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Westminster Abbey choir sings in St. Peter’s Basilica

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first_img Rector Knoxville, TN Rector Martinsville, VA Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Rector Belleville, IL Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Episcopal Church releases new prayer book translations into Spanish and French, solicits feedback Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Submit an Event Listing [Westminster Abbey] Westminster Abbey’s choir arrived in Italy June 26 for a tour of Rome and Montecassino, which will include singing for Pope Benedict XVI, with the Cappella Musicale Pontificia Sistina (the Sistine Chapel Choir), at the Papal Mass marking the Solemnity of St Peter and St Paul on June 29 in St Peter’s Basilica.The service was broadcast live across the world and was be the first time in its 500-year history that the Sistine Chapel Choir has sung with another choir.“This visit, a fruit of the Pope’s visit to Westminster Abbey in 2010, will both celebrate the riches of the liturgical tradition we hold in common and also, we pray, be a powerful symbol to the wider world of movement on the long ecumenical journey towards full visible unity,” said the Very Reve, Dr John Hall, dean of Westminster.The combined choirs sang music from the Roman tradition including movements from Palestrina (Missa Papae Marcelli and the motet Tu es Petrus) and the Abbey Choir also sang music from the English choral tradition, including music by Byrd (Ave verum corpus and Laudibus in sanctis), Tallis (Loquebantur variis linguis) and Purcell (I was glad).Videos from the Mass were posted (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1M8_daKHASc&feature=plcp) by the Vatican on YouTube.The Abbey Choir was invited to Rome by Pope Benedict XVI, following his visit to the U.K. in September 2010, during which he attended an ecumenical service of Evening Prayer at Westminster Abbey.The Pope has asked that arrangements for the June collaboration be made in such a way as to reflect the Christian vocation of the choir and encourage the enriching mutual exchange of gifts between the two liturgical and cultural traditions. As Westminster Abbey is formally known as the Collegiate Church of St Peter, there will be an important shared resonance as both choirs celebrate their patron together.The Papal Mass is an important annual liturgy presided over by Pope Benedict XVI, during which the Pallium (an ecclesiastical vestment symbolising Papal authority) is imposed on new Metropolitan Archbishops from around the world.The Choir of Westminster Abbey has its origins in the 14th century when choirboys sang with the monks in the Abbey’s Lady Chapel. In the 16th century after the dissolution of the monastery King Henry VIII ensured the survival of the choral tradition. Queen Elizabeth I re-established the choral foundation of a Master of the Choristers, ten choristers and twelve lay vicars as part of The Collegiate Church in 1560. The ten choristers and 20 or so additional singing boys are today educated at Westminster Abbey Choir School within the Abbey precincts.Whilst in Rome, the Abbey Choir performed a concert of sacred choral music in the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore on June 26, and will sing during a Festal Evensong in Santa Maria Sopra Minerva later on June 29.The choir then travels to the Benedictine Monastery at Montecassino to sing Vespers on June 30 and Mass on July 1 with the monastic community at the burial place of St Benedict. 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Waterloo man accused in murder in Floyd County has trial delayed to 2020

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first_imgCHARLES CITY — The trial of a Waterloo man charged with murder more than a year after a body was found in rural Floyd County has been delayed until next year. Armando Adame III was charged in January with first-degree murder in the death of 28-year-old Michael Johns. On October 26th of 2017, Johns was reported missing to the Grundy Center Police Department. On December 1st, the Floyd County Sheriff’s Department was notified of a body at 290th Street and Shadow Avenue about 10 miles south of Charles City. The State Medical Examiner’s Office later determined that the cause of Johns’ death was a shotgun wound to the head and ruled the death was a homicide. Adame was arrested in Black Hawk County six days later on December 7th on a federal arrest warrant. In May of last year, he pleaded guilty to three federal firearm charges and was sentenced in October to 25 years in federal prison. Adame was taken into custody on the murder charge on January 29th at the Fort Dodge Correctional Facility, where he was serving a sentence on prior unrelated convictions. Adame’s trial was scheduled to start on November 5th, but online court records show a continuance was recently granted with Adame also waiving his right to a speedy trial. Adame’s trial is now scheduled to start on February 4th. If convicted of first-degree murder, Adame would receive a life prison term without the opportunity for parole.last_img read more

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KCCA eyes firmly on sealing Uganda Super league title

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first_img“We are taking the game very seriously because we are using it as preparation for the CAF Confederation Cup against FUS Rabat and above all if we win it, we will be champions,” the manager intimated to www.kccafc.co.ug.At 57 points in 27 games, KCCA FC is five points adrift of second placed SC Villa yet with a game in hand and thus a positive result against Lweza will be enough for Mike Mutebi charges to successfully retain the title.READ FULL STORY (click here)Share on: WhatsApp EYES ON TITLE: Top striker Sserunkuuma set for today’s clash. PHOTO KCCA MEDIAKampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC) need just a point in the remaining three league games to officially retain the Uganda Premier league title.Ahead of the league game against Lweza FC at Phillip Omondi stadium on Tuesday, KCCA FC prime target will be making sure they clinch the title as soon as possible.Team manager,Mike Hillary Mutebi believes the game against Lweza is important because it seals the title and also prepares the team ahead of continental engagement.last_img read more

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Neymar turns it on as seven-up PSG destroy Celtic

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first_imgPSG players celebrate, they hammered a shellshocked Celtic 7-1 in the Champions LeagueParis, France | AFP | Neymar was back in the mood with the Brazilian scoring twice to set up Paris Saint-Germain’s comeback from behind as they hammered a shellshocked Celtic 7-1 in the Champions League on Wednesday.Moussa Dembele had put the visitors ahead inside a minute at the Parc des Princes, but Neymar’s brace soon turned the game around and both Edinson Cavani and Kylian Mbappe added goals of their own before the interval. They had suffered their heaviest ever home defeat in Europe when they last faced PSG in September, losing 5-0. They had also only ever managed just two wins in 29 previous away games in the group stage, and yet they stunned their hosts by going ahead with just 58 seconds played.– Celtic score too soon? –Alves gave away a corner before Paris had even made it out of their own half and Olivier Ntcham’s low delivery was swept home by Dembele, the highly-rated France under-21 striker who was on PSG’s books as a youngster.That scuppered PSG’s hopes of becoming the first side to complete the group phase without conceding a goal, but quickly the Scottish side were wondering if they had scored too soon.Neymar’s form has dipped over the last six weeks, and yet the Brazilian led the turnaround in stunning style.He levelled in the ninth minute with a low finish into the far corner following an Adrien Rabiot pass, and he scored again midway through the first half after a one-two with Verratti.That was a sixth goal in five Champions League outings this season for the world’s most expensive player, and it was also the seventh time he had found the net against Celtic.He loves playing against the Scottish side and he claimed an assist as it became 3-1 just before the half-hour, using his shoulder to help an Alves ball across goal for Cavani to turn in.Poor Celtic defending contributed to PSG getting their fourth before the interval, as they failed to deal with a Neymar free-kick into the box and Mbappe fired in.The Ligue 1 leaders took their foot off the gas after the break but they rounded out their win with three more goals late on.Celtic lost 7-0 to Neymar’s Barcelona in this competition last season and this turned into a similar hiding as Verratti made it five before Cavani volleyed in his 21st of the season.The best was saved for last as Alves made it seven with a quite stunning effort from 22 yards that arced into the top-left corner. That allowed PSG to beat their previous best result in the competition, a 7-2 victory against Rosenborg in 2000.Share on: WhatsApp Marco Verratti made it five with quarter of an hour left, before Cavani got his second and a sensational Dani Alves hit wrapped up the French giants’ biggest win in the competition.Already through to the last 16 before this game, they will look to clinch top spot in Group B ahead of Bayern Munich when they travel to Germany for their final outing next month.Bayern won 2-1 at Anderlecht on Wednesday, while PSG remain on course to finish with maximum points in the section having already set a new group-stage goals record with 24.“He is extraordinary. He wants to be there in every match. When he is on the pitch he is happy and wants his team-mates and the fans to enjoy themselves,” said PSG coach Unai Emery of Neymar’s dazzling display.Celtic, who were already eliminated, will at least secure a Europa League spot in the New Year as long as they avoid a heavy defeat at home to Anderlecht in their next outing.“There are lessons for us. We can keep the ball a bit better, and secondly you’ve got to defend better, but you also have to admire the sheer quality of Paris Saint-Germain,” admitted their manager Brendan Rodgers.last_img read more

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Monmouth Arts Continues to Paint a Colorful Picture

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first_imgTeresa Staub, the new executive director of Monmouth Arts, helps spread the news of the group’s work in the arts.By Mary Ann Bourbeau |RED BANK – Monmouth Arts, the county’s official arts agency, is dedicated to promoting a vibrant arts community that enhances the quality of life for all of its residents.Teresa Staub took over in February as executive director and she’s looking forward to getting the word out about the organization to both artists and residents alike. Staub worked as a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society for 11 years. Her daughter became involved with Phoenix Productions in Red Bank, and instead of waiting for her in the car, Staub started helping the theater group with props. Before she knew it, she was producing a show.“Once I got involved, I absolutely loved it,” she said.She was a fundraiser for New Jersey Repertory Company in Long Branch, the Algonquin Arts Theatre in Manasquan and the Axelrod Performing Arts Center in Deal before coming to Monmouth Arts.“I am so proud to be a part of a nonprofit that allows our arts community to flourish,” she said. “Through its many programs and services, Monmouth Arts sparks cultural growth as well as provides much-needed funds to arts organizations to create a thriving cultural environment.”Monmouth Arts’ programs are made possible through funding from the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, the Monmouth County Historical Commission and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/ Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment of the Arts. With an annual budget of $500,000 and a five-person staff, the organization supports artists and arts groups through a multitude of efforts such as networking events, workshops, art walks, grants and other resources. Some of the professional development opportunities include workshops on strategic planning, using social media and developing an artist statement. The organization also publicizes artist performances and exhibitions in e-blasts, through social media and on the website.Monmouth Arts was founded in 1971 after the Junior League of Monmouth County saw the need for a central agency to coordinate and assist all county artists and arts organizations. It began with seed money from the Junior League and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. In 1973, an anonymous donor provided funds to purchase Walter Reade’s Carlton Theatre in Red Bank, later renamed the Count Basie Theatre in honor of Red Bank native William James “Count” Basie. Although they are both still located at the same Monmouth Street address, the two non- profits separated in 1999 so that each could better focus on its individual mission. “People should stop by to find out all we do,” said Staub.The Monmouth Arts community is made up of 75 nonprofit arts groups, 1,400 artists and 3,080 creative businesses such as art galleries, theater groups, bookstores, music and arts academies, dance schools, design, advertising, architecture and publishing businesses. It also has many individual arts supporters.“I always look at Monmouth Arts as the group behind the curtain,” said Staub.The Monmouth Teen Arts Festival, which takes place every March at Brookdale Community College, is one of its biggest events, attracting 2,000 middle and high school students each year. Sneak Peek Film and Reception events are held in conjunction with Bow Tie Cinemas, Sony Pictures Classics and area restaurants. The next one will take place on June 15 at Front Street Trattoria, followed by a screening of “Maudie” at Bow Tie Cinemas.The 2017 Monmouth County Senior Art Show will run from Aug. 4-30 at the Monmouth County Library headquarters in Manalapan, with a special reception on Aug. 16. First place winners in both professional and non-professional levels across 11 categories will advance to the state competition.“I think people would be surprised to see all we offer the community,” said Staub. For more information, visit www.monmoutharts.org.Arts and entertainment writer Mary Ann Bourbeau can be reached at [email protected] article was first published in the June 1-June 8, 2017 print edition of The Two River Times.last_img read more

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Harrison promises ‘Olympic performance’ against Price

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first_imgAudley Harrison promises an “Olympic performance” in his British and Commonwealth heavyweight title clash with undefeated champion David Price in October.Stonebridge Park’s former Olympic gold medallist also says he is ready to answer his critics after “fighting the system” and “losing the love for boxing.”See also:Harrison tipped to produce ‘something special’ against PriceHarrison aiming to halt Price bandwagonDeGale and Harrison weigh in ahead of Saturday’s title fightsFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

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A chat with Dorothy Pelanda, Ohio’s new Director of Agriculture

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first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Joel Penhorwood and Matt Reese sit down with Dorothy Pelanda, the newly appointed director of the Ohio Department of Agriculture. Director Pelanda brings her experience as a lawyer and legislator to the job. The three chat about her background in agriculture and the topics she will be facing in her time at ODA.last_img

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San Beda coach livid over disqualifying foul on Bolick

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first_imgLOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief WATCH: Kobe Bryant recites retirement poem with composer John Williams For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. View comments MOST READ Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Read Next Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Fernandez said San Beda will file an appeal to downgrade Bolick’s disqualifying foul in time for its game against Mapua on Friday.“We’ll appeal that for sure, but how can we appeal if there’s no report? We want to know what happened, why they called it for Robert? Why? They have to justify it,” he said.Fernandez then turned his ire towards commissioner Bai Cristobal, noting that the official could have handled the matter better knowing that decisions made from that situation gravely impact some of the players’ career in the long run.Bolick is in the running for the Most Valuable Player plum, with him currently sixth in the race with averages of 13.56 points, 7.56 rebounds, and 4.67 assists.He also posted a near triple-double performance in the game with 14 markers, 11 dimes, and seven boards, but him being sent to the showers in the game against St. Benilde already rules him out of any individual plum at the end of the season.ADVERTISEMENTcenter_img Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses “Why would you throw him out? My God, the guy was running for MVP. He destroyed the future of that guy,” he said. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. With the Red Lions leading, 71-57, and the game already out of reach, Blazers guard Carlo Young took down Bolick, who was driving to the basket, hard late in the game. But Bolick and Clint Doliguez were also thrown out with 2:28 to play.“It’s unethical. We were already up by 14 points and it’s a fastbreak. Why endanger a guy? And then punish a guy? I really don’t know what’s happening,” said Fernandez.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutFernandez couldn’t stop himself from wondering how the officials were able to come up with their decisions during the scuffle, sensing that there might be some kind of bias against San Beda.“I don’t want to insinuate things. I don’t want to speculate, but it’s a won game already, and then that incident happened and they penalized the other team that did not start it,” he said. “If they want us to lose ball games, then let us lose that ball game in a proper way. God, it’s so bad. It’s wrong. (We had) six fouls in fourth quarter and the other team only has one foul, and then that happens. They tackle a player? Should he be thrown out? Yes, it should be an [ejection]. But why penalize the other guy?” Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netSan Beda coach Boyet Fernandez leapt to Robert Bolick’s defense after he felt his star playmaker was unjustly ejected in his team’s 72-56 win over St. Benilde on Tuesday.“You have to see that. You throw out a guy who is tackled, (who the other player is) trying to get injured, and then you call him and throw him out again? I really don’t know,” the mentor fumed in the press room.ADVERTISEMENT Inquirer Varsity Seven: San Beda’s Robert Bolick PLAY LIST 01:18Inquirer Varsity Seven: San Beda’s Robert Bolick02:12San Beda, Lyceum early favorites ahead of NCAA Season 9300:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension LATEST STORIES WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s weddinglast_img read more

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Bright young thing

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first_imgAll of 21, this engineering student-turned-model decided to work his way up through the conventional mould of modelling industry. “One seldom finds a handsome Sikh guy on the ramp. So I decided to enter the profession and make the turbaned-look hot,” says Karan Singh Chhabra. Today, the sardar hunk from,All of 21, this engineering student-turned-model decided to work his way up through the conventional mould of modelling industry. “One seldom finds a handsome Sikh guy on the ramp. So I decided to enter the profession and make the turbaned-look hot,” says Karan Singh Chhabra. Today, the sardar hunk from Mohali has good reason to be optimistic. Having won the Super Model Hunt at Delhi in 2007, Chhabra has walked the ramp for several prestigious brands such as Kingfisher and imagesbazaar.com. An active member of the Chandigarh chapter of AIESEC, he presently has his hands full with anchoring assignments and print campaigns.A clothes horse: “I guess you could call me a bit of a clothes horse,” says the Piscean model, adding, “I do love shopping, especially when I travel abroad. I can spend hours shopping at the Mall of Emirates in Dubai.” He has a preference for Nike in sportswear and Van Huesen and Belmonte for its formal lines.Hair and now… “I am amazed by how much people still comment on my locks. Being a Sikh, long hair is natural to me. Though it was a conscious decision to sport trendy turbans, and that has become my trademark,” he says. He teams it with his favourite Longines watch and a chunky Punjabi kada. “True style must reflect one’s taste, culture and lifestyle,” explains Karan.Avant garde style: He believes that men this season are getting bolder about style. “Casual bottoms paired with funky t-shirts and bright sneakers are in,” says Karan, who’s currently fixated with Canali’s SS11 ties and scarves collection.On the spotadvertisementBhavna and Anisha Batra, two city-based designer siblings, unveiled their latest collection labeled Cover Story at their palatial residence in Chandigarh. The collection is an artistic fusion of contemporary art, Mughal Art and Eastern textiles. The belles of the ball were Manjeet Dhillon, Aazalia Liberty Singh and Geetanjali Gill.The British Library at Chandigarh celebrated the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. The library had broadcast live coverage of the wedding on a big screen followed by cake cutting ceremony and toasting for the couple. The event was graced by a gathering of around hundred people.Buoyed by the excellent response received for the last two exhibitions, the students of Asia Pacific’s Premier Design Institute showcased their latest Spring/Summer collection at Chandigarh. “It is not just about the collection but the whole environment that we wanted to showcase,” says Omar Benitez, head of faculty.last_img read more

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10 months agoHull name asking price for Tottenham target Bowen

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first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Hull name asking price for Tottenham target Bowenby Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveHull City are reportedly not willing to allow Jarrod Bowen to leave for less than £20m.Tottenham Hotspur are leading a host of clubs in the Premier League and Championship who are pursuing the talented winger.According to Sky Sports, Hull have set their price for the 22-year-old and are not willing to go any lower.Burnley and Leeds United are two clubs who have scouted Bowen in recent weeks.Bowen only recently signed a new three-and-a-half year deal with Hull. last_img

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