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first_img In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Rector Knoxville, TN Por Onell A. SotoPosted Aug 14, 2012 Paul Ryan congresista conservador republicano y ex gobernador de Wisconsin, ha sido escogido por Mitt Romney para que lo acompañe como candidato a la vice-presidencia de Estados Unidos. Romney dijo que su compañero tiene “gran firmeza” e “integridad incuestionable”. Ryan, 42, es considerado un experto en cuestiones financieras y está a favor de otorgarles ventajas tributarias a los ricos. Es miembro del “Tea Party” el grupo conservador que se opone a las reformas de Barack Obama. Aunque no ha tenido mucha experiencia política, lo consideran como una estrella emergente del Partido Republicano. Él y Janna, su esposa, tienen tres hijos pequeños. La familia asiste a la Iglesia San Juan Vianney, una parroquia católica romana in Janesville, Wisconsin.El arzobispo de Cantórbery está buscando candidatos para ser su representante ante la Santa Sede (Vaticano) y ser director del Centro Anglicano de Roma. El actual director, David Richardson, se jubila en el 2013. Los candidatos deben ser obispos o deanes de catedral, tener experiencia ecuménica, excelencia en teología y diplomacia.Miembros de diferentes comunidades religiosas han expresado su pesar y apoyo a la comunidad sij luego de que un hombre armado mató a seis personas en un templo en Milwaukee. El sijismo es una religión india que surgió en el siglo XVI y tiene influencias doctrinales del hinduismo y del islam. La comunidad fue fundada por el Gurú Nanak.El obispo Diego Padrón, presidente de la Conferencia Episcopal de Venezuela, dijo que la enfermedad de Chávez es “la mayor interrogante del país” y añadió que el secreto como estrategia es uno de los rasgos característicos del gobierno. Dijo también que por el bien del país “el proceso electoral debe ser equitativo y transparente”.Ibrahim Mogra, secretario general asistente del Consejo Musulmán de Gran Bretaña, ha dicho que está “profundamente preocupado” por la decisión de una corte de Colonia, Alemania, de prohibir la circuncisión infantil. La ley estipula además que los padres pueden ser enjuiciados por causar “una herida corporal” a sus hijos si permiten la circuncisión. La medida afecta tanto a musulmanes como a judíos.Carlos Rodríguez Mansilla, escribe en su revista Nueva Argentina: Antes de 1492, hubo en España “cristianos viejos” y “cristianos nuevos”. Desde hacía siglos las uniones matrimoniales y las conversiones eran una realidad. El confesor de la reina Isabel la Católica era un sefardí bautizado cristiano y Santa Teresa de Jesús era nieta de sefardíes conversos. Lo eran también San Juan de la Cruz, Antonio de Nebrija, Luis Vives, Fray Bartolomé de Las Casas, Francisco de Vitoria, Juan de Ávila y Fray Luis de León. Los sefardíes son descendientes de los judíos que vivieron en la península ibérica hasta 1492. Los inmigrantes llamaron a España Sefarad, que significa “lugar muy lejano”.Desde hace años, expertos demógrafos han dicho que Filipinas (casi 100 millones de habitantes) tiene que estabilizar su población si quiere evitar una “catástrofe social”. Recientemente el presidente Benigno Aquino pidió a la Cámara de Representantes que aprobara un proyecto de ley que permitiera el control de la natalidad. La Iglesia Católica Romana se opuso rotundamente pero aún así 188 de los 231 legisladores presentes votaron a favor de la ley, que todavía tendrá que ser aprobada por el Senado.Las iglesias siguen sintiendo los efectos de “la Gran Recesión” de 2008 al tiempo que las contribuciones han disminuido en 1.200 millones de dólares, según el Anuario de Iglesias Estadounidenses y Canadienses 2012 publicado por el Consejo Nacional de Iglesias.La Iglesia de Inglaterra (anglicana) ha retirado inversiones por valor de 3 millones de dólares de la compañía News Corporation propiedad de Rupert Murdoch, el magnate australiano-americano de origen judío de 80 años que controla el mayor imperio periodístico del mundo. La compañía ha sido acusada de prácticas deshonestas en la producción de noticias, incluyendo intervenciones ilegales de teléfonos.Después de una encuesta, la Asociación Nacional de Evangélicos ha encontrado que el 68 por ciento de sus miembros no cree que Estados Unidos sea un “país cristiano” como piensan otras naciones, pero es en realidad “un lugar fértil para la evangelización”.El Registro de Cultos del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de Argentina informa que en el país se funda una iglesia evangélica por día como promedio. La mayoría de las iglesias son pentecostales y en menor proporción bautistas. Un titular de un tabloide dice “¿Dejará Argentina de ser católica?”Billy Graham, 93, está ingresado con bronquitis en un hospital de Asheville, NC.JUICIO. El Señor, aborrece a los mentirosos. Salmo 12:22. 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TK Maxx raises £25.5m for Cancer Research UK

first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis15 About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Melanie May | 1 September 2016 | News Tagged with: Cancer Research UK corporate fundraising  143 total views,  1 views todaycenter_img TK Maxx’s charity clothing collection campaign Give Up Clothes For Good has raised £25.5 million for Cancer Research UK through stock and cash donations since launching in 2004. £21.5 million of this total is directly funding research into children’s cancers, with a further £4 million supporting general cancer research.  According to the charity, the money raised positions TK Maxx as the biggest corporate funder of research into children’s cancers in the UK.The campaign runs all year round and encourages people to drop off their unwanted clothing and accessories in the special donation bins provided in TK Maxx stores nationwide.  The items are then collected and sold in Cancer Research UK shops across the UK.  The retailer raises additional money through cash donations and staff fundraising.TK Maxx has been supporting Cancer Research UK since 2004, and became the lead partner for Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens when it launched in 2015.Jo Murphy, AVP corporate responsibility, TJX Europe said:“We have been overwhelmed by the exceptional generosity of our customers and associates over the years to help us reach this momentous milestone of £25 million. We are very proud of the contribution that we can make that will help Cancer Research UK do the vital work to beat kids’ cancers and support improvement in treatments and cures for children affected by cancer.”To mark the 10th anniversary of the partnership in 2014, TK Maxx funded a flagship Cancer Research UK clinical trial with Professor Richard Grundy which aims to improve survival for children and young people with a rare type of brain tumour called ependymoma.Money raised by TK Maxx has also gone towards other pioneering research projects carried out by Cancer Research UK. This has included funding research that changed the way a type of childhood kidney cancer, called Wilms’ tumour is treated to help reduce long-term side effects, and supporting a 10-year study that improved survival from a type of childhood cancer called neuroblastoma.Photo by Jason Bell. Advertisement  144 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis15 TK Maxx raises £25.5m for Cancer Research UKlast_img read more

Algeria: RSF condemns grotesque jail sentences, albeit suspended

first_img AlgeriaMiddle East – North Africa Condemning abusesProtecting journalistsMedia independence Judicial harassmentEconomic pressureImprisonedFreedom of expression AlgeriaMiddle East – North Africa Condemning abusesProtecting journalistsMedia independence Judicial harassmentEconomic pressureImprisonedFreedom of expression May 12, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information News RSF_en Harassment of Algerian reporters intensifies in run-up to parliamentary elections to go further News News April 29, 2021 Find out more Algeria : Reporter jailed after covering Tuareg protests in southern Algeria Follow the news on Algeria Organisation Algeria pressures reporters by delaying renewal of accreditation News May 18, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the suspended six-month jail sentences that a court in Algiers imposed today on media executives Mehdi Benaissa and Ryad Hartouf of KBC, a TV channel owned by the leading Arabic-language media group El Khabar. July 19, 2016 Algeria: RSF condemns grotesque jail sentences, albeit suspended The court, which had refused to release them provisionally on 13 July, passed the sentences after convicting them of making “false statements” to obtain permission to film the KBC current affairs programme Nass Stah. Benaissa is the CEO of KBC while Hartouf is Nass Stah’s producer. The court also imposed fines of 50,000 dinars (406 euros) each on them and culture ministry official Nora Nedjaï and gave Nedjaï a suspended one-year jail sentence. “We firmly condemn this grotesque and outrageous trial,” RSF secretary-general Christophe Deloire said. “A case of this kind should have been handled initially by the new Broadcasting Regulation Authority (ARAV) established on 20 June. It should never have resulted in prison sentences, even suspended ones.” RSF has repeatedly condemned El Khabar’s persecution by the authorities in recent weeks. On 13 July, a court voided the sale of a majority stake in El Khabar to Ness Prod, a subsidiary of the industrial group Cevital. The sale would have ensured that the media group would be able to continue operating. Algeria is ranked 129th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2016 World Press Freedom Index. last_img read more