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Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Utrecht

The Archdiocese of Utrecht is an archdiocese of the Catholic Church in the Netherlands. The Archbishop of Utrecht is the Metropolitan of the Ecclesiastical province of Utrecht. There are six suffragan dioceses in the province: Breda, Groningen-Leeuwarden, Haarlem-Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and's-Hertogenbosch; the cathedral church of the archdiocese is Saint Catherine Cathedral which replaced the prior cathedral, Saint Martin Cathedral, after it was taken by Protestants in the Reformation. In the Middle Ages, the bishops of Utrecht were prince-bishops of the Holy Roman Empire; the diocese, founded in 695, was suppressed after 1580 owing to the rise of Protestantism. The Dutch Mission in various forms took care of the spiritual needs of Catholics in the former diocese of Utrecht until the modern archdiocese was established in 1853. Johannes Zwijsen Andreas Ignatius Schaepman Petrus Matthias Snickers Henricus van de Wetering Johannes Henricus Gerardus Jansen Johannes de Jong Bernardus Johannes Alfrink Johannes Gerardus Maria Willebrands Adrianus Johannes Simonis Willem Jacobus Eijk Source: Radboud University Library.

Goswin Haex van Loenhout, O. Carm. Godefridus Yerwerd, O. S. B. Bonaventura Engelbertz van Oldenzeel, O. F. M. Nicolas Van Nienlant Theodorus Gerardus Antonius Hendriksen Johannes Bernardus Niënhaus Johannes Antonius de Kok, O. F. M. Gerard Johannes Nicolaus de Korte Theodorus Cornelis Maria Hoogenboom 7 Dec 2009 -) Herman Willebrordus Woorts Timeline of Utrecht History of religion in the Netherlands Roman Catholicism in the Netherlands Religion in Belgium Religion in the Netherlands GCatholic.org information

A.S. Pizzighettone

Associazione Sportiva Pizzighettone was an Italian association football club, based in Pizzighettone, Lombardy. The club was founded in 1919 and up to season 1994–95 took part just to regional amateur championships, such as Eccellenza Lombardy. In 1995, the club promoted to Serie D, the top division of amateur football, which a cross-regional league. After a long history of amateur leagues for years, in 2003 the team was promoted to Serie C2 for the first time in their history, under their coach Roberto Venturato. Having won promotion playoffs in 2005, Pizzighettone were promoted to Serie C1, it was relegated to Serie C2 in 2007 after play-out. The following year it was relegated to Serie D, but it was readmitted in 2008–09 Lega Pro Seconda Divisione. In this season it was again relegated to Serie D. After the bankruptcy of U. S. Pergocrema 1932, Pizzighettone moved to Crema and changed to the color and name of Pergocrema's predecessor: U. S. Pergolettese 1932. Since 2013, Real Pizzighettone became the major football team of the town.

The club was relegated to Seconda Categoria in 2016. The team's colors are light blue. Players with international caps Davide Astori Krassimir Chomakov Sergio Porrini See For former players with article in Wikipedia, see:Category:A. S. Pizzighettone players Official site Entry in Soccerway.com

2012 European Boxing Olympic Qualification Tournament

The 2012 European Boxing Olympic Qualification Tournament was held in Trabzon, Turkey from April 15 to April 21. Boxing at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Qualification AIBA Men's Light Fly 46-49kg Men's Fly 52kg Men's Bantam 56kg Men's Light 60kg Men's Light Welter 64kg Men's Welter 69kg Men's Middle 75kg Men's Light Heavy 81kg Men's Heavy 91kg Men's Super Heavy +91kg

Little Longnose

Little Longnose is a Russian traditionally animated feature film directed by Ilya Maximov, made by Melnitsa Animation Studio. It opened in Russia on March 20, 2003, had 375,000 admissions during its theatrical run. A computer game based on the film was produced by Melnitsa, K-D Labs, 1C; the film is a loose adaptation of the fairy tale "Der Zwerg Nase" written by Wilhelm Hauff. Jacob, the son of a shoemaker, refuses to do a favour for an evil witch. In retaliation, she turns him into an ugly dwarf. At the same time the King's daughter Princess Greta is turned into a goose by the same witch after she discovers her in her father's library stealing a spell which will help her rule the kingdom. Jacob and Greta plan to overthrow the witch and get back to their families and true forms. History of Russian animation List of animated feature films Konstantin Bronzit Official site at Melnitsa Karlik nos on IMDb

Suzi Yoonessi

Suzi Yoonessi is an Iranian-American filmmaker living in Los Angeles, CA. She wrote and directed the award-winning feature film Dear Lemon Lima, The Spring of Sorrow for the Independent Television Service online FutureStates series. Yoonessi's short films No Shoulder and Dear Lemon Lima are distributed by Shorts International and Vanguard Cinema and her documentary film Vern is distributed by National Film Network and is in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Suzi Yoonessi was born in New York, where she attended Nichols School. Yoonessi was a member of Buffalo's first all-female band Bertha Mason during the Riot Grrrl movement in the early 90s. Yoonessi studied film at the San Francisco Art Institute. Upon graduation, she worked for Surface Magazine in the editorial department and moved to New York to pursue filmmaking after being awarded a Jerome Foundation grant for her documentary film Vern. Yoonessi received her MFA from Columbia University School of the Arts where she was the recipient of the FMI Directing Fellowship.

She resides in Los Angeles. Suzi Yoonessi's first feature film Dear Lemon Lima premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival where it received critical acclaim and a jury prize for Outstanding Performance; the film went on to play in over 80 film festivals, picking up audience awards and a grand jury prize at the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival. The film was released internationally domestically on VOD and in theaters in Los Angeles and New York by Phase 4 Films. Yoonessi's sophomore film Unlovable received a special jury recognition at the SXSW Film Festival, was released by Orion Classics. Yoonessi directed The Spring of Sorrow for the Independent Television Service FutureStates and the hit series The Dead Girls Detective Agency for Snap Originals. 2018 Emmy Nomination Outstanding Directing 2018 Special Jury Recognition SXSW Film Festival 2017 Sun Valley Film Lab Award Winner 2014 Funny or Die's 1st Annual Make Em' LAFF Award - Los Angeles Film Festival 2010 Camério Irvin Pelletier Humanitas - Festival International de Cinema Jeunesse de Rimouski 2010 Camério Hydro-Québec - Festival International de Cinema Jeunesse de Rimouski 2010 Miloš Macourek Award - Film Festival Zlín 2009 Audience Award - Woodstock Film Festival 2009 Audience Award - Anchorage International Film Festival 2009 Emerging Star Award - Anchorage International Film Festival 2009 Spirit of Independence - Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival 2009 Finalist, Bandeira Paulista - São Paulo International Film Festival 2009 Grand Jury Prize - San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival 2009 Outstanding Performance - Los Angeles Film Festival 2008 Tribeca All Access On Track Grant 2008 Film Independent Kodak Grant 2007 National Geographic All Roads Film Grant 2006 Jerome Foundation NYC Media Arts Grant 2002 Jerome Foundation NYC Media Arts Grant DIRECTOR 2018 The Dead Girls Detective Agency 2018 Unlovable 2018 Daphne and Velma 2017 Relationship Status 2015 Olive and Mocha: First Kiss 2015 Troop Hood 2015 Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street - Gortimer and the Lost Treasure of Normal Street 2011 Olive and Mocha: Fast Times at Sugar High 2010 The Spring of Sorrow 2009 Dear Lemon Lima 2006 Dear Lemon Lima short 2005 No Shoulder 2004 VernPRODUCER 2005 Me and You and Everyone We Know 2004 Vern 2001 3 Weeks After Paradise Suzi Yoonessi's Official site Suzi Yoonessi on IMDb The Spring of Sorrow official website Dear Lemon Lima official website Netflix Flux Video Interview

Soul's Aflame

Soul's Aflame is the second album released by O. A. R. in 1999, recorded at Gizmo Recording Company in Silver Spring, Maryland with engineer and producer, Gantt Kushner. "City on Down" – 3:53 "Untitled" – 5:24 "So Moved On" – 5:54 "Night Shift" – 2:59 "Ran Away to the Top of the World Today" – 6:01 "On Top the Cage" – 6:03 "The Wanderer" – 6:02 "When Can I Go Home?" – 5:24 "To Zion Goes I" – 4:11 "Hey Girl" - 4:36 "I Feel Home" - 4:03The album was released with a twelfth track, entitled "Earthward", removed. Earthward was the 7th track of the album. O. A. R. Marc Roberge - rhythm guitar, lead vocals Chris Culos - drums Richard On - lead guitar, backup vocals on track eight Benj Gershman - bassAdditional Musicians Jerry DePizzo - saxophone on tracks one and 10 Miles Goldstein - harmonica on track 10