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Saint Louis University Brewing Science and Operations Certificate

What really goes into a beautiful glass of beer, it’s science, it’s nature, it’s a little bit of art. Here at Saint Louis U with the brewing science and operations program, we’re really trying to take the St. Louis brewing community, the tradition and then a flourishing beer community, put it all into the course.… Read More »

Mike Maguire and Andre Yeung on the Community Pharmacist Consultation Service

C+D: Hi guys, what advice for pharmacists do you have for those who want to implement CPCS successfully? Yeung: So I guess the advice we’d give to pharmacists is it’s about understanding what happens in 111 and understanding the types of patients that you’re going to get sent through, so I guess for me it’s… Read More »

If Michael Jackson was a Catholic || Andrean & Andrea || In honor of the Catholic Church

She was more like a moral beam a living stream leading all souls to the heavenly dream she is the one Holy, Apostolic, Catholic she said she is the one Holy, Apostolic, Catholic She was a build by the Nazarene a Godly scheme Gathering together the Gods redeemed the battle is won Holy, Apostolic, Catholic… Read More »

Catholic ID cards help bridge gap for undocumented immigrants

WORK.>>THIS ID PROVIDES ONE AVENUE TO FREEDOM FROM FEAR. THEO: OUTSIDE SACRED HEART OF JESUS CHURCH IN BALTIMORE THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF A PILOT PROGRAM BETWEEN CITY LEADERS AND AGENCIES THAT THIS CHURCH WI EXTEND TO ITS PARISHIONERS, IT IS A PARISH ID CARD THAT WILL HAVE A PHOTO, THE INDIVIDUALS NAME, ADDRESS, PARRISH AFFILIATION, CONTACT… Read More »

Community social service welcomes new state homes

A Maori social worker is welcoming the government’s plan to build more state houses. After the previous government demolished many state houses, the Labour government says it’s sticking to its promise of building more to tackle the housing crisis. Here’s our political reporter Eruera Rerekura. In West Auckland there’s a hive of activity as the… Read More »

UWM Community Spotlight: Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is a really sticky, yucky, complicated idea that people just have a hard time grasping sometimes. [Heather] Domestic violence is when an individual, usually an intimate partner, exerts power and control over another partner. [Elizabeth] And there are studies that show us that domestic violence, or intimate partner abuse, starts as early as… Read More »

Mental Health Awareness Week

Centacare Community Services has been working in collaboration with Catholic Psychiatric Pastoral Care within the community. Centacare works with people with a mental health diagnosis and we assist them to be a more active community participant. It’s looking at the person as a whole, as an individual, as someone who’s recovering and making a difference… Read More »

UAlbany Students Win “Newman’s Own” National Community Service Challenge

– “UAlbany believes in World Within Reach, that’s what third world impact is about. It’s about being the change you wish to see, which is quoted by Ghandi. Winning twenty-five thousand dollars from the Newman’s Own campus community service challenge means 500 students would be able to go to a school. It means everything to… Read More »

An Undeserved Community: Providing sex ed and reproductive health care

This is downtown El Centro. It’s kind of abandoned I guess you can say. It’s kind of boarded up, but I love this place. I do love my community. It’s so small and everyone just helps everyone, it’s so great. The only downfall in my opinion is opportunity here. There’s not much of it. Robert… Read More »