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Chopin The Virtuoso Concert Featuring Brian Ganz

The Polish American Arts Association is excited to partner with The National Philharmonic in promoting Polish music and scholarship for our youth by sponsoring the Brian Ganz concert. The “Chopin the Virtuoso” Concert at the National Philharmonic featuring Brian Ganz will be held on Saturday, February 24th at the Music Center at Strathmore, 5301 Tuckerman Lane, North Bethesda, MD. The …

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Demagoguing Christians In An Election Year

By Bill Donohue It is always wrong to generalize from the particular to the collective, as in using anecdotes to make sweeping generalizations, or in seizing upon extreme cases to indict an entire demographic group. To take a recent example, anti-Christian demagogues are trying to rally the public to watch their backs in this election year because Christians are allegedly …

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Father Ian Boyd, CSB – Requiescat in Pace

The G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture Mourns the Death of Our Founder, Father Joseph Ian Boyd, C.S.B. (Requiescat in Pace – January 23, 1935 – January 10, 2024) Father Ian Boyd, a priest of the Congregation of Saint Basil and an internationally recognized Chesterton scholar, died in Edmonton, Canada on January 10, 2024. He was the author …

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A Message of Hope for Earth’s Future

It’s easy to feel discouraged as we face the enormity of climate change and the mounting extinctions of plant and animal species. We may wonder: What can one person possibly do to help avert this unfolding catastrophe? Douglas Tallamy has a powerful message: Don’t give up, because every single person can make a difference! A New Jersey native and a …

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WIC: Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children

The Passaic WIC Program is available to pregnant and breastfeeding women, infants, and children up to the age of five.  WIC is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children.  It is a federal program which helps participants by providing them with sound advice on eating and free nutritious foods.  The program also provides breastfeeding education, promotion, and …

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Catholic League To Atheists – Sue Us!

By Bill Donohue We’ve had it with atheist bullies. That’s why we are asking one of their most prominent groups to consider suing us. Here’s how this developed. An atheist hate group from Wisconsin, Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), registered a complaint about a nativity scene being displayed by the Toledo Fire Department in Toledo, Iowa, outside of Des Moines. …

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Polish Americans Fighting For Conservative Values

Meet two Polish Americans fighting for Conservative values… Michael Clive and Patrick Dardis. Their Podcast “Clive and Dardis” can be heard on all platforms. The show bridges many unique gaps using straight talk, entertainment, history, comedy and strong opinions about the horrors and clown shows in government and society today. Michael Kaminski (aka Michael Clive) has spent his life learning …

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KF Chopin Piano Competition: Feb. 28 Till March 3, 2024

The Kosciuszko Foundation announces the 68th Kosciuszko Foundation Chopin Piano Competition from February 28 till March 3, 2024 in Washington D.C. The competition is open to pianists of all nationalities representing a professional level of performance, ages 17-30.  Eight chosen semifinalists will be invited to Washington D.C. to perform a recital of music by Chopin and Szymanowski, and three finalists will perform …

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Emerging Global Workforce and Digitization

Thankfully, as a result of the expansion of the Internet and its associated technologies, individuals and organizations have been able to expand their human connection networks beyond their wildest dreams. In some cases, the growth and expansion of personal networks have expanded organically.  It isn’t uncommon in the academic or higher education sector to connect with individuals with like-minded topics …

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The KF Exchange Program To Poland Is Accepting Applications

It gives us great pleasure to announce that applications for the 2024-2025 edition of the KF Exchange Programs to Poland are now open to American students and researchers. Please help us by spreading this message far and wide to your networks, friends, family members, co-workers, and students who may be interested in studying or conducting research at academic institutions in Poland. Application Deadline is March …

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