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Read summary below (Vatican
Radio) The following text is a useful
guide for an initial reading of the Encyclical. It
will help you to grasp the overall development and
identify the basic themes. The first two pages are
an overview of Laudato si’ (literally “Be praised”
or better, “Praise be to you”). Then for each of the
six chapters, there is a one-page summary which
gives the argument or main points and some key
passages. The numbers in parentheses refer to the
paragraphs in the Encyclical.
Government supports new training and certification
program for advanced manufacturing MISSISSAUGA, ON, June 8,
2015 /CNW/ - Today, the Honourable Bal
Gosal, Minister of State (Sport) and Member of
Parliament for Bramalea–Gore–Malton, on behalf of
the Honourable Pierre Poilievre, Minister of
Employment and Social Development, announced an
investment for a project with Canadian Manufacturers
& Exporters (CME). The project will pilot a new
training and certification program to better equip
youth with the skills needed for a career in
Attack ads rule the airwaves. Sponsored Facebook
posts are trying to flush out political supporters
with a click. The twitterverse is dividing up by
hashtags. The 2015 vote may be four months away, but
political parties are already in election mode.
The statements, opinions, or views in the articles may not
necessarily reflect that of the Goan Voice Canada.
Many American Catholics are worried about
the apparently weak religious faith,
practice and commitment of Catholic youth
today and what it portends for the church’s
future. Some observers are less concerned,
however. Four Catholic sociologists --
William D'Antonio, James Davidson, Mary
Gautier, and Katherine Meyer -- for example,
have suggested that some scholars (including
yours truly) overstate the magnitude of the
problem. The title of their Dec. 6 NCR essay
, for instance, summarizes their view
about my recent book, Young Catholic
America: “Assumptions in study on young
Catholics lead to unnecessarily grim
outlook.” I wish they were correct. But they
are not. The situation, in fact, is grim.
People Places and Things
Saldanha appointed new chair of hospital foundation
board Mississauga News | By
– Dr. Colin Saldanha has been appointed
the new chair of Trillium Health Partners
Foundation’s board of directors.
As a family physician in Mississauga and a member of
the board since 2010, Saldanha has a long history of
public service. He has served as chair of the Mental
Health Task Force for the Mississauga-Halton LHIN
and co-chair of the system access model in the
development of a new psychiatric care model. As
chair of the public policy committee of United Way
of Peel Region, he initiated a non-pharmacological
approach to mental health.
He has been honoured with the Sir Charles Tupper
Award from the Canadian Medical Association for
Political Action and Advocacy, the Governor
General’s Medal for Volunteerism, the Sam McCallion
Award for Community Service by the Mississauga Board
of Trade, and the Paul Harris Award by Rotary
International. Saldanha was also selected as the
Mississauga Citizen of the Year in 2010 and recently
received a Papal Knighthood.
Perks Things Up For Seniors By Armand Rodrigues
Click images to enlarge
Hawaii evokes visions of swaying palms, gentle
breezes, magma flowing down volcanoes, surfers and,
above all, “wahinees” (women) doing the exhilarating
“Hula”. This is a slow and sensual dance, with
graceful hand movements to the tempo of the rise and
fall of undulations in ocean swells, with well-timed
bumps and grinds thrown in. Well-endowed women strut
their stuff with gusto. The attractive dancers are
in eye-catching grass skirts and coconut-shell bras,
with “leis” (necklaces) made of ginger flowers,
frangipani, carnations or orchids. Local women
spectators may be garbed in a “muumuu”, which was
supposed to be a loose-fitting, non-revealing long
dress, originally designed by missionaries to mask
visual sensuality, but had the opposite effect and
led to swishing and suggestive body movements
becoming more exaggerated!
has launched a campaign targeting affluent retirees
from developed countries to revive the struggling
tourism industry. East African Affairs, Commerce and
Tourism Cabinet Secretary Phylis Kandie yesterday
said the country will send a delegation to attend
the Milan expo-tourism month in Italy to market
Malindi and Watamu as retirement destinations for
retirees from Europe and America.
Harper Government launches the National Strategy for
Financial Literacy--Count me in, Canada
The strategy sets goals
and priorities for the public, private and
non-profit sectors to help Canadians make sound
Toronto, June 9, 2015 /CNW/
- Minister of State (Finance) Kevin
Sorenson and Financial Literacy Leader Jane Rooney
today launched the National Strategy for Financial
Literacy—Count me in, Canada at an event held at the
YMCA of Greater Toronto. The strategy is a call to
action for all Canadians to gain the knowledge,
skills and confidence they need to make good
extraordinary testimony by Claude Lacaille, a Quebec
missionary fighting for social justice in Haiti,
Ecuador and Chile.
This is Lacaille’s first-hand account of the
extraordinary oppression and poverty he witnessed in
Haiti, Ecuador, and Chile between 1965 and 1986
where thousands shed blood simply for resisting
oppressive regimes, politics and economic doctrines.
The men and women featured in Lacaille’s story are
an inspiration for those who still believe in a
better world. This is an impressive story of courage
and solidary, inspired by a left-wing Christianity
truly faithful to the Gospel.
Claude Lacaille’s memoir helps understand what “the
preferential option for the poor” really means. Like
other advocates of Liberation Theology, Claude
Lacaille saw it as his duty to join the resistance,
particularly against Chilean military dictator
Augusto Pinochet. But the dictators were not alone;
they enjoyed the support of the Vatican under Popes
John Paul II and Benedict XVI.
A few weeks ago Chief Minister Parsekar had, with a
puffed chest, announced that he had asked his lady
Environment Minister Alina Saldanha to "shut her
mouth", when she had asked him for advice on how to
handle the media after her courageous stand opposing
a marina project on the Sancoale bay.
India state of forest report (ISFR) 2013 recently
published by the Forest Survey of India, Ministry of
Environment and Forests, indicates that Goa features
among the top 15 states and union territories in the
country with forest cover crossing 33 percent of the
There is heavy traffic on the coast of Anjuna. As
the season ends and the monsoons begin, this is the
start of the real season of earning for the new kind
of business where Goa has become a hub. Herald
forays into the narcotics belt of North Goa and
converses with a number of locals, agents, small
time pushers and policemen and has revealed that the
state is currently the starting point for maximum
consignments of drugs moving out to India’s metros.
monsoon season from June to September plays a vital
role in crop production, which in turn affects rural
incomes, food prices, household spending and
ultimately the Indian economy as a whole.
Following a heatwave in India, the delayed monsoon
rains are advancing across the south of the country.
But the India Meteorological Department has
predicted weak rains – at 88 per cent of their
normal strength – and a drought this year. There is
also the looming threat of an El Niño event, a
weather phenomenon that leads to drier weather in
parts of Asia.
dawn breaks, thousands of devotees line up at
Mumbai's Shree Siddhivinayak temple to pay homage to
Ganesha, the elephant-headed Hindu God. At times,
offerings for the deity include gold or silver
coins, or sometimes even a piece of jewelry.
Each night the valuables are placed in a
heavily-guarded strongroom, where the trove has
built up for more than 200 years.
double economy in a decade: MoS Finance Press Trust of India |
London June 11, 2015
India can double its economy over the
next decade from a USD 2 trillion economy to USD 4
trillion, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha
The minister also claimed that the foundations laid
by the Narendra Modi government's first year in
office would restore the country's economic growth
to the 8 per cent mark.
Aerospace to Partner with Mahindra Aerospace in
LE BOURGET, France, June 18, 2015 /CNW/ - Magellan
Aerospace Corporation ("Magellan") announced today
the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
with Mahindra Aerospace ("Mahindra"), an
Indian-based aerospace manufacturing company, to
develop a partnership agreement. This agreement will
provide the framework for the two companies to offer
their mutual customers major structural assemblies,
machined components and fabrications for the global
market. This agreement supports our customer's
strategy to develop supply from India.
Minister Manohar Parrikar. Says India To Buy Only 36
Rafale Jets, Previous Deal Cancelled HuffPost India | By Anirvan
Ghosh | Posted: 01/06/2015
New Delhi - The
world's biggest order for fighter jets just got
tender for 126 Rafale fighter aircraft, carried out
through long delays by the previous UPA government
and estimated to cost Rs 1.3 lakh crore, is not
economically viable, said Defence Minister Manohar
Parrikar. India will now buy 36 of the jets, as part
of the deal signed during Prime Minister Narendra
Modi's visit to France.
Rafale jets, made by France's Dassault Aviation, had
been declared as the lowest bidder in the final
stage of India's so-called MMRCA contest (medium
multi-role combat aircraft). The previous government
had been carrying out techno-commercial negotiations
with Dassault when the regime change in New Delhi
Menon and Justice Oka ordered the BrihanMumbai
Municipal Corporation to shut down all the stables
housing these horses after one year
The horse-drawn Victorias, a familiar sight for
joyrides in Mumbai's tourist areas, will become
history from June 2016 after the Bombay High Court
on Monday termed them "completely illegal".
A division bench comprising Justices A.K. Menon and
A.S. Oka directed the government to come up with a
rehabilitation scheme for the some 700 families
which will be affected by the decision -- as well as
is credited with shaping the architecture of
post-independence India having designed some of
the country’s most significant buildings. These
included the Gandhi memorial in Gujarat
(1958–1963), which Correa designed when he was
just 28 years old, and the Madhya Pradesh
Assembly building (1996).
In the 1970s, when the new city of Navi Mumbai
was being built across the harbour from the old
town, Correa was appointed as its chief
architect responsible for planning. The city
would become home to more than 2 million people.
+Edmund Rodrigues Sat Jun 20 09:23:27
After a 2 year fight with cancer, Edmund Rodrigues passed away on June 17, 2015.
Edmund is survived by sons Craig and Fr. Fr-Eric Rodrigues, wife Antonia Forero and daughters Nicole Moore and Elissa Mowat.
Edmund was the son of Caetano Joao Rodrigues (Assolna), and Albina Rodrigues (Velim). Edmund was born in Nakuru, Kenya in 1945 during British colonial ti....  Read more
Our Lady of
Grace Rosary Path at Marylake
campaign is underway for sponsoring a Rosary Bead -
the Hail Mary - with a bronze plaque in the name the
GOAN COMMUNITY, .
The project is in King City called Marylake. The
Rosary Path is to be spread out over 20 acres of
land. Sponsorship for a Hail Mary Bead is $3000.00.
With donations already received and pledges, we are
3/4 into acquiring a bead for the GOAN COMMUNITY. If
you are interested in being part of this first and
only GOAN COMMUNITY venture let me know and we will
send you the material to read more about the
wonderful project. Toronto /Ontario will have its
own Marian Shrine. The vision is to model it like
that of Fatima and Lourdes. How wonderful is that!
The goal is to have the BEAD paid for by mid July
Friends Canada launched to support Canadians living
with dementia Published on June 7, 2015
Campaign will help
Canadians who are living with dementia
The Honourable Rona Ambrose, Minister of Health,
along with Mimi Lowi-Young, CEO of the Alzheimer
Society of Canada, officially launched Dementia
Friends Canada to support the growing number of
Canadians living with dementia.
Among Men Costs Canada $36.9 Billion a Year (CNW Group/Canadian Men's
Canadian Men's Health
Week aims for big improvements through small changes
Vancouver, June 15, 2015 /CNW/
- Canadian Men's Health Week is kicking
off with an urgent message: Unhealthy lifestyle
choices are running rampant, and they are costing
this country an arm and a leg.
Kristin Harder couldn’t bear to let her friend
photograph the tiny braids that lay curled in their
little box. Although dry with age, the hair was
clearly that of a child, wispy and innocent.
The little braids in the box could very well have
belonged to Harder’s birth mother, who attended
Indian residential school and later gave Harder up
for adoption during the infamous Sixties Scoop.
subjects to opt for in the arts' stream? Don't
sweat. Beulah Pereira speaks to a few experts to
help you decide
degree in Arts is a whole new adventure, but
choosing the right subject combination can be
tricky. We'll get to that in a bit, but first things
first! Choosing a college that offers good arts
courses is important. According to the India Today
2014 survey, some of the top arts colleges in Mumbai
are St. Xavier's College, followed by K.J. Somaiya,
Ramnarain Ruia College and Sophia College. Now that
we've got that settled, let's look at parameters you
can use to select your subjects.
When it comes down to choosing subjects, Dr. Shefali
Balsari-Shah, former Head of Department of English
in St. Xavier's opines, "don’t get carried away by
the so-called popular or big-name subjects. Each
discipline has its own demands and challenges."
launches financial literacy strategy By Staff The Canadian Press
Toronto – A new
national stategy aims to help Canadians better
understand and manage their finances.
The federal government announced the plan today,
saying it will better co-ordinate existing programs
across the country.
HealthCare Ltd. Opens Branch in Brampton Civic
Office will work to
offer families and caregivers hospital bedside care
and home care after discharge
MISSISSAUGA, ON, June 15,
2015 /CNW/ - Bayshore HealthCare Ltd. (Bayshore)
is pleased to announce that it will officially open
a new branch in Brampton Civic Hospital on June 17,
2015. As a leading national provider of home and
community healthcare, the new Bayshore branch will
work to offer additional care to the loved ones and
caregivers of patients, including bedside
observational care, companionship, personal care and
lifestyles mean back pain is hitting men at 37
Back pain first hits men at the age of 37 on
average, the British Chiropractic Association (BCA)
claims – significantly younger than in the past.
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