|February 28, 2013|
Jayme Asmar: Getting Her Just Desserts
When Jayme Asmar decided become a pastry chef her parents were not
sweet on the idea until they realized how happy their daughter is in the
kitchen. The 26-year-old is the youngest of four
|January 31, 2013|
Theresa Sitto: 'Being Open-Minded Will Get You Married'
Theresa Sitto founded MATCHaldean, a confidential matchmaking service, in July
2009 with the mission: "keep the Chaldean culture and community alive by
confidentially connecting compatible Chaldeans."
|January 10, 2013|
Sr. Rose Mariam Ayar: Joining the Fold
Sr. Rose Mariam Ayar recently celebrated her Profession of First Vows and now
carries the letters O.P. after her name, meaning Ordinis Praedicatorum -- of
the Order of Preachers. The former West
|May 25, 2012|
'We can do big things if we just stick together'
After winning the title of Miss Michigan, Kristen Danyal is headed to Las Vegas
to compete in the Miss USA pageant on June 3. The resident of Sterling Heights
graduates in June from U of D Mercy with a degree
|May 1, 2012|
Christians Still Under Attack
When Iraq's new ambassador to the Holy See presented his credentials, Pope
Benedict XVI stated unequivocally that this was a Church in a struggle for her
very survival. Mark Riedemann for Where God
|March 30, 2012|
Sister Therese Shikwana: 'I enjoy my life'
Sister Therese Shikwana is a pioneer in the United States, moving here from
Iraq in 1973 when the Chaldean community was still quite small. "I came with
tears," she admitted to Co-Publisher Martin Manna
|March 1, 2012|
Shenandoah's John Loussia: "Our Future Looks Bright"
As Shenandoah Country Club heads into year nine as a Chaldean-owned
establishment, the executive board is executing new programs, new initiatives
and creating new committees. Chaldean News
|January 27, 2012|
with Governor Rick Snyder
Gov. Rick Snyder: ‘This is a time for great optimism'
he enters his second full year of office overseeing troubled Michigan,
Republican Gov. Rick Snyder answers our
|May 31, 2011|
Congressman Gary Peters: Advocating for refugees
Congressman Gary Peters (D-Michigan) is serving in his second term in the U.S.
House of Representatives representing much of Oakland County. He recently sat
down with Co-Publisher Mike Sarafa to discuss
|April 28, 2011|
Iraq's Duraid H. Tobiya Zoma: "The situation is not normal"
Dr. Duraid H. Tobiya Zoma is a political consultant for minority affairs of
Nineveh Governor in Iraq. He was in Michigan last month; Co-publisher and
Editor in Chief Vanessa Denha Garmo sat down with
|February 28, 2011|
Confessions of the Shenandoah Wedding Staff
Overly competitive brides, scores of last-minute guests, precocious children
who grab the microphone and won't give it back — they've seen it all at
Shenandoah Country Club. The West Bloomfield
|January 28, 2011|
Leading Macomb County forward
On the last day of last year, Mark Hackel was sworn in as the first County
Executive in Macomb County, which has a large and growing Chaldean community.
Hackel's rise to this position was made possible