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Second Edition is printed and mailed. Barbara Jatta, first female director of the Vatican Museums. Please remember to update your browser in order to view all material on our web site. Born Giovanni Montini, he is named a saint this year by Pope Francis. Pope Paul VI is not the only person named a saint. They come from different parts of Italy and come to canonization through different callings of faith. He is their patron saint, not to mention also the patron saint of orphans and sailors.
Father Romano was born in Torre del Greco in and ordained a priest in He devoted himself to helping the poor and orphans. Torre del Greco lies beside the Bay of Naples and is famous for its many cameo workshops. If not for Father Romano, the church would not be standing there today. Much of the region laid in ruins after Mount Vesuvius erupted in Father Romano was the parish treasurer and led the effort to restore the church.
He collected donations and oversaw the construction of a new church based on designs by architect Ignazio di Nardo. By , the Basilica of Santa Croce was fully restored and consecrated.
Father Romano died four years later. His canonization comes with two miracles. The first had to do with Maria Carmela Restock, diagnosed with breast cancer in The second miracle occurred after Maria Carmela Cozzolino was diagnosed with throat cancer in Nunzio Sulprizio led a difficult and sad life before he died in at the age of Pain and suffering, abuse and neglect, were the primary conditions of his childhood and adolescence.
His canonization stands as a model of faith. He never gave in to despair or cruelty even though his short life was harsh and unfair. Nunzio said the rosary often and believed deeply in Christ. He was born in on Easter Sunday in Pescara, in the village of Pescosansonesco. At the age of three, he lost both his father and baby sister. His mother then remarried a man of wealth who mocked and verbally abused him. When she died, Nunzio went to live with his grandmother who taught him the rosary.
After she passed away, he lived with his uncle, a brutal blacksmith who physically beat him. The boy was taken out of school and sent on long errands through the countryside.
His uncle would not feed him if he made a mistake in the workshop. His leg was cut on one of his long treks.
He was ostracized by townsfolk after the laceration became infected and they thought him contagious or unclean. He was hospitalized in Naples after the onset of gangrene. With no one to pay for his care, he was left on the street to beg.
Colonel Felice Wochinger found him there, a child alone, sick and starving. He gave him refuge and from then on was like a father to him. He paid for his medical care and Nunzio began to recover. Then the doctors discovered he had bone cancer. His leg was amputated but the cancer remained and he died in Throughout these terrible ordeals, Nunzio declared his love for Christ and saw in Him his model.
People from all over Naples came to his funeral. He was loved and praised for his unflinching faith, his kindness and gentleness.
Francesco Spinelli was born in Milan in and was ordained a priest in He lived in Cremona and Bergamo before moving to Rome. There, he received a vision while praying at the Basilica di Santa Maggiore. He saw women devoted to the Blessed Sacrament. He founded an order of nuns in Bergamo in With little experience in business administration or accounting, Father Spinelli mismanaged donations and the bishop forced him to sever ties to the convent.
He returned to Cremona a failure. Yet, he did not give up. He believed in his calling to begin an order of nuns that would help the poor. In , he founded the Sisters Adorers of the Blessed Sacrament. Father Spinelli learned from his previous experience and structured the order on sound financial footing.
After he died in , the sisters grew to an order of 59 convents serving the faithful in Argentina and Senegal. Official White House Photo by D. In his opening statement, President Trump welcomed Prime Minister Conte and congratulated him on an election victory in Italy.
The prime minister currently leads a coalition government in the Italian parliament composed of two major political parties, Five Star Movement and League, with support from minor parties, Brothers of Italy, Associative Movement Italians Abroad and South American Union Italian Emigrants.
Conte is an independent. Although not a member of the political parties that make up the current government, he supports the underlying political philosophy as conceived by its principals, titled Governo del Cambiamento, Government of Change. The president reaffirmed the close working relationship between the United States and Italy in matters of international security.
He sees Italy a major player in combating Islamic and other forms of terrorism throughout the Mediterranean. United States and Italy face similar crises at their respective borders in illegal immigration. Both countries share the same goal of combating and impeding the flow of undocumented migrants. And they fought it hard. And the Prime Minister, frankly, is with us today because of illegal immigration.
Italy got tired of it. I applaud the Prime Minister for his bold leadership — truly bold — and I hope more leaders will follow this example, including leaders in Europe. Prime Minister Conte opened his side of the press conference with a few short sentences in English. He then spoke Italian for the remainder of the event with a translator to convey his words in English. We will start working in Italy. Questions from members of the press ranged from matters concerning NATO, the European Union, illegal immigration and recent reports of the United States economy growing at four percent.
The project is scheduled for completion in The president then ended the press conference after encouraging words about the future of trade between the United States, Italy and Europe. And that will be more competition.
Please become a patron today! Contact Truby Chiaviello at potompub aol. Alan Pascuzzi, a world renowned sculptor and art historian from Florence. The statues will be exhibited in the Palazzo della Cancelleria in Rome. They proposed an opportunity to exhibit the new statues in a one-week exhibition open to the city of Rome, the Vatican community and to the Pope.
Every work will propose a new image of Mary and Jesus Christ, faithful to the reality of love between mother and child; but also alluding to universal love and to the divine. Meet the Sculptor Dr. Alan Pascuzzi Alan Pascuzzi is a sculptor, painter and art historian who has lived in Florence, Italy for the past 20 years.
A Fulbright scholar with a PhD in Renaissance art with a concentration on Greek and Roman sculpture and the drawing, painting and sculpting techniques of Michelangelo and other Renaissance masters. Pascuzzi is a recognized expert on Renaissance techniques. As a professional artist he has permanent works in painting and sculpture in churches, palaces and tabernacles in the city center of Florence. He as executed commissions for churches in various cities in Italy, France, the United States and Australia.
The palazzo is located at Piazza della Cancelleria, 1, Roma, less than a mile away from St. He brings an interpretation of the Madonna and Child based on his experience as a noted art historian of Classical and Renaissance art, his knowledge of religious iconography and his personal observations of the unique relationship between mother and child.
Small clay models for all ten works see following images have already been realized by Dr. Pascuzzi which include by title: The following images are clay models of four of the 10 sculptures for the exhibition by Dr. The original works will be executed in clay. From the clay original a negative cast will be made to produce a positive cast in white resin — a resistant and light material.
The works will be in two formats: A Call for Patrons Exhibition will be financed through patrons at every stage. Pascuzzi of the Sistine Chapel, and more! Please become a patron today.
Yet, she claims the devil is inside her. He pushes her to do things against her will. We see her sitting on a chair covered in a red sheet. Her family is there with her. She is held down by several men. Father Amorth initiates the Roman Ritual of He holds the crucifix. He calls for the intercession of saints.
He leads the participants in prayer. Friedkin was the lone filmmaker in the room. He records a fight on a simple handheld video camera. It is the devil versus Father Amorth. It is an evil parasite against the power of Christ.
Cristina struggles to be released. She tries to overpower the men holding her down. She then screams in anger. He visits psychiatrists at Columbia University in New York. The film sets up the never-ending debate between the Old World and New. Ideas and beliefs collide. UCLA surgeons surmise a malfunction in the temporal lobe.
However, they are open to other causes and treatments outside the practice of medicine. There soon appears on screen a digital map of the brain.
Demonic possession might be a delusion resulting from a tumor. The team of psychiatrists at Columbia University are more confident in their diagnosis. Although open to other causes and effects, the rituals of faith may have overwhelmed Cristina.
The intercession of saints. The signs of the cross. The use of Holy Water. Maybe she has fallen prey to group think and the pressures of mysticism. He is smart, calm and articulate. He begins with equivocation about demonic possession and the need for exorcism. Yet, as the interview progresses, he makes a starling revelation. He admits to being unqualified to perform an exorcism. He does not have the acumen to take on the devil. He lacks the level of spirituality as endowed by Father Amorth.
The raw close ups. The tight shots and intimate framing. The unrehearsed comments by experts. This is the kind of documentary we we grew up on. He remains a master of confrontation. He holds nothing back. They come armed with Scripture. They come endowed with the Cardinal virtue of fortitude.
They come to do battle. In either of them, the devil has met his match. It was a religious work, they said; a story of faith in the face of evil. They come as either part of the story or as symbolic images to underscore a message of faith. What follows are the churches and historical sites in Italy that make up key scenes in the film.
The documentary shows Catholic pilgrims from all over the world who ascend the stairs on their knees in acts of devotion. These stairs were once inside the palace of Pontius Pilate in Jerusalem. They were removed and transported to Rome in the 4th century at the request of Saint Helena, mother of the Emperor Constantine.
It are these stairs that Jesus Christ climbed to be seen and sentenced to death by Pilate. The subject was a woman who went by the alias Cristina.
Friedkin said that Father Amorth was the most holy man he ever met. Friedkin went there to meet Cristina after Father Amorth died. The setting is the Acropolis of Alatri and its great cyclopean wall. No mortar in the structure binds the stones together. Instead, large limestone blocks were carved according to specific measurements and tilted when stacked. The wall was erected before the time of ancient Rome and stands today after surviving many earthquakes and other destructive phenomena.
The location was once the burial chamber for the Hernici tribe and then a temple for the Roman god Saturn. The church was completed there in the 13th century with a facade added in the 19th century. Inside are relics of Saint Sixtus, one of the earliest popes who served in the first century A. Cristina did not show up to the basilica as originally planned. The grounds once hosted a temple to Venus. The church was built there in the 4th century and was renovated in the 14th century with an added bell tower and an inscription by Pope Boniface IX.
In the film, Friedkin met with Cristina, her boyfriend and her mother inside the church. She was restrained by her boyfriend who demanded the director give up the footage of her exorcism.
He refused and the man threatened to kill him. Friedkin immediately left the church, got in his car and made his way quickly back to Rome. Pictured from top, Sashini Fernando, chief sustainability officer at Tropic Sri Lanka, and Paolo Bray, founder and director of Friend of the Sea; the extraction of eggs from tuna and a lab worker at Tropic Sri Lanka Friend of the Sea FOS is an organization based in Milan, Italy that has devised an international certification scheme for products from sustainable fisheries and aquaculture.
Audits are based on the best up-to-date data and run by accredited independent certification bodies. FOS also supports projects of preservation and protection of the environment and marine habitats. Moreover, it is constantly engaged in awareness campaigns to make more and more people conscious of the importance of consuming only certified sustainable seafood. The initiative aims to improve recruitment rates through assisted reproductive technology, thereby allowing a second generation of yellowfin tuna to return back to the ocean.
In , the Japanese government started a reproduction project of Bluefin tuna to support the increasing demand of sashimi. What differs is that assisted reproductive technology is applied to farming due to geo-morphological constraints, while in the case of Sri Lanka the same technique is conducted out of sea making of FCP SEA a pioneering project. To learn more about Friend of the Sea, log on to their web site at http: It is an extraordinary new documentary film by Marco Proserpio, a tireless Italian filmmaker from Milan.
Graffiti dates back to the time of antiquity. Some of its earliest examples can be seen in Italy today on the walls of buildings in Pompeii or on the walls inside the catacombs of Rome. It usually comes by way of reckless spray paint. It is an assault upon the walls of public works or commercial buildings.
It is usually nothing more than the scrawl of gang identification; a warning sign of embellished fonts, ugly and of no significance to anyone except those engaged in turf warfare. At times, however, graffiti can be art. An artist may actually draw on a wall something definable and with a compelling message.
Such is the artist known as Banksy. He is a fearless and creative graffiti artist. His stenciled black and white works first appeared on walls throughout England. In , Banksy was in Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus Christ, which is now part of Palestinian territory and under the watchful eye of the Israeli army and intelligence agencies.
He had been invited there, along with a select group of artists, to paint on the wall that now divides Palestine and Israel.
From to , scores of young men walked from Palestinian into Israeli territory. Inside Israeli restaurants, shopping malls and bus depots, they detonated homemade explosives to kill themselves, along with hundreds of Israeli women, children and the elderly. The wall was erected to stop the carnage and from all accounts did just that. Banksy was the most famous of artists who painted in Bethlehem. One of his paintings showed an Israeli soldier checking the identification papers of a donkey.
The message was obvious: The paranoia of a police state extends to the most innocent and innocuous of beings. Yet, many Palestinians were offended. They saw the painting as a putdown. Proserpio is that rare filmmaker who seeks all sides to an issue. The film goes from exploring artistic messages of Palestinian liberation to the unchecked avarice of the art world. A taxi driver and body builder named Walid saw the artwork and had the idea to remove and sell it. He notified Mike Cannavanti, a Greek entrepreneur in Bethlehem, who hired a contractor to chisel out the piece that contained the painting.
He advertised it on Ebay. An art collector in Denmark bought the concrete slab work of art and then auctioned it in New York, Los Angeles, and London. The asking price was in the hundreds of thousands. The identification of Banksy is not known. The same goes for many other graffiti artists. Most are wanted by the police for defacing public and private property. Their lack of identity puts them at a severe disadvantage when it comes to selling their art. As the film documents, there is a new movement in Italy to remove graffiti artwork and sell them to museums and collectors.
We see a college professor in Bologna mix a liquid chemical to cover graffiti and peel it away after drying. The painting is then transferred to a canvas or makeshift wall inside an art gallery. What was once outlawed street art now goes for sale with asking prices in the hundreds of thousand of dollars. Graffiti artists are excluded in the share of profits from the sale. They see no income from their work.
Such is their fate. The walls of buildings do not belong to them. They have no copyright. They have no say in what happens. What is especially intriguing is the Americanization of much of the world. We see Palestinian youths expressing themselves through rap music. We see them dressed in long flannel jackets, donning shoulder length hair or straggly beards.
They speak English in an American dialect. They look as though they just came from the campuses of Berkeley. Although Proserpio is rooting for graffiti artists, he is honest enough to show the flaws in this art movement.
Graffiti consists of contradiction. Street art is now a commodity. It is obtained by the rich to display in their living rooms. Even those who were the first to see graffiti as valid art, such as Paolo Buggiani, an avant-garde performance artist in Rome, have now absconded whole works from the streets for sale to private collectors. It is to be seen by all who cherish art, politics and the way of the world, even if at times that world is headed in the wrong direction. Tell us about your family background?
Where was your family from in Italy? My parents immigrated to Canada in from Nicastro, Calabria, Italy. I was born in Toronto, as was my sister. Then in , my dad decided to go back to Italy to live. I was just out of college, and it was frowned upon for young Italian women to live on their own in those days, so I followed my parents and my sister to move to Italy. We lived in northern Italy, around the south part of Lake Garda, for 17 years.
My sister and I both married local Italian men. I had 3 children, and my sister had two. All five of our children were born in Desenzano Del Garda, province of Brescia. When my father died in , we began to make plans to return to Canada. In , both our families, along with my mother, returned to Canada, near Toronto.
We were thrilled to be back! Unfortunately, my husband did not fit at all well in Canada, and we divorced in He immediately moved back to Italy.
I remarried, this time to a police officer in central Florida and moved there to be with him. I still live there. I still have a very large extended family in Italy and Canada. My two sons live in Canada and as well as my sister and her husband and children.
My husband and I will be traveling to Italy this summer, and we are very excited to go! What inspired you to write this book? At one point in my life, I was like Giuliana: I had multiple online friends and most of them were men. I was also going through somewhat of a mid-life crisis which was hardened by my ex-husband wanting to return to Italy.
However, as I wrote, the plot became quite spicy and convoluted, but at the same time, quite interesting. However, I would not call it autobiographical. How are you alike or different than the main character Giuliana?
I am very much like Giuliana. But as the book evolved, so did I, and Giuliana and I went our separate ways. Although Giuliana is Italian, she has been full immersed in the way of Canada or America.
She works hard but also plays hard. What are your future novels or projects? Here is the link: Lorenzo, tell us about your background. Where is your family from in Italy? I am a first generation Italian American, born in Boston. My family is from the Campania region of Italy — my father is from Avellino and my mother is from Benevento. I continue to visit Italy every year to see close friends or to discover something new.
Your book describes the streets, piazzas, cafes and nightclubs of the Eternal City. The book is your tribute to Rome. Tell us why you love this city so much. I had just left my job and moved to Italy to figure out my next chapter in life. I chose to be in Rome because I never really knew Rome. Well, of course I was familiar with the city — visiting the popular sights on many occasions — but I never really got to know her well.
So I wanted to incorporate the city into my story, as a tribute to my affection for its beauty. From the outset, the similarities between you, the author, and Alex are many. Is Alex your alter ego or your antithesis? Alex does have a lot of me in him, but he is not me. True, I can be and was a fool in love many times, but to the extent of Alex, I hope not.
I did give Alex a similar job and purpose for being in Rome, but his story is not my story. Your view is far different than the religious and classical sense we often apply to the city. Yes, and I thank you for pointing this out. Those of us who have travelled to Rome or read about Rome, or see it on TV, have been introduced to the classic sights — the Colosseum, the Vatican, La Fontana di Trevi. The book makes the reader see a different side to the city that is modern, thriving and continues to be influential.
Your character Alex leaves America for Italy. Perhaps a temporary adventure… but then again maybe not. We see a lot of young people today, like Alex, wishing to live and work overseas. Why the attraction to leave America for Italy or elsewhere? The attraction is the simple glamor of being in a place that is unlike our daily and oftentimes monotonous environment. We seek an escape from a life of working, working, working; to hopefully live a decent life. In Italy, we see how life can be fulfilling.
Italians go to work too of course, but the work does not dictate their lives. They appreciate the quality of life — the food, the people, the surroundings, and the air. All of it makes Italy a desirable place to live. This is your first novel. Do you have plans for a second novel? Or some other creative work? I am trying to write a second novel. As I try to work on novel 2, I also blog about my travels — focusing on culture, food and modern life.
But, I know I do want to complete that second book. Engage an Italian lawyer who speaks your language. A lawyer can also assist you with obtaining a building survey. The City of Worcester should not have another historical church go the same route and be demolished! The Romanesque style church, located today on Mulberry Street in Worcester, was built after when funds from the Italian community were raised for its construction.
The parish has been a mainstay of Roman Catholic worship in Worcester. Besides the church, the parish contains a recreation center, owns and maintains low income apartments and hosts a number of charitable and community events.
The local diocese seeks to demolish Our Lady of Mount Carmel with no church to take its place. Options still exist to save Our Lady of Mount Carmel and time is needed to address them. Buildings age and deteriorate, as time goes by, and it takes long term maintenance planning and budgeting to restore and stabilize them. We believe preserving this historical church is possible. If the Diocese allowed the church to be listed on the historical register, grants might be available for building upgrades and enhancements.
To learn more about Our Lady of Mount Carmel and the effort to save it, please log on to www. As we approach Memorial Day, our thoughts and memories surround those loved ones who have gone away from us.
We especially remember those sons and daughters who left home to fight wars and to protect our liberty and freedom. Many veterans have found peace by joining a veterans club or organization such as ours, the Italian American Veterans of Luzerne County, Post 1, in Northeast Pennsylvania.
I am a member of this fine organization and served as its commander. We were once a large group but recently we have seen a downward slop in membership and involvement. We still participate in many civic and military events. Our members are still prominent local leaders, judges, businessmen and entrepreneurs. We still provide many improvements to the local Veterans Hospital located in Wilkes-Barre.
Once, there were 1, Italian soldiers detained at this military facility. Many members are growing older and passing away with no new members joining our group. This issue is being faced by many other organizations all over the country. New tactics and methods are tried. Membership retention is our biggest problem. Let us recall that if not for the sacrifices made by our veterans, our country, our freedom and liberty would not exist.
Brandon Vallorani is the founder of Vallorani Estates and Vineyards. He recently hosted the first-ever Italian festival in Dallas, Georgia, where he lives today with his wife and seven children. Brandon has been successful in business before and after earning an MBA in business management in from Thomas More College. His Italian blood, however, pushes him forward to get more out of life than just the bottom line.
In the beginning of the book, Brandon recounts the real-life story of his great-uncle who traveled the countryside in Abruzzo. He came across a pack of wolves and a nearby tree was his only means of escape. He took refuge on its highest limb and with nothing else to do, he took out his mandolin and started playing music for the hungry wolves below.
Should we lock ourselves indoors and hide? We should pick up our mandolin and stride onward, bringing joy to our fellow travelers on earth. His great-grandfather Luigi, a veteran of the Italo-Turkish war, had immigrated to America only to return to Italy with his young son after his wife died. It took three tries for my great-grandfather to have a son who survived to carry on the Vallorani name.
He never stopped trying to do more. While he did not settle in the United States to pursue the American dream for himself, he achieved it for his family by planting the seeds of success.
We reaped what Luigi sowed. It is the Italian way to success, where business and the good life are pursued with equal vigor. An especially arid part of the Southern California desert is where Joe Chiriaco, a self-taught surveyor, envisioned a gas station and small cafe along a dirt road that became Highway 60 and then Interstate 10 in California.
Land was leased to Chiriaco from a sheep rancher in and what later became Chiriaco Summit was born. Aqueducts were built through there to transport water. Patton becomes a regular customer. His troops train nearby to fight later in the African desert. The postwar years bring a new Interstate, expansion of our hydrocarbon society, changing culture and demographics of the s. All this happens as the Chiriaco family survive and strive to retain and build their family business.
Midway in the book, she considers the survival ethic of the Chiriacos: Contini Gordon gives us a wealth of historical detail in a narrative of a true American family who built something to last generations. That America, with its freedom and fair-minded spirit, allows anyone to make it if they work hard and play by the rules.
The Chiriacos did just that and we are all grateful to Dr. Contini Gordon for bringing us their incredible story.
The famous command of television directors - at least the first part of it - was often relegated to the ingenuity of Imero Fiorentino. Son of Italian immigrants, Fiorentino was responsible for lighting television shows and live events in a career that spanned decades. He was a true pioneer in his field who once worked for ABC in the s when programs were broadcast live.
A graduate of Carnegie-Mellon, Fiorentino created many of the lighting techniques that are commonplace today in television. There was only one occasion when he lost his cool. I retrieved the damaged clipboard and made up my mind to keep it and to never use another…One corner is missing and it looks pretty shabby.
I love that clipboard. Thus, we welcome his new book, albeit on a bittersweet note. Fiorentino died in and his surviving wife Angela made it her mission to get the book published posthumously. Fiorentino retells a life lived to the highest levels of craftsmanship and professional acumen. This book reminds us what it takes to be the best at what one does. Rather than being criminalized for trying to save refugees and migrants who have fled horrific detention conditions and systematic human rights abuses in Libya, NGOs saving lives at seashould be supported.
This appears to mark yet another step towards the outsourcing to the Libyan Coast Guard of the patrolling of the central Mediterranean. Their callous complicity with smugglers, criminals and torturers must end and the safety and the rights of refugees, asylum-seekers and migrants must be prioritized. Refugees and migrants intercepted by the Libyan Coast Guard are disembarked in Libya and immediately transferred to detention centres where serious human rights violations, including arbitrary detention, torture and other ill-treatment, and exploitation have been widely documented.
European Governments should condition their support on ensuring that Libyan authorities bring an end to the policy of indefinite arbitrary detention of refugees, asylum-seekers and migrants, recognize UNHCR and allow it to exercise its full mandate in the country.
European governments must also provide sufficient resettlement opportunities for the refugees stranded in Libya, establish a solid monitoring of the operations of the Libyan Coast Guard and most importantly ensure people rescued at sea are not taken back to Libya until the protection of their rights can be guaranteed.
For more information, please log on to www. Top, separate casting of "Behold" infant acquired by the Smithsonian American Art Museum for its permanent collection in Washington, D. King for his moral courage and nobility of spirit overlooking the Kings' tomb. Add plaques at Columbus Circle expressing negative historical interpretations and commentary about Columbus by one group or another--"absolutely not!
And add to such a negative supposition the removal or attachment of negative commentary to all statues in the United States glorifying the courageous and important civil rights, political freedoms, and military service contributions of Spanish Americans whose Queen, Isabella, of Spain financed the Columbus voyages to the New World.
When will Italian-American organizations and Italian-American media throughout the United States begin a very active, positive national campaign—in all media, Entertainment, News, and Advertising, and on all university and college campuses--to educate the American public, and the world, regarding Italian-American contributions to Civil Rights and human dignity—one of many historically significant examples, US Congressman, Peter Rodino, Jr.
King and President Johnson as the President signs the bill into Law. This would help to create a long-overdue, persistent and determined national united effort among Italian-Americans, Italian-American organizations and friends to overcome negative popular media portrayals and bigoted and misinformed mainly academic historical interpretations, perspectives, and protests regarding the contributions and history of Italian Americans to the United States—from to the present day.
It is an inspiring story of how I worked for over ten years with Mrs. King to create "Behold" and, independently, raise the casting, transportation, and installation costs of the monument. I am currently seeking opportunities to present my story to Italian-American organizations.
My hope is that by learning of my efforts to sculpt the "Behold" statue that Italian-Americans will be inspired further to show our rich history in supporting Civil Rights in America. You can find out more about Patrick Morelli by visiting his web site at www. Morelli is currently looking to collaborate with a major architect to compete for a major public memorial to Dr. King to be sited in Boston. A deadline of February 28 is set by memorial organizers.
Morelli by email at morelliart aol. Zoe Kosmidou with guests. Chef Luigi Diotauti and Dr. Chefs Luigi Diotauti and Amy Riolo. A new kind of dining has come to Washington, in which each meal is spiced lightly with some history and culture. This blending of history and culture to highlight a memorable meal is the brainchild of Dr. For some, Zoe is a new face in the city, the recent founder and president of Ancient Dinners LLC; for others, she is a world-traveler who has for many years represented Greece at its embassy in Washington, D.
Ancient Dinners is for Zoe a blending of two loves, travel and food, and each Ancient Dinner highlights a different country around the world, gastronomically with family-style food, based on ancient recipes and created with original ingredients that are indigenous to the country. A recent gathering was the third Ancient Dinner in a series that will continue next year as well.
It was held at Aperto Restaurant in Washington, D. For the select diners, it was an educationally enriching experience, in which the ancient foods of Rome were introduced by two engaging personalities, Chefs Amy Riolo, author and television personality, and Luigi Diotaiuti, proprietor of Aperto and Al Tiramisu.
In the spirit of Virgil and Apicius, two famous Roman devotees of fine food, the charming duo of Luigi and Amy lifted the evening to Olympian heights, and filled it with their intimate knowledge.
Ancient Dinners began this fall to celebrate the traditions and the cultures around the world; its goal is to offer guests a cultural experience that goes beyond just food. Joe David is the author of numerous articles and six books, including Gourmet Getaways: The Brooklyn archdiocese got its way.
And the church, built by Italian immigrants over years ago, is now being demolished. One photo was taken by my son Samer last week. You can see how the church is boarded up. No doubt this is a demolition site. You can see how the roof has been removed and, thus, the interior. It is reminiscent of what happens to a building that had a bomb dropped on it.
The church was near a subway stop. I visited there in Part of Brownsville or Ocean Hill neighborhood in Brooklyn. Some refer to the area as East New York. This neighborhood was once a densely populated Italian neighborhood. About years ago, the Italian immigrants wanted a Catholic church of their own. A house of worship that conveyed their language, customs and traditions.
So, they volunteered their money and labor. Many of the men who lived there were carpenters and bricklayers and had experience in construction. They hired an Italian architect and built a beautiful church. You can see photos here from the web site devoted to Our Lady of Loreto, a web site maintained by Dominick Mondelli.
The interior was beautifully designed. There is a ceiling mural. A statue of San Innocenzo at Loreto. Here is a photo of Mass at the church in You can see that it was well-attended and made up of many devoted parishioners. In the s, Our Lady of Loreto was turned over to the Brooklyn archdiocese. And 40 years later, the archdiocese wanted to tear it down. I published a feature article on the effort of Italian Americans who once lived in the neighborhood, who attended Mass there at Our Lady of Loreto, who were baptized there, had their first communion and confirmation there; and so they organized to save the church.
And all things were offered to the archdiocese including a creative development idea that preserved the church. This was back in and and the Brooklyn archdiocese agreed to retain the church in return for demolishing the rectory next door.
And here is where one wonders about the intentions of Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio and other officials of the Brooklyn archdiocese. Did they intentionally allow Our Lady of Loreto to deteriorate so they could claim it as a danger to the community and apply for demolition? This is what happened over the last 18 months. The fight to preserve it included petitions and donation drives. Now, you hear the news about how divided is America.
Well, the activists involved came from all walks of life. In the end, however, the fight was lost. The legal appeals exhausted and the archdiocese had their way - and Our Lady of Loreto is being torn down. You can see photos here, taken by Todd Maisel, of The Daily News, how the the murals, statuary, the decorative elements - all being beaten and destroyed.
The time it took to build them, the craftsmanship, the artistry - all for nothing - destroyed. This is not the only church to face its extinction. The situation began also around and I wanted both churches to survive. Instead, the opposite happened. An artist by the name of Jeffrey T. Peters and has now turned it into an art academy. This part of Brownsville is still knee deep in poverty and dispossession.
It remains a place plagued by urban decay. People need more than just a roof over their heads. They need inspiration from art. In return for keeping the church and its interior decorations, the people there could have a place of worship. It is not unusual for Catholic churches to be converted to Baptists and other Protestant denominations.
The turning point was when the parish turned itself over to the archdiocese. The silver lining are the activists, all ethnicities and backgrounds, that tried to save Our Lady of Loreto. We commend them for their efforts.
We commend also the Italian immigrants who built this church. They came to build up the city and not tear it down - unlike the archdiocese and now even some others in local government that want to tear down statues of Columbus and others. We learn from this sad situation, that the effort to preserve our Italian heritage in New York and all over America is well worth the fight and we have to keep fighting whenever we are faced with destruction of our heritage.
Here is a list the people who fought the good fight to save Our Lady of Loreto. If I missed anyone, please let me know, as I want to include anyone and everyone who fought the good fight. We commend the following people who led the effort to preserve the church. Here is a link to the web site devoted to Our Lady of Loreto in Brooklyn. Please log on to their web site at http: Please join us to celebrate our Italian Heritage.
Charlie Unger Assemble at WABC Channel 7, Monday, October 9, Parade chairman: Time and place indicated in Parade Order Move Out: Fifth Avenue and 72nd Street, as directed by the police department Buses meeting groups should park to pick up on 75thth Streets between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue, according to instructions by the NYC police department.
High school bands will be judged as they march Do not break formation or stop on the Red Carpet. Groups assembling East of Fifth Avenue travel North on Madison Avenue to designated street Groups assembling West of Fifth Avenue travel North on Sixth Avenue to designated street After drop-off, participant buses should proceed to East 75th Street and park according to police department instructions. All personnel riding or walking with a float will meet at the designated staging area assigned to your float.
Floats will enter line-of-march as directed by parade captains. With the threat of removing the statue of Columbus from Columbus Circle we encourage all to also join us at the laying of the Wreath for the Columbus Statute by the National Council of Columbia Associations in Civil Service on October 8, Our Ancestors in donated the statute with small donations from Italian immigrants in appreciation of being Americans.
Sunday October 8, This autumn, the Albertina Museum in Vienna is paying homage to Raphael with a major presentation of paintings and drawings that has been developed in cooperation with the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, England. You can learn more about the Albertina Museum by logging on to http: Paolo Virzi set the film in Brianza because he thought it most like Connecticut, the setting of the novel by Stephen Amidon, from , in which the film is based.
The first are the Ossolas; a middle class family with Dino, a real estate broker, played by the versatile actor Fabrizio Bentivoglio. Dino is divorced but has remarried Roberta Morelli, a child psychologist, who is played by Valeria Golino, who you may know from popular films "Rain Man" and "Hot Shots.
She is played by actress Matilde Gioli. The second family are the Bernaschis with Giovanni, played by Fabrizio Gifuni, as the patriarch. He is a manager of a successful hedge fund in Milan.
In the film both Giovanni and Carla live with their teenage son Massimilano, who is played by Guglielmo Pinelli. Friends at private school, Serena and Massimilano form the connection between the two families.
While there, he is recruited by Giovanni to play in a doubles tennis match. After the game, Dino asks Giovanni if he can invest in the hedge fund. In order to get the money, Dino presents a false business plan to a friend, a loan officer at a bank. He expects to repay the loan quickly knowing the high rate of return of the hedge fund. The film comes to us in different parts; through the eyes of three characters, Dino, Carla and Serena. It is a style the director utilizes with compelling effect.
We see the same events but by different perspectives. Serena and her friend, Luca, played by Giovanni Anselmo are involved. The respective families face the crisis differently. The question arises as to how far will a family will go to survive scandal.
The suspenseful ending is one you might not expect. The actors and actresses in "Human Capital" fully capture the peculiarities, strengths and weaknesses of the characters. The most sympathetic was Carla Bernaschi, who we see, at first, living an empty life of daily shopping sprees. Her portrayal by Bruni is both subtle and effective. We see her chauffeured in Brianza to an old theater about to be torn down.
She stops and tours the structure and then volunteers to save it. From money in Giovanni's hedge fund, she purchases the building and sets up a non-profit organization to begin restoration. Her new board of directors are writers, professors and local politicians who come across as snobs with little care to save the old theater. The restoration effort only comes undone after Giovanni's hedge fund starts losing money and they are forced to liquidate assets.
Here we see how all members of society are inherently connected to a select few of great wealth. It is Giovanni who is the film's central figure; always present in a big way; the person who controls the money and so controls the destinies of the other characters.
The suggestion in the film is that Giovanni is morally corrupt. We only know snippets of what he does. The film would have been better if it had given us more details about his operations, where and how he invested his money.
Hedge funds acquired the worst of reputations after the crash. And yet we know very little about them. Most critics noted its technique and style but found the story lacking. The reason for that might be how the rich are portrayed in the film. The trend today in America is class warfare.
And any film that shows rich people in a balanced view is destined for criticism and even condemnation. Indeed, if anyone comes across as grossly morally corrupt in this film, it would be those of the lower classes. We see the character of Luca, fort instance, living in a rundown apartment with his uncle who is selling drugs.
Another main character, Dino, is obsessed with money. He sees nothing wrong in defrauding his friend at the bank. Considering how well the rich of Brianza are portrayed in the film, one wonders why the leaders of the province had a problem with it in the first place. The film however is not a negative dissertation of greed and materialism. Rather, the integrity of the director ensures a fair and just conclusion - one that still resonates and compels us to watch. A copy of this edition can be purchased here.
As a young adult, Dante played professional baseball. As a result of a shoulder injury he attended the University of Miami as a drama major. Tommy Dorsey met and saw Dante in a play and arranged a screen test at MGM Studios and signed him to a 7 year contract. His time in Hollywood went well. He was steadily employed with appearances in some 30 films and television shows. McCoy, temporarily stranded on the planet. Maab was a hero who at the end sacrificed his life to save the native queen played by Julie Newmar.
Of all the genres in film and television, it was the Western, not science fiction, that became a staple for Dante. He played many characters who were outlaws, cowboys, and Native Americans. He retaliates by kidnapping a white woman who he eventually married to exchange for medicine to cure a smallpox outbreak among his people and defeats the rogue frontiersmen who pursue them. The role of Winterhawk inspired Dante to learn all he could about the Blackfoot Indian culture and their unique history in Montana and parts of Canada.
Over the years he studied their language, customs and traditions and the land they settled in the Wild West. An accumulation of Native American history is now put to good use by the actor. The front cover summarizes the basic plot of the novella. Artist Inga Ojala renders in color the likeness of Dante in the role of Winterhawk. The Indian chief is seen on horseback blocking the path of an uncompleted railroad that aims its way through Blackfoot territory. Opposed to the use of his land, Winterhawk is the last obstacle faced by greedy railroad executives.
They hire assassins to kill him and others of the tribe. After his wife Clayanna is assaulted by gunmen, Winterhawk sets off on a mission to confront his adversaries. The book contains an array of characters, ranging from viperous outlaws and grisly frontiersmen to noble chiefs and stalwart braves. Dante knows his character well and makes Winterhawk approachable and, of course, likable to the reader. The chemistry between the chief and his wife Clayanna highlight a relationship that crosses boundaries of race and ethnicity in the American frontier.
He gives readers an indelible perspective of Native American life in the cold and rough terrain of sharp buttes, dense forests, and wide open prairies. We learn just how important religion is among members of the tribe. The ceremonies are many for Winterhawk and others.
In one scene, the author captures a ritual of the chief before a key battle. The wind was blowing and the distant rumble of thunder could be heard, coming in his direction. He stepped into the ring and knelt. The wind was picking up now and the rumble of thunder and lightning continued in the background. Dante has written an appealing addition to the Western genre.
Nothing is more American than the interplay of good versus evil amidst huge mountains and untamed country. It is a snapshot of ground zero in the crisis - the island of Lampedusa - miles off the coast of Sicily. Lampedusa belongs to the province of Agrigento; one of several of the Pelagie islands and is actually closer to Africa than Sicily - just miles from Tunisia. Rosi is famous for his well crafted shots of people and places in Italy and elsewhere that exist outside the narrative of mainstream media.
He made a film called "Sacro Gra" in , that focused his lens on the highway that circles Rome - the Grande Raccordo Anulare. He showed the people who work there and live next to the highway.
The director lived for a year on the island of Lampedusa where he accumulated extensive footage. The first deals with the Sicilian families of the island who rely on the sea for their livelihood.
These are fishermen who either cast nets or dive down in the water to catch fish. The second centers on the Italian coast guard and others who are called to rescue illegal migrants at sea. As we learn in the beginning of the film from text on screen, some , illegal migrants have entered Italy by way of Lampedusa the last 20 years, resulting in some 15, casualties.
Rosi said the purpose in making the film was to bring greater awareness to the plight of migrants. Lampedusa has a history that dates back to antiquity as the first step in foreign invasion, be it the Greeks, Phoenicians, or Saracens.
This time, it is the people from Nigeria, Eritrea and the Arab nations of Africa who are invading, not to conquer Italy, but to find work and live outside the law. As the film shows, the perilous journey from Africa is made in boats that are old and subpar. They are terribly overcrowded and come with faulty engines that leak diesel fuel to seriously burn passengers.
Quite often, passengers on these boats call for help and the Italian coast guard and navy are sent to the rescue. Lampedusa is a temporary holding center before migrants are transported to the Italian mainland.
There are several key characters in the film; one of whom is Dr. Pietro Bartolo - the sole physicians on the island. He originally came there to treat the fishermen and their families. Now with waves of illegal migrants coming ashore, he is recruited to give them emergency medical care. Many suffer from heat stroke and dehydration. In one scene, we see him in the middle of the night examining all arrivals for viruses and infectious diseases. In another scene he speaks about examining cadavers - those who died at sea.
It opens with another main character - a 12 year old Italian boy Samuele Puccilo - who sometimes works with his uncle, a fishermen on the island. His is an existence reminiscent of Huckleberry Finn. We see him break a branch off a tree to make with it a slingshot. He and his friend take target practice at cactuses that grow wild there. We follow the boy as he explores the rugged seashore and back country of the island.
They work as fishermen off the coast of California. Here is a place where Italy is at her best, be it the fishermen and their families or the Italian first responders who rescue illegal migrants. These Italians stand in stark contrast to the EU officials who have done practically nothing in stopping this crisis. Italy is bombarded by illegal migration and there seems no end in sight. One only hopes of leadership to come to stop this problem.
Here is the review by way of YouTube video:. A group of concerned citizens, made up former and current residents of the neighborhood, organized, protested and negotiated with Catholic officials to save the church.
A compromise was made then whereby the church would remain but the adjoining rectory would be sold to developers. They have filed and attained a permit last year to tear down the church claiming the structure a danger to the community.
They never consulted state agencies since the signing of our Letter of Resolution. Church officials are now adamant to once again tear down the church and sell the property to developers. All that will remain of Our Lady of Loreto may be sculpture and some interior and exterior religious decorations.
The mission is to keep in place a beautiful church built by Italian immigrants in The fight for preservation comes with protests, demonstrations and court hearings where a temporary restraining order was recently granted in halting the demolition. Currently, BCC is looking for financial support to pay for its lawyers. They are seeking help through donations and other means of support and ask people log on to www.
Our Lady of Loreto stands…but not for long. Catholic Charities, the organization which owns the property, seems wholly committed to tearing it down. Other animal parts are also used as food products, including blood, liver , kidney , heart and oxtail. Cattle also produce milk , and dairy cattle are specifically bred to produce the large quantities of milk processed and sold for human consumption.
Cattle today are the basis of a multibillion-dollar industry worldwide. Cattle hides, used for leather to make shoes, couches and clothing, are another widespread product.
Cattle remain broadly used as draft animals in many developing countries , such as India. Cattle are also used in some sporting games, including rodeo and bullfighting. About half the world's meat comes from cattle. Certain breeds of cattle, such as the Holstein-Friesian , are used to produce milk ,   which can be processed into dairy products such as milk, cheese or yogurt.
Dairy cattle are usually kept on specialized dairy farms designed for milk production. Most cows are milked twice per day, with milk processed at a dairy, which may be onsite at the farm or the milk may be shipped to a dairy plant for eventual sale of a dairy product. If the calf is male, it generally is slaughtered at a young age to produce veal.
It has been bred selectively to produce the highest yields of milk of any cow. Around 22 litres per day is average in the UK. Most cattle are not kept solely for hides, which are usually a by-product of beef production.
Hides are most commonly used for leather which can be made into a variety of product including shoes. In India was the world's largest producer of cattle hides. Feral cattle are defined as being 'cattle that are not domesticated or cultivated'.
Gut flora in cattle include methanogens that produce methane as a byproduct of enteric fermentation , which cattle belch out. The same volume of atmospheric methane has a higher global warming potential than atmospheric carbon dioxide.
One of the cited changes suggested to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is intensification of the livestock industry, since intensification leads to less land for a given level of production. This assertion is supported by studies of the US beef production system, suggesting practices prevailing in involved 8. The number of American cattle kept in confined feedlot conditions fluctuates. From 1 January through 1 January , there was no significant overall upward or downward trend in the number of US cattle on feed for slaughter, which averaged about Such designation of cattle CAFOs is according to cattle type mature dairy cows, veal calves or other and cattle numbers, but medium CAFOs are so designated only if they meet certain discharge criteria, and small CAFOs are designated only on a case-by-case basis.
A CAFO that discharges pollutants is required to obtain a permit, which requires a plan to manage nutrient runoff, manure, chemicals, contaminants, and other wastewater pursuant to the US Clean Water Act. An estimated , cattle operations were operating in the USA in EPA enforcement highlights for fiscal year indicated enforcement actions against 12 cattle CAFOs for violations that included failures to obtain a permit, failures to meet the terms of a permit, and discharges of contaminated water.
Another concern is manure , which if not well-managed, can lead to adverse environmental consequences. However, manure also is a valuable source of nutrients and organic matter when used as a fertilizer. Grazing by cattle at low intensities can create a favourable environment for native herbs and forbs ; in many world regions, though, cattle are reducing biodiversity due to overgrazing.
Cattle conservation and preservation is important for maintaining ecology of the rural areas and villages which in turn is crucial for nature conservation. The veterinary discipline dealing with cattle and cattle diseases bovine veterinary is called buiatrics. Cattle diseases were in the center of attention in the s and s when the Bovine spongiform encephalopathy BSE , also known as mad cow disease, was of concern.
Cattle might catch and develop various other diseases, like blackleg , bluetongue , foot rot too. In most states, as cattle health is not only a veterinarian issue, but also a public health issue, public health and food safety standards and farming regulations directly affect the daily work of farmers who keep cattle. For instance, in the U. For example, the United States has just reviewed its beef import rules according to the "mad cow standards"; while Mexico forbids the entry of cattle who are older than 30 months.
Cow urine is commonly used in India for internal medical purposes. Digital dermatitis is caused by the bacteria from the genus Treponema. It differs from foot rot and can appear under unsanitary conditions such as poor hygiene or inadequate hoof trimming, among other causes.
It primarily affects dairy cattle and has been known to lower the quantity of milk produced, however the milk quality remains unaffected. Cattle are also susceptible to ringworm caused by the fungus, Trichophyton verrucosum , a contagious skin disease which may be transferred to humans exposed to infected cows. Mycobacterium vaccae is a non pathogenic, possibly even beneficial bacteria, that is seen naturally in soil;  that was first isolated from cow dung.
Stocking density refers to the number of animals within a specified area. When stocking density reaches high levels, the behavioural needs of the animals may not be met. This can negatively influence health, welfare and production performance. The effect of overstocking in cows can have a negative effect on milk production and reproduction rates which are two very important traits for dairy farmers. Overcrowding of cows in barns has been found to reduced feeding, resting and rumination.
Cortisol is an important stress hormone; its plasma concentrations increase greatly when subjected to high levels of stress. Reduction of stress is important in the reproductive state of cows as an increase in gonadotrophin and lowered progesterone levels may impinge on the ovulatory and lutenization process and to reduce the chances of successful implantation.
Oxen singular ox are cattle trained as draft animals. Often they are adult, castrated males of larger breeds, although females and bulls are also used in some areas. Usually, an ox is over four years old due to the need for training and to allow it to grow to full size.
Oxen are used for plowing , transport, hauling cargo, grain-grinding by trampling or by powering machines, irrigation by powering pumps, and wagon drawing. Oxen were commonly used to skid logs in forests, and sometimes still are, in low-impact, select-cut logging. Oxen are most often used in teams of two, paired, for light work such as carting , with additional pairs added when more power is required, sometimes up to a total of 20 or more.
An ox is a mature bovine which has learned to respond appropriately to a teamster 's signals. These signals are given by verbal commands or by noise whip cracks. Verbal commands vary according to dialect and local tradition. In one tradition in North America, the commands are: Oxen can pull harder and longer than horses.
Though not as fast as horses, they are less prone to injury because they are more sure-footed. Many oxen are used worldwide, especially in developing countries. Cattle are venerated within the Hindu religion of India. In the Vedic period they were a symbol of plenty : In later times they gradually acquired their present status.
According to the Mahabharata , they are to be treated with the same respect 'as one's mother'. The deity Krishna was brought up in a family of cowherders, and given the name Govinda protector of the cows.
Also, Shiva is traditionally said to ride on the back of a bull named Nandi. Hinduism considers cow as divine and satvik with pure virtues and is worshipped as goddess. Medical science stresses importance of the cow for her milk, her urine as well as her excreta in our day-to-day life. Govidyapeetham, India aims to revive reproduction methodologies undertaken by Balram brother of Lord Krishna, a deity in Hinduism combining with modern technology.
Milk and milk products were used in Vedic rituals. Veneration of the cow has become a symbol of the identity of Hindus as a community, : Slaughter of cows including oxen, bulls and calves is forbidden by law in several states of the Indian Union. McDonald's outlets in India do not serve any beef burgers.
In Maharaja Ranjit Singh 's empire of the early 19th century, the killing of a cow was punishable by death. Cattle are typically represented in heraldry by the bull. For , the FAO estimated global cattle numbers at 1. The following table shows the cattle population in As of [update] , Africa had about million head of cattle, raised in both traditional and non-traditional systems, but often an "integral" part of the culture and way of life.
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