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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is banned from the Boston Archdiocese because of abuse decades ago that story up next right now, it's 203. We go to traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes, and here is David said, Ronnie. All right. Thanks. Medicine. I thought it was gonna be a pretty young like day medicine. It's not pretty busy out there. 95 cell phone coming from Maine, still heavy, six miles your two before the bridge in Kittery. And then you're on it again. Greenland down to the Hampton Tolls. 93 cellphone, Senior mile heavy stretch through concord down before 3 93 from their moves, okay to the hook said Tolls. 89 South Bong still back about mom about a half mile to through nineties through bow down to 93 out west on the pike eastbound slows from 84. In past the service plaza through Charlton. Westbound side, Pike is clear about a 40 minute ride from the proof tunnel to Auburn. 4 95 cell phone heavy over three miles getting down to 2 90 up north for 95 cell phone slows before and after 97 through behavioral Further south, dont go over four miles before and after Route three into chancellor And then you're in it again for about four miles again from Boston Road down to route to in Littleton and 93 South on slows from before River Road down to 1 33 through and over on the upper end of 1 28 North Bong heavy through PBS on the Wall Street on ramp and PVT. 1 28 cell phone going from Walnut Street in Lynnfield down to the core belief that it really gets heavier further South Bend from four Foreign to 25. Down to an earlier multi vehicle crash. It's blocking the breakdown lane that's before Triple a road and want them everyone self then you're going to be on and off the brakes from Linfield down to route 99 in Saugus Davidson droning WBC's traffic on the freeze. The four day forecast is sponsored by the sump pump geeks. It's going to be breezy and humid. Today. Clouds and sun wildfire smoke causing some haziness possibly high 84 cloudy and humid with showers and a thunderstorm around.

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Three degrees in Medford sixty one Randolph fifty three mostly sunny over Boston at five oh four tributes coming in from across the region today for a well known Boston public figure and dedicated humanitarian Donna Morrissey she died of corona virus complications WBZ sherry small has more Newton native Donna Morrissey started her career life in news working at WBZ TV in the nineties she transitioned into public relations in was thrust onto the worldwide stage working as a spokesperson for the Boston archdiocese during the clergy abuse scandal she went on to work for the American red cross where she was deployed to the front lines of numerous disasters and mass casualties the red cross released a statement saying in part they are deeply saddened to learn of her passing adding that Donna was a dedicated kind and talented humanitarian and they say Donna's heartfelt compassion vibrant spirit and unwavering dedication will be dearly missed Donna Morrissey was fifty one years old cherry small WBZ Boston news radio the body of a woman a soon to be a missing kayaker was fine yes found yesterday morning by the Coast Guard on the north Truro shoreline overtaking partner is still missing fifty year old Caroline drew was seen kayaking Friday night near Provincetown that's last time she was seen now Provincetown and Coast Guard a part of the police and the Coast Guard crews searched through the night and recovered a body at around six thirty yesterday morning a Coast Guard spark spokeswoman says the search for fifty one year old mark Oliver Czarnecki has been suspended for now pending any new information a new bill on Capitol Hill aims to protect medically vulnerable seniors especially during this pandemic Massachusetts congressman Jim McGovern is one of the sponsors of the bipartisan bill the Medicare pilot.

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Browse privately avoiding trackers offer free DuckDuckGo privacy simplified David struck Pelino WBZ's traffic on the threes D. devore with our accu weather forecast tells us that today will be rather chilly especially if you're along the water temperatures in the mid fifties and that accu weather real feel will make it feel even chillier because a pretty stiff wind is expected to stay along the coast through a good part of the day today if you're in one today will be in the mid sixties cloudy tonight areas of fog near the coast forty eight for a low Memorial Day tomorrow Sunday times in cool low sixties at the coast seventy in some spots inland right now with clouds and sun in Boston were at fifty two this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good morning thanks for joining us on Charlie Bergeron here are the five things you need to know at nine forty five messages as health officials reporting another seventy six deaths from corona virus the state's death toll now topping six thousand three hundred Austin's office of neighborhood services distributing twenty thousand care kits to people in need during the pandemic Donna Morrissey was the voice for the Boston archdiocese during the priest sex abuse scandal more recently the spokeswoman for the American red cross she has died from the corona virus at the age of fifty one forties on Cape Cod say a body has been found in the Toro area back to our top story on this holiday weekend the nation is closing in on a grim milestone CBS.

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From ABC news I'm Brian Clarke American's way how to spend the holiday weekend amid a pandemic the lagoon amusement park outside of Salt Lake City was opened so John Perry reserved his spot online this will continue to do greater things we need to celebrate yeah but this woman wasn't sure about that parts hard look like such a big establishment and there's a lot of people that go there so it could be possibly about idea knows decisions playing out throughout the country ABC's Lianna sitters in Orange County California forty two deaths reported in the last four days alone but county officials say that those numbers are misleading we know in large measure where those numbers are coming from there already increases but they're often confined to certain pockets especially to our skilled nursing facilities the health department here issuing a new order requiring everyone to wear face coverings when in public and of course when you are inside any business all of the folks that we spoke with today said they are very excited to feel a sense of normalcy once again here in Orange County and president trump pushing churches and houses of worship to reopen he returned to the golf course Saturday as we hear from A. B. C.'s Trevor Ault president trump golfing for the first time in two months not wearing a mask and shaking hands and as the president calls on states to let places of worship return the diocese of Brooklyn announcing they'll allow visitors for private prayer and the Boston archdiocese releasing video of what services could look like requiring masks and taping off Hughes in Hong Kong today protesters taking to the streets they're angry with China's proposed legislation that would ban secessionist and subversive activity in Hong Kong police fired tear gas into the crowds the U. S. is indicated.

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on KOMO

"All FM Oakville from ABC news I'm Derek Dennis a round of golf by president trump's Saturday one more signal he wants the country open again and back to pre corona virus outbreak tying president trump golfing for the first time in two months not wearing a mask and shaking hands and as the president calls on states to let places of worship return the diocese of Brooklyn thing they'll allow visitors for private prayer and the Boston archdiocese releasing video of what services could look like requiring masks and taping up you you see overall the ninth circuit court of appeals upholds California governor Gavin Newsom's coronavirus ban on in person church services the court ruling the South Bay United Pentecostal church in San Diego cannot reopen immediately deciding that the constitutional standards that would normally govern should not be applied during the pandemic the decision is likely to further anger pastors who claim the California is running afoul of religious freedoms more than twelve hundred pastors about the hold in person services may thirty first attention Lee defying a state moratorium on religious gatherings that Newsom imposed to slow the spread of the virus there is increasing concern about covert nineteen testing data in the US according to the CDC more than thirteen million tests have been reported nationwide but some states may have included antibody tests in their total test counts potentially clouding the true picture of the virus outbreak though the CDC site says antibody test only account for a small portion of testing at this time inflated numbers may bolster the president's claim that the United States is testing more people than any other country I always talk about the fact that our testing is so far advanced this weekend the nation nearing grim milestone hundred thousand.

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Boston Archdiocese Says Mass Will Look Different As Churches Reopen

WBZ Afternoon News

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Boston Archdiocese Says Mass Will Look Different As Churches Reopen

"The archdiocese of Boston says mass will look different as churches re open here's WBZ TV's two Olympic Donald as places of worship were paired a re opening phase one the archdiocese of Boston created a video to show some of the ways mass will look different things like staggered arrivals and exits socially distant pews and no sign of peace or hymnals there is folks calling up already and when can I come and I can't wait to get back to the other side of I'm gonna wait until I know we're really really really safe parishioners like to Reese who just beat cancer as corona virus began to spread I do want to get back but I want to make sure that it is safe to say people do stay in all six feet apart from each other especially when they're going up to communing and and that's okay parishes will figure out their new normal together with patience and prayer the Cape Verdean Severn a little single poco poco not bit by bit so we'll just take our time and local

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With a tax pro remotely or file online block is always here to help Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes the rain out there in the south shore this hour tonight mostly cloudy thirty six tomorrow's storm windy and chilly could see some postal flooding real feels in the thirties Friday morning rain the windy and chilly Saturday near fifty little son Sunday March ahead of a warm week next week forty degrees in the clouds in Boston this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop and good afternoon as one forty five on Laurie Kirby and here are the five stories that you need to know priests in the Boston archdiocese attention nine also today sixty six hundred people in Massachusetts are in active virus stayed home by three in may for the death toll in New York City to pass is one one thousandth state why thousand and the governor governor Cuomo closing all playgrounds in York city as well because people are refusing to do social distancing to look into the deaths of thirteen veterans of three in the city for healthcare workers this the house was built in nineteen patients at a Plymouth hotel or no more WBZ Jim McKay reports a number of miss communications are to blame it was here at the best western Cold Spring offer three A. were these fifty seven rooms were supposed to be filled to capacity with homeless people all over the south shore and Cape who have come down with corona virus the patriot ledger reporting a number of miss communications which scrapped those plans the owner of the hotel.

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The thirties tomorrow get ready for a storm with gusty winds potential for little coastal flooding as well a lot of rain tomorrow into tomorrow night and Friday morning and then drying up is still windy cloudy and chilly the weekend a little bit of sunshine Saturday back near fifty milder Sunday in the sixties by next week thirty nine degrees under cloudy skies in Boston this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good Wednesday afternoon we're seeing losses again on Wall Street today the Dow the nasdaq and the S. and P. all down roughly four percent below more on that I'm Laurie Kirby and here are the five things you need to know at twelve forty six governor Cuomo just announced it is closing all New York City playgrounds do people ignoring the rules about social distancing all New York City playgrounds will be close eight priests in the Boston archdiocese test positive for corona virus the archdiocese says it is praying for them a resident at the soldiers home in Chelsea dies from corporate nineteen another resident and two staff members get tested and they test positive Massachusetts currently has more than sixty six hundred cases of cove in nineteen eighty nine people in the Commonwealth have died and governor Baker has hired an attorney to get to the bottom of the deaths of thirteen veterans over the Holyoke soldiers home this week he called a gut wrenching good afternoon want to adhere that Waltham has seen a surge in cove in nineteen cases over night as well globally total cases right now eight hundred and eighty seven thousand forty four thousand deaths globally from this pandemic let's go to the south shore the plans were in place and then at the very last minute they were scrapped this is at a hotel in Plymouth that was set to house homeless patients with.

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of the thirties weather forecast brought to us by basement technologies again forty three degrees here in Boston at seven thirty five so large gatherings frowned upon in this new reality of corona virus so what about church WBZ's Larry Kirby with more on the word ahead of weekend services locally Laurie good morning Jeff the word from cardinal Sean o'malley in the Boston archdiocese absolves the Catholic faithful from missing mass if you are vulnerable of getting the virus which impacts the older generations you are excused from attending mass holy water fonts will be emptied and cleaned as well communion will be placed in hands not bounced a visible churches are changing their communion rights as well father Harry from Trinity Episcopal Church in can't the precautionary side our diocese actually issued a mandate yesterday that we refrain from using the U. callous or offering the chalice during service chalice will sit on the altar food is off the table after Sunday's services as well Jack life is changing pretty much everywhere Lori thank you school departments all across Massachusetts are trying to figure out what comes next coming up and dusting off the plan B. more than a hundred schools have already made the decision to shut down some of them for more than two weeks among those communities were talkin Everett wells sleek black sing ten Winchester Sudbury some schools have made the decision to shut down just for one day for a good all scrubbed down Worcester Waltham Brockton just to name a few there it's exit stage left for customers who normally get the bills paid at local businesses around Boston W. B. C.'s Madison Rogers takes a look at that most businesses on Harvard Avenue in Allston operate on a yearly cycle students come in the fall and business is good students leave in the summer and things are quiet for a few months with more.

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Both ways the Ted Williams tunnel. Westbound jammed up inside so are those connector tunnels to Mike king WBZ's traffic on the threes. All right, Mike, thank you. And again seeing that very heavy pocket of rain could be a rumble of thunder in that area as well. That is in the forecast Lexus. Tin Stoneham or stone. You're getting a little bit right now too. And also Hampshire you're seeing just north of Manchester. Heavy pocket of rain could be some thunder and lightning. So that's the story for tonight, weather wise. According to Carl Ericson getting quite cool in the forties in most suburbs in Massachusetts tomorrow, mostly sunny, not as warm Thursday, cooler clouding up and more rain yet again on Friday trying to count the Fridays. We've had rain too many to count the race for the White House. All right, six oh six and the head of the FBI has that foreign threats to US elections are a concern. Everyday still. Here's ABC's. Serena Marshall election may be more than five hundred and forty days away. But FBI director Christopher Ray told senators today, the foreign cyberthreat continues malign foreign influence threat, which is different from some effort to interfere with election infrastructure is something that continues pretty much three hundred sixty five days. A year. And we've seen it continues since two thousand sixteen and we expect it to continue going into twenty twenty when it comes to the cyber threat in general rate added. It's one threat that keeps escalating Serena Marshall ABC news Capitol Hill in a press conference earlier this afternoon in Boston an unholy list of names attorney Mitchell Garabedian, you may remember his name he represented dozens of now adults who were abused by priests during the height of the clergy crisis in the Boston archdiocese will he released today. Seven more names of priests seven priests from the Boston archdiocese were found credibly accused of pedophilia, but we're never publicly outed by the archdiocese with spanning decades of sexual abuse. And there's no end in sight,.

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A press conference in Boston. An unholy list of names attorney Mitchell Garabedian who represented dozens of children abused by priests during the height of the clergy crisis here in Boston released seven more names today, he says these seven priests from the Boston archdiocese were found credibly accused a pedophilia, but they were not publicly named by the archdiocese of Boston spanning decades of sexual abuse. And there's no end in sight. If we've learned anything his Thomas, the Catholic church cannot self police when it comes to keeping children safe and sexual abuse. And this is just for the evidence. In a statement, the archdiocese says all allegations were reported to law enforcement, they add that five of the priests are dead and therefore not on the list of six priest in the church has not been active in the ministry and is listed on their website seven. Priest is under investigation and retire. An Uber driver charged with raping a woman during a ride in Waltham is facing the music. Let's go live now to rent them district court and WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe standing by Kim. Lori Nelson Guerrero and Karner has been ordered held without bail pending a dangerous not on Thursday. His attorney Robert karnal is vehemently denying the rape charges against him incur accused of raping a drunk over passenger. He was driving from Franklin to rent them early Sunday. The police report states and carnage vehicle was stopped on the side dirt road for nearly an hour before he dropped off the alleged victim the woman is accusing and Karna climbing into the back seat and assaulting her. But attorney Carnell says his client and the woman were actually in the front seats during that hour talking about the alleged victims problems in woes, he says the woman gave in carnival phone number when she got out of the car and said she wanted to see him again in rent them. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's News Radio or Kim. Thanks for that update. Let's get a weather and traffic update right now, we do it together to three and we also say good afternoon. My king with the Subaru retailers of New England. And all wheel drive traffic on the threes. And back with you Mike as going pretty good Lori. You know, the expressway southbound is off to a pretty tough start here. Southbound's already stop and go from the O'neil tunnel down past south bay down past the gas tank, but it's good after that nor found not so bad sluggish Braintree up to east Milton we expect that right on route three south watch for link closure grew to twenty eight and Rockland road work continues there and work continues on the Cape. Route six eastbound is packed up in barnstable, but I have mile of stop and go with the lane closure up by exit six the lower ends of one twenty eight ninety three. They're in good shape. Things are pretty good up to the north the upper end of one twenty eight off to a good start. Same idea with routes three and ninety three up towards four thousand five route ones wide open pass Lynn fells Parkway can see that there is a slight backup to thirteen westbound in buffoon this work going on by exit four downtown pretty quiet for now. The Leverett connector is busy both sides of the lower deck and the Tobin bridge or fine. Stirrer drive is just slow in and out of livered, circle and the pike westbound. Stop and go after one twenty eight with a lane closure there. Mike king WBZ's traffic on the threes. All right, Mike. Thank you. We'll get that chopper up in a little bit. Also coming up in a little bit. And air force veteran flying through the skies of Manchester. New Hampshire this afternoon.

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty degrees. Now it is cloudy two o'clock in Boston. Good afternoon. I'm art Cohen. And here's what's happening. The Boston archdiocese removes in Andover. Priest after getting a report that he sexually abused a child almost thirty years ago. The Reverend Peter gory is pastor at Saint Augustine's after receiving the report of the alleged abuse that allegedly happened in the early nineties. The archdiocese called police forwarded the matter to Gorey's religious supervisors at the Augustinian. Order of Saint Thomas Villanova that group will investigate the case gory. One served in the tribunal of the archdiocese as a Ken in lawyer attorney general William Barr says the redacted copy of the mullahs report should reach congress within a week bars testifying before a house appropriations subcommittee about the department budget. But Democrats on the committee immediately brought up his handling of the Muller report, referring to bars letter summarizing the contents of the report congresswoman need a of New York as bar how he was able to distill four hundred pages to just four in two days. The thinking of the special counsel. It was not a mystery to the people at the department of Justice prior to his submission of the report in his four-page summary bar reported no conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia, but did say the special counsel did not clear the president of -struction of Justice bar Sadie sent the summary letter quickly because the public would not have tolerated waiting weeks for that information, President Trump declared vindication after attorney general reported that the Muller report cleared, the president of conspiracy with the Russians the AP. Ben Thomas is saying that another president has also declaring vindication. Russian President Vladimir Putin system Muller report validates Moscow's repeated denials of collusion with the Trump campaign speaking at an international form in Saint Petersburg. Putin says Democrats claims of collusion reflect their failure to accept the outcome of the two thousand sixteen presidential election and there attacks on President Trump show a lack of respect for voters. He says it all reveals a crisis. In the US political system asked if Russia would support Trump's reelection in two thousand twenty Putin says Moscow will respect the choice of the American people. Ben Thomas, Washington, Lori Laughlin and her husband must see MO Jia. Newly have been indicted on additional charges in the college cheating scandal known as varsity blues they are among sixteen parents charged today in a second superseding indictment. The parents were arrested last month than originally faced on the a single charge of conspiracy to commit mail fraud. The new charges included conspiring to commit fraud and money laundering. The parents said to participated in a scheme to use bribery to cheat on college entrance exams and to get their children admitted to highly selective colleges and universities as athletic recruits when they were not athletes. Some parents pleaded guilty last week as part of a plea deal. Including actress, Felicity Huffman. Attorneys for what used to be Monae college attempt to dismiss a lawsuit by former students WBZ's Karyn regal reports from federal court college close many students say they will left in the lurch and tension only misled about the schools finances three students took it to court in November of last year. Attorney Howard Cooper represents the former college president Barry Brown,.

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Long way since abuse and cover of scandals erupted within the Boston archdiocese prompting the resignation of then archbishop Cardinal Bernard Law in two thousand and two but globally. He says church leaders need to do more here in Italy, the Vatican's own backyard clergy have been slow to even recognize abuse. Or they're really church leaders who still don't recognize that sex abuse is a problem in the church. This is not about the United States of America. It's about the Catholic church. But we understand that the United States is a leader in chart protection. And there are things I could church around the world. Looks from the United States. Pope Francis is on the record on a number of occasions expressing a determination to address the issue is pope Francis. Going to resign. I the only person who knows that to spoke Francis. So you'd better ask him just this month. Pope francis. Acknowledged more instances of abuse in the church this time against nuts. The such a. This. There are some priests and also bishops who have done it. And I think that it's continuing because it's not like once you realize it that it stops it continues in for some time we've been working on it. One more crisis before a conference that sets big expectations survivors like Pierpaolo Zanatta. Hope the conference will spark meaningful change and consequences. Francis must use the event to kick out every last predator, priest defrocked them and kick them out cardinals bishops priests everyone, and if he doesn't. Then people won't believe in the church anymore. For the PBS news hour. I'm Christopher lives. Say in Rome..

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This week thousands of our children our brothers and sisters. Our friends have been sexually assaulted by clergy for decades now popes and bishops have promised never again. But she believes the Catholic church is nowhere close right now to enacting the strong reforms. It must make to stop this epidemic. Tom rivers ABC news at the foreign desk. A Massachusetts survivor of clergy sex abuse says he will stop eating until the Vatican acknowledges receipt of messages from several Massachusetts families that he was assured would be sent to pope Francis. Olin horn, one of the first survivors to go public about abuse in the Boston archdiocese and a longtime advocate for families affected by abuse tells. Berkshire eagle his hunger strike will start tomorrow at midnight. A summit on abuse starts at the Vatican on Thursday. The fifty nine year old Chesterman says last fall, he gathered messages from Massachusetts families to send to the pontiff and delivered them to Boston cardinal, Sean O'Malley, Molly spokesperson to respond to requests to confirm whether the messages have been received by the pontiff. The Vatican has confirmed that it's department overseeing the world's priests has general guidelines for what to do when clerics breaks celibacy vows and father children priests are not supposed to have sex not supposed to father children. My mother had been told to keep it a secret by the church. Sarah Thomas, says her father was a priest met him for the first time when she was fourteen, but he couldn't or wouldn't wasn't allowed to be any so far. That's me about again now confirming it has administrative guidelines for what to do when priests father children's secret till now she and other children, the priests are fighting for recognition from the Catholic church that CBS's Jim Taylor with. That report several dozen graves have been desecrated at a Jewish cemetery in L SaaS Lorraine the latest in a growing number of antisemitic incidents across France. We get details now from correspondent Z the cemetery in the small assassin was vandalized overnight with swastikas painted on the graves. This latest incident comes in the wake of numerous other antisemitic incidents recently last weekend, a renowned philosopher needed police protection as the yellow jackets on him with anti-jewish slurs on Friday to teens were arrested after allegedly firing shots at a synagogue with an air rifle swastikas have also been spray painted on postboxes in street. Portraits of the late French politicians Simone Veil. The New York police department hate crimes task force is offering a twenty five hundred dollar reward for information leading to an arrest after a brick came flying through the window at a Brooklyn synagogue over the weekend. It happened is the rabbi his family and guests were celebrating Shabad came from hates. They're going to lose doesn't win the New York. Police department has also released a surveillance video of a possible suspect. Well, if you remember the iconic photograph of a sailor kissing a woman in Times Square to celebrate the end of World War Two we'll just after the death of the man who claimed to be that sailor a statute commemorating. The picture has been vandalized two days after George Mendonca died in Rhode Island. Sarasota, police say they're looking for whoever spray painted the words me to on the left leg of the nurse. He's shown kissing the statute that recreates the iconic Times Square moment. Investigators say there are no witnesses, nor is there any surveillance video. The kiss was a spontaneous act that celebrated the end of World War Two photograph became one of the most iconic pictures of the twentieth century, the statue has been a Sarasota landmark for a decade. Peter King CBS news Orlando. Well, you never know what you're going to find in an old safe treasure possibly, but that's not what a woman in amesbury found. We get more from WBZ's Doug cope, Barbara. Lawrence bought an old mill building on chestnut street names. Bury it came complete with a five foot by four foot safe. What was inside gold jewels? Nope. Glass, vile filled with something bad ripped off one of the doors, vile sell out. Luckily, it didn't break because it was still the tear-gas state police had to come and take away the vile, which was a sensually a booby-trap. Exactly. Yeah. Good. Good way. Good deterrent for safecracker is opposed. By the way, the safe is still there if you want it it's up for grabs might make a nice planter Doug, cope WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio five fifty on this to save. When we come back. We'll check traffic and weather together. So.

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on Here & Now

"He only knows a Catholic church in crisis when the Pennsylvania grand jury report came out when the revelations about cardinal McCarrick, and sort of the depth of the corruption. And if used came out, I was very angry. But the struggle and the anger has not given me enough reason to jump ship content may be bucking a trend studies. Find about a third of adults who are raised Catholic. Don't stay Catholic. Helen Drinan has stayed with her religion. But she doesn't trust the church. I think that tr-. Just once lost is an extremely difficult thing to regain Drinan is president of Simmons university. She used to work for the Boston. Her styles has hospital system. She left in a dispute with a cardinal over allegations. The hospital CEO was sexually harassing women staffers last year Drinan wrote an op Ed and the globe, titled this Catholic has lost patience with the church. She questioned why it takes a turn as general across the US to uncover criminal activity by priests and why the churches self isn't doing it and Dryden's anger at the church as an institution extends further. So much of the church is male dominated women. Are I'll use the phrase second class citizens. I'm not even sure if second-class addresses the real status of women in the church. Let's step back and say what has made institutions run. Really, really? Well, and we know for example that diversity in decision making mix for better decisions in public companies that have women in the lead there. Their performance in the marketplace goes up many of the Catholics. We spoke with expressed hope that his wrongdoings of the church continue to unspools the lead to a kind of a piffling a rebirth of the church Boston College. Professor, tom. Groom hopes disheartened and dismayed Catholics. Hold onto their faith. I think they have to recognize that. Yes. There Catholic church and the structures of it made dreadful mistakes. But that this faith is deeply life-giving faith. It's the largest educator in the world. But huge social service system to end to simply let go of all of that. Because our institution has failed us. I think that would be sad. Professor grooms wish for the Catholic church is echoed by Barbara THORP. The woman who worked with abuse Veivers in the Boston archdiocese. She finds reason to be hopeful as bad as this new moment is I think we are in more in a time of light than darkness because it is the light. That's exposing these things. That have been hidden. And in secret in need to be addressed the eyes of the faithful will be on the Vatican next month when pope Francis.

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on Here & Now

"He only knows a Catholic church in crisis when the Pennsylvania grand jury report came out when the revelations about cardinal McCarrick, and sort of the depth of the corruption. And if used came out, I was very angry. But the struggle and the anger has not given me enough reason to jump ship content may be bucking a trend studies. Find about a third of adults who are raised Catholic. Don't stay Catholic. Helen Drinan has stayed with her religion. But she doesn't trust the church. I think that tr-. Just once lost is an extremely difficult thing to regain Drinan is president of Simmons university. She used to work for the Boston her stas hospital system. She left in a dispute with a cardinal over allegations. The hospital CEO was sexually harassing women staffers last year Drinan wrote an op-ed and the globe, titled this Catholic has lost patience with the church. She questioned why it takes attorneys-general across the US to uncover criminal activity by priests and why the churches self isn't doing it and Dryden's anger at the church as an institution extends further. So much of the church is male dominated women. Are I'll use the phrase second class citizens. I'm not even sure if second-class addresses the real status of women in the church. Let's step back and say what has made institutions run. Really, really? Well, and we know for example that diversity in decision making makes for better decisions in public companies that have women in the lead there. Their performance in the marketplace goes up many of the Catholics. We spoke with expressed hope that his wrongdoings of the church continue to unspeakable the lead to a kind of a piffling a rebirth of the church Boston College. Professor, tom. Groom hopes disheartened and dismayed Catholics. Hold onto their faith. I think they have to recognize that. Yes. There Catholic church and the structure of it made dreadful mistakes. But that this faith is deeply life-giving faith. It's the largest educator in the world, but huge social service system and to simply let go of all of that. Because our institution has failed us, I think that would be sad. Professor grooms wish for the Catholic church is echoed by Barbara THORP. The woman who worked with abuse Veivers in the Boston archdiocese. She finds reason to be hopeful as bad as this new moment is I think we are in more in a time of light than darkness because it is the light. That's exposing these things. That have been hidden. And in secret in need to be addressed the eyes of the faithful will be on the Vatican next month when pope Francis.

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on Here & Now

"Other Saint Bridget parishioners say they separate their faith from the lapses in their church. Push grace Meena those who are wrong. I want them to have the Justice that they seek, and I want those who wrong them to be meet that out the Justice that bady serve. But it does not really affect me with my relationship with the Lord. It seems like, you know, deja vu all over again and even worse with even more pain. I think Barbara THORP worked for the Boston archdiocese. She directed the office that provides pastoral and mental health support to survivors of priest abuse. She did so for a decade we had enough we knew enough to move forward, and we didn't. And the we refers to the global church Thorpe criticizes the global church for not implementing the reforms. The Boston archdiocese has father John Conley is at Saint Teresa of Avalon in Boston. He. Says the way forward for the church is obvious this things easy to understand how to fix if you take as your prime directive the protection of children Conley previously worked with Boston's cardinal O'Malley. He coordinated the archdiocese response to priest sex-abuse he and Barbara THORP credit the cardinal for helping to right the ship. The archdiocese has instituted yearly criminal background checks on all clergy staff and volunteers. It's also implemented abuse prevention training for employees, and even Catholic school students the archdiocese mandates that all allegations of abuse get reported to law enforcement and publishes the names of accused. Clergy. Even though it took almost a decade to make those names public father. Conley says these changes in Boston are vital the culture of silence. And secrecy, the, prevail. For decades is no longer than norm. And that needs to be replicated in the church wrote the world many Catholics felt the church had a chance to chart a new course this past fall when the US. Conference of Catholic bishops met in Baltimore. They were planning to vote on protocols for how bishops would be investigated for abuse and held accountable for proper handling of abuse allegations. But pope Francis ordered the group to do nothing until bishops from around the world convene at the Vatican. Next month. Many Catholics considered the pope's action another blow to a church. That's a shadow of what it was decades ago. More than one hundred parishes in the Boston archdiocese of closed in the past thirty years, and the number of people in the pews has steadily declined as it has nationally. The archdiocese says only about twelve percent of Catholics in the region. Attend mass Daphne Collins lives just outside of Boston. I started as a deeply religious Catholic coming from a family of deep culture. My mother carved saints. She has family roots in Catholicism going back centuries all the way to Spain. I know my prayers in Spanish and English Collins has long wanted the church to allow women and married people to become priests. But the disclosures of abuse last summer brought her to the breaking point she stopped going to mass. I really believe that our purpose in life is to know God and to serve others, and yet here I belong into this organization that is no reflection to all the humanity. That belongs to the organization, they say, well, it's going to take a long time for these teams to change. It's such an old institution. Won't you know, I'm an old institution. I'm sixty one in my lifetime. This is an old time. And it's time for me to just be authentic to myself Collins now worships with Quakers in a nearby town. Carrie Rodriguez of the suburb Medford on the other hand still attends mass several times a week at Saint Anthony shrine in downtown Boston. What happens in this building is faith in action every single day? The shrines mission is rooted in social Justice where it Rigas and her children are part of a church group that hands out food socks and scarves to people who are homeless this function that happens in the. The Catholic church the over arching organization, that's a million miles from what is happening in this building the church, and the Roman Catholic organization that was created by men this work that you're seeing on our street in the shrine is the work that we have been called to as Catholics that sense of connection with those who are suffering keeps student. Angelo. He sues Konta in the church. He studied theology at Boston College..

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"boston archdiocese" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"boston archdiocese" Discussed on Here & Now

"Other Saint Bridget parisioners say they separate their faith from the lapses in their church, Bushnell grace Meena those who are wrong. I want them to have the Justice they seek, and I want those who wrong them to be meet that out the Justice that bady serve. But it does not really affect me with my relationship with the Lord. It seems like, you know, deja vu all over again and even worse with even more pain. I think Barbara THORP worked for the Boston archdiocese. She directed the office that provides pastoral and mental health support to survivors of priest abuse. She did so for a decade we had enough we knew enough to move forward, and we didn't. And the we refers to the global church Thorpe criticizes the global church for not implementing the reforms. The Boston archdiocese has father John Conley is at Saint Teresa of Avalon in Boston. He. Says the way forward for the church is obvious this things easy to understand how to fix if you take as your prime directive the protection of children kindly previously worked with Boston's cardinal O'Malley. He coordinated the archdiocese response to priest sex-abuse he and Barbara THORP credit the cardinal for helping to right the ship. The archdiocese has instituted yearly criminal background checks on all clergy staff and volunteers. It's also implemented abuse prevention training for employee's and even Catholic school students the archdiocese mandates that all allegations of abuse get reported to law enforcement and publishes the names of accused. Clergy. Even though it took almost a decade to make those names public father. Conley says these changes in Boston are vital the culture of silence. And secrecy, the, prevail. For decades is no longer the norm. And that needs to be replicated in the church of the world. Many Catholics felt the church had a chance to chart a new course this past fall when the US. Conference of Catholic bishops met in Baltimore. They were planning to vote on protocols for how bishops would be investigated for abuse and held accountable for proper handling of abuse allegations. But pope Francis ordered the group to do nothing until bishops from around the world convene at the Vatican. Next month. Many Catholics considered the pope's action another blow to a church. That's a shadow of what it was decades ago. More than one hundred parishes in the Boston archdiocese of closed in the past thirty years, and the number of people in the pews has steadily declined as it has nationally. The archdiocese says only about twelve percent of Catholics in the region. Attend mass Daphne Collins lives just outside of Boston. I started as a deeply religious Catholic coming from family of deep culture. My mother carved saints. She has family roots in Catholicism going back centuries all the way to Spain. I know my prayers and Spanish and English Collins has long wanted the church to allow women and married people to become priests. But the disclosures of abuse last summer brought her to the breaking point she stopped going to mess. I really believe that our purpose in life is to know God and to serve others and yet here I belong into this organization. That is no reflection to all humanity that belongs to the organization they say, well, it's going to take a long time for these things to change it's such an old institution. Well, you know, I'm an old institution. I'm sixty one in my lifetime. This is an old time. And it's time for me to just be authentic to myself Collins now worships with Quakers in a nearby town. Carrie Rodriguez of the suburb Medford on the other hand still attends mass several times a week at Saint Anthony shrine in downtown Boston. What happens in this building is faith in action every single day? The shrines mission is rooted in social Justice where Rigas and her children are part of a church group that hands out food socks and scarves to people who are homeless this function that happens in the. The Catholic church the over arching organization, that's a million miles from what is happening in this building the church, and the Roman Catholic organization that was created by men this work that you're seeing on our street in the shrine is the work that we have been called to as Catholics that sense of connection with those who are suffering keeps student. Angela he sues Konta in the church. He studied theology at Boston College..

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Why allergies aren’t nuts at all

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00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Why allergies aren’t nuts at all

"National epi pen shortage remains unresolved as kids return to school. Impacts nearly six million children in the United. States who assumed dollar allergies that means roughly two in every, classroom with, kids headed back to school discipline efforts shortage is really unacceptable Lisa Gable says, the recent food allergy in research education survey shows eight out of ten people said they couldn't fill prescriptions for lifesaving Ephron she says if you're affected by the shortfall visit heart our make that. Health mart dot com defined an independent pharmacy that might have epipens in stock or, ask your, doctor to prescribe different brand Gable also says Bannon emergency use your expired auto. Injector if it's all you have and then call nine one one to get follow, up

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Australian's Parliament speech on 'final solution' condemned

WBZ Midday News

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Australian's Parliament speech on 'final solution' condemned

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SEC scrutiny of Tesla grows as Goldman hints at advisor role

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00:26 sec | 3 years ago

SEC scrutiny of Tesla grows as Goldman hints at advisor role

"Tesla shares are falling. On a report that the SEC has Senate a subpoena regarding Yulon must plan to take tests the private and his claim that funding was secured for the deal FOX business sites sources, for the report and says regulators investigation. Has progressed to the formal stage no, comment from tests though or the SEC Goldman Sachs meanwhile confirms it is now tesla This financial advisor but. It, hasn't confirmed that this is actually about going

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Prayer Vigil Held at Detroit Church for Aretha Franklin

WBZ Morning News

02:48 min | 3 years ago

Prayer Vigil Held at Detroit Church for Aretha Franklin

"ETA. Detroit church this morning prayer service is being held for the ailing Queen of soul Aretha Franklin The new Bethel Baptist church in Detroit routinely has an early morning prayer, service but this morning. Prisoners, like Mary Boone are asking for a, miracle for the Queen of soul Aretha Franklin spraying time now, if you love her is praying time so it's. Time to come out and shout about Franklin's pastor Robert, Smith junior has a message for Aretha Franklin

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