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Pope Francis: our faith is an encounter with Jesus "Pray and ask for the grace of memory" Pope Francis celebrates Mass at the Casa Santa Marta. - OSS_ROM

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(Vatican Radio) Jesus never forgets the day we encountered Him for the first time; we should ask God for the “grace of memory” so that we can always remember it. 458 more words


US Bishops Join With Other Religious Leaders to Affirm Marriage - Supreme Court Will Hear Oral Arguments Next Week

WASHINGTON, D.C., April 23, 2015 (Zenit.org) – With the U.S. Supreme Court to hear oral arguments April 28 on the rights of states to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman, more than 30 religious leaders representing diverse faith communities throughout the United States have reaffirmed their shared commitment to marriage and religious freedom. 404 more words

FYI QoL #3

Quality of life and food are very close connected to each other. At a first glance its purely physical, but also mental and social well being are very important to the quality of life. 687 more words


ESF Online: Take ESF with You Wherever You Go!

ESF Online enables you to Take ESF with You Wherever You Go. Thanks to a 2008 grant from the Betsy and Jesse Fink Foundation that supported the… 72 more words


So who is "Chris"?

Who’s Chris? Last month’s post generated some enjoyable emails and inquiries about “Chris” who has graciously served as the personification of ESF’s Summer Semester. Chris Rothery, an ESF Outreach undergraduate student assistant hails from Long Beach, California. 176 more words


Graduate Student Appointments Announcement!

I am very pleased to let you know that Eugene Law has been appointed the 2015-16 ESF Outreach Graduate Assistant.  Eugene is an M.S. student in the graduate program in environmental science (Dr. 291 more words


Time has changed, we should move forward together.

Looking at some responses to the recent verdict against an Opposition leader, I am not surprised. This is exactly what I previously called as cognitive or confirmation bias. 218 more words