The women were ordained in alphabetical order; Angela Berners-Wilson is considered the first woman to be ordained in England.
The negotiations between Greece and the EU bring to mind Themistocles, a man who knew when to retreat and when to fight.
Rosa Luxemburg, born on March 5, 1871, in Zamość, Poland, was a Marxist theorist, philosopher, economist and revolutionary socialist of Polish-Jewish descent.
The exact date is undetermined, but on or about this day 70 years ago, in 1945, Anne Frank perished at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
Over 127,000 Japanese Americans were sent to ten concentration camps in remote areas of Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, and inland California.
Today marks exactly 25 years since the day in 1990 when anti-apartheid activist Nelson Mandela was released from prison to become a free man in South Africa.
"Let's be clear: the actions we take in 2015 will decide which way the world turns for decades to come; please take the right path."
All socialist-minded people should be encouraged to discuss Sam Webb's "Season's Reflections on Socialism."
The Cubans greeted the victory of the Revolution with rejoicing and a burst of energy as they put their shoulders to the wheel of building a new society on socialist principles.
Three decades after lethal gas swept through Bhopal, the central Indian city remains haunted by memories of the world's worst industrial disaster.