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Cremation and the Cathedral

As part of Strand 1 of the Past in its Place project – Speaking with the Dead – I am writing with my PhD student Ruth Nugent about cremation and cathedrals in England and Wales. 733 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory

Cremation

I recently went for a memorial service; it was for an old man who was about 85years old. He had lived a full life, so it was really not so sad but more of a celebration of his life. 738 more words

Memorial: St. Martha (July 29)

1 Jn 4:7-16 / Ps 34:2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9, 10-11 / Lk 10:38-42

Is all love the same? I fear not…

The Greeks had four different words for love. 717 more words

Ordinary Time

Author Jason Irby Meets with Small Arkansas Town to Discuss Veteran's Memorial

Jason Irby, author of the Love Within Life book series and founder of the Arkansas Flag Wabbaseka Memorial, was invited to meet with the City of Holly Grove’s Veterans Memorial Committee officials. 105 more words

Private David Gray: Finding Peace in Shorncliffe

One of the challenges with the research with this blog is the amazing quantity and assortment of information. It leads you in all sorts of directions. 551 more words

18th Battalion CEF

Dublin Teddy Bears Protest Killings in Gaza

I’m sure you’ve all seen the pictures and read the news about the atrocities being committed in Gaza. Over 200 children have been killed to date. 224 more words

Rachel

Warsaw

Tuesday morning we woke up to a full day in Warsaw that started with a proper hotel brekkie, as required when out travelling.

Then we headed out and about, starting with the Jewish neighborhood right next to our hotel, where there are memorials, museums and statues in memory of the Second World War and the Holocaust. 639 more words

Beer