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27 May 19
St. Benet Biscop Chapter of St. John's Oblates

(Part I can be found here.) (The images is a drawing of Croydon Palace, which was the summer residence of Archbishops of Canterbury for centuries, including the years when Thomas Cranmer was the archbishop of Canterbury.) The first part of this essay examines some of what makes the monastic charism unique in contrast to other […]

27 May 19
Life of Zoe

When classmates told me about a SAMO opportunity at the Library that consisted of a lecture about teen relationships, I expected a 2-hour long encore of my sophomore health class. Instead, the words “Family Wellness” were projected on a screen behind Northwestern professor, Dr. Donna R. Baptiste who would proceed to show me how normally […]

27 May 19
Daily Devotional Guide

PREVAILING VOICE DAILY 27th May Topic: …THOSE THAT DILIGENTLY SEEK HIM. Text: Hebrews 11:6 6: But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him. The first point I will like to make […]

27 May 19
Ups and Downs of Family History V2.0

 AS ALWAYS, CHECK PRICES BEFORE ORDERING as sales can end or change before I update them. Also, some sales only have so many items or keys available for purchase so the sale ends as soon as they run out of … Continue reading

27 May 19
streetsofsalem

I spend a lot of time in cemeteries all year long (well perhaps not in the depths of winter) but in the weeks leading up to Memorial Day that time intensifies: late May is characterized by that heady mix of beautiful blooms and remembrance. Salem’s two larger cemeteries, Greenlawn and Harmony Grove, are nineteenth-century “garden […]

27 May 19
Faraja

Learn Your Teens Top Tricks to Get Past Your Parental Controls like OpenDNS You trust your kids, but you also know that with kids you need to take the proper precautions at home and away, to make sure that they stay safe and do not venture into the seedy world of internet porn and other […]

27 May 19
Alexis Foutz

Arts integration is an approach to teaching where content standards are taught and assessed through visual and performing arts. Arts integrated lessons can improve student learning in core subjects, as well as affect behavioral and social-emotional outcomes. Florida art teachers have incorporated core standards  into arts learning objectives for years, yet school administrators have refrained from asking them to […]

27 May 19
The Continuous Wave

It is worth mentioning the value of friends as we roll through this life. Friendship can be a strong, yet tenuous wave to ride. There are those friends we have literally known our entire lives. Friends we went to school with. Friends we have met through work. Family friends. The number and quality of friends […]

27 May 19
Samantha Mantiglia

As technology continues to advance it continues to spoil users. Any bit of information needed or wanted is at the fingertips of consumers and absorbed within seconds. At the beginning of the internet age we could find these tidbits of information located on plain web pages –nothing but coded text. With the passing of time […]

27 May 19
usa news

Reference below wall of text for my background…​I am a 90s kid… grew up in a upper middle class family with everything handed to me by my parents. Never had to pay for bills and only juggled responsibilities such as education or social life. I started binge drinking at an early age around 16-17 years […]

27 May 19
The Jamberoo Golf Club Daily Cow

A recent survey of our membership has revealed that quite a number of our members would be happy to contribute some time at the club in a volunteer capacity.  Volunteering is a very self-satisfying means of contributing to the betterment of our club and course and there are many different forms such service can take. […]

27 May 19
PiscesAppleLady

I thought I was handling things well. I think it’s just a combination of so many factors. Penny’s 45 minute wail-fest was literally the last straw. Despite melatonin, P is back to waking up at least once a night. I’m currently on steroids for an allergic reaction so I’m wired anyway. Today was supposed to […]

27 May 19
Becoming Brave

Throughout the course of my life, I’ve learned that being an introvert doesn’t mean I’m antisocial or afraid to connect with others, it simply means that I prefer less stimulating environments. I get overwhelmed easily. If you sat with my friends, they would tell you that I will never have deep conversations in group settings. […]

27 May 19
Tales of a Dog Mom

TO MY VILLAGE One way or another you all were a part of my son’s first year. You were a part of my life either out of choice, circumstance or obligation, and in some way, shape or form you’ve helped this year be a success. You are all apart of our village and this is […]