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Feb 28, 2024

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Polish Poppy Seed Cookies

Ingredients 2 eggs 1 cup butter 3/4 cup white sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 egg yolks 2 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon poppy seeds 1 egg white 1 tablespoon water Directions 1. Place eggs (and water to cover) in a medium saucepan. Bring water to a boil, remove from heat and let cool. Peel eggs and …

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Polish Easter Customs

  Eastertime has come upon us once again and along with it comes all the traditional customs that we Polonians have observed since the time of our forefathers.   Polish Easter customs are many and often vary from one region to another. In all Poland, however, the first thought of Easter occurs on Ash Wednesday, which marks the beginning of Lent. On …

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Teaching English In Poland

The KF Teaching English in Poland Program is looking for American volunteers who wish to connect with Polish and Ukrainian children and teachers during this summer in Poland. Become a TEIP Teacher or Assisting Teacher and spend a wonderful summer 2024 in Poland. Who we are looking for: Teachers: American teachers of all subject areas in K-12 schooling and higher education; individuals with …

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High Time To Make Buildings Safe For Migratory Birds!

From hummingbirds to hawks, and warblers to woodpeckers, New Jersey is home to hundreds of migratory and resident bird species. Our state’s location along the Atlantic Flyway means huge increases in bird traffic during the spring and fall migration seasons. Migrations are inherently risky, as birds undertake journeys of hundreds or thousands of miles with no guarantee of finding sufficient …

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The Catholic Intellectual Tradition

SOUTH ORANGE, NEW JERSEY – The G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture at Seton Hall University is pleased to announce an online conference on the theme of “Christopher Dawson and the Catholic Intellectual Tradition.” A conversation with Joseph Stuart, David Bonagura and Dermot Quinn. Moderated by Mrs. Gloria Garafulich-Grabois, director of G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture. …

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The IF in Life

By Bryan Golden Life is filled with ifs.  The ever constant dilemma is, “If I do this, what will happen?”  People also lament about the past with thoughts of “If I had only done things differently.”  Then there is worry about the future with “What will I do if that happens?” You can’t go forward in life when you are …

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Create Op Art At The Ocean County Library

SURF CITY, NJ – In honor of Women’s History Month, join us and create an Op Art masterpiece in the style of a legendary figure. “Bridget Riley: Op Art Rippled Creations” will take place at the Ocean County Library Long Beach Island Branch, 2 PM Friday, March 1. Op (optical) Art is an abstract style using geometric shapes, patterns and …

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Dismissing Top Military Official, Zelensky Makes Risky, Politicized Move

By  Lucja Swiatkowski Cannon February 12, 2024 5:25 pm The military situation in Ukraine is critical. It is under the relentless assault of the Russian army and is losing ground. It lacks soldiers and ammunition to respond effectively. Yet this is the moment that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky chose to dismiss “Iron General” Valery Zaluzhny, the widely popular commander of the Ukrainian army, and replace him with Gen. Olexander Syrski, …

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Polish Documentary Film Ref-Ren Screening At PMA

Discovery Video Studio Presents “Ref-Ren”: A Cinematic Journey into the Life and Legacy of Feliks Konarski The Polish Museum of America is proud to announce an exclusive screening of the documentary film “Ref-Ren,” a compelling exploration of the life and artistic contributions of Feliks Konarski, renowned for his iconic song “Red Poppies on Monte Cassino.” Date: Sunday, February 18, 2024, at …

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Lent’s Countercultural Message

By Bill Donohue The Lenten message could not be more countercultural. In a society that prizes self-indulgence—we can’t have enough money, drugs and sex—it is difficult to understand, much less appreciate, what Lent stands for: penance, forgiveness and self-denial. The latter, in particular, is seen by our elites as repulsive. If there is one person who hated self-denial—he said so …

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