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"america magazine" Discussed on The Free Agents

The Free Agents

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"america magazine" Discussed on The Free Agents

"I'm keeping domestic here. You guys are GonNa Laugh. You're gonNA think this is a terrible choice. Louisville Kentucky is my city who des. Okay okay come up before in names for potential expansion team and they used to have an ABA team way back in the day the Kentucky colonels. There's obviously a huge basketball community there with University of Louisville University Kentucky nearby so I I think that basketball community there they have an MBA sized arena. There they'll be probably I think the second biggest arena in the word and NBA Arena. You'd have a built in Fan Base. And you know it's actually travel for all of these teams around here. It's not as small as you're thinking bigger than Sacramento Atlanta Milwaukee Minneapolis and Lee. It might not be the most livable city. Though it was voted a large city category livable city in America by the US conference of mayors. Some when those mayors get together talk about the cities they liked but the important thing it was chosen as the manly est town in America magazine. Have you been to Louisville? Oh yeah I drive through. I stopped with from the highway. I really liked it my bed in my. I don't know thirty hours there. That's right. What a vote of confidence I drove. That's right you can drive to it another point for me all right keeping that you would bring it bring all right. Yeah they do love their basketball okay. Louisville is trace pick. I have the final and Fifth Picking City category while this is interesting had Vancouver on my list. Obviously task took that so you can scratch that one. I also had Montreal.

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"america magazine" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on Meaningful Conversations with Maria Shriver

"He's also someone who is in afraid to speak up and speak out about the Catholic church today day in day out father, Martin uses his voice to advocate for refugees migrants. The GP community the environment and more his views aren't always embraced by everyone. But I respect him for never wavering. And for always standing up for what he believes as a lifelong Catholic myself our conversation today is important one to me because well, it isn't so easy to be a Catholic these days. I think those of us who are Catholics. No that and feel that and that's why I wanted to talk with father Martin, and his perspective always gives me something to think about and I'm so grateful that he's joining us on meaningful conversations today. And I hope you'll give you something to think about as well. So I'm really excited to welcome to meaningful conversations father James Martin where actually sitting here talking in the America magazine headquarters in New York City, it's raining outside. So we have found sanctuary in the sanctuary the chapel here at America magazine, where he is editor at large and father Martin is a friend follow him on Twitter. He is a writer. He uses his voice in all kinds of ways. And I wanted to come and talk to him because as a Catholic I'm interested in where he thinks we are when it comes to Catholicism today. And also, I'm gonna admire of his because he uses his voice in areas that he gets pushed back from his own church. So welcome father Martin to meaningful conversations. Thanks, my pleasure. Welcome to American media. Yeah. There you go. So let me ask you let me begin with kind of where you find. Meaning in your. Life. How do you go about making your life meaningful? Well, it's great that you're asking me this chapel because it's pretty obvious. I find meaning in God more specifically in Jesus Christ. I'm a member of the society of Jesus commonly known as the Jesuits. And so my life is founded on Jesus's teachings, and he's he's at the center of my life. So that's actually an easy question for me to answer is it because you know, so many priests and or nuns have may be found Jesus to be the center of their lives, and then have deviated from that or have chosen to leave the priesthood or leave the convent and find another way have you ever wavered in that finding him to be the center of your life. No, I've never wavered in finding him. I really came to religion pretty late. I grew up as a kind of lukewarm Catholic. And I think it wasn't until my late twenties that I really started to think more seriously about this. It's hard sometimes faith in the church and in religion. But my faith in Jesus has really never wavered. I mean, he's constant. I mean, even though there's all these crises in the church. He remains constant. So how do you do that? So you you're you're find meaning him. You're sure of your faith were sitting in a chapel you didn't even waiver with that question. And yet you say it's hard to not waiver when it comes to the church, and I find myself as a Catholic feeling the same way. I love my parish, Saint Monica's in Santa Monica, California. I love my pastor Monsignor Torgersen. And I'm really angry at my church, and I love a lot of the nuns that educated me, and I went to the Jesuits at Georgetown, and I minored in theology. And yet, I'm so I find myself really questioning my church because of what's going on in my church. Yeah. That's not surprising. Your experience actually is very similar to most people's experience. Which is exactly what you said. I love my pastor. I love my church. I'm angry at for example, the bishops and the Vatican those kinds of things, and I think one of the first things for people to do. So admit that that's real right? These are. These are not fake questions or not, you know, small crises we're going through, but it's a human institution, and the church truly has been sinful ever since Saint Peter. I mean, you know, the first pope traditionally is a guy who denied Jesus three times, and the apostles were kind of a mess. Peter Paul were always arguing so a little church history..

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"america magazine" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Patsy Walker even before pets. He woke comics because. Patsy walker? I started she originated in Miss, America magazine. Just what you were saying earlier. Oh, girls don't recom- coastal may come of course, they do of. And they always have. Yes, it's amazing. Do you have favorites particular stories or books or runs of these titles? I have particular stories that I just love couple of Patsy Walker stories where pats he's sorority they're going to have dance and the girls have to ask the boys. So Patsy, of course, wants to ask buzz oh bus Baxter. That was air you go. She wants to ask. But of course, Hetty also wants to ask bus and this one is. Full of just running running after bus. And then when they get here the other one is there, and so they're pretending that nothing has happened because they wanna get buzz alone to invite him to the party. And finally because they neither of them will let the other one be alone with buzz finally, the two of them. Patsy and Hetty, they decide say, okay. Let's let bus pick who's he's going to go with and the loser. The what who you just pick asked to do the other ones homework over the weekend. So they go to buzz, and they give him this proposition. Me says Chee and bus is always so clueless. Ci that's nice of you girls. But I already accepted the invitation of I don't remember her name. But she's the geeky girl who asked him I saw in the last panel you see pats in Hetty sitting there, and they're each grumbling, and they reach doing each other's homework. Heady she had her own books coming out at sea. And the rivalry was for what it was. It was just so fun. So spirited the energy out of those comics is tremendous. I think that's where let you go because I know you've got to catch a flight checkout women of marvel where you and Judy talk about all kinds of amazing stories and fun stuff. And for listeners check out a new issue of love romances, which republishing as part of our eightieth anniversary. All right reprints. No, I wish it was reprinted. It's new stories. So we've been doing this. We did like all horror title like journey. No morals so old titles. Taking again doing new stories in that vein with a page of history some old covers so we're doing a romance one using love romances as title. Yeah. That'll come out February twentieth. Right. Yeah. It's really nice, and hopefully, all this can spark some people and get them excited to check out some of the classics and all these books that you. Picked up you got the conventions, and you know, people. I got them at conventions. They were a whole lot cheaper than they are now. Sure. Well, dig around a little bit find some old comics if you if you don't I struggle with sometimes having folks understand the beauty of comic from the forties or fifties. Or sixties the way it smells, the paper the texture everything about it. Like, it's a different experience. I'm fortunately, what also happens is when you take them out of their plastic bags immediately, little pieces of Brown paper falloff in crumble on the floor around you. That's probably need reprints. Yes. Thank you. Thank you. Okay. That was with Trina Robbins talking about romance comics, so cool. We're going to do our question of the week, Jamie. You just had a great question week. And it also ties into our main interview guests this week. Yes, we Ryan I are asking you who is your favorite marvel couple. You can tweet your answers using this week in marvel hashtag or Email them to twin podcast at marvel dot com. Or you can send a message to our Facebook page at Facebook dot com slash this week in marvel..

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"america magazine" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on KGO 810

"This one is fantastic. This by the way, reminds me of our own senators when they were grilling Jeff Zuckerberg, real headline from the Straits Times out of sync poor. Real headline does not compute colon Japan. Cyber security minister admits shunning PC's, comma, doesn't know what. A USB drive is. That's the guy in charge of cybersecurity for Japan. Yeah. According to the article from the underlying article articles, actually f-, France, a Japanese minister in charge of cybersecurity has provoked astonishment by admitting. He's never used a computer in his professional life. And appearing confused by the concept of a USB drive. Who sounds like some of our senators, I'm just saying and then on a local front for a not the onion headline. Real headline from the mortgage professionals of America magazine, MPA MAG Wells Fargo colon shareholders can't sue us because they should have known. We were lying. Of course. You can't sue me. Wells Fargo, Gordon the article in NPA MAG dot com. Wells Fargo is adopting an unusual defense against the shareholder lawsuit. Not the BJ are rule. No. Claiming essentially that shareholders can't hold the Bank accountable for CEO. Tim Sloan Stevens said it was quote working to restore trust and be more transparent about it scandals because it should have been obvious that low Sloan was lying. Oh, my word that is awful the defense, which Wells Fargo put forth an illegal filing aimed at getting a shareholder lawsuit. Dismissed relies on the legal concept of puffery. That's marketing jargon, basically. Let's get to our criminal though of the day because it's Friday, and we have to have air criminal not the onion headline of.

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"america magazine" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"And we're back and just one more point specifically on the cavenaugh hearing, and you know where we're at as of this recording. There are a bunch of different institutions that were used to sort of prop him up like Lindsey, Graham yesterday was saying, you know, we have these institutions that recognize greatness. Recognize a great person. For instance, quote, here's my understanding. If you lived a good life, people would recognize it like the American Bar Association has the gold standard. And so he was citing the American Bar Association as a way of and what they think matters when it comes to Brett Cavanaugh, and they came out and said, we, you guys need to delay the vote until there's a thorough FBI investigation. Suddenly, Fox News was calling them the liberal American bars who's right now as we all know, right. And now like the dean of the l. law school is saying. Saying that they need to delay the vote until there's an investigation and America magazine, which is a Jesuit publication, which initially endorsed him as now just calling formed outright. Remove yourself from consider said they quote believed his candidacy had ultimately become unsustainable. Yes, so so there you go, but something you guys are talking about about like lighting, a fuse and not knowing where it lead. I do think we need to return to the subject of some sort of civil war. He's been. We talked about it after Charlottesville last year, and you know the New Yorker published an article where they interviewed different people who have fought in or worked on civil war slick around the world or like you know, been security people or military personnel in various civil wars around the world, and they were all like, yeah, I think America's definitely. A position where something like that could happen, and they all pointed to the fact that it really seems like there are two completely different sides that have to unresolvable versions of reality, and it's like, what do we think is going to happen? Do we think that one side is going to win an election and just that's it? No. And just come Vince the other side? No, I've been saying this for years. Yeah, like and so it it sucks because I've been saying it but also like fascists have been accusing us. They're, you know, they're preparing for Shiva warns like you guys have the guns and militia. So we're just trying to get rights for trans people. Right? Like that is not the same. But I have I strongly, I still strongly believe that. I mean, it may not be a full nation full blown out civil war. But like I do believe that we're going to see insurrections from these bug paramilitary groups from these fascist groups who are going to try and do the the thing that the Bundy family did. They're gonna lace claim to some property, some federal property or some government property or trying kill a bunch of Brown people like they have in in Tulsa Oklahoma or in Philadelphia like it. It has happened before and Eric is likely to happen again and what we need to do as like be cautious, but also be prepared. I know a lot of leftists who have been like screaming at the top of my lungs. This is the moment that I've been warning you about in their coming off his crazy, but it's like it is it's credible. Well, if the fear and the hatred is. Real, and we just need to be aware of it. And I think people on the left and you know, especially moderate people on the left are the always the quickest to call the idea of a civil war out as like insane. Yeah, alarmist..

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"america magazine" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Newsradio eight forty W H E S Louisville an iheartradio station. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Despite multiple calls for an FBI investigation. The Senate Judiciary committee plans to vote in the morning on the supreme court nomination of bread Cavanaugh after Christine Blasi Ford detailed or allegations of sexual improprieties against cavenaugh when they were in high school together cavenaugh vehemently denied any wrongdoing before the committee, he came in with an extremely angry town, but he was also highly emotional, I mean, women were constantly tweeting suppose a woman were crying like that. It would have been a disaster. But he was allowed to get away with it. ABC news chief political analyst Cokie Roberts, moderate, Tennessee, Republican. Bob corker announced he would vote for the cavenaugh nomination. The American Bar Association is the latest to call for an FBI probe of cavenaugh before the nomination moves forward. After initially endorsing cavenaugh, the weekly Jesuit publication, America magazine withdrew its backing in Minneapolis trial has been ordered for the police officer who shot and killed a woman who'd called for help in twenty seven. I haven't been county judge denying motion to dismiss charges of third degree murder and second degree manslaughter against Minneapolis. Police officer Mohammad nor in the fatal shooting of Justin Damon, nor and another officer were responding to a nine one one. Call placed by Damon who claims she had heard a possible sexual assault happening near her home. She was fatally shot when she approached the police car, the judge setting officer his trial for April. Ryan burrow, ABC news to pilots dead to passengers on hospital critical lists after their private jet crashed after landing at Greenville, South Carolina. Breaking in to as it went down a steep embankment at runways and.

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"america magazine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"News Radio seven hundred w ELL Cincinnati. Reactions coming in with one vote planned tomorrow with the nine o'clock reports I'm Jack crumley breaking now President Trump said yesterday that he would be willing to change his mind, but after hours of testimony from Brett Cavanaugh and Christine Blasi Ford. The president is standing by his pick. Came down President Trump took to Twitter seconds after the hearing ended on Capitol Hill. President Trump tweeted an emphatic show of support for his supreme court nominee break Cavanaugh and a push for the Senate to move forward on a confirmation vote. The president writing on Twitter, quote, judge cavenaugh showed America exactly why I nominated him. His testimony was powerful honest and riveting Mr. Trump slammed what he called Democrats search and destroy strategy inside the process was an effort by the minority party to delay, obstruct and resist. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Arizona Republican Jeff flake telling Cavanagh that the committee had to let the woman who accused him of sexual assault. Christine Blasi Ford testify became that, great difficulty for her and offered compelling testimony. You've come and done the same. I am sorry for what's happened to you and your family as I'm sorry for what has happened to hers. This is not a good process. But it's all we've got with continuing coverage of the cavenaugh hearing. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Others reacting to today's testimony America magazine, which is a Jesuit publication. That's the same Catholic order that ran cavenaugh school. It has posted an editorial saying it is rescinding its endorsement of Kavanagh's nomination. The Senate Judiciary committee is expected to vote tomorrow morning. Now believe is traffic and weather together. Still.

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"america magazine" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"The sort of separation of kids from their families the lying about it the pudding of kids in cages i think is really reprehensible and i think a religious leaders you know and people in general need to say the call it what it is which is sin in a country that enshrines separation of church and state in the constitution we never need to use religion to justify a government policy but american politicians love to do it and the trump administration is doing it to justify their policy of child abuse at the southern border attorney general jeff sessions has cited what he calls biblical justification using a bible passage that was frequently used to justify slavery and now kellyanne conway has come along and pulled catholocism into this fight at the same time that the pope and catholic bishops and catholic priests have objected to what the president is doing to children at the southern border kellyanne conway used it unusual preface to her comments yesterday in which she repeated the trump lie that what's happening to children on the southern border is the democrats fault and not a direct order issued by donald trump here are the words kellyanne conway used to try to build credibility to her lying yesterday she said she was speaking quote as a mother as a catholic as somebody who's got a conscience mother as a catholic as somebody who has got a conscience and wouldn't say the junk that somebody said apparently allegedly i will tell you that nobody likes his policy so the president on camera that he wants this to end but everybody has congress and joining us now with reaction the most reverend michael curry presiding bishop of the piscopo church and father james martin jesuit priest and the editor at large of the catholic publication america magazine and father martin i'm going to go to.

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"america magazine" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

WHYR 96.9 FM

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

"The pleas of the blood of the unborn it's been an absolute cornerstone of conservative christianity in this country abortion is mortar is driven evangelical to the polls in singleminded forever it's inspired political candidates to pander with claims such as conception resulting from a rape must be the will of god it has one federal official forcibly preventing multiple refugee rape victims from accessing abortion services they are so very certain that this is what god warns a provocative article headlined pro born a former evangelical on the single issue politics of white christians appeared recently in religion dispatches magazine and the author doctor bradley onishi we'll be with us this week on stateable bully clergy who do actual damage to seoul's with their heresy father james martin for example is allowed to murad all over the world with his incessant gay garbage he's an acclaimed public speaker popular author longtime editor of america magazine and mildmannered jesuit priest named to the vatican secretariat of communication the same guy a new york times headline find recently labelled the scariest catholic in america i'll try to find out why later in the hour when father james martin returns to stay to belief radio but first the we leading we we was no we in the weeks st louis peru think mass shooting at delman douglas high school in parkland florida we've seen activism and organizing a round reducing gun violence in this country continue in a way that's different different from previous massacres perhaps the articulate survivors student activists captured the media's attention more effectively than previous efforts perhaps instead of becoming known to the frequency in size of recent shootings americans or finally truly fed up notably this week volks reported that since that terrible valentine's day one more thing has been different there has not been a surge in gun sales like we saw incredibly radha after other mass shootings in recent years so with national events around this issue scheduled for the.

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"america magazine" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"This is a state agency and i think mandating this by law or by some kind of statewide policy policies a bad idea but if this works why not marty in los angeles marty you're on the michael medved show michael and i agree with you with your last comment i'm sixty seven and i think i've to my i believe i have pinpointed the kind of ground zero to how the left started more seeing into what it is today when i was uh it was about nineteen seventy the old mike douglas show had a teacher is a guest who'd been teaching for about thirty years sin he was there to tell people of an alarming something alarming that started happening in his classrooms heat noticed that the kids were all quiet unlike previous years where kids are rowdy and screaming and lasting or whatever all of these kids were quiet not a peep out of them and why he determined they were scared stiff basically be 'cause they're older siblings who were constantly fighting with the parents the turmoil of the '60s but he thinks a lot of it got down to the turmoil in given houses with the parents were conflict arguing with the younger with their teenage kid repelling and this so kind to terrifies them fascinating a let me respond to that stay with me marty uh what caused the shift in our educational system particular higher education we'll get to it on the medved show the the core the catch a glimpse of just how ancient and strong are christian faith truly is taken drive up the jersey turnpike say what i'll explain next on breakpoint them from the colson center for christian worldview here's eric metaxas with breakpoint how cool would it be to walk into a church filled with worshippers all speaking the same language that jesus and his apostles spoke you might think that you'd need a time machine well you don't you don't even need to go to the middle east new jersey will do a recent article in america magazine told the story of an aramaic speaking christian community fifteen minutes west of manhattan in parameters new jersey they are known variously as qiao the ins a syrians in syriac christians cyriaque being a dialect of aramaic you may be thinking aramaic well aramaic not hebrew was the language of everyday life in first century palestine we see evidence of this.

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"america magazine" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on Unorthodox

"It's delightful ideas just a magical human being and our gentile of the week is june thomas she's managing producer of sleep podcasts and one of a host of the double so we got a lot going on before that lilic what's what's going on with you i think that the highlight of this past week as i'm sure you agree was or visit two which is radical the original goal juridical juridical via free i cannot do that things like that s imaginable i know i i you know but it's like it yet jesuitical so get winter we went on the the official podcast of the jesuit movement of all christians wherever wherever they are it's like the podcast for he'd be on catholics basically went on asher wednesday which was nettie so first of all the thing that struck me is because i'm a huge fan of the show and listen to it every week are also subscriber to america magazine amazing but the thing that struck me the most is that these three lovely polite young humid beings for the first time i think ever in their podcasts were actually interrupted because usually it's like here's what i think that is a good point here is what i think and we came on as i never learn at lissette it was really funny because i feel like at a certain point we were like we have questions for you as i know were on your show but we like half a series of questions we like you to answer we we jude it up and i have to say the best part of their office is the cardboard cut out in the kitchen of the pope giving a thumbs up who would we have our lives of at the tablet offices in like look i will not to equate them but i would like it to be drake just like the the the the hotline bling dancing injuries later or barbra streisand yeah something like that or like maybe the raby like go all out above jared was very very strong go like kulik nisha cup of raby or something like that could to all of them by the beatles sergeant collect them all the funniest part about being on judge acl is that they asked us what they should give up for lent which is very.

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"america magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The greek and translations of that phrase lead us not very and pope francis is now waiting on how they might be improved and until the surname number four now and gave chase yang will come yet attests home test france's told the italian bishops channel tv two thousand last week it's not a good translation the pope says it shouldn't be lead us into temptation we fall into temptation god doesn't push us he says well for more on the significance of these words and the pope's opinion of them we turn to father james martin he suggests you a priest editoratlarge of america magazine and author of the book jesus of pilgrimage welcome to the program much again my pleasure if the issue here is that christians believe god would not actively lead them into temptation a how is it taking a couple of millennia for this translation to be revisited well it's actually a question that's been bedevilling translators for a long time jesus would have said the prayer in aramaic and it was translated into greek and of course there are different translations of of the greek words uh i think what's challenging people is that some media uh sort of outlets have said the pope is changing the are fond but it's really is looking for a better translation but if christians don't believe that god should lead us into temptation implying that it's possible that he might uh wouldn't that may guide of passive enabler of people who do entry into temptation it doesn't make sense that god would lead us into temptation the home e example i came up with a few days ago was if you're crossing the street eurochild crossing the street with your parent you know you would say to your parent protect me from the traffic into the oncoming traffic you would never say do not lead me into the traffic 300 nudity obvious at the parent would not do that and i think that's what.

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"america magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Prayer which begins our father or in latin paternoster is a translation from the greek and lesions of that phrase lead us not very and pope francis is now weighed in on how they might be improved equipment until the show name number now and gave chase yang will come yet at this from a test of france's told the italian bishops channel tv two thousand last week it's not a good translation the pope says it shouldn't be lead us into temptation we fall into temptation god doesn't push us he says well for more on the significance of these words and the pope's opinion of them we turn to father james martin he's a jesuit priest editoratlarge of america magazine and author of the book jesus of pilgrimage welcome to the program much again my pleasure if the issue here is that christians believe god would not actively lead them into temptation a how is it taken a couple of millennia for this translation to be revisited well it's actually a question that's been bedevilling translators for a long time jesus would have said the prayer in aramaic and it was translated into greek and of course other different translations of of the greek words uh i think what's challenging people is that some media uh some sort of outlets have said the pope is changing the are father but it's really is looking for a better translation but if christians don't believe that god should lead us into temptation implying that it's possible that he might uh wouldn't that may god of passive enabler of people who do entry into temptation it it doesn't make sense that god would lead us into temptation uh the home e example i came up with a few days ago was if you're crossing the street eurochild crossing the street with your parent you know you would say to your parent you know protect me from the traffic into the oncoming traffic you would never say do not lead me into the traffic with the.

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"america magazine" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Helping to hunt down other critic and it okay this is the key did you see the film you read the bureaucratic red eye by saw the film read the book threetime okay i've never read the book but i saw the film the film was very painful to watch i can't recommend it because even though it's brilliant it's very painful there's torture there there's a lot of it that's just unpleasant that's my opinion but it's a great film nonetheless yeah i don't think in the film it is clear that he made the right decision another words okay it was my take away it was my take away from the film that when he when he steps on the i can't remember what it's called is national who me the fumio when he steps on that whatever i didn't have a problem with the idea that that was in fact jesus speaking to him in other words innocent saying it's okay don't worry about it right i didn't have a problem with that what i did have a problem with with what happens after that and you just mentioned it he now begins to work for the japanese in a sense stockholm syndrome he decides that his persecutors are are not so bad and he's going to help them that was sickening that was area as it bothers me not that christ would would be understanding of you in a moment of weight right under physical torture right doing something but that but but again it's to hold the haitian he didn't just step on an icon and then guy he he he he actually be home a collaborator like on like it's like a member of the french resistance incapsula by the nazis and switching sides and going to work for them that's what the pre and in an interview with america magazine the official jesuit magazine of america father martin who is the most prominent jesuit in america it van adviser to pope francis says explicitly that jesus appeared to this pre in prayer and told him to a pot decide now what i do is i take saint ignatius oil the founder of the jesuit has a method called the role for discerning spirit it's a way to find out when you're praying in a spirit appears to you whether weather is from god or from the devil there is a method if they scientific method that saint ignatius developed that every jesuit.

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"america magazine" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"So america magazine reported this week that there was a meeting at the vatican and sean spicer was there and they have a photograph of him in america magazine this week where he is shaking hands with the pope and not only is he meaning the pope but over his shoulder is his mother his wife and his two children so the whole spicer family got to meet the pope this week and perhaps a nice little end to what was a very turbulent white house career for sean spicer my favorite thing about all of this is that a lot was mood over the pope's pretty dour face when he posed with president trump but the picture of him shaking hands with sean spicer pope francis big smile scott horsely why can't you let go of well i went with the president trump to springfield this week when he did his tax kickoff and he was trying to paint this as kind of a main street event and so he took no the fact that springfield claims to be the birthplace of what was once known as the main street of america or the mother road route sixty six but i've especially pleased to be here in springfield the birthplace of a great american icon the legendary route sixty six route sixty six captured the americans for the president talked a good deal about route sixty six and all the kids are talking about it struck me you know that this is a president who often paints a sort of nostalgic picture the whole notion of make america great again is in a way a throwback idea to some bygone era of suppose had a better times in america.

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"america magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The pulse nightclub in orlando last year outraged and certain father james martin the jesuit priest whose editor at large america magazine and a consultant the vatican secretary it of communication he was also disappointed that while catholic leaders decried those killings only a few bishops and cardinals mentioned that many of the victims were gay and that the killings were a hate crime directed at lgbt people he reflected and the result as a new book building a bridge are the catholic church in the lgbt community can enter into a relationship of respect compassion and sensitively other james martin joins us from new york thanks so much for being with us my pleasure and why did it bother you that germany leaders didn't mention the obvious of the pulse was gay nightclub well it seemed a real failure to try to understand that community one of my theology professor said that in the gospels for jesus sin is often a failure to bother to love and it seemed to me a failure to bother to love this particular community in their real moment of grief you quote with approval the words of an australian bishop who says quote we cannot talk about the integrity of creation the universal inclusive love of god will at the same time colluding with the forces of oppression and the illtreatment of racial minorities women and homosexual persons why is that statement even remotely controversial too so it shouldn't be a but for bishops to defend lgbt people or put themselves out on the line for lgbt people is rather rare and so one of the things i try to do in the book is point two bishops and cardinals in some cases who are out there and horse supporting their lgbt brothers and sisters and siblings same time you you think some people who are lgbt don't uh i understand to respect the thinking of the church house show well sometimes a you know it's not surprising they've been ignored and excluded and in often fired but i really do say that uh you know part of the two way bridge that call for is is respect on the part of the lgbt person as well it's a it's a hard thing.

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"america magazine" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"america magazine" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Now you just this is the one day of the year where we actually fast like i know catholics generally get the rap for la fake fasting wait so asked one so you don't really announced wednesday with your friesinger's morning to sundown right yet it's a muslim fast kelly on it's it's worse than that it's a juice fastlane later church fast you can have one meal and to snacks that don't add up to a full meal great that's that's that's i mean the catechism like the catechism i can buy barnes and noble that's that's like number two be i'm sorry you see how much of a smarter more humid with makes more sense whatever you guys have your people also 'cause they don't tell you how big a meal is for you forget that's eight hundred male hurt me i outbreaks killing spree like one ambris gets yeah now and we look to looked it up this weekend because my mom was like two after fast 'cause she sixty three now and apparently ends at age fifty nine at all of europe under your factor depressing her people over fifty nine or like my mother's very happy each it's like when you join aarp like that no fast this happened so in the first episode of the podcast i loved it 'cause you guys said in your office eight the art that you can get like the ashes rush wednesday in the conference room yeah and that and that every we there's a wednesday mass and no one knows who you like you you don't have to go you can go but on asked wednesday you kinda have to do the ash and it i was thinking evidence it's power reminded me of tablet i've with resuming america magazine is like the catholic analogue to tablet i saw a picture it yet in my head and i'm just like the idea that we would go.

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