Monthly Archives: March 2014

A Service Project in Honduras, Central America by Carol Pobanz (UTS’80)

The USA, in 1995, was given the mission by True Father to develop cooperative relations with countries in Latin America. In response to that providential calling the RYS initiated more than 40 Friendship America’s Projects in Honduras and throughout Latin America. This project continues that work but has the unique focus of combining the Arts with service. This service project […]

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Kaufmann on Interfaith by Frank Kaufmann Ph.D. (UTS’79)

http://kaufmannoninterfaith.tumblr.com/   Interfaith is not confined to the times of dialogue, negotiations, mediation, and other conversations. These times can be compared to when a ball club is on the pitch and meeting the challenges and obstacles toward the larger and longer-range goals of season standings, playoffs, and hopefully championship trophies, if not this year, then […]

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Open Up, Connect Or You Lose!

The world has become transparent, open and connected. To think, act and design your business and your life in the opposite direction is a waste of time and effort. Sounds rational doesn’t it? Yet how many organizations and people do you engage with on a daily …

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Why Music Education Actually Matters

“We favor the inclusion of music in the curriculum on an equality with other basic subjects. We believe that with the growing complexity of civilization, more attention must be given to the arts, and that music offers possibilities as yet but partially realized for developing an appreciation of the finer things of life.” —First Resolution […]

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Quote of the Week: Tracy

   “Self-discipline, self-mastery, self-control all began with you taking control of your thinking. No person or situation can make you feel anything – it is only the way you think about a situation that makes you feel the way you do.” ~ Brian Tracy               “Self-discipline, self-mastery, self-control all […]

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Barrytown College of UTS: 3 Finalists of the 2014 Video Competition. Vote today !

Barrytown College of UTS  is happy to announce the 3 finalists of its 2014 Video Competition whose theme this year was on “Giving.” These 3 videos were rated by 4 judges including two new UTS/BC board members, Crescentia DeGoede, director of the Blessed Family Department, and Dan Fefferman (UTS’86), President of the Coalition for Religious Freedom and a […]

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A “Principled Life Institute”?

Dr. Mose DurstTrustee Emeritus, UTS   Dr Durst at Community of Faith breakfast, March 2014

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Michael J. Bradley (UTS’82) passes on

Michael J. Bradley (UTS’82) Dear Brothers and Sisters, Our beloved brother, Michael J. Bradley, passed into the spirit world in the evening of March 15, 2014. Please join with us during this important time as we pray for his victorious and safe …

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Virtue for the Week: Nobility

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The 2014 issue of EXCELLENCE & ETHICS

  The 2014 issue of excellence & ethics looks at the growing threats to young people, especially girls and young women, posed by an increasingly toxic culture. One out of ten high school high school girls is the …

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