Rector Knoxville, TN In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 January 4, 2017 at 4:11 pm I sure do agree with the Archbishop. If Jesus had stayed out of politics we would never have heard about him! 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Submit a Press Release [Anglican Communion News Service] Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has declared his support for Archbishop of Cape Town Thabo Makgoba in a dispute with the South African president.In his Christmas sermon, Makgoba had rejected a call from President Jacob Zuma for the church to stay out of politics. In a statement, Zuma later said that he had been referring to party politics. In response, Makgoba welcomed the clarification but insisted the church would not keep quiet and would not keep out of politics.Full article. Archbishop of Canterbury, Rector Pittsburgh, PA Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Featured Events Rector Hopkinsville, KY New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books January 11, 2017 at 9:16 pm I am glad that the Archbishop has chosen to speak against the various types of injustices occurring in South Africa. I do respect separation of Church (religion) and State however there are times when politicians need to be reminded that they have someone Higher to whom we must all answer. All of us at one or time have looked towards religious institutions for guidance and support. It will help society in the long run to have some moral / ethical guidelines to work with. Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Rector Shreveport, LA Submit an Event Listing 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 Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Rector Collierville, TN Rector Martinsville, VA Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Posted Jan 4, 2017 Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Comments (3) Anglican Communion, Rector Washington, DC Rector Smithfield, NC Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 January 4, 2017 at 6:05 pm Good for Thabo, a good man I met in Palestine. He spoke the truth in Jerusalem and he is doing so again. In standing tall to speak truth to power, he provides a model for American clergy – and laity – in our current time of peril. And there are welcome echoes in the letter on climate change and immigration that the bishops of California have written to the President-Elect and the forceful statement of solidarity and resistance by the vestry of Seattle’s St. Mark’s Cathedral. For too long we have hidden behind the potential loss of our tax exemption as an excuse for silence. As Vincent Harding wrote and Martin spoke “There is a time when silence is betrayal.” That time, I fear, is now. Lloyd Casson says: Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Canterbury backs Southern Africa primate in church v state row Rector Belleville, IL Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. 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Apopka Fire Department and Florida Hospital Use New Mobile Application for Faster Emergency ResponseFrom The City of ApopkaApopka is partnering with Florida Hospital as the first fire department in the state to utilize new mobile communication software that speeds up emergency medical service.City paramedics started using the Twiage mobile application this month, complementing traditional two-way radios to deliver medical information while en route to Florida Hospital Apopka. The new system provides for fast and accurate communication allowing hospital emergency medical teams to better evaluate and prepare for patient treatment. Apopka Fire Chief Chuck Carnesale and Capt. Wil Sanchez joined with Florida Hospital staff on Monday to demonstrate the software with Twiage CEO and co-founder John Hui. Other fire departments are now evaluating the software for future use.“It was hard to believe that in 2017 radio was still the main communication form in the emergency medical services environment,” said John Hui, Twiage CEO. “With this new app, first responders can upload all the information about a patient in less than 30 seconds.”The new program started as an initiative to provide better care to stroke patients, but after seeing its potential, Florida Hospital decided to implement it throughout its system of hospitals to offer expedited care to all patients.“The improved technology allows the hospital to know our exact time of arrival, thanks to a real-time GPS system,” said Apopka Fire Capt. Wil Sanchez. “We can also transmit photos and videos from the emergency scene, allowing the staff at the hospital to know what we are actually dealing with.”Paramedics use preset buttons on the mobile application to quickly provide critical, HIPAA-compliant text information to the hospital. Two-way radios can make it difficult at times to hear audio transmissions from ambulances – especially amid the noise at emergency scenes. Twiage also allows paramedics to send digital texts and pictures from the scene, providing doctors with a clearer assessment from the field.Hospital teams use that information to save time on preparations and even assign an emergency room location to the deliver the patient. Over time, the hospital also can track data from emergency responses to follow trends and improve service even further. Florida Hospital is the first health care system in the state to implement this new technology. TAGSApopka Fire DepartmentFlorida Hospital – Apopka Previous articleJoin The Apopka Voice team: Sales Manager neededNext articleThe Apopka Voice Exit Poll: Which issues impacted your vote the most? Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom Please enter your comment! Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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Facebook Twitter Linkedin Jacqueline Flynn Jacqueline Flynnhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jacqueline-flynn/ Students offer suggestions for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion during forum Twitter + posts Previous articleRecent TCU graduates share the struggles of adultingNext articleDefense and Fisher’s three-point shooting lead second half comeback victory over SMU Jacqueline Flynn RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Spring Graduation 2013 New Associate Director of Admission for transfer students to be hired by December printAs the class of 2018 nears graduation, many are savoring the memories of their time at TCU.From the fireworks at the Chancellor’s Assembly as first-year students to the annual lighting of the Christmas tree and Saturdays at Amon G. Carter Stadium, good times at TCU abound.Frog Camp with the John V. Roach Honors College in Paris is an indelible memory for Andy Mills, a political science major.“It was an incredible opportunity to meet great people and explore a new place with them before my time at TCU had really even begun,” said Mills.Andy Mills with the John V. Roach Honors College in Paris for Frog Camp in 2015. Image supplied by Jack FiggFinance major Kelsey Graham, recalled a cold, rainy day during her sophomore year when all of her friends opted to skip class and binge on movies.“I don’t know why, but it was one of those days that just stuck with me,” said Graham. “Cherish the little moments with your friends and take every experience you possibly can because it will be over before you know it.”Emily Spaulding, a political science major, is a founding member of the TCU all-female a cappella group, Here Comes Treble. She said starting the organization was the most influential experience of her four years on campus.“It was such a great thing to be able to start when I got here and to have it grow as I have grown over the past four years,” she said.Spaulding said if she were to give advice to her first-year self, she would tell her to believe in herself more.“I would say to myself, ‘Just do it! Don’t worry too much and just embrace all of the fun things TCU has to offer,’” she said.Talia Pancini, a finance major, said she would tell herself to take the time to get to know as many people as she could. She said that all of her favorite memories from the last four years are because of the people she’s met at TCU.“This time passes faster than you could ever imagine, so you want to make as many lasting relationships in this amazing place we call home for four years,” Pancini said. World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Linkedin ReddIt Jacqueline Flynnhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jacqueline-flynn/ ReddIt TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Facebook
Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Met Eireann has issued further weather warnings tonight.Up to 6 centimetres of snow is expected to fall on high ground in parts of Donegal over the next 24 hours.A snow and ice warning is also in place for Connacht, Longford, Westmeath, Cavan and MonaghanForecaster Pat Clarke says Donegal is in for a spell if cold weather:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/pat530SNOW.mp3[/podcast] By News Highland – February 10, 2014 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Google+ Met Eireann warns of unsettled weather with up 6cm of snow forecast for Donegal WhatsApp Google+ Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Previous articleIrish Cancer Society Daffodil Centre moves from shopping centre to hospitalNext articleMinister dismisses NYC parade boycott News Highland 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Twitter WhatsApp News Facebook 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Twitter Facebook Pinterest
Top StoriesFilings Have Gone Down; Virtual Functioning Affecting Struggling Lawyers : Sr Adv Vikas Singh Tells Supreme Court Nupur Thapliyal16 March 2021 8:08 AMShare This – xArguing on behalf of Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) in its plea seeking quashing of the SOP issued by Supreme Court’s Registry on hybrid hearings, Senior Advocate Vikas Singh on Tuesday highlighted various grievances faced by lawyers and the legal community amid covid 19 pandemic. “The unsuccessful and struggling lawyers are the real sufferers today. As an individual I do not…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?LoginArguing on behalf of Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) in its plea seeking quashing of the SOP issued by Supreme Court’s Registry on hybrid hearings, Senior Advocate Vikas Singh on Tuesday highlighted various grievances faced by lawyers and the legal community amid covid 19 pandemic. “The unsuccessful and struggling lawyers are the real sufferers today. As an individual I do not have difficulty but that is not the point. My convenience is not to be taken as a yardstick. The average number of bar cannot do this.” Singh narrated the impact of virtual functioning before the Bench comprising of Justice SK Kaul and Justice Subhash Reddy.Following Singh’s arguments, the Supreme Court called for a meeting between the judges committee and newly elected Supreme Court Bar Association to “iron out” their differences in so far as their perception of the SOP is concerned. While arguing that even the Judges of the Apex Court were unaware of the stand of the Bar with regards the SOP, Singh- who is also the SCBA President- argued that the SOP was issued without hearing the Bar Association on the subject. Difficulty Of “Unsuccessful” and Struggling Lawyers To Survive Amid Pandemic Senior Advocate Vikas Singh, who is seeking complete resumption of physical hearings, began highlighting the troubles faced by unsuccessful and struggling lawyers to survive in the pandemic hit legal community. According to Singh, such lawyers were the “real sufferers” of the day. Arguing that many established and successful lawyers including him enjoyed the privilege of earning well in the middle of the covid-19 pandemic, Singh submitted that “As an individual I do not have difficulty but that is not the point. My convenience is not to be taken as a yardstick. The average number of bar cannot do this.” In view of this, Singh went ahead to submit that due to the difficulties faced by such lawyers at the Bar, lawyers even faced difficulty of running their homes and paying fees for their children, so much so that some have even switched their profession. “Filing of the matters have gone down below by 20 to 25%. Some lawyers are facing difficulty to run their homes, to pay fees for their children fees. Some have even left their profession.” Singh submitted. At this juncture, Justice Subhash Reddy intervened and supported the grievance highlighted by Singh by saying that the Bench knows the problems faced by young lawyers, however, he specified that a balance has to be reached in such a situation. Make Wearing Masks And Sanitizing Hands Compulsory In Courts On the intervention made by Justice Reddy on the issue of increasing number of covid-19 cases in the country, Adv. Vikas Singh submitted that wearing of masks and sanitization of hands can be made compulsory for lawyers appearing in physical courts. The suggestion came after Singh submitted that most of the positive cases in the National Capital were due to the carelessness of people on the streets not wearing masks. “Now look how the situation has worsened on the streets. People are not wearing masks. People are not even sanitizing their hands. We should have open hearings with masks compulsory and we can do this on miscellaneous days. On regular day, you may have regular matters. If someone knows his matter will not come till 12, you will not have to come to the Court.” Singh submitted. Non Consultation With The Bar Association While Formulating SOP, SOP ‘parachuted’ at the Bar Senior Advocate Vikas Singh went ahead to argue that the Bar Association was not at all consulted or heard while the concerned SOP was issued. According to Singh, if 99% problem with the SOP lies on the side of the Bar, then the Bar should be deciding the contents of the SOP. “Ultimately if 99% problem is on this side, then we should be deciding this. It is not that we lawyers are not discussed with at all.” Singh submitted. “I am here today for quashing of the SOP. As a President of Bar, I have not been called for a meeting for the last 16 days. And if I cant be heard, if the Chief Justice or Judges Committee doesn’t have the time to hear me, and if my views are irrelevant for the purpose of this SOP, then I do not want to say anything. In such a case, this is a close door for me. The SOP was never placed before us. It has been straight away parachuted at the Bar.” Singh argued. Opinion of Medical Experts “A Sham” While Justice SK Kaul highlighted that the Minutes of Meeting revealed that the opinions of medical experts were considered as far as the covid 19 situation is concerned, Singh called these opinions a sham after citing the example of Bihar elections which were conducted in October last year. “They are a sham. Whole Bihar elections were done in October at a time when the covid 19 pandemic was at its peak. Here 2000 voters were not allowed to do physical voting. In such case, your lordships may shut this institution for us.” Singh argued.Furthermore, Singh also argued that when the operations of Airports and Cinema Halls are allowed to function at full swing currently, then the Court should also consider opening itself for physical functioning. “There are airports which are physically functioning, people are sitting beside each other for 2 or 3 hours. If that is not affecting the positivity rate, then why can’t we have the same here?” Singh submitted. At this juncture, Justice SK Kaul remarked “There are different issues being debated. If there are some areas in the SOP which are workable, then the committee should look into it. These are all administrative issues. We will note some of the aspects and say that appropriate post discuss this with Judges Committee and come back to us on suggestions. The only solution is to have a discussion with the committee.” Background of the Plea Supreme Court of India had issued a SOP dated 5th March, directing resumption of hybrid court hearings from 15th March. Several directions were also issued regarding its functioning in consideration of the ongoing Covid 19 pandemic and suggestions given by the Bar Associations. A pilot scheme was therefore devised for hearing cases in the hybrid manner on an experimental basis. According to the scheme, the final hearing and regular matters listed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays will be heard in the hybrid mode, after consideration of the number of parties in a matter and the limited capacity of the Court rooms. However all other matters, including those listed on Mondays and Fridays will continue to be heard through video -conferencing mode. Later, the SCBA decided to not accept the said SOP as it was prepared without taking into confidence the Bar, despite the assurance given to them by CJI Bobde in the meeting held on March 1st 2021. The plea therefore stated that in the meeting of the Executive Committee of the SCBA with the CJI held on March 1, it was assured that the needful would be done by the Registry expeditiously taking into consideration the suggestions given by the Executive Committee. However, it is claimed, that the impugned SOP has been issued “unilaterally” by the Registry. The plea further submitted that there is general feeling in the Bar that for the last few years, the Supreme Court Registry has been issuing Circulars without taking the Bar into confidence, even though such circulars directly affect the Lawyers practicing. It was also stated that a large number of urgent matters are going unheard because of the peculiar system of listing, i.e. sending an email to the Mentioning Registrar giving the reasons for urgency. The Association has also said that most of the High Courts, including the Delhi High Court, have either started holding Physical Courts or are in the process of starting Physical Courts, and it is high time that like every other institution, the Supreme Court also restores normalcy and begins physical hearings with adequate precautions like temperature check at entry points, wearing of masks and maintenance of social distancing.Next Story
iStock(BOSTON) — Police in Massachusetts asked a simple favor of residents who may be planning a crime over the weekend: Please wait until the heat wave is over to conduct your criminal activity.Around 93 million people were under excessive heat warnings and advisories over the weekend, including several states in the Northeast. In Massachusetts, the heat index was slated to reach as high as 112 degrees in some places, according to ABC Boston affiliate WCVB-TV.Multiple police departments requested that any would-be criminals spare them from having to respond during scorching temperatures.“Due to the extreme heat, we are asking anyone thinking of doing criminal activity to hold off until Monday,” the Braintree Police Department posted to Facebook. “It is straight up hot as soccer balls out there. Conducting criminal activity, in this extreme heat is next level henchmen status, and also very dangerous.”The police department suggested that people stay home, blast the air conditioning and binge-watch Season 3 of Stranger Things instead.The Malden Police Department also took a stand against venturing outside in the sweltering heat, stating that all criminal activity has been put on hold “until further notice.”“It is going to be extremely hot over the weekend,” the police department posted to Facebook. “Malden Police is advising all criminals to stay inside until further notice.”However, the department warned residents that they are still ready to uphold the law, stating that they are “staying hydrated to ensure that the great City of Malden is protected.”Temperatures are expected to drop to normal on Monday.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.(BOSTON) — Police in Massachusetts asked a simple favor of residents who may be planning a crime over the weekend: Please wait until the heat wave is over to conduct your criminal activity. Temperatures are expected to drop to normal on Monday. “Due to the extreme heat, we are asking anyone thinking of doing criminal activity to hold off until Monday,” the Braintree Police Department posted to Facebook. “It is straight up hot as soccer balls out there. Conducting criminal activity, in this extreme heat is next level henchmen status, and also very dangerous.” Multiple police departments requested that any would-be criminals spare them from having to respond during scorching temperatures. However, the department warned residents that they are still ready to uphold the law, stating that they are “staying hydrated to ensure that the great City of Malden is protected.” The Malden Police Department also took a stand against venturing outside in the sweltering heat, stating that all criminal activity has been put on hold “until further notice.” “It is going to be extremely hot over the weekend,” the police department posted to Facebook. “Malden Police is advising all criminals to stay inside until further notice.” The police department suggested that people stay home, blast the air conditioning and binge-watch Season 3 of Stranger Things instead. Around 93 million people were under excessive heat warnings and advisories over the weekend, including several states in the Northeast. In Massachusetts, the heat index was slated to reach as high as 112 degrees in some places, according to ABC Boston affiliate WCVB-TV.
iStock(CHICAGO) — Amid chemotherapy, radiation and a 26-hour long surgery to fight cancerous tumors, 12-year-old Johnny Martin only wanted to talk about one thing.“He would talk about [corgis] to everyone,” Michelle Boyer, Johnny’s mother, told Good Morning America.The seventh-grader from Joliet, Illinois, just outside of Chicago, wanted nothing more than a corgi to call his own.In June 2018, Johnny was diagnosed with desmoplastic small round cell tumors. After suffering a severe stomach ache that stripped him of his appetite and made his belly protrude for weeks, Boyer knew that her son was sick, but she didn’t expect what illness was to come.Doctors didn’t catch Johnny’s cancer diagnosis until his third hospital visit — but this time it was during a visit to the emergency room.“When [the emergency room doctor] came in to tell us, she was already in tears before she was even able to get a word out. That’s how severe it was,” Boyer said.During his first inpatient stay — which lasted for over two months — Boyer said that Johnny liked to look out the window to a park down below where people would jog and walk their dogs. Although she had already been looking to add another dog to the family for years, Boyer noticed that with his new view, Johnny started to up the ante in his quest for his favorite corgi puppy.“He would always just come back around, ‘Yeah that would be great mom, but so would a little puppy,’” Boyer said.Johnny’s love and chatter about his “dream dog” caught the attention of a hospital social worker who submitted his wish for a puppy to Little Wish Foundation.Liz Niemiec, the founder of Little Wish Foundation, told Good Morning America that since 2010, the foundation has worked with children’s hospitals across the country to grant wishes under $1,000 that will bring “immediate joy” to pediatric cancer patients. One of their specialties is giving kids their dream dogs.“Whenever we get a puppy request, it’s extra special. … We were super excited and all over it,” Niemiec said.Puppy requests mean a lot not only to the foundation, but also to Niemiec personally. She started the foundation when she was 16 after her friend Max died of cancer. His last wish was for a puppy.Last Thursday, Niemiec and some volunteers from Little Wish Foundation presented Johnny with a black-and-white corgi puppy — a “Max wish,” as they call it.“She was so sweet. … She knew she was going to do a job and that was to make him happy,” Niemiec said.Niemiec asked Johnny of all the puppies he could have, why a corgi?“He’s like, ‘You know I just really like corgis. The Queen has a corgi,’” Niemic said.And who could argue with him? He later decided to name his new furry friend “Twinkie.”Both Niemiec and Boyer said the pair’s bond was instantaneous.“It was unbelievable — just the smile on his face and the way [Twinkie] just took to him immediately. You could tell that they had a special connection,” Boyer said.Boyer also said that she’s hoping her son, who turns 13 in December, will be a good dog parent.“I just kept thinking of, ‘Oh I hope he picks up all this dog poop,’” Boyer said with a laugh.She added that the gift of a new puppy not only fulfilled Johnny’s dream, which kept him motivated through over a year-and-a-half of treatment, but also gave much-needed inspiration to the whole family.“Those little tiny touches can be what a family hangs on to, to keep making it one more day,” Boyer said.At the moment, Johnny is still undergoing chemotherapy, but he is “doing well,” according to his mother.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.