On the 7th and 8th June the annual History of Religious Women conference will be taking place in Galway.
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The Winter Queen of the title is Elizabeth, daughter of James VI of Scotland, later James I of England, and herself briefly Queen of Bohemia, through her marriage to Frederick, also known as the Palatinate. 1,014 more words
Last November, I wrote about the discovery that one of my distant cousins, Elwyn Holdiman, was killed in action during World War II.
A pretty typical Kendall County farm boy, his story was uncovered during our annual salute to local veterans down at the Little White School Museum here in Oswego, where I serve as the volunteer director. 1,167 more words
‘Dare, always dare,’ reads a sign that shines bright across the Old Vic foyer.
These words are inspired by a sign the theatre’s former manager, Lilian Baylis, kept on her desk. 30 more words
People often raise their children with ideals that they don’t really hold themselves, either because they on some level think they would be better people if they shared these ideals and hope their children will be better (tolerance, patience), or because they think these ideals are particularly appropriate to this stage of life (sharing, studiousness, Santa Claus). 428 more words