Airlines for America (A4A), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S. airlines, announced that its member passenger carriers will be voluntarily requiring that customer-facing employees and passengers wear a cloth face covering over their nose and mouth throughout the journey — during check-in, boarding, in-flight and deplaning. Carriers are working to implement this policy … More Leading U.S. Airlines Begin Requiring Face Coverings
EWTN Global Catholic Network, the world’s largest Catholic media organization, today announced that Andrew Walther – an experienced Catholic journalist, media executive, and advocate for persecuted Christians – has been named president and chief operating officer of EWTN News, Inc. The appointment is effective June 1. Walther began his Catholic media career as a journalist … More Andrew Walther Named as President of EWTN News
Mother’s Day can be painful for many. As we age death is a normal part of life. The important thing to do after someone dies, I have found is to cherish their memory. Here are a few things you can do. Create A Memory notebook After someone dies it’s so easy to fall into a … More How To Keep A Deceased Mother’s Memory Alive
Slowly but surely, our communities are inching toward re-opening after weeks of Coronavirus safety measures. As we begin to consider a return to “normal” life, strengthening your immune system is essential to feeling confident and prepared. Start right now with these five key steps to naturally boost immunity recommended by the nurse behind Nupeutics Health, Bernadette Judge (Nurse … More 5 Tips to Protect Your Immunity Post-Lockdown
An estimated three million people watched the first-ever TV broadcast of a Sight & Sound Theatres stage production on Easter weekend as JESUS debuted on TBN. Viewership included both traditional broadcast and digital streaming. Demand has prompted an encore broadcast on TBN on May 13, leading up to the wide release of JESUS on DVD … More Sight And Sound ‘JESUS’ to Return for – One Night Only Broadcast
Mother’s Day is an annual celebration designed to recognize the important contribution that mothers make to their families and society as a whole. So here are some facts about this holiday honoring those that play such a huge role in each of our life. The first Mother’s Day celebrations originated in the spring celebrations of ancient Greece in … More Mother’s Day Facts, Trivia, And Lore!
Former Naval officer turned pilot Robert DeLaurentis is on a mission to share peace by connecting the two places on the planet where peace has always existed — the North and South Poles — with everyone in between. Before he could complete his mission, however, the coronavirus pandemic struck. With friends, family, sponsors, and others telling … More Cultivating Inner Calm During Global Chaos