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officer 's use of force questioned

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:08 min | Last week

officer 's use of force questioned

"Assistant police chief ashan Benedict says heart graze into others were being followed by officers after a shooting at Georgia avenue and longfellow street when an officer caught up with heart graves he gave him a command Those commands were not complied with and he discharged his weapon one time In cases involving serious use of force MPD is required to release body camera footage within 5 business days and only sagal WTO news A local man who drove hundreds of miles to confront a man about dating his adult daughter in North Carolina is now there in jail on a murder charge Investigators say 46 year old James mccally of Alexandria drove more than 300 miles to confront 27 year old Jared musgrove in North Carolina The onslow county sheriff's office says that on July 5th Macaulay shot musgrove after Macaulay showed up and after the two began to fight musgrove's mother tells W ITN There never would have believed he was so naive but he didn't have a word about that guy would shoot him A judge has set Macaulay's bond at $500,000 John Aaron WTO P news 30 lawmakers from Virginia want the Biden administration to take action on

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Pope Francis fuels new speculation on future of pontificate

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Pope Francis fuels new speculation on future of pontificate

"Italian and Catholic media have been in rife with unsourced speculation that the 85 year old Francis might be planning to follow in Benedict's footsteps given his increased mobility problems that have forced him to use a wheelchair for the last month those rumors gained steam last week When Francis announced a consistory to create 21 new cardinals scheduled for 27th of August 16 of those cardinals are under age 80 and eligible to vote in a conclave to elect Francis successor I'm zaria shaklee

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Lis Wiehl on Robert Hanssen, America's Most Damaging Russian Spy

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Lis Wiehl on Robert Hanssen, America's Most Damaging Russian Spy

"There's so many levels of sickness to this. And I want to be clear, speaking as a public Christian, when you're talking about evil, right? A lot of people, either they don't believe in God, they don't believe in evil, whatever. When you look at something like this, I want to know what you would call it if it's not evil, because here is a man who, I guess, I mean, I haven't said it, but to make things infinitely worse was ostensibly a dedicated Catholic Christian, in other words, it's kind of like the devil wearing priests robes. It's a stunning thing that so he wasn't just some secular person who doesn't believe in anything publicly he put on the face of a man of faith. So I have to ask you to just to go to the beginning. What do you suppose or who do you suppose he was that he would upon entering this life that he would go to them and do something like this? In other words, was it some crazy James Bond narrative he had? And I'm going to be a double agent. I'm going to be, what do you suppose was in his mind? Because a lot of people could get pulled over over time. Life gets tough. Things get complicated and you find yourself drifting. He goes to them. Why do you suppose that was? Well, he was as disgruntled employee. He thought that the FBI didn't appreciate him enough and that the FBI agents around him were trying to dull her. It's not as smart as he was. He always had to be the smartest guy in the room. We know people like that, right? Well, this is the Benedict Arnold story, right? I mean, if you want to go to the ultimate trader, Benedict Arnold felt he was being passed over. He was so amazing, and he was not being acknowledged. So that's kind of like the standard reason, right? That somebody like that, they think, I'm better than everybody. Nobody's acknowledging me. I'm going to get them horrible. Right.

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The Battle of Good vs Evil Takes Place in Each Human Heart

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 3 months ago

The Battle of Good vs Evil Takes Place in Each Human Heart

"Joseph pierce, PEA, our C, E, the author of many wonderful books, the new one is called Benedict the 16th, defender of the faith. Joseph, we're talking about, you know, the evils in history and I think that it's important for us to say that at the heart of everything. You know it and I know it, it is a spiritual battle. So just because the Soviet Union crumbled didn't mean that wickedness had left the world. There's just as much evil in the world that just takes on different forms and what we have seen since the fall of the Soviet Union, of course, is that Marxism apart from China, which is its own story, but Marxism becomes cultural Marxism, and it affects us everywhere we look in the United States of America. It is at its heart, a spiritual battle. It's an ideological battle, but it seems to me that Benedict the 16th. He understood this. He understood that what he was at war with. Yeah, I mean, to me, John pulled a second, Benedict is 16th, and that other great figure who wasn't a Pope, Alexander Solzhenitsyn. These three men that they're almost exact contemporaries and they experienced the same reality that reality of secular fundamentalism. And what Alexander socialists said, it's really plays into what you just said, Eric, is that the battle between good and evil takes place in each individual human heart. So it's a spiritual battle, basically between the home of the art or the pub in man, the man on the journey who's called to get to heaven and homeless repair was 12 man who refuses the journey who wants to do his own thing. That battle takes place in each individual human heart and the club with Marxism, it actually plays to the proud man. It

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Joseph Pearce Reflects on the Life of Pope Benedict XVI

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:20 min | 3 months ago

Joseph Pearce Reflects on the Life of Pope Benedict XVI

"Talk to you about the life of Benedict, the 16th. By the way, how old is he today? Now, last week, he celebrated 95th birthday. So he's had a long, long arduous life. That's hard for me to believe that he could be 95, my goodness. Now, so let's talk about his life. Obviously, German, his last name, ratzinger, I assume in your book, you go through his life from the beginning. Yeah, basically that the book is a part of the fee and an overview of the legacy. So it's not a conventional biography or Benedict the 16th, but it does tell the story from the beginning from his childhood where of course he grew up as a child under the tyranny of Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich. So he knows what totalitarian secularism is. Because he experienced it firsthand. As did of course St. John Paul the second with his experience of communism and the Nazis are both. So these men know the dangers of the absence of God in human affairs because they experienced it firsthand as young men. And

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Why Joseph Pearce Wrote 'Defender of the Faith' on Pope Benedict XVI

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 3 months ago

Why Joseph Pearce Wrote 'Defender of the Faith' on Pope Benedict XVI

"Decidedly literary person and a man of great faith. His name is Joseph pierce. He's been on the program before talking about many books. His books on Chesterton and souls and eats it in so many others. He has a new book out about someone you may have heard of, Benedict the 16th. I think you can tell from the name that he was Pope. Remember, Benedict the 16th, a biography titled defender of the faith by our friend Joseph pierce, Joseph pierce, welcome back. Great to see you. The greatest year again, Eric, it's been some time. Good to see you again. It has. And I just have to say, congratulations on the book. It's a beautiful book. I may not be a Catholic, but I am a Christian and I have been a huge admirer of so many Catholic Christians through the years. Obviously, Chesterton at the top of the list. But Benedict the 16th. Always, in awe of him, his leadership, his intellectual abilities, his fierceness as a defender of the faith. So it seems appropriate to me that you titled the book defender of the faith. What was it that led you, Joseph, to write this biography? Well, like you, Eric, I've been an admire of Benedict XVI for many years since time when he was cardinal ratzinger prior to that. We need to remember that as well as the relatively few years he was poked. He was St. John Paul the second's white hand man for a quarter of a century prior to that. So this man was basically the most powerful man in the church apart from St. John Paul the second for a period of a third of the century. And he's a time I think of a restoration for the church after what we might call the madness and miasma of the modernism of the 1970s where the world where the church or at least certain members of the church were seduced into trying to become like the world to sort of follow the world and you and I both had my chance to turn and Chesterton said we don't want a church that will move with the world. We want to charge that will move the world. And I think this St. John Paul the second and Benedict the 16th moved the world rather than moving with it. And there's a crucial difference. I think you're quite right. And I

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Pope's peace prayer for Ukraine recalls ancient prophesy

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Pope's peace prayer for Ukraine recalls ancient prophesy

"Pope Francis is presiding over a special prayer for peace in Ukraine the hawks back to a century old apocalyptic prophecy about peace in the world the prophecy was sparked by the pool to the visions of the virgin Mary two three peasant children in Fatima Portugal in nineteen seventeen Francis has invited bishops priests and the ordinary faithful from around the world to join him in a ritual of deep spiritual importance to many Catholics and a source of fascination to others retired pope Benedict the sixteenth plans to participate under France's envoy is celebrating a simultaneous mass at the Fatimah shrine itself this is the pope's latest effort to ready press for an end to the wall while keeping options open for dialogue with the Russian Orthodox Church I'm Charles that's one

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Mathurin, top-seeded Arizona survive TCU upset bid in OT

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Mathurin, top-seeded Arizona survive TCU upset bid in OT

"Two more teens poster tickets to the Sweet Sixteen after being challenged as top seeded Arizona survived a tenacious TCU within eighty five eighty overtime win behind a season high thirty points from pac twelve player of the year Benedict Matheran and twenty eight points from Christian kalo ko in the west region Texas tech outscored Notre Dame fifty nine fifty three as Kevin banner scored fifteen points and grabbed fifteen rebounds to lead the red raiders to a Sweet Sixteen matchup against Duke on Thursday Philip gone San Diego

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Patrick Coffin on His Claim That Pope Francis Is an Anti-Pope

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 5 months ago

Patrick Coffin on His Claim That Pope Francis Is an Anti-Pope

"Eric always an honor to be back with you, sir. Thanks for having me. Well, it's a joy. And you're provocative thesis is what? Compressing a lot in a few words, the thesis has to do with evidence that I've been not really paying attention to. And until I started to really drill into it, that Pope Benedict XVI on February 11th, 2013, when he announced his abdication. Only abdicated partially in there. Wait, wait, wait, wait. Let me sum up your thesis, because I thought you were simply going to say this, and then we're going to get into the details. All right. Your thesis is that Pope Francis is not the Pope. He is an anti Pope. Now, you've got to explain before we get into why you a faithful Catholic think it's possible that Francis is not the Pope and an anti Pope. You have to explain to us non Catholics. What in the world is an anti Pope? Okay, taken from a different angle. An anti Pope is simply a man falsely believed to be the Pope. Doesn't mean anti Christ doesn't even mean he's a bad Pope. It's just someone who's not directly able to hold the office of the Roman pontiff. A nonprofit posing as Pope. Not necessarily posing. He may feel himself to be the Pope. His subjective psychology is something I can't get at. Nonetheless, the non Pope. In the shoes of the fishermen,

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"benedict" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"benedict" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Today, we feature interviews with two people nominated for Oscars for their work on the Jane campion film, The Power of the Dog. Composer Johnny Greenwood, and actor Benedict Cumberbatch. The film is nominated for 12 Oscars in total. First, we'll listen to Terry's interview from last month with Johnny Greenwood. He was known as the lead guitarist and keyboard player for The Rock band radiohead when screenwriter and director Paul Thomas Anderson asked him to write the score for his film there will be blood. That score was described in Rolling Stone as a sonic explosion that reinvented what film music could be. Greenwood wrote the scores for Anderson's subsequent films, including phantom thread and the master, which opened like this. Greenwood also writes a lot of film music that is more avant garde. But some of the avant garde music is influenced by his love of baroque. He studied classical music when he was young, played in a youth orchestra and has been a composer in residence at the BBC concert orchestra. You can hear his music in three very different recent movies. Paul Thomas Anderson's newest film, licorice pizza, which is set in the 70s, Spencer, starring Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana, and The Power of the Dog, which is set in Montana in 1925. In the beginning of The Power of the Dog, two brothers who own a large cattle ranch are hurting the cattle.

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Colorado upsets No. 2 Arizona 79-63 with strong second half

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Colorado upsets No. 2 Arizona 79-63 with strong second half

"K. J. Simpson interested to sell the lettuce second half charge a Kerry Colorado to a seventy nine sixty three upset of second ranked Arizona matching the highest ranked opponent ever beaten by the bus the silver scored thirteen of his team high nineteen points in the second half we've been in this situation you know a couple months ago at every every zona and you know we we set ourselves we can't we can't let this happen again Simpson scored all but one of his thirteen points after halftime as the nineteen the ten buffalo snapped the Wildcats nine game winning streak Arizona let thirty seven thirty two at the break the Wildcats leading scorer Benedict Mandarin was held scoreless in the second half after scoring twelve points in the opening period I'm Dave Ferrie

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No. 3 Arizona rolls in second half, tops Oregon State 83-69

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

No. 3 Arizona rolls in second half, tops Oregon State 83-69

"Third ranked Arizona pulled away in the second half to rout Oregon state eighty three sixty nine for their seventh straight win as you list the Bellas had a game high twenty two points Benedict Matheran scored twenty and Christian kalo ko put up sixteen points and nine rebounds to pace the Wildcats guard Daylon Terry added eight points and five assists in says Arizona played its best when it needed to that's on like the players obviously we gotta pick it up but we do a good job of picking it up today in a millisecond first half and keep going to second after one game the Wildcats let forty four forty two after a back and forth first half but pulled away with a nineteen seven run to open the second period I'm guessing Coolbaugh

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'The Power of the Dog' leads Oscar field with 12 nominations, followed by 'Dune' with 10

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

'The Power of the Dog' leads Oscar field with 12 nominations, followed by 'Dune' with 10

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Retired Pope Benedict seeks forgiveness over sex abuse handling, admits no wrongdoing

AP News Radio

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

Retired Pope Benedict seeks forgiveness over sex abuse handling, admits no wrongdoing

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Defense leads No. 3 Arizona to 67-56 win over Arizona State

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Defense leads No. 3 Arizona to 67-56 win over Arizona State

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Former pope was at meeting where pedophile priest discussed

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Former pope was at meeting where pedophile priest discussed

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Retired pope faulted over abuse cases when he was in Germany

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Retired pope faulted over abuse cases when he was in Germany

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"benedict" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:06 min | 7 months ago

"benedict" Discussed on Fresh Air

"So we'll be right back. This is fresh air. You became so famous in England and here playing Sherlock Holmes, contemporary Sherlock Holmes. On the series Sherlock, what was it like for you to first experience that level of fame? How did it compare to what you thought fame would be like? I don't think I really knew what fame would be like beyond my mom being recognized in the supermarket every now and again, but I was not prepared for it. Nothing prepares you for it. There's no school or learning to be done there. It's just one of those things that when it happens, you have to kind of negotiate and I still find myself doing that day to day with the shifting circumstances of my life and my visibility recognizability or not. And I just remember that particular night when Sherlock dropped that there is still alive audience the water cooling moment was instantaneous. It's very early on in the days of Twitter and Twitter to sort of blew up and I was trending. I thought what the hell this trending now. I know a trends are used to have yo yos in their robes and skateboards or whatever at school that's a trend, but so it was just a new language and a new way of receiving feedback. And it was immediate and to the point that I expected after watching it at the producer and director's house, a writer's house sorry, mark gates was there with me with Sue virtue and Steve Moffitt's house who collaborated in creating produced character show. I expected to walk out into the street for journalists to be absolute out of the helicopters. Everyone's coming out their front doors going. That was amazing because it was so hot online. And yet you go out and it's just the cold night and getting the cab and go home. And then slowly things began to change. I remember stepping out of a hair appointment when I got my head died and cut just before the second series was shot. And it was like the whole street came to a standstill, but something like, oh, sure look, and then it just, you know, very bizarre. I remember promoting Star Trek and turning up to Tokyo and the airport there. It was just crazy. They were like, you know, it was like 30 people deep..

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"benedict" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:03 min | 7 months ago

"benedict" Discussed on Fresh Air

"As a family and it was an extraordinary experience from that point of view alone, making this film. So great things came out of it. We were very fortunate. Yeah, well, good. You got through that earlier stage with feeling responsible for your family in New Zealand. Yeah. Well, thanks for talking with us about that. Let's take another break here, and then we'll talk some more. If you're just joining us, my guess is Benedict Cumberbatch, he stars in the new film the power of the dog. You can also see him in Spider-Man, no way home as Doctor Strange. We'll be right back. This is fresh air. This week on the story court podcast from NPR, with remembering the final hours of doctor Martin Luther King Jr.'s life. Through the stories of the people who were there. It's still gets to me when I share it,.

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"benedict" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"benedict" Discussed on Fresh Air

"It sounds very kind of to say this, but not much, because I don't know enough about my family history, really. I've never taken a huge interest in it because for me it's always been about a very close knit circle of individuals. I don't come from a very, very big family. I never met either my grandfather's, my grandmother's an age when I was young. My parents had me quite late. So my connection to my past, I learned about as much about it or I'm reminded as much about it were made aware of it being present as much about it by the description that you just gave. It doesn't inform who I am. I feel that I kind of just started as me. And my parents influences is the be all and end all as far as family goes. And I was an only child. And I think I don't speak much about my private life, but obviously Sophie's my wife, and she comes from a much larger family, three of them, children, two brothers, and that expansive extended family that's now part of my life is a very new experience for me. A wonderful thing as well, beautiful inspiring and supportive and loving thing. And hello to any of them listening. They're so large, I'm sure one of them is. There's so many of them. But I guess I lived in the life of an only child. And you really do think you're the center of the universe. I mean, not in a sort of arrogant way, but just you don't know any different. So I'm only really learning now a little bit more about my family's history. Well, let me reintroduce you again if you're just joining us my guess has Benedict Cumberbatch. He stars on the film the power of the dog and you can also see him.

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"benedict" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:45 min | 7 months ago

"benedict" Discussed on Fresh Air

"That. What's really fascinating about bringing a character feel Burbank to life, you're really looking under the hood of it, you're examining the causality behind that toxic masculinity. Within that bracket though of behavior, labeled toxic masculinity, I think there are genuine non performative elements that he has just grown into being. I do believe that he is that branch man. I do believe that he is that capable he's a master of his crafts, whether it's the banjo or whether it's whittling or whether it's the stuff that isn't the film I marguerite taxidermy. He really is profoundly gifted. I think where it becomes toxic is where he has a need to protect things in a world. And hate on a world potentially through that defensive protectiveness before it hates on him. And I mean, to talk about the landscape a bit for me, that was just an absolute gift. Our production designer grant major builds a really masterful set. I mean, it's an extraordinary piece of reality, where there was absolutely nothing. And that was integral to filming and using the 360° of nothing which in Montana near where the films actually located. It sadly isn't the case. But logistically very difficult to film there, but for an actor to be supplanted in that landscape with grant set. I mean, everywhere I looked, I had thought I had him in the weather I had him in the sound of the wind in the grass. I had him in the movement and the breath of the cattle, the hair playing on the horse's back, which is actually a detailed in the film that Jane picks up on with Ari's cinematography and I just felt utterly nourished by the placement of where we were shooting at my big fear was once we got to a studio in Auckland. I'd be having to clink across a car park in spurs and furry chaps. Just feeding ludicrous like I'm at some kind of Comic-Con convention of power of the dog rather than. Anything is real is the lived experience on that set on location was. And then the pandemic happened. And we stopped and our dreams became supercharged as the collective consciousness at this massive shockwave sent across it. And we came back to the work not only with a renewed vigor and focus but just amplification of gratitude to be able to work. So at the same time, you're in power of the dog. You're also in Spider-Man: No Way Home, which is a movie in the Marvel Universe and you played Doctor Strange. And you have your own Doctor Strange movies and this is like you're a character in the Spider-Man film. You just finished the latest or about to finish the latest. Doctor Strange film. The Marvel Universe seems so different from, say, the Jane campion university directed power of the dog. For example, you stayed in character when you did you roll a fill in the power of the dog. And you know you kept your accent. Now you could keep your accent when you're doing Doctor Strange because it's a New York accent, not a British accent. But I'm thinking how funny it would be of all of the characters in a Marvel Universe movie, all the superheroes stayed in character. They're on set. I mean, that would just be kind of ridiculous..

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"benedict" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:06 min | 7 months ago

"benedict" Discussed on Fresh Air

"So what are some of the things you had to learn and which was the most interesting for you? I knew I'd get snapshots or feelings of who feel was from my encounter, but with people who actually lived that life in Montana and who were graceful enough to let me into their world and educate me and give me an access to that extraordinary experience of working with animals. Extorting the sense that's often a coordination between four species I was one moment when we were driving cattle and there were horses, there were men there was a silence at times but whistled or talked to communication between dogs and those four species working together was just something profoundly affecting and realizing that the connection to landscape was really as informative as any of the specifics of braiding say were whittling or whistling loudly saying or all the horse riding skills or any of the other kind of attributes this character has at his disposal and, of course, the banjo playing his musicality, but to marry the brutality of being able to master the hard work in that hard landscape in those hard times with this amazing delicacy and sensitivity. I thought that was at the core of his character. In the novel and in the book, Phil rarely bathes in the novel it specified he bathes once a month in the creek, and when the creek freezes over in the winter, well then he just won't bathe. So in trying to really get with the character, you stop bathing for extended intervals. Well, while making the movie, I assume that was well making the movie. But that must have been a really icky experience for you. I mean, once you start to smell yourself and you realize people are definitely smelling you and not acclimated to the smell like you are. I mean, that must have been very uncomfortable. And maybe even a little embarrassing? In rehearsals, I did it for about a week before my family turned up in New Zealand where we were rehearsing and shooting the film. And I did it because I didn't want that to be something they had to endure. And I thought, you know, this is fine. This is about me getting used to it and Jane and maybe a couple of other people during the rehearsal period in that time. But then she'd say things like, oh, let's go get some sushi. And I'd be like, oh, come on. Now I've got to walk out into the real world, not in character. Possibly being recognized and carrying this kind of biohazard level heft of stink around with me. That's not fair. I get I could see the tweets like Benedict Cumberbatch really smells. Yeah, yeah. Well, yeah. I mean, you know, yes, it's enough to be self conscious of it in any normal circumstance that knowing the heightened one I find myself into someone recognize. But I think where it's essential and where it really helped was on filming days. I watched a lot more than Phil did put it that way. But I would not have my clothes laundered, so I did carry his body odor with me, the minute I put those clothes on, I was him, I could smell him.

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"benedict" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:56 min | 7 months ago

"benedict" Discussed on Fresh Air

"This is fresh air. I'm Terry gross. My guest Benedict Cumberbatch stars on the new film, the power of the dog. The film was named one of the ten best films of 2021 by the American Film Institute, appeared on many critics ten best lists, and won this year's Golden Globe for best movie drama. Cumberbatch was named best actor for his performance in the film by the national society of film critics, and by film critics associations in New York, Boston, Chicago, Dallas Fort Worth, and the San Francisco Bay Area. You can also see cumberbatch now in Spider-Man: No Way Home as Doctor Strange, and he's just completing work on the new Doctor Strange movie. Cumberbatch was nominated for an Oscar for his starring role in the film the imitation game, based on the story of Alan Turing the mathematical genius who was instrumental in breaking the German enigma code in World War II. Cumberbatch has played other real people like Stephen Hawking and Julian Assange. He's famous for his role as a contemporary version of Sherlock Holmes in the British TV series Sherlock. The power of the dog was directed by Jane campion, adapted from the novel of the same name, and is set in 1925 in Montana. Cumberbatch plays Phil, who along with his brother, played by Jesse Plemons, owns a cattle ranch. Film is hyper masculine. He skilled at cutting the testicles off cattle, herding cattle and breeding leather ropes. He rarely bathes. He's also a bully. He even insults his brother and cause him fat cell. When they're taking the herd to market, they stop at an inn where they have dinner. They're served by a young man, the son of the woman who owns the inn. He has a clean white linen towel over one arm. The way you might see in a fancy restaurant, not a little inn in a tiny town. His manner and the linen make him seem effeminate to fill. While the young man is serving the table where fill his brother and the cow hands are.

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Vatican No. 2 and deputy both positive for COVID

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00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Vatican No. 2 and deputy both positive for COVID

"The the Vatican Vatican has has announced announced the the Vatican Vatican secretary secretary of of state state and and his his deputy deputy have have both both tested tested positive positive for for the the coronavirus coronavirus officials officials say say cardinal cardinal Pietro Pietro Perotti Perotti who who serves serves as as the the Vatican's Vatican's secretary secretary of of state state and and the the pope's pope's number number two two has has very very light light symptoms symptoms while while archbishop archbishop a a good good bit bit of of power power is is a a symptomatic symptomatic there there was was no no immediate immediate comment comment on on the the lost lost contact contact with with pope pope Francis Francis it's it's not not clear clear if if Francis Francis has has so so far far received received a a booster booster shot shot which which is is being being administered administered to to his his predecessor predecessor pope pope Benedict Benedict the the sixteenth sixteenth these these are are the the first first cases cases of of covered covered nineteen nineteen confirmed confirmed so so high high up up in in the the Vatican Vatican hierarchy hierarchy since since the the pandemic pandemic began began I'm I'm Charles Charles the the last last month month

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No. 19 Tennessee hands No. 6 Arizona first loss 77-73

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00:41 sec | 8 months ago

No. 19 Tennessee hands No. 6 Arizona first loss 77-73

"Nineteenth nineteenth ranked ranked Tennessee Tennessee rode rode a a strong strong start start to to a a seventy seventy seven seven seventy seventy three three win win over over number number six six Arizona Arizona the the Wildcats Wildcats first first loss loss of of the the season season Tennessee Tennessee had had seven seven of of its its first first eleven eleven shots shots and and opened opened the the game game with with the the sixteen sixteen to to advantage advantage in in the the first first five five minutes minutes John John Fulkerson Fulkerson scored scored twenty twenty four four points points and and had had ten ten rebounds rebounds I I would would let let you you know know to to see see that that full full game game every every day day that's that's just just I I guess guess that's that's just just how how the the game game goes goes and and you you know know you you try try to to bring bring it it every every day day every every practice practice every every game game Santiago Santiago the the Scully Scully had had fifteen fifteen for for the the ninety ninety two two vols vols Benedict Benedict matter matter and and had had fourteen fourteen of of his his twenty twenty eight eight points points in in the the first first half half he he was was the the only only Arizona Arizona starter starter to to score score in in the the first first twenty twenty minutes minutes as as Tennessee Tennessee took took a a thirty thirty four four twenty twenty one one lead lead the the Wildcats Wildcats are are eleven eleven and and one one I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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"benedict" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:26 min | 10 months ago

"benedict" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Arnold was given the command of the strategic fort of west point on the hudson river which also gave him control of the entire river from albany to new york city. At this time he had been negotiating with the british through his wife. To switch sides he was offering not only to switch sides but to basically give the british west point. Arnold began slowly weakening defenses of west point ignored repairs sold supplies in the black market and misallocated troops under his control. However the plot was soon discovered. Major andre who was his contact was captured upon discovering. This arnold took a small boat to the hms vulture which took him into new york city and into the hands of the british. The news of his treason shook the country. Washington tried to remain calm and there was talk of exchanging major. Andre for benedict arnold. But that never happened. Major andre was subsequently hong arnold had negotiated a twenty thousand pound bounty from the british but ended up only getting six thousand three hundred and fifteen pounds because he couldn't deliver west point. He was also commissioned as brigadier general in the british army. You led several missions against the americans. But they weren't that major and the war was nearing its conclusion. The british soldiers that he led didn't particularly like him. The british officers didn't trust or respect him and the americans had issued orders that he be summarily executed if he was captured he ended up moving to new brunswick after the war where he had a failed business. Venture the people. There hated him so much that they burned him in effigy right in front of his own house. He later moved to london where he died at the age of sixty in eighteen. O one in the end benedict. Arnold never got what he wanted. He never became rich and he never got the respect. He so desperately wanted from the americans. His very name became synonymous with the word traitor in the united states. Benjamin franklin said quote judas only sold one man arnold three million stories about benedict. Arnold grew over the years such that everything about him. During his whole life became treacherous or conniving comparisons were made between arnold and confederate soldiers during the civil war benedict. Arnold is one of only a few people around the world whose very name has become synonymous with treason. The term mir jaffar is used in bengali and urge you to refer to someone who's a traitor and it comes from an century bengali. General who.

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"benedict" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:19 min | 10 months ago

"benedict" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Gone differently benedict arnold the fifth when undoubtably be considered one of the founding fathers of the united states. he was born in seventeen. Forty one in norwich connecticut to a family which was the original founders of the rhode island colony. His great-grandfather benedict arnold. The i was the president and governor of rhode island. He was as close to american aristocracy. Is you could come. He was one of six children but he and his sister were the only ones who survived to adulthood by all accounts. Arnold was athletic and good looking one of his neighbors. In connecticut said that arnold was quote. The most accomplished and grateful skater that he had ever seen despite his family pedigree. His father was an alcoholic which brought a great deal of shame to benedict. The alcohol is a may have been the result of losing four of his children. His father squandered away the family fortune. Which otherwise would have allowed. The young benedict attend yale at the age of sixteen. He joined the connecticut militia to fight in the french indian war but his unit turned around after the fourth they were marching to his captured is service in. The war. lasted a whopping. Sixteen days benedict was accepted as an apprentice apothecary. Norwich and later set up his own apothecary business. In new haven using the business as a springboard he branched into other areas including shipping to the west indies and became quite successful by all accounts prior to the revolution. Arnold was a staunch patriot and supporter of the american cause. British laws such as the stamp act. Sugar act affected him directly. He floated british laws enjoying the secret sons of liberty in march of seventeen seventy five. He formed the governor second company of connecticut guards. Along with sixty five other men from new haven. He was elected as their captain and was responsible for the leadership of the unit. When war broke out the next month in lexington and concord in massachusetts arnold in his unit made the decision to march to boston. But he wasn't given permission to take any gunpowder from the town's magazine. Arnold told one of the town fathers david wooster quote. You may tell the selectmen that if the keys are not coming within five minutes my men will break into the supply house and help themselves none. But the almighty god shall prevent me from marching and quote. This day is still celebrated every year in new haven as powder house day on april twenty. Second this began. What can only be described is a pretty successful military career when he got to boston. He organized a raiding party to take the british fort ticonderoga which sat on lake champlain. You managed to take the fort with hardly a fight captured the british cannons as well as the largest worship on the lake. Arnold was promoted to.

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"benedict" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"benedict" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"The nevena to saint benedict date in the holy rule seemed benedict. You have said if we do not adventure to approach men who are in power except with humility and reverence when we wish to ask a favor. How much must we beseech. The lord god of all things with all humanity and purity of devotion and let us be assured that it is not in many words but in the purity of heart and tears of compunction that we are heard for this reason prayer ought to be short and pure unless perhaps it is lengthened by the inspiration of divine grace at the community exercises however let the prayer always be short and the sign having been given by the superior let all rise together glorious saint benedict sublime model virtue. Pure vessel of god's grace behold me humbly kneeling at your feet. I implore you and your loving kindness to pray for me before the throne of god to you. I have recourse in the dangers. That daily surround me. Shield me against my selfishness and my indifference to god and to my neighbor inspire me to imitate you an all things. May your blessing be with me. Always so that. I may see and serve christ and others and work for his kingdom graciously obtained for me from god. Those favors and grace's which i need so much in the trials miseries and afflictions of life. Your heart was always full of love. Compassion and mercy poured those who are afflicted or troubled in anyway. You never dismissed without constellation and assistance. Anyone who had recourse to you. I therefore invoked your powerful intercession confident in the hope that you will hear my prayers and obtained for me the special grace and favor i earnestly implore helped me great saint benedict to live and die as a faithful child of god to run in the sweetness of his loving will and to attain the eternal happiness of heaven on a holy father. Saint benedict pray for us army..

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"benedict" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"benedict" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"The no vena to saint benedict day. Five in the holy rule seem benedict. You have said the second degree of humility is when a man loves not his own will nor is pleased to fulfill his own desires but by his deeds carries out that word of the lord. Which says i came not to do my own will but the will of him who sent me it is likewise said self will has its punishment but necessity wins the crown. The third degree of humility is that for the love of god. A man subject himself to a superior in all obedience imitating the lord of whom the apostle says he became obedient unto death. The fourth degree of humility is that if hard distasteful things are commanded even though injuries are inflicted he accept them with patients and even temper and not grow weary or give up but hold out as the scripture says he then shall persevere to the end shall be saved glorious saint benedict sublime model of virtue pure vessel of god's grace behold me humbly kneeling at your feet. I implore you in your loving kindness to pray for me before the throne of god to you. I have recourse and the dangers. That daily surround me. Shield me against my selfishness and my indifference to god and to my neighbor inspire me to imitate you in all things may your blessing be with me always so that i may see and serve christ and others and work for his kingdom graciously obtained for me from god. Those favors and grace's which i need so much in the trials miseries and afflictions of life. Your heart was always full of love. Compassion and mercy toward those who were afflicted or troubled in any way you never dismissed without consultation and assistance. Anyone who had recourse to you. I therefore invoked your powerful intercession confident in the hope that you will hear my prayers obtained for me special grace and favor i earnestly implore helped me great saint benedict to live and die as a faithful child of god to run in the sweetness of his loving will and to attain the eternal happiness of heaven on an holy father. Saint benedict pray for us..

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"benedict" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"benedict" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"Within the priests. Thank you for bringing this up. I i could imagine that. This parallel was intended by gregory. The great because he very often compares benedict with abraham. Because abraham is the father of the faith in away bennett became a father of many many monks benedict left as we said his parents his hometown. and all what could bind him very similarly to abraham and that opened him to this deeper understanding of god. And then you need angels like romano's the priest like mckinsey who touch your life so thanks. Thanks be to god that this priest were there and that he should that he didn't think easter sunday no really worked enough. I should have but take much should take my nap. Known also compelling as you bring up the different examples of experiences in scripture that are similar in nature to this that it shouldn't be quickly dismissed as though it's some type of literary device that is used to make a point in because i think if we reflect in our own lives have we not had these types of encounters when you're open to receive them those unexpected surprises. Yes absolutely and we have. This is why so important to teach our children and to introduce children in all of this as thorough as possible in order to prepare them for this experience. This is what the liturgy actually and this is what the church wants us to do to celebrate in this way in order to be ready if god in a deeper way wants to touch us with this respective mystery you know as been we go saw to church and sometimes it's just a routine can become an empty an empty routine easily as you can imagine you know when you do it so often and we don't have to be afraid about this because we could see it as a preparation for this very day and god wants to This close to us in deep away. What all these things are about. And this potential only to been addicted potential anti christian you go to church may be during the holy tweet on year by year and maybe there are years where you just don't understand what this all is about but you're faithful and there is good very good because the day might come when god really wants to show you in a deeper way Why he died for you and why he raised you up. The bark of saint peter the great ship of the church with any sailing vessel. You itself it is justice ship but you need the full and active participation of everyone serving on that ship to make it work. And that's is that. What the full and active participation the interior experience. That's what we bring to it exactly. This is exactly it this interior yes or understanding leads us to the active participation. Absolutely right this is what the second vatican council one wanted to bring us. And we have this experience in our monasteries very much if if the monks just kind of depend on the monastery and the community they won't they won't grow into the into a deeper relationship with christ and so this active participation is really ask from all of us and this is what saint benedict learned at this point. Final thought. yes we could ask ourselves. What makes me thankful when. I think about our church. What did i receive from her. Could also meditate on the question. What should be my contribution to help make this church. Even more lively could ask the lord to help me to build up this church in to renew it on my part and we could also ask ourselves where. Where do we see problems. And how could i in a respectful and gentle way address. Those problems finally let us continue to pray with the church wonderful. Thank you so much father. You're very welcome. You've been listening to the holy rule of saint benedict a spiritual path for today's world with father. Maurizio silvi to here and our to down this conversation. Along with hundreds of others spiritual formation programs visit discerning hearts dot com. You can also hear it. The free discerning hearts app available on the i tunes in google play stores the spin production of discerning hearts. I'm your host. Chris mcgregor yelp that. If this has been helpful for you that you will. I pray for our mission and if you feel us. Worthy considering charitable donation which is fully tax deductible to help support our efforts. But most of all. We hope that you will tell a friend about discerning hearts dot com and join us next time for the holy rule of saint benedict a spiritual path for today's world was father maurizio filthy..

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"benedict" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"benedict" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"Gifts after that they said grace and began their meal when it was over they conversed some more and then the priest went back to his church. Think that's a beautiful story. This encounter with a priest in the kafe still. The story is a little bit shocking. Because how could it happen. That benedict saint benedict could forget about easter. He was on the journey to follow god. And jesus more closely. How could he forget about the feast of easter and also the reaction that we read here. How benedict responded to the priestess. Kind of strange. One must admit that saint benedict in his rule has distinct and balanced way to speak about priests. There are actually tool chapters in his rule that are dedicated to this topic. And maybe i can't read them to you to summarize them in. Chapter sixty benedict says the admission of priests to the monastery if any ordained priest asks to be received into the monastery to not agree to quickly however if he is fully persistent in his request he must recognize that he will have to observe full discipline of the rule with out any mitigation knowing that is written friend. What have you come for. He should however be allowed to stand next to the abbot to give blessings sent to celebrate mass provided that the abbot bits him otherwise he must recognize that he subject to the discipline of the rule and not make any exceptions for himself but rather give everyone in example of humility. Whenever there is a question of an appointment of any other business in the monastery he takes the place that corresponds to the date of entry into the community at not that granted him out of respect for his priesthood and in chapter sixty to the priests of the monastery saint benedict's rights any abbott. Who asks to have a priest or deacon ordained should choose from his monks one worthy to exercise the priesthood. The monks ordained must be on guard against concede our pride but not presume to do anything except what the abbot commands him and must recognize that. Now he will have to subject himself all the more to the discipline of the rule. Just because he's a priest he may not therefore forget the obedience and discipline of the rule but must make more and more progress to god. I guess you can hear what sink bendix intention is. He must have seen priests in his community. Who kind of spoilt the community in the sense that they've found they have the privilege to go their very own ways that they would not be under the abbot under the rule under the discipline of the rule because of the priesthood and in this regard benedict is very strict interesting. So he he does not. You can feel that. He has a great appreciation and laughed. What's the eucharist into the priesthood. But still as as monasticism goes as the monastery goes. It doesn't matter if you are a priest or not first of all you are a monk. This is kind of the first vocation. I read this to you. In order to show that he has this balanced View of the priesthood. And now he in his biography saint gregory. the great. who was the pope tells us the story that a priest is coming and dining with saint benedict and again the astonishing fact. That benedict had forgotten about the date of easter. What's going on here. My assumption is that benedict had reached a point in his life where he was even in a way detached from the church. The church's task is it to proclaim onto to make sure that there is this feast of easter the solemnity of easter. So the calendar is so to speak a thing that is Task of the church to set the calendar say this is easter so when he has forgotten about this dated means in a way he has forgotten about the church and again this might sound shocking to us. How could he as a sane but in a way and and shortly i will show this. It was necessary for his puto journey. Why was it necessary. Because now he was able to grasp what church really means. What faith really means from inside from its tunnel source and origin. In other words he now does not celebrate easter only because the charts tells him to celebrate easter kind of as a in obedience to this regulation of the church but rather he grasps. The mystery of easter itself could describe this transformation as going from analog experience to an originally experience. What do i mean analog means you have experience and you need a transmission. You have learned it. It's an outward knowing so it's like when parents explain to their children things of the faith so the children learn it and.

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"benedict" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"benedict" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"And sons should do or shouldn't do? And to. Liberate yourself to free yourself from the expectation of the. Father. Is a very first important step. To find yourself into, find your vocation your call. And, this is what Saint Benedict did this time. And when he left his the property of the father and the inheritance that also meet meant. That was dangerous thing he went out into the off. So there was no security anymore he left behind the the the security. That the father and his family could provide. But you can see there whilst already something that drew him even more. You know even to the point that you could let go the father and the patrimony. Return, in just a moment to the holy rule of Saint Benedict, a spiritual for today's world with father meets his building. This is Chris McGregor of discerning hearts dot com with a very special announcement join Father Timothy Gallagher for a first time online seminar entitled Guidance for a Greater Discernment of Spirits. Never. Before has, Father, gallagher this teaching online or on television or radio. This seminar will cover the eight rules of greater discernment of Spirits as Taught by Saint Ignatius of loyal and can be found in Father Gallagher's bestselling book, spiritual consolation, and ignition guide for greater discernment the sessions will be conducted on. Two Consecutive Saturdays October thirty first and November seventh between ten am and four PM central time. Each day will be consisting of four session talks followed each time with a question and answer session with Father Timothy Gallagher and don't worry if you can't make the Saturday event registrants will still have access to the exclusive archived videos of the seminar registered swell also receive exclusive downloadable handouts. The registration for this to Saturday online seminar is only thirty dollars register now at discerning hearts dot com. Glorious Saint Benedict Sublime Model of virtue pure vessel of God's grace. Behold we humbly kneeling at your feet. I applaud you and your loving kindness to pray for me before the throne, of God. To you I have recourse in the dangerous, the daily surround me. Shield, me against my selfishness and my indifference to God and to my neighbor. Inspire me to imitate you in all things. That your blessing be with me always so that I may see and serve Christ and others and work for his kingdom. Racially obtained for me from God those favors and grace's which I need so much in the trials, miseries and afflictions of life. Your heart was always full of love compassion and mercy toward those who are afflicted or troubled in any way. You never dismissed without consolation and assistance anyone who have recourse to you. I therefore invoke your powerful intercession. Confident in the hope that you will hear my prayers and obtained for me the special grace and favor I earnestly implore. Help me great Saint Benedict to live and die as a faithful child of. God. To run in the sweetness of his loving will and to attain the Eternal Happiness of heaven. Man. Did you know that discerning hearts has a free APP in which you can find all your favorite discerning hearts programming, father. Timothy Gallagher Dr Anthony Lewis James Keating Mike Aquilina Dr Matthew Bunsen, and so many more are found on the discerning hearts for. Yeah. Did you also know that you can stream discerning hearts programming on numerous streaming platforms such as apple podcasts, Google, play iheartradio Pandora, spotify stitcher tune in, and so many more and did you know that discerning hearts also has that youtube page be sure to check out all these different places where you can find discerning hearts. We. Now return to the holy rule of Saint Benedict a spiritual guide for today's world with Father Maurizio. Building. The is interesting father rates is that when you actually visit the place where he stayed in Rome, the home that. His father provided for him. It actually was in a rather affluent portion of that time period in Rome. It's right on the banks of the Tiber. Just beautiful and yet. It today is still venerated the room where he was in because in this spot is where his prayer. His his deepening awareness they. Is it not said that it is the place that is considered the area of his first grace essentially. Yes. And this often goes together. Times of determined and temptation and Times of grace. So as we know, he didn't like it to be room although everybody who wanted to make career would probably like to be in. Rome, he just didn't like it. Probably because he experienced this contrast receiving this grace. Getting an idea about. Who God is, who got the father? is his real father kind of similar like what Jesus said experience when he went away from his parents in Jerusalem and while seeking for his real father's homes, he ended up in the temple and in Mary and Joseph for kind of upset about this, you know. So. But here we see this is a this is something that every human being has to go through. If we WANNA grow closer to the Lord That we have. To, get that, we have to get detached. From our father from our biological and and earthly father. And this is actually what Jesus recommends us to do whoever laughs father or mother more than me. Is Not Worthy of me and whoever laughs son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me. I'm not sure how serious we take this word of. Jesus. Benedict did he understood I? I have to laugh God. The father more than my father. This probably didn't mean that he hated his father he just said. No I at this point I can do what he wants me to do. How extraordinary to when you? Look forward over the centuries that there would be others who would respond in a way to affirm that whether it be Saint Francis or even Saint John of the Cross who would teach the importance of that detachment along with so many other says, yes. It is a basic feature of our Christian spirituality. And I think it pertains to all of us. If we still as adults. Do and pursue whatever father wants us to do. We don't live our lives and that can make sick. And.

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"benedict" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"benedict" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"Vena to Saint Benedict. Day Six. In the holy rule seem benedict you have said. The twelve degree of humility is when among is not only humble of heart, but always let's appear also in his whole exterior to all that see him. And always saying to himself in his heart with the public, and in the Gospel said with his eyes fixed on the ground, Lord I am a sinner and not worthy to lift up my eyes to heaven. Having therefore ascended all these degrees of humility. The monk will presently arrive at that love of God, which being perfect, cast out fear. In virtue of this love all things which I. he observed not without fear. He will now begin to keep without any effort as it were naturally by force of habit. No longer from fear of hell, but from the love of Christ. From the very habit of good and the pleasure in virtue. May The Lord be pleased to manifest all this by his Holy Spirit in his laborer now cleansed from vice and sin. Glorious Saint Benedict Sublime Model of virtue pure vessel of God's grace. Behold me humbly kneeling at your feet. I- employer you in your loving kindness to pray for me before the throne of God. To you I have recourse and the dangers that daily surround me. Shield me against my selfishness and my indifference to God and to my neighbor. Inspire me to imitate you in all things. May Your blessing be with me always so that I may see and serve Christ and others and worked for his kingdom. Graciously obtained from me from God, those favors and grace's which I need so much in the trials, miseries and afflictions of life. Your heart was always full of love. Compassion and mercy poured those who are afflicted or troubled in any way. You never dismissed without consultation and assistance. Anyone who had recourse to you. I therefore invoked your powerful intercession. Confident in the hope that you will hear my prayers obtained for me the special grace and favor I, earnestly employer. Help me great Saint Benedict to live and die as a faceless child of God. To run in the sweetness of his loving will, and to attain the Eternal Happiness of heaven. On. A Holy Father Saint Benedict. Pray for us..

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"benedict" Discussed on Espionage

Espionage

10:17 min | 3 years ago

"benedict" Discussed on Espionage

"After saying his goodbyes to Washington's aides. He retired to the upstairs bedroom to see how bad the news was. It was devastating not only had John Andrei been arrested on one of the very last legs of his journey to New York but the secret documents had been discovered. Those papers were on route to Washington once Washington received them him. Arnold's treason would be revealed. Arnold told Peggy what had happened. She crumbled into his arms weeping but she was crying not so much for her husband has for her beloved monarchy as for Arnold. He had to accept up several things in very short order. If he was to escape with his life I there would be no surrender at West Point. He would never verbier the hero of Britain who ended the American Revolutionary War second he needed to escape immediately if he wanted to avoid the gallows which would require piggies help and equally tragically for the greedy man there would be no twenty thousand pound. Reward Arnold Begged Peggy to act as if all was well until general Washington came to Robinson House with the news of Arnold's betrayal when that happened she should delay Washington as much as possible by fainting total shock and horror at her husband's behavior. Peggy agreed agreed without a moment to spare arnold leaped onto his horse in spurred at into a gallop ignoring his pain legs. He wrote down to his personal dock where he threw himself onto his private barge in ordered his boatmen to paddle South Arnold told them to row until they reached the H. M. S. vulture into display a flag of truce when they approached it is cover story was that he had an emergency message for Beverley Robinson to be delivered under a white flag the men road like never before making making a valiant effort to get Arnold to the vulture in time to deliver the message by now back at West Point Washington Shirley early new of arnold treachery would soon be pursued when presumes the irony wasn't lost on Arnold if he just counseled Andre to stay a couple of days rather than leaving from Manhattan on foot could have been rowing together on their way due to the vulture. Andre would still be a free man the invasion would still be on and Benedict Arnold would be about to get his blood money but that wasn't the case after what seemed like forever. Benedict Arnold's barge pulled up alongside ride the HMS Vulture after boarding he demanded that Robinson pull up the anchor and immediately sale for New York City as they sailed towards Manhattan Arnold had time to ponder the consequences of his failure. His handler was under arrest and likely to be executed. His family was in mortal. Danger is only hope remaining alive himself was because the British she had already accepted his defection. It was a matter of strict British policy never to turn over a deserter to his former army the deck of the HMS Filter Benedict Arnold began to formulate a public relations strategy. If he couldn't save his plan or his riches at least perhaps he could save his family and his reputation he could tell the world that he wasn't a simple turn coat that he had only wanted to end the war he wrote a letter to George Washington insisting that Peggy was innocent cintas any wrongdoing and should be conducted safely back to her family and Philadelphia. This was perhaps the only selfless act of Arnold's owns life after absolving peggy to Washington. He feared that he would never see her or their seven month old son Edward again they would grow up in the house. Peggy's father who hated Benedict Arnold at least they would be alive and safe as Arnold wrote those words Peggy was covering his escape with a prize winning fit of apparent psychosis at one point according to valiant ambition. She pretended to hallucinate that there was a hot iron on our head and only George Washington could remove it when Washington tried to do you just that she accused him of being an impostor bent on murdering Edward although it's impossible to know if peggy actually was hallucinating. It's most likely she was an exceptional actress doing just what she promised her husband distracting the general for as long as possible after the vulture arrived in New York City Benedict received an officer's commission in the British Army though the plan to turn turnover west point was ultimately unsuccessful. General Henry Clinton was convinced enough of Arnold's efforts to reward him with six thousand British pounds but he wouldn't be retiring rich as he had planned Clinton Expected Arnold a fight with all his might for the British army and truly earn his officer's commission meanwhile John Andrei spent the following weeks in prison and become a celebrity his own guards found him charming and his valet became so attached to him that he wept upon learning that Andrei would soon be hanged on October second seventeen eighty eighty Andrei was executed. He faced his death bravely. According to observers five days later on October seventh seventeen nineteen eighty benedict arnold published an open letter in the British loyalist paper the Royal Gazette titled Letter to the inhabitants of America the attempts to recast his treason as a patriotic selfless act on old wrote in part I affect no disguise and therefore frankly declare that I had determined to retain my arms and command for an opportunity to surrender them to Great Britain. I I was only solicitous to accomplish in event of decisive importance an to prevent as much as possible in the execution of it the fusion Uson of blood in December seventeen eighty benedict arnold led an invading force of sixteen hundred men into Virginia. His men not only killed and captured his former comrades. They made a point of destroying grain mills in supply houses leaving the local people to starve just a few months after formally changing sides arnold was reunited with Peggy rather rather than live out her life in Philadelphia continuing to Feign Innocence Peggy insisted on joining her husband in New York City soon after she became. I'm pregnant with their second child. In seventeen eighty one after the British army surrendered in Yorktown Virginia Benedict Arnold was not captured or punished for his treason instead his family sailed to England to start a new life he returned to the occupation of his youth becoming once again a seafaring merchant between seventeen eighty one and seventeen ninety four the arnold's welcomed five more children for a total of seven two died in infancy leaving the couple with four sons and one daughter eventually the Arnold's move to Canada. They are the aging Benedict Arnold focused on trading with the West indies. His business thrived but his many war injuries were worsening as aged by his late fifties. He was in very poor health and receiving frequent visits from the family doctor in June of eighteen o one the a sixty year old took a turn for the worse entering a state of delirium from which he never returned on June fourteen eighteen o one he died at home had benedict arnold been more successful spy he might well have succeeded in ending the revolutionary war with a victory for Britain. Feigning incompetence was his primary means of sabotaging west point in a fitting twist of fate eat. It was his actual incompetence that ruined his plans though he didn't manage to collect his twenty thousand pounds nor and the war Benedict Arnold's fate was better than he deserved. He died at an advanced age in his own bed surrounded by his family. Meanwhile meanwhile loyal Americans were killed by the thousands defending their fledgling country his treason and the obvious injustice of his safe escape made Arnold one of the most hated men in America even now more than two hundred years later. His name remains a synonym for trader today. Benedict Arnold Treasonous legacy is perhaps best summed up in the words of Benjamin Franklin who wrote Judas sold only one man but benedict arnold so three million..

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"benedict" Discussed on Espionage

Espionage

11:06 min | 3 years ago

"benedict" Discussed on Espionage

"Now back to the story on August twenty four th seventeen eighty thirty nine year turncoat Benedict Arnold received the long awaited letter from his British Handler Adjutant General John Andrei it had been nearly a month on the since their last correspondents in Arnold was beginning to worry that the plan was off despite the fact that he'd already gained command of West Point and begun to sabotage the fort. If the plan fell through Arnold was sure he'd eventually be found out and killed unless the British won the war some other way I after decoding the missive he learned that British General Henry Clinton had reacted with enthusiasm Husiac to Arnold's proposal and even agreed to a twenty thousand pound bounty for the surrender of West Point. He requested only Arnold Guarantee. The capture of three thousand soldiers during the invasion arnold was happy to stop dispersing the fort soldiers to other posts. It was less work for him and less suspicious to keep them at the base. Now with all parties agreed on terms. It was time to talk specifics planning the British invasion was far too sensitive to be done in letters arnold would have to see the John Andrei in person and not that Arnold especially wanted to see his counterpart. Andrei was young handsome air dight charming. Everyone met Arnold was an acquired taste. Even for his closest friends Benedict Arnold was still still bitter about being passed over for promotion to Major General at age thirty five John Andrei had risen to the rank of adjutant general at age thirty not not to mention the danger meeting at an American fort would put them both in if anyone recognized Andrei as a high ranking British British officer and saw him speaking to Arnold they might both be arrested on the spot nevertheless arnold bit the bullet and on August thirtieth seventeen eighty ask Connecticut Assemblyman William Herron to deliver a coded letter to the British on the pretense announced that it was a business matter he needed to communicate to a British merchant herron was suspicious and instead of delivering a letter he brought it back to Connecticut where he handed it over to one general Parsons Parsons who is now in Arnold old old role as head of the Connecticut militia simply ignored it although he recognized that it was written in code he assumed that Arnold was was in a secret business deal parsons new Benedict Arnold as a war hero and considered the idea that he might be disloyal ridiculous. LS Parsons wrote here off as Paranoid Benedict Arnold never even knew about this narrow escape four days later on September Third Arnold got another opportunity to send a letter to the British Mrs McCarthy. The wife of a prisoner of war was traveling south and agreed to take a letter into the city this second message found and it's recipient. John Andre opened the letter to find a carefully crafted insult from Benedict Arnold camouflaged as a strategic plan. Dan Arnold suggested that Andre traveled to west point in disguise as a spy named John Anderson Arnold it had even gone so far as to notify soldiers at nearby outposts that they should expect an informant named John Anderson and that he he was to be conveyed to the commander but John Andrei wasn't a man who could be easily disguised. He was known and despised despised for his cruelty on the battlefield. According to valiant ambition Andrei once ordered his soldiers to run down a fleeing defenseless defenseless group of American soldiers with their bayonets. Few survivors would remember John Andreas face forever. Andres ferocity in battle made him a favorite of General Clinton a brutal man himself. Clinton refused even consider Arnold Arnold's risky suggestion that John Andrei travel in disguise instead Clinton proposed that on dray where his own uniform and carry a white flag according to military convention an enemy soldier waving a flag of truce must not be fired upon on that's been the case since at least the second punic war which ended in two zero one. BC few military traditions are as is universal and far reaching even today. The use of a white flag is protected by the Geneva Convention traveling under a White Flag John Andrei would be safe that meant coming up with a cover story that would allow Arnold aboard a British ship displaying being a white flag without arousing suspicion enter Beverley Robinson Build Arnold's west point home and already one the few British officers trusted by Henry Clinton with a secret plan to take West Point Robinson could ask for a meeting with American General Arnold regarding the status of his property on the Hudson. John dray would accompany him. It may seem a little bit strange for an enemy combatant to request an update on his property while it's occupied by an opposing general but among those who'd grown up in the colonies both British loyalists and continental soldiers hope that the war would soon end and when it did presumably gentlemen like Robinson would have their the property restored to them. Clinton and Andrei can post a carefully worded letter Arnold politely declining his suggestion that Andrei disguise himself as John Anderson instead at noon on Monday September eleventh the they instructed him to meet Robinson at Dobbs Ferry on the east bank of the Hudson. This landing was in the neutral ground and would be a safe safe place for all parties to speak Arnold was reluctant to accept this change this meant he would have to cross the river which which was a dangerous task in itself from Man. Without healthy legs ended men's sparking suspicion in one of his boatmen if he wanted his twenty thousand pound reward. What choice did he have so on September eleventh seventeen eighty thirty nine your old benedict arnold boarded his barge and set off for Dobbs ferry this required sneaking out of the house without alerting varick but arnold managed to depart while his aide was occupied. He was eager to discuss the surrender especially because it would give him another another chance to confirm how much money he was to receive and win but almost as soon as he left the dock. Arnold old was forced to turn back British gunboats were patrolling the Hudson River as was often the case generally they just exchanged fire with American vessels off the shore of the neutral ground but upon seeing the American general alone on his personal barge they turn their guns on him nearly blowing arnold out of the water arnold swiftly returned to the American controlled West shore with his heart heart pounding in his chest. It was the closest he'd come to death on the water. Since the battle of Valco island in October of seventeen seventy six there was no way he could make his rendezvous with Andrei now and no way to send the British a message Benedict Arnold Arnold spent the rest of the day with his boat pacing up and down the West Shore. He hoped that the British officers would realize he couldn't cross and sail over over to the American controlled side of the river to meet him when darkness fell without any apparent attempt at crossing by Andrei Arnold grew the angry and scornful. He vowed that he would never again be the one to put himself in mortal danger just for a meeting he was already taking the greater risk by betraying his country but unbeknownst Arnold General Clinton had recognized the different strategy would have to be employed for a meeting on September Fourteenth Clinton revealed the West Point Plan to British Admiral George Rodney Name and enlisted the help of his fleet. It was it calculated risk. Double agents were everywhere but the time for swift action was at hand and Clinton believed he could trust Rodney Clinton sent Andrei and Robinson out to meet Arnold together again but this time aboard the H M s vulture one of Rodney's sixteen gun sloops as it happened September September fourteenth seventeen eighty was also the date of Benedict Arnold reunion with his wife and infant son Edward Hagey had traveled live from Philadelphia and was eager to see your husband after so many weeks of separation rather than wait to meet at Robinson House. The couple met at the home. Tom Joshua Heads Smith the naive attorney to whom Benedict Arnold was introduced by Robert. How the thirty one year olds home overlooked hammer straw straw bay located on the Hudson River about sixteen miles south of west point despite the peculiar features of their relationship their their age difference Peggy's political agenda and their looming debt peggy and Benedict Arnold were an affectionate couple especially with their first child child now smiling and babbling on Peggy's lap. It was a rare moment of domestic bliss for the Arnold's Peggy.

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