The Ostuni Declaration

Remembering events and people that have made life livable and lovable.

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December 8, 2020 App Interview

Life’s goals and hard work pays off

StoryTelling Interview: Beating Breast Cancer Mentally & Physically

Today I, Gentry Baldwin (18), interviewed my mom, Shannon Baldwin (48). We discussed her overall journey surviving breast cancer, and how the support of God and her community helped her overcome this disease.

THE BOSS 2.0 (Keiah Williams)

Interviewer( Sa’Nia Nunley) 18, we Keiah Williams is my manager at A&M Healthcare Clinic Interviewee(Keiah Williams) 29. In this internet we discussed Ms. Keiah’s journey and how the path she is on has benefited her and effected her life. She...

Joann Staats Nelson with Dorothy Nelson Zerbe

We talked about many aspects of Joann’s life growing up, college education, work, marriage, raising children, aging well and faith.

Elitza Taleva and Lori Motola

Elitza talked about identifying as a being of love and light and how she has triumphed over difficult circumstances to follow what she describes as a divine stairway to her own, personal life purpose.

Fred Billotto (grandpa)

We talked about many of the events and people in his life that shaped him to be the person that he is. He also shared one of the things that he is most grateful for and that is being born...

Race and Religion in America

Adam Karlek (21) and Jeremy Nicks (22) talk about Adam’s experiences in American society regarding race and religion while discussing what we wish to see change in American culture.

Virtue Ethics

Talking to my dad about this unit in theology

"I wanted to see the world:" Sailor, History Buff Paulist Father Marcos Zamora

Paulist Father Marcos Zamora joined the U.S. Navy to see the world. In many ways, he'd already experienced a lot of world culture--he grew up in a multiethnic community in Chicago and he'd studied ancient cultures en route to becoming...

Exclusive inclusion

Ted discusses his views on organized religion, in particular Christianity, and his experiences with devout members of his family. He further explains how he uses his rational thinking to abide by his own moral code.

Mamma

My mom's not an orator, but she's been through life and to me that qualifies anyone to share their wisdom.

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Michelle Leff and Claire Kim

Michelle Leff (60) talks with her mother, Claire Kim (88), about Claire’s upbringing in Seoul, her love of reading, her decision to come to the United States, her career, and her family.

Interview with Milly Torres

My interview with my mother, Milly Torres, consists of a description of her life from her childhood to the present. There was much said about the difficulties in her life and how that led her to her beliefs and to...

Belief in God gets you through the hard times…. So on and so forth.

The importance of being good people, working hard and paying attention to others. Having a strong love for your family and a belief in God and practicing your religion is important because it can get you through the hard times....

Jamie Citerin and Laura McInturf

Jamie Citerin talks with her mother (64) about her life from growing up in Elkhart Indiana to family history, to being a young mother in the 1970's, from her faith to historical events that she has witnessed/experienced.

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Henry Gordon and Zubair Hassan

One Small Step conversation partners Zubair Hassan (84) and Henry Gordon (50) cover a range of political and miscellaneous topics. They find they both changed their political views in adulthood, regard medicine as poison, and believe religion should not other...

How many Brits does it take to talk feminism?

Emma Henderson interviews Lauren Sheath on feminism, faith, Michelle Obama and the value of a pun.

Lauren and Abi – 12/2/22

Lauren (18) asks Abi (19) about growing up in a small town. Abi tells about her family, friends, and faith molding her into the person she has become.

The story of Deanna Bagalawis

Deanna Bagalawis would like to be remembered as a kind, and warm hearted individual, who saw every human as equal and tried to reflect it in her day to day life. In this interview, she attributes her success to her...

John Kennedy Reflects on his Life and Legacy

Amy Keck interviews her 67-year-old father, John Kennedy. John was diagnosed with ALS in 2022 and reflects on his life and the legacy he hopes to leave.