On Sunday, November 13, 2022 we will celebrate a full and rich day! Mel Soriano will preach to 7:30 a.m. at the chapel and The Very Reverend Dr. Hosam Elias NaoumArchbishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem and Dean of St. George’s Cathedral in Jerusalem, preaches at 10:00 a.m. in the main church. At 10:00 a.m. Canterbury Choir offers my little light arr. by Hayes. United and the Trouvères to offer It’s me by Pasek and Paul. Also in the 10:00 a.m. service we will have Baptisms and welcome new Get Connected Class Members!

At 9 a.m. in the Forum: The Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the role of the Anglican Church
with Bishop Hosam Elias Naoum
The Very Reverend Hosam Elias Naoum was consecrated Coadjutor Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem in June 2020, and he was installed as Diocesan and 15th Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem on May 13, 2021. champion of peace and reconciliation. A prominent member of many ecumenical and interfaith organisations, he works with the Archbishop of Canterbury on Anglican and interfaith matters. Archbishop Naoum, one of the thirteen recognized church leaders in Israel, faithfully encourages church leaders to do everything possible to strengthen the Christian presence as a moderate Body and mediator in a region torn by anxiety and unrest .

Also at 09:00 rejoin Ahren Martinez for arts, crafts, music and the good vibes of family hour — for parents and children (kindergarten to grade 5) before the 10:00 a.m. service. Parents are welcome to participate or drop off their children. Join us at the Learning Center (top floor of Regas House) for music, art and fun! for more information contact Ahren at

And following the 10:00 a.m. service, we offer two major events:

Join us for our monthly Latin time, 11:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., to meet up with friends and enjoy the exciting atmosphere of Latin rhythms on the lawn of All Saints. Live music will be provided by All Saints’ composer-in-residence and Grammy Award-winning musician Bill Cunliffe. We also invite you to the Getting Connected class reception during Latin time. Come listen, have nachos, dance – or just be! Information =

And – The Ministry of Racial Justice will take a trip to Leimert Park
Meet in the seminar room after the 10 a.m. office. We will leave together.
Join the Ministry of Racial Justice for a trip to Leimert Park for a visit to the Jazz and Blues Museum and lunch together. The Jazz & Blues Museum near the intersection of 43rd Street and Degnan Boulevard in Leimert Park, Los Angeles. The heart of Leimert Park is Leimert Park Village, which consists of Leimert Plaza Park, the shops of 43rd Street and Degnan Boulevard, and the Vision Theater. The village has become the center of historical and contemporary African-American art, music, and culture in Los Angeles. for more information contact

Also, join Greeter Jenn McGaw in our Coffee Hour online on Zoom after the 10 a.m. service.

Streaming at 7:30 a.m. is free on Zoomand at 10 a.m. is offered on our site live stream page, our facebook page and our Youtube channel. Discover our live stream page to download the service brochures and take part in our action of the week.


For in-person worship, our guiding principle remains to follow common sense risk reduction advice as long as we remain in a declared public health pandemic, so to keep our community safe, our in-person worship guidelines include:

  • Masks are always highly recommended on the inside on the All Saints campus, but they are now optional.
  • Masks are optional outdoors.
  • Outdoor and indoor seating is available for services and Communion will be served in both locations.
  • Our expectation is that those entering the church will be vaccinated (if vaccination is available to them)
  • Those who choose not to be vaccinated are asked to participate online.
  • People seated inside are asked to maintain social distancing between individuals/households.
  • If we reach the number of seats in the church, ushers will guide you to other seats.
  • We ask that you do not enter if you have any of the following symptoms: fever over 100.4°F or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, stuffy or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, or if you have been in contact in the past 14 days with someone diagnosed or suspected of having COVID-19.

Emirates News Agency – Multiple nationalities, diverse faiths, one faith: how Abu Dhabi adapts to diversity Sat, 05 Nov 2022 09:24:00 +0000

By Guendalina Dainelli

ABU DHABI, 5th November, 2022 (WAM) — By mid-morning on a Saturday in September, the parking lot is already packed with cars. It is almost impossible to find a place to park the car near St. Joseph’s Cathedral in Abu Dhabi. At the door, Fr. Darick D’Sousa, the bishop’s secretary, and another priest, Fr. Thomas Sebastian, are waiting for me with a smile.

The cathedral compound is located in the residential area of ​​Al Mushrif, in the heart of Abu Dhabi. “We call this place the precinct of tolerance,” says Father Darick, pointing to the mosque dedicated to Mary the Mother of Jesus and the Coptic Orthodox Church of St. Anthony which stand next to it.

“Not far away are also the churches for the Evangelical community, St. George’s Orthodox Church and St Andrew’s Church for the Anglican community. The Compound, seat of the Vicariate of the South, also includes the bishopric, the Catholic school of Saint-Joseph and the large church of Saint-Thérèse”, he explains.

Many families with children pick up the pace by crossing the alley of palm trees, before the English mass at 10:15 a.m. “We welcome more than 25,000 faithful every weekend, from more than 50 different nationalities,” says Father Sébastien.

“We are always very busy. We celebrate Mass in 16 different languages, from Italian, to French, passing through Korean, without forgetting Arabic for the faithful of Palestine, Syria, Sudan, Lebanon and Egypt. Masses are celebrated according to the Latin, Oriental, Ukrainian, Maronite, Greek-Catholic, Syro-Malabar and Syro-Malankara rites. »

Mass in English takes place in the Church of Santa Teresa, which is larger than the cathedral and can accommodate up to 1200 people. It is equipped with large screens which broadcast songs and liturgical words. Half an hour before the beginning of the office, which will be celebrated by the bishop emeritus Paul Hinder, the place is already teeming with faithful, mainly Indians and Filipinos.

In the meantime, I chat with Josephina. The 23-year-old from Manila attended six o’clock mass almost every day before starting work as a receptionist. In the back row, I meet Julia and Pablo from Spain, parents of three lively children between the ages of four and eight. “It will be difficult to get to the end of the mass, we stay near the exit to be ready to leave when our patience is exhausted”, they tell me.

Indeed, the parish has also thought of the little ones, with two glass baby rooms that welcome them in a protected place during the holidays. “Last year, 3,347 children were baptized in the South Vicariate and nearly 28,600 children were catechists. More than 1,600 adults serve as catechists, they are all volunteers,” says Father Darick introducing me to Barbara, a German who has lived in Abu Dhabi for seven years.

She works full-time in an energy company with her husband, who are both engineers. “We are very busy but have managed to find a space to teach catechism. Beautiful friendships have been made with many families. At the end of catechism classes, before Holy Communion, we usually organize a spiritual retreat for one night in the desert, we camp with tents all together. We light a fire, cook and pray. We do very simple things. And we collect beautiful unforgettable memories.”

After savoring the warmth and celebration of people, belonging to multiple nationalities but united by faith, I go out. As I walk to my car, I wonder about the contrast between stereotypes about the Arab world and the wonderful example of acceptance and tolerance I have just witnessed.

Allen James Rishe | Obituary Wed, 02 Nov 2022 20:35:33 +0000

Allen James Rishe, 88, of Ogdensburg, NY, passed away Thursday, October 27, 2022 at St. Joseph’s Home surrounded by members of his loving family. Calling hours were from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 30, 2022 at Frary’s Funeral Home, Ogdensburg. A funeral mass was held at St. Mary’s Cathedral at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, October 31, 2022 with Reverend Father James Shurtleff officiating. Interment took place at St. Mary’s Cemetery with full military honors immediately after Mass.

Allen is survived by his beloved wife, Lois Jane Rishe of Ogdensburg, their children, Bryan Rishe and his wife, Peggy (Lake Norman, NC), Angela (Rishe) Morley and her husband, Michael (Ogdensburg) , Amy (Rishe) Hanssen and husband, Hank (Redmond, WA), David Rishe and wife, Melody (Ogdensburg), Stephen Rishe and wife, Cris E (Ogdensburg), John Rishe (Ogdensburg), Allen Rishe, Jr .and his wife, Mary (Tarzana, Calif.), Anthony Rishe and his wife, Mary Jane (Lisbon), and Stuart Rishe and his wife, Nancy (Ogdensburg). Allen is also survived by his two sisters, Marie Craven (Ogdensburg) and Elaine Craig (Arden, NC), and a half-brother, James Rishe (Clovis, NM). He is also survived by thirty-three grandchildren, twenty-three great-grandchildren and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Allen is predeceased by a son, Gregory Rishe, his father Francis J. and his mother Odile M. (Garceau) Rishe, his stepmother, Mary Graveline Larose Rishe and his brothers, Lester Rishe and Kenneth Rishe.

Allen was born on December 3, 1933 in Ogdensburg, NY. Allen graduated from St. Mary’s Academy in 1951 where he was class president his junior and senior years. He then attended the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, where he graduated with honors with a BA in Philosophy/Political Science. He was president of his junior class and a member of the Blue Key National Honor Society.

Allen married his high school sweetheart, Jane LaRose, on June 2, 1954, at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Ogdensburg, NY, with Reverend Floyd Brown as officiant.

Mr. Rishe served his country in the United States Air Force and attained the rank of Captain before his honorable discharge in 1957. Allen was a member of the Sigma Beta Kappa fraternity and also won the Distinguished Military Student Award under the USAF ROTC program. Allen went on to serve his country for ten years as a member of the USAF Reserves.

Mr. Rishe returned to Ogdensburg in 1958 and began his teaching career as a history teacher at the Ogdensburg Free Academy. He was eventually promoted to head of the social studies department. Allen continued his education, earning his master’s degree in education from St. Lawrence University in 1965. Mr. Rishe held an administrative position where he was summer school principal from 1971 to 1976 and then again from 1980 to 1990. Allen was promoted to assistant manager. from high school in 1980 until his retirement in 1990. During his tenure, Mr. Rishe was a member of the NYS Teachers Association and a member of the Legislative Committee. He held the following positions: Vice President – 1964-1965, President 1965-1966 and Chief Negotiator 1967-1968. He was a member of the Ogdensburg Teachers Association and the Public School Employees Federal Credit Union.

Allen was also elected to and served 9 consecutive terms on the St. Lawrence County Board of Supervisors and the St. Lawrence County Board of Legislators. During his tenure in the Legislative Assembly, he served as chair of the finance committee, the E-911 committee and a member of other council committees. He was appointed as the first St. Lawrence County Trustee in 1989, a position he held until his retirement in 1996. Allen also served as a delegate to the NYS House of Delegates from 1968 to 1970.

Allen was also a member of the Community Advisory Board of Ogdensburg and Riverview Correctional Facilities and a member of the special task force to bring a correctional facility to Ogdensburg. He was also a member of the SLC ad hoc committee on solid waste from 1982 to 1984; Chairman of the Charter Review Commission in 1984; Member of the 112th Assembly District Democratic Committee from 1974 to 1977; member of the SLC Democratic Committee from 1969 to 1980; Chairman of the city’s inaugural committee in 1970. Mr. Rishe was instrumental in initiating the city manager form of government and became a member of the Ogdensburg city charter commission in 1968.

Mr. Rishe was a devout member of the parish of St. Mary’s Cathedral where he served as treasurer, commentator, reader and radio host for Sunday Mass. Allen and Jane have been named Diocesan President of the Christian Family Movement based in Chicago, Illinois. , from 1965 to 1967. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, 3rd degree. Allen was also a member of the Ogdensburg Federal Credit Union where he served as treasurer, vice president, chairman, and member of the credit committee.

Allen enjoyed spending time with his family, teaching and serving his community. More than anything else, he had a unique ability to reach out to everyone he met with genuine empathy and kindness. Many have commented on this, including his children, grandchildren, students, peers and friends. It was a special gift that left an impression on many. This is his true legacy. He sympathized with what others were going through in life. He understood.

Donations may be made in Allen’s memory to St. Joseph’s Retirement Home or St. Mary’s Cathedral, both in Ogdensburg, NY.

Online condolences can be made at

]]> A Marshalltown native will perform with the SDSU Concert Choir | News, Sports, Jobs Mon, 31 Oct 2022 11:06:00 +0000

BROOKINGS, SD — The South Dakota State University Concert Choir will kick off their fall tour, “All Creation Sings,” with 11 total performances beginning Sunday in Sioux Falls and culminating at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 4 with a home concert at the Oscar Larson Center for the Performing Arts.

Marshalltown native Aaron Seberger will perform as part of the tour.

The choir, under the direction of Laura Diddle, will perform music that celebrates creation in all its forms at venues across South Dakota and Iowa over the next week.

The choir’s first three performances are in Sioux Falls, beginning with a Sunday concert at 7:30 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Cathedral in Sioux Falls.

“The Concert Choir is honored to be invited to sing in the Sacred Arts Series at St. Joseph’s Cathedral,” said Diddle, Paul E. and Doris J. Moriarty Choral Activities Teacher.

Monday begins with a morning performance at Lincoln High School and an afternoon performance at O’Gorman High School. Next, the choir heads to Iowa for a concert Monday at 7:30 p.m. at Epiphany Cathedral in Sioux City.

On Tuesday, the choir has morning performances at East High School in Sioux City and Maple Valley-Anthon Oto School in Mapleton, followed by a 7:30 p.m. concert at St. Bernard Catholic Church in Osceola.

Wednesday brings the choir to a morning performance at Clarke Community Schools in Osceola and an afternoon performance at Yankton High School. The singers’ day ends with a concert at 7 p.m. at Friedens Reformed Church in Tripp.

Finally, the choir is back in Brookings for a 7:30 p.m. concert on November 4 at the Larson Memorial Concert Hall on the SDSU campus.

No admission will be charged to any concert.

The 70-member concert choir serves as the ambassador choral ensemble of SDSU’s music department. Composed of the finest and most talented singers in SDSU, membership in the choir is dependent on excellence in musicianship, vocal artistry, and dedication.

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Obituary: Herman V. ‘Pete’ Tingle, 94, Bardstown Fri, 28 Oct 2022 23:10:25 +0000

Herman V. “Pete” Tingle, 94, of Bardstown, passed away on Friday, October 28, 2022 at Signature of Bardstown. He was born on November 13, 1927 and grew up in Fairfield.


He retired from Buzick Lumber and Home Center, where he had worked for over 35 years. He was a US Army veteran. He was a very active 3rd and 4th degree member of the Knights of Columbus Council of Bardstown 1290. He was a member of St. Joseph’s Parish and was instrumental in forming the Mourning Committee and in establishing the St. Vincent from Store Paul Mission. He served the 6:30 p.m. Mass for many years.

He enjoyed working in his yard and going hunting with his father and Bootsie and fishing with his good friends Arthur and RM. He also enjoyed an annual hunting trip to Kansas with the Rogers family. He was an avid Cincinnati Reds fan. In his later years, he enjoyed sitting in his front yard swing, which his friend Mike Johnston had made for him, and watching the world go by.

He was predeceased by his parents, Paul and Edith Brown Tingle; one brother, Willis Ray “Bootsie” Tingle; a sister-in-law, Hilda; and in-laws Norma and John Muller and Melva and Phil Stevens.

He is survived by his beloved wife of 69 years, Joyce; one son, Tim Tingle; four nieces; and three nephews.

Christian Burial Mass is at 11 a.m. on Monday, October 31, 2022 at the Proto-Cathedral of St. Joseph’s Basilica with the Reverend Terry Bradshaw officiating.

Visitation is from 4-6 p.m. Sunday, October 30, 2022 and after 8:30 a.m. Monday, October 31, 2022, with prayers at 5 p.m. Sunday at Houghlin-Greenwell Funeral Home.

The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to St. Joseph’s Church and the St. Vincent de Paul Mission Store.

Houghlin-Greenwell Funeral Home is making arrangements.


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4. Dubrovnik Old Town

The history of Dubrovnik dates back to the 14th century. From that time until the abolition of the slave trade in 1418, it was a free city that governed itself. However, from 1382 to 1804 it remained a tributary of the Ottoman Empire, paying an annual tribute to its sultan. As such, Dubrovnik developed into a thalassocracy comparable to that of Venice and other maritime republics.

The Old Town of Dubrovnik is a beautiful medieval city located against the Adriatic Sea. The old town is best known for its impressive city walls, which were completed in the 16th century and protected the city for centuries to come. Walking along these walls is a great way to get a sense of the city’s history.

You will find many museums, churches and other sites to explore in this area. The Old Town of Dubrovnik is an excellent place to spend your vacation in Croatia. Located on the Dalmatian Coast, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Croatia’s top tourist destinations. If you love old architecture, this city is the perfect place to visit.

It has magnificent seaside sites and many Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance buildings. Dubrovnik enjoys a Mediterranean climate, with hot to dry summers and cool to wet winters. Between October and April, the bora wind blows along the Adriatic coast and causes rain and thunder.

While temperatures can vary by season, daytime highs in summer can reach 28 degrees Celsius, while nighttime lows drop to 23 degrees Celsius. Maximum temperatures in spring and autumn are generally around 20 degrees.