Tags: Card Rooms and Poker Italy iGaming Dashboard – May 2019 Bingo Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 15th May 2019 | By Stephen Carter Italy’s igaming market rebounded in April, falling marginally short of a record monthly return.According to figures provided exclusively to iGamingBusiness.com by Ficom Leisure, regulated operators in the dot.it market generated total revenues across sports betting, casino, poker and bingo of €157.86m, just shy of the total from December 2017.Sports betting accounted for €75.5m or 47.8% of the total revenue from the market, with Bet365 retaining the lead it has held over Planetwin365 since December 2018.The Stoke-headquartered operator commanded 14.6% of online sports betting revenue to Planetwin365’s 12.6% in April, with this translating into a 6.3% share of the total Italian betting segment.With the ban on advertising set to encompass all sports sponsorship, including advertising hoardings, from July, Bet365’s multi-channel rivals will however be able to continue to display branding on signage and shop fronts, meaning its position may come under threat.Casino revenues dipped 7% on the prior month but were up 16% year-on-year to €67.4m.PokerStars contined to lead the way in this vertical as well as both poker formats, with an 11.12% share of the market, ahead of Sisal and Lottomatica.Poker suffered month-over-month declines in both cash games and tournaments.All data and figures are processed by leading European corporate advisory firm Ficom Leisure, a specialist in all segments of the betting and gaming sector.Ficom Leisure also provides monthly figures on the New Jersey online market in the New Jersey iGaming Dashboard. It also provides quarterly figures on the Spanish online market in the Spain iGaming Dashboard, on the Danish market in the Denmark iGaming Dashboard, and on the Portuguese market in the Portugal iGaming Dashboard. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Address Regions: Europe Southern Europe Italy Italy’s igaming market rebounded in April, falling marginally short of a record monthly return Topics: Casino & games Finance Sports betting Bingo Poker
Cricket Cricket IPL 2021: Sunrisers Hyderabad’s parent company Sun TV donates Rs 30 crore for COVID-19 relief Latest Sports News Formula 1 by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May Likecio.comUnlocking the Success of Digital Transformation with Active Intelligencecio.comPhotoStickHow To Back Up All Your Old Photos In SecondsPhotoStickIPL 2020: Bad news for Sunrisers Hyderabad’s Jonny BairstowSun TV (SunRisers Hyderabad) is donating Rs.30 crores to provide relief to those affected by the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. pic.twitter.com/P6Fez9DuLo— SunRisers Hyderabad (@SunRisers) May 10, 2021Also Read: IPL 2021: MS Dhoni’s CSK donates 450 oxygen cylinders to Tamil Nadu governmentIPL 2021: “Sun TV (SunRisers Hyderabad) is donating Rs.30 crores to provide relief to those affected by the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic,” it said. Apart from the donation, Sunrisers Hyderabad will also partner with NGOs to provide oxygen cylinders and medicines to the COVID-19 patients, helping them fight the deadly virus. Furthermore, Sunrisers Hyderabad will use its media assets including TV channels to spread awareness about the virus.Also Read: Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma donate Rs 2 crore for COVID-19 relief, launch crowdfunding campaignIPL 2021: “In addition, the company will leverage its resources including all its media assets to spread greater awareness among millions of our TV viewing audience across India and the rest of the world,” Sunrisers Hyderabad said.Earlier, RCB and India captain Virat Kohli along with his wife Anushka Sharma launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for NGOs helping them in the fight against COVID-19. The couple donated Rs 2 crore themselves. A total of Rs 7 crore will go to ACT Grants which will help with medical supplies, oxygen concentrators amongst others. Chennai Super Kings also donated 450 oxygen cylinders to the Tamil Nadu government in the fight.For more sports updates, follow us at insidesport.co and Moneyball for IPL players’ salaries. IND vs NZ Live Streaming for free with Jio, Airtel and Vodafone Idea, Check out the best Recharge Plan By Kunal Dhyani – May 10, 2021 Previous articleTokyo Olympics: Olympic torch relay to be taken off public roads in Okayama Pref.Next articleपियूष चावला के पिता का हुआ निधन, कोरोना से हारे जंग Kunal DhyaniSports Tech enthusiast, he reports on Sports Tech industry and writes on sports products. 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The Mauritius Development Investment Trust Co. Ltd (MDIT.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Investment sector has released it’s 2019 annual report.For more information about The Mauritius Development Investment Trust Co. Ltd (MDIT.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the The Mauritius Development Investment Trust Co. Ltd (MDIT.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: The Mauritius Development Investment Trust Co. Ltd (MDIT.mu) 2019 annual report.Company ProfileThe Mauritius Development Investment Trust Co. Limited is an investment institution that invest in sectors such as financial services, manufacturing, construction, leisure and hotels, sugar, property development, transport, commerce, and information, communications and technology. The company is headquartered in Port-Louis, Mauritius and holds as well as manages securities in the Republic of Mauritius. The Mauritius Development Investment Trust Co. Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
Border Timbers Limited (BRDR.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Agricultural sector has released it’s 2021 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about Border Timbers Limited reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations visit the Border Timbers Limited company page on AfricanFinancials.Border Timbers Limited Interim Results for the Third Quarter DocumentCompany ProfileBorder Timbers is a forestry and sawmilling company in Zimbabwe, with a long history in Manicaland. The company operates five forest estates and three sawmills; with the principal products being pine and eucalyptus. Established in 1979, Border Timbers is the amalgamation of three organisations; Border Eastern Forest Estates, Renfee Timbers (Pvt) Limited and Forestry Management Services. The company is a subsidiary of the Rift Valley Corporation, boasting a plantation size of 47 800 hectares. The forest estates are in Sheba, Charter and Tilbury; with a combined annual output of over 160 000 cubic metres, 95% of that is pine. Rough sawn timber is processed at factories in Mutare, and sold directly to the public. The Paulington Factory manufactures products for the veneer, plywood and blockboard market, and the Nyakamete Factory produces doors, shelves and other timber products for export. Border Timbers is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange
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LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Expand No one bothered him. A few of the staff were still there, but even the army of security men had left. We watched him from the press box on the opposite side. We guessed that he had suddenly, in all the tumult, grasped that this was a moment of career history and before he was swept away in all the post-match rigmarole, he wanted to savour it so it was locked in his head for all time.Next time he comes out to play for Wales, he will overtake Gethin Jenkins as the most-capped Welsh player. He is currently on 134, taking in Wales and Lions Test appearances, alongside Jenkins. If he stays fit, he could well play, say, two Welsh warm-up games and another handful in the Rugby World Cup itself.He will be 34 at the end of the tournament, but never forget that is five years younger than Simon Shaw was when he retired. Neither Welsh nor Irish players play as many tough games on the spin as the English and so Alun Wyn may have a season or two on the clock before he retires, although I suppose the alternative would be to go out with Gatland, the two great men of the era in Welsh rugby departing together.When Alun Wyn began his career, he moved between the blindside flank and the second row. He was heralded by Swansea and Ospreys coaches and followers. I remember writing, after what I considered to be a rather unremarkable series of performances, that I doubted if he would reach the very top echelon of international players.Swansea Man: Jones has played over 200 games for the Ospreys (Getty Images)So much for that opinion. He has been outstanding on three Lions tours and, alongside Maro Itoje in 2017 in New Zealand, he formed a remarkable locking partnership. Two intelligent men, two men for whom rugby life alone is not enough. One born in West Wales, the other in London of Nigerian parents, but a pair who gelled wonderfully together and, if anything, had the edge on the All Black pair of Brodie Retallick and Sam Whitelock in the Test series.Test rugby in all its history, and in this era as much as any previous era, is an arena for experience, grizzled, grafted experience. That experience gives you motivation because you understand how failure feels. It allows you to take short cuts while the youngsters buzz all over the field. It gives you a gravitas and an aura about which opponents can fret. And it gives rugby a good name. But to have Alun Wyn Jones the character as an example of what rugby can become is better than any multi-million pound, prime-time advertising campaign.His strengths are his lineout ability on his throw and the opposition throw; on his grasp of rugby, even though the view from the boilerhouse is sometimes obscured. His days in the back row made him an excellent handler of the ball, a fierce carrier. He is a tremendous scrummager. His power and wisdom in the contact areas are immense too.Which have been his greatest combinations? The Jones-Itoje alliance in 2017 was memorable; so too the partnership he struck with Ian Evans when Wales hammered England in 2013.But for me the best partnership in which he was ever a part was that with Luke Charteris. The massive Charteris could never shake off his sheer bad luck through injury, but at his very best he was one of the greatest locks I’ve seen and in the 2011 World Cup, the pair were dominant. It’s fair to say that Charteris will never be rated as highly as he should have been, and that Jones maximised himself. But what a pair.Formidable Pair: Jones and Charteris were dominant when playing together (Getty Images)Where does Jones stand in the pantheon? It is difficult to compare the modern-era locks with the likes of Colin Meads and Frik du Preez because in those days they were much smaller men, however fierce. But he certainly stands alongside the likes of John Eales, Martin Johnson, Paul O’Connell and the remarkable Shaw. I would place Jones and those four just one rung above Gordon Brown, Nathan Hines, Victor Matfield, Wade Dooley, Patricio Albacete and Whitelock. All greats, mind you.Jones can add to that raw class an inspirational ability to lead and galvanise a team. You really do wish there was some mechanism by which these giants could lend all their experience to the administration of the game. So few truly great players can be bothered with the committee rooms. Frankly, the WRU should appoint him immediately to the board. He has too much knowledge for it to be allowed to drift away.Our top 100 will cause controversy. It is meant to. We are not suggesting that our choices are laid down in tablets of stone. Everyone on rugby’s planet has the perfect right to their opinion. The 100 Best Players In The World: 100-91 The 100 Best Players In The World: 100-91 However, should you disagree with our choice of top man, we would uphold our right to ask where you were on 16 March when Alun Wyn Jones picked Wales up in two hands and took them to the Grand Slam; and why you apparently missed the 133 Tests before that, played by the lock of locks The 100 Best Players In The World: 80-71 The 100 Best Players In The World: 70-61 Welsh talisman Alun Wyn Jones takes the top spot in our list of the Top 100 Players in the World. 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(Getty Images) Take a look at who has made it… Our next section of the 100 best players… Expand The 100 Best Players In The World: 80-71 Our next section of the 100 best players… The 100 Best Players In The World: 40-31 Expand Expand Expand We kick off our list of the 100… The 100 Best Players In The World: 50-41 The 100 Best Players In The World: 20-11 The 100 Best Players In The World: 3 Mako Vunipola Our next section of the 100 best players… The 100 Best Players In The World: 60-51 The 100 Best Players In The World: 90-81 Beauden Barrett narrowly misses out on top spot… The 100 Best Rugby Players In The World: 1 Alun Wyn Jones1 Alun Wyn JonesAge 33 (19 September 1985) Position LockOne of the finest Grand Slams, and also one of the loudest and longest post-Slam celebrations. The Principality Stadium has become patchy in terms of unity and volume of support; there has been talk that the place has been infiltrated by eventers, scene-makers. There is nothing wrong with this – rugby cannot exist if only diehard rugby fans attend matches – but surely only the diehards could have produced the kind of thunderous intensity that enveloped proceedings after Wales won the third Grand Slam of the Warren Gatland era back in March.And in the greatest of all team sports, surely no one objected for a second if one member of the Wales team was singled out post-match. ‘Green giants reduced to rubble by grand master Alun Wyn Jones,’ said The Sunday Times.The tributes rumbled on, after Jones had played and led spectacularly. The great Jonathan Davies – the former not current star – proclaimed Alun Wyn was “the greatest-ever Welsh player”.For anyone to be deemed greater than Gareth Edwards, Mervyn Davies, Barry John, Sam Warburton and Davies himself may be testing history to its breaking point, but it did seem justified.There was an outside view as well. “Alun Wyn Jones is the best player that the northern hemisphere has produced in the 21st century,” said Will Greenwood in his newspaper column.Taking It In: Jones enjoys the Grand Slam win with his daughter (Getty Images)No one could take issue at the time and I suspect that few will take issue with our choice of Jones as No 1 in our 100 Best Players in the World Right Now. For me, that whole day and the celebrations that followed revealed the Welsh captain in an extraordinary light. Everything he did seemed to be touched either by playing excellence, by magnificent leadership, and by all the trappings of the Slam and the profile bestowed these days upon great players by the public and media.There was the early lineout when the colossus called the ball to himself, setting up the position for the first Welsh try by Hadleigh Parkes. Then there was that chilling moment when he sank to the ground as if he had badly twisted a knee, and you could see his face screw up into a grimace of agony. For a while it seemed that the great talisman would be departing. Yet within minutes, he had run round the end of a lineout, taken the ball and smashed through four or five Irish tackles, biting off acres of territory. That run told Ireland all they didn’t want to know. And he had a towering game.His influence went on and on. So much is made these days of contact between the captains and the referee. Many coaches spend ages trying to develop leaders in their team, so that the referee will respect and take on board what the captain is saying, whether in words or shrugs or blank stares.Alun Wyn Jones proves conclusively that leaders are born, and that leadership skills cannot simply be adopted into the psyche like handling skills or goalkicking accuracy.Wales won because they had leaders in key positions and a soaring supremo. As he loomed over the referees during the Six Nations and loomed over Angus Gardner in the climax against Ireland, it seemed that the two-referee system so often mooted in the sport had come into being. One was dressed in red.The spotlight was still on Alun Wyn as the final whistle blew, as the post-match interviews were conducted – and there was no gibberish from the captain; it was as if he had prepared words in his head.After the game he was snapped with his daughters. On the Monday the squad was given a reception at The Senedd, the Welsh Assembly building. The mantel of greatness had wrapped itself around the man with the trophy. It was a transcension of mere sporting fame.Born Leader: Jones was colossal for the Welsh in the Six Nations (Getty Images)And yet of all the images, probably the most striking was that which only a few opportunist amateur snappers captured about two hours after the match. Jones had done his celebrations and the lap of honour with the team and his media duties and taken part in the dressing-room bonding, then he walked back down the tunnel and simply sat alone in a seat close to the pitch. Expand Our next section of the 100 best players… Our next section of the 100 best players… The 100 Best Players In The World: 60-51 Expand Expand Expand Expand The 100 Best Players In The World: 40-31 The 100 Best Players In The World: 2 Beauden Barrett The 100 Best Players In The World: 50-41 Collapse Don’t forget to follow Rugby World on Facebook and Twitter.
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VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Press Release Service Featured Jobs & Calls Voluntarios interreligiosos se reúnen semanalmente en el santuario de la iglesia episcopal del Buen Samaritano en San Diego, California, para clasificar ropa y otras donaciones. Aquí, la guardiana, Penny Powell, y la rectora, Rda. Janine Schenone, se dedican a esa tarea. Foto de Lynette Wilson/ENS.[Episcopal News Service – San Diego, California] Cuando el otoño pasado el Servicio de Inmigración y Aduana de EE.UU. alertó a la Red de Respuesta Rápida de San Diego que comenzaría a soltar a la calle a solicitantes de asilo —incluidas familias con niños—, las organizaciones interreligiosas y de derechos humanos y sociales respondieron con la apertura de albergues temporales.“Un equipo de respuesta rápida aquí en San Diego lleva a un albergue a los solicitantes de asilo que han sido liberados por los agentes fronterizos, les proporcionan alimento y atención médica y les ayudan con el transporte para reunirse con miembros de sus familias u otras personas que los acogerán mientras fallan sobre sus casos, dijo Katharine Jefferts Schori, obispa auxiliar de San Diego, agregando que el proceso de sentencia a veces puede tomar años.La iglesia episcopal del Buen Samaritano [Good Samaritan Episcopal Church] fue una de las muchas iglesias que se brindaron a identificar necesidades perentorias, tales como alimento, ropa, pañales y ayuda monetaria. La iglesia comenzó a aceptar ropa y otras donaciones a fines de octubre y ha continuado recibiendo donaciones diariamente y, una vez por semana, un promedio de 10 a 12 voluntarios interreligiosos clasifican las donaciones por talla y perdurabilidad.“Sentimos que era lo que debíamos hacer”, dijo Carol Hamilton, presidente del [programa] de extensión social del Buen Samaritano. “Una de las cosas más bellas para nosotros es que esto ha atraído a comunidades de otras fes”.En los tres años que la Rda. Janine Schenone ha servido como rectora, ha alentado a la congregación a participar más en la justicia social y en el compromiso comunitario, dijo Hamilton.“Ella ha sido un apoyo y una fuerza motriz para sacarnos de nuestra zona de confort”, apuntó. “Políticamente, estamos muy mezclados y esto ha logrado juntar a muchas personas”.Al principio, apuntó Schenone, algunos miembros de la congregación estaban preocupados de que la iglesia estuviera ayudando a inmigrantes indocumentados, pero cuando resultó claro que estaban ayudando a personas que buscaban entrar legalmente en Estados Unidos mediante el proceso de asilo, respaldaron la iniciativa.Carol Hamilton, que preside el [equipo de] compromiso comunitario del Buen Samaritano, saluda a Tyler Seibert, que también es miembro del grupo de respuesta rápida, mientras entrega donativos a la iglesia. Foto de Lynette Wilson/ENS.El Buen Samaritano ha ayudado a unos 6.000 solicitantes de asilo desde octubre, cuando el ICE comenzó a liberar a gran número de estos solicitantes en comunidades sin sistemas de apoyo. Fue entonces cuando se movilizaron el Buen Samaritano y otros aliados de la Red de Respuesta Rápida de San Diego, una coalición de organizaciones de derechos humanos, servicios sociales y ayuda legal que ya existía.Shelters les ofrece a los solicitantes de asilo un lugar donde puedan encontrar alimento, descanso, una ducha y ropa antes de abordar los autobuses y aviones para reunirse con miembros de su familia en todo el país, dijo Schenone, que ha usado su fondo discrecional para proporcionar dinero para el viaje a familias que siguen para otras partes del país.“Uno no puede simplemente poner a esta gente en el autobús sin alimento, sin pañales, sin dinero”, señaló. “Los verdaderos héroes son las personas [voluntarias] que se personaron en la estación de autobuses”.A partir del momento de la necesidad inicial, la comunidad interreligiosa abogó por una declaración de crisis, esperando que el gobierno ayudaría de la manera que lo hizo en 2016 cuando hubo un aumento de solicitantes de asilo haitianos que cruzaron la frontera, dijo Kevin Malone, director ejecutivo del Proyecto Organizativo de San Diego, una red no partidista y multirreligiosa de 28 congregaciones del Condado de San Diego.“El ex gobernador de California] [Jerry] Brown abrió el arsenal para procesar a muchísimas personas de manera realmente rápida, pero ahora la situación es completamente diferente, no están haciendo cruzar a miles de personas en un corto período… ha habido de 50 a 70 al día durante mucho tiempo, y de una manera que les deja en la calle”.“Sin nosotros se habrían sumado a la población indigente —personas que están llegando sin dinero— y eso habría sido atroz”, dijo Malone. “Pudimos actuar rápidamente porque contábamos con estas redes ya existentes”.Finalmente, después de que el albergue temporal de la red se vio obligado a mudarse cuatro veces por razones de seguridad; el 29 de enero, la Junta de Supervisores de San Diego aprobó arrendar un viejo juzgado a la Red de Respuesta Rápida de San Diego para gestionar un albergue para solicitantes de asilo a lo largo de 2019.Hasta fines de enero, El Servicio de Aduanas y Protección Fronteriza de EE.UU. procesó hasta 100 solicitantes de asilo al día; el gobierno de Trump redujo ese número a 20 el 25 de enero.El 11 de febrero, el gobernador de California, Gavin Newsom, firmó una orden para retirar de la frontera dos tercios de los soldados de la Guardia Nacional del estado, rebatiendo así los argumentos de una “crisis de inmigración ilegal” y calificándola como nada más que un “teatro político”, según una información de Reuters.El 15 de febrero, el presidente Donald Trump declaró una emergencia nacional para construir un muro fronterizo so pretexto de una invasión en la frontera sur.El arresto de las personas que cruzan la frontera ilegalmente disminuyó del pico de 1 millón en 2006 a 396.000 en 2018. Los derechos de las personas perseguidas que buscan asilo y de la inmigración indocumentada con frecuencia se han inflado en las discusiones políticas.“Frecuentes malentendidos públicos de la distinción entre ‘solicitante de asilo’ e ‘inmigrante indocumentado’ se suman a la confusión. Los solicitantes de asilo lo hacen legalmente, lo mismo si se encuentran con agentes en la frontera o después de entrar en Estados Unidos”, dijo Jefferts Schori. “Es vital reconocer que solicitar asilo es un derecho legal. Incluso si una persona cruza la frontera sin permiso oficial, el derecho internacional exige que se escuche la solicitud de asilo”.La Iglesia Episcopal, a través de las resoluciones de la Convención General y del Consejo Ejecutivo, tiene un largo historial de apoyo a los refugiados, a los solicitantes de asilo y a los migrantes. Durante la 79ª. Convención General que se celebró en julio pasado en Austin, Texas, los episcopales se congregaron frente a un centro de detención que albergaba a mujeres migrantes en pública denuncia de las políticas del gobierno de Trump que separan familias.Al mismo tiempo, los episcopales se han unido a los empeños interreligiosos a través del Sudoeste para responder y arrojar luz sobre la crisis humanitaria en la frontera en lugares como El Paso, Texas, que limita con Ciudad Juárez, y San Diego.La vía de entrada de San Isidro, que conecta a Tijuana con San diego, es el punto fronterizo más concurrido de Estados Unidos, tanto en lo que respecta a la economía como a la gente. Personas y estudiantes cruzan diariamente la frontera para trabajar y para asistir a la escuela.Un agente del Servicio de Aduanas y Protección Fronteriza de EE.UU. patrulla la cerca entre Tijuana, México, y San Diego, California, en lo que es, por el lado de Estados Unidos, el Parque de la Amistad [Friendship Park]. Foto de Antonio Zaragoza para ENS.Durante 20 años una cerca fronteriza de tablones ha separado San Diego de Tijuana. Los agentes de la Patrulla Fronteriza vigilan el lado de Estados Unidos, donde un parque estatal y un estuario protegido forman una barrera entre la frontera y la más cercana comunidad residencial. En el lado de Tijuana, la gente vive junto a la cerca, que se extiende hasta el océano Pacífico.Sin embargo, la actual cerca fronteriza no ha detenido la llegada de caravanas de migrantes y de solicitantes de asilo a la frontera. (En 2014, un número sin precedentes de menores no acompañados que huían de la violencia en América Central fueron detenidos cruzando la frontera).La cerca fronteriza entre Tijuana, México, y San Diego, California, se construyó por primera vez en los años 90 durante el gobierno del presidente Bill Clinton. Foto de Antonio Zaragoza para ENS.Cientos de migrantes centroamericanos empezaron a llegar el 14 de noviembre de 2018, a Tijuana y otros puntos de entrada. Las caravanas han sido politizadas en Estados Unidos y en sus países centroamericanos de origen, Guatemala, El Salvador y Honduras, donde uno de los principales móviles de la migración —los desplazamientos forzados por la violencia – con frecuencia se niega. Aquí en Estados Unidos, Trump ha llamado a los migrantes económicos y a los solicitantes de asilo un “asalto a nuestro país” y en noviembre pasado el Presidente desplegó tropas de la Guardia Nacional en la frontera. Trump ha amenazado con suspenderle la ayuda a Guatemala, El Salvador y Honduras por cuenta de las caravanas.“La actual crisis fronteriza se centra en ayudar a los solicitantes de asilo a que abandonen la frontera para esperar por las sentencias de sus casos. El nivel de violencia en América Central ha causado que miles de personas hayan huido para salvar sus vidas, y muchos buscan asilo en Estados Unidos”, dijo Jefferts Schori. “Esos que buscan asilo son mujeres con niños pequeños, familias, menores no acompañados e individuos solteros en edad laboral.“Han dejado su país porque tienen miedo, en particular después de que miembros de su familia y amigos han sido asesinados y amenazados en un lugar al que solían llamar patria, pero que ya no sostiene la vida”.— Lynette Wilson es reportera y jefa de redacción de Episcopal News Service. Pueden dirigirse a ella en [email protected] Traducción de Vicente Echerri. 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Rector Albany, NY Youth Minister Lorton, VA AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis [Diocese of Texas] Kathryn McCrossen Ryan, former canon to the ordinary for the Diocese of Texas, was consecrated bishop suffragan in Westover Hills Church of Christ in Austin on June 1, 2019. Ryan was elected at the 170th Diocesan Council at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott on Feb. 22.Kathryn McCrossen Ryan was consecrated bishop suffragan ofthe western region of the Diocese of Texas on June 1. Photo: Diocese of TexasShe will have oversight of congregations in the western region of the diocese, with an office in Austin. A bishop suffragan is an assisting bishop and serves under the direction of the diocesan bishop, in this case, the Rt. Rev. C. Andrew Doyle, bishop of Texas. In addition to her Episcopal visitations (and confirmations), Ryan also will serve as the chair of the Austin-area institutions: the Seminary of the Southwest, St. Stephen’s Episcopal School and El Buen Samaritano.The Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry, presiding bishop of The Episcopal Church was the chief consecrator, joined by Doyle, Bishop Suffragan Jeff W. Fisher, Bishop Assistant Hector Monterroso and other bishops across the country to ordain Ryan. Doyle was the preacher during the service.“Kai, you are meant to sing to those who are far off and those who are near. To those who have found their way within God’s garden walls and those who do not yet know the gospel. All people need to be reminded of God’s song,” said Doyle during his sermon.Ryan, a native of Raton, New Mexico, graduated from the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, and received her Master of Divinity from Seminary of the Southwest in 1992 where she currently serves on the Board of Trustees. Ryan served at All Saints, Austin, and in Mobile, Alabama, before moving to Dallas where she was called as rector of Ascension, Dallas, in 1999. She is married to Timothy Ryan, an attorney, and they have two children, Ned, 23, a freshman at Goucher College in Baltimore, and Eleanor, 17.Ryan’s breadth of experience in four dioceses, Provincial Synod and General Convention, her participation in the national Gathering of Leaders for young clergy and nearly 15 years in a culturally diverse parish as rector stand her in good stead for the ministry of bishop suffragan.Ryan has a history of cross-cultural ministry with which she hopes to enhance the diversity within the clergy of the Diocese of Texas. 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