I was asked for a few words about my memories of Steve Dick. Outside it is snowing, and everything is very white and still, and I am sitting at my computer trying to bring back the past, many decades ago, when Steve came into my … read more.
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By John Eichrodt
I just learned with shock of the proposed demise of the ICUU, which apparently has been accepted together with a mandate to work out a new form.
It is my greatest hope that the new ICUU will continue to be our UU Lighthouse for … read more.
Editor’s note: Many EUU members will remember Martha’s mother from the EUU retreats that she attended.
By Martha Hicks
Mary Ruth Kittrell
We have the rest of our lives to mourn those we have loved and lost, but we only have one final opportunity to celebrate that special … read more.
By Beth O’Connell
IWC vice president and UUFP member
As a global organization focused on empowering women and girls, the International Convocation of Unitarian Universalist Women, or IWC, became aware of the unique challenges facing women in this COVID-19 pandemic.
The impact of the health … read more.
by Lyn Shepard
My input on this issue does not touch the planning or financing of retreats. I’m only qualified to discuss the ZOOM experience I’ve shared with what John Hertz refers to as “a changing cast” of talking heads at the 9:30-10:30 EUU “drop-in” event … read more.
by Sheryl Abrahams, June 10, 2020
Sheryl is a former member of the EUU fellowship in Brussels.
In May 1966, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King delivered the Ware Lecture at the General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). His title … read more.
By Patricia Biondo
Interesting that Corona has come up during Lent, the traditional time to give up luxuries, to go on retreat and to reflect upon our lives. When Corona confronts us with possible loss, can we become more aware of what we love and what we … read more.
By Floyd Vernon Chandler
Mickey was like a beloved son and I experienced him as my best friend. I’ve loved all my animal companions, but Mickey was special. It is difficult to put into words the mysterious bonds that are sometimes found between humans and animals. … read more.
By Beth O’Connell
“Life for women in Bolivia is difficult. ‘Machismo’ culture is deeply entrenched. Sexism, misogyny, and violence are everyday occurrences. Many women are economically inactive and have limited job opportunities.”
So explains Calixta Choque Churata, leader of a project in Bolivia for women which is … read more.