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It’s that time of year when everyone thinks about making New Year’s resolutions. If you’re like most Americans, you probably have lofty goals to lose weight and get fit, to learn a new language or start ...

Category: Holidays and Observances

New Year’s Day might be centered around football, parades and parties, but there’s much more to the day than the Rose Bowl and Hoppin’ John. Although these saints might not be some of the most famous, t ...

Category: Religion, Christianity

Whether you’re looking for new books to explore your faith or to give out as gifts, we have a list of books that might fit the bill. Check out some of these great tomes that have received excellent reviews and will ...

Category: Religion

It’s the season when people think of family, harmony and peace. No matter what holiday you celebrate in the winter season, you probably dream of a world without war, hatred and hostility. Many people have imagined ...

Category: Equal Rights, Human Rights, Social Equality

A carol is a song (or dance) of praise and joy. Christmas carols have messages of happiness, anticipation and fun. Although many people do complain about hearing the same Christmas music over and over throughout the seas ...

Category: Holidays and Observances

Marguerite de Navarre was the sister of Francis I, King of France, and a queen in her own right due to marrying King Henry III. Marguerite supported many of the men of the Reformation. One historian believes that she mig ...

Category: Religion

By the time you read this, it will be too late to celebrate the feast day of Saint Nicholas, but you can still remember this real figure in history. Nicholas is the patron saint of merchants, children, pawnbrokers and br ...

Category: Holidays and Observances

The ULC supports many charitable organizations, including the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Our blogs often focus on what you can do to prevent domestic violence and to educate you about domestic violence ...

Category: Aid

After watching some of the major disasters over the past several months, Hurricanes Irma and Harvey, forest fires in the western U.S and earthquakes in Mexico, most people's empathy is on high. Those who have gone unaf ...

Category: Aid, Disasters, Environment, Religion

The United States has so much religious heritage that is preserved in seminaries and museums. If you can’t get to one of these spots, check your local religious university for exhibits within its walls that will he ...

Category: Religion, Christianity, Judaism