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Category: rkfzcrmkaynujbla Universal Partners Limited (UPL.mu) 2019 Annual Report

first_imgUniversal Partners Limited (UPL.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Investment sector has released it’s 2019 annual report.For more information about Universal Partners Limited (UPL.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Universal Partners Limited (UPL.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Universal Partners Limited (UPL.mu)  2019 annual report.Company ProfileUniversal Partners Limited is a capital investment holding company. The company invests in growth businesses in the United Kingdom and Europe in general. Universal Partners Limited has a primary listing on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius and a secondary listing on the AltX of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.last_img read more

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Category: rkfzcrmkaynujbla PRO12 play analysis: Gareth Anscombe, Cardiff Blues

first_imgLATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS When Anscombe stepped in at first receiver throughout this move, the outside backs threatened – Evans here testing tacklers on an outside arc:Eventually, though Lyn Jones‘ side was very good in defence, the Dragons ran out of numbers and Allen crossed:The reverse angle offers excellent insight into Anscombe’s vision. He senses that wing Matthew Pewtner (circled in red) has bitten slightly, turning his shoulders in on being attracted by Lucas Amorosino’s decoy line. A fast, flat miss-pass sets Allen away:Not long afterwards, Anscombe manufactures another line-break, this time in the middle of the field. Brok Harris rushes out of the line, tempted by the distance between first and second receiver. However, the pace of the pass beats him. Gethin Jenkins takes advantage of the dog-leg and, most impressively, Anscombe follows up in support to take a return from his loosehead prop:A neat step of his left foot nearly beats Hallam Amos and foreshadows some more excellent running, which we will come onto shortly.Defensive dutyBlues’ dynamic, industrious pack and centres got through the lion’s share of tackling. Anscombe did fell five runners, though – perhaps the pick coming here as goes low to help to chop down brawny Andrew Coombs:Even so, there was an obvious miss too. In the second half, abrasive young Dragons centre Jack Dixon brushes Anscombe off too easily:Even though Julian Savea gave him the brush off against New Zealand, one of Biggar’s key strengths– alongside aforementioned contestable kicking– is his one-on-one tackling. Shaun Edwards does not tolerate many mistakes in the Wales set-up.Gainline threatFinally, we come to where Anscombe stands out. A history at full-back has bred impressive pace and an instinctive eye for the gap. Wearing ten, those qualities are just as valuable – especially late on when tacklers tire.This gorgeous jink past Dixon providing a warning:Having curved around into second receiver, Anscombe has more time and space to cause damage. But he can also make breaks from conventional positions:Awareness is the fundamental skill at work here in what is a classic mismatch. Before even receiving the pass from Knoyle, Anscombe clocks that Dragons loosehead Phil Price (red circle) is lined up opposite him and rightly backs his speed:Topping off an encouraging display, Anscombe does well to stay on his feet once he is caught in order for his support to catch up. Again, that is pure rugby sense.To reiterate, the chances of him starting at the Millennium Stadium against England are minute. In all honesty, that would be a ridiculously fiery baptism to Test action.Rhys Priestland and Owen Williams, two excellent players, are also in frame to assume the role of Biggar’s understudy. Just do not be surprised if Gatland opts to blood talented Mr Anscombe rather sooner than expected… Could fly-half Gareth Anscombe slide into Wales’ plans for the Six Nations? We analyse his display during Cardiff Blues’ 11-9 win over the Dragons Northern hemisphere rugby has long cowered in an inferiority complex with regard to New Zealand. That is largely understandable – the all-conquering All Blacks have cast more of a solar eclipse than a shadow in recent times.As such, Gareth Anscombe signing for the Cardiff Blues was always likely to cause a significant stir. Plundering 84 points as the Baby Blacks took the 2011 Junior World Championship, he tasted Super 15 glory after joining a fine Chiefs side 18 months later.Those accolades tell you everything about his undeniable pedigree, which is matched by ambition.Qualifying for Wales through his mother, Anscombe clearly moved with the 2015 World Cup in mind. And, just five appearances into his new role, that goal looks very possible.It would be extremely disrespectful to Dan Biggar, who enjoyed a fantastic autumn, to even suggest Anscombe will walk into the red No. 10 shirt for the electric encounter with England on February 6. However, in sparking the Blues to an 11-9 win over the Dragons last Thursday, he laid down credible credentials for some Six Nations involvement.Man in possession: Dan Biggar on duty for Wales during the autumnNow, in the maelstrom of ardent rugby opinion that is Wales, universal approval is rare. For fly-halves, scrutiny intensifies acutely – just look at James Hook. Anscombe has not been perfect by any means. Missing touch from a penalty in the dying minutes of a home reverse to the Dragons on Boxing Day was one glaring error, and a few chargedowns against Treviso and London Irish, also showed his fallability.But the man himself, still just 23, is admirably laid back and level-headed. On picking up his man of the match award at Rodney Parade, he refused to fuel headline seekers.“The Six Nations isn’t on my radar at all to be honest,” Anscombe said. “I’m starting to find my feet and adapt my game to over here. And I’m enjoying it.”Measured, modest words indeed. Still, his individual efforts during an ugly slug-fest will have had Warren Gatland rubbing his hands. Here is a run-down.Kicking bootsThis was an area Anscombe highlighted himself as one he was not entirely happy with, and his first contribution to the game – an overcooked up-and-under – would have been frustrating. The ball sails over the 22, allowing Dragons full-back Tom Prydie far too much time to call the mark:Later on in the first half, he also saw this penalty attempt fade to the left of the posts from 50 metres out:However, persistence is a mark of class and Cardiff’s adopted son tightened things up markedly. Contestable kicking is a massive part of Test rugby these days, and this effort was precisely on the money.Centres Gavin Evans and Cory Allen can flood through on the chase and compete for the ball:The Blues enjoyed 67 per cent of both possession and territory during the opening 40 minutes, but only boasted a 5-3 lead at the break. To his credit, Anscombe took it upon himself to tick over the scoreboard at the very first opportunity in the second period.Spying that referee Ian Davies is playing a penalty advantage for a Dragons offence at the preceding ruck, he calmly drops back into the pocket and hits a fine drop-goal:It was not all plain sailing though. Anscombe hoiked this restart into touch on the full, a lapse that foreshadowed a long period of Dragons pressure:That said, he also stepped up to nail three points under pressure with 12 minutes remaining. Into a stiff breeze, this was as tough as the two Anscombe missed from the tee. In this case, a solid strike bisected the posts to decide the match:Pulling strings and firing passesPrimarily, a fly-half must be a decisive organiser and a clear communicator. In attack, that means trusting instincts and manoeuvring runners in order to suit a gameplan.The build-up to Allen’s try– the only one of the game– lasted 17 phases, as the Blues showed patience and faith in their structures. Essentially, Mark Hammett’s approach constituted forward pods running off scrum-half Tavis Knoyle before probing in wider channels with accurate, sharp passing.For both facets, Anscombe was key. Circled here, he is already positioning runners for a phase ahead of what is happening currently – not unlike a snooker player thinking one shot into the future:By the time Knoyle has bounced back to the right on the next phase, Josh Navidi – circled in white – is back on his feet and, with the support of fellow forwards, bursts through the line: TAGS: Cardiff Blues Likely lad: Gareth Anscombe has already caught the eye for Cardiff Blues Read an interview with Gareth Anscombe in the February issue of Rugby World – on sale now.last_img read more

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Category: rkfzcrmkaynujbla Unión de Episcopales Negros comienza vigilia por Curry y por…

first_img Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest 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 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Curry Installation, Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Rector Tampa, FL Rector Albany, NY Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Rector Knoxville, TN Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Presiding Bishop Michael Curry Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Youth Minister Lorton, VA New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books El obispo primado electo Michael B. Curry eleva el pan y el vino durante la vigilia del 31 de octubre ofrecida por la Unión de Episcopales Negros en el Arsenal de Washington, D.C. la víspera de la instalación del 27º. Obispo Presidente y Primado de la Iglesia Episcopal. Junto a él, en el altar, se encuentran, de izquierda a derecha, la Rda. Gay Clark Jennings, presidente de la Cámara de Diputados; el Rdo. Canónigo Michael Buerkel Hunn, a punto de convertirse en canónigo del Obispo Primado para el Ministerio; el Rdo. Guy Leemhuis, diácono de la Diócesis de Los Ángeles que sirvió como capellán de la Obispa Primada durante el oficio; la obispa primada Katharine Jefferts Schori; la Rda. Christine L. McCloud, diácona de la Diócesis de Newark, que sirvió como capellán de Curry durante el oficio; la Rda. Diane Peterson, diácona de la Diócesis de Connecticut, que sirvió como diácono de la misa; el Rvdmo. Nathan Baxter, antiguo obispo de Pensilvania Central y la Rda. Canóniga Sandye Wilson, presidente nacional honoraria de la Unión de Episcopales Negros, que predicó durante el oficio. Foto de Mary Frances Schjonberg/ENS.[Episcopal News Service – Washington, D.C.] Durante horas, entre la vigilia de celebración del 31 de octubre, auspiciada por la Unión de Episcopales Negros, (UBE, por su sigla en inglés) y el momento en que el obispo Michael Curry de la Diócesis de Carolina del Norte sea formalmente instalado como Obispo Presidente y Primado el 1 de noviembre, él y la Iglesia Episcopal estarán celebrando una tradicional vigilia de oración afroamericana.Las oraciones comenzaron durante la alegre y conmovedora eucaristía de tres horas de la UBE en el Arsenal del DC y la continuarán, hora tras hora, los miembros de la Fraternidad de Oración Semanal de la UBE y voluntarios del Centro de Oración y Peregrinación de la Catedral Nacional de Washington. Estarán orando por la Iglesia, su misión y su liderazgo laico y ordenado.A la medianoche el 1 de noviembre, Curry, de 62 años, se convertirá oficialmente en la primera persona de color que ostenta el cargo de Obispo Primado. Será el 27º. Obispo Presidente y Primado de la Iglesia Episcopal.La Santa Eucaristía y el oficio de instalación comienzan en la catedral de Washington al mediodía (Hora Estándar del Este, EST) (la hora de verano termina a las 2 A.M. del 1 de noviembre) en lo que es el Domingo de Todos los Santos. Más información aquí.“Es muy agradable advertir hoy que la Iglesia no está siguiendo al mundo”, dijo la Rda. Canóniga Sandye Wilson en su sermón. “Hoy nuestros relojes en Estados Unidos retroceden mientras nuestra Iglesia avanza”.Annette Buchanan, presidente de la Unión de Episcopales Negros habla el 31 de octubre en la Vigilia de Celebración auspiciada por la UBE en el Arsenal del D.C. la víspera de la instalación del obispo Miachel Curry como el 27º. Obispo Primado de la Iglesia Episcopal. Foto de Mary Frances Schjonberg/ENS.Annette Buchanan, presidente de la UBE, puso en perspectiva la naturaleza histórica del fin de semana, al hacer notar que “al principio, como episcopales negros sobrepasábamos en número a los episcopales blancos en el Sur porque éramos esclavos en la Iglesia Episcopal”.“Pasar de ser el esclavo a ser cabeza de familia es muy interesante”, dijo Buchanan durante sus palabras de bienvenida.La Rda. Gay Clark Jennings, presidente de la Cámara de Diputados, le dijo a la congregación que ella da gracias tanto por el ministerio de la obispa primada Katharine Jefferts Schori durante los últimos nueve años como por el ministerio de Curry como obispo primado, a punto de empezar. “Abróchense los cinturones; que vamos a tener unos próximos nueve años muy movidos”, dijo.Jefferts Schori dijo que era “un gran gozo y un privilegio llegar a este fin de semana de transición. Doy inmensas gracias por la elección de Michael Curry como el próximo Obispo Primado”.“Él va a llevar a esta Iglesia a adentrarse más en el mundo, a profundizar más en la comunidad y a acercarse más al reino de Dios”, afirmó ella durante el oficio”. “Demos gracias a Dios”.Curry calificó el día de bendito, “no debido a Michael Curry, sino un día bendito para esta Iglesia que amamos, por este Dios al que servimos y no puedo decirles qué bendición ha sido ser obispo mientras Katharine Jefferts Schori ha sido nuestra Obispa Primada”.Y, llamando a Jennings “mi mejor nueva amiga”, Curry dijo que esperaba “más bendiciones” en su labor conjunta.“Somos pueblo de Dios y somos bienaventurados de seguir el camino de Jesús y de servirle en este mundo”, dijo Curry a la congregación. “Espero unirme a ustedes en seguir a este Jesús y ayudar a transformar este mundo de nuestra pesadilla al sueño de Dios”.Al principio del oficio, Jefferts Schori invocó a “nuestros fieles antepasados y santos de la familia de Dios… que han puesto a prueba nuestra fe, moldeado nuestras vidas y quienes nos han traído hasta este día”.“Es muy agradable advertir que la Iglesia no está siguiendo al mundo. Hoy nuestros relojes en Estados Unidos retroceden mientras nuestra Iglesia avanza”, dijo la Rda. canóniga Sandye Wilson, asesora de la presidente de la Unión de Episcopales Negros Annette Buchanan y rectora de la iglesia episcopal de San Andrés y la Santa Comunión en South Orange, Nueva Jersey, durante su sermón en la vigilia eucarística que la UBE celebrara el 31 de octubre para el obispo primado electo Michael B. Curry. Foto de Mary Frances Schjonberg/ENS.En su sermón, Wilson, también, invocó a los antepasados “que llevaron el peso de la lucha” y advirtió que aún queda trabajo por hacer.“Estos antepasados, sin nosotros, no descansarán en paz”, afirmó. “Ellos hicieron su labor, pero si nosotros no hacemos nuestra labor, ellos nunca descansarán en paz”.Wilson, asesora de Buchanan en la UBE y rectora de la iglesia episcopal de San Andrés y la Santa Comunión [the Episcopal Church of St. Andrew and Holy Communion] en South Orange, Nueva Jersey, también recordó la insistencia de Curry de que la Iglesia viva en su membresía lo que él llama el Movimiento de Jesús. Muchas personas, dijo ella, le han cuestionado el significado del Movimiento de Jesús.“Algunos se preocupan de que debamos ser más que visitadores sociales en las comunidades. Otros se preocupan de que el movimiento nos aleje de la ‘institución’”, dijo ella.Un movimiento existe, afirmó Wilson, para cambiar las vidas de las personas y para desafiar al status quo.“[Un movimiento] causa revoluciones, molesta a la gente que detenta el poder. Vuelca las mesas y hace girar las vidas en redondo. Como personas del Camino, somos parte de ese movimiento”, enfatizó. “La institución es lo que le ocurre a un movimiento cuando crece. Crea una estructura, tiene reuniones, financia la estructura, existe para mantener el orden, existe para perpetuarse. En ocasiones se resiste al cambio y eso es completamente predecible”.La Iglesia se ha convertido en la institución, agregó Wilson, “pero estamos siendo llamados a encontrarnos adelante en el Movimiento de Jesús, de manera que existimos para cambiar las vidas de la gente; moviéndonos, creciendo, expandiéndonos, desafiando el status quo, dando lugar a revoluciones y dándonos cuenta de que en el núcleo íntimo de toda revolución está la bondad humana; volcando mesas y haciendo girar las vidas en redondo.En el ofertorio, Curry recibió varios regalos, entre ellos conchas para recordarle la jornada del peregrino, agua para recordarle el bautismo y una mitra como recordatorio de la obra de Espíritu Santo en Pentecostés e incluso ahora. También recibió vestimentas de los Episcopales Liberianos en EE.UU., los misioneros étnicos de la Sociedad Misionera Nacional y Extranjera y de la Diócesis de Carolina del Norte donde él llevaba 15 años de obispo cuando fue electo Obispo Primado. Los Obispos Episcopales de Ascendencia Africana le prometieron un álbum con las fotos del fin de semana. También recibió presentes de la iglesia episcopal de San Simón Cireneo [St. Simon of Cyrene] en Lincoln Heights, Ohio, donde fue bautizado.Alrededor de 1.700 personas se inscribieron para asistir a la vigilia del 31 de octubre auspiciada por la Unión de Episcopales Negros en el Arsenal del Distrito de Columbia la víspera de la instalación de Michael B. Curry como el 27º. Obispo Presidente y Primado de la Iglesia Episcopal. Foto de Mary Frances Schjonberg/ENS.Nathan Baxter, obispo de Pensilvania Central y presidente nacional honorario de la UBE, le presentó a Jefferts Schori una mitra hecha de tela de kente para agradecerle su “ apoyo a nuestra herencia” y como un “recordatorio de que usted también tiene alma”. Y todo el personal de la Sociedad Misionera Nacional y Extranjera le agradeció a Jefferts Schori el haber trabajado con ella.(La Sociedad Misionera Nacional y Extranjera o Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society (DFMS) es el nombre legal y canónico con el cual la Iglesia Episcopal está incorporada, funciona empresarialmente y lleva a cabo la misión).Electo en la Convención GeneralLa Cámara de Obispos eligió a Curry el 27 de junio durante la Convención General en la primera votación por una abrumadora mayoría. Él recibió 121 votos de un total de 174 emitidos. El número de votos necesario para la elección de un candidato era de 89. Era la primera vez que los obispos elegían a un obispo primado en la primera votación.El obispo Dabney Smith, de la Diócesis del Suroeste de la Florida; el obispo Thomas Breidenthal, de la Diócesis de Ohio Sur y el obispo Ian Douglas de la Diócesis de Connecticut fueron los otros nominados. La elección de Curry fue confirmada una hora después por la Cámara de Diputados —tal como prescriben los Cánones de la Iglesia— por una votación de 800 a 12.Es la segunda vez seguida que la Iglesia hace historia con la instalación de un obispo primado. En 2006, la actual obispa primada Katharine Jefferts Schori se convirtió en la primera mujer electa a la primacía de la Iglesia Episcopal. Ella fue también la primera mujer entre los primados, o líderes ordenados, de las 38 provincias de la Comunión Anglicana, una distinción que aún ostenta. Jefferts Schori fue electa el 18 de junio de 2006 durante la 75ª. reunión de la Convención General.Los papeles del Obispo PrimadoEl Obispo Primado es el pastor principal de la Iglesia, presidente del Consejo Ejecutivo y de la Sociedad Misionera Nacional y Extranjera. La descripción canónica de la elección del Obispo Primado y el período de tiempo para el cual es electo pueden encontrarse en el Título I Sección 2 de los Cánones de la Iglesia.El obispo primado electo Michael B. Curry canta durante la celebración de la vigilia del 31 de octubre auspiciada por la Unión de Episcopales Negros en el Arsenal del Distrito de Columbia la víspera de su instalación como Obispo Presidente y Primado de la Iglesia Episcopal. Con él se encuentra la Rda. Christine L. McCloud, una diácona de la Diócesis de Newark que sirvió como su capellán en el oficio. Foto de Mary Frances Schjonberg/ENS.Según la Sección 2 del Título I, el Obispo Presidente y Primado, como pastor principal “deberá asumir el liderazgo para iniciar y desarrollar la política y estrategia de la Iglesia y hablar por la Iglesia acerca de las políticas, estrategias y programas autorizados por la Convención General”.El Obispo Primado también “predica la palabra de Dios a la Iglesia y al mundo, como representante de esta Iglesia y de su episcopado en su capacidad colectiva”, representa a la Iglesia Episcopal ante la Comunión Anglicana, sirve como el principal consagrante de obispos y preside la Cámara de Obispos. También desempeña un papel significativo en la disciplina y cambios en el estatus de los obispos, según la Sección 2 del Título I.El Obispo Primado también ejerce un papel importante en el gobierno de la Iglesia al hacer nombramientos a varios organismos gobernantes, al tomar decisiones con el presidente de la Cámara de Diputados, al servir como miembro [ex officio] de todos los comités y comisiones de carácter denominacional y al servir como presidente de los juntas de gobierno fundamentales de la Iglesia. Él o ella es el presidente y director(a) ejecutivo(a) del Consejo Ejecutivo, que es la junta directiva de la Sociedad Misionera Nacional y Extranjera, según el Canon I.4, y supervisa la ejecución de los programas y políticas adoptadas por la Convención General y llevadas a cabo por la Sociedad.El personal de la Sociedad Misionera Nacional y Extranjera rinde cuentas al Obispo Primado, que es el presidente de la Sociedad, ya sea directamente o mediante un grupo de importantes funcionarios que, según el canon, responde directamente al Obispo Primado (Por canon, la Convención General mantiene una estructura separada de rendición de cuentas).En su “Llamado al discernimiento y perfil”, el comité conjunto de nominaciones dijo que 27º. Obispo Primado debería sentirse “a gusto en medio de la ambigüedad y ser capaz de dirigir a la Iglesia en el espacio fértil y temporal que media entre el ‘ahora’ y lo ‘que está por venir’”. La persona escogida y elegida por la Iglesia tendría que sentirse “muy a gusto” en la diversidad de una “Iglesia multinacional, multilingüe, multicultural, multiétnica y multigeneracional”. Y, debido a que “nuestra forma de gobierno tiene muchos componentes y complejidades”, el 27º. Obispo Primado deberá poseer “las competencias y el saber necesarios para dirigir sistemas complejos y democráticos a través de una época de importantes cambios”.En un principio, el cargo de Obispo Primado era ocupado automáticamente por el obispo de mayor antigüedad en la Cámara de Obispos, medido por la fecha de su consagración, a partir de la primacía de William White en la primera sesión de la Convención General de 1789. Ese proceso cambió en 1925 cuando la Iglesia eligió al Rvdmo. John Gardner Murray como su 16º. Obispo Primado. Una cronología interactiva sobre los obispos primados puede encontrarse aquí.Ministerio anterior del obispo primado electo CurryNacido en Chicago, Illinois, el 13 de marzo de 1953, Curry asistió a escuelas públicas en Búfalo, Nueva York, y, en 1975, obtuvo licenciaturas en humanidades de los colegios universitarios Hobart y William Smith, en Geneva, Nueva York y una Maestría en Teología en 1978 de la Escuela de Teología de la Universidad de Yale. También estudió en el Seminario Teológico de Princeton, la Universidad de Wake Forest, el Instituto Ecuménico del Seminario de Santa María [St. Mary’s Seminary] y en el Instituto de Estudios Cristianojudíos.El obispo primado electo Michael B. Curry administra la comunión durante la vigilia del 31 de octubre ofrecida por la Unión de Episcopales Negros en el Arsenal del D.C. la víspera de su instalación como el 27º. Obispo Presidente y Primado de la Iglesia Episcopal. Foto de Mary Frances Schjonberg/ENS.Él fue ordenado al diaconado en junio de 1978, en la catedral de San Pablo [St. Paul’s Cathedral], de Búfalo, Nueva York, y al presbiterado en diciembre de ese mismo año en [la iglesia] de San Esteban [St. Stephen’s], en Winston-Salem, Carolina del Norte. Comenzó su ministerio como diácono encargado en la iglesia de San Esteban, de la que fue rector de 1979-1982. Luego aceptó un llamado a ser rector en San Simón Cireneo [St. Simon of Cyrene], Lincoln Heights, Ohio, la cual atendió de 1982 a 1988. En este último año se convirtió en rector de la iglesia de Santiago Apóstol [St. James’], en Baltimore, Maryland, donde prestó servicios hasta su elección como obispo.En sus tres ministerios parroquiales, Curry participó activamente en la fundación de campamentos ecuménicos de verano para niños, la creación de redes de proveedores de guarderías infantiles y de centros de enseñanza y el corretaje (de bolsa) de millones de dólares de inversiones en barrios urbanos deprimidos. Él también forma parte de la comisión sobre el ministerio en cada una de las tres diócesis donde prestó servicios. Durante su período como obispo de Carolina del Norte Curry instituyó una red de canónigos, diáconos y profesionales del ministerio de los jóvenes dedicados a apoyar el ministerio que tiene lugar en las congregaciones locales y concentró la Diócesis en la dedicación de la Iglesia Episcopal a los Objetivos de Desarrollo del Milenio de las Naciones Unidas mediante una campaña de $400.000 para comprar mosquiteros en la lucha contra el paludismo que salvaron miles de vidas.A través de su ministerio, Curry ha sido activo en asuntos de justicia social, pronunciándose sobre la política migratoria y la igualdad matrimonial.Curry pertenece a las juntas de muchas organizaciones y tiene un ministerio nacional de predicación y enseñanza. Ha participado en [el programa] “La Hora Protestante” [The Protestant Hour] y “El estado de cosas” [The State of Things] en la Radio Pública de Carolina del Norte, así como en la página web de The Huffington Post. Además, Curry es un frecuente orador en conferencias por todo el país. Ha recibido diplomas honorarios de Sewanee: la Universidad del Sur, del Seminario Teológico de Virginia, de Yale y, más recientemente, de la Escuela Episcopal de Teología. Fue parte del Equipo de Trabajo para Reinventar la Iglesia Episcopal y recientemente fue nombrado presidente de la junta directiva de la Agencia Episcopal de Ayuda y Desarrollo. Su último libro, Songs My Grandma Sang [Los cantos que cantaban mi abuela] se publicó en junio de 2015. Su libro de sermones Crazy Christians [Cristianos locos], salió en agosto de 2013. Curry y su esposa Sharon tienen dos hijas: Rachel y Elizabeth.— La Rda. Mary Frances Schjonberg es redactora y reportera de Episcopal News Service. Traducción de Vicente Echerri.Nota de la redactora: Una versión anterior de este artículo informaba incorrectamente que el obispo Michael Curry había sido bautizado en la iglesia episcopal de San Simón Cireneo, en Lincoln Heights, Ohio. Él sirvió como rector allí de 1982 a 1988, pero fue bautizado en la iglesia de San Simón Cireneo [St. Simon of Cyrene], Maywood, Illinois, el 3 de mayo de 1953. 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Category: rkfzcrmkaynujbla Presiding Bishop in Puerto Rico exchanges messages of hope as…

first_img Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Rector Martinsville, VA AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Tags Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Latin America, Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Province IX Cathedral Dean Boise, ID This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 January 6, 2018 at 7:44 am Thank you for the story. We do not read much in our newspapers or hear on the radio about the aftermath of the hurricane. This is heartening to know that the church is stepping up and truly helping. Rector Belleville, IL Rector Albany, NY Judy Hoover says: Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Presiding Bishop in Puerto Rico exchanges messages of hope as struggles persist after hurricane Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Curate Diocese of Nebraska Puerto Rico Bishop Rafael Morales gives a toy to a child during a pop-up medical clinic that doubled as a hurricane relief station Jan. 3 in Toa Baja. Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, far right, who was on a two-day pastoral visit, helped distribute the toys alongside three costumed Wise Men. Photo: David Paulsen/Episcopal News Service[Episcopal News Service – Toa Baja, Puerto Rico] Bishop Rafael Morales leaves no impression he is still wading into his job. He had been leading the Diocese of Puerto Rico a mere two months when Hurricane Maria devastated the island in September, and since then he and his staff and clergy around the diocese have mobilized relief efforts with a determination that this week earned praise from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry during his two-day visit.Hurricane Maria was and continues to be an unparalleled catastrophe, Morales said, but he is seizing the opportunity for ministry to his fellow Puerto Ricans.“Our people have a good heart,” he said Jan. 3, on the road to the coastal town of Toa Baja accompanied by Curry. Puerto Rico’s culture is one of thanksgiving, Morales said. “This diocese is a diocese of hope.”Curry was in Puerto Rico on a pastoral visit, and he preached Jan. 3 in the evening at the Episcopal cathedral in San Juan, the capital of the U.S. territory. The earlier stop in Toa Baja introduced Curry and his delegation to Hugs of Love, a series of pop-up medical clinics the diocese has offered since the hurricane through the health care system it runs. This and other ministries are strengthened by ecumenical partnerships and through collaboration with federal agencies, local nonprofits and the Episcopal Church’s Episcopal Relief & Development.For the Hugs of Love event in Toa Baja, open-air canvas tents were set up on a vacant gravel lot provided by the local Disciples of Christ congregation, which also sent volunteers. They wore hats and shirts with the message “Ama Como Crist” – “Love Like Christ.”“Thank you for what you’ve both done. It’s God’s work,” Curry said to the Disciples of Christ pastor, the Rev. Prudencio Rivera Andujar, and his wife, Azalia Gomez.Presiding Bishop Michael Curry greets people Jan. 3 at the pop-up medical clinic in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico. Photo: David Paulsen/Episcopal News ServiceCurry walked through the tents shaking hands and doling out hugs to the diocesan volunteers and some of the hundreds of residents who had come for the daylong clinic. They waited their turns to receive blood pressure checks, blood tests, vaccinations, prescription refills and other medical services, all provided free by doctors and nurses from Episcopal Hospital San Lucas, based in Ponce.Everyone from the San Lucas system gets involved in the pop-up clinics, Jesus Cruz Correa, the hospital’s medical director, told Curry. “We rotate the doctors.” Patients who need further medical attention are referred to the hospital for follow-up visits.A box truck from the hospital, parked near one of the tents, was filled with food, water and personal hygiene items for distribution to the families. Lunch and music were included in the event, along with activities for the children.Morales, who spent seven years as a priest in Toa Baja, was an eager host, leaning in for a laugh often and deploying his infectious smile nearly always. He is an Episcopalian who talks constantly about his blessings, his diocese’s blessings, and his people’s blessings, even in a time of such deprivation. The church is motivated to engage with the community, he said.“It’s a blessing, it’s a ministry,” he had told Curry earlier in the day after greeting him at the hotel in San Juan. “We have hard moments now, but Jesus is blessing us.”Residents still struggle months after hurricaneThe scene around Toa Baja, about 20 minutes west of San Juan, only hints at the scale of the disaster still gripping much of the island more than 100 days after Maria struck as a powerful category 4 hurricane. It made landfall Sept. 20 with maximum sustained winds of 155 mph, knocking out power and telephone service for the island’s 3.4 million residents. It caused mudslides, destroyed homes and businesses, downed trees and created extreme shortages of food and drinking water.The official death toll from the storm stands at 64, but a New York Times analysis last month suggests the disaster’s real toll is exponentially higher, possibly topping 1,000 deaths.The damage to Puerto Rico’s infrastructure has been particularly devastating. The governor’s office announced last week that power had been restored to only 55 percent of customers across the island, and getting the lights back on in remote areas might not happen until May.In Trujillo Alto, a downed utility pole rests at the side of a road that leads to the Episcopal diocesan offices, in a neighborhood among those still without power. Some stoplights on the town’s thoroughfares have only recently begun working again, but as of this week, Morales’ team was based in a building still powered by a generator.Some inland mountain communities have been hit even harder. “Roads are completely destroyed,” the Rev. Edwin Orlando Velez said through a Spanish translator while visiting the Hugs for Love clinic in Toa Baja.Orlando Velez serves two congregations in the west-central part of the island, in the towns of Lares and Maricao. Many people are still are without power or water, he said. Because of mudslides and downed trees, driving is difficult.The churches are working with the local municipalities to help with cleanup, but Orlando Velez and other priests also have been ministering to hurricane victims through home visits. They often find that simply holding someone’s hand and listening to the person’s stories makes a difference.“I would say that they are in pretty good spirits,” he said. “The people in the mountains are used to hardships. Because of that they have had an accepting attitude.”Some of the diocese’s priests lost their homes. Others didn’t have power in their churches until receiving generators, with help from Episcopal Relief & Development and other church partners, such as the Diocese of Maryland.In the first days after the storm, with phone lines down and cell service unreliable, Episcopal Relief & Development arranged to get satellite phones to the diocese so Morales’ team could coordinate pastoral and medical relief efforts with far-flung clergy. Episcopal Relief & Development also has paid for food and water, and because of its experience responding to previous hurricanes, it is helping the diocese coordinate with federal agencies and other relief organizations.Episcopal Relief & Development President Rob Radtke, who accompanied Curry on his two-day visit, called Puerto Rico a “high-capacity diocese.” The diocese has successfully leveraged its health care system as part of relief efforts, he said, and it benefits from well-organized and ambitious leadership with a heartening interest in serving its community.“This is where the church really has a particular gift. This is true both in Puerto Rico and elsewhere,” Radtke told Episcopal News Service. “It has access to the most intimate parts of people’s lives, and it has a high level of trust that it can call on, in terms of people reaching out to the church and seeing the church as a place that will meet their needs.”Presiding Bishop Michael Curry joins a group led by the Diocese of Puerto Rico that conducted home visits Jan. 3 to provide medical care to sick residents of Toa Baja. Here, Mariana Cabrera, 83, who suffers from diabetes, high blood pressure and ulcers, is checked by medical personnel. Photo: David Paulsen/Episcopal News ServiceMorales expressed disappointment in the federal response so far. He doesn’t think the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, has shown the same commitment to Puerto Rico as it has to communities in the continental United States that were ravaged by hurricanes in 2017, such as Houston. In areas where the government is seen as falling short, his diocese hopes to step up.“The blessing is that now we are a missionary diocese,” Morales told Curry over lunch of chicken, rice and beans, as three costumed Wise Men took the lead in handing out bags of food and water to families visiting the Toa Baja clinic.After lunch, Morales and Curry joined the Three Wise Men to distribute toys to a long line of smiling children and their parents – “the Epiphany in advance,” Morales said.In face of despair, seeking signs of hopeCurry had another biblical reference in mind. “You have turned the water of the hurricane into the wine of hope,” he told the church leaders in Toa Baja, providing a preview of his sermon hours later.That evening, at Holy Eucharist at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Curry spoke of the Epiphany gospel reading resonating for the local church’s mission – how the Three Wise Men of the Gospel of Matthew stumbled upon a miracle, and how Episcopalians in Puerto Rico may find miracles in themselves. Then he invoked the story of the Wedding at Cana, in which Jesus took jars of water and turned them into wine for all of those gathered.“I’ve heard about neighbors taking care of neighbors,” he said, highlighting examples in Puerto Rico, from the priests who have reached out to people with damaged homes to the doctors and nurses he met at the “hospital in the field” in Toa Baja.“You’ve been turning the water of Maria into the wine of hope,” he told the congregation.He concluded with words of encouragement, for Episcopalians in Puerto Rico to keep following the way of Jesus as they minister to their neighbors.“When you walk through the storm, hold your head up high,” he said. “If you follow Jesus, you’ll never walk alone.”Such encouragement is welcome. Despair is a constant threat for families struggling after the hurricane, said Damaris DeJesus, who serves as secretary of the diocese’s board of directors and who chauffeured Curry and the other visitors to some of their stops this week.“For example, that house,” she said, pointing to a damaged apartment building on the side of a road in Toa Baja. “That family, what are they going to do?” At the same time, she credited Morales with emphasizing hope in calling the diocese to serve those in need.Damaris DeJesus, left, discusses Puerto Ricans’ mix of despair and hope during the drive from Toa Baja back to San Juan on Jan. 3 with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, right, and an Episcopal Church delegation. Photo: David Paulsen/Episcopal News ServiceDeJesus is a psychologist who teaches at the University of Puerto Rico, and after the hurricane she worked with interns to set up group counseling sessions with families dealing with the psychological trauma of losing so much. She was struck by the perspective of a 6-year-old boy who was living in a tent with his parents because his family’s home was damaged in the storm.“At the moment I met him, I saw how happy he was,” she told Curry and his staff through an interpreter. The boy had pointed out all that his family still had, including each other. “He was thankful to God that he was with his parents.”On Jan. 4, Morales arranged for Curry to hear testimonials from people who survived the hurricane. After giving Curry and his staff a tour of the diocesan offices in Trujillo Alto, he invited them outside to a banquet lunch under a tent, where the generator’s rumble mixed with the sound of live music.Before the lunch was served, four Episcopalians stood to speak to the crowd of several dozen people about their experiences during and after Hurricane Maria. Kelma L. Nieves Serrano of Fajardo described how she and her wife lost everything – their house flooded, their car destroyed.“We also had God as our companion,” she said through a translator. And they felt fortunate to have members of the Episcopal community checking in on them and offering food, water and transportation when needed. “We are struggling, but we are standing.”Kelma L. Nieves Serrano, left, of Fajardo describes her experiences in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria at an event Jan. 4 hosted by Bishop Rafael Morales, right, outside the Diocese of Puerto Rico offices in Trujillo Alto. Photo: David Paulsen/Episcopal News ServiceElfidia Pizarro Parrilla of Loíza said she and her neighbors were similarly thankful for the support of the Episcopal Church. The hurricane “turned our home upside-down. I have lost everything that I had,” Pizarro Parrilla said. “The church said, ‘we are here, present with you.’”Morales gave his own testimonial, beginning by acknowledging his own despair after the hurricane struck. He came to the diocese’s offices, saw the surrounding destruction and wondered what he could do. He was inspired by the sight of a cross, which was still standing outside behind the main building.“When I saw the cross, I understood that the Lord was indeed in the middle of the storm and he was here after the storm,” Morales told the crowd gathered under the tent.The tent had been raised on a large concrete slab in front of the main building, and it served as a symbol of resurrection as Morales spoke of how God has guided the diocese forward. The hurricane destroyed a provisional church building that stood on that concrete slab, which now supported a gathering filled with fellowship and resolve.“What a hurricane takes away can be rebuilt into something good,” he said.– David Paulsen is an editor and reporter for the Episcopal News Service. He can be reached at [email protected] Dinorah Padro contributed translation for this report. 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Category: rkfzcrmkaynujbla Apopka Burglary Report

first_img11/3 at 9:53 AMBUSINESS150 BLOCK W 10TH ST  11/5 at 1:29 PMVEHICLE3700 BLOCK CHANDLER ESTATES DR  You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your comment! 11/4 at 6:14 AMVEHICLE170 BLOCK W 4TH ST  LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply TAGSApopka Burglary ReportApopka Police DepartmentBusiness Burglary ReportResidential Burglary ReportVehicle Burglary Report Previous articleSonny’s BBQ giving away $10,000 to non-profitNext articleFlorida Groups Urge Utility Regulators to Boost Energy Efficiency Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 11/7 at 12:25 PMVEHICLE1600 BLOCK W ORANGE BLOSSOM TRL center_img Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Apopka Police Department Burglary Report: Week Ending November 9thThe Apopka Burglary Report for the week ending November 9th shows four burglaries reported in Apopka.Chief Michael McKinley of the Apopka Police Department tells us that many vehicle burglaries could have been prevented if everyone remembers to do just two things:Remove all valuables from your vehicleLock your car doorsThe breakdown of the burglaries reported to the Apopka Police Department last week:1 – Business0 – Residential3 – VehicleHere is a list of the burglaries, along with their date, time, type, and location: DATE/TIMETYPELOCATION Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your name here The Anatomy of Fear Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

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Category: rkfzcrmkaynujbla Darous building / Hamedart

first_imgShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/950579/darous-building-hamedart Clipboard Darous building / HamedartSave this projectSaveDarous building / HamedartSave this picture!© Mohammad Hassan Ettefagh+ 25Curated by Hana Abdel Share CopyAbout this officeHamedartOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsBuildingsResidentialTehranOn FacebookIranPublished on November 03, 2020Cite: “Darous building / Hamedart” 03 Nov 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Iran Year:  “COPY” ArchDaily CopyApartments, Residential•Tehran, Iran Seyyed Hamed Hosseini Photographs:  Mohammad Hassan Ettefagh Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Apartments Area:  1400 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project center_img Darous building / Hamedart Lead Architects: “COPY” Architects: Hamedart Area Area of this architecture project Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/950579/darous-building-hamedart Clipboard Design Team:Seyed Emadedin Miremadi, Shadi ShademanroozDiagrams & Video:Melika Asgari Sereshg, Fatemeh Sadat AbiriClients:Jafar ArdaniEngineering:Ehsan GhafouriCompilation Of Studies:Negar SanianCity:TehranCountry:IranMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Mohammad Hassan EttefaghRecommended ProductsPorcelain StonewareGrespaniaPorcelain Tiles- CoverlamPorcelain StonewareApavisaFloor Tiles – RegenerationWindowsFAKRORoof Windows – FPP-V preSelect MAXMetallicsKriskadecorMetal Fabric – Outdoor CladdingText description provided by the architects. Over times, home has been a safe place that provided privacy, and also paid attention to its connection with public space(street and yard). Nowadays one of the main elements of visual connection between person’s inside and the public space(outside) are the windows. According to Johann Plasma, a Finnish architect: The window in architecture connects light and shadow, outside and inside, open and closed space, introversion and extroversion, and public and private. Today, we see many buildings with windows like row of openings in accordance with the national building laws, and the residents of such buildings deprive themselves of the benefit of such an architectural element by installing curtains permanently. Save this picture!© Mohammad Hassan EttefaghIn this project, an attempt has been made to pay attention to the window as an internal and external linker. Since many buildings are built with intricate facades, we have tried to reduce the visual confusion created by the details and additional decorations of the adjacent buildings facades. In this way instead of just large windows with continuous and boring views, the viewer’s eyes are faced with a puzzle of different frames that can scan the surface of the façade and Absorb visual information. Also Sitting on the floor is one of the Iranians habit. The low height window allows these observers to see outside. By designing this type of windows, the dance of light and different views inside the house continues and the eyes of the residents ,completes the outside view like a puzzle and they watch the rain and snow dance and the falling leaves of the trees in different frames, and this is how the window becomes a poetic link between the inside and the outside space.Save this picture!© Mohammad Hassan EttefaghSave this picture!DiagramSave this picture!© Mohammad Hassan EttefaghThis building is far from complexity, which has been turned into a neutral façade with white stone material, and allows the users to design the façade by lighting the interior and placing their favorite plants and diversify their home. Using wooden elements in the façade conveys a sense of familiarity to the user and is reminiscent of the trunks of trees in front of the building. Also, this usage of wood is drawn into the interior and forms a part of the roof beams and furniture, which leads to the connection between inside and outside of the building. Along with this visual perception, the touch of natural heat of the wooden entrance doors of the building contributes to this sensory richness.Save this picture!© Mohammad Hassan EttefaghIn the plan, the public and private areas of the house are separated, due to Iranian culture. Each of the public spaces benefits from the natural light of the north and the private spaces from the south. Each space has a unique ceiling design. Concrete elements have been used in the decoration of the bedroom and living room, which, along with the warmth of the wood, has given a special contrast and elegance to the space. The structural system of the building is concrete and U boot roofs, and for the heating and cooling system, duct split is considered.Save this picture!© Mohammad Hassan EttefaghProject gallerySee allShow lessAylout 32 / Akl Architects + Patrick Boustany ArchitectSelected ProjectsAGORA Business Incubator / CoCo architectureSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Tehran Province, Tehran, Pasdaran Ave, IranLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Projects Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Adobe, After Effetcs, Deland, Tabriz Tile 2018last_img read more

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Category: rkfzcrmkaynujbla Charity Awards 2000 winners announced

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The winners of the first Charity Awards have been announced.Read UK Fundraising’s report. Howard Lake | 22 June 2000 | News Charity Awards 2000 winners announced About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.  17 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Advertisement read more

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Category: rkfzcrmkaynujbla Breast Cancer Campaign’s Annual Review focuses on geographical diversity

first_imgBreast Cancer Campaign’s Annual Review focuses on geographical diversity Howard Lake | 2 August 2006 | News Breast Cancer Campaign’s Annual Review has this year been designed to reflect the Campaign’s geographical diversity, with creative use of the Campaign’s signature jigsaw puzzle image.Designed for the third year running by not-for-profit sector branding specialists Spencer du Bois, the 2006 Annual Review has illustrated the Campaign’s reach by breaking the British Isles into hundreds of pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, the charity’s logo, and quoting those involved with the Campaign.Titled ‘Piecing it Together’, the report illustrates the progress the Campaign is making. It has been designed with two different size pages, the large pages with full bleed, saturated images and the small pages representing what the Campaign does and is working towards. Advertisement  16 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThiscenter_img About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. The 30-page report will be distributed in hard copy format to key stakeholders and it will be available to download as a PDF from the charity’s website. Tagged with: Individual givinglast_img read more

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Category: rkfzcrmkaynujbla Break into Media at Mt. Sierra College

first_img Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Subscribe 3 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Community News Make a comment Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Los Angeles has an undeniable presence in the field of media – from Hollywood movies with stunning special effects to online publications with interactive components – today’s media landscape is a multi-faceted world. Students eager to join this evolving field need to understand the basics of both arts and business.Mt. Sierra College, a media and technology focused school, gives students the edge they need to succeed in today’s multimedia world. This bachelor’s degree program teaches media arts, computers, information technology. It’s programs are business, business entrepreneurship, network communications, computer information systems, visual effects, graphic design and game arts.“A majority of our students are in our media arts programs. So game arts, graphic design are definitely high points on the campus. The business and business entrepreneurship are definitely up and coming programs. And our IT programs have a very strong presence in the network communication and the computer information system,” said John Davis. This combination of learning areas gives students the skills they need to succeed as a freelancer, business owner or employee after graduation.Mt. Sierra is known for its small class sizes and focus on experience. Students interact with professors, many of whom are industry professionals, and each other to build their portfolios prior to graduation.This year, the college has fostered partnerships with local colleges so that students can continue their studies. “Our students that [graduate] from our bachelor’s media arts program can be accepted into their master fine arts program,” said President Bill Kakish.In addition, Mt. Sierra offers a unique Lifelong Learning Program so that graduates can stay up-to-date with new technologies. “Our graduates can come back because technology changes so much. They can take courses in their program for free…we’re really excited about that program, it’s ongoing,” said President Bill Kakish.This year, the college is moving to a newly renovated campus which offers students state-of-the-art technology and resources.Registration for our winter term is still open and available for all of our programs. President Bill Kakish encourages prospective students to come visit the campus and get to know the staff.“So we start [student’s] academic experience with a face to face interview and they get a lot of attention and a lot of access to resources all the way through the program that makes them feel like they are somebody important on the campus. It’s a very personal, student-oriented community. [We] focus on those really exciting outcomes that the industry provides,” explained President Kakish.Enrollment is now open for the Winter 2016 term. Visit http://mtsierra.edu/admissions or call (888) 828-8800 for more information.Mt. Sierra College, 101 E. Huntington Drive, Monrovia, (626) 873-2144 or visit mtsierra.edu. More Cool Stuffcenter_img Education Break into Media at Mt. Sierra College From STAFF REPORTS Published on Friday, December 11, 2015 | 12:09 pm Top of the News Community News First Heatwave Expected Next Week Herbeauty10 Of The Most Notorious Female Spies In HistoryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Lies You Should Stop Telling Yourself Right NowHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyInstall These Measures To Keep Your Household Safe From Covid19HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty9 Of The Best Family Friendly Dog BreedsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty8 Yoga Poses To Overcome Stress And AnxietyHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty7 Reasons Why The Lost Kilos Are Regained AgainHerbeautyHerbeauty EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Business News faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,PCC – EducationVirtual Schools PasadenaDarrell Done EducationHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday last_img read more

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Category: rkfzcrmkaynujbla Delay In Delivery Of Reasoned Judgments Violates Fundamental Right To Life: Supreme Court Issues ‘Reminder’ To HCs [Read Judgment]

first_imgTop StoriesDelay In Delivery Of Reasoned Judgments Violates Fundamental Right To Life: Supreme Court Issues ‘Reminder’ To HCs [Read Judgment] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK2 Nov 2020 4:31 AMShare This – x”Judicial discipline requires promptness in delivery of judgments.”The Supreme Court has ‘reminded’ the High Courts that delay in delivery of judgments is violation of Right to Life under Article 21 of the Constitution of India.”Judicial discipline requires promptness in delivery of judgments – an aspect repeatedly emphasized by this Court. The problem is compounded where the result is known but not the reasons. This deprives any aggrieved party of…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court has ‘reminded’ the High Courts that delay in delivery of judgments is violation of Right to Life under Article 21 of the Constitution of India.”Judicial discipline requires promptness in delivery of judgments – an aspect repeatedly emphasized by this Court. The problem is compounded where the result is known but not the reasons. This deprives any aggrieved party of the opportunity to seek further judicial redressal in the next tier of judicial scrutiny.” the bench comprising Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Hrishikesh Roy observed while considering an appeal filed against an order passed by Aurangabad bench of the Bombay High Court. The order, the court noted, was pronounced on 21.01.2020 being only the operative portion, and the reasons were published on 09.10.2020 after about 9 months.The Court noted that, in State of Punjab & Ors. v. Jagdev Singh Talwandi – 1984 (1) SCC 596, the Supreme Court had highlighted the serious difficulties which were caused on account of a practice which was increasingly being adopted by several High Courts, that of pronouncing the final orders without a reasoned judgment. In Anil Rai v. State of Bihar – 2001 (7) SCC 318  some guidelines regarding the pronouncement of judgments were also issued, the court said. It said that normally the judgment is expected within two months of the conclusion of the arguments, and on expiry of three months any of the parties can file an application in the High Court with prayer for early judgment. If, for any reason, no judgment is pronounced for six months, any of the parties is entitled to move an application before the then Chief Justice of the High Court with a prayer to re-assign the case before another Bench for fresh arguments, the court added. Justice Kaul observed:”We must note with regret that the counsel extended through various judicial pronouncements including the one referred to aforesaid appear to have been ignored, more importantly where oral orders are pronounced. In case of such orders, it is expected that they are either dictated in the Court or at least must follow immediately thereafter, to facilitate any aggrieved party to seek redressal from the higher Court. The delay in delivery of judgments has been observed to be a violation of Article 21 of the Constitution of India in Anil Rai’s case (supra) and as stated aforesaid, the problem gets aggravated when the operative portion is made available early and the reasons follow much later.”The bench also directed circulation of the copy of this order to all High Courts observing that as a ‘reminder’. Recently a number of such orders have come to our notice, the court said. While setting aside the order of the High Court, the bench observed:”It cannot be countenanced that between the date of the operative portion of the order and the reasons disclosed, there is a hiatus period of nine months!  This is much more than what has been observed to be the maximum time period for even pronouncement of reserved judgment as per Anil Rai’s case (supra).The appellant undoubtedly being the aggrieved party and prejudiced by the impugned order is unable to avail of the legal remedy of approaching this Court where reasons can be scrutinized. It really amounts to defeating the rights of the appellant to challenge the impugned order on merits and even the succeeding party is unable to obtain the fruits of success of the litigation.”CASE: BALAJI BALIRAM MUPADE vs. STATE OF MAHARASHTRA [ CIVIL APPEAL NO.3564/2020 ]CORAM: Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Hrishikesh Roy Click here to Read/Download JudgmentRead JudgmentNext Storylast_img read more

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