Monthly Archives: May 2012

Congratulations to the Class of 2012

To new graduates welcome to the UTS Alumni Association. UTS will hold its 36th commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 26, 2012 at 2pm at its New York City campus. There will be 13 graduates in the Masters program and 6 graduates in the DMin. program, including one posthumous DMin. degree to be given to Apostle Carolyn […]

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Happy Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day is a United States Federal holiday observed on the last Monday of May. Formerly known as Decoration Day, it commemorates U.S. men and women who died while in military service to their country. First enacted to honor Union soldiers of the American Civil War (it is celebrated near the day of reunification after …

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UTS Alumni Weekend, Barrytown May 25-27

UTS Alumni Weekend – Program Pamphlet Program UTS Alumni Weekend – Community Sessions Schedule Schedule

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UTS Commencement 1995: “Strengthen the Power of your Conscience” by Rev. Sun Myung Moon

Unification Theological Seminary Founder’s Address The message I, as the founder of the Seminary, want to convey to you who are graduating today is: strengthen the power of your conscience to possess the true love of God. To possess the true love of God is not a selfish act at all, but rather a very […]

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Play Football Make Peace, Robin Graham (UTS’80)

Football = Soccer   I have been working on the development of Play Football Make Peace since 2004. It is a team effort. UTS alumni have helped me develop these principles: Taj Hamad (UTS ’86), David Stewart(UTS ‘ 85), Sergio Alcubilla (UTS ’09), and John Gehring (UTS’ 84) have each made unique contributions both in […]

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Culture, Ethnicity, and Interfaith by Frank Kaufmann (UTS ’79)

Universal Peace Federation Paper DRAFT VERSION  Frank Kaufmann, May 19, 2012 I. Religious Choice and Conversion All religion is a personal or individual choice to the extent the person in question is capable of personal decisions A minority of people in the world consciously and deliberately chose their religion, but most people adhere to and […]

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UTS Alumni Weekend, Las Vegas Report: Mike Mickler (UTS’77)

Friday Guido and I ( UTS’77) arrived early Friday morning and checked into the South Point Hotel. Staffan Berg (UTS’85)  came by at 10:30 a.m. and let us know that True Parents were arriving and we could be among the welcoming group. We proceeded to TPs residence and were able to welcome their party at […]

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Quote of the Week

“The kind of thoughts you choose are no different from the kind of friends you choose in your life. Who you hang out with, determines who you bring home with you. And who you bring home with you, determines the quality of your life.”  —Yanni Maniates

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Virtue for the Week:Generosity

Generosity is giving and sharing. You share freely, not with the idea of receiving something in return. You find ways to give others happiness, and give just for the joy of giving. Generosity is one of the best ways to show love and friendship. 

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Alumni and (Friends) Birthdays today (Friday May 25th), and this week

David Roberts May 25 55 years old Matthew Cohn May 25 Sang Pil Alex Moon May 25 38 years old Marie Ang May 25 Dongsoo Nham May 26 50 years old Zena Anne Ruf May 27 58 years old Steve Kille May 28 58 years old 김종진 May 28 49 years old Keith Pihl May […]

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