Photographic Exhibit –
Two Man Show At Skulski Gallery

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“It Was a Real Killing Field”—
Remembering Iwo Jima

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On February 19, 1945, 20-year-old Bill Young of Mooresville, North Carolina, disembarked an LST on a miserable hunk of black rock called Iwo Jima. He was part of a 75-mile-long convoy of ships preparing to dislodge the Japanese from this volcanic remnant of an island. The territory was formally part of Japan, meaning it was considered […]

New Polish Bishop
In Diocese of London Ontario

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This Week In History – 1948

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Pope Sides With Catholic League

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(January 15, 2015) – Bill Donohue comments on remarks made by Pope Francis on board the papal plane to the Philippines: Pope Francis condemned the killings of the Paris cartoonists, but he also drew a line in the sand. “You cannot provoke. You cannot insult the faith of others. You cannot make fun of the […]

Getting St. Nicholas Right

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St. Nicholas is in fact the greatest saint in the history of Christianity. Forget Peter, Paul, or Mary; St. Nicholas has them all beat. No other saint enjoys his unique relationship to all three branches of Christianity—Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Protestant—nor his persistent presence in secular culture. Archbishop Nicholas of Myra and wonder-worker of the […]

Outdoor ‘Green’ Can Fight The Blues

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As many of us celebrate the holiday season, many others find it stressful.  Daylight is short, winter’s cold is coming on, and holiday pressures go on high. Crawling under the covers and “hibernating” until spring may sound tempting! But how about trying another cure for the holiday blues? Put more green into your life … […]

Divorce: Don’t Go It Alone

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Going through a divorce can feel like a lonely process, which is all the more reason not to go it alone. Assembling a strong, experienced team of confidential professional and personal advisors — your personal board of directors — can provide critical guidance and support, helping you make more informed decisions while you approach the […]

Completing Europe – From The North-South
Corridor To Energy, Transportation,
and Telecommunications Union

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Twenty-five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, much progress has been made toward fulfilling the vision of a Europe whole and free. However, much work remains to complete a critical element of this vision, the creation of a single European market. That will require the development of infrastructure networks that bind together the […]

Following Third Security Breach of Brooklyn
Bridge, Legislation Introduced To Raise
Penalties of Trespassing High-Profile Structures

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BROOKLYN, NY, November 18, 2014: Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, State Senator Daniel Squadron, and Assembly Member Joseph Lentol stood on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge, and announced state legislation that would raise the penalties for trespassing on critical infrastructure. This came two days following the third security breach of the Brooklyn […]