John Considine

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Cannes 2014: Winter Sleep takes Palme d'Or in ceremony of upsets

Nuri Bilge Ceylan's three-and-a-quarter hour Turkish drama Winter Sleep had been bookies' favourite going into the 67th Cannes film festival competition, and remained one of the frontrunners right into the final straight. Many were sceptical that the film - a Chekhovian drama about an isolated …

In Memoriam ~ Lycourgos Angelopoulos, 1941-2014

Homily 33. St. John Chrysostom: On the Samaritan Woman

St. John Chrysostom: On the Samaritan Woman<p>Homily 33<p><i>Jesus saith unto her, Woman, believe Me, the hour cometh, when ye shall neither in this mountain,</i> …

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St. Stephen's Orthodox Church<p>A Western Rite Parish of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America<p>LOCATION 400 Wilbraham …

The Life of Chaplain Oanca

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Antarctic glaciers melting 'passed point of no return'

The vast glaciers of western Antarctica are rapidly melting and losing ice to the sea and almost certainly have "passed the point of no return," according to new work by two separate teams of scientists.<p>The likely result: a rise in global sea levels of 4 feet or more in the coming centuries, says …

Song Premiere: Naomi Shelton And The Gospel Queens, 'Sinner'

In 1963, Alabama was culturally closer to Brooklyn than it is now. The Great Migration of African-Americans out of the South created enclaves in cities all over the country, and the Civil Rights movement trained the eyes of the North on cities like Birmingham. Alabama native Naomi Shelton came to …