On Wednesday, the Saint Mary’s Center for Spirituality’s Real Life Project held its first meeting for the 2015-2016 academic school year.Michelle Egan, associate director of the Center for Spirituality, said the Real Life Project began as a Student Independent Study and Research (SISTAR) project in 2007 and now takes place once a year, usually during the fall semester.“The Center for Spirituality subsidized the Real Life Project in 2008-2009 as a pilot, and [it] was met with such positive evaluations that it was incorporated into the Center’s regular programming,” Egan said.According to the Saint Mary’s website, the Real Life Project provides “students and faculty the chance to talk together about how to connect all the parts of [their] lives in a meaningful way.”Egan said participants must attend all four meetings, which occur over dinner with a small group of faculty facilitators. At these meetings, the faculty aids students in discovering how to balance their daily lives with fulfilling their calling.“The central focus of Real Life is to explore the notion of vocation on many levels, deepening students’ understandings of both vocation, or life calling, and the discernment process,” she said.According to the Saint Mary’s website, students complete readings and reflections to help prepare themselves for the discussions to come.“All participants share the experience of making major life decisions, plus they discuss the challenges of integrating all aspects of life as they pursue their goals and dreams,” Egan said.Egan said that after listening to guest speakers, reading, reflecting and having discussions with faculty, students have a better understanding of the role of theology.“Students come to a better understanding of the process of thoughtful, prayerful decision making, and they develop a broad definition of gifts or passions,” she said. “They also leave with a better understanding of how their ‘passions’ can respond to the needs of the world.”Students often enjoy the program so much that they are not ready for it to end, Egan said.According to the Saint Mary’s website, a Saint Mary’s student said, “My Real Life experiences have helped me to realize that discernment is a lifelong process and that my path might zig-zag and change directions a number of times during my adult life. I remind myself that I will know what choice is right for me when it feels right.”Tags: Real Life Program, Saint Mary’s Center for Spirituality
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LocalNews A family of three of Grandbay and a Guadeloupe national have been jointly charged for 13 firearm related offences. by: – August 16, 2011 Tweet Share 28 Views no discussions In photo: an Ak-47. Photo credit: ak-103.com (This is not the actual pistol which was seized)Sixty-nine year old Louis Gregoire, his thirty-six year old brother Aaron Gregoire and his thirty-two year old son Levi Gregoire of Back Street, Grand Bay were charged with thirty-seven year old Suzelle Gama of Guadeloupe when they appeared before the Magistrate’s Court in Roseau on Monday. They were charged for being in the possession of a prohibited weapon namely 1 AK-47, possession of certain ammunition to wit 9 rounds of 30-30 ammunition; possession of 1 spent shell of 5.56 ammunition; possession of 2 rounds of .45 ammunition; possession of 1 silver pistol slide marked “PA-Italy” model #8686; possession of 2 pistol magazines; possession of one .32 pistol; possession of certain ammunition namely, 1 round of .32 ammunition; possession of 2 rounds of .380 ammunition; possession of certain ammunition namely 3 rounds of 5.56 ammunition; possession of 2 rounds of 12 gauge ammunition, possession of 2 rounds 16 gauge ammunition and the possession of 2 rounds of 20 gauge ammunition.The accused all pleaded not guilty and were granted bail. They also chose to have their matter heard in the Magistrate’s Court as opposed to the High Court when asked by Magistrate Evelina Baptiste.Levi Gregoire was bailed for $32, 000.00 with two sureties, and was ordered to report to the Grand Bay Police Station every Wednesday between 7am and 7pm and surrender his passport and travel documents to the Police immediately.Louis Gregoire, who was granted bail over the weekend in the amount of $30,000.00, had his bail conditions varied due to his medical condition. He is to report to the Grand Bay Police Station every other Monday between 7am and 7pm and surrender his passport and all travel documents to the Police immediately.Aaron Gregoire was also granted bail over the weekend in the amount of $35, 000.00, and was ordered to report to the Grand Bay Police Station every Monday between 7am and 7pm and surrender his passport and all travel documents immediately.Suzelle Gama, a Guadeloupe resident was also granted bail over the weekend in the amount of $25, 000.00 and also ordered to report to the Grandbay Police Station every Monday from 7am to 7pm and surrender her passport and travel documents to police immediately.They all were given up to 1pm today to surrender all travel documents to police or else bail will be revoked. Trial will be heard on 21st November, 2011.Dominica Vibes News Share Share Sharing is caring!
GAYSTARNEWS- The late Julian Aubrey. | Photo: Facebook/Julian Aubrey Alleged gay serial killer Bruce McArthur charged with sixth murderLGBTI activist Peter Tatchell detained in Russia at World CupPolice review 88 gay Sydney murders and admit ‘we got it wrong’Read the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/london-police-charged-murder-lgbti-activist/ During the investigation, Detective Chief Inspector Luke Marks implored: ‘I would also like to hear from anyone who may know why Julian was targeted in his own home in such a violent way.’Nigel Turner, Aubrey’s brother-in-law, described him as a ‘great guy’.‘He had his problems but he had a lot of time for other people. He did a lot of counselling work. He was a good counsellor, he had great empathy, and I’m sure he helped a lot of people. He loved art, he loved people.’H/t: BBCGot a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . London police charged a man with the murder of local LGBTI activist Julian Aubrey. eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Late last year, authorities found Julian Aubrey, 55, dead in his apartment on 30 October. He was stabbed multiple times before dying at the scene.Scotland Yard charged Enrique Facelli, 48, with Aubrey’s murder on Wednesday (28 February). He is set to appear in custody at Westminster Magistrates’ Court tomorrow.They also added that they arrested four other men on suspicion. However, they released them but they remain under investigation.‘He helped a lot of people’Police first arrived at Aubrey’s apartment the morning of his death after neighbors reported hearing screams. They reportedly told the authories that Aubrey had problems with his neighbors.