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Independence Bishop’s Birthday Message

Resolving the ASUU strike “is a priority and ASUU and the government must change ground and avoid any arm-twisting techniques that only aggravate the situation,” he further said, adding, ” The government must find a way to solve this problem, because it is already very tragic that universities have remained …

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King Charles should keep talking about global warming | earth beat

Everyone agrees that Queen Elizabeth II is a tough act to follow. As a constitutional monarch who united her kingdom without ever making a political statement, let alone a partisan one, she stood above politics as a symbol of the best of British values ​​and character. King Charles III takes …

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Two books examine the black Catholic experience from different angles

Catherine FinleyCatholic Press Service “Subversive Habits: Black Catholic Nuns in the Long Fight for African American Freedom” by Shannen Dee Williams. Duke University Press (Durham, NC, 2022). 424 pages, $29.95. “Fat Luther, Slim Pickin’s: A Black Catholic Celebration of Faith, Tradition, and Diversity” by Marcia Lane-McGee and Shannon Wimp Schmidt. …

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NON-FICTION: THE GEOMETRY OF DESIRE – Journal

To want: the power of mimetic desire in everyday lifeBy Luke BurgisSt. Martin’s Press, USAISBN: 978-1250262486304pp. French thinker René Girard has been on the fringes of fame for several decades now. An intellectual giant, he never achieved the superstar status of compatriots such as Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault and Jacques …

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Revolutionary Pierre Poilievre

The Conservative Party leader’s bold policies rival those of any national leader in Canada – or the West – in modern history Comment The attempt by Canadian mainstream media pundits to portray Pierre Poilievre as a simplistic, unsophisticated thinker resembles past media attacks on Ronald Reagan in the US and …

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Thanksgiving | Guillaume Druel

The Working Catholic: Thanksgiving by Bill Droel I’m at a disadvantage in our Mr. Baseball contest. Every March, we pick the teams that will make the playoffs and predict which ones will go the furthest. My problem is the Astros. They’ve already won the AL West but I didn’t pick …

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Front Royal Council Candidates Forum held at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church – Royal Examiner

Warren County Public Schools Superintendent Christopher Ballenger addresses the joint budget committee of the Warren County Board of Supervisors and the Warren County School Board during its Monday meeting. The Warren County School Board would like to secure the $1.2 million share of the school division’s fiscal year 2023 budget …

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GOP candidate for Nevada government. says he will fight abortion ban in the United States

RENO, Nev. (AP) — The GOP nominee for Nevada governor said Thursday he would fight a nationwide ban on abortion if Congress passes one. “This is the vote of the people of the state of Nevada, and I will support this,” Joe Lombardo, who is generally anti-abortion, told reporters while …

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Marian art at the Walters

For an abundance of devotional art, the Walters Art Museum just up the road and near the Basilica of the Assumption in downtown Baltimore is the destination to seek out – and perhaps the best in the United States. On a recent visit, more than 60 different images of the …

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Russia shows the true face of evil in its war against Ukraine – Catholic Philly

Gina Christian By Gina Christian • Posted on September 12, 2022 After mass the other week, I spent a few moments chatting with a friend who works as a psychiatric nurse in a downtown hospital. Her demanding schedule often leaves her with little time to change before coming to church, …

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When the country loses

September is cryptic with events that remind us of our homeland in Mexico. Considering that a homeland of birth or adoption is “the land to which a person feels connected for legal, cultural, historical or emotional reasons”, what does this mean and how, in other latitudes , events in other …

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Ethiopia’s Catholic bishops ‘deeply saddened’ by renewed fighting in Tigray

“Ethiopian forces along with Amhara special forces and Amhara militias launched a large-scale attack around 5 a.m.,” Tigray Television was quoted as reporting on August 31. In their September 2 statement, the Catholic Bishops of Ethiopia regret that the warring parties are returning to war amid myriad challenges, saying the …

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Gorbachev and Saint John Paul were very fond of each other

Pope John Paul II greets Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev at the Vatican on December 1, 1989. Gorbachev, who died on August 30, 2022 in Moscow after a long illness, met Pope John Paul several times, and the two often exchanged words of appreciation for each other. (CNS photo/Luciano Mellace, Reuters) …

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Buffalo Next: Hospitals at WNY and beyond are still spending BIG on travel workers |

The headline of an article in the Wall Street Journal at the end of July read: “Traveling-Nurse Bubble Bursts,” noting that the days of the pandemic when a traveling nurse could earn $10,000 a week were ending. . But even though salaries are no more than half a million dollars …

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U. of Chile vs. U. Catholic & More Latest News Here

National Championship Universidad Católica beat Universidad de Chile 0-3 in the classic for the 23rd date of the national championship. By Milan Vrsalovic 2022-08-27 16:55 CLT 2022-08-27 16:55 CLT © An agency0-3 triumph of the Catholics against the U at the National Stadium. Universidad Católica won the Clásico Universitario 195 …

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Indianapolis Catholic leads Pope’s global plan to care for the earth – Catholic Philly

By John Shaughnessy • Catholic News Service • Published August 26, 2022 INDIANAPOLIS (CNS) — John Mundell considers it “an incredible honor” to have been recently chosen as the director of the global effort to put into action Pope Francis’ encyclical “Laudato Si’, on the care of our commune house …

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Catholic Archbishop of Religious Leaders

Bishop Kaigama said religious leaders must be “terribly” worried about the political situation in the country as “bad politics and bad governance” have led to the suffering of young Nigerians. “Because of bad politics and bad governance, our young people, discouraged and crippled by socio-economic conditions at home, are desperate …

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King’s College contributes to the economic and cultural life of downtown Wilkes-Barre

These stories should not be about us. Over the past few months, we’ve used our weekly Diamond City Partnership/Downtown Rebound page to talk to business and institutional leaders in downtown Wilkes-Barre about why they chose downtown as their place of operation, why they stayed and how they rebounded from the …

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The Sins of the High Court Supreme Catholics

As part of the Vatican’s war against “modernism” in 1899, Pope Leo XIII condemned as heresy the set of principles known as “Americanism”. But, in 1965, at the Second Vatican Council, the Church had begun to embrace these so-called odious ideas: pluralism, the separation of Church and State, the primacy …

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Christian Aid: the new Prime Minister must act to help Afghans survive

Emergency food aid. Image: Christian Aid Source: Christian help Christian Aid, challenged the next Prime Minister to end the British government’s drift and backwardness on Afghanistan. To mark one year since Taliban forces overthrew the elected government, Christian Aid warns that it is essential that whoever becomes British Prime Minister …

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Bolsonaro: Brazil’s polarizing far-right president

Jair Bolsonaro, far-right deputy and former amry officer, gives a thumbs up to supporters in October 2018 during the second round of presidential elections, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Copyright AFP/File MAURO PIMENTEL Four years after bursting in to shake up a Brazil disgusted with the usual politics, far-right …

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Why the world’s largest cross and its guardians are under imminent threat in Spain

Earlier this year, Guinness World Records recognized the Basilica Cross as the largest free-standing cross in the world. It was measured at 152.4 meters (500 feet) high. The record books also include the basilica, 260 meters (853 feet) long, the longest in the world. Built between 1940 and 1958, the …

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Asylum seekers will be allowed entry as DHS ends ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy – Catholic Philly

By Rhina Guidos • Catholic Press Service • Published on August 10, 2022 WASHINGTON (CNS) — The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said Aug. 8 it was set to end, “in a quick and orderly manner,” a Trump-era policy that keeps claimants asylum out of the country while they wait …

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Canadian sisters abandon their fossil fuel stocks

Another $500 million in Catholic investment funds around the world have been pulled from oil, gas and coal, including the portfolios of two of Canada’s largest religious orders. The Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada and the Missionaries of Our Lady have completed the years-long process to withdraw their money …

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Live Updates: Tennessee, Arizona Race Calls and Kansas News

A breakthrough vote to uphold abortion rights in deeply conservative Kansas on Wednesday rippled across the midterm campaign landscape, galvanizing Democrats and underscoring for Republicans the risks of going too far on the bill. one of the most emotionally charged topics in American politics. The landslide defeat of a measure …

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Duterte’s regime plunged millions of Filipinos into poverty

At least 12.2 million families admit to becoming poor, survey finds Filipinos line up for free packed lunches distributed by the Catholic religious order Society of the Divine Word (SVD) in Manila on June 24. (Photo: AFP) Posted: Aug 03, 2022 10:07 GMT A Catholic women’s group in the Philippines …

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A Reflection for the Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Readings (Year C): Wisdom 18:6–9Psalms 33:1, 12, 18 – 19, 20 – 22Hebrews 11:1 – 2, 8 – 19Luke 12:32 – 48 Reflection: How do you work for liberation? Three words or phrases from today’s readings jump out at me and seem to provide the unifying context for the selections: …

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Authentic wealth | National Catholic Journalist

“Be rich in what matters to God” (Luke 12:21). 18e Ordinary Time Sunday Ecc 1:2; 2:21-23; PS 90; Col 3:1-5, 9-11; Luke 12:13-21 The late historian and philosopher Tony Judt, in his 2010 book, The earth is bad, lamented the dismantling of social democracy in Europe and the United States …

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Congressmen Cohen and Beyer introduce the Billionaires Minimum Income Tax Act

WASHINGTON – Congressmen Steve Cohen (TN-09) and Don Beyer (VA-08), after extensive consultations with White House and Treasury Department officials, today introduced the Billionaire Minimum Income Tax Act , to ensure that the wealthiest Americans pay their fair share. in taxes. The bill would enact President Biden’s proposal to require …

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AP News Summary at 9:40 p.m. EDT | Nation and World

The U.S. Economy Sends Mixed Signals: Here’s What It All Means WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. economy is caught in a delicate and painful place. Confusing, too. Growth seems to be stalling, home sales are collapsing and economists are warning of a possible recession to come. But consumers continue to …

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Catholic activist ‘sad and angry’ as girls in Zimbabwe resort to cow dung for sanitary napkins

YAOUNDÉ, Cameroon – Worrying reports from cash-strapped Zimbabwe say girls and women are resorting to cow dung as sanitary pads as inflation “hits feminine hygiene products”. Africanews the dish. It’s a report that the head of programs for Catholic Relief Services in Zimbabwe, Richard Savo, says is hard-hitting. “As someone …

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IN COOPERATION WITH THE ARCHDIOCESE OF MONTREAL, COMMUNION WILL BE OFFERED DURING THE BROADCAST OF THE POPE’S MASS IN ALL GUZZO THEATERS

MONTREAL, July 23, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – Cinémas Guzzo, the largest chain of independent cinemas in Quebecwill present the live broadcast of the Pope’s Mass which will take place at the Basilica of Saint Anne-de-Beaupre. Mass will be broadcast on July 28at 10am in both official languages ​​on all its …

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Sri Lankan sisters join diverse movement to demand change

A nun climbs above the perimeter wall at the Presidential Secretariat in Colombo, Sri Lanka July 15 after an official announced the resignation of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa amid the country’s economic crisis. (CNS/Reuters/Dinuka Liyanawatte) Mangaluru, India — Sri Lankans are experiencing one of the worst economic and political crises today, …

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Okowa, Datti and Shettima: what the running mates bring to the tickets

The candidate substitution window has been closed by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), thus fully preparing the ground for the 2023 presidential election. Although subtle campaigns have been raging, real campaigns will legally begin in earnest in September. Before Peter Obi seized Labor territory and its presidential ticket, turning …

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Sri Lankans on Staten Island call for democratic elections in their home country and want America’s support

STATEN ISLAND, NY – As Sri Lanka grapples with governmental and economic instability following protests that led to the resignation of its president last week, the Sri Lankan community on Staten Island has called for free and fair democratic elections, and international support for Sri Lanka’s recovery. Activists, the Sri …

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Presbyterians to Divest 5 Oil Companies After Years of Debate | earth beat

A major Christian denomination plans to divest five oil companies it says are not doing enough to tackle climate change. The vote to sell Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Marathon Petroleum, Phillips 66 and Valero Energy comes after years of debate within the Presbyterian Church (USA). On July 6, the PCUSA General …

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As Ohio Welcomes Refugees, Nonprofit Gives Them a Boost

Hakizimana Muvunye, a Congolese refugee who lives in Cleveland, is a man who does his best. He owns Asante Landscaping but only has five customers, so he also drives for Uber. “I have to take care of my family,” he said. Muvunye and his wife, Irene Twizere, have five children. …

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St. Joseph’s Academy of St. Augustine honors Sister Suzan Foster

By Margo C. Pope Editor’s note: Sister Suzan Foster and Margo C. Pope are “friends from birth.” Their mothers, Zaragoza Street neighbors Hazel Foster and Angela M. Cox, 1946-48, regularly played tennis together on the San Marco courts, including in 1947 when they were pregnant with their first daughters. Most …

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Here’s who to turn to if you’re behind on paying electricity bills

Mandy Zalich, CEO of Westmoreland Community Action, expects to see an increase in requests for energy assistance over the coming months as rate hikes could add to an influx of those who have asked for help with their bills. of electricity during the covid-19 pandemic. Requests for energy assistance come …

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Filipino bishops appalled as new divorce bill introduced in Congress

Filipino Catholic bishops have expressed dismay at the tabling of another bill in Congress proposing to legalize divorce in the country. Jul 08, 2022 Filipino watchers say a Las Vegas-style divorce, which is done and completed in minutes, is not on the horizon at all in the predominantly Catholic country. …

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Towards symbiotic approaches between universities, sustainable development and cities

According to the perception of the sample on the current level of importance given to the relationship between their universities and city organizations on initiatives related to sustainable development, the most common context is cooperation in the framework of activities (39 %). For 45% of respondents, cooperation is a priority …

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🌱 Videos of Jayland Walker + First transplant + School fire

Good morning! Did everyone keep their minds and fingers up over the 4th of July weekend? Good! 🧨 🖐️ I’m here with your Tuesday edition of the Cleveland Daily, filled with everything you need to know right now. Jayland Walker filming videos revealed Cleveland Clinic put five new organs on …

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Fifth Croatian Diaspora Congress takes place in Mostar

by croatiaweek July 3, 2022 in New (Photo: provided) by Srecko Mavrek The Fifth Congress of the Croatian Diaspora (HIK) – CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES OF UNITY, is being held from June 30 to July 3 at the Faculty of Philosophy in Mostar. The congress began Thursday with a solemn mass …

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St. Charles Catholic’s Wayne Stein Selected as Best Boys Prep Coach for New Orleans – Crescent City Sports

Allstate Sugar Bowl recognizes two-sport state champion as the best in the region NEW ORLEANS — Wayne Stein, who coached St. Charles Catholic to two state championships, has been selected as the prep coach of the year for the Allstate Sugar Bowl Greater New Orleans Boys. The Greater New Orleans …

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The great social revolution of the last 30 years may have made life better for most people, but no less turbulent – ​​The Irish Times

If you hear or read the phrase ‘the Irish Revolution’, chances are you are thinking of the period of violent upheaval that culminated in the founding of the state a hundred years ago. But perhaps we should rather think of a much more recent period of transformation. The paradox of …

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GOP lawmaker proposes new abortion ban with 10-year sentence; Whitmer calls it “scary”

Lansing – A Republican lawmaker introduced a bill banning abortion at all stages of pregnancy that would make providing an abortion a 10-year felony punishable by a fine of up to $100,000. The bill, which would make an exception to save a mother’s life, would replace the more than century-old …

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Democrats Ignoring Threats to Judges, Churches, Pregnancy Centers and It’s Deeply Disturbing

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! It’s hard to believe that only a month and a half has passed since Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion was leaked to the Supreme Court in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization quashing Roe v. Wade. With all the threats against Supreme …

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In “inhuman” conditions, Bachelet urges Nicaragua to release all detainees | India is blooming

New York: The human rights situation in Nicaragua has continued to deteriorate over the past three months, with detainees held in appalling conditions, shrinking civic space and an “unprecedented” increase in the number of of people fleeing the country, said UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet. Thursday. Giving her latest update …

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UK minister warns US politicians to be careful of their language on Northern Ireland

One of Boris Johnson’s ministers has hit back at senior US Congress officials as tensions erupt between the two countries over Downing Street’s decision to rewrite the Northern Ireland Protocol. Conor Burns, minister for Northern Ireland and a close ally of Boris Johnson, the British prime minister, said some US …

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We must not forget Nigeria! | National Catholic Registry

A NOTE FROM THE EDITOR: Violence against Christians is almost daily. The June 5 massacre of dozens of innocent Nigerian Catholics at a Pentecost Mass in Owo, Ondo State, in the south west, was an utterly horrific tragedy. Even more tragic is the reality that this was not an isolated …

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Governor points finger at foreign-born jihadists behind Catholic church massacre

LAGOS—The subject was Pentecost, but the message was bullets that killed more than 40 people in a Catholic congregation in Nigeria’s relatively serene Ondo State. The priest had just given the benediction at the end of a Mass to celebrate Pentecost Sunday when at least four gunmen detonated a bomb …

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Jen Kiggans – The Suffolk News-Herald

The Suffolk News-Herald conducted email interviews with the four Republican candidates seeking the 2nd Congressional District seat in the United States House of Representatives. Early voting is underway for the June 21 election. The GOP nominee will face incumbent U.S. Representative Elaine Luria in November. Last name: Jen Kiggans Age: …

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“Nigeria has over 10,000 species of traditional medicinal plants”

As many as 25 people were reportedly killed yesterday as suspected bandits opened fire on worshipers at St Francis Catholic Church on Owa-luwa Street in the Owo Local Government Area of ​​the capital of the State of Ondo, Akure.State police spokesman Funmi Odunlami said the command would speak about the …

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Democrats bring pain, misery | News, Sports, Jobs

For the editor: Local gas is $4.80. The economy is down 1.5% in the first quarter. The Democrats are the party of pain and misery. Inflict as much harm on Americans as we bow down to the government. They’re not stupid, just dishonest. Union members, how’s your 401(k) …

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50 years after a group of Catholic sisters formed Network, the activist group pledges to focus on racial justice

Two years ago, when George Floyd was murdered by a police officer who knelt on his neck for almost 10 minutes, we were confronted with the persistence of racism in our country. Now we find ourselves there once again as we mourn the shooting that targeted black Americans at a …

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Common Good Lecture Series at Lincoln Cathedral

Jenny Sinclair Together for the Common Good begins a new series of lectures at Lincoln Cathedral next Tuesday, June 7. The series explores how social theology helps churches and Christians play their part in spiritual and civic renewal, in terms of economy, work, nature, human freedom, social peace, politics and …

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Pope, Anglican and Scottish church leaders to pray in Africa

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis, Archbishop of Canterbury and head of a church in Scotland will jointly lead a prayer vigil for peace during his visit to South Sudan next month, the Vatican announced Saturday. He released details of the pontiff’s itinerary during his trips to Africa from July …

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The Latin patriarch encourages a new narrative for the holy city

Patriarch Pizzaballa – Screenshot Source: CBCEW His Beatitude Pierbattista Pizzaballa, the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, spoke with the bishops and delegates of the Holy Land Coordination about the Holy City of Jerusalem, describing it as “an unprecedented reality” which is part of the heritage of the whole world. Patriarch Pizzaballa …

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Deep in Tanzania and Uganda, EACOP plans are causing the creation

The East African crude oil pipeline would be the longest heated pipeline in the world. But the International Energy Agency has not yet called for any new fossil fuel projects. Activists including Vanessa Nakate recently visited Pope Francis and received his full support ahead of Laudato si’ week. By Jonathan …

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New report: Climate change could see London and other cities around the world run out of water

As a heat wave heads for the UK and Indian cities struggle with record high temperatures, a new report from Christian Aid highlights how the climate crisis is increasing the severity of drought in ten of the world’s major cities and demands an international fund to pay for climate damage. …

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Obituary of Richard T. O’Neill Jr.

Richard T. O’Neill Jr., 88, of Economy Boro, died Thursday, May 19, 2022, Good Samaritan Hospice, Beaver. Born January 30, 1934 in Sewickley, he was the son of the late Richard and Anna Donohue O’Neill. He retired from Armco Steel and Butler’s Auction, was a member of St. John The …

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Spanish Jerusalem Bible changes ‘fishers of men’ to ‘fishers of people’ – Catholic World Report

null / David Ramos / ACI Prensa Lima, Peru, May 17, 2022 / 5:25 p.m. (CNA). The Desclée de Brouwer publishing house, which publishes the Jerusalem Bible, has replaced the word “man” (“hombre”) with “person” (“persona”) in its new Spanish edition. The Jerusalem Bible is among the best-known publications of …

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What India should and shouldn’t do to help Sri Lanka out of economic trouble

Sri Lanka has a new Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe, in the most unenviable of circumstances. Contrary to what the Indian public believes, the work of the Sri Lankan Prime Minister is very different from that of his Indian counterpart. Until President Gotabaya Rajapaksa amends the Constitution to end the controversial …

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Some say migrants could stem inflation by easing labor shortage problems

WASHINGTON, DC – Everyone feels the pain: at the gas pump, at the grocery store, in the electric bill. On May 11, the government announced that the average prices of consumer goods and services had increased by 8.3% compared to a year ago. Some factors include the pandemic and Russia’s …

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Governor Hochul and St. John’s University Announce Groundbreaking for $106 Million Health Sciences Center at St. John’s University

Governor Kathy Hochul and St. John’s University today announced the grand opening of the $106 million St. John’s University Health Sciences Center, a new 70,000 square foot energy-efficient academic building with classrooms, laboratories, simulation facilities, offices, collaborative spaces and outdoor terraces. The new Health Sciences Center is scheduled to open …

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Spiritual Leader Monsignor Gerard McCarren Appointed Acting Rector and Dean of Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology at Seton Hall University

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ – The Archdiocese of Newark and Seton Hall University announced that Bishop Gerard McCarren, STD, will begin a one-year term July 1 as acting rector and dean of the school of theology. of the Immaculate Conception Seminary at Seton Hall. Bishop McCarren is currently Associate Professor of …

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Judgment Day for Pulse Asia

PHILIPPINE STAR/ RUSSELL PALMA After every election, I write in this space that the results confirm the predictions of the two leading pollsters – Social Weather Stations (SWS) and Pulse Asia (PA). In 2016, not only did I note that the results of the 2016 presidential election validated the projections …

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Allegations of dirty tricks mark final days of Philippines election campaign

ROBREDO… drew feverish support from young progressive Filipinos MANILA, Philippines (AFP) – Filipino election rivals traded allegations of dirty tricks and vote-rigging on Friday, in the home stretch of a bitter campaign that is expected to bring the son of former dictator Ferdinand Marcos to power . After months of …

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Pope Francis merges 4 foundations into new Vatican host – Catholic World Report

Vatican City, Aug. 28, 2017 / 2:00 a.m. (CNA/EWTN News).- On Monday, the Vatican confirmed rumors that had been circulating in recent weeks about a papal visit to Myanmar and Bangladesh, announcing that Pope Francis would visit to two Asian countries 27 Nov.-Dec. 2. “Welcoming the invitation of the respective …

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British Columbia professor’s new book examines anti-Semitism in 1940s Boston

Audrey S. Garon and Richard B. Primack The period before and during World War II was a perilous time for Jews in Boston. According to the new book, “Nazis of Copley Square,” by Charles R. Gallagher, the ongoing violence peaked in 1943 when Irish-American Catholic gangs attacked hundreds of Jews …

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One sows, the other reaps: Against easy hypotheses

By Dr. Jeff Mirus ( bio – articles – email ) | April 29, 2022 We know that infant baptisms have steadily declined in the United States over the past generation (see Phil Lawler, An Epidemic of Unbaptized Catholics), and I suspect the trends are quite similar across the …

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Doris Korb Pence – Intermountain Catholic

Friday, April 29, 2022 May 13, 1927 ~ April 20, 2022 Doris Pence completed her story on April 20, 2022. This story began in 1927 and is told in several parts. The first part began with his birth in Warren, a small town in northwestern Pennsylvania that has only shrunk …

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Gov. Mike DeWine and rival Jim Renacci discuss jobs, education and COVID politics during editorial board meeting

COLUMBUS, Ohio—For months, Republican gubernatorial candidate Jim Renacci has pushed for a row with incumbent Governor Mike DeWine on a primary debate stage. On Monday, Renacci, a former congressman from Wadsworth, came as close to his goal as he’ll get this primary campaign, trading arguments and political points with DeWine …

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The Moore Report: Check out some interesting articles…

By Ralph E. Moore, Jr. All Women Leaders of Good Friday Prayer at St. Ann’s Catholic Church On a solemn Good Friday last week at the typically male-dominated Catholic Church in East Baltimore known as St. Ann’s, a group of women leaders and preachers reflected on the “seven last words …

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The idea of ​​a university: from ivory tower to ExCel Center

The commercialization of higher education in Britain is, in part, a by-product of its success. “The proportion of young people in England going to university has crossed the symbolic 50% mark for the first time,” the BBC reported in September 2019. “It comes almost exactly 20 years after the then …

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Lackwanna no longer misses opportunities | Business premises

A victory for Lackawanna Lackawanna will reap the job and tax benefits of Erie County’s new focus on redevelopment of the Bethlehem Steel site on the west end of town. But this vast expanse of once-polluted brownfields isn’t the only part of town the city is focusing on. As businesses …

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An urgent need for political and social stability – The Island

“Economic Emergency” an interview/discussion with the new Governor of the Central Bank – Dr. Nandalal Weerasinghe, Treasury Secretary of Sri Lanka, Mr. KMM Siriwardana, Vice President of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Duminda Hulangamuwa, and Professor Hema Thilakasisri, broadcast on Rupavahini on Friday evening (8.4.22), was probably one of …

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Nigeria’s Insecurity Problems Are Worsening – Businessday NG

“We have done our best and will continue to do more by pursuing consistent and consistent policies to combat terrorism. I hope God will hear our prayers,” Buhari said in January this year. Rather than pray Buhari was given the chance to end the salad of violence in the country, …

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French presidential election live updates: Macron to face Le Pen in second round

Voting Sunday at the town hall in Versailles, France.Credit…Andrea Mantovani for The New York Times VERSAILLES, France — The French, it is said, vote with their hearts in the first round and with their heads in the second. But voters in various towns near Paris appeared to use both when …

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The federal budget is a mixed bag

April 8 Politics Insider: Liberal Plans Revealed; the agreement between the Liberals and the NDP is bearing fruit; behind the scenes of the Bay du Nord oil megaproject Welcome to an overview of Maclean’s Politics Insider newsletter. Sign up to receive it straight to your inbox in the morning. Chrystia …

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Buying a house in the UK is expensive

Development of UK house prices It peaked in March 2004, according to national data. The average house price reached a new high of 265,312 pounds, just over 316,000 euros, an increase of 33,000 pounds on the previous year, to almost 40,000 euros at the current exchange rate . This cost …

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A comprehensive resource page for government and nonprofit financial aid programs

©Shutterstock.com The ripple effects of the pandemic’s impact on the economy continue to be felt today, even as many communities have fully reopened after public health-enforced shutdowns. Many people are still trying to catch up on work, late payments, or depleted savings to get through the past two years. Discover: …

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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says she will not seek second term

FILE PHOTO: Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks during a news conference after the Legislative Council election in Hong Kong, China December 20, 2021. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu/File Photo HONG KONG — Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam, who has governed the global financial hub through the unprecedented upheaval of anti-government protests …

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Russians leave landmines on streets, says Zelenskyy

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Russia was leaving a treacherous landscape in its wake as invading forces retreated from around kyiv, trapping streets and civilian homes. “They mine the whole territory, they mine the houses, the mining equipment, even the bodies of the people who were killed,” Zelenskyy said in …

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UN chief urges donors to stop Afghan economy’s ‘death spiral’

TROSTYANETS/LVIV: Ukrainian forces are preparing for further Russian attacks in the southeast, where Moscow’s guns are now being trained after its assault on the capital kyiv was repelled, President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Thursday.Five weeks after the start of an invasion that turned cities into wastelands and created more than …

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Natan Obed does not celebrate his meeting with Pope Francis

The head of the national organization representing the Inuit says it will be no cause for celebration when he meets Pope Francis at the Vatican next week as part of an indigenous delegation. Natan Obed has a specific item on his agenda: justice for the alleged victims of a Roman …

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The status of the pandemic, in three graphs

The public debate about “herd immunity” often treats it as an on-off switch: when the United States achieves herd immunity, the crisis will be over; until then, the country has little immunity to Covid-19. But this is not true. Herd immunity is more like a dimmer switch. The more immunity …

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Obituary: Joyce Elaine Sokolowski – The Claremont COURIER

Beloved grandmother, volunteer, Dodger fan, devout Catholic “It is with deep sadness and much love that we mourn the passing of Joyce Elaine Sokolowski, of Montclair, on February 17, 2022 at the age of 92,” her family wrote. “She will be lovingly remembered by her children, her sons David, his …

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Live High and Free – The Newnan Times-Herald

The Newnan Times-Herald Newnan resident Lawrence W. Reed is Chairman Emeritus of the Foundation for Economic Education. His most recent book is “Was Jesus a Socialist?” He can be contacted at [email protected] If you follow world politics, you know that Emmanuel Macron is the President of France. Did you know …

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