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This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 By Sharon SheridanPosted Dec 12, 2012 Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Featured Events Rector Washington, DC Rector Shreveport, LA AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Associate Rector Columbus, GA Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Rector Martinsville, VA Rector Smithfield, NC Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Press Release Service Director of Music Morristown, NJ Episcopal Church releases new prayer book translations into Spanish and French, solicits feedback Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Rector Hopkinsville, KY [Episcopal News Service] This definitely belongs on Santa’s “nice” list.On the evening of Dec. 4, a certain anonymous Episcopalian in a certain undisclosed diocese in the continental United States was surfing on her iPhone while watching the movie “Bridesmaids” on television when she saw a Facebook friend had “liked” a compliments page at his college. Curious, she clicked through to the site.“What I found was just anonymous compliments by students at his college. And they were so earnest and heartfelt and genuinely kind,” she said. “I thought, ‘Gosh, if college students can do this, maybe Advent’s a good time for [members of] the Episcopal Church to take some time and have an opportunity to be kind to one another.”And lo, the Episcopal Compliments Facebook page was born.The page was quiet for the first day and a half. “I came back from a meeting at noon Thursday, and suddenly things were happening,” recounted Ms. Episcopal Compliments, “EC” for short. By Dec. 10, 130 people had “liked” the page – only 12 of them Facebook “friends” of EC – and the page had reached more than 3,400 people.“I think it’s remarkable,” she said. The fact that so many people had interacted with the page without becoming “friends” of it “really speaks to the whole quality of the Web in that one connection leads to many other connections.”For the most part, posters aren’t highlighting the Episcopal Church’s most visible leaders. “There are youth leaders and deacons and altar guild ladies and Sunday school teachers getting the compliments,” EC said. “It feels like it’s really grassroots.”And the comments come from across the country – Virginia, Indiana, New York, Texas, Michigan.A Dec. 7 compliment acknowledges Peter, a third-grader from Saint James Church in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, who “sold hot chocolate at a roadside stand and raised $650 to buy food for a homeless shelter.”Another poster offered “thanks and blessings for the terrific job and devotion that the ‘coffee hour’ folks do for our Grace Church [in] Chanute, Kansas.”On Dec. 9, EC was delighted to discover two people from the same congregation complimenting each other about something that occurred in their South Dakota church that day. “One is complimenting a deacon who had children up at the altar. And then that deacon … is complimenting the people in the congregation and the kids with being willing to go with a sort of ad-hoc situation.”“That makes me happy,” EC said. “These are just simple people just doing the normal work of the church. It’s people who are volunteering, it’s people who have made a difference in individuals’ lives … That’s where the grace and the life of the church is. It’s right at the local level. And so, even though I don’t even know any of these people, I take great delight in hearing just a sentence or two about their ministry.”EC has kept her identity hidden because she believes that helps maintain the page’s grassroots nature, she said. “Obviously I don’t believe in anonymity when it comes to criticizing.”But in this case, it’s a plus that an anonymous person, not an official Episcopal Church entity, is sponsoring the page, she said. “It’s just one Episcopalian who said, ‘Hey, this is a good idea.’ What it means is that people can own it for themselves. It’s not tied to any official view of evangelism or anything. There’s nothing behind it, other than providing a channel.”Anonymity seems to serve the complimenters well, also. EC moderates the submissions, but “I haven’t seen anything … that would cause me to question the sincerity of someone. I think it’s a genuinely thoughtful group of people out there.”Several years ago, she recalled, she adopted as her Lenten discipline sending an e-mail or handwritten note to someone about something she appreciated each day. The positive responses she received even six or eight months later were “amazing,” she said.“I thought, my goodness if I could keep this up all the time! I wish I could. I wish we all could take the time to do that. … There’s a little bit of that to Episcopal Compliments, just taking the moment when you think a nice thing or you want to compliment somebody on something they do well or something you’ve observed them do that you’ve found to be kind, to just try to take a moment and let them know.”From now until Christmas, Episcopalians are invited to send compliments for anonymous posting to the page via Facebook message or by e-mailing [email protected] They also can follow the flow of kind words on Twitter @episcompliments.“I think as of Dec. 25 we’ll put it away until next year,” EC said. “I’m not going to shut the page down, but I’m going to kind of go underground until maybe next Advent. I can’t do this all the time; I have a full-time job. I’m happy to resurrect it next Advent if that’s what people want.“I see myself as being the cutting and pasting fingers of Jesus here. We’re sent out to be his hands and feet. 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Mass protest in Kharkov demands release of imprisoned anti-fascists, April 13.Photo: BorotbaApril 14 — Desperate to stamp out a popular uprising in southeastern Ukraine, the junta in Kiev — which came to power through a violent coup using fascist groupings against elected President Viktor Yanukovych — is attempting to crush the newly declared People’s Republic of Donetsk and rebellions in other cities.But instead of intimidating the anti-fascist resistance, this attack has spread the fightback.In cities throughout the Donbas mining region of eastern Ukraine — including Slavyansk, Gorlovk and Mariopul — anti-junta protesters have seized government buildings and begun setting up popular councils and militias loyal to the independent People’s Republic of Donetsk that was called for on April 7 in the regional capital.In the capitals of neighboring Kharkov and Lugansk provinces, foes of the coup have also fought running battles for control of government buildings. In all three regions, anti-fascists have called for a May 11 referendum on autonomy or independence from the U.S.-backed regime in Kiev.Even in the western city of Lviv, near the Polish border, activists briefly seized the local prosecutor’s office.Every day, the coup government, whose police and military forces are directed by leaders of neo-Nazi and far-right political parties like Svoboda and Fatherland, issues new ultimatums and ups the threats against the southeastern resistance. And every day, it demonstrates just how much it is in disarray.Disarray, threats in KievArsen Avakov, the junta’s interior minister, arrived in the southeast on April 9 and delivered a 48-hour deadline to protesters in Donetsk to surrender or face military attack.Avakov was tasked with bringing the various neo-Nazi groups under the regime’s discipline. To this end, he created a “National Guard” composed of members of the Right Sector, the Maidan Self Defense Forces and other racist gangs based in western Ukraine.Intelligence gathered by the anti-fascists in Donetsk indicated that Avakov assembled three roughly equal heavily armed groups to attack them: special police and military forces, fascists from the National Guard and foreign mercenaries supplied by the U.S.-based company Greystone Ltd. (Interview with local militia leader by RIA Novosti, April 10)The people of Donetsk mobilized in preparation for the expected attack. Workers, youths and retirees built barricades around the People’s Council building, trained in self-defense, gathered food and medical supplies, and kept sharp watch on the movements of military forces around the city.But the deadline passed. No attack came. Why?The Ukrainian police and military forces, fearful of the consequences and faced with resistance within their own ranks, refused to attack.This wasn’t supposed to happen. The junta in Kiev had spent a week replacing local police and military commanders with loyalists from western Ukraine. Avakov had sent squads of neo-Nazis to infiltrate the southeastern cities and mount all kinds of provocations.The military debacle in Donetsk threw the regime further into disarray — and exposed its nationalist rhetoric as a farce. The government headed by interim Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk and acting President Aleksandr Turchinov could not rely on the military and police, the usual props of the capitalist state.It could only rely on the fascist gangs and imperialism.As if to confirm this, Turchinov fired Vitaly Tsygankov on April 14, just a week after he was appointed to head the “Anti-Terrorism Center.”Meanwhile, Avakov called for recruiting 12,000 fighters to a newly created “Special Operations Corps” to suppress the southeastern rebellion.Yatsenyuk and Turchinov have given lip service to the idea of a referendum in the southeast — but only if the anti-fascists surrender — and in conjunction with bogus presidential elections called for May 25.Resistance organizations like the leftist Union Borotba (Struggle) counter that there can be no legitimate elections without a referendum on autonomy first.Shootings, war dangerWhile Donetsk has received a brief breathing spell, the danger from the fascist junta and its Western backers hasn’t lessened.State security and military forces that remain loyal to Kiev have received authorization to kill anti-fascists — labelled “separatists, terrorists and Russian agents” — anywhere and anytime.First blood from that order was spilled April 13 in Slavyansk, when at least two people were killed and two injured by gunfire after the “Anti-Terrorist Unit” opened fire on protesters.The U.S. and its allies in Europe, meanwhile, continue to escalate their hawkish rhetoric aimed at Russia, threatening new sanctions and denouncing the protests in southeastern Ukraine as a Russian plot — ironic since Washington played a key role in bringing the Kiev junta to power.The U.S. Navy destroyer U.S.S. Donald Cook arrived near Russian waters in the Black Sea on April 10. It will join other U.S., Bulgarian and Romanian warships in provocative war games.U.S. Air Force Gen. Philip Breedlove, commander of NATO forces in Europe, told the Associated Press on April 10 that U.S. troops could soon be deployed in the region. NATO has scheduled an emergency meeting on Ukraine for mid-April.All of these forces are now deployed against the popular resistance in the largely Russian-speaking southeast, where the anti-fascist and working-class traditions of Soviet times still run deep among workers of all national backgrounds.In Kharkov, where the resistance is led by Borotba and the Popular Unity coalition, some 70 activists were arrested and jailed after seizing the Regional State Administration building and declaring a People’s Republic on April 7.The activists were each sentenced to two months imprisonment or fines of 180,000 hryvnia — about $14,000. Simultaneously, a ban on mass protests was announced.But hundreds continue to protest daily in Kharkov, demanding freedom for the political prisoners. On April 12, in defiance of the junta, more than 1,000 rallied at the Lenin statue in Freedom Square, and afterwards marchers took over the city council building.“Despite the repression the resistance does not subside,” declared Borotba coordinator Sergei Kirichuk. “The people are going to continue to fight.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Advertisement WhatsApp TAGSjockeyJT McNamaralimerick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Twitter NewsLimerick jockey JT McNamara dies at 41By Staff Reporter – July 26, 2016 700 Limerick jockey JT McNamara died this TuesdayLIMERICK jockey and one of the county’s finest exports to the world of horse racing, John Thomas McNamara, has died at his home aged 41.As the news broke this Tuesday morning, the world of horse racing, sport and the wider Limerick community were devastated to learn of the passing of one of the finest amateur jockeys to grace the national hunt circuit.John Thomas McNamara fractured two vertebrae in his neck after he was thrown from his mount, Galaxy Rock during the 2013 Cheltenham festival.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The fall paralysed the Limerick man from the neck down and wheelchair bound for 15 months.John Thomas is survived by his wife Caroline, his two sons Dylan, Harry and his daughter Olivia.It is understood that John Thomas suffered complications last Friday night and was later transferred to University Hospital Limerick.He was later discharged and returned home to his familyJohn Thomas or JT as he was more commonly known, died at home surrounded by his family this Tuesday.With more than 600 race wins under his belt, JT was one of the finest amateur jockeys to emerge in the modern era.During the 2012 Cheltenham festival, JT partnered Teaforthree to secure a famous win in the Diamond Jubilee National Hunt Chase.In 2002 he rode Rith Dubh to victory in the same race and in 2005 he landed the Glenfarclas Cross County Handicap Chase with Spot Thedifference and in in 2007 he rode Drombeag to first past the post in the Foxhunter Chase.The remains of JT will repose at his home on Thursday from 2pm to 8.30pm followed by removal to St Michael’s Church, Manister.Requiem Mass on Friday at 11am with burial afterwards in local cemetery. Family flowers only please, donations, if desired, to the Irish Injured Jockeys Fund. Previous articleLimerick woman rescued from River Shannon following emergency operationNext articleGAA – Limerick Club Hurling fixtures confirmed Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Linkedin Facebook Print Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Email Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash
Magnetic and bathymetric data from the South American-Antarctic plate boundary east of the South Sandwich trench have been interpreted to produce ocean floor ages, spreading rates and directions. SAM-ANT motion over the past 50 Myr has been slow (10–15 mm yr‒1 half rates). About 20 Ma the spreading direction changed from 120°-300° to the present E-W. These results have been combined with similar data from the South Atlantic and Southwest Indian Oceans to calculate six poles and rates of SAM-ANT motion covering the past 50 Myr. The change at 20 Ma appears to have originated the long-offset Bullard and South Sandwich fracture zones. The change may have been facilitated, or even triggered, by ridge crest-trench collision along the South Scotia Ridge, east of the South Orkney Islands. This event however, could not alone have caused a stable change. It is concluded that the global balance of forces may for long periods be imperfectly reflected in plate motions, because of the constraining effects of long fracture zone offsets on the directions of plate motion, and that the ‘causes’ of abrupt changes in direction may precede them by several million years.
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The University of Southern Indiana’s Veteran, Military and Family Resource Center will honor veterans with a series of events January 22-29.A nationally touring photo-display honoring Indiana military who have died from wounds suffered in a war zone since September 11, 2001 is coming to Evansville.The University will host the “Remembering Our Fallen” war memorial from January 22-29 in the Screaming Eagles Arena, first floor concourse. The memorial will be open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily until January 29th when the exhibit will be open 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. in order to move to the next site.“Remembering Our Fallen” (Indiana) visits the hometowns of the Fallen as well as other communities around the state.A public opening ceremony open will be held at 10 a.m. on January 24th at the Screaming Eagles Arena and will include the dedication of the POW/MIA Chair of Honor memorial which will remain a permanent fixture for all to view year round.“We are very honored to host the newest memorial to our veterans and to dedicate a memorial that will stand as a reminder that there are still service members who have yet to return home,” said Joel Matherly, assistant director of the USI’s Veteran, Military and Family Resource Center.“Remembering Our Fallen” was established in November 2010. It was built to honor the memory of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice, to provide comfort to friends and family of the fallen and to remind others of the tremendous cost paid by some.In addition to the memorial, USI will host its seventh annual Hoops for Troops Military Appreciation game Saturday, January 25 to honor members of the United States Armed Forces when the Screaming Eagles host Quincy University for a Great Lakes Valley Conference men’s and women’s basketball doubleheader. Game time for the women’s game is 1 p.m., while the men’s contest is slated for 3:15 p.m.Veterans, military personnel and their guests will receive up to five free tickets per veteran to the games with their military identification or proof of service at the front of the Screaming Eagles Arena ticket window. This event is sponsored by the American Legion Post 324 and the USI Student Veteran Association.For more information on the memorial visit http://www.rememberingourfallen.org.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail