Por el personal de ENSPosted Jul 8, 2012 Director of Music Morristown, NJ Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Enedina Vasquez de San Antonio, Texas, es la pintora en residencia del Equipo de Ministerios Hispano en la Convención General.[Episcopal News Service — Indianápolis] La Convención General es por lo general un mundo de palabras, sin embargo la pintora Enedina Vasquez está ofreciendo una interpretación visual con pinturas coloridas que reflejan su experiencia en la reunión de Indianápolis de este año.Vasquez, quien reside en San Antonio, en la diócesis de West Texas, se encuentra en la Convención como pintora en residencia del equipo de Ministerios Hispanos que dirige el Rdo. Canónigo Anthony Guillen, misionero de los Ministerios para Latinos/Hispanos de la Iglesia Episcopal.Enedina Vasquez ha creado una serie de pinturas que ilustran las “Cinco Marcas de la Misión” de la Comunión Anglicana, las cuales han sido aprobadas por la Iglesia Episcopal como los principios rectores. La Cuarta Marca está ilustrada aquí.El trabajo artístico de Vasquez y sus observaciones escritas pueden encontrarse aquí.Vasquez realizo servicios de similar capacidad en la conferencia de la Nueva Comunidad que se llevó a cabo en San Diego, a principios de este año.Fue en esa conferencia donde Vasquez empezó a dibujar en su iPod observaciones coloridas de los temas que se debatieron en la reunión, los cuales se centraron en los Ministerios Étnicos y Emergentes de la Iglesia Episcopal. Por ejemplo, cuando ella participó en la ceremonia nativoamericana en que bendicen la salvia y el aguar, ella pinto una mata de salvia con gotitas de agua que manaban de esta, con una puesta al cielo azul. Cuando uno de los oradores mencionó que la Iglesia Episcopal debería de “cambiar nuestro contexto o al menos considerar cambiarlo…” Vasquez pinto el escudo Episcopal con solo unos trazos de red, blanco y azul, como si estos se encontrarán en movimiento, fluyendo en el aire.En el segundo día de la Convención General, Vasquez pinto la reacción perpleja de un asistente a la Convención General que estaba tratando de ubicarse.Vasquez es una profesora jubilada, que tiene su negocio propio donde produce piezas de arte en cristal fundido. Su trabajo artístico se ha exhibido en museos muy importantes de los Estados Unidos, México, Japón y Alemania. Ella es además autora con trabajos publicados, poeta y dramaturga. Su obra teatral Te Traigo Estas Flores Y Marshmallow Peeps fue producida por Joseph Papp en el Festival del Teatro Shakespeare en Nueva York.Ella se graduó de la Universidad de Sewanee, Programa de Teología de la Universidad del Sur, y es además miembro de la organización religiosa laica Hijas del Rey [Daughters of the King]“En esta época de tecnología rápida, con jóvenes que envían con rapidez de sus teléfonos textos sobre las noticias del día, sobre lo que les interesa, y sus miedos, entonces la Iglesia Episcopal debe ir en esa dirección para poder captar a los jóvenes para que ellos puedan recibir la buena nueva de Cristo”, dijo Vasquez. “Nosotros debemos crear y enviar noticias que sean instantáneas, al minuto, coloridas, fantásticas, cortas, directas. En el 2012 hay maneras creativas y disponibles en Facebook y Twitter (para mencionar algunos) — y son los artistas quienes a través de la historia han reflejado las noticas verdaderas para todas las edades y épocas”. 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Iran: Press freedom violations recounted in real time January 2020 June 9, 2021 Find out more After Hengameh Shahidi’s pardon, RSF asks Supreme Leader to free all imprisoned journalists March 18, 2021 Find out more RSF_en News IranMiddle East – North Africa Organisation Help by sharing this information March 6, 2013 – Updated on January 20, 2016 More arrests and closures after release of five journalists News February 25, 2021 Find out more Call for Iranian New Year pardons for Iran’s 21 imprisoned journalists to go further Follow the news on Iran News Reporters Without Borders firmly condemns today’s decision by the Tehran state prosecutor to arrest Mohammad Mehdi Emami Naseri, the managing editor of the daily Maghreb, and Alireza Aghairad, its political editor, and to suspend the monthlies Tajrobeh and Mehrnameh and the weekly Aseman.The crackdown on freedom of information is clearly continuing, although five of the journalists arrested on 27 January, “Black Sunday,” were released in the past few days on bail of 100 million toman (150,000 euros). They are Pejman Mousavi and Soliman Mohammadi, released on 2 March, and Sasan Aghai, Nasrin Takhayori and Saba Azarpik, released yesterday.Officials from the Tehran prosecutor’s office arrested Naseri and Aghairad at the Maghreb’s headquarters. Published since September 2012, the newspaper has been carrying articles defending Iran’s reformists. Its surprisingly outspoken tone must have been irritating the regime.Naseri was previously detained from the start of October until late January, a total of 119 days. At a news conference on the day of his previous arrest, 1 October, prosecutor-general Gholam Hossein Ejehi claimed that his detention was not linked to his work as a journalist.The suspensions of Tajrobeh, Mehrnameh and Aseman were carried out by Intelligence officials, who contacted staff today and advised them to suspend publication themselves. All three are prestigious newspapers that supported the reformists.Ali Motahari, a parliamentary representative for Tehran and member of the Commission for Press Authorisation and Surveillance (the censorship arm of the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance), said today that “these suspensions were ordered by the Tehran prosecutor (…) the commission knows nothing.”Today’s events come two days after intelligence minister Heydar Moslehi announced an “offensive” by his ministry against “a network of 600 journalists, 150 inside the country and the rest based abroad, who are organizing their [anti-government] activities; some of them work with counter-revolutionary media.”Mohammad Javad Roh, a Mehrnameh journalist who also works for several reformist newspapers, was arrested at his Tehran home on 2 March and was taken to Evin prison. His family still does not know the reason for his arrest. Reporters Without Borders calls for the immediate and unconditional release of all the journalists and netizens currently detained in Iran. Receive email alerts IranMiddle East – North Africa News
World number one Djokovic completed his first private stranglehold of all four Slams with victory at Roland Garros in 2016.Having clinched the 2018 Wimbledon and US Open titles and then a seventh Australian Open crown in January this year, the Serb is tantalisingly close to another ‘Djoko Slam’.Federer and Nadal, with 20 and 17 career Grand Slam titles each respectively, may be ahead of 15-time major winner Djokovic in total hauls and have also completed career Slams.However, not even Federer or Nadal have managed to hold all four of the sport’s greatest prizes at the same time.It is such a rare feat that only Don Budge (1938) and Rod Laver (1962 and 1969) – all calendar Grand Slams – have pulled off the sweep in the sport’s history.Djokovic, who turned 32 on Wednesday, is playing down his potential date with destiny even if it would put him halfway to a 2019 calendar Slam of his own.After losing to Nadal in the Italian Open final last weekend, the Serb was in no doubt that it was the Spaniard who would likely be celebrating a 12th Roland Garros title in a little over two weeks’ time.“Nadal, number one favourite, without a doubt – then everyone else,” he said.Djokovic, who will be top seed in Thursday’s draw, could be forgiven his caution.At Roland Garros in 2018, he was shocked by Italian journeyman Marco Cecchinato in the quarter-finals, a defeat which was such a crushing bodyblow that he even contemplated skipping Wimbledon.Federer is returning to Roland Garros for the first time since 2015 having turned his back on clay court tennis to focus on Wimbledon.This year marks the 10th anniversary of his one and only Paris triumph and should the 37-year-old defy the odds and clinch the 2019 title he would become the oldest Grand Slam champion of all time.Age hasn’t dimmed his ability with Federer saving match points to beat Gael Monfils in Madrid and in Rome against Borna Coric as he found his feet again on European red clay.“It’s been interesting and fun, but not so challenging, to be honest,” said Federer despite his Rome campaign being cut short by a leg injury.Nadal, whose record at Roland Garros stands at a staggering 11 titles and a win-loss record of 86-2, claimed a ninth Italian Open title and a record 34th Masters on Sunday.His three-set win over Djokovic was timely as it was his first title of 2019 and had followed three successive semi-final losses at Monte Carlo, Barcelona and Madrid.The last two of those were against Dominic Thiem and Stefanos Tsitsipas, both of whom play with a one-handed backhand, just like Federer.Thiem, the 2018 runner-up to Nadal at Roland Garros, has defeated the Spaniard four times on clay. “There is a new wave coming through with the one-handed backhand that can counter some of Rafa’s spins and lefty play,” said Federer, a four-time runner-up in Paris.Outside of Djokovic and Federer, world number four Thiem and sixth-ranked Tsitsipas are the most likely candidates to dethrone Nadal.The same cannot be said for Germany’s Alexander Zverev, for so long touted as the brightest star of the so-called ‘Next Gen’.The German’s run to the quarter-finals last year remains his best Slam performance while he has yet to get beyond the last eight at any of the European clay events in the run-up to Paris.“He has lost his self-confidence, he gets very angry, gets down and destroys himself,” said compatriot Tommy Haas, a former world number two.“What he urgently needs is a success.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram French Open 2019 Novak Djokovic can become only the second man in history to have twice held all four Grand Slam titles at the same time with victory at the French Open.However, a returning Roger Federer and rejuvenated Rafael Nadal will once again stand in his way.
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