She recalls singing "Meditation on Breathing," a hymn that repeats the lyrics, "When I breathe in, I breathe in peace. The wings blocked loved ones from the anti-gay rhetoric of people picketing the funerals. Reprint by permission only. PDFs for back issues are downloadable from our online archives. Trombly-Freytag, attending the Unitarians' annual general assembly in Columbus last week, heard the assembly was planning a counter protest to that of the Topeka-based Westboro Baptist Church, a group known for its opposition to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Citadel Theatre, S. Semenyna of University of Lethbridge, the corresponding author of the study.
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Theatre Wit, W. First we have to establish these potential differences as reliable, then we have to interpret why these difference may exist and what they mean. Please also be civil in your dialogue. Growing up in the Unitarian church, Trombly-Freytag said she's always been curious about religion and majored in the subject in college. Seeing the Westboro protesters in person gave her a different perspective. In short, this study is an extremely small thread in a large tapestry that is slowly being woven, but is far from complete. The goal of the Chicago event is to celebrate this year's surge of female candidates and to mobilize women to get out the vote for the March primaries and November midterm elections.