WILMINGTON, MA — The following five children were baptized at St. Dorothy’s on Sunday, May 20, 2018:Troy Anthony BaroLucas Thomas HealyBrett Cody ManganoMargaret Elizabeth MartinMatthew Philip PerryCongratulations to these children and their families.(NOTE: List is from the latest St. Thomas/St. Dorothy church bulletin.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related2 Children Baptized At The Parish Of The TransfigurationIn “Community”12 Children Baptized At The Parish Of The TransfigurationIn “Community”4 Children Baptized At The Parish Of The TransfigurationIn “Community”
Though they patched up and were working on their relationship, the couple were recently embroiled in another cheating scandal. It was revealed that Tristan and Kylie Jenner’s best friend, Jordyn Woods got close at a house party.After Tristan’s recent tryst with the 21-year-old model, Khloe has parted ways with him, forever.Meanwhile, Jordyn shared her side of the story, in an emotional interview on Red Table Talk. During the conversation, she said that they did flirt at the party, but it was the father-of-one who kissed her first, not her. Click here to watch the full interview. As for the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, she shared a lengthy message about letting go on Instagram. She wrote: “You can’t force someone to be loyal, kind, understanding. You can’t force someone to be the person you need them to be.” Tristan Thompson cheated on Khloe Kardashian with Jordyn WoodsMike Lawrie/Getty ImagesTristan Thompson is reportedly planning to miss his daughter’s first birthday celebrations. True will turn one on 12 April.According to Radar Online, the Canadian basketball player does not want to face Khloe Kardashian and her whole family. A source said: “Tristan does not want to set foot near Khloe’s family because he knows how much they all despise him right now.””Tristan does not want to be there for the party because he does not want to get reamed all over again. He’s going to do what he always does, which is try to make up for missing out by buying True expensive gifts,” the insider went on.In 2018, Khloe and the 27-year-old athlete’s relationship was on the rocks after he was caught cheating on the Revenge Body host with multiple women while she was pregnant with their daughter.
TwitterUsually, wild car entry in Bigg Boss happens after the actual contestants spend four to five weeks in the house. But Tamanna Simhadri’s entry happened just within two weeks after the show went on air. Her entry was a shock and surprise to many contestants, as well as the audience too. She spent just two weeks in the house and has been eliminated.As per the latest update, we have learnt that her entry into the house has been a planned one and unlike any other contestant, she being part of the show is something that has been planned by a mastermind.It is said that there have been many ‘high command’ calls to send her into the show. In other words, they can be called black mail calls too. She has targeted many contestants in the house and has received negative comments for her behaviour. Well, it was expected that she would be the one who will be eliminated from the house and it has become true, too soon.In the speech that she has given while leaving the show, she said that entering the house has been a wish and dream for her and that it has finally become true. This makes her audience doubt on what they have heard and the rumours that have been doing rounds.Now many of the audience have also expressed views that this could have been possible because she is a social activist and has a political background too.Well, all these have been speculations and could not be confirmed.
Listen 00:00 /03:39 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Share Gabriel C. Pérez/KUTJulián Castro speaks at the She the People forum for 2020 Democratic presidential candidates at Texas Southern University last month.Immigration is likely to be a key issue in the 2020 presidential election, but so far Democratic candidates have largely shied away from the issue in their campaigns.Julián Castro hasn’t.The former HUD secretary and mayor of San Antonio is currently the only major Democratic candidate with an actual plan on how to tackle immigration.Earlier this year, Castro released a plan to decriminalize immigration, as well as rollback several Trump administration policies. It’s a sweeping plan that would revamp the way the U.S. handles illegal immigration – as well as legal immigration programs like visas, refugee resettlement and asylum.During a small fundraiser earlier this month at a bar in a stylish hostel in East Austin, Castro talked about his plan, as well as what he saw as serious issues with the way the Trump administration is handling families seeking asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border.“This president has been the worst president when it comes to opening up our arms to people seeking asylum for legitimate reasons,” he said.Recently, the Trump administration has been “metering,” or limiting, the number of asylum-seekers allowed in the U.S. each day. Officials are also requiring asylum-seekers to stay in Mexico while their claims are considered. X Castro said he wants to end both policies, but his plan goes farther. According to Castro’s “People First Immigration Policy,” he also wants to increase access to legal assistance for those families. Castro basically wants to make the asylum process better for people who are seeking it.“I am telling the American people, ‘Hey, there’s another better way to do this and this is it,’” Castro told KUT. “And make it a fight about who we are. Are we a cruel nation, or are we a kind nation?”Castro is not only the only major candidate with a comprehensive immigration plan, but he is also the only Latino running for president, so far. Immigration activists have said the fact that Castro comes from an immigrant family could be part of the reason he’s not shying away from this issue.So far, Castro isn’t just disagreeing with Trump administration policies; he has also created a long list of things he thinks the U.S. should be doing when it comes to immigration. That’s something he said any candidate is going to need if they end up challenging Trump in 2020.“You have to do that, because that’s what he’s going to run on,” he said. “That’s how he thinks he’s going to win with a narrow electoral college victory again.”Immigration rights advocates say this is something that Democratic candidates should be taking seriously, as well.“I am convinced that no candidate will make it out of the Democratic primary who does not provide a realistic, sensible solution and set of policy ideas related to the immigration crisis that we are facing in this country,” said Jose Garza, the executive director of the Workers Defense Project.Garza said there’s no way candidates can avoid talking about immigration.Adrian Reyna, director of strategies for the immigrant rights nonprofit United We Dream, said he is certain immigration will be a key issue in 2020.“Just like we saw that it was in 2018 and how it was in 2016,” he said. “And it’s mostly going to be coming from the Trump camp.”Reyna said Trump made immigration the main mobilizer of his base and he said he did it by “stoking fears” about immigrants.He said any candidate that doesn’t have a comprehensive plan that lays out their vision for what immigration should look like will fall into the same trap that Democrats fell into in 2016.“I think that a key challenge we faced in 2016 was the approach of just saying, ‘I am not like Donald Trump,’” he said. “And that comes with the inability to get voters to understand what the Democratic candidate is truly behind.”The problem is that Democrats also have many reasons to stay away from immigration.For one – it’s divisive. According to recent polling, Democratic voters in Iowa and New Hampshire – where the first nominating contests in 2020 will take place – say health care, education and climate change are more important problems.However, Alec Tyson, a senior researcher at the Pew Research Center, said immigration has been gaining.“A larger share of voters – at least in 2016 – said it was very important to their vote than they did in 2012 and 2008,” he said. “So, we have seen a recent uptick in the share of voters viewing this as very important.”Tyson said surveys show that immigration falls in “the tier just