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Two Palestinians killed by Israeli army in West Bank clashes: health ministry

Two Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces in clashes near a flashpoint religious site in the occupied West Bank overnight Wednesday, the Palestinian health ministry said. The health ministry said Raid Hamdan, 21, and Zaid Nouri, 20, died after being shot late Tuesday by Israeli troops near the Joseph's Tomb religious site close to the Palestinian city of Nablus. The Israeli army said in a statement explosives were hurled from a vehicle as Jewish worshippers visited the site late Tuesday.
Tags: News, West Bank, Joseph, Nablus, Raid Hamdan, Zaid Nouri

At the centre

A couple of times a month at church, on a Tuesday evening, we have Centering Prayer. Some of you are no doubt experts at that; I’m never quite sure if I’m doing it right. But the idea of a centered and centering God appeals to my imagination. When anxiety has me spinning, spiralling down, at the bottom of the funnel cloud of fear, collapsed in upon the centre, I find God. When the night sky, or an unfamiliar crowd, stretch out so as to make me shrink with smallness by their magnitude I find God ...
Tags: Religion, Joseph, EUCLID Ohio, Speaking to the Soul, Revd Rosalind C Hughes, Centering Prayer

Drambarean joins said March 19 that Joseph Drambarean has joined as chief technology while Dave McCutcheon  has joined as vice president of sales. Drambarean was most recently at Capital One, where he led product management as head of the innovation labs and mobile banking teams. McCutcheon is the former head of sales and alliances at FloQuast. PRESS RELEASE SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–, a leader in automating cash management and open banking for businesses, today announced it has added two ke...
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“In the house of Joseph at Nazareth a...

“In the house of Joseph at Nazareth and under his care was the redemption of mankind prepared. What he accomplished he did for us; we are of a certainty the objective of all his undertakings.” -Fr. Maurice Meschler, The Truth about Saint Joseph: Encountering the Most Hidden of Saints
Tags: Religion, Quote Of The Day, Joseph, Nazareth, Maurice Meschler

Someone once suggested that St. Joseph might we...

Someone once suggested that St. Joseph might well be named the patron saint of forcibly changed plans. There’s no question, we could use such a patron saint. God knows often enough our carefully laid plans are wiped out by forces beyond our control, and new situations are created that we never expected. We plan and then illness or job loss or natural disaster or something similar blocks the fulfillment of what we planned. Joseph chose a lovely young fellow townswoman as his spouse, but before he...
Tags: Religion, Egypt, Bethlehem, Herod, Mary, Joseph, St Joseph, Nazareth, Homily of the Day, Nazareth God

St. Joseph: Our Sublime Model for Saintly Fatherhood

If we want to look to the saints as models then we should raise our eyes, mind and heart to the greatest of all saints and that is, of course St. Joseph! The Church celebrates liturgically Glorious Saint Joseph twice a year: March 19th and May 1st. In March he is celebrated under the title Saint Joseph, Husband of Mary. In May his title is Saint Joseph the Worker. In this short essay we would like to focus on Glorious Saint Joseph as patron of families and patron of fathers. As we all know, in t...
Tags: Church, Religion, Egypt, Catholic Church, Jesus, God, Dad, Siena, Bethlehem, Herod, Mary, Joseph, St Joseph, Mary the Mother of God, Nazareth, CC BY SA

Why Should We Have a Devotion to St. Joseph?

It is recorded in Holy Scripture that the people of Israel, in grateful memory of their deliverer and benefactor, took the remains of Joseph with them at their departure from Egypt into the Holy Land, and buried them in the country of Samaria (Exod. 13:19). We, as Christians, must not be less appreciative of our Saint Joseph. We are indebted to him in an infinitely higher degree. Hence, we are to cultivate a heartfelt devotion to Saint Joseph. Devotions to St. Joseph The devotion may be practi...
Tags: France, Israel, Religion, Egypt, Jesus, Christ, Mary, Joseph, St Joseph, Leopold, Samaria, Leo XIII, Jesus He, Sophia Institute Press, Saint Joseph, Pope Leo XIII

The Greatness Of Saint Joseph, Husband & Father

We know from the story of Isaac meeting Rebekah in Genesis 24 that God is a Matchmaker. But how can you find a husband suitable for someone who was (1) conceived without sin, (2) would become the Mother of God, and (3) destined to be coronated as the Queen of Heaven, being made preeminent over all the angels and saints? Such a husband, though not equal in stature with her, would have to be pretty special himself. God would not match Our Lady with mediocrity. Though there are not many biblical re...
Tags: Wikipedia, Israel, Religion, Egypt, Jesus, Catholic, Christ, Herod, Mary, Joseph, Luke, St Joseph, Galilee, Nazareth, Isaac, Rebekah

Saint Joseph’s fires coach Phil Martelli after 24 years

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Saint Joseph’s University has fired head basketball coach Phil Martelli after 24 seasons. The Philadelphia school made the announcement on Tuesday. The 64-year-old Martelli became head coach in 1995 after 10 years as an assistant. In 2003-2004, he was named AP coach of the year after leading Jameer Nelson and the Hawks […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Philadelphia, Joseph, Hawks, Jameer Nelson, Phil Martelli, Martelli

Saint Joseph’s Day

  PORTUGUES Faze Senhor, que o trabalho nos purifique  ITALIANO Preghiera a San Giuseppe ESPANOL Glorioso San José FRANÇAIS Saint Joseph, priez pour nous   I will be with my wife in a small village, and I will pray at 8:30 PM the prayer below. Plase fell free to join me in this prayer, or […]
Tags: Books, News, Stories, Joseph, San Giuseppe ESPANOL Glorioso San José FRANÇAIS Le Chevalier De Saint-Georges: Fencer, Composer, Revolutionary

Fencing match between St.-Georges and cross-dressing French diplomat and spy La Chevalière d'Éon on April 9, 1787, by Abbé Alexandre-Auguste Robineau. (Public Domain) WBUR March 15, 2019  By Gary Waleik Joseph Bologne was born in 1745 in the French West Indies on a plantation on the island of Guadeloupe. "Black slaves in Saint-Domingue in Haiti and, presumably, also in Guadeloupe were forced to wear masks when they were picking sugar can...
Tags: Europe, France, Religion, US, Toronto, United States, Paris, John Adams, Haiti, St Georges, Guadeloupe, Seine, Valentino, Joseph, Valdes, Chevalier

This Morning's Martin Lewis reveals how his daughter made him emotional

This Morning's money expert Martin Lewis transformed into Joseph and the Amazing...
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Board Question #92043: #92017 was fascinating to read about to me. How many ...

Q: Dear 100 Hour Board,#92017 was fascinating to read about to me. How many offshoots of the LDS church are there and what did/do they believe? What's the most interesting one out there?-I've heard of the FLDS and RLDS church before but that's it A: Dear same here, Prepare yourself. Here are basically all the offshoots of the church Joseph Smith established. Data comes from this amazing timeline (seriously go look at it). There may be churches missing but hopefully I got all the orders right, ...
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Davidson tops Saint Joseph’s behind Gudmundsson

NEW YORK (AP) — Jon Axel Gudmundsson scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lift second seed Davidson past 10th seed Saint Joseph’s 70-60 in the Atlantic 10 Tournament quarterfinals Friday. Kellan Grady also had 18 for the Wildcats, who will meet the winner of sixth seed Saint Louis and third seed Dayton in […]
Tags: New York, News, Sports, Ap, Atlantic, Joseph, Saint Louis, Dayton, Davidson, Wildcats, Gudmundsson, Kellan Grady, Jon Axel Gudmundsson

Suburb Staid No More: A California-French Family Remake a Bay Area House

When we first met Stéphanie Ross several years ago, she had a hint of plaster dust in her hair. That was at Remodelista’s San Francisco Market, where she was showing her children’s clothing line, Les Petits Carreaux (now available at Anthropologie and in some women’s sizes, too). At the time, she had just about finished resuscitating her family’s apartment near the Champs-Élysées—we took a tour and immediately featured it: see A Grand but Understated Flat in Paris. And she was also getting start...
Tags: Books, California, France, San Francisco, Brooklyn, Paris, States, Oakland, MTI, Kristen, Anthropologie, House Tour, Miele, Piedmont, Joseph, Stephanie

Dreaming Takes Courage

Once upon a time, I did not know how to dream. I realized my deficiency when after a year of being saturated with “dream” prompts, props, and protocol, along with inspiring talks and encouraging oration, I still could not muster a dream. That was when I realized I had never really dreamed. Instead of dreaming, I had been planning. I have since learned that there is a huge difference between plans and dreams. As a planner, I considered my circumstances and extracted the best possible scenario...
Tags: Instagram, Trust, Inspiration, Faith, Courage, Martin Luther King, King, Dream, Ted Talk, Joseph, Dreaming, Dream Come True, Big Dream

Saint Joseph’s upsets Duquesne in A-10 Tournament

NEW YORK (AP) — Charlie Brown Jr. scored 28 points as 10th seeded St. Joseph’s upset 7th seeded Duquesne 92-86 in the third of four second round Atlantic 10 Tournament games Thursday. Jared Bynum had 16 and Chris Clover added 15 for Saint Joseph’s (14-18), who will meet second-seeded Davidson in a quarterfinal game Friday. […]
Tags: New York, News, Sports, Ap, Atlantic, Joseph, St Joseph, Davidson, Duquesne, Chris Clover, Jared Bynum, Charlie Brown Jr

A Litany for Couples Praying to Conceive

I had the privilege of spending 10 weeks in the Holy Land during my time in seminary. Three of those weeks were spent in Bethlehem as our home base. We traveled throughout the area on day trips, returning each night to the monastery where we stayed. On days when there was no travel, we had class, and free time to read, study, and pray in the city of Bethlehem. I quickly fell in love with the Milk Grotto. This Catholic church in Bethlehem had a special devotional area with a unique image of Mary:...
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Wisdom and Hope

Solitude. Chagall Before I run my next post on Pete Enns’s book, How the Bible Actually Works, I thought I would give some personal perspectives with regard to the questions: What is the Bible? What is the Bible for? Our last post raised a number of questions in the comments that lead me to do this. In this piece, I will focus on what we usually call the Old Testament. I prefer to use the terms “First Testament,” “Hebrew Bible,” or “Tanakh” (what the Jews call the Hebrew Bible — meaning Torah...
Tags: Israel, Religion, Shiloh, Egypt, Jesus, Moses, Joseph, Judah, Jacob, Pentateuch, Barnes Noble, Torah, Deuteronomy, Walter Brueggemann, Pete Enns, The First Testament

If Stalin Had a Smartphone

Suddenly technology has a centralizing effect.
Tags: News, Privacy, Smartphones, Propaganda, Computer Security, Stalin, Joseph, Computers and the Internet, Shoshana, Zuboff

Critic’s Notebook: Nine Concerts in Seven Days at the World’s Most Famous Concert Hall

Carnegie Hall manages to present the vast sprawl of the classical field in the 21st century better than almost anywhere else.
Tags: News, Classical Music, Thomas, Joseph, Carnegie Hall, Philadelphia Orchestra, Jan, Vienna Philharmonic, Igor, Levit, Michael Tilson, Lisiecki, Daniel Bernard, Marc Bamuthi, Roumain


Rev. James Keith's wife was Susannah Edson, and her father (my 9x greatgrandfather) was immigrant ancestor Samuel Edson, who was among the first settlers of Bridgewater, Ma. William Richard Cutter has a long description of his life in another of his genealogical collections:Deacon Samuel  Edson, the immigrant ancestor, was an early settler in this country, being found in Salem, Massachusetts, in 1639, when he was acknowledged as an inhabitant and was granted a half an acre of land near Catt Cove...
Tags: England, Scotland, Salem, Plymouth, Genealogy, Sarah, Family History, Town, Taunton, Samuel, Elizabeth, New York New York, Lewis, Mary, Joseph, Bridgewater

Jesus is Immanuel- God with us (Luke 2) Lesson #16 in What is God Like?

In htis Luke 2 lesson, kids will learn that Jesus is Immanuel – God with us. AGE GROUP: elementary (ages 6-11)TIME REQUIRED: 45 minutes This is lesson 16 of 42in our study on the Attributes of God called “Can you tell me what God is like?” Visit the series index to view all the lessons and get more ideas for using this curriculum in your children’s ministry.  LESSON 16: JESUS IS IMMANUEL (GOD WITH US) Key Verse:“Therefore the Lord Himself will give you a sign: The virgin w...
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Evans scores 23 to lift VCU past St. Joseph’s 75-63

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Marcus Evans had 23 points as VCU won its 12th consecutive game, topping Saint Joseph’s 75-63 on Friday night. Issac Vann had 15 points for VCU (25-6, 16-2 Atlantic 10 Conference). De’Riante Jenkins added 11 points and six rebounds. Marcus Santos-Silva had nine rebounds for the hosts. Charlie Brown had 15 […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Atlantic, Evans, Charlie Brown, Vcu, Joseph, St Joseph, Marcus Evans, Richmond VA, Marcus Santos Silva, Issac Vann, Conference De Riante Jenkins

A Recent History of Coyotes Deadline Deals

For the first time in quite a while, Arizona Coyotes had a relatively uneventful trade deadline day. They weren’t buyers. They weren’t sellers. They just…sat around and watched. And that isn’t a bad thing – the ‘Yotes have been ravaged by injuries this year, and they knew they’d be getting multiple injured players back in the days following the Feb. 25 trade deadline. John Chayka didn’t have to do much at the 2019 NHL trade deadline. (Photo by Dave Sandford/NHLI via Getty Images) And indeed th...
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If you look (here) you'll find some ... Live jazz in Rochester, March 7th-13th

Every Wednesday, every week, you'll find the next seven days of jazz in and around Rochester right here on JazzRochester. Sign up for our email list to get your local jazz goodness every week (plus, whatever else I publish from time to time).  We just hit 500 subscribers (but always could use some more...). Check us out on social media (links at the top of the column to the right). Whatever floats your boat.... If you hear about something that I haven't added below, please drop me a line (use th...
Tags: Jazz, Rochester, Cornell, Joseph, Bill Stewart, Vinny, Hanna, Buffalo State University, Dave Holland, Pat Metheny, John Scofield, Kenny Barron, Alan Murphy, Salvatore, Charley Brown, Party House

Mario Batali Exits His Restaurants

A year after reports that the celebrity chef sexually assaulted and harassed women, the Bastianich family and Mr. Batali’s other partners have bought out his stake and regrouped.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Mario, Chefs, Sexual Harassment, Joseph, Mario Batali, Eataly, Batali, Bastianich, Batali & Bastianich Hospitality Group

Salvatore Scibona's Playlist for His Novel "The Volunteer"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Salvatore Scibona's brilliant novel The Volunteer is both moving and epic. Booklist wrote of the book: "Scibona’s lyrical yet muscular prose anchors this majestic work as he probe...
Tags: Music, Paul Simon, David, Iowa, Cambodia, Jesus, Vietnam, Marilynne Robinson, Saigon, Simon, Claude Debussy, Kirkus, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Joseph, Schumann, Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Mario Batali Gives Up All His Restaurants

A year after reports that the celebrity chef sexually assaulted and harassed women, the Bastianich family and Mr. Batali’s other partners have bought out his stake and regrouped.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Mario, Chefs, Family Business, Sexual Harassment, Joseph, Mario Batali, Eataly, Batali, Bastianich, Batali & Bastianich Hospitality Group

Russell leads Rhode Island past Saint Joseph’s 86-85 in OT

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Fatts Russell scored a career-high 41 points, including Rhode Island’s final 19 points, and the Rams beat Saint Joseph’s 86-85 in overtime on Tuesday night. It’s the first time a Rhode Island player has scored 41 points since Ernie Calverley on February 5, 1943. Russell, a sophomore from nearby Imhotep Charter, was […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Philadelphia, Rhode Island, Joseph, Russell, Rams, Fatts Russell, Ernie Calverley