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Claver and Wang would screen a relevant episode and then lead a discussion.
As a super-fan, Claver also can't help but delight in turning students on to the show's entertainment value.
Peter Claver. The building where the missionary welcomed slaves, and which now houses the saint's relics, has also served as a school and a hospital.
Pierre Claver Mbonimpa has dedicated his life to denouncing rights violations against prisoners, activists, and individuals from all social, ethnic, and economic backgrounds in Burundi.
Two recently published books, Alexander Claver's Dutch Commerce and Chinese Merchants in Java and William Tai Yuen's Chinese Capitalism in Colonial Malaya, 1900-1941, exemplify these very complexities.
Meanwhile, authorities have denied earlier reports that three disarmed security personnel were killed following another NPA attacks at Platinum Metals Group Corporation (PMGC) in Cagdianao village (Claver town) last Monday.
Claver Cross Controversy Here we are concerned with a similar crisis raging, not in the Latin Church, but in the Syro- Malabar Church (SMC) in USA.
of Zaragoza, Spain) and Claver (inorganic chemistry, U.
Claver finished the 5,000-meter course in 19 minutes, 1.47 seconds, well off the top time of 18:29.41 by Everett's Shawna Schooley.
"I have no trouble saying this work is all about efforts at bringing about a Vatican II church" (3) is Claver's succinct description of his book.
Constancio Claver, a medical doctor serving indigenous communities in Northern Luzon, who survived an assassination attempt that killed his wife in 2006.
is executive director of the Knights of Peter Claver and the Knights of Peter Claver Ladies Auxiliary, the nation's largest historically African-American Catholic lay organization.