Mothers of Sorrow

Opening of Ceremony, September 15, 2011
Welcome by Dr. Mary Ann Lackovich
President of the 31 World Congress of Poets
Invocation by William P. Schmitt, Jr.
Vice-President of the 31 World Congress of Poets
The National Anthem of the United States of America
by Singer – Laurie Lewis
“Shine On Me”
Laurie Lewis
Gospel Singer
Prayer for Forgiveness
Rev. George John Kuyappil, MST
Visiting Chaplain at St. Joseph’s Home (Kenosha, WI)
“Mother’s Love”
Stacey Mia, Ashley Dennis, Creig Flatley
Lyrics by Marn Ann Lackovich & Stacy Mia
“Love Me When You Can”
Elma Photikarm
Multi-award Winning Poet & Lecturer on Poetry
“Ashley’s Song”
Ashley Dennis
Inspired by Ashley’s Diary
Prayer for Mothers
Rev. George John Kuyappil, MST
Visiting Chaplain at St. Joseph’s Home (Kenosha, WI)
“Song of Birth and Death”
Dr. William Marr
Ph.D., Nuclear Engineer (Chicago) and Chinese Poet
“Prayer for Change in the Heart of Man”
Rev. George John Kuyappil, MST
Visiting Chaplain at St. Joseph’s Home
(Kenosha, Wisconsin USA)
“Gardens and Gandhi”
Prasad Gollanapalli
Gandhian Scholar and World Lecturer
“Mayor’s Proclamation”
Frank Pacetti
City of Kenosha Administrator
“I Keep Seeing Rainbows”
John Bush
Lyrics by Mary Ann Lackovich and Stacey Mia
Sponsors for the event
“Uplifting Mothers of Sorrow”
and
“I Keep Seeing Rainbows”
John Bush
Lyrics by Mary Ann Lackovich and Stacey Mia

September 15, 2012
Kenosha Lakefront
6 p.m. Sharp

Event Poster

 

One Response to
Mothers of Sorrow

  1. Stacey Mia says:

    The weather was Heaven sent. The event was so inspiring. One of the secrets of peace is that women, particularly mothers, need to expose their sorrows to change the hearts of mankind.

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