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          Transference Phenomena in the Doctor-Patient Relationship      Cache   Translate Page      

Transference Common in Doctor Patient Relationship Transference phenomena is a common phenomenon that occurs between patients and doctors. In a nutshell, the patient projects emotions and feelings associated with past relationships upon the doctor. Doctors also carry the weight of their past relationships and experiences. This leads to counter-transference where the doctor may unconsciously suffer...

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          New Mexico teacher won't return to school after 'bloody Indian' comment      Cache   Translate Page      

Officials say a teacher at an Albuquerque high school will no longer work for the school district after she was accused of calling one Native American student a "bloody Indian" and cutting the braid of another.

Albuquerque Public Schools spokeswoman Monica Armenta said the relationship between the district and Cibola High School teacher "was severed." Armenta wouldn't say whether the teacher resigned or was fired.

The statement followed calls from the Navajo Nation president for cultural sensitivity training within the schools as a result of the Oct. 31 incident.

Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye says the teacher's acts were part of a "Halloween stunt." He says one teen's parents told him it was traumatizing.

Armenta says the district's superintendent contacted the students' parents to tell them the employee would no longer teach at the school as of Friday.

          ComicList: New Comic Book Releases List for 12/05/2018      Cache   Translate Page      

ComicList: New Comic Book Releases List for Wednesday, December 5, 2018. This work, a list of the comic books, graphic novels, and other products that should be available at your local or online comic book shop this week, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License, and is © 1995-2018 Charles S. LePage.

This information is compiled from a variety of sources including Diamond Distribution and our friends at Things From Another World and GoCollect. Visit GoCollect and use their next-generation, near real-time comic book price guide. To find a local comic book shop, please browse The Master List of Comic Book & Trading Card Stores. Join us on Facebook and Twitter for discussions about your favorite comics.

PLEASE NOTE- Not all of these titles will arrive in all stores. Let me know if any of the names or numbers are wrong. Items with release dates not verified by Diamond Distribution are individually noted.

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TITLE, ISSUE NUMBER, PRICE IN U.S. DOLLARS ("AR" means "ask your retailer for the price")

27 Run HC, $24.95

Clankillers #5, $3.99
Dark Ark #12, $3.99
Dark Ark Volume 2 TP, $14.99
Her Infernal Descent #5, $3.99
Moth And Whisper #4, $3.99

Wrong Earth #4, $3.99

Galaktikon Volume 1 TP, $17.99
Grumble #1 (Of 5)(Cover A Mike Norton & Marissa Louise), $3.99
Grumble #1 (Of 5)(Cover B David Lafuente), $5.99
Hillbilly Red-Eyed Witchery From Beyond #3 (Of 4), $3.99

Wild Adventures Of The Spider Novel Volume 1 The Doom Legion SC, $29.95

Nice #1 (Of 4)(Cover A Marc Rene), $3.99
Nice #1 (Of 4)(Cover B Tula Lotay), $3.99

Carson Of Venus #1 (Cover A Michael William Kaluta Pirates Of Venus Variant), $3.99
Carson Of Venus #1 (Cover B Michael William Kaluta Black & White Pirates Of Venus Variant), $9.99
Casper's Capers #2 (Cover A Jazz Dela Cuesta), $3.99
Casper's Capers #2 (Cover B Warren Kremer Vintage Variant), $9.99
Stargate Atlantis Universe Anthology #1 (Cover A SGU Photo), $3.99
Stargate Atlantis Universe Anthology #1 (Cover B Flashback Photo), $9.99
Stargate Atlantis Universe Anthology #1 (Cover C SGA Photo), $3.99

Apocalypse Girl TP, $19.99
Ghost Wolf The Horde Of Fangs Volume 1 TP, $19.99

Cavewoman Rampage #1 (Of 1)(One Shot)(Cover A Devon Massey), $3.99
Cavewoman Rampage #1 (Of 1)(One Shot)(Cover F James Taylor), AR

Rags #1 (Luigi Teruel 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $3.99

Archie Meets Batman '66 #5 (Cover A Michael Allred), $3.99
Archie Meets Batman '66 #5 (Cover B Laura Braga), $3.99
Archie Meets Batman '66 #5 (Cover C Bill Galvan), $3.99
Archie Meets Batman '66 #5 (Cover D Jamal Igle), $3.99
Archie Meets Batman '66 #5 (Cover E Pat & Tim Kennedy), $3.99
Archie Meets Batman '66 #5 (Cover F Cory Smith), $3.99
World Of Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #84, $6.99

Dissension War Eternal #4 (Cover A Jordan Gunderson), $3.99
Dissension War Eternal #4 (Cover B Kevin Sharpe), $3.99

Electric State HC, $35.00

Cinema Purgatorio #16 (Cover A Kevin O'Neil Cinema Purgatorio Variant), $6.99
Cinema Purgatorio #16 (Cover B Raulo Caceres Code Pru Variant), $6.99
Cinema Purgatorio #16 (Cover C Gabriel Andrade A More Perfect Union Variant), $6.99
Cinema Purgatorio #16 (Cover D Nahuel Lopez Modded Variant), $6.99
Cinema Purgatorio #16 (Cover E Gabriel Andrade The Vast Variant), $6.99
Cinema Purgatorio #16 (Cover F Raulo Caceres Ancient Tome Premium Variant), $9.99

Doctor Who Main Range Volume 242 The Dispossessed Audio CD, AR
Doctor Who The Early Adventures Volume 5.1 The Dalek Occupation Of Winter Audio CD, AR
Doctor Who The Eleventh Doctor Chronicles Audio CD, AR
Doctor Who The New Adventures Of Bernice Summerfield The Story So Far Volume 1 Audio CD, AR
Doctor Who The New Adventures Of Bernice Summerfield The Story So Far Volume 2 Audio CD, AR
Lady Christina Series One Audio CD Set, AR
Torchwood Volume 24 Deadbeat Escape Audio CD, AR

Black AF Devil's Dye #1 (Of 4), $3.99
Black Volume 1 HC, $34.99
Snap Flash Hustle #1 (Of 4)(Cover A Emily Pearson), $3.99
Snap Flash Hustle #1 (Of 4)(Cover B Lisa Sterle), $3.99
Snap Flash Hustle #1 (Of 4)(Cover C Jenn St-Onge), $3.99
We Are Danger #4, $3.99

Amory Wars Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV Volume 3 TP, $14.99
Giant Days Where Women Glow And Men Plunder #1 (Cover A John Allison), $7.99
Low Road West #4 (Of 5)(Cover A Flaviano), $3.99
Lumberjanes Volume 10 TP, $14.99
Saban's Power Rangers Soul Of The Dragon GN, $19.99
Steven Universe Harmony #5 (Cover A Marguerite Sauvage), $3.99
Steven Universe Harmony #5 (Cover B Savanna Ganucheau), $3.99
Steven Universe Volume 3 Ultimate Dough-Down GN, $14.99
Welcome To Wanderland #3 (Of 4)(Cover A Maddi Gonzalez), $3.99
Wizard Beach #1 (Cover A Conor Nolan), $3.99
Wizard Beach #1 (Cover B George Schall), AR
WWE #23 (Cover A Marco D'Alfonso), $3.99
WWE #23 (Cover B Adam Riches AJ Styles Action Figure Variant), $3.99
WWE #23 (Cover C Brent Schoonover RAW 25th Anniversary Connecting Variant), $3.99
WWE #23 (Cover D Will Sliney The Bar Variant), AR

La Muerta Retribution #2 (Of 2)(Cover C Jesse Wichmann Premium Foil Variant), $25.00
La Muerta Retribution #2 (Of 2)(Cover D David Harrigan Naughty Sombra Variant), $40.00
La Muerta Retribution #2 (Of 2)(Cover E Jen Broomall), AR

Comic Shop News #1642, AR

B.P.R.D. The Devil You Know #11 (Cover A Mike Mignola), $3.99
B.P.R.D. The Devil You Know #11 (Cover B Mike Mignola), $3.99
Death Orb #3, $3.99
Gigantic Library Edition HC, $24.99
LaGuardia #1, $4.99
Sword Daughter #4 (Cover A Greg Smallwood), $4.99
Sword Daughter #4 (Cover B Mack Chater), $4.99
Umbrella Academy Hotel Oblivion #3 (Cover A Gabriel Ba), $3.99
Umbrella Academy Hotel Oblivion #3 (Cover B Gabriel Ba), $3.99
Wreck-It Ralph 2 Ralph Breaks The Internet Click Start Choose Your Own Internet Adventure HC, $10.99

Adventures Of The Super Sons #5 (Of 12), $3.99
Batgirl Volume 4 Strange Loop TP, $19.99
Batman #60 (Cover A Mikel Janin), $3.99
Batman #60 (Cover B Francesco Mattina), AR
Batman Detective Comics Volume 8 On The Outside TP, $16.99
Batman The Golden Age Omnibus Volume 6 HC, $125.00
Batman The Rebirth Deluxe Edition Volume 3 HC, $34.99
Border Town #4, $3.99
Curse Of Brimstone #9, $2.99
Deathstroke #38 (Cover A Tyler Kirkham), $3.99
Deathstroke #38 (Cover B Francesco Mattina), AR
Doomsday Clock #8 (Of 12)(Cover A Gary Frank), $4.99
Doomsday Clock #8 (Of 12)(Cover B Gary Frank), AR
Dreaming #4, $3.99
Goldfish TP (New Edition), $24.99
Green Arrow #47 (Cover A Alex Maleev), $3.99
Green Arrow #47 (Cover B Kaare Andrews), AR
Green Lantern #2 (Cover A Liam Sharp), $3.99
Green Lantern #2 (Cover B Francesco Mattina), AR
Harley Quinn #55 (Cover A Guillem March), $3.99
Harley Quinn #55 (Cover B Frank Cho), AR
Harley Quinn Volume 1 Harley Vs Apokolips TP, $16.99
Injustice 2 Volume 3 TP, $16.99
Injustice 2 Volume 4 HC, $24.99
Justice League #13 (Cover A Guillem March), $3.99
Justice League #13 (Cover B Jae Lee), AR
Martian Manhunter #1 (Of 12)(Cover A Riley Rossmo), $3.99
Martian Manhunter #1 (Of 12)(Cover B Joshua Middleton), AR
Martian Manhunter #1 (Of 12)(Cover C Blank Variant), AR
Mera Queen Of Atlantis TP, $16.99
Nightwing #54 (Cover A Chris Mooneyham), $3.99
Nightwing #54 (Cover B Yasmine Putri), AR
Red Hood Outlaw #29 (Cover A Pete Woods), $3.99
Red Hood Outlaw #29 (Cover B Yasmine Putri), AR
Shazam #1 (Cover A Dale Eaglesham), $4.99
Shazam #1 (Cover B Gary Frank), AR
Shazam #1 (Cover C Blank Variant), AR
Suicide Squad Black Files #2 (Of 6), $4.99
Trinity Volume 4 The Search For Steve Trevor TP, $16.99
Unexpected #7, $2.99
United States Vs Murder Inc #4 (Of 6), $3.99

Lark's Killer #10, $3.99

Amazing Spider-Man #1 (J. Scott Campbell Midtown Comics Variant Cover), AR
Amazing Spider-Man #789 (Ken Haeser Signed & Remarked Cover), AR
Amazing Spider-Man #801 (J. Scott Campbell Midtown Comics Variant Cover), AR
Deadpool #1 (Ken Haeser Remarked Cover Signed By Fabian Nicieza), AR
Immortal Hulk #1 (Dale Keown Midtown Comics Variant Cover), AR
Sandman Universe Special #1 (Katie Hidalgo Death Signature Edition), AR
Venom #1 (Donny Cates Signed Edition), AR

Barbarella Holiday Special (Cover A Jose Loius Ruiz Perez), $5.99
Hack Slash Vs Chaos #1 (Cover A Tim Seeley), $3.99
Hack Slash Vs Chaos #1 (Cover B Craig Cermak), $3.99
Hack Slash Vs Chaos #1 (Cover C Kyle Strahm), $3.99
Hack Slash Vs Chaos #1 (Cover D Maria Sanapo Purgatori Seduction Variant), AR
Hack Slash Vs Chaos #1 (Cover E Maria Sanapo Demon Seduction Variant), AR
Hack Slash Vs Chaos #1 (Cover F Craig Cermak Virgin Variant), AR
Hack Slash Vs Chaos #1 (Cover G Kyle Strahm Black & White Variant), AR
Hack Slash Vs Chaos #1 (Cover H Tim Seeley Virgin Variant), AR
Hack Slash Vs Chaos #1 (Cover I Ken Haeser Cassie Hack Remarked Varant), AR
Hack Slash Vs Chaos #1 (Cover J Blank Authentix Variant), AR
KISS Blood And Stardust #1 (Cover H Ken Haeser Remarked Variant), AR
Mars Attacks #1 (Cover K Ken Haeser Remarked Variant), AR

Hieronymus And Bosch HC, $27.00

Magic Wind Vultur Masterwork Edition HC, $29.99

Maxon Crumb Art Out Of Chaos GN, $25.00
Memorabilia HC, $16.99
Now New Comics Anthology #5, $9.99
Parallel Lives GN, $24.99
Vanishing Act HC, $14.99
Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse The Greatest Adventures HC, $49.99

Doctor Who The Complete History Volume 83 The Third Doctor Stories 54-57 HC, $18.99

Batman The Maxx Arkham Dreams #3 (Of 5)(Cover A Sam Kieth), $4.99
Batman The Maxx Arkham Dreams #3 (Of 5)(Cover B Sam Kieth), $4.99
Batman The Maxx Arkham Dreams #3 (Of 5)(Cover C Gabriel Rodriguez), AR
Lodger #2 (Cover A David Lapham), $3.99
October Faction Volume 5 Supernatural Dreams TP, $17.99
Rick And Morty Vs Dungeons And Dragons #3 (Of 4)(Cover A Troy Little), $4.99
Rick And Morty Vs Dungeons And Dragons #3 (Of 4)(Cover B Troy Little), $4.99
Rick And Morty Vs Dungeons And Dragons #3 (Of 4)(Cover C Sara Richard), AR
Rick And Morty Vs Dungeons And Dragons #3 (Of 4)(Cover D Tess Fowler), AR
Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #3 (Cover A Andy Suriano), $3.99
Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #3 (Cover B Chad Thomas), AR
Road Of The Dead Highway To Hell #2 (Cover A Santiperez), $4.99
Road Of The Dead Highway To Hell #2 (Cover B Drew Moss), $4.99
Road Of The Dead Highway To Hell #2 (Cover C Santiperez Pencil Art Variant), AR
Star Trek The Next Generation Terra Incognita #5 (Cover A Tony Shasteen), $3.99
Star Trek The Next Generation Terra Incognita #5 (Cover B Photo), $3.99
Star Trek The Next Generation Terra Incognita #5 (Cover C Elizabeth Beals), AR
Star Trek The Next Generation Terra Incognita #5 (Cover D J. K. Woodward), AR
Star Trek Vs Transformers #3 (Of 4)(Cover A Philip Murphy), $3.99
Star Trek Vs Transformers #3 (Of 4)(Cover B Gavin Fullerton), $3.99
Star Trek Vs Transformers #3 (Of 4)(Cover C Megan Levens), AR
Star Wars Adventures Destroyer Down #2 (Of 3)(Cover A Derek Charm), $3.99
Star Wars Adventures Destroyer Down #2 (Of 3)(Cover B Jon Sommariva), AR
Team Sonic Racing #1 (One Shot)(Cover A Adam Bryce Thomas), $4.99
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles The IDW Collection Volume 8 HC, $49.99
Transformers The IDW Collection Phase 2 Volume 8 HC, $49.99

Blackbird #3 (Cover A Jen Bartel), $3.99
Blackbird #3 (Cover B Loish, $3.99
Blackbird #3 (Cover C Manda Schank Hero Initiative Variant), $3.99
Bully Wars #4 (Cover A Aaron Conley), $3.99
Bully Wars #4 (Cover B Skottie Young), $3.99
Chronicles Of Hate Collected Edition TP, $29.99
Crowded #5 (Cover A Ro Stein/Ted Brandt/Triona Farrell), $3.99
Crowded #5 (Cover B Paulina Ganucheau), $3.99
Curse Words #18 (Cover A Ryan Browne), $3.99
Curse Words #18 (Cover B Ryan Browne X-Ray Specs Variant), $3.99
Die #1 (Cover A Stephanie Hans), $3.99
Die #1 (Cover B Jamie McKelvie), $3.99
Errand Boys #3 (Of 5), $3.99
Freeze #1 (Cover A Phil Sevy), $3.99
Freeze #1 (Cover B Raffaele Ienco Hero Initiative Variant), $3.99
Gasolina #13, $3.99
Kick-Ass #10 (Cover A Marcelo Frusin), $3.99
Kick-Ass #10 (Cover B Marcelo Frusin), $3.99
Kick-Ass #10 (Cover C Mike Allred), $3.99
Last Siege #7 (Of 8)(Cover A Justin Greenwood), $3.99
Last Siege #7 (Of 8)(Cover B Andy Suriano Hero Initiative Variant), $3.99
Man-Eaters #2 (Lia Miternique 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $3.99
Paper Girls Volume 5 TP, $14.99
Paradiso Volume 2 Dark Dwellers TP, $16.99
Prodigy #1 (Of 6)(Cover A Rafael Albuquerque), $3.99
Prodigy #1 (Of 6)(Cover B Rafael Albuquerque), $3.99
Prodigy #1 (Of 6)(Cover C Rafael Albuquerque), $3.99
Prodigy #1 (Of 6)(Cover D Rafael Albuquerque), $3.99
Prodigy #1 (Of 6)(Cover E Rafael Albuquerque), $3.99
Prodigy #1 (Of 6)(Cover F Frank Quitely), $3.99
Prodigy #1 (Of 6)(Cover G Blank Variant), $3.99
Prodigy #1 (Of 6)(Cover H Rafael Albuquerque We Believe In Comics Variant), $3.99
Self Made #1 (Cover A Eduardo Ferigato & Marcello Costa), $3.99
Self Made #1 (Cover B Marcelo Costa Hero Initiative Variant), $3.99
Snotgirl #12 (Cover A Leslie Hung), $3.99
Snotgirl #12 (Cover B Bryan Lee O'Malley), $3.99
Unnatural #5 (Of 12)(Cover A Mirka Andolfo), $3.99
Unnatural #5 (Of 12)(Cover B Tanino Liberatore), $3.99
Unnatural #5 (Of 12)(Cover C Jacopo Camagni Hero Initiative Variant), $3.99
Walking Dead #186 (Cover A Charlie Adlard & Dave Stewart), $3.99
Walking Dead #186 (Cover B Bill Sienkiewicz 15th Anniversary Variant), $3.99
Wayward Volume 6 Bound To Fate TP, $17.99
Wicked + The Divine #40 (Cover A Jamie McKelvie & Matthew Wilson), $3.99
Wicked + The Divine #40 (Cover B Claire Roe), $3.99
Wicked + The Divine #40 (Cover C Ray Fawkes Hero Initiative Variant), $3.99
Wicked + The Divine Volume 3 HC, $44.99

Gypsy Omnibus GN, $60.00

Dunkirk #1 (One Shot)(Cover A Sam Glanzman), $9.99

Hunters Of Salamanstra #12, $4.99

Attack On Titan Volume 26 GN, $10.99
Boarding School Juliet Volume 3 GN, $10.99
Kiss Me At The Stroke Of Midnight Volume 8 GN, $12.99
Seven Deadly Sins Seven Days Volume 2 GN, $10.99

Barefoot Gen Volume 2 GN (Current Printing), $16.95

Catalyst Prime Noble #14, $3.99
Warship Jolly Roger Volume 2 Revenge HC, $19.99

Avengers Assemble Time Will Tell TP, $9.99
Deadpool #7 (Cover A Nic Klein), $3.99
Deadpool #7 (Cover B David Marquez Fantastic Four Villains Variant), AR
Deadpool #7 (Cover C Marc Laming Conan Vs Marvel Heroes Variant), AR
Deadpool #7 (Cover D Will Sliney), AR
Defenders Immortal Hulk #1 (Cover A Ron Garney), $4.99
Defenders Immortal Hulk #1 (Cover B Joe Bennett), AR
Defenders Immortal Hulk #1 (Cover C Adi Granov), AR
Defenders Immortal Hulk #1 (Cover D Jack Kirby Remastered Variant), AR
Defenders Immortal Hulk #1 (Cover E Skottie Young), AR
Defenders Namor #1 (Cover A Ron Garney), $4.99
Defenders Namor #1 (Cover B Marco Checchetto), AR
Defenders Namor #1 (Cover C Chris Stevens), AR
Defenders Namor #1 (Cover D Mike Mignola Hidden Gem Variant), AR
Defenders Namor #1 (Cover E Skottie Young), AR
Doctor Strange #9 (Cover A Jesus Saiz), $3.99
Doctor Strange #9 (Cover B Marko Djurdjevic Fantatsic Four Villains Variant), AR
Doctor Strange By Mark Waid Volume 1 Across The Universe TP, $15.99
Fantastic Four By Waid And Wieringo Omnibus HC, $100.00
Hunt For Wolverine Adamantium Agenda TP, $14.99
Hunt For Wolverine Claws Of A Killer TP, $14.99

          (USA-NM-Albuquerque) Bilingual Enrollment Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
Description: At HCSC, building a talent engine for the future is a key priority because we recognize that as our business evolves to reflect the changing world, we must adapt our workforce to meet this challenge. Additionally, with "excellence" as one of our core values, we are focused on improving our success measures and delivering the best possible customer experience. BASIC FUNCTION:This position is responsible for developing, scheduling and conducting enrollment meetings for new and renewing employer groups. Responsibilities also include conducting group meetings with all employees to educate them on available insurance options, specific benefits, enrollment regulations and all benefits BCBSNM, Dearborn Ancillary, and DNOA.JOB REQUIREMENTS:* Bachelor Degree OR 5 years experience in the health insurance industry. * Bilingual, fluent in Spanish. * Public speaking skills to speak before large audiences. * Organization skills. * PC proficiency to include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Lotus Notes. * Ability and willingness to travel extensively, including some overnight stays. * Valid New Mexico Drivers License. PREFERRED JOB REQUIREMENTS:* Marketing or Sales background including benefit knowledge.* General Agent State Insurance License ***This position will be based out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. *CA Location: NM - Albuquerque Activation Date: Tuesday, December 4, 2018 Expiration Date: Sunday, December 23, 2018 Apply Here
          (USA-IL-Chicago) Manager Analytics & Reporting      Cache   Translate Page      
Description: BASIC FUNCTION:This position is responsible for managing the analytical and reporting tools and data sets to produce valuable insights from our data that help improve the quality of the division's business; gaining a deeper understanding of the division data in order to plan, manage and control the activities of a team of analysts that provide reports, insights and analytics in support of the division data needs; developing their teams analytical capabilities to support analyses; imparting knowledge of analytical methods, research, and statistics used in quantitative data analysis and looking for opportunities to apply new data sets, tools and methods; working closely with customers to build and sustain relationships. JOB REQUIREMENTS:*Bachelor and 3 years experience in presenting analytic results/insights to audiences at different levels OR 6 years analytics experience;*4 years experience in data analysis and information reporting; *1 year leadership and/or supervisory experience;*Experience with negotiation, decision making, organizational, and analytical skills;*Interpersonal skills including but not limited to verbal and written communication;*PC experience to include Access, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.*SQL, SAS and Teradata or other reporting tools / languages experience.*Initiative to solve complex problems; takes an outside in perspective to identify innovative solutions. PREFERRED JOB REQUIREMENTS: *Bachelor degree in mathematics, actuarial science, statistics.*Experience working with the Medicare , Part D Prescription Drug or Medicare Advantage Programs Location: IL - Chicago, IL - Danville, IL - Downers Grove, IL - Jacksonville, IL - Marion, IL - Mattoon, IL - Naperville, IL - Oakbrook Terrace, IL - Quincy, IL - Rockford, IL - Springfield, MT - Helena, NM - Albuquerque, OK - Oklahoma City, OK - Tulsa, TX - Austin, TX - Houston, TX - Marshall, TX - Richardson, TX - San Angelo, TX - San Antonio, TX - Waco, TX - Wichita Falls Activation Date: Tuesday, December 4, 2018 Expiration Date: Saturday, December 29, 2018 Apply Here
          BWW Review: IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE at Albuquerque Little Theatre      Cache   Translate Page      

Albuquerque Little Theatre (ALT)'s production of It's a Wonderful Life is intended to be a, "gift to the community" according to executive director Henry Avery. What a gift it is! It's a Wonderful Life, adapted for the stage by Doug Rand and directed by James Cady, embodies the holiday spirit, leaving the audience thoroughly entertained throughout the production.

The story revolves around George Bailey, an everyman who dreams of traveling the world and having adventures. Instead of being able to fulfill the dreams he once had growing up, George becomes stuck in his hometown of Bedford Falls due to family obligations and civic duty. When everything becomes too much for George, he considers ending his life. A trio of angels, including George's guardian angel Clarence, intervene. After Clarence shows George what life in Bedford Falls would have been like if he had never been born, George Bailey realizes the impact his life has had on his friends and loved ones. In the end, George understands that despite his life not going the way he had originally planned, it has been a wonderful one.

Despite technical difficulties with mics not always working properly, the cast of ALT's It's a Wonderful Life gave nearly flawless performances. Micah Linford (George Bailey) gave a phenomenal performance as he explored the conflict between George's desire to live his life and the duty he feels for his family and community. His George Bailey is equal parts charming, heartfelt, and yearning for adventure. Linford creates a character that the audience can relate to, making them care about each step of the journey this man takes as well as hope that things work out for the best. Janine O'Neill Loffelmacher is perfectly cast as Mary Hatch Bailey. She shines in the early scenes of the production and the humor she brings to her role makes her immediately endearing. Philip J. Shortell creates a perfect foil for George as Henry F. Potter, embodying the businessman with a lack of compassion for others and a love of profit above all else. Pete Parkin as Clarence, Lorri Oliver as Frankie, and Annelise Wall as Jo do a wonderful job with their roles as angels, effectively guiding the play along as they assist the audience in exploring George Bailey's life in a series of flashbacks. Mike Van Ryzin as Uncle Billy, Kristine Cornils as Mrs. Bailey, and Michelle Belmont as Violet Bick, as well as the rest of the cast, give fantastic performances that keep the audience engaged in the play.

It's a Wonderful Life runs from November 30th, 2018 - December 24th, 2018 with performances on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm, and Sundays at 2:00 pm. There are three additional performances scheduled for Saturday, December 8th at 2:00 PM (ASL Interpreted), Thursday December 13th at 7:30 PM, and Monday, December 24th at 1:00 PM. Tickets are $23 for adults, $21 for Seniors (65+), $19 for students (13 - University), and $15 for Children (12 and Under). Tickets can be purchased by calling the Box Office at 505-242-4750 x2 or by visiting:

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          Central Office (CO) Technician - Black Box Network Services - Albuquerque, NM      Cache   Translate Page      
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          (USA-NM-Albuquerque) MAC Retail Manager - 40 Hrs - Macy's Coronado - Albuquerque, NM      Cache   Translate Page      
**MAC Retail Manager - 40 Hrs - Macy's Coronado - Albuquerque, NM** **Brand:** MAC **Description** **Position Summary:** We are looking for a dynamic and inspirational Store/Retail/Counter Manager to lead, coach and develop our team of Sales Associates to achieve all sales, customer service and operational targets. Candidates should have proven leadership, coaching and business management skills gained in a fast paced retail environment. This is an exceptional opportunity for you to be Chief Executive Officer of your own store. You will have total accountability for creating and executing an agile business plan to recruit and retain customers through strategic targeting, impactful in-store events, exceptional customer relationship management and the leadership of a high performing team. If you are an ambitious self-starter with a flair for business planning and a passion for coaching others to reach their full potential this could be the perfect role for you and the first step towards a long term fulfilling career with a leader in prestige beauty. Many of our field executives and senior managers began their careers at point of sale and this first level management role with exposure to business planning, consumer insights, event management, customer relationship management and front line marketing will provide you with the all-round skills needed to progress further within the Beauty Industry. With a culture that values diversity of thought and people, we offer progressive career opportunities, outstanding training and development and a competitive remuneration and benefits package. **Qualifications** + Proven retail management/assistant retail management experience preferably within cosmetics + The ability to provide inspirational, authentic and personalized customer service + Previous business planning experience including setting sales and customer service targets, sales analysis and staff scheduling + Previous retail operations experience including inventory and facilities management and cash reconciliation + Proven track record of leading a team to achieve sales and customer service targets + Experience of creating and executing in-store events + Ability to work retail hours including days, nights, weekends and special events in a fast-paced work environment + Previous experience with retail point-of-sale software + Proficient in Microsoft office applicants must be able to provide proof of right to live and work in the country if invited to attend for interview **Job:** Retail - Store **Primary Location:** Americas-US-NM-Albuquerque **Job Type:** Standard **Schedule:** Full-time **Shift:** 1st (Day) Shift **Job Number:** 1820589 We are an equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
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          MPPE recomenda a Angelim desativar lixão no prazo de 90 dias      Cache   Translate Page      

O Ministério Público de Pernambuco (MPPE) recomendou à Prefeitura de Angelim adotar uma série de medidas com o objetivo de desativar o lixão a céu aberto da cidade e providenciar destinação adequada aos resíduos sólidos. As medidas têm por finalidade assegurar que o poder público cumpra as determinações das Políticas Nacional e Estadual de Resíduos Sólidos, que é uma das prioridades da atuação do MPPE na área ambiental.

De acordo com a promotora de Justiça Larissa Albuquerque, o lixão de Angelim encontra-se em situação inaceitável, com descarte de resíduos a céu aberto em área urbana, acesso de catadores e condições insalubres.

“O não cumprimento da legislação ambiental, bem como a falta de gerenciamento adequado dos resíduos urbanos, provocam poluição e risco ao meio ambiente, ocasionando o surgimento de transmissores de doenças infecto-contagiosas”, alertou a promotora.

Segundo a recomendação, publicada no Diário Oficial desta terça-feira (4), a Prefeitura de Angelim deverá providenciar, no prazo de 90 dias, a total desativação do lixão. O MPPE também recomendou que o poder público elabore um projeto de destinação de resíduos para aterros sanitários legalizados; que promova a implantação de um plano municipal de coleta seletiva de lixo e educação ambiental, direcionados a toda a população de Angelim.

Em relação às pessoas que trabalham no lixão como catadores, o MPPE recomendou a realização de cadastramento dessas pessoas, a fim de inseri-los em programas de assistência social. O monitoramento do acesso ao lixão deve ser feito de forma constante, a fim de evitar o acesso de pessoas não autorizadas e de animais. Outras medidas recomendadas pelo MPPE são o plantio de vegetação ao redor do terreno, a cobertura dos resíduos com material argiloso para evitar a proliferação de insetos e outros animais que se alimentam do lixo e a manutenção das vias de acesso ao terreno. Por fim, a Prefeitura de Angelim deve proibir o descarte de resíduos provenientes de unidades de saúde e da construção civil, visto que esses materiais possuem um processo de descarte especial.

O município de Angelim tem um prazo de dez dias para informar se pretende ou não seguir as recomendações do MPPE.

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Juan de Oñate is one of the world’s lesser-known conquistadors, but his name can be found all over New Mexico. There are Oñate streets, Oñate schools, and, of course, Oñate statues. When an activist group removed one foot off an Oñate statue in 1998, they said it was a symbolic act meant to highlight the atrocities Oñate committed against the indigenous population.

Just as people in New Mexico were learning more of this history, the city of Albuquerque was considering building yet another statue of him. This resulted in a years long conflict about how New Mexico should commemorate a “founding father” who committed such cruel acts.

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Palomar Modular Buildings will be exhibiting at the New Mexico School Boards Association 2018 Annual Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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          Bankruptcy filing provides rare window into diocese finances      Cache   Translate Page      
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico’s largest Catholic diocese has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in recent months on lawyers to fight claims of clergy sex abuse and to prepare for a potentially lengthy battle in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. The Archdiocese of Santa Fe’s petition for reorganization provides a rare look into the finances... Read More
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HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of New Mexico is changing its name and branding starting with the new year on Jan. 1. The inpatient rehabilitation hospital will be known as Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Albuquerque, following the parent company’s name change and rebranding initiative, according to a release from the company. The hospital will continue to provide the same services under the new nam e. “Our new Encompass Health brand reflects more than the change of our name,”… (Source: Health Care:Pharmaceuticals headlines)
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Tampa, FL (Law Firm Newswire) December 4, 2018 - The Social Security Administration (SSA) opened three new offices in order to boost its fraud prevention and investigation efforts for the disability benefits program. The offices are called Cooperative Disability Investigations (CDI) Units. They are located in Honolulu, Hawaii; Indianapolis, Indiana; and Albuquerque, New Mexico. The units were established to expand the CDI Program which has 43 offices located in 37 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. The nationwide program is the SSA’s leading anti-fraud initiative. “It is reassuring to see that the SSA is proactively taking steps to […]
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          Health Apprenticeship Program, The Line Discusses The Federal Climate Change Report & Judy Chicago’s Halted Belen Museum      Cache   Translate Page      
This week on New Mexico in Focus, special correspondent Sarah Gustavus sits down with two doctors involved in an innovative health apprenticeship program.  The program, at Casa de Salud in Albuquerque’s South Valley, gives teens and young people the chance to gain … Continue reading Health Apprenticeship Program, The Line Discusses The Federal Climate Change Report & Judy Chicago’s Halted Belen Museum
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November 30, 2018 – Special correspondent Sarah Gustavus sits down with two doctors involved in an innovative health apprenticeship program.  The program, at Casa de Salud in Albuquerque’s South Valley, gives teens and young people the chance to gain valuable … Continue reading Doctors Describe Innovative Health Apprentice Program
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November 30, 2018 – The New Mexico in Focus crew goes to Casa de Salud to hear from some health apprentices in the Albuquerque South Valley clinic’s Health Apprentice Program. Casa de Salud’s website describes the program: “ Casa de … Continue reading The Health Apprenticeship Program At Casa De Salud
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NM-ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico International School is a K-5 charter school in Albuquerque. We are an International Baccalaureate World School, offering the Primary Years’ Programme, as well as a dual language Spanish/English immersion model. NMIS is seeking a full time bilingual fifth grade teacher starting early January 2019. Successful candidates for this position must have a strong desire to work in a collaborati
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From,  take another look at variant covers from DC Comics' "Batman" #50, written by Tom King, celebrating the marriage of 'Selina Kyle'/'Catwoman' and 'Bruce Wayne'/'Batman', showcasing the work of various comic book illustrators in the field today:

Artists include Alex Ross, Mikel Janin, Greg Capullo, Jim Lee, Paul Pope...

...Clay Mann, Tony S. Daniel, David Finch, Joelle Jones, Mitch Gerads, Neal Adams...

...Rafael Albuquerque, Andy Kubert, Becky Cloonan, Ty Templeton, Frank Miller, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Lee Bermejo...

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U.S. Forest Service Cibola National Forest and National Grasslands Magdalena Ranger District The Hop/Patterson Canyon Prescribed Fire will be implemented the week of December 03, 2018, or as soon as conditions are favorable.  Albuquerque, NM, December 4, 2018 – Fire Managers for the Cibola National Forest are planning to execute several prescribed fires on the […]
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Commentary: Today, Representatives Patricia Lundstrom (D-Gallup), Javier Martinez (D-Albuquerque), Antonio “Moe” Maestas (D-Albuquerque) and Speaker of the House Brian Egolf (D-Santa Fe) are reaffirming their commitment to reinstate the UNM Men’s Soccer program, including the team’s world class coach, by addressing funding issues in the upcoming legislative session while ensuring Title IX compliance. “Restoring the UNM Men’s Soccer program is a priority for the House going into the legislative session,” said Speaker Brian Egolf. “House Leadership is committed to funding UNM Soccer while ensuring that UNM is compliant with Title IX.” “Before any more major decisions are made, we want UNM to know that we will help, and that keeping the UNM Men’s Soccer program is important to our whole state,” said House Appropriations and Finance Chair Patricia Lundstrom. “Coming together and working with us to find a solution for our state will benefit everyone.” “The UNM Athletic programs have become
          Spacecraft with SDL Detectors Arrives at Asteroid      Cache   Translate Page      

NASA announced today that its Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer, known as OSIRIS-REx, has rendezvoused with the asteroid Bennu. Utah State University’s Space Dynamics Laboratory provided the detector assemblies for the OSIRIS-REx Camera Suite, called OCAMS, instruments.

Launched on September 8, 2016 aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, OSIRIS-REx has traveled more than two billion kilometers to the asteroid and will bring a small sample back to Earth for study. Encapsulated samples of the asteroid will land in Utah in 2023. These samples will help scientists answer questions about the formation of Earth and our solar system. Asteroids are the residual remains of the solar system formation process and can teach us about the history of the sun and planets. Traveling at 63,000 miles per hour, Bennu is classified as a Near Earth Object with an orbit that comes relatively close to our planet.

“We’ve been proud of our participation on this great mission and pleased with the performance of the OCAMS detector assemblies during the initial two-years. Beginning with images of Earth and our Moon during the early stages of OSIRIS-REx’s flight, then to our first images of Bennu, and up to today, the detector assemblies have been working as designed,” said Jed Hancock, SDL’s executive director of programs and operations and SDL program manager for OSIRIS-REx. “Over the next year, NASA will use the cameras to map the surface of the asteroid and help locate a suitable location for sample collection operations.”

SDL partnered with the University of Arizona who provided the three-camera suite which includes PolyCam, an 8-inch telescope that acquired the asteroid from about two million kilometers away. As it approached Bennu, PolyCam imaged the asteroid at high resolution. MapCam has been searching the area around Bennu for natural satellites and outgassing plumes. It will map the asteroid in four colors, determine the exact shape of it and will provide a high-resolution image of the sample site. SamCam will document the sample acquisition and the spacecraft’s touch-and-go maneuver.

Bennu was chosen by NASA for the OSIRIS-REx mission because if its proximity to Earth, its size and its composition. At the time of the mission’s asteroid selection in 2005, there were only 192 asteroids classified as Near Earth Objects that met NASA’s proximity requirements. 

Asteroids with small diameters rotate more rapidly than those with large diameters. Asteroids less than 200 meters spin so rapidly that the loose material on its surface, known as regolith, can be ejected from it. Of the 192 NEO asteroids, only 26 had a diameter larger than 200 meters. NASA also looked for primitive asteroids – those that are carbon-rich and have not significantly changed since they formed nearly four billion years ago – that contain organic molecules, volatiles, and amino acids that may have been the precursors to life on Earth. Only five asteroids met all criteria.

With a diameter of about 500 meters, Bennu completes an orbit around the Sun every 1.2 years, and every six years comes very close to Earth. According to NASA, these close encounters give Bennu a high probability of impacting Earth in the late 22nd Century.

For more information on the OSIRIS-REx mission, please visit

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On January 7th, 1998, an envelope landed on the desk of Larry Calloway, a columnist with the Albuquerque Journal. Inside the envelope were some typewritten pages and a polaroid photo of a bronze Spanish riding boot. The note hinted that the bronze foot came from an equestrian statue of Juan de Oñate — part of

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No páreo pelo comando da Assembleia Legislativa, quatro nomes estão despontando: o atual presidente da Casa, Zezinho Albuquerque, o primeiro vice-presidente, Tin Gomes, José Sarto e o líder do governo Evandro Leitão. O Palácio da Abolição teria restrição a um desses nomes, mas não ousa publicizar tal posição. Nos bastidores, parlamentares como Gony Arruda, que... Ver artigo

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          Francisco Gálvez, Jerónimo de Angelis y Simón Yempo. Beatos      Cache   Translate Page      

Mártires en Japón

Martirologio Romano: En el lugar llamado Edo, de Japón, beatos mártires Francisco Gálvez, presbítero de la Orden de Hermanos Menores, Jerónimo de Angelis, presbítero, y Simón Yempo, religioso, estos dos últimos de la Compañía de Jesús, todos los cuales fueron quemados por odio a la fe († c. 1622/1623).

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Llegada del cristianismo a Japón

Los primeros cristianos japoneses recibieron el bautismo en 1548, en Goa, de manos del obispo Juan de Albuquerque. Ellos fueron los que guiaron los pasos de san Francisco Javier por el archipiélago nipón. Pero los jesuitas fueron pronto expulsados del país.

En 1593 desembarcaban en Japón los franciscanos descalzos Pedro Bautista Blázquez, Bartolomé Ruiz, Francisco de San Miguel y Gonzalo García, que no tardaron en recibir refuerzos desde Filipinas. En sólo tres años lograron bautizar a unos 20.000 neófitos, pero en 1596 estalló la persecución. Pedro Bautista y cinco compañeros suyos, tres jesuitas nativos y 17 cristianos seglares murieron crucificados en Nagasaki.

En tres años llegaron a bautizar a unos 20.000 neófitos. En 1596 estalló la persecución contra los cristianos, y el 5 de febrero del año siguiente morían crucificados en Nagasaki san Pedro Bautista , cinco compañeros suyos, tres jesuitas nativos y 17 cristianos seglares. Su martirio supuso nuevas conversiones y mayor expansión misionera, y fue en una de las nuevas oleadas de misioneros cuando llegó al país el beato Francisco Gálvez.


Este franciscano, sacerdote y misionero, nació de Francisco Gálvez y de Juana Iranzo, familia hidalga y bien situada de Utiel (Valencia), , unos días antes del 15 de agosto, fecha de su bautismo.

Se inició en las letras en la escuela de la parroquia, pero pasó enseguida al Colegio Seminario del Salvador, inaugurado el 6 de agosto de 1585, cuando Francisco estaba a punto de cumplir los siete años. En palabras del fundador, el sacerdote local Don Gonzalo Muñoz Iranzo, la finalidad del colegio era "que aquí los niños y niñas, desde chiquitos, aprendan la Doctrina cristiana, y los mayores y estudiantes aprendan los principios de Gramática y Latinidad, para que aquí salgan buenos ministros para la Iglesia y vayan a otras Universidades para aprender otras ciencias y facultades y a Religiones y Monasterios para mejor servir a Dios, que éste es el celo del Salvador del mundo, a quien se debe todo y a quien se le dé la honra y gloria por siempre jamás, amén".

Hacia los 14 años, ell joven Francisco saldrá de aquí bien preparado para empezar su formación universitaria en el Estudio General de Valencia. En su certificado de estudios del 10 de abril de 1598 consta que era ya subdiácono, que cursó Artes, Lógica y Filosofía, bajo el magisterio del catedrático José Roque Rocafull, doctor en Artes liberales, y, y que luego completó los cuatro años de Teología. Cumplidos todos los requisitos, recibió enseguida el diaconado, seguramente de manos del santo arzobispo de Valencia Juan de Ribera, quien lo destinó a una de las parroquias de la ciudad.

Muy fuerte debió de sentir la llamada a la vida religiosa, pues, sin esperar a la ordenación sacerdotal, solicitó ser admitido en el convento valenciano de San Juan de la Ribera, de los franciscanos descalzos o alcantarinos. Esta rama de la observancia, una de las de mayor austeridad, se caracterizaba por una vida de pobreza, austeridad, mortificación y compromiso evangelizador y con los pobres. Descalzos eran también, aparte de san Pedro de Alcántara, san Pascual Báilón y el beato Andrés Hibernón, contemporáneos suyos.

A Oriente por la ruta occidental

El beato Francisco Gálvez profesó la regla franciscana el 6 de mayo de 1600 y se ordenó sacerdote a finales del mismo año, o a comienzos de 1601. Poco después, el 28 de junio, a petición propia, partía como misionero hacia al Extremo Oriente desde el puerto de Sanlúcar de Barrameda. Lo sabemos porque el 1 de marzo de 1601, el rey Felipe II, por real cédula que se conserva en el sevillano Archivo de Indias, autorizaba a fray Juan Pobre, procurador de la Provincia franciscana de Filipinas, viajar a dichas islas con 40 misioneros, a expensas reales.

El viaje se hacía entonces por la ruta occidental. Tras dos meses de travesía, la misión dirigida por Juan Pobre desembarcaba en San Juan de Ulúa, el puerto de Veracruz, en Méjico. De aquí se dirigieron a pie hasta la capital azteca. Ocho años permaneció el beato Francisco en tierras mejicanas, sin que podamos precisar dónde residió ni en qué se ocupó todo ese tiempo. Lo que si sabemos es que sólo en 1609 pudo embarcarse en Acapulco, donde la congregación tenía una hospedería para los frailes de paso, rumbo a Manila. Tanto el archipiélago filipino como el japonés formaban parte de la floreciente provincia franciscana de San Gregorio Magno, cuyo primer procurador había sido san Pedro Bautista, uno de los protomártires de Japón recientemente crucificados en Nagasaki. A raíz del martirio la Provincia había experimentado un fuerte crecimiento, pasando de 41 conventos, 125 religiosos y 60.892 cristianos a finales del siglo XVI, a 57 conventos y 114.000 cristianos en 1622.

El beato Francisco Gálvez fue destinado al convento filipino de Dilao, un barrio del extrarradio de Manila, donde había una colonia de japoneses cristianos. Trabajando pastoralmente con ellos fue como fray Francisco pudo aprender la lengua nipona. Hizo tantos progresos que sus superiores lo nombraron ministro de los japoneses de Balete, jurisdicción de Dilao.

Evangelizador en Japón

En 1612, bien preparado por el contacto diario con los nipones, el beato Francisco hizo su primer viaje a Japón. Durante dos años pudo desarrollar una breve pero intensa labor misionera: anuncio del Evangelio en japonés con soltura, traducción de libros religiosos (Vidas de Santos, un Catecismo, varios opúsculos devocionales) que facilitaron su tarea, y atención a los leprosos de Asakusa hasta contagiarse con la enfermedad.

El 27 de octubre de 1614, por decreto imperial, el beato Galvez y los demás misioneros tuvieron que abandonar el territorio y regresar a Manila, pues Japón no se abrió a los europeos hasta el siglo XIX, y las persecuciones contra los cristianos no terminaron hasta el año 1873. Pero fray Francisco se las ingenió para regresar, porque allá había dejado a un pequeño grupo de cristianos que él mismo bautizó, y necesitaban de su presencia, apoyo, consejos y consuelos. En 1616, con la armada del Gobernador de Filipinas, llegó hasta Singapur, desde donde pudo llegar a Malaca, colonia portuguesa donde los franciscanos, seis años antes, habían obtenido del rey de Camboya permiso para evangelizar en su territorio. Sólo encontró una galeota que viajaba a Japón, pero no admitía pasajeros, y menos misioneros, pues aún estaba reciente el decreto de expulsión. Entonces recurrió a una estratagema: se tiznó de negro y se contrató como galeón o remero, a cambio de una pequeña ración diaria de arroz. Pero todo lo soportó con paciencia, incluso el año y medio que tuvo que esperar en Macao, antes de tocar suelo japonés.

Cumplido su propósito, aún pudo moverse con cierta libertad, gracias a la tolerancia de las autoridades locales. Incluso ejerció de mediador diplomático, entregando al príncipe de Voxu, Masamuné, por encargo del beato Luis de Sotelo, martirizado poco después en Omura, unas cartas y presentes que traía de parte del rey de España y del Papa. Fray Francisco fue bien recibido y agasajado, con orden de atenderle en todo lo necesario, y con la asignación de un lugar tranquilo donde poder dedicarse sin molestias a la evangelización. Gracias a este especial privilegio del príncipe Masamuné, el Beato Gálvez pudo desarrollar una intensa y fructuosa actividad misionera en los territorios de Voxy y Mongami, multiplicando las conversiones.

Martirizado en Yedo (Tokio)

Aún no se habían agotado las anteriores órdenes de expulsión, cuando, en agosto de 1623, el Emperador nombró nuevo "shogum" o jefe de gobierno a Iemitsu. Y éste, al ver que no se cumplían con demasiado rigor, ordenó eliminar a los cristianos, prometiendo honores y dinero a quiénes los denunciaran. Enseguida alguien (un cristiano renegado, o un bonzo que se hizo pasar por tal) delató ante el gobernador a los cristianos y misioneros de Yedo, la actual Tokio, entre ellos al jesuita siciliano Jerónimo de los Ángeles. Fray Francisco Gálvez fue apresado en Kamakura, antes de poder huir con el japonés converso Hilario Mongazaimón, síndico de la orden franciscana. Con él apresaron también a fray Juan Cambo, que había sido portero en el antiguo convento de Nagasaki, a fray Padre Doxico, a Hilario y a su esposa Marina, con confiscación de todos sus bienes.

Los llevaron a Yedo, y fueron presentados ante el Consejo del Emperador. Acusado de engañar a los conversos japoneses arriesgando sus vidas, el beato Francisco respondió en voz alta y en elegante japonés: "Yo no he engañado a nadie, ni predico falsa doctrina, ni he sido causa de muerte; antes bien, por amor de Jesucristo, verdadero Dios y verdadero Salvador del mundo, y por amor de sus escogidos los cristianos, les he predicado la verdad y verdadera salvación, sin la cual nadie se puede salvar, ni vuestras mercedes se salvarán, si no creen lo que yo predico. No he sido causa de la muerte de los cristianos, sino vuestras Mercedes lo son, que se la dan injustamente".

No le dejaron seguir hablando. En prisión se encontró con fray Jerónimo de los Ángeles, apresado pocos días antes que él. Se alegraron de verse, se confesaron mutuamente, se prepararon para morir y animaron a los demás cristianos detenidos con ellos. Cuando llegó Iemitsu a Yedo, condenó a muerte a los 51 detenidos, ordenando que los pasearan por las calles de la Corte antes de ser quedamos vivos en la hoguera. En el cortejo iban tres grupos: el primero estaba encabezado por el P. Jerónimo de los Ángeles, a caballo, y el hermano laico Simón Yempo y 17 condenados más a pie. El segundo lo presidía fray Francisco Gálvez a caballo, con otros 16 condenados tras él. A la cabeza del tercer grupo iba Faramondo, caballero pariente y primo del Emperador, noble y rico, que se bautizó en Osaka en 1600 y había sido torturado en una anterior persecución.

El martirio se consumó el 4 de diciembre de 1623: dos jesuitas, el beato Francisco Gálvez y 47 "cordígeros" o franciscanos seglares, fueron quedamos vivos en una gran plaza de las afueras de Yedo, a la vista de muchos nobles y señores que habían sido invitados a los festejos de la investidura del shogun, y de un gran gentío, también cristianos, que acudieron de todas partes. Aunque pusieron guardia para los cristianos no retiraran sus restos y cenizas, pero éstos supieron esperar hasta la cuarta noche, cuando ya nadie vigilaba.

En poco tiempo, los cristianos de Japón quedaron sin sacerdotes y reducidos al silencio y la clandestinidad, hasta que fueron descubiertos de nuevo en 1865, año en que se volvió a permitir la entrada de misioneros católicos en el país.


Jerónimo de Angelis había nacido en Enna (Sicilia) en 1567, y en su juventud se decidió por estudiar leyes con las miras puestas en ejercer de abogado. Pero accedió a hacer una tanda de ejercicios espirituales y en ellos descubre que su verdadera vocación es la vida religiosa, y opta por la Compañía de Jesús en la que ingresa en 1585. Se ofrece para las misiones y no estaba aún ordenado de sacerdote cuando es destinado al Japón. Parte para allí en compañía del Beato Carlos Spínola, pero su viaje duraría seis años por ser muy accidentado. Parten de Lisboa, llegan a Brasil y luego a Puerto Rico, donde unos piratas ingleses los obligan a ir a Londres y de aquí vuelven a Lisboa, de donde reemprenden el viaje, llegando por fin a Japón en 1602. Una vez ordenado sacerdote, trabaja en Suxini, funda la cristiandad de Sarunga y llega la orden de salida del Japón en 1614, pero él se queda secretamente en Nagasaki. Recorre varias regiones en las que no estaba establecida aún ninguna comunidad cristiana y logra crear varias. Visita el acantonamiento de Zugaru, donde estaban recluidos muchos confesores de la fe, condenados a una vida de fatigas y privados de los sacramentos. Evangeliza también en la isla de Yeso. En 1622 se le nombra superior de la misión de Yeddo, donde se establece. Se dice que había logrado convertir unas diez mil personas. Puso empeño en convertir personas escogidas e influyentes pensando que así el evangelio se expandiría con mayor fuerza. Su detención se debió a que oyó decir que León Takeya, su hospedador, sería puesto en libertad si el padre De Angelis se entregaba. Lo meditó y se entregó. En el interrogatorio se negó a decir quién lo hospedaba. Llevado a la cárcel encontró en ella cincuenta cristianos, entre ellos su compañero de martirio Simón Yempo, y también el P. Francisco Gálvez. A finales de noviembre fue condenado a muerte.

Nota: La imagen que grafica este artículo corresponde al beato Jerónimo de Angelis.


Simón Yempo había nacido en Notzu, en el reino de Findo (Japón) en 1580. Inclinado a la vida interior ingresó en su juventud en un monasterio budista. Pero su superior se hizo cristiano y él se interesó entonces por el cristianismo y se convirtió también. En 1598 entró en una escuela de catequistas que tenían los jesuitas y, obtenida esta condición, fue catequista a lo largo de veinticinco años con mucho celo, trabajando sin cansancio y viviendo con mucha austeridad. Fue admitido como hermano en la Compañía de Jesús. Acompañó mucho tiempo al P. Jerónimo de Angelis en sus correrías apostólicas. Encarcelado cuando él, trabajó en la cárcel por la conversión de otros presos, y fue condenado a muerte por su condición de cristiano y propagandista de la religión.

El 7 de julio de 1867, Pío XI los beatificaba con los otros 201 mártires ejecutados en Japón entre los años 1617 y 1632.

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