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Pope Boniface I

Pope Boniface I was Pope from 28 December 418 to his death in 422. His election was disputed by the supporters of Eulalius, until the dispute was settled by the Emperor. Boniface was active maintaining church discipline and he restored certain privileges to the metropolitical sees of Narbonne and Vienne, exempting them from any subjection to the primacy of Arles, he was a contemporary of Augustine of Hippo. Little is known of his life antecedent to his election; the "Liber Pontificalis" calls him a Roman, the son of the presbyter Jocundus. He is believed to have been ordained by Pope Damasus I and to have served as representative of Innocent I at Constantinople. On the day of the funeral for Pope Zosimus, held at San Lorenzo fuori le Mura, partisans of Eulalius occupied the Lateran; that day, Eulalius arrived there with a crowd consisting of deacons, laity and a few priests, was elected bishop. The new Pope and his supporters remained at the church until Sunday, 29 December, for the formal ordination customarily took place on a Sunday.

Meanwhile, on the Saturday after Eulalius had been elected, a majority of the priests of the church elected Boniface, a councilor of Pope Innocent, he too was consecrated on 29 December, at the Church of Saint Marcellus in the Campus Martius. The Urban Prefect Aurelius Anicius Symmachus warned both parties to keep the peace, wrote to the Emperor Honorius that Eulalius, elected first and in due order, was in the right; the Emperor answered on 3 January 419. Despite these official acts, violence broke out between the two groups, Boniface was seized by the Prefect's police and taken to a lodging outside the walls where he was detained under the surveillance of the Prefect's agents. Boniface's partisans did not let the matter rest there and sent a petition to Emperor Honorius alleging irregularities in the election of Eulalius. In response, the Emperor suspended his previous order and summoned both parties to appear for judgment before him and other Italian bishops on 8 February; the hearing deferred a decision to a synod, scheduled to meet at Spoleto on 13 June, but commanded both Boniface and Eulalius to stay out of Rome.

Since Easter was approaching, the bishop of Spoleto, an outside party, was asked to celebrate the rites of this important holy day in Rome. Both the Empress Galla Placidia and her husband Constantius III favored Eulalius, elected first. Stewart Oost observes that papal elections at the time were "still quite indefinite and both parties could thus with right claim proper election and consecration." Although Eulalius appeared to be destined to be confirmed to the post, by boldly entering Rome on 18 March—Easter Sunday that year fell on 30 March—and disobeying Imperial orders, he lost the support of the authorities. Symmachus sent his police to occupy the Lateran, where Eulalius had established himself, escorted him to a house outside the walls of Rome. Bishop Achilleus of Spoleto celebrated the Mass in the Lateran; the proposed Council of Spoleto was canceled, on 3 April 419, Emperor Honorius recognized Boniface as the rightful Pope. Boniface ordered the singing of the Gloria in excelsis on Maundy-Thursday, regulated several points of Church discipline.

He reversed some of his predecessor's policies regarding church administration. He reduced the vicariate authority giving Patroclus, Bishop of Arles, jurisdiction over other Gallic sees and restored the metropolitan powers of the chief bishops of provinces, he supported Hilary, Archbishop of Narbonne, in his choice of a bishop of the vacant See of Lodeve, against Patroclus, who tried to install someone else. He insisted that Maximus, Bishop of Valence, should be tried for his alleged crimes, not by a primate, but by a synod of the bishops of Gaul, promised to sustain their decision. Boniface supported Augustine in combating Pelagianism forwarding to him two Pelagian letters Boniface had received calumniating Augustine. In recognition of this solicitude Augustine dedicated to Boniface his rejoinder contained in Contra duas Epistolas Pelagianoruin Libri quatuor, he persuaded Emperor Theodosius II to return Illyricum to Western jurisdiction, defended the rights of the Holy See. Boniface I died Sept. 422, in Rome.

List of popes Pope Saint Boniface I, patron saint archive Opera Omnia by Migne Patrologia Latina

Felipe Montemayor

Felipe Angel Montemayor is a retired Mexican professional baseball player. The former outfielder played in 64 games for the Pittsburgh Pirates of Major League Baseball during 1953 and 1955 and all or parts of 14 years in his native country. Born in Monterrey, Nuevo León, nicknamed "Clipper", he threw and batted left-handed. Counting his service in the U. S. minor leagues, Montemayor played 21 seasons of professional baseball. His MLB career consisted of 28- and 36- game stints for the Pirates. Montemayor made his major league debut on April 14, 1953, hit a fly-ball out against Joe Black of the Brooklyn Dodgers, his only two career home runs came in both games of a doubleheader against the St. Louis Cardinals on May 1, 1955; the blows -- each with one runner on base -- were struck off Gordon Jones. During his MLB career Montemayor batted.173, with 26 hits. Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference, or Baseball-Reference

2015 Indiana Hoosiers football team

The 2015 Indiana Hoosiers football team represented Indiana University Bloomington during the 2015 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Hoosiers competed in the East Division of the Big Ten Conference and played their home games at Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Indiana; the team was led by head coach Kevin Wilson. They finished the season 2 -- 6 in Big Ten play to finish in fifth place in the East Division, they were invited to the Pinstripe Bowl. The 2014 Indiana Hoosiers football team finished the regular season 4–8, 1–7 in Big Ten play to finish in last place in the Eastern Division, their highlight win of the season came against #18 Missouri of the Southeastern Conference. Indiana announced their 2015 football schedule on June 3, 2013; the 2015 schedule consist of 7 home and 5 away games in the regular season. The Hoosiers will host Big Ten foes Iowa, Ohio State, Rutgers and will travel to Maryland, Michigan State, Penn State, Purdue; the Hoosiers hosted three of their four non conference games against Florida International, Southern Illinois and Western Kentucky.

Indiana traveled to Winston-Salem, North Carolina to face the Wake Forest Demon Deacons of the Atlantic Coast Conference on September 26. Schedule Source

Joel Silverman

Joel Silverman is a celebrity animal trainer who hosted Good Dog U on Animal Planet from 1999–2009. Joel Silverman grew up in Southern California and at the age of 13, the first animal he trained was the family dog, Shadow. At about the same time, he and his family spent their summer vacations in San Diego and would go to SeaWorld every year, after a number of summers watching the trainers riding the killer whales, Silverman developed a fascination with the whales and trainers. At the age of 16, he got hired to pick up trash at SeaWorld, after helping out the trainers and years of hard work, Silverman was hired as a trainer, he started off with Pacific and Atlantic bottle-nosed dolphins, California sea lions, killer whales. In 1983 Silverman shifted his focus into training animals for movies TV shows and commercials, training animals for film and TV. From 1988 to 1992 Joel was the trainer of Dreyfuss from the TV series Empty Nest. In 1989, Joel wrote and hosted his first dog training video called, Joel Silverman's Hollywood Dog Training Program.

It had sold over 300,000 videos at that time. In 1999, Joel hosted his first TV series called, "GOOD DOG U" which aired on Animal Planet from 1999–2009. Although there are a variety of styles and methods to train dogs, Joel Silverman's style is what he calls a "hybrid" dog training method; this method combines parts of dog training he learned from training dolphins, sea lions, killer whales, as well as the training of dogs. Joel adds a personality based dog training style called What Color is Your Dog?® This method teaches people that there is no "one size fits all" approach to dog training. He believes dogs should be trained based on their personalities. 1988-1992 - Empty Nest - Dog Trainer 1997-2014 - IAMS National print and commercials - Dog & Cat Trainer/Animal coordinator 2005 - A Good Year - Dog Trainer Full List - IMDb 1989 - The Hollywood Dog Training Program 1999 - "Unleashed" - A series of videos for the PETCO pet store chain 2009–Present - Joel Silverman's Dog Training DVD Series What Color is Your Dog?

- Explains how to train a dog based on the dog's personality. Take 2 - Training Solutions to Rescued Dogs - Explains how to find the right dog to adopt, as well helps the reader with problem solving issues. Bond with Your Heart, Train with Your Brain - A self-help book for parents, teachers and supervisors for building a better relationship.. all animal based. More What Color is Your Dog? - Follow up book to Joel's first book What Color is Your Dog? Explains how to train a dog based on the dog's personality. In October 2014, Chase bank was looking for people that they thought had mastered their careers, contacted Joel Silverman and asked him to be involved with their new Chase Mastery Campaign; this campaign involved Joel Silverman. Serena Williams, Tim Morehouse, The Rockettes. Joel's pictures were in most of the Chase banks for a good portion of 2015, Joel's dog Duchess starred with him in the commercial and was seen in the banks, taking the receipt, holding it in her mouth. From August 2015 to April 2016, this commercial aired nearly 4,000 times nationally.

Https:// What Color is Your Dog?® - Personality based dog training method. TV series, apparel Bond with your heart. Develop a great relationship with their pet, but train smart; the Alternative Training Collar - Patented 2010 - This is an alternative to a "chain collar" used in dog training. In January, 2017, Joel Silverman launched; this course is for individuals looking for a career in dog training. Silverman selects four to five dogs from a local humane society somewhere in the U. S. and over a five-day period, the students train the dogs to sit, come, lie down, "go to a place". Hosted Good Dog U on Animal Planet - 1999 to 2010 Hosted and directed What Color is Your Dog? 2011–Present 2008 "Dog Trainer of the Year" Purina Pro Plan 54th Annual Show Dogs Dinner 1986 International Marine Animal Trainers Association "Behavior of the Year Award" - "THE TRIPLE BOW" on two Atlantic bottle-nosed dolphins Joel Silverman on IMDb

Gmina Zalesie

Gmina Zalesie is a rural gmina in Biała Podlaska County, Lublin Voivodeship, in eastern Poland. Its seat is the village of Zalesie, which lies 18 kilometres east of Biała Podlaska and 104 km north-east of the regional capital Lublin; the gmina covers an area of 147.16 square kilometres, as of 2006 its total population is 4,566. Gmina Zalesie contains the villages and settlements of Berezówka, Dobryń Duży, Dobryń Mały, Dobryń-Kolonia, Horbów, Horbów-Kolonia, Kijowiec-Kolonia, Kłoda Duża, Kłoda Mała, Koczukówka, Lachówka Duża, Lachówka Mała, Malowa Góra, Nowosiółki, Wólka Dobryńska and Zalesie. Gmina Zalesie is bordered by the gminas of Biała Podlaska, Piszczac and Terespol. Polish official population figures 2006

Trojan Leaders

In Greek mythology, the Trojan Leaders were those who responded to the summon of King Priam of Troy as allies against the Achaean invaders during the Trojan War. Dares Phrygius, from The Trojan War; the Chronicles of Dictys of Crete and Dares the Phrygian translated by Richard McIlwaine Frazer, Jr.. Indiana University Press. 1966. Online version at Dictys Cretensis, from The Trojan War. The Chronicles of Dictys of Crete and Dares the Phrygian translated by Richard McIlwaine Frazer, Jr.. Indiana University Press. 1966. Online version at the Topos Text Project. Homer, The Iliad with an English Translation by A. T. Murray, Ph. D. in two volumes. Cambridge, MA. Harvard University Press. Online version at the Perseus Digital Library. Homer, Homeri Opera in five volumes. Oxford, Oxford University Press. 1920. ISBN 978-0198145318. Greek text available at the Perseus Digital Library. Pseudo-Apollodorus, The Library with an English Translation by Sir James George Frazer, F. B. A. F. R. S. in 2 Volumes, Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press.

ISBN 0-674-99135-4. Online version at the Perseus Digital Library. Greek text available from the same website. Achaean Leaders Trojan Battle Order Trojan War