Email Print NewsLocal NewsLimerick Historical Society to hold its first evening walk of 2018By Staff Reporter – April 30, 2018 1299 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Advertisement Previous articleLimerick school bags two top prizes at national competitionNext articleSt Marys Cathedral welcomes choirs as part of anniversary celebrations Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Georgian Limerick on foot TAGSCatherine McAuleyLimerick Historical SocietyMount Conventmount kennettMount Saint VicentQuaker WalkingLimerick Historical Society will hold the first evening walk of 2018 onWednesday May 9th next.The historic walk will commence at the Mount Convent, where Mr Quinn (architect with Quinn Savage Smyth) will give a detailed account of the ongoing restoration work which he is overseeing.From there the Limerick Historical Society will proceed to the Quaker graveyard taking in some sights along the way and will finish with a talk by Hiram Wood on the history of the Quakers. The meeting point is outside the main gate to the Mount Convent (on O’Connell Avenue) at 7 p.m. Everybody is welcome and there is no charge.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The convent and chapel of Mount Saint Vincent was built on a site renamed in honour of the French Saint Vincent de Paul, which was formerly known as Mount Kennett.Catherine McAuley established the Sisters of Mercy Congregation of the in 1831 and seven years later a congregation was established in Limerick, with the assistance of Bishop Ryan of Limerick. The order also established convents in Newcastle West, Rathkeale and Adare. This convent chapel was completed in 1863. The buildings were recently purchased for Mary Immaculate College and a large renovation project consisting of theredevelopment of the buildings is in progress.More local news here. Linkedin #BREAKING Toddlers rescued in Limerick Gardaí confronting city centre crime wave
Topics : “[…] I may violate the family resilience law. [When] the husband is at home and the wife is working in Papua then who will take care of the household, huh?” she tweeted.Hahahahah bisa2 aku melanggar UU Ketahanan Keluarga.Suami di rumah, istri kerja di Papua. Yg ngurus rumah tangga siapa hah??? 🤭 https://t.co/8pVjO1jQlU— Ligwina Hananto (@mrshananto) February 19, 2020Meanwhile, Indonesia Solidarity Party (PSI) executive Tsamara Amany tweeted her criticism through her account @TsamaraDKI on Wednesday, implying that it was not the government’s job to interfere in the private lives of couples.“The state is trying to control the households of its citizens. Now, the role of husbands and wives is intended to be arranged according to certain perspectives in law! There is no definite responsibility of a husband or wife. The duties of the two depend on their own agreement – not the country’s regulation,” she said.Negara mencoba ingin mengatur rumah tangga warga negara. Peran suami-istri kini hendak diatur menurut perspektif tertentu dalam perundangan! Tak ada kewajiban suami atau istri secara pasti. Kewajiban keduanya tergantung kesepakatan. Bukan aturan negara.https://t.co/Qdc8OpOgs9— Tsamara Amany (@TsamaraDKI) February 19, 2020The family resilience bill was initiated by five politicians from several factions in the House. Three of them are women.They are Ledia Hanifa and Netty Prasetiyana, both from the Islam-based Prosperous Justice Party (PKS), Endang Maria Astuti from the Golkar Party, Sodik Mudjahid from the Gerindra Party and Ali Taher from the National Mandate Party (PAN). Many Indonesians would agree that traditional households – which typically assign domestic roles based on gender, with the husband as the breadwinner and the wife in charge of household chores and children – should be a thing of the past.However, a draft bill on so-called family resilience, which has been floated at the House of Representatives, apparently wants to challenge the idea by bringing back the traditional way of managing households.Article 25 of the draft bill, a copy of which was obtained by The Jakarta Post, stipulates that husband and wives “are responsible for performing their individual roles in accordance with religious norms, social ethics and the prevailing laws”. The article stipulates that only the husband has the obligation to be the breadwinner and to fulfill the family’s welfare and household needs, as well as to protect himself and the family from “mistreatment, exploitation and sexual deviation”.Point 3 of the article stipulates that housewives “are responsible for managing household affairs as best as possible” and to maintain the family’s unity, as well as to fulfill the rights and treat their husband and children well based on, among other factors, religious norms.The bill, one of the 50 bills listed as priority bills in the 2020 National Legislation Program (Prolegnas), has received criticism from the public, with many women calling it patriarchal in nature. Financial planner Ligwina Hananto criticized the bill through a post on her Twitter account @mrshananto.
CASTINE — A fourth-period touchdown lifted the Curry College Colonels to a 28-23 season-ending football win over the Maine Maritime Academy Mariners on Saturday in Milton, Mass.The Mariners struck first in the seesaw battle, completing a nine-play, 47-yard drive with a two-yard touchdown run by freshman fullback James Ferrar just nine seconds into the second quarter.The extra point kick by Johnny Weymouth put the Mariners up 7-0.Curry quickly responded with a 56-yard drive in just four plays, finishing with a five-yard scoring pass from quarterback Mike O’Hearn to Dave DiGiorgi.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textBut the extra point kick failed, leaving the Colonels trailing 7-6.Curry took the lead later in the period on a 17-play, 87-yard dirve that ended with a touchdown pass from O’Hearn to Lucas Poteau.The extra point kick put the Colonels up 13-7 going into the halftime break.The Colonels struck again in the third period, driving 56 yards on five plays and scoring on a 41-yard touchdown pitch from O’Hearn to Jake Cawlina.The extra point kick by Eli Horne gave Curry a 20-7 lead.The Mariners cut the lead four minutes later when Jacob Doolan completed a 57-yard drive with a four-yard touchdown run.The bid for two-point conversion failed, leaving the Mariners trailing 20-13.But MMA edged in front 21-20 early in the fourth period, completing a 42-yard drive with a 27-yard touchdown pass from senior quarterback Bradley Reed to freshman Jordan Susi and a two-point conversion rush by Reed.The game-winning score for the Colonels came when O’Hearn connected with Cawlina on a four-yard TD pass with eight minutes to go and then passed to Anthony Nastasi for two extra points for a 28-21 lead.The Mariners added their final two points n a safety in the final minutes of play.For MMA, Doolan finished with 131 yards on 18 carries, junior quarterback Michael Fahey rushed for 91 yards on 16 carries and Ferrar had 70 yards rushing on 14 attempts.Junior linebacker Alex Gamester led the MMA defense with nine solo tackles.The Mariners finished their season with a record of 3-6 overall and 2-5 in the New England Football Conference.MMA’s Doolan was named NEFC Rookie of the Year and a member of the conference Offensive Second Team for his play this season.Doolan led the Mariners in rushing yards with 1,180 on 127 carries and scored eight touchdowns.Conference honors also went to three other Mariners.Juniors John Doyon and Michael Burgess were named to the Defensive First Team, and senior John Ashman was named to the Offensive Second Team.Doyon led the Mariner defense with 74 tackles over the season, and Burgess led MMA with 7.5 sacks, 17 tackles for a loss, two forced fumbles and two blocks, tallying 57 total tackles.Ashman anchored an offensive line that allowed only seven sacks in nine games and cleared the way for MMA rushers to pile up 3,545 yards on the season. GSA surges in 4th to win Northern Maine title – February 26, 2017 Latest Posts Hugh BowdenExecutive EditorHugh writes editorials, covers Hancock County sports and helps out where needed in The American’s editorial department. When he’s not on the sidelines, he enjoys playing jazz and tennis. [email protected] Like he did in the ’60s, Noel Paul Stookey sings out in troubling times – December 27, 2017 Is this the kind of government we deserve? – July 10, 2017 Latest posts by Hugh Bowden (see all) Bio