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Britain and world say final goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

Britain and world say final goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II

"The last post has been sounded at the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II as the nation falls silent to honor Britain's longest reigning monarch The king had led members of the royal family in a procession behind the coffin to Westminster Abbey where world leaders were among the congregation of the hour long service during the sermon the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin wilby remembers Queen Elizabeth Now gone from us she was joyful Present to so many touching and multitude of lives The coffin left the Abbey to proceed by gun carriage to Wellington arch before the queen's laid to rest later next to her beloved husband Prince Philip at saint George's chapel in Windsor Charles De Ledesma under

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Queen Elizabeth II's coffin to be flown back to London from Scotland to lie in state

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Queen Elizabeth II's coffin to be flown back to London from Scotland to lie in state

"The queen's coffin is leaving Scotland late on Tuesday to be flown back to London and driven to her official London home Buckingham Palace The queen will lie in state at Westminster hall in central London from Wednesday September 14 There will first be a ceremonial procession through London to the Palace of Westminster at 3 p.m. UK time where the Archbishop of Canterbury will conduct a short service following the service the lying in state will begin It will last for full days Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to file past the coffin and pay their respects Meanwhile King Charles has received a rapturous welcome at hillsborough castle the royal residence in Northern Ireland on his first visit as monarch Charles

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Why Was America Able to Self-Govern? Historian Bill Federer Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:04 min | 3 months ago

Why Was America Able to Self-Govern? Historian Bill Federer Explains

"But why America? Why was it all of a sudden we were able to bring the ideals of self government into practice because there was a struggle obviously against king George and our origins, if we stand the top history and I agree with you as respecting the individual, what caused that to manifest. Interesting goes back to the reformation that goes back to church, and the idea of a church government that's congregational in the model versus the hierarchal model. The hierarchical model in England the king was at the top and your relationship with God is through this structure of Archbishop of Canterbury and so forth. But in the Protestant puritan model, there's a group that's an ecclesia, a body, and the pastor's job is to get everybody to have their relationship with the lord and then coach them to become mature Christians and find their place in the body and plug in in this thing grows. And that was the situation in New England, not in Virginia, but in New

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Pope makes Easter plea for Ukraine peace, cites nuclear risk

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Pope makes Easter plea for Ukraine peace, cites nuclear risk

"Pope pope pope pope Francis Francis Francis Francis makes makes makes makes an an an an Easter Easter Easter Easter plea plea plea plea for for for for peace peace peace peace in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine and and and and in in in in other other other other wars wars wars wars in in in in the the the the world world world world after after after after celebrating celebrating celebrating celebrating Easter Easter Easter Easter Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday mass mass mass mass for for for for tens tens tens tens of of of of thousands thousands thousands thousands of of of of faithful faithful faithful faithful in in in in St St St St Peter's Peter's Peter's Peter's square square square square but but but but the the the the first first first first time time time time since since since since the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic but but but but she she she she lamented lamented lamented lamented the the the the pope pope pope pope Francis Francis Francis Francis delivered delivered delivered delivered his his his his traditional traditional traditional traditional geo geo geo geo political political political political speech speech speech speech in in in in which which which which he he he he cited cited cited cited the the the the risk risk risk risk of of of of nuclear nuclear nuclear nuclear warfare warfare warfare warfare for for for for the the the the pope pope pope pope the the the the war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine has has has has weighed weighed weighed weighed on on on on his his his his heart heart heart heart speaking speaking speaking speaking from from from from the the the the central central central central balcony balcony balcony balcony of of of of St St St St Peter's Peter's Peter's Peter's square square square square Francis Francis Francis Francis said said said said may may may may there there there there be be be be peace peace peace peace for for for for war war war war torn torn torn torn Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine so so so so sorely sorely sorely sorely tried tried tried tried by by by by the the the the violence violence violence violence and and and and destruction destruction destruction destruction of of of of this this this this cruel cruel cruel cruel and and and and senseless senseless senseless senseless war war war war into into into into which which which which it it it it was was was was dragged dragged dragged dragged in in in in London London London London the the the the archbishop archbishop archbishop archbishop of of of of Canterbury Canterbury Canterbury Canterbury exhorted exhorted exhorted exhorted Russia Russia Russia Russia to to to to withdraw withdraw withdraw withdraw from from from from Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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Zibanejad scores late, Rangers beat Lightning 2-1

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Zibanejad scores late, Rangers beat Lightning 2-1

"Make as a manager had scored a tie breaking power play goal with sixteen seconds left in the Rangers two one win over the lightning Igor sister can me twenty eight saves and Jacob Trouba had the other New York goal Trueba tied it midway through the second period Brayden point scored and Andrei vasilevskiy stopped twenty five shots for the lightning who were coming off a three in three road trip point ended a six game goal drought the Rangers went three and overseas Canterbury sweeping the season series for the first time since twenty thirteen I'm Dave Ferrie

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On Christmas, pope prays for pandemic's end, peace dialogues

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 9 months ago

On Christmas, pope prays for pandemic's end, peace dialogues

"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker Christmas Christmas is is being being celebrated celebrated around around the the world world as as the the faithful faithful return return to to some some annual annual religious religious gatherings gatherings from from the the Vatican Vatican to to the the UK UK to to the the US US more more not not not not pope pope Francis Francis prayed prayed for for an an end end to to the the pandemic pandemic during during his his Christmas Christmas day day address address at at the the Vatican Vatican for for a a few few thousand thousand people people seated seated in in a a rain rain soaked soaked Saint Saint Peter's Peter's square square the the pontiff pontiff also also pushed pushed for for vaccines vaccines for for the the poor poor health health care care for for all all people people and and to to resolving resolving the the world's world's conflicts conflicts at at a a crowded crowded midnight midnight mass mass at at St St Patrick's Patrick's cathedral cathedral in in New New York York where where the the wire wire wore wore masks masks as as they they sang sang cardinal cardinal Timothy Timothy Dolan Dolan said said every every mass mass is is a a live live nativity nativity scene scene again again Jesus Jesus is is reborn reborn in in our our hearts hearts through through faith faith the the head head of of the the church church of of England England the the most most Reverend Reverend Justin Justin Welby Welby called called for for compassion compassion the the Christmas Christmas story story shows shows just just how how we we must must treat treat those those who who on on like like this this who who have have far far less less than than the the US US ship ship up up Canterbury Canterbury also also spoke spoke of of the the climate climate crisis crisis describing describing the the damage damage to to the the planet planet as as human human sin sin Julie Julie Walker Walker AP AP news news

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"canterbury" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"canterbury" Discussed on Harvard Classics

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"canterbury" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"canterbury" Discussed on Harvard Classics

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"canterbury" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"canterbury" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"There was his son a young squire a lover and a lusty bachelor with locks crow. As they were laid in press twenty years of age he was. I guess of his stature he was of even length and wunderle deliver great of strength and he had been sometime in chevy in flanders and artois and pickety inborn him. Well as of so little space and hope to stand in his ladies grace embroidered was he as it were met all full of fresh flowers. White and red singing. He was or fluting all today. He was as fresh as the month of may short was as gown with sleeves. Long and wide. Well could he sit on horse and faira ride. He could hassan's make in well. Indict joust in eek dance as well portrayed right so hot he loved that by neither tale. He slept no more than dot. The nightingale courteous. He was lonely and serviceable and carved before his father at the table. A yeoman had he and servants nomo at that time for him astride so and he was clad and coat and hood of green sheath of peacock arrows bright and keen under his belt. He bare full thriftily. Well could he dress his tackle yeoman mainly his arrows droop not with feathers low and in his hands he bear a mighty bow and not head had he with the brown visage of foot craft. Could he will all the usage upon his arms he bear gabe racer and by his side sword and buckler and on that other side gay dagmara harnessed well. Sharp is point of spear christopher on his breast of silver sheen and horn he bare the ball drake was of green. Forester was heath tooth. Toothy as i guess there was also a none prior est. The of her smiling was full. Simple and coy greatest so with by saint louis and she was clapping. Madame hicklin clinton full well. She sang the service divine in tuned. In her news. Full seemly french. She spadeful fair and feticide. The after the school of stratford at a boat for french of paris was to her on no at nato as she well you taught with all she let no morsel from her lips fall nor what her fingers in her sauce deep. Well could she carry a morsel and well keep that no drop but nayef fell upon her breast and courtesy was set full much her lest her over lipa white. She still clean that in her cup. There was no farthing scene of greece. When she drunken had heard trot obscenely after her meet she and secretly she was of great to sport and full pleasant in amiable of port in paint her to counterfeit to cheer of court and be a stately of mantra and to behold indignity of reverence but for to speak speaking of her conscience she was so charitable so piteous she would we with that. She saw a mouse caught in a trap. If it were dead or bled of smaller hounds had she that she fed with roasted flesh and milk in while still bread but she wept if one of them were dead or if meant smelted with the artists smart and always conscience and tender heart. Full seemly her wimbley pinch. 'twas her nose treatise her i in graz glass her mouthful small and there too soft and red but secretly. She had a fair forehead. It was a span of brow metro for hardly she was not undergrowth. Full fetish was her cloak. As i was wear of small quarrel about her arm. She a pair of beads. God at all with green and they're on hung a brooch of gold full sheen. On which i you written in crown day. And after a more vincent omnia another none also with her head she that was her chaplain and priestess..

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"canterbury" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"canterbury" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"This is a liberal. Vox recording all liberal. Vox recordings are in the public domain recording by thomas hoover canterbury tales by geoffrey chaucer. The prologue when that opera lewis with showers suit the drought of march at pierce to the route and bathed every vein in such kaur of which virtue engendered is the when zephyr seek with his to breath inspired half every holton heath the tender crops in the youngest son. Hathen the rim has half coursey run in small fouls make melody that sleeping. All the night with open-eye so perkins them nature in their courage is then long a folk to go on pilgrimages and palmer's four to seek strange strands to fern hollows couth in sundry lands and especially from every shires end of england to canterbury. They wind the holy blissful martyr for to seek that them hath hope and when that they were sick befell that in that season on a day in southwark at the tabart. As i lay ready to win on my pilgrimage to canterbury with devout courage at night was come into that hostelry. Well nine and twenty. In a company of sundry folk by adventure he fall and fellowship and pilgrims were they all the tort canterbury would ride the chamber in the stables were wide and well we were in east at the best and shortly when the sun was to rest..

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Pope, Patriarch and Canterbury Abbot Issue Climate Appeal

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Pope, Patriarch and Canterbury Abbot Issue Climate Appeal

"The pope a leading patriarch in the archbishop of Canterbury issue we claim that appeal the world's top Christian leaders have issued a joint appeal for delegates at the upcoming climate summit to listen to the cry of the earth and make sacrifices to save the planet it's the first ever joint statement by pope Francis the archbishop of Canterbury and the spiritual leader of the world's orthodox Christians in the statement the three Christian leaders said the corona virus pandemic a political leaders an unprecedented opportunity to rethink the global economy and help make it more sustainable and socially just for the poor I Walter Ratliff

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Influential Educators: Abolitionist Prudence Crandall

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Influential Educators: Abolitionist Prudence Crandall

"Was born on september third. Eighteen three in rhode island booth of her parents. Pardon and esther were farmers. Imprudence was young. Her family relocated to canterbury connecticut. There prudence studied arithmetic. Latin and science topics not normally taught to girls at the time. But prudence is family was quaker. Quakers believe in equal opportunity for education in eighteen. Thirty one. prudence opened her own private school for girls. The canterbury female boarding school. The school served the wealthiest canterbury families and was a source of great pride in the community. It was ranked as one of the best schools in connecticut with the curriculum that rivaled even the most elite all boys schools but prudence is school was not entirely equal. All of her students were white to encourage prudence to take a more aggressive stance. Prudence is black housekeeper. Marsha davis began strategically leaving copies of the abolitionist newspaper. The liberator in places where she knew prudence would find them. The liberator promoted the need for immediate abolition as opposed to a gradual abolition. That was more commonly supported by the new england. Delete sarah harris who came from a prominent black family in the area was the first to actively approach prudence about integrating school. Sara was eager to continue her own education so that she could become a teacher for other black children and in eighteen thirty. Two prudence enrolled sarah in the canterbury boarding school. The decision was met with outrage white. Parents demanded that prudence expel sarah when she refused. They withdrew their daughters from the school realizing that she'd need to find new sources of tuition. Prudence went to speak with william lloyd garrison. The outspoken white abolitionist publisher of the liberator prudence and william discussed the possibility of converting the canterbury school into a school entirely for black girls. William connected prudence with money of the most prominent black families in new england and in eighteen thirty three the school reopened with a new mission to educate quote young ladies and little misses of color. The class consisted of twenty four students and the curriculum remained identical to that of the original. Can't school

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"canterbury" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"canterbury" Discussed on KOMO

"Of Canterbury in the eastern part of the state was hardest hit. And in New Jersey it looks like Middlesex County is hardest hit after after 200 people had to be rescued from their homes. And officials say approximately 42,000 people have been evacuated from Afghanistan since the end of July. In the last 72 hours up to 16,000. The FDA granted full approval today to the fighter coronavirus vaccine the same day that Washington state's mask mandate kicked in again. A B C's Aaron Carter Ski has more approval of the Pfizer vaccine, which was previously authorized for emergency use is expected to set off mandates at hospitals, universities, companies municipalities in the military, the FDA Dr Janet Woodcock hopes there's another consequence. Most important thing is that people are currently unvaccinated get vaccinated, and we hope this approval will bolster confidence of those who have been wavering. The FDA said The data showed the Pfizer vaccine to be sold under the name community was 91% effective in preventing infection. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK, The CDC just come out with new Covid 19 guidance for cruise ships now warning travelers who are at increased risk for severe illness. Should avoid travel on cruise ships, regardless of vaccination status. Included in that group, older adults and those who are immuno compromise. Overweight, pregnant or recently pregnant. Over the past few months, the cruise lines have been slowly returning the seas with these new protocols in place they've been working with the CDC. They have their own scientists and doctors in place. So this is nothing really new for them. But some passengers annoyed Keith Moreland and his wife, who uses a machine at night for her breathing problems are still moving forward with their carnival cruise. We have our, uh, vaccines. Uh, We will wear mask. We're going to go live life. We're not gonna let something like this. Stop us from being able to enjoy what we wanted to be able to do in the first place. But others are heeding the warning and postponing their trips. The ocean will still be there. You know, in six months And I'll wait and at some point it will be fun again. And that's when I'll go Carnival, calling the CDC guidance, a common sense reminder, saying since it set sail again in July, it doesn't allow guests requiring oxygen or dialysis to sell at this time. Given the greater risk to them, But the CDC says the chance of getting covid on the cruise hi. Just last week 26 crew members and one passenger on the mostly vaccinated Carnival Vista. Tested positive. Well, you might see little changes from ship to ship from cruise line to cruise line. They've all been very consistent with the protocols being in place, and that's something that we're going to continue to see evolved as we still kind of get through this pandemic. The CDC is also urging travelers to get tested 123 days before their crews and 3 to 5 days after their trip. Regardless of vaccination status. You heard.

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Will We Still Use Masks When All the Mandates Expire?

The Big Story

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Will We Still Use Masks When All the Mandates Expire?

"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Dr mitsukoshi hori is a professor of schumann university in japan. He's currently working at its overseas campus chaucer college and canterbury in the uk. He has a phd in sociology and has studied the history of mask wearing in japan. Hello professor horry. Hello hi before. We talk about eastern versus western views on the practice of mask-wearing. Maybe you could just go way back and explain. When did public mask wearing for health reasons originate. Yes three shows. It's only tonight's in the west. The practice of muscle building was by the carey out in the especially medical institutions across the west also in japan. I think the musk willing was popularized during the spanish flu onto make then i think public. Musk willing encouraged in the west Both in europe on the north america in the case was a ban it was introduced to the japanese authorities during the time at the practice commodity carried out in the in the west. Then his authority impetus Japan so that was kind of the footage of mosque wearing and after that pandemic past. Where did the practice remain in. Where did it vanish. It remained in japan. But somehow it's disappeared in north america and europe and i stood on though why disappears. So that's the kind of you know the big mystery. Probably we need further research on will and that's

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Australia, a Prison Colony, Is Back on Lockdown After 3 COVID Deaths

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Australia, a Prison Colony, Is Back on Lockdown After 3 COVID Deaths

"Australia is now a prison colony. I would argue it's worse than a prison colony. Because in a prison colony, you know you can go to work and go make license plates. In a prison colony. You can also talk to your Cell mate or people in the jail. Not in Australia. Europe cut five. Jim, I want you to check this out. He's an Australian news anchor explaining how the country is locking down over how many covid deaths millions. No, they're locking down over. Three. 3000 No 3 300 No No. Three Australia. Prison colony. Check this out. Good evening. Within hours, Sydney will be in the group of much tougher restrictions. The premier clamping down on the stubborn Delta outbreak with what she's calling and no regrets Policy and this is why, from a record 82,000 tests the state today recorded 111 cases and, tragically, the third covid death in this outbreak. A man aged in his eighties from the city's southeast across greater Sydney. Retail shops will now close. A small list of essential stores can remain open construction sites across the city. Shut down and from midnight tonight, 110 suburbs across Liverpool, Fairfield and Canterbury Bankstown will be sealed shut. That's 900,000 residents who can't leave their area even for work. Did you just hear that? That's not the Babylon Bee or the onion? That's an actual news report out of Australia. Three people died all be a tragic deaths are not statistics. They're real people. He's a real breathing people who died. Three people died. So they're shutting down entire portions of Australia. You can't go to work. You can't even talk to people. But they didn't say that there. No, no, That's the next clip coming up next. Don't go anywhere. Not allowed to go to work not allowed to leave your house. You're on

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Hundreds evacuated, some by chopper, from New Zealand floods

BBC World Service

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Hundreds evacuated, some by chopper, from New Zealand floods

"The Canterbury region received as much as 16 inches of rain. Some people were rescued by helicopter. It's raining heavily in Taiwan, but that's welcomed by residents. Since Taiwan has had its worst drought in

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The Royal Family Celebrates Prince Philips Life

The HeirPod

02:29 min | 1 year ago

The Royal Family Celebrates Prince Philips Life

"Welcome back to the airport on a day. That has been one for the royal history books. The duke of edinburgh has laid to rest after what was very intimate funeral. It's george's chapel windsor. Castle a with maggie with both at the end of what has been i would say a somewhat emotional day. Wouldn't you yeah. You know i was surprised. How much hit me. Sometimes because you know we've been covering this now for eight days right since. The death was first announced last friday all week. Long we've been hearing amazing tributes talking to people across the country following the story but for some reason today all came together and the most emotional moment was just seeing the family and it really struck me in the middle of it probably. I think when we saw the queen. Especially i mean it's hard not to get choked up a bit and just feel that heartbreak when you see the queen without fill up by her side knows what she's going through. So i totally agree. Definitely be more today than i was anticipating. The funeral of course was a day. That was prince. Phillip was heavily involved in the plans for a meticulous planner. And i think we kind of saw the fruits of fat today. Despite the fact that we had what was a very cova safe funeral following government guidelines. Any thirty mourners inside george's chapel. It felt like it had this. Show the pump the circumstance over royal events of family moments. There were more than seven hundred thirty members of the armed forces taking part in. It's somewhere across the grounds of the windsor estate. And i think that that lent to a very sort of grand sendoff for the of edinburgh despite inside the chapel it being so bad down and very minimalist in a way you know this was a that. Did not have a eulogy simply. We heard a lot from the archbishop of canterbury the windsor paid his own tribute to prince. Philip is. Kindness is humor and humanity throughout the ceremony. But as you say. I think that image of the queen seated alone in hama sc socially distance from other family members was was one that remains i think in the minds of many as we come to what has been a day of mourning for the entire country.

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Preparations Underway for Prince Philip's Funeral

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Preparations Underway for Prince Philip's Funeral

"As detailed plans for the funeral of Prince Philip emerge. A remembrance service at Canterbury Cathedral this morning gave the British public a chance to mourn his death and remember his life. Willem Marx. Reports from London. Choral music and Prayers were presided over by Britain's most senior clergyman, the archbishop of Canterbury Sunday morning, who described the Duke of Edinburgh remarkable willingness to take the hand. He was dealt in life and straightforwardly to follow its call. Philip Ceremonial funeral next weekend will be televised with his body carried in a procession from Windsor Castle to send George's chapel in a modified Land Rover vehicle. He himself designed alongside a military gun salutes in line with government covert restrictions to 30. Mourners will end to the chapel and Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he will not participate to alarm or the Duke's close family members to attend. For NPR news. I'm gonna marks in London.

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"canterbury" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

Wellness and Wanderlust

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"canterbury" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

"Like that and it's been an adjustment and not being able to go out. I was like. I need my space and so there were times where i would go for like a four hour. Walk to get out and have my me time and definitely. I think that is something that a lot of people have really needed during this time and why not do it in early healthy and productive way so that is awesome now katie. Thank you so much for joining us on the show today. Would you mind telling our listeners where they can find you find more about you. The best way is definitely going to my website. I have pretty much all of my other. Avenues linked there on my website. Is that katie girl dot com. But i'm also super active on instagram at that. Katy girl fitness awesome. We will be sure to link all of that in the show notes and you also started a podcast in november. Do you wanna share with listeners. A little about that. Yeah absolutely so right now. I have one episode but by the time is hopefully i'll have more the holiday I kind of forgot. That thanksgiving was the thing. When i started podcast the week before but it is called lifting happily ever after because i am a big disney fan and it is on i think just about every platform anger took care of a lot of that for me but i know i personally manually edit to spotify an apple podcasts which i think are the two most popular podcasts platforms at this point. Yeah i think. That's where the bulk of my listeners. Come from its but this episode when this airs in the new your I'm excited to get to hear some more of yours as well and be able to send some of our listeners your way so thank you again so much. Yeah thanks for having me. This was a lot of fun. I hope you enjoyed my conversation with katie canterbury. I know my fitness journey has really ebbed and flowed throughout twenty twenty. So i'm really excited to take some tips into practice this year. Who knows maybe now. The weather has cooled down in florida. I might even try to start running a little more. So i have linked all katie's information in the show notes including the app. She recommended for runners. If you enjoyed this episode. I hope you'll leave us a rating and review. I would love to hear your thoughts and subscribe to keep new episodes if you haven't already as always if there's a topic or guest you'd like to see my inbox is always open. You can send me an email at valerie at wellness and wanderlust dot net or dm me on instagram at wellness and wanderlust blog. Thank you for being a part of the wellness and wanderlust family. And i look forward to seeing you next week..

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"canterbury" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

Wellness and Wanderlust

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"canterbury" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

"So i live in the midwest and did at the time and i signed up for a half marathon in southern california where i have family. 'cause i thought it was supposed to be my only half marathon and so i thought i wanna do it somewhere really cool and so i signed up for One in huntington beach california which was amazing and it was in february. And i thought this is gonna perfect. The weather is going to be amazing and honest honest to god did not dawn on me that that meant training in november december and january law in wisconsin. Until after i committed to it. So i do not like to call it a hate the cold and i hate running on the treadmill too so a lot of people don't realize that my longest run going into a half marathon. Which for those. That don't know is thirteen. Point one miles my longest run with seven what i crossed that. Start line to do my half. So wildly under trained. Should've gotten new shoes before i did it. It was like a whole thing was a mess. It was not fun. I finished that and i was like. I'm never doing that. But it is still my favorite because as horrible as it was it was the number one thing that changed my relationship with my body and as horrible as it was. It didn't away. Make me fall in love with running like really fall in love with it and it gave me so much confidence to see that. If i can do that i can do absolutely and anything. I put my mind to you because i never thought i could do a half marathon in my wildest dream. If you told me ten years ago in ten years you're going to have run five half marathons and be signed up for two more. I would have said you have the wrong katie doll. There's five of us in the world and you're definitely talking to one so inspiring though it's making me actually really to try running into new years so but that's really incredible and that led you know ultimately to your coaching practice for many of us. You know we might not work with coach. Currently what should someone consider when they're thinking about working with a coach and what types of services do you offer right now. I'm only doing Impersonate personal training and replaces. But i am getting my ducks in a row to start offering online group classes online personal training in the new year. And i'm also hustling to finish up my nutritionist locations. So i can actually start doing nutritional coaching as well the biggest thing to consider. When you're you're looking for a coach is you gotta find one that has the same values as you and has experienced with. What you're you're doing. I do not train men. Because i just feel like i don't have that experience I i understand the female body much having lived in it and i understand the struggles that women go through much better than i do. Man i connect better with men and so choose to work with women. Because i think it's just a much better fit for my personality and my expertise and i again like i don't. I don't work with people who have any kind of goals doing physique training like i. I don't have the experience to do that. I work with people who have very similar struggles. To what i do and what i have in the past because that's about fit so make sure you're finding a coach. It has the same values if you are interested in intuited eating and really listening to your body. Don't sign up for a coach. That's gonna put you on a calorie counting or macro pounding plan. That's not a mesh well. There are so many different coaches all have amazing qualifications and experience. But you really. It's like anything fitness like working out. It's like finding jim. You've gotta find the thing that just meshes with you and and works with you. Yeah just don't be afraid to ask him questions after testimony all ask them how they feel about certain things that are important to you. like intuitive eating finding a workout. That's really cause some some trainers will get into a a face where this is what works and this is why they wanna put everybody into. Don't be afraid to ask questions or the. I don't enjoy running or weightlifting. Whatever are going to be times for the trainers going to explain. Why why they picked this for your why. They think this is really something that you. She considered her. I'll be afraid. Ask questions and make sure that you have the right fit. That's great advice now. I would love to dive into some rapid fire questions. Our listeners can get to know you a little better. What is your top. Wellness tip drako water. Drink your water your body. Even if it's just a walk around the block movement is really really important and so find a way to do something almost every day. I do believe in restaurants but they said e just a quick walk around the block. Move your body awesome. Where's your favorite travel destination. So they replace. I been definitely Orlando the disney area or southern california is beautiful but top player. I wanna go is new zealand. Because i am an absolute huge lord of the rings nerd and i just see everywhere. They filmed those movies. My gosh that is like a fairy tale land out there. Every time i see photos. I'm dying to get out there so gorgeous my guys now. If you were an animal what animal would you be in y. Oh i'd wanna be tiger. 'cause i always loved them super super bath and they're very independent. I am a very independent person. I like to have my space. I love that. And i don't think anyone's answered that one before too. They're so cute to or just them so much now. What is your number one favourite show to bench so right now so favorite show ever will be friends but right now. I'm really into podcast. Because i'm able to listen to them at work and i've i just a true crime And that's why we drink. I've been all of that. I went through crime junkie. I went through sinister. Hood leah remini show about scientology. I am obsessed with your if it's true crime especially if it's like a comedy all i'm i'm there. That is awesome. I was listening to some of the true crime ones while going for walks at night and my neighborhood and yes so i really. I think now that it's cool enough during the day that i can go for walks or hikes or whatever l feel a little bit safer doing it but Yeah i got into a bad habit of listening to them while walking by myself in the daro after after hearing the story of the golden state killer. I'm a psychopath with a windows. I every single window has to be locked before. I'll go to bed. I will not sleep. I will not. I usually sleep with the window cracked all the time growing up. I'm like no. It has to be closed locked working to make it as hard as possible And then. what is your favorite social distancing activity. Oh running when we were hetland had like the the major major shut down here in illinois every single day i would get out and go for a walk or run. I'm currently live with my mom and my two teenage sisters for the first time in gosh like seven years something.

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"canterbury" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

Wellness and Wanderlust

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"canterbury" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

"Some grace in that. Respect is huge. And that's a really good point. That i should make women in your late twenties and early thirties. I'm sorry to be the bearer avenues. But you're never going to have the body that you had in your high school days or early twenties ever again as see so many women who when i'm like what your goal they're like. I want to be in the show them when i was twenty one. And i'm sorry but genetically and biologically just not going to have our bodies change our metabolism so fast when we're young and unfortunately you're not going to get get back to that and you can't make that your goal but you can be an even better shape you can be you can have. Almost you could be stronger. But you're not gonna look like i'm twenty seven. I am not going to look. Like i look at twenty two ever. I was so tiny. But i also had no muscle on me like no muscle. All i don't know i was. I was just. I did not work out. I just really fast metabolism. So that's why. I was so skinny. And i accepted that. I'm not gonna have on again. But i can have an even better one but i just think a lot of women when you're making your when you're making your goal unattainable you're setting yourself up for failure so you just need to realize that you can have an amazing awesome body but it's it's not gonna look like it. Did you know when you're in your early twenties. Yeah i yeah. I couldn't agree more. That's really great advice and just something that we need to be reminding ourselves because you're right you are setting yourself up for failure when you're going for an unattainable goal. Many people have had children in that time as well and you know. We have so many changes with our bodies as women. It's unfortunate that the men don't go through quite the same way but we still can. You know i feel like. I am a lot healthier than i was at twenty twenty two years old regardless of how i've looking you know in the mirror or exactly and that's that's the real and that's why that's one thing i hate about the whole like just the push to be skinny as a lot of times. Skinny isn't even healthy. Like when i was in my early twenties. I was so tiny but i know my body i had i. I was so flabby. I had i was like what they call skinny fat like. I was very small. But i had a lot more than people realize on me because i have a very small bone structure and i had no muscle. I was not my healthiest. I was not my strongest and my goal now is not to be skinny. It's to be. I wanna be struck. I wanna be one. We women worth like dome with her can and will kick your butt. That's my goal. I want to be able to go to one of those american. Ninja warrior gems. Because they do have gyms like that that you can go to pass around. I want to go to one of those and have fun because right now it would not be fun. I don't have enough of strength to do that stuff. So yeah they make how vehicle makes strength. miracle don't make it just skinny because you can be real. I mean we all know that you can be super skinny also still be very unhealthy Yeah and i gotta say. Those ninja warrior gyms This pretty bad ass. You know you're in no one's gonna mess with you. That's how i felt doing kickboxing i. I did lose some weight. Doing boxing and i felt myself toning up. But i felt so strong. And just like no one can mess with me because now i have really good form with my kicks. They still have a long way to go. But i felt so much stronger and so proud of myself. Who were doing these bad ass moves. I never done before. Kickboxing is amazing. I did it briefly. And i need to get back into it because then money on boxing was any therapy session. I've yes because you just get mad and you're punching at something and And it's socially acceptable to do it and Yeah great stress relief. So you do you do a lot of running and that's something that i dabbled a little bit in college. I joke that the only running i do is from my problems A lot of people consider running and they're worried about you. Know you mentioned like your knees or injury. Things like that but a lot of us are interested. I think running gives you a great goal. Especially if you're going toward a five k. Or you know two different race for those of us who really have never run both were. How can we get started the most important thing. Oh my gosh. i'm so happy. I can do a whole talk episode. Get good running shoes. I just picked up some from where i worked when i first started running and they were not what i needed and it was it made running very painful and i see this olot with new runners. Take the time to go. Get good running shoes. I'm a huge fan of six I i work for them. I've worked with them for the last three years. I've worn them pretty much except for that. First pair of shoes or running life and their Their outlets all over the country. Go in get it. Make sure you're in the right shoe. If you don't have an ethic store near you go there like an independent running store where they can do a gait analysis and tell you what kind of shoe unique because that is really going to make a huge difference in comfort on especially with your knees if you have any kind of issues with overcrowding i do. You're going to potentially have a lot more knee pain if you're not in the right shoes so make sure you're in the right shoes. They are worth the investment at the end of the day. You're running shoes. Protector vodka on the pavement. And having the right running shoes and prevent injury and much more expensive compilations down the road. Get some good running shoes and then i really love the couch to five k. Program or a six actually owns the keeper and if you sign up for the one eight six program which is basically just signing up to emails you get a ninety day free trial of the run keeper premium act which i love so much i pay for it every month and they have training plans in there for five k ten k half marathon and full marathon so get some good running shoes and then find an app with training lands and just get started and keep going because getting started with running is the hardest parts. It really is it. Your body's not. Like when i first started running like like i say how much i love running and i. I love it when i first started. I was like i hate this. This hurt. I didn't know how to pay myself. Which is a whole other thing. It just wasn't getting. It wasn't until i i was doing it for probably a couple of months where i was like. Oh this is this is getting easier. This is actually fun. I actually enjoy this and also to don't be afraid do walk. I have run. Five half marathons at this point. And i still do a run walk run method because i like to run fast and i can't sustain the speed at which i like to go for more than a minute or two so i've run and then i take a break and i walk and then i run again. And that's perfectly fine and you are still a runner. I that's one thing. I see a lot of people don't want to like claim the warriors title. 'cause they're not good enough. You are and find some running groups on facebook because i swear. The running community is one of the most welcoming encouraging amazing communities. I'm in multiple groups from multiple different niches in the running community and i have yet to find any runner at all. That's like you're not running fast enough. You're not a runner. You're you're jogger like everybody's like whether you're running a seven minute mile or a you know. Sixteen minute mile like you're running. That's awesome way to go congratulate yourself. It's a really amazing community to be part of. that's incredible. Do you have favorite that you've done over the years. Oh my gosh. That is such a difficult question because there are so many that i've love will probably always be my first half marathon because it was such a mess and such an amazing experience at the same time. A lot of people don't know that going into that half marathon..

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"canterbury" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

Wellness and Wanderlust

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"canterbury" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

"That way. Even if i don't get to the weight i'm looking towards if i can say why consistently worked out all year than it's still a win and that keeps me motivated and then the other thing That i've learned a lot about this year is set smuggles because i just a lot working at the gym people come in and like how many times do you to go circling suggests. They're like i want to go at least four or five times a week. Verify to four or five at a really big jump to great ambition but the problem is if you set your four times a week and you only go three zero to three still a huge jump great accomplishment but if you set your goal four you're going to feel like oh look at me. I once again didn't do it. I thought it was gonna do. I thought go four times all went. Ray i don't think anything you're going to get this negative minds base if you set your goal at two times a week and you do three. You're like look at me i'm awesome. I'm crushing this first week. I already hit my goal. I'm going to do it again. You get that boost of confidence that then pushes you to continue doing it and you can work up to that four times a week. If that's your ultimate goal but start small so you get that instant boost of like you were doing this. Give yourself some confidence. That's going to keep you going. I love that. I think that is so important and i think especially those behavioral goals. Because you're right losing a specific amount of way. Our bodies are so unpredictable. And i know that. I have weighed the same thing at two different times in my life and look very different and then a lot healthier one time versus another time and at one of those times i might have been lifting weights and going to the gym and so my weight was really not that number was not even really reflecting my health at that point or even how i looked so i do think that's incredibly important but you know rather than losing a specific type of weight. It was really the behaviors in the way i was eating. That was really making the difference. You know listening to a lot of cases. Zero podcast adopt a lot about personal development psychology. And she talks a lot about how most of the time we we're going after certain goal. It's not the hardened bathroom goal. It's a feeling we're looking for. And i find that when i'm focused on eating better eating so i feel better and moving my body in a way that i love even when i felt like you know we all have those times where we just feel fine of weight and maybe a little ugly and we're not so happy with our bodies even at the worst of those times. I have felt ten times. Better the four lose any significant amount of weight. Because i'm treating myself like. I'm a priority and i feel less bloated and less sluggish. Because i'm eating better. And i moving my body and i always noticed that i feel so much more beautiful and confident long before anybody says anything about. Hey have you lost weight. I feel better. And that's what we're usually after. It's not the twenty pounds. You wanna lose or ten or whatever is we wanna feel competent. We wanna feel beautiful and sexy. And i don't think a lot of women realize that you don't actually need to lose weight to feel that way. You just need to start taking better care of yourself. Entry yourself like a priority because a lot of times with women wear the last thing blast person we take care of and that's why we feel like crap. I could not agree more. I think that is such great advice. Now for those who are getting into the new year who are maybe getting back into a fitness routine. Maybe they were really into it. And the pandemic hit. They kinda lost those healthy habits. What are some ways they can get back into a fitness routine. I think there's a say of the same way you get started with it. Make small changes make behavioral the hardest thing when you're getting back into something is the comparison game is so much harder when you're comparing to yourself at your best. 'cause that's what i had last year like. I said i went through a really stressful time. Didn't work out regularly. I did not eat healthy and trying to get back into it with so discouraging. Because every time i went for a run i was like. I'm so slow. I used to be so much acid in this. This used to be so much easier you know. I put on clothes at used if it really well and now guess what. My jeans don't button. And that's harder. I think getting started for the first time because there's so much a sense of like why did i let myself go and so as much as you can get out of that mindset. I always a runner. First and foremost. I always say a mile. A mile is it doesn't matter how fast you and the same goes for any workout. You're doing it still counts even if you're not as strong or as fast or as whatever as you used to be and remember that you've done it before you can do it again. You will get back there and quicker than you did the first time because you are going to have that muscle memory but you just gotta really go easy on yourself and i think this is the time where can really be hard to listen to your body because kind of the same with like food tracking apps for eating get that mindset of like i know what my body means. I know what it can do and you can push yourself too hard so you really gotta slow down and listen to your body and if things that fell e before feel really hard take back listen to it and do what you can do and just know that you'll get back there it just. It's a learning experience sometimes and remember how this feels and make sure that you are consistently making time for yourself going forward. I will shouldn't say never. But i will do my best to not ever. Just stop running. Like i did last year even if i don't have a race working towards on sylvan consistently get out there and run because starting over really sucks and it was not fun and i wanna keep up my conditioning as much as possible. So i don't have to do that again. i think. That's so important and it's it's funny that you mention the comparison to ourselves. I hadn't really thought of that. But with facebook reminding me every day. This is what you were doing a year ago or five years ago. Sometimes i see that. Then i'm like wow. I've come so far especially from the grad school days. When i was eating dinner at ten o'clock at night and not moving my body at all but then i see the photos from when i was twenty three and focusing you know cooking all my meals every day and had the time and didn't have anything else going on outside of work in the same way that i do now and i was younger as well and so seeing those it can be really discouraging and i think to.

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"canterbury" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

Wellness and Wanderlust

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"canterbury" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

"We'll hear from incredible guests and talk about ways to be happier and healthier and our new normal. I'm your host valerie moses. let's get started. Hey rewind happy new year if you are new to the show. Welcome and for those of us who've been around for a little while. I wanna say thank you so much for joining us in twenty twenty one. I'm really happy to have you all here. And so grateful to have you as part of this journey with me. We have a really exciting. You're had some amazing guests. I know you're going to love and today's guest is no different this week. I sit down with katie canterbury. You may know her. Dot katie grow. Fitness katie is a certified personal trainer. She's a runner and she's a lover of all things disney. I've really enjoyed following her journey over the year. She really has a strong. Focus on body positivity while still maintaining your physical wellness fitness and good nutrition. And so i really enjoy that juxtaposition in what she does so f- assode katie. And i sit down to talk about what it means to make peace with our bodies we also talk about small changes we can make with our fitness and nutrition in two thousand twenty one to be a little bit healthier in the new year. We also talk about developing a more intuitive approach when it comes to food and also running tapes for beginners who hasn't really run much since college. I always joke. That the only running that i like to do for my problems but in all honesty i really enjoyed some of the tips that she shared for becoming a runner and how running really taught her to approach wellness from a place of love. This is something that we talk about so much on the show. And i know you're gonna really love this conversation. We did have a few technical difficulties with the sound. You may hear that in a couple of places in the conversation by. I know you're going to enjoy this episode so without further ado let's dive in. Hi katie. thank you so much for joining us on the podcast today. Thanks for having me. Why don't you tell our listeners. A little about self. I am a certified personal trainer who is in the process of getting my nutritious vacation and just really passionate about health and fitness and really helping women find to incorporate into their lives. they actually enjoy I don't think that fitness healthy eating should be something you'd read. I think that when you do that you're not gonna ever stick with any kind of healthy change on. You really need to find a way to make it work for your life. So that's something that. I'm really passionate about something that i tried to do. With my clients. I love that. I think that is such a. You know such an important message which sparked your interest in fitness and in the wellness world in general. I started exact. Told people not to do it. And that was a moment. When i look in the mirror and i thought i hate my body i wanna change it and then my next thought was fit. People run right. That's like a thing. And then i googled i. I knew a five k. Was like a short race. And so i'd google that was like how long is a five k. O. three miles. I could probably do that. And i started running and like i said this is a horrible way to start a fitness dirty but luckily it worked out and i ended up really really falling in love with running and i went on to do a half marathon and that was when things really started to change for me. I was never enough. That girl growing up. I was beyond the moon impressed with myself in high school when i run a half mile for p. e. class so running a half marathon stealth impossible and when i finished it. I had this. I had to like come to jesus moment and one of them was holy crap. I just half marathons. I can do anything and the second was wow. It was never supposed to be what my body looked like. It was always supposed to be about the things that could do. And those two things totally flip the game for me in terms of my fitness and nutrition and started lifting at that point. Because i was pretty much only running but i realized i needed to do other kinds of training and i ended up falling in love with that as well and my nutrition switched from. I can't eat these things. Because i need to be skinny to. What do i need to eat to feel my best and be able to perform my best. When i'm running and those two things really helped me actually fall in love with the process of being active and being healthy and then one day a friend said. Have you ever thought about being a personal trainer. I think be great at it. And i always thought that you would need like some doctorate to do that. And i would never be qualified and i was like no. I've never thought about that. But then when i looked into it and i saw how accessible at it so hard program. They'll take the one at work but there's a lot more accessible than i thought it was. And that's when i decided no i need to do this. And then backward about careers later actually got off my butt and made it happen. That's incredible that is such a powerful journey. And i think so. Many of us can relate to that kind of how you started in it that You know coming from that place of i need to lose weight and really replace restriction rather than a place of excitement and joy in movement and so i think that's incredibly powerful. Now i think your practice you focus a lot on that body positivity and self love what you know how can listeners pursue their goals in fitness and in health while still taking that lovey and healthy approach. Yes this is something. I'm really passionate about because there aren't a lot of people. I see promoting this. I see a lot of toxic diet culture. And now i feel a lot of people who go kind of the polar opposite side of like. I don't need to workout. I don't eat healthy. Because i love my body the way it is and i think that you need to make change from a place of love because i don't believe you can make a positive change from a negative response. I think that what you put in. You're gonna get out and if you're going into it like i hate my body. I can't eat. These things are coming from a very negative place. And you're not gonna love the journey and you're not gonna stick with it. So the first thing i say is in terms of fitness. Find what works for you skinny because or got healthy or guide in better shape or whatever because they did zoom bust or because they lifted heavy because they started running. They did it thing that they actually enjoy doing. And were able to stick with an aunt who lost crap ton of weight gotten really good shape and love being active because she started doing zimba zimba twice and i was like i hate this. I am not coordinated. I can't do this. I feel like on struggling. I would do this with a friend or with my aunt when i visited her. But i would never on my own be like do if i tried to get in shape that way it would never ever happen. So you've gotta find something you enjoy and the same goes for gyms. I've tried multiple gyms before. I landed at the place. I'm at and i love it so much. I've been going there for five years. And now i work for them. So you've just got kinda try zip on for size. Don't be afraid to try something new and find something that you genuinely enjoy and don't let people tell you. Oh you're not gonna get in shape doing that. Because if i listened to all the people who said oh running care will for your knees. You're gonna gain weight shuki so many carbs like this. That and the other thing. I would have thought but i love it. I love running. I've been consistently running for five or six years now even at times where. I wasn't actively trying to lose weight. Because i enjoy it. It's my stress really. That's fun for me for find something that you ought to do and food focus on the things you can add into your diet not what you take out because if you're sitting there if you decide say kito 'cause really popular right now especially from people who want quicker fast and you say i'm gonna do kito. I'm not gonna carbs and all day long. you're telling people. I'm.

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Who Was Thomas Becket?

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Who Was Thomas Becket?

"Thomas becket yes okay. Born around eleven twenty and died in eleven seventy. he's also known as saint thomas of canterbury or Sometimes who refer to him as thomas a becket. Okay yeah anyway. So thomas becket. He is venerated as a saint and martyr by both the catholic church and the anglican church He engaged in conflict with henry. The second king of england over the rights and privileges of the church and at one point excommunicated the archbishop of york so tough rain away to france for a bit under the protection of king. Louis the seventh of france but then he returned in eleven seventy two england so henry second in england said something to the effect of like ugh. This guy is driving me. Four of his knights interpreted this as a command to go. Get rid of thomas becket So on december twenty ninth seventy reginald fitz ertz huge morville william to tracy and richard le breton showed up at canterbury cathedral. According to accounts left by the monk jer vase of canterbury and i witnessed named edward grim. The knights placed their weapons under a tree outside the cathedral and hid their chainmail armor on your cloaks before entering the cathedral to challenge becket priest the night. He's hold beckett. They were taking him to winchester england to give count of all of his actions and kind of like hold him accountable in front of people but becket refused so the four nights retrieved their weapons and rushed back inside the cathedral. Oh my god. I beckett proceeded to the main hall for evening prayers and the other monks tried to like themselves into different parts of the joe for get said to them. It is not right to make a fortress out of the house of prayer in order them to reopen the doors so the four nights wielding they're drawn swords ran into the room saying like thomas becket. He's a traitor. To the king the knights found beckett in his spot near the door of the monastic cloister the stairs into the crypt and the stairs leading up to the choir of the cathedral where the monks were all. They're like still saying their prayers. Like oh no right. There's just four guys having running in with okay upon seeing them becca. I am no traitor. And i'm ready to die so Edward grandma eyewitness. He wrote a very extensive account of exactly what happened. I will save you all the details. Let's just say that for nights wielding swords kill the priest in canterbury cathedral. That's terrible so soon. After his death the faithful throughout europe european venerating beckett as a murder in february eleven seventy three which was just a little more than two years after his death. He was canonized by pope. Alexander the third and so sure typically like canonization of saints takes lake decades. Yeah stuff happened so the fact that this happened so quickly was kind of saying that. This guy was a big deal. So related trivia. Facts about thomas becket. Geoffrey chaucer's the canterbury tales. Ninety two is set in a company of pilgrims on their way from southern to the shrine of saint. Thomas becket in canterbury cathedral. Okay never made that connection no me neither ever okay So the schreiner was built between eleven eighty and twelve twenty and up to one hundred thousand. Pilgrims would have visited the shrine every year for more than three hundred years. That's my gosh locked. Yes it was adorned in marble gold and jewels and murdered saints. Tombs was one of unparalleled splendor in fifteen thirty eight. during the reformation. The shrine was destroyed following the orders of henry. The eighth who definitely be talking about in a little bit more twenty. Twenty researchers digitally reconstructed the raised sanctuary and available to view on the beckett story online and we'll share linked to that because it's really interesting how they did that. They took This thing had been such a big deal for more than three hundred years. And then it was raised more than four hundred and fifty plus years ago at this point and so they took accounts that the pilgrims had made that other monks had made in in digitally recreated which is pretty up and also modern works based on the story of thomas becket include. Tes elliott's nineteen thirty. Five play murder in the cathedral later adapted the opera assassination cutter. Dry ill the brando pizza'd in nine hundred fifty eight. You did that. Can i tell you flawlessly Also nineteen fifty-nine play by John we called beckett which was made into a movie with the same title and paul. Webb's play four nights in nair's borough which was written in one thousand nine hundred nine which recounts the aftermath of the murder of thomas becket by the four nights who made the worst career choice in history. Yeah that's goes without saying well if you don't if all of these facts don't stick in your head. Look at the name k. e. t. the cane. His name is right in the middle. And if you look at it. It looks like four blades. Good the name so four blades. Stuck together by the four to killed him in canterbury. That's thomas becket.

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"canterbury" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"canterbury" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"As i'm sure there was. There was an old kemp. Talk in a canterbury about a remote internet enabled cap treat dispenser and monitoring program. I think which yet they added things to get the cats attention and make sure that it was there and okay and is watched the window sill where it normally sat. i think. I need to get this treat feta for a dog but also the prerequisite dog traits to you. I i'm not sure it come fling chicken wings.

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"canterbury" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"canterbury" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"He streamed his dog sitting program for my youtube account. While i'm away. It has soothing audio and colored justed footage. All relaxing country walks for him to view pasta. Time i've been tempted on more than one occasion to purchase and treat feed my dog which has an app that will allow me to monitor him. Speak to him and dispense treats remotely. I love the sound of that idea. As i'm sure there was there was an old kemp talk in Canterbury about a remote internet enabled cap treat dispenser and monitoring program. I think which yet they added things to get the cats attention and make sure that it was there and okay and is watched the window sill where it normally sat. i think. I need to get this treat feeder for dog but also the prerequisite dog traits to you. I i'm not sure it come fling chicken wings.

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"canterbury" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

Thank God I'm Atheist

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"canterbury" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

"I WANNA. Do a follow up a little bit on. Something that we've talked about. A couple of weeks now on the show <hes>, or at least come up and then we kind of really addressed it. And that's the idea of like white Jesus right why Jesus Jesus so this is an ongoing saga. <hes> of people rightfully pointing out the fact that <hes> the European and North American version of Jesus is. Racist. Wrong. It's wrong, and it's an an and it's. Definitely leads to sort of this white supremacy sort of thing right because like. Devoid surpremacy leading-edge. Yeah absolutely well. As? The arch. Bitch Bishop of Canterbury one Mr Justin Welby <hes>. He's the head of the Church of England of course <hes>. He was on the BBC. BBC Radio Four. And he was asked about <hes> what he thought about the Western image of Jesus, and maybe if it should be reimagined. And goes sure, yes, of course, it does right. And he, which I guess probably is not all that surprising. When you know a few things about you know Church of England, but he goes on. He says <hes> that he has seen Jesus portrayed in different countries during his travels. You go into their churches, and you don't see a white Jesus you see a black Jesus or Chinese, Jesus or Middle Eastern Jesus, which is of course, the most accurate. <hes> you see Jian Jesus you see Jesus portrayed as many ways as there are cultures languages. An understanding's is what he says. Okay, and so I've never seen a Figi Jesus. Will. Have you ever been to Fiji? I have a feeling he might have been. Sure why not but nonetheless the? This caused a little bit of a stir in the UK, you know. People are going to disagree <hes> with any sort of thing. Anyway. He was denounced by all sorts of types I'm sure they're conservative types, or whatever <hes> right, but one of the things. That I think this raises. Is. It kind of a question of if you know. If you can create your God basically in your own image, right? Right like what? What does it matter? Doesn't that just backup the whole thing that you are creating your God own image? Always you're. You're like like right, so it's just made manifest this thing that people already already do <hes> and it's just so just so happens it. It's little problematic. Extra problematic perhaps with white people. Really to think we're the best you know. It's just so funny <hes> it's just like I. If you are unwilling to just go with the historical guy that you're pretending is, the is the reason for your whole religion like there's this. That you're super into. He's your, do yeah. If. You can't just go with him right. then. You're making it up. You're admitting that you're making it up. So I think you got a bit of a problem there. Guys let him be Middle Eastern what's the problem? You know what he looked like. We all know if you if I showed you twenty two pictures of. dudes from different parts of the world, said point to the guys that might be Middle Eastern. You're probably going to get it right. Yeah as four you know. Which one of these do you think Jesus actually looked like? ooh, that's. Why is that so hard? That, why is that so hard?

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Archbishop of Canterbury says Church needs to reconsider portraying Jesus as white

Thank God I'm Atheist

04:25 min | 2 years ago

Archbishop of Canterbury says Church needs to reconsider portraying Jesus as white

"I WANNA. Do a follow up a little bit on. Something that we've talked about. A couple of weeks now on the show or at least come up and then we kind of really addressed it. And that's the idea of like white Jesus right why Jesus Jesus so this is an ongoing saga. of people rightfully pointing out the fact that the European and North American version of Jesus is. Racist. Wrong. It's wrong, and it's an an and it's. Definitely leads to sort of this white supremacy sort of thing right because like. Devoid surpremacy leading-edge. Yeah absolutely well. As? The arch. Bitch Bishop of Canterbury one Mr Justin Welby He's the head of the Church of England of course He was on the BBC. BBC Radio Four. And he was asked about what he thought about the Western image of Jesus, and maybe if it should be reimagined. And goes sure, yes, of course, it does right. And he, which I guess probably is not all that surprising. When you know a few things about you know Church of England, but he goes on. He says that he has seen Jesus portrayed in different countries during his travels. You go into their churches, and you don't see a white Jesus you see a black Jesus or Chinese, Jesus or Middle Eastern Jesus, which is of course, the most accurate. you see Jian Jesus you see Jesus portrayed as many ways as there are cultures languages. An understanding's is what he says. Okay, and so I've never seen a Figi Jesus. Will. Have you ever been to Fiji? I have a feeling he might have been. Sure why not but nonetheless the? This caused a little bit of a stir in the UK, you know. People are going to disagree with any sort of thing. Anyway. He was denounced by all sorts of types I'm sure they're conservative types, or whatever right, but one of the things. That I think this raises. Is. It kind of a question of if you know. If you can create your God basically in your own image, right? Right like what? What does it matter? Doesn't that just backup the whole thing that you are creating your God own image? Always you're. You're like like right, so it's just made manifest this thing that people already already do and it's just so just so happens it. It's little problematic. Extra problematic perhaps with white people. Really to think we're the best you know. It's just so funny it's just like I. If you are unwilling to just go with the historical guy that you're pretending is, the is the reason for your whole religion like there's this. That you're super into. He's your, do yeah. If. You can't just go with him right. then. You're making it up. You're admitting that you're making it up. So I think you got a bit of a problem there. Guys let him be Middle Eastern what's the problem? You know what he looked like. We all know if you if I showed you twenty two pictures of. dudes from different parts of the world, said point to the guys that might be Middle Eastern. You're probably going to get it right. Yeah as four you know. Which one of these do you think Jesus actually looked like? ooh, that's. Why is that so hard? That, why is that so hard?

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"canterbury" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"canterbury" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Hundred got junk or online at one eight hundred got junk dot com to either get service booked for for free no obligation estimate we pride ourselves in same day service and a lot of times we can be on site in ninety minutes or less thanks man okay we actually have a little bit of traffic here to talk about good morning and watch let's go to the north side yourself on thirty five W. watch for trooper out with Mister hapless motorists right shoulder southbound W. just prior right before the exit to westbound six ninety four I also noticed a car parked in the northbound thirty five W. exit to University Avenue no delays or just watch that if that's your exit and then down in shock ACPI both directions dealing with those lane restrictions again today around twenty one and basically between the river in Canterbury road but here's the deal north on one sixty nine C. eighteen for constipation prior to Canterbury and up to around twenty one levels to thin out once you get in the single lane stone but that Q. is really ugly right now you'll have to do the super merge there the blue line closed today only be able to travel between the terminals also a few bus routes on detour five seven and twenty one high water it's still open but the Lake Street exits are closed and of course portions of Lake Street also close between the river in cedar Ken Barlow's five Eyewitness News forecast by southern lights we might see rain coming through the metro around nine AM otherwise.

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The right to NOT know a medical diagnosis

Second Opinion

03:11 min | 2 years ago

The right to NOT know a medical diagnosis

"Herald has been sexually active with three people in the last two weeks. He came into the office with symptoms of sexually transmitted infection. He agreed to be tested for multiple infections including HIV. But when the test came back he told me he didn't want to be told his HIV test results. It would be too upsetting this. Dr Michael Wilks. With a second opinion wilt heralds. Hiv result was positive in the US. People have a clear to no information about their health. Even if doctors feel that he person would be harmed by knowing a diagnosis. Say their cancer diagnosis or the results of genetic asked doctors have a moral ethical and legal duty to inform. The Person Courts have held that people have a right to receive information and ask questions about treatments and engaged in what we call shared decision making with their doctor it was in nineteen seventy-two that A. Us Appeals Court in Canterbury Verse Spence defined informed consent as what a reasonable person would want to know about their condition and any risks of treatment. So that the patient can make an intelligent decision and in the US. We respect people's right to make decisions and guide their own care so we would all agree. That herald has a right to be told. His HIV asked results. This would allow him to decide if he wishes to inform his partners begin treatment or refrain from sexual activity completely and of course once he learns he should tell us partners so they can make informed decisions about engaging with Harold and being tested it becomes much less clear what to do when we think about whether people have a right to not know their health information one reason for people knowing their diagnosis so that they can make these informed decisions about treatments. It is hard for a doctor to talk to a person about surgery or chemotherapy. Say for cancer. If the person doesn't even know they have cancer because they haven't wanted to be told it is even more complicated with HIV because the knowledge that they have that they're infected can impact not only them but their past and future partners. So does the doctor have an obligation to tell herald his. Hiv test result is positive and that he needs to make some important decisions or that Aj Nedic test came back positive and they need to know the results because the results could impact their health but it also could impact their family in that case they would have a moral obligation to tell their brothers and sisters and maybe their children so they could all be tested with Herald. I tried to discuss his fear of finding out the result. Perhaps he had some misconceptions but he wouldn't go there. I gently pointed out the negative effects of remaining ignorant of his test results and that it could have a significant impact on his health. He said nope thanks anyways. Doc as he left the

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"canterbury" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"canterbury" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Couple of weeks ago for whatever. The reason home related things stuff like that. I started cracking the purge. A little bit took a few days off. Yeah we're back here we are. We're we're we're okay. We're we're negotiating this and moving through this with our families and together indeed but I'm not gonNA lay out a percentage standpoint with this this drive by betting bit But boss did sound. I mean the this. Is You know with the likes of Jimmy. Pass in some others Mandy. These are this is twenty five years of Love Friendship Equity and work. Yeah and An avid here. So so I feel like I know the tells a little bit and I. I think he sounded relatively positive about the potential with the WI FI at Canterbury. Something we've always done. This is not new con- can go to the racetrack. Say We got a line of forty people. You go see Miss Betsy at the marketing booth. You give her a one hundred dollars. That goes into an on-track account yet. You Bet from your phone. So that's not new. That's a thing yet and that could be thing if I if if we get lucky and say we were able to start June them. That would be absolutely incredible. And you did the the fairness in dismissive act or fairness in disclaimer. Act I'll do the same here from the standpoint that yeah we don't want anybody's lives to be impacted from a health standpoint. We don't want our lives to be impacted from a health standpoint but we also route for businesses in this case talking about Canterbury Park and many others out there. We root for them to have the opportunity to alter the way they do business to continue to exist and continue to connect with customers whether it be in the entertainment business. The service business all of those things so we root for businesses to have ideas like this which Randy and Canterbury and places forced in a weird spot to maybe drive by bedding or you know having outdoor related events drawing people into the mix to continue to consume something that they truly adore. So you know rooting for drive by betting rooting for the opportunity. Eventually of the card room. How does that work all of those things? Those are the things that we root for and for me. It's kind of an idealistic standpoint. Pa I trust that businesses know the answer to their industries and their businesses. Were they can construct plans to not only keep customers safe but continue to offer the great things that they do. That's the idealism. On my end of things I believe that businesses should be given some of that personal responsibility and the opportunity to prove it and prove the opportunity that customers should have to patronize their businesses again. So you know. The fairness in health comes first. No doubt about it disclaimer. Act as we always need to do apparently every five minutes when we discuss things like this which is dumb I mean but whatever exactly but ultimately as we come together just hearing the conversation you had with Randy and hearing you know a guy that I've always seen at Canterbury as being jovial and just watching him navigate the crowd just see you mentioned the family environment all of those things that he is held build over the last twenty five years and hearing kind of Moreau's nature to this process because he wants people to get healthy he wants people to be safe and he wants to continue offering the great stuff he does. A Canterbury has for a long time so rooting for him. And if that means by betting where I gotTa Roll Up. I got some chicken nuggets with Avon. Stella the back seat but I've got a good vibe on a super factor or pick four on a Thursday afternoon. Yeah I WANNA be able to bet on it. Yeah and if I can't do that from my couch I'm GONNA drive down. Thank God for Gas Prices Right now. I guess I'M GONNA drive down to shock Capri and roll through there and we don't know about serving beer people in cars but we'll find that out he says may from a legal standpoint if we push through and you get stuff like that and it's legal and it's legit to do and what I'm about to say may not be legal and if it's not all no it's not and I won't do it right. I'm good I will give the days I'm calling racists. They're beginning say June town June temp right which is a Wednesday and boss said Randy Sampson President. Canterbury said you know. We might be a Monday through Thursday. No idea what time we would start but it would be like eight to ten races or whatever probably to know fans why five via bet canterbury dot com stretches out to the parking lot which is our property so that that's everything we're talking about now and I might call it the Canterbury Concrete Covenant Boo which we may get into more next segment but it. Here's what I do. I'll be there every day gay. Yeah misses something for what I would do for you anytime now again. I'm not saying I'm going to do it. Those of you look into you know. Put your looking to finger the announcer and and getting five to ten hard time at Alcatraz. I'm spitballing days way race. I will give my cell phone out on the radio and I will say text me when you WANNA wager.

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"canterbury" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"canterbury" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"ET including at the Canterbury facility in the Richmond area which have the deadliest outbreak in the country in a nursing home three more deaths today bringing the total to forty nine north I'm also announcing that fewer people are being sent to jail in an effort to slow the virus spread there since early March our local jail population has been reduced to seventeen percent because they are choosing alternatives to incarceration one doctor expressing frustration at the toll covert nineteen is taking on the nation's long term care facilities as of this week fifty five hundred Americans reportedly died in nursing homes and long term care facilities across the country from the virus Dr Peter Hotez dean of the school of tropical medicine at Baylor says he tried to raise the usual month ago your didn't seem to be that sense of urgency even after what happened in in Kirkland Washington what we're ultimately sixty residents died up to sixty and sadly this is knocked in the first red begin students we've had four or five now incidents in nursing homes were multiple deaths of in Richmond Virginia but there was forty six deaths in New Jersey and and a couple of other places meat processing plants around the country being closed due to the spread of coronavirus among workers state of South Dakota is now reporting thirteen hundred eleven cases more than half of those seven hundred thirty three of them or associated with the Smithfield foods pork processing plant in Sioux falls a special CDC team inspected the plant on Thursday the governor said she is expecting a report on that inspection within the coming days Smithfield has also shut down two additional plants one in Wisconsin and one in Missouri checking your money ahead of the close the Dow is up four hundred and thirty point is one point eight percent and the nasdaq up thirty three W. M. A. L. traffic and weather next you.

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Washington, DC - Virginia nursing home's coronavirus death toll rises to 45

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Washington, DC - Virginia nursing home's coronavirus death toll rises to 45

"A Virginia nursing home has been ravaged by corona virus here CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter deaths at the Canterbury rehabilitation and healthcare center have hit forty five with one doctor left to care for dozens of infected patients officials have told families that they're doing the best they can with just two nurses overseeing forty patients at the time in the quarantine when many facilities that care for Medicaid patients are underfunded and understaffed and are particularly vulnerable to covert nineteen outbreaks

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Coronavirus Outbreak at Washington D.C. Nursing Home Spirals Out of Control as 42 Die

Politics and Public Policy Today

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus Outbreak at Washington D.C. Nursing Home Spirals Out of Control as 42 Die

"One Virginia nursing home is getting hit hard with corona virus forty two residents at a facility near Richmond have died from Kobe nineteen one of the worst clusters of the new coronavirus in the U. S. at least a hundred and twenty seven elderly people out of that facility of a hundred sixty three of the Canterbury rehab and healthcare center have tested positive for the corona virus in recent weeks

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"canterbury" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"canterbury" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Is an Easter like no other and Christians everywhere are having to improvise the pope said mass for a tiny scattering of Catholic social distancing in Saint Peter's while in southern Poland father Christophe pick fresh took to the road to bless parishioners and their traditional Easter baskets and the blessing of god almighty here in the UK the archbishop of Canterbury led the Easter service online from his kitchen the great cities of the world are eerily empty this weekend from Istanbul to Delhi to Paris all of them lock down as authorities grapple with ways to control this infection in Brazil which now has the highest death toll in the southern hemisphere they're going for public fumigation in the slums so are they in the streets of Siberia with a retro fitted jet engine sprayer more style than substance in countries have looked to the World Health Organization for guidance in this crisis but the W. H. O. itself is under fire for failing to challenge China on its lack of transparency over the covert nineteen outbreak W. H. O. director Ted does get reassess denied the charge my focus is saving lives we don't do politics individual we dont but as fear grows globally and president trump calls America's multibillion dollar WHL contribution into question politics are bound to dominate and no one will be a new it's been a tense week in British politics is prime minister Boris Johnson was admitted to intensive care with corona virus but in a bit of Easter good news we've just heard in the last few minutes that is actually being discharged from the hospital and is going off to Wisconsin residents to recuperate Margaret that is Liz Palmer in London thank you.

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