Tuesday Mar 4
June C. Rodis
June was born June 20, 1930, in East Vassalboro, on the family farm, the daughter of Benjamin Sr. and Annabel Cates.
The Times Leader
LCCC professor plays Penn to the hilt
William Kashatus is a history professor at Luzerne County Community College. He has authored more than a dozen books and is a regular contributor to the History News Service, The Philadelphia Inquirer and Pennsylvania Heritage.
The Island Packet
In the silence, Hilton Head Island Quakers connect to divine light
I recently accepted an invitation to attend a local Quaker worship service, which meets at 9:30 a.m. Sundays at the Cypress on Hilton Head Island.
The Limits of Religious Freedom
From 1985 to 1989, Priscilla M. Lippincott Adams refused to pay her federal taxes.
The Aiken Standard
Religion briefs for Feb. 21
Cornerstone Baptist Church will hold worship services on Sunday, Feb. 23, at 10:45 a.m. The message by the Rev.
Withey: Edmonton poet inspired by work of Elizabeth Fry
Julie C. Robinson wasn't looking for inspiration when she started reading about the eminent English prison reformer Elizabeth Fry.
Explaining the Friends Committee on National Legislation
The Friends Committee on National Legislation is a bi-partisan Quaker lobby in the public interest founded in 1943 by members of the Religious Society of Friends.
Christians can't be anti-Semitic
Pope Francis has said, "It's a contradiction that a Christian is anti-Semitic. A Christian cannot be anti-Semitic."
American Folk Art Museum announces important works of art brought into permanent collection
The American Folk Art Museum today announces recent acquisitions of both traditional folk art and works by the self-taught that greatly enhance its collection.
Lottery grant will fund restoration of Boxmoor landmark
Dacorum Heritage Trust teamed up with the Hemel Hempstead Local History & Museum Society and South Hill JMI School to make the Heritage Lottery Fund bid to restore the water fountain and lamp outside Boxmoor Hall.