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The first thing we did was feed her. For this task, I began learning some of the 36 words in elephant language. She would curl her trunk and extend it to receive the tasty stalks. She listened quite well and seemed more than pleased with this meal. The sound of her chomping was captivating; though it was the sight of her munching that drew me in most. She would grab the grass with her curled trunk, and eventually place it in her mouth, guiding it deeper inside and exposing her thick tongue while graciously flapping her ears with each crunch.
I was enthralled being so close to my enormous animal friend and now hoped my day with an elephant would never end. I pet her leathery skin, on her side and trunk, and showed her my love, all while learning more about elephant habits. A pallet of brightly colored natural paints was placed in front of me, preceded by another array of ice cold drinks they are clearly into pampering at Elefantastic! I never realized how Zen it could be to paint an elephant trunk. It was also during this time that he decided to become a priest.
In the summer of , he began his theological studies in Munich, which he later continued at the University of Bonn and the seminary in Cologne. He was ordained to the priesthood on April 13, , in the Minorite Church in Cologne.
His first posting was as chaplain in Elberfeld. Here he became acquainted with an association for Catholic journeymen, which had been founded in with the active assistance of the teacher Gregor Johann Breuer, and in , he was elected as its praeses. In this association later renamed the Catholic Journeymen's Association , young men - mostly journeymen of the trades - came together for social activities, as well as educational programs.
While he had for a long time played with the idea of some day pursuing an academic career, he now recognized that working with and for these young men was his real vocation. Since he had been a journeyman himself for many years and was therefore well acquainted with the problems of these young men, he dedicated the rest of his life first and foremost to addressing these issues.
In , he came to Cologne; as curate at the Cathedral, he had the time to dedicate himself to the expansion of the Catholic Journeymen's Association through exemplary action, through his travels, and through his writings. In addition, he was widely recognized as a public communicator and popular writer in broad segments of the Catholic population. In his few remaining years, the Association expanded steadily; by , there were already over Journeymen's Associations in numerous countries of Europe and even overseas.
Father Kolping, Rector of the Minorite Church since , gave no heed to his own health while he threw himself relentlessly into his work in these many different areas. This tireless commitment exhausted the energies of this man prematurely; Adolph Kolping died on December 4, , a few days short of his 52nd birthday. In the Diocese of Sagar Fr. Seven Kolping groups were established.
This paved a great growth for Kolping. Together with these groups, Fr. Akkarakaran realized religious educational work and social actions. Girls participated in sewing courses and work assignments for men. During the visit of the author to the individual Kolping Families in India from February 23 until March 9, , accompanied by the diocesan Praeses Msgr. The Kolping Society during its infancy stage had to face a number of problems.
With the sudden demise of Fr. Victor Santiago as National Director. This gave new impetus to Kolping India to continue to work for the cause of the poor people. The Kolping National Centre was planned in and the National Office was shifted to its new and own premises at Velachery, Chennai in after functioning for more than 17 years in Coimbatore. Until October , Fr. Victor Santiago with his untiring efforts, implemented in letter and spirit, the high ideals of blessed Adolph Kolping in Indian soil with the guidance and support of the International Kolping Society.
As a culmination of his community building effort, he carried out the democratic election process among the Kolping members in to elect the National Board for Kolping India. Ironically, they remained loyal, thus forestalling the brewing mutiny.
On 20 December, while she was attempting to dash out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , through the British blockade she ran into a squadron of three British frigates. The British chased South Carolina for 18 hours and fired on her for two hours before she struck her colours in the Delaware River. She had a crew of about men when captured, of whom she lost six men killed and eight wounded.
The British suffered no casualties. Astraea and Quebec captured Hope and Constance , which was carrying tobacco. The British did not take South Carolina into service because she was too lightly framed for the Royal Navy. The problem was that South Carolina ' s hull had hogged as a consequence of the weight of her guns.
American warship designers subsequently put much more longitudinal strength into the design of their frigates. The British put South Carolina up for sale to private parties for use as a merchantman. She carried some German soldiers, some of whom may well earlier have served on her as marines.
There is no information about what happened to South Carolina thereafter though the discovery during World War II of a ship's bell with the name South Carolina on it in a jute mill between Calcutta and the coast on the Ganges River in India suggests that she may have reached the Indian Ocean. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Battle of the Delaware Capes.