World Day of Prayer in Grand Island, New York, will be held at 10 a.m., March 5th, at Saint Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church, 2587 Baseline Road. After the service, refreshments were be offered. Also, babysitting is available. Grand Island churches participating in the World Day of Prayer are: Saint Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church, Island Presbyterian Church, Saint […]
Here are some of the signs that were carried during the Witness Against Torture and the Peaceable Assembly Campaign. One day, quite a few people joined us to stand behind our tall sign. The tall sign conveyed a multitude of messages. The people who joined us included doctors who wanted our resources to go to
On Saturday, January 23rd, I took a field trip with a group from Washington, D.C.’s Assisi Community. We went to Annapolis, Maryland, for the Chesapeake Climate Action Network’s Polar Bear Plunge. The event featured all sorts of bathing suit clad people racing into the cold water of the Chesapeake Bay. The message was “keep winter
I managed to leave Washington, D.C., before the big storm of the century struck. There were a few snowfalls before the Big One. By the time that the Big One hit, I was safely back in relatively nonsnowy Buffalo, New York! The snow was rather pretty. Here are some pictures.
These are some of the drones that are on display at the Air and Space Museum. They are smaller than I anticipated. They are sort of like a cross between a real airplane and a model airplane. They are steered by remote control and the bombs are dropped by that same remote-control technique. You can
Here are some of the pictures that I took in front of the White House. With both the Witness Against Torture group and the Peaceable Assembly campaign, I spent quite a bit of time in front of the White House, both in good weather and bad. We mostly held up various signs calling for an
Today, my Buffalo group (Vicki Ross, Jim Anderson, and Tom Casey) left Washington, D.C. It was great to have them with me over the weekend. I look forward to seeing them soon, as I am heading home on Wednesday morning. The Washington, D.C., portion of the Peaceable Assembly Campaign ends early tomorrow afternoon. After that,
The daily vigiling in front of the White House continued today. Fortunately, the air wasn’t as biting cold and the wind wasn’t as sharp as it had been on Friday. Since Friday, we’ve had a contingent from Buffalo, consisting of Vicki Ross, Jim Anderson, Tom Casey, and me. On Friday, the four of us, along