13 Burst results for "Cathedral Of Saint John"

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The latest 77 w A. B c and wnbc radio dot com I'm Bob Brown and Winter Storm watches in effect for New York City in the tristate beginning Wednesday at 2 P.m. event comes mid week off the Southeast Coast forecast models are still in disagreement with the exact track the timing and how much snow folks could get. But the I 95 corridor should prepare for measurable snow with parts of the interior regions getting plow Wible snow. Which could very much disrupt travel. Midweek through Thursday and Friday. Fox neurologist Janice Dean some spots in the tri state could get a foot or more of snow in the forecast. Coming up here to Bellagio calls this an historic day, the first injection of the covert vaccine given to a queen's nurse. From this day forward, the vaccine will be distributed and we will turn the tide on the coronavirus. This is a day to celebrate. The NYPD says the gunman shot dead by police Sunday afternoon outside the cathedral. Saint John. The Divine was armed with two guns, several knives, gasoline, rope and a Bible. NYPD commissioner German Shea says officers acted heroically after the suspect began shooting into the air following a Christmas concert at ST John the Divine in Morningside Heights, engaging and on perpetrator. Putting themselves in harm's way to pull people that are literally hiding behind these polls behind me Caught in a crossfire. The suspect was killed. No one else was hurt. Police aren't speculating on a motive, but witnesses say the shooter was yelling. Shoot me! Kill me! WBC news time. Seven or five traffic and transit on the way Now you forecast in the Ramsey mas the weather center and I clear skies low 39 Tuesday mostly sunny, high 39 again. We're washing for the potential for some significant snow on Wednesday. I'm Bob Brown streaming at Home on your smart speakers. Just say play 77 w A. B. C. W A. B C traffic in transit wear still shut down on the North found New York State Thruway after exit 14 with an ongoing accident investigation. The crash.

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"cathedral saint john" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Hundred covert nineteen patients and now the country's largest gothic cathedral Saint John the divine to be converted during this Holy Week into a field hospital traffic and weather our next see how they can design and install windows by milgard fallen in here with him Clermont founder and CEO of clear financial partners Tim tell us about some of your principles are the foundation of clear financial for values we have a clear financial partners our education choice transparency empathy education we teach our clients so they thoroughly understand what's going on with their accounts and what the plan is choice we respect their right to choose its their money they earned it they can do whatever they want to do with their money transparency the only way you lose a client is a negative surprise so if we communicate to our client in advance all the pros and cons all the things we can control and things we can't control that we've been so transparent our clients understand and they don't ever have a negative surprise that's our fault and finally empathy when the clients have a hard time making up their mind to deciding what exactly is it that they should do we give them a recommendation at a human level not something some computer software tells us that they should do but what we believe is going to make them the happiest long term in their life for more information about their financial partners go to clear F. P. dot com it's mark may for the floor store if you're self isolating and you regret not getting new floors this past winter it's still not too late shop online at floor store Portland dot com we have everything you need for under your feet luxury vinyl plank beautiful shock carpets marble Liam hardwood it's all there then make an appointment at our clean and sanitized show room five oh three four oh eight six four eight eight take advantage of our in stock prices C. C. B. as one three four nine five eight if it's under your feet you'll find it at the floor store and the floor store Portland dot com hi folks America is a great country we're strong and resilient we overcome the things that challenge us this year it's the corona virus and we will overcome that as well but there is.

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Correspondent Amy Robach helping us dig into the facts today as always it's ABC chief medical correspondent Dr Jen Ashton and Dr Jenn we want to begin today with our pets what we know about how the virus will affect them it seems like all the attention is focusing on those large cats the tiger in the Bronx zoo so here's what we know at this point we know that corona virus as a family can infect animals right now there's a limited data about its infections in dogs and cats it can cause mild respiratory illness in animals but it doesn't appear that the animals are spreading it to humans but speaking of animals what do we think we know about how this virus originated well if you go back to the very beginning of this outbreak Amy you probably remember this theory that this particular strain of corona virus originated in bats we think that's where it started we don't think that pets can actually spread this to humans even though there is that chain of transmission starting in baths and so what we don't know is whether or not pets can actually carry the virus correct exactly just because it's been detected in their noses and mouths doesn't mean that they can spread it to us in fact we still don't know whether the virus can live on there for and we don't know the intermediate host remember we think it started in bats and then jump to another type of animal before spreading to humans and we don't know what that middle intermediate host is yet now still so much to learn about this virus we appreciate it we're going to be checking in with you in just a bit Dr Jan on Sunday Mississippi became one of the latest states depend the cleared a major disaster area by president trump amid the corona virus outbreak the state has now over seventeen hundred confirmed cases and over fifty people dead here to talk to us more about the impact could be nineteen has had on Mississippi is governor Tate Reeves welcome to you governor and I know that a statewide stay at home order was placed into effect for Mississippi just this past Friday at five PM a lot of people asking why not sooner thank you for having me we made a decision to issue to shelter in place we will you shelter in place orders should be short termination if you cannot expect the people to comply if you do it for weeks and weeks and months and months on end and so we believe the most important tool that we can use in the shelter places to do it at this point in the cycle you know different states are different points in the cycle we actually had other measures in place for weeks and weeks before we did the shelter in place including in insuring social distancing and outlawing groups of ten or more so go there give me a sense of how your state is holding up right now as we're in this pandemic well what we're hanging in there you know we've got a lot of people that are scared and have the virus a lot of people who don't have the buyers that are scared we got a whole literally tens of thousands of Mississippians they're scared to death because they've lost their jobs in the last two to three weeks so we've got only a public health crisis we also have an economic crisis on our hands when trying to to to come out of this I'm curious how concerned you are about the increase in cases that is likely going to happen for your state and specifically about the spread that may happen along some of the more rural areas more from the world communities in your state well we were very concerned about the the spread we actually had a approximately a hundred and eighty new cases overnight so we're up to one thousand nine hundred day eighteen cases we have approximately eight deaths over nine zero fifty nine there so we're very concerned about it we've implemented our plan we believe that we can be as as many as three hundred and ninety fifth short for all patients not and again we're trying to plan for the worst pray for the best expect somewhere in between so I implemented our measures yesterday to increase our bed capacity in both north and south Mississippi three we have an adequate number of beds it's a challenge across the country is going to be a challenge here as well yeah and and I'm curious how you feel the federal government and the White House and handle this pandemic so far especially as it pertains to your state well we certainly appreciate president trump's support he has been it's been in quite intact rotavirus task force they have been communicating with governors every single day throughout this crisis we appreciate his support we understand in in Mississippi that disasters are state managed and locally executed in federally supported so it is imperative that governor step up and lead into this in these difficult times and and we had to support the federal government yeah when we needed it what is your message to the people of Mississippi right now stay safe stay home stay smart if we will all do what we've asked been asked to do for the next several weeks we're gonna be able to get out of this and we're gonna be even stronger okay coming out of it Mississippi governor Tate Reeves thank you so much for joining us we appreciate your time today thank you for having me it is definitely uplifting in these times to see survivors of covert nineteen share their stories of recovery and you may recall we spoke with you talk converse and Ben McAdams when he was first hit with his illness well now we have a promising update I wanted to share a quick update I was just released from the hospital and I'm heading home so I want to thank everybody for your many thoughts and prayers and so many people who three shots me on social media we are so happy for representative make Adams he joins us now from Utah to share his experience congressman I know when we last spoke I saw the updates that you were then rushed to the hospital and I've been following how you were doing it's been a really rough go for you so tell us how you're doing now you know it hit me really hard but I'm doing so much better right now I'm virus free and they've told me that I can be out of quarantine and still am practicing social distancing and being at remaining isolated but doing so much better you know it when I was in the hospital I lost thirteen pounds in just yet had no appetite and really hit me pretty hard but now I'm back on my feet and and back to work it is certainly a frightening thing for anyone to to to go through how did your family handle it how are they doing you know it's kind of rough for my family because you know they can't receive visitors so we would face timer we talk on the phone as much as we could but even some of the some of the worst days while I was in the hospital I just didn't have the energy to carry on a conversation so we have some brief conversations and let let them know that I was doing okay I was on supplemental oxygen but were much better now my family was quarantined because of their exposure to meet that either none of them got it or they had really mild case so everybody's doing really well I mean you are certainly a cautionary tale in and more evidence of this can happen to anyone at any point what do you want to hear about what you experienced I'm young I'm forty five years old and healthy I exercise every day and it can be really hard so for those people who think that they don't fall into risk category please take this seriously and follow the guidance of our public health officials if not for your sake for your friends or your loved ones you might expose or or just be part of of slowing this the spread of this dangerous virus flattening the curve so that we can treat those people who it does hit hard because it could happen to anyone it's just that yep it's certainly can and now that you've been through the worst personally you still have that professional role out there that can do something so what's next for Congress in order to help the American people who are also suffering in you know more than anyone else what that's truly life you know this is this is really unprecedented the way it's hitting so many people and and the the best and most important thing we can do is slow the spread of the virus the best thing we can do for the economy your immediate hardship on American families is to slow the spread we've got to act first to insure that testing is available and we're protecting our frontline health care workers and those essential workers that they have what they need to stay healthy and that we can slow the spread of the virus and then we've got to really focus on the hardship this is place the shutdown has placed on American families so I think some of the small business loans and and the systems that we've given we probably need more of that to support our small businesses we've got to make sure that those stimulus instability checks to hard working families those are processed and they make it to them so they can pay the rent and put food on the table and you know that's an important job of Congress and much of what we can do I'm working from home right now Congress can can work in an isolated fashion but part of our job is essential in passing that legislation making sure that the relief is available the hard working families and so we've got it continue to craft legislation work in a bipartisan fashion with president trump Republicans and Democrats working together because the we are our first and foremost Americans got to work together to bring for that legislation that can can really provide some relief to those families that are really feeling the hardship of this campaign yeah congressman Ben McAdams we are certainly happy that you are healthy and fit enough to work for others now that you've been through the worst of it thanks so much for your time today thank you and still ahead here on what you need to know help is on the way for parents who have had it with keeping their kids entertained all day we have fresh and fun new ideas for the entire family from Catherine McCord stay with us the screen B. C. news special continues after this more evidence of the battle against Kobe nineteen will be a long and hard one to fight New York is dealing with its biggest single day spike in deaths with seven hundred thirty one lives lost A. B. C.'s chief national affairs correspondent Tom yamas in New York City where more than four thousand people have died since the outbreak began hospital still pushed to the brink new spaces are still opening the naval hospital ship the comfort will be taking up to five hundred covert nineteen patients and now the country's largest gothic cathedral Saint John the divine to be converted during this Holy Week into a field hospital tends to be set up beneath the nave and in the crypt below president trump says he may put U. S. funding to the World Health Organization on hold saying quote they missed the call on the pandemic the polls will close in less than a half an hour from now in Wisconsin the state's presidential primaries were still held today despite the safer at home orders from the governor Dario opener ABC news.

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"cathedral saint john" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Hundred covert nineteen patients and now the country's largest gothic cathedral Saint John the divine to be converted during this Holy Week into a field hospital traffic and weather our next see how they can design and install windows by milgard fallen in here with him Clermont founder and CEO of clear financial partners Tim tell us about some of your principles are the foundation of clear financial for values we have a clear financial partners our education choice transparency empathy education we teach our clients so they thoroughly understand what's going on with their accounts and what the plan is choice we respect their right to choose its their money they aren't that they can do whatever they want to do with their money transparency the only way you lose a client is a negative surprise so if we communicate to our client in advance all the pros and cons all the things we can control and things we can't control that we've been so transparent our clients understand me don't ever have a negative surprise that's our fault finally empathy when the clients having a hard time making up their mind to deciding what exactly is it that they should do we give them a recommendation at a human level not something some computer software tells us that they should do but what we believe is going to make them the happiest long term in their life for more information about their financial partners go to clear F. P. dot com it's mark may for the floor store if you're self isolating and you regret not getting new floors this past winter it's still not too late shop online at floor store Portland dot com we have everything you need for under your feet luxury vinyl plank beautiful shock carpets marble Liam hardwood it's all there then make an appointment at our clean and sanitized show room five oh three four oh eight six four eight eight take advantage of our in stock prices C. C. B. as one three four nine five eight if it's under your feet you'll find it at the floor store and floor store Portland dot com hi folks America is a great country we're strong and resilient we overcome the things that challenge us this year it's the corona virus and we will overcome that as well but there is.

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"F. B. K. sixty three degrees in El Dorado hills sixty six in Sacramento and sixty six in Carmichael now five thirty one the latest on that the corona viruses our as we begin our in depth facts based coverage so at this afternoon closing in on just over one million four hundred and thirteen thousand worldwide confirm coronavirus cases just over three hundred eighty seven thousand in the U. S. California just over seventeen thousand now in Sacramento county five hundred and twenty five confirmed cases in plaster one hundred fifteen yellow has fifty Eldorado a twenty five new this afternoon voters in Wisconsin have been confronted by long lines and close polling sites all day the badger state the first state to hold in person voting since the corona virus crisis exploded courts blocked Democrats from significantly extending absentee voting or postponing the primary election altogether also new this afternoon sack no county issues a new public health order through may first now and as part of the order all gatherings are prohibited all travel except essential travel prohibited trails remain open but social distancing protocol must be followed at all times and let's continue our fact based coverage here with the president as well her live on the Cape okay today the president saying the fight against the corona virus will soon hearings take positive turn our country is being hit hard but some areas have done so incredibly well we're so proud of them they will beat this virus we're gonna beat it at a White House briefing the president said things will go in the other direction soon he assured Americans again we'll be ready the next week is expected to be one of the most difficult weeks yet in the fight against the virus as more people are told to stay home there have been concerns about increased rates of domestic violence and health problems for those were isolated ABC's Alex stone with what California is doing to counter things the state of California is now focusing on the health of people or isolated at home California Surgeon General Dr Nadine Burke says for some people the isolation can increase blood pressure anxiety and anger made worse by sometimes poor eating habits drinking and less exercise she says it's important to recognize what your body needs healthy nutrition regular exercise mindfulness like meditation good sleep hygiene California is putting online a guide of ways to de stress during the pandemic Alex down ABC news Los Angeles and at five thirty three at K. F. B. K. back to the governor speaking mental health here in Sacramento governor Newsom says they're releasing new mental health guidance what he called the playbook and how to deal with stress in this time of crisis nuisances everyone manifest dressed differently and that unchecked mental health troubles can lead to physical elements your physical health as it relates to making sure we stay at home and we practice physical distancing we continue to do what we must in terms of our personal hygiene washing our hands and the like but it's also true that stress hormones great the kind of anxiety that induces other secondary a fax it impacts your blood pressure it impacts your heart the secondary health concerns can spawn from numerous as stress is going to cover nineteen crisis California announcing a large set of resources for residents to safely talk about what they're going to have sixteen hot lines that we have made available including text chat lines where people can address their particular needs and we're expecting another press briefing from governor Newsom tomorrow at noon we'll bring that live on news ninety three point one K. fifty K. some areas seeing a drop in crime during the cover nineteen pandemic you county sheriff Kory Honea says their numbers are down about four hundred calls for service left now but there been increased calls for other types coming up here reported bail that might be due to the fact that people are home or with a student quality then certainly a commercial burglary we see those because some businesses are closed down yeah he says with people sheltering in place tempers sometimes flare and there's been an upswing in domestic disturbance calls all right let's get your top national stories right now in case the K. more evidence of the battle against Kobe nineteen will be a long and hard one to fight New York is dealing with its biggest single day spike in deaths with seven hundred thirty one lives lost A. B. C.'s chief national affairs correspondent Tom yamas in New York City where more than four thousand people have died since the outbreak began hospital still pushed to the brink new spaces are still opening the naval hospital ship the comfort will be taking up to five hundred covert nineteen patients and now the country's largest gothic cathedral Saint John the divine to be converted during this Holy Week into a field hospital tends to be set up beneath the nave and in the crypt below president trump says he may put U. S. funding to the World Health Organization on hold saying quote they missed the call on the pandemic the polls will close in less than a half an hour from now in Wisconsin the state's presidential primaries were still held today despite the safer at home orders from the governor Ariel winter ABC news hi it's four thirty six sound KPK and coming out but what they are doing it when they're trying to help foster you through the court system it's a little hard during this pandemic but they're working around it we'll hear from class I had on his ninety three point one K..

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"cathedral saint john" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A bad guy he was a blood thirsty terra and he's no longer a terrorist he's dead Mr Clinton went after his political opponents who have criticized his actions he attempted to portray them as weak Steve Futterman CBS news with the president in Toledo where learning new details about the man who was hit by a train in Wauwatosa earlier this week Keith Kallada was killed when he stepped in front of a train your seventy second St Tuesday night the medical examiner's office calls it a suicide Kallada had spent sixteen years in a state mental hospital for murdering his wife and two small children back in nineteen eighty seven he was released in twenty oh three in the journal Sentinel says he worked at least eight years at the open door cafe at the cathedral Saint John's downtown the cafe ministry there help people in need a spokesman for the ministry says Kalateh was beloved Eric bills that W. teams unified lines on protests are being issued by the summer Olympics officials taking any of the Tokyo summer Olympics no hand gestures with political meaning no disrespect at medal ceremonies to avert unintended fireworks so this Olympics guys show the international Olympic committee's issued new guidelines on athlete protests after two American athletes were reprimanded by the U. S. Olympic committee for metal podium protest at the Pan American Games in August in Peru the Olympic charter prohibits a political stand in the field of play political opinions and official media settings are on social media are okay chucks Iverson ABC news sports traffic and weather right next WTMJ news time eight oh four while others.

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"cathedral saint john" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

11:21 min | 3 years ago

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Charles w chuck bryant looking so sharp today nudes shark wrapped in my herringbone lennon i thought that was an infinity scarf you're hearing it like an independent that's the second infinity scarf joke you've made although one was live on stage where you well miami's a little bad accidentally made fun of the lady there on the first lady was like what's wrong with you dover and loan behold she was wearing an infinity scarf back from that pretty fast i don't get what it was called infinity scarf because it looks as if it never ends I think it's a scarf that is sewn together. It's like a ring. Okay. That's all. okay not a good name for it all right for not a great invention like an infinity pool that never end like swim and swim forever it looks as a discount rich person pools Yeah. not like my above ground sweet pool in the back the rest of nater yeah the hick Right next to the trampoline. all right i think we've insulted enough people well that was a simpsons reference technically they people i and the hick yeah yes we did anyway let's talk shroud of turin chuck are you familiar what made you pick this easter no it's just timing although heck that's great timing seriously yeah it was to be honest i was listening to an episode of w t f with marc maron and he it's an older episode again all of our ideas from arkansas i'm growing a moustache well i've grown just gonna shave the beard right yeah he was interviewing william freed can the director right and who is it turns out his quite chatty did he not stop talking all time he talked a lot a really good interview well yeah yeah so you want out of an interviewee yeah sure but he saw the drought of turn and person and he described the experience and i thought wow we've done one on that that's pretty important miseries relic what was his reaction to it he he wept so that's that's actually something that's called jerusalem syndrome yeah he he was incredibly mu and he's not especially well he talked a lot about jesus specifically but said that he's not religious but he really has a thing for jesus he doesn't identify as christian but he really he is a big fan of jesus jesus file share which is you know sure a lot of people like that i think Oh, yeah. There's even messianic Jews Jews for Jesus. Yeah. An apparently William freakin. I mean bio two categories. bowel accounts jesus the historical figure it's pretty stand up guy sure you know sure and i think was stopped dancing around this okay we're not a religious podcast we're not every time we've ever done a religious episode we've gotten so much blowback from every single thing we've gotten wrong sure there were like our structure is not really set up to two podcast on religion very much the shroud of turin is such an interesting and contentious flash point where science and religion meat yeah but heads yeah big time that we just couldn't possibly pretend like it doesn't exist it's too interesting agreed and i can imagine that william freakin wept when he saw the return i would love to see the shroud of turin myself i don't i have no idea what my reaction would be but i wouldn't be surprised if i did weep when i saw it sure whatever the shroud of turin is it is probably the most venerated object in the world knepper helps i it's at least among the top two or three gimme that yeah yeah and the idea that so many people look at this thing with love in all in a maze -ment that it somehow imbues it with the very stuff that they that it's venerated for our way yeah i can imagine that even as an atheist you would get hit by that well to me like looking at a at a great painting or something not to say that it is a painting even though some people say it is a painting which will get to but you know what i'm saying like just moved by seen the mona lisa yeah her being like thousand bigger than yeah how little under well that's the same thing that jerusalem syndrome is typically happens when you go to very holy site in your overcome can also happen when you're looking at art as well All right. it is a fifty if you don't know what it is and you're hearing is go on and on about crying shrouded turn it is a fifty three square foot a piece of linen rectangle i think it's about three feet by fourteen feet yeah and it is like i said herringbone will faint brownish image that and we'll get into some of the more interesting finer points but when photograph the negative images is a very clear image of a man naked man with his arms folded over his groin area tastefully beard mustache shoulder-length hair parted in the middle and you know looks like that pick if he grew up in the southern baptist church looks like that picture of jesus hanging on the wall right the that i grew up with or your friend that you went to that three eleven show back in one thousand nine hundred in there are stains in areas on the linen consistent with crucifixion wounds yes what which will get to because it's very important all of this is the feel like we're going to be teasing this out throughout well let's stop let's start at the very beginning of all this okay if you're a believer in that the shot of turin is a legitimate religious artifact that is to say that jesus christ was wrapped in it after's varied in it right in jerus- and that is indeed his image so when he died he misses jesus we're talking about still not william freaking right he's still alive right is he yeah when jesus died and was interred or entombed i'm sorry after three days his apostles went and checked on him and they found he wasn't there right he hit ascended into heaven this just happened to be what we now celebrate as easter yeah and a boy it really this gonna come out right around then yeah in easter celebrates the re among christians the resurrection of christ after his death yes he dives chris fight on good friday he is found to be have been resurrected up into heaven on easter sunday jesus wasn't there is body was gone but according to legend they found shrouds right still there has burial shot so the idea is is that his burial shroud i was taken out of his tomb and venerated from the gecko basically held onto in moved from against the from jerusalem out to where did make its second trip to believe from there it went straight to turkey constantinople and it was there for several hundred years right it was in the possession of some of the sultans there yeah and then the crusaders came along and said we'll be taking that and whatever else we want yeah and we're gonna move it to athens greece and it was there actually i don't know if the crusaders took it maybe it'll smuggled out but crusaders sacked the town i saw both okay well the history is a bit murky until the mid fourteenth century right it is so in and you would think that if the crusaders had taken it they would have taken it back to europe because that's where the hailed from they wouldn't have taken it down to athens greece right supposedly spent several centuries between the crusades and about the thirteenth century in greece and somehow some way it made its way to france right yeah a french night and i think this is where it gets a little more solid and it's travels geoffroy descharnes discharging took it france about one hundred thirty miles outside of paris and eventually it mount it made its way to its final home and turin italy and where it's been there ever since yeah the cathedral saint john the baptist yeah fifteen seventy eight is when it landed there and it's still there and you can go look at it i think it went on tour for a little while within the last few years right van halen yeah it was on display as part of a traveling exhibit was traveling or was it just on display intern now think it traveled but i'm very surprised but here's what i'm going on as william freed kipnes account oh So I'm not sure. But I do know that. More people saw it in the last few years than ever before. Yeah. ever before very very recent times because apparently for many centuries it was on public display yeah you have to go to turin right go into that church right and they would probably ask you series of questions for you entered right and as you exit like what kind of fish is this jesus fish come on back the catholic church does not have an official stand on the intensity of the shroud but trump chope pope john paul the trumpster in nineteen ninety eight said you know we trust science basically to to keep studying this thing yeah the church i think used to have an official position on until i think around one thousand nine hundred eighty eight yeah and they said you know what whatever it is we still believe that you catholics or christians should venerate this thing because of the very least it's symbolic of christ's suffering on the cross right but we're not going to say either way where the catholic church thank you good night i think is how an end transmission all right let's take a little break here you want to yeah and we'll talk a bit about the early science the shroud of turn he pay what's up from the cain show i just left the newly remodeled hers kia and took the all new twenty twenty kia soul for a spin you go check it out and make sure you tell them riley sent you bigger and better than ever open to everyone twenty one and up with a valid i._d. or eighteen up with a med card join us as.

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"cathedral saint john" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

11:17 min | 3 years ago

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Me is Charles, w Chuck fry looking so sharp today. Nudes shark wrapped in my hearing bone. Linden. I thought that was an 0 scarf. You. That's the second 0 scarf joke. You've made although one was live on stage where you. Well, that's a little. He accidentally made fun of the lady there on the first lady was like. What's wrong? Dover? And lo and behold, she's wearing an 0 scarf back from that pretty fast. I don't get what it was called 0 scarf, because it looks as if it never ends. I think it's a scarf that is sewn together. It's like a ring. Okay. It's all okay, not a good name for it. All right. For not a great invention like an 0 pool that never end. They could swim swim forever. It looks as if a rich person pools. Yeah. Not like my above ground pool in the back of the hit. Right next to the trampoline. All right. I think we've insulted enough. Well, that was a Simpsons reference, technically, they people, I and the hick. Yeah. Yes, we did. Anyway, let's talk shroud of Charron. Chuck. Are you familiar what made you pick this Easter? No, timing. Although heck, that's great timing. Seriously? It was to be honest. I was listening to an episode of w t f with Marc Maron, and he it's an older episode again all of our ideas from Arkansas. Growing a moustache. Well, I've grown it just gonna shave the beard, right? Yeah. He was interviewing William freed can the director, right? And who is it turns out? It's quite chatty. Talking all time. He talked a lot. A really good interview. Well, yeah. Yeah. So you want out of an interviewee. Yeah. Sure. But he saw the drought of churn in person, and he described the experience. Now, thought why haven't we done one on that, that's pretty important relic? What was his reaction to it? He wept. So that's, that's actually something it's called Jerusalem syndrome. Yeah. He he was incredibly, and he's not, especially well, he talked a lot about Jesus specifically, but said that he's not religious, but he really has a thing for Jesus. He doesn't identify as a Christian, but he really he is a big fan of Jesus, Jesus file share. Which is, you know, sure a lot of people like that. I think there's even messianic Jews Jews for Jesus. And apparently William freaking I mean bio two categories. Bowel accounts. Jesus the historical figure. It's pretty stand up guy. Sure. Sure. And I think. Stop dancing around this. Okay. We're not a religious podcast. We're not every time we've ever done a religious episode. We've gotten so much blowback from every single thing we've gotten wrong. Sure, there were like our structure is not really set up to two podcasts on religion very much. The shroud of Turin is such an interesting and contentious flash point, where science and religion meet. Yeah. Mm heads. Yeah. Big fan that we just couldn't possibly pretend like it doesn't exist. It's too interesting. And I can imagine that William free can when deterrent. I would love to see the shroud of Turin myself. I, I have no idea what my reaction would be. But I wouldn't be surprised if I did. We put I saw it shirt, whatever the shroud of Turin is it is probably the most venerated object in the world. Knepper hips. It's at least among the top two or three sure that and the idea that so many people look at this thing with love in awe and amazement that it somehow imbues it with the very stuff that they that it's venerated for Howard way. Imagine that, even as an atheist you would get hit by that. Well, be to me like looking at a at a great painting or something not to say that it is a painting, even though some people say it is a painting, which we'll get to right. But you know what I'm saying, like just moved by seeing the Mona Lisa. Yeah. Her being like bigger than a little under will. That's the same thing that Jerusalem syndrome is typically happens. When you go to very holy site in your overcome can also happen when you're looking at art as well. All right. It is a fifty if you don't know what it is. And you're hearing is go on and on about crying. Shouted turn. It is a fifty three square foot piece of linen rectangle. I think it's about three feet by fourteen feet. Yeah. And it is like I said, herringbone will faint brownish image that and we'll get into some of the more interesting finer points. But when photograph the negative images is a very clear image of a man naked man with his arms, folded over his groin area. Tastefully. Beard. Mustache shoulder. Length hair parted in the middle. And you know, looks like that. If you grew up in the southern Baptist church looks like that picture of Jesus hanging on the wall, right? That I grew up with or your friend that you went to that three eleven show back in one thousand nine hundred. And there are stains in areas on the linen consistent with crucifixion wounds. Yes. We'll will get to because it's very important. All of this is feel like we're going to be teasing this out throughout all. Let's stop. Let's start at the very beginning of all this. Okay. If you're a believer in that the shroud of Turin is a legitimate religious artifact that is to say that Jesus Christ was wrapped in it. After's varied in it right in jerus-. And that is indeed his image. So. When he died, he in this Jesus we're talking about still not William freaking right? He's still alive. Is he? Yeah. When Jesus died in was interred, or entombed. I'm sorry. After three days, his apostles, went and checked on him. And they found he wasn't there, right? He hit ascended into heaven. This just happened to be what we now celebrate Easter. Yeah. And boy, it really this gonna come out right around then isn't it? Yeah. In Easter celebrates the among Christians, the resurrection of Christ after his death. Yes, he dives. Chris fight on Good Friday. He is found to be have been resurrected up into heaven on Easter Sunday. Jesus wasn't. There is body was gone, but according to legend they found shrouds right still there. His burial shot. So the idea is, is that his burial shroud. It was taken out of his tomb, and venerated from the gecko, basically held onto in moved from against the from Jerusalem out to where did make its second trip to believe from there. It went straight to Turkey Constantinople, and it was there for several hundred years. Right. It was in the possession of some of the sultans there. Yeah. And then the crusaders came along and said, we'll be taking that. And whatever else we want. Yeah. And we're going to move it to Athens Greece. And it was there. Actually, I don't know if the crusaders took it, maybe it'll smuggled out, but crusaders sacked the town, I saw both. Okay. Well, the, the history is a bit murky until the mid fourteenth century. Right. It is in, and you would think that, if the crusaders had taken it, they would have taken it back to Europe because that's where the hailed from they wouldn't have taken it down to Athens, Greece. Right. Supposedly spent several centuries between the crusades and about the thirteenth century in Greece, and somehow some way, it made its way to France, right? Yeah. A French night, and I think this is where it gets a little more solid, and it's travels Geoffroy dish. Arnie Sharony took it to France about one hundred thirty miles outside of Paris, and eventually, it mount, it made its way to its final home and Turin Italy. And it's been there ever since the cathedral Saint. John, the Baptist. Yeah. Fifteen seventy eight is when it landed there and it's still there. And you can go look at it. I think it went on tour for a little while within the last few years, right? Van halen. Yeah, it was on display as part of a traveling exhibit was it traveling? Or was it just on display intern? Now think it traveled. But I'm very surprised but here's what I'm going on is William free cans account. So I'm not sure. But I do know that. More people saw it in the last few years than ever before. Yeah. Ever before very, very recent times, because apparently for many centuries, it was on public display. Yeah. You have to go to Turin, right? Go into that church. Right. And they would, you know, probably ask you a series of questions for you entered. Right. And as you exit like what kind of fish is this Jesus fish? Come on back. The Catholic church does not have an official stand on the shroud. But Chope Pope John, Paul. The job stir in nineteen ninety eight said, you know, we trust science basically to, to keep studying this thing. Yeah. The church, I think used to have an official position on until I think around nineteen Eighty-eight. Yeah. And they said, you know what whatever it is. We still believe that you Catholics or Christians, should venerate this thing because of the very least it's symbolic of Christ's suffering on the cross, right? But when I can say, either way with the Catholic church, thank you. Good night. I think is how an end transmission. All right. Let's take a little break here. You want to. Yeah. And we'll talk a bit about the early science. The shot of turn. They come from every corner of the beltway fierce warriors of house advertising, each one of them using knowledge and skills to fight for their spot in the heart media, accounting -secutive empire. Some will stand some will fall.

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"cathedral saint john" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

11:03 min | 3 years ago

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Clark, sitting across from me is Charles, w Chuck fry looking so sharp today, nudes rested on a shark wrapped in my hearing bone. Linden. I thought that was an 0 scarf. You like in independent. He's that's the second 0 scarf joke. You've made although one was live on stage where you. Well. Accidentally made fun of a lady there on the first lady was like. Dover? And lo and behold, she's wearing an 0 scarf back from that pretty fast. I don't get what it was called 0 scarf, because it looks as if it never ends. I think it's a scarf that is sewn together. It's like a ring. Okay. It's all okay, not a good name for it. All right. For not a great invention like an 0 pool that never ends can swim and swim forever. It looks as if a rich person pools. Not like my above ground. The rest of the Nater the hit. Right next to the trampoline. Yeah. All right. I think we've insulted enough people. Well, that was a Simpsons reference technically they. And the hick. Yeah. Yes, we did. Anyway, let's talk shroud of Turin. Chuck. Are you familiar what made you pick this Easter? No, timing. Although heck, that's great timing. Seriously? It was to be honest. I was listening to an episode of w t f with Marc Maron, and he it's an older episode again all of our ideas from Arkansas. I'm going to moustache. Well, I've grown it and just gonna shave the beard, right? Yeah. He was interviewing William freed can the director, right? And who is it turns out? It's quite chatty. Talking all the time. He talked a lot a really good interview. Interviewee. Yeah. Sure. But he saw the drought of turn and person. And he described the experience. Now thought we'd done one on that. That's pretty important relic. What was his reaction to it? He wept. So that's, that's actually something it's called Jerusalem syndrome. Yeah. He he was incredibly MU and he's not, especially well, he talked a lot about Jesus specifically, but said that he's not religious, but he really has a thing for Jesus. He doesn't identifies a Christian, but he really he is a big fan of Jesus, Jesus, file share, which is, you know, sure a lot of people like that, I think. But yeah, there's even messianic Jews Jews for Jesus. An apparently William freaking I mean biology two categories. Bowel accounts. Jesus the historical figure. It's pretty stand up guy. Sure. You know. Sure. And I think, stop dancing around this. Okay. We're not a religious podcast. Oh, we're not not every time we've ever done a religious episode. We've gotten so much blowback from every single thing we got wrong. Sure, there were like our structure is not really set up to two podcasts on religion very much. The shroud of Turin is such an interesting and contentious, flashpoint where science and religion meat. Yeah. Yeah. Big time that we just couldn't possibly pretend like it doesn't exist. It's too interesting. Yeah. Agreed. And I can imagine that William freakin wet deterrent. I would love to see the shroud of Turin myself. I, I have no idea what my reaction would be. But I wouldn't be surprised if I did weep when I saw it sure what? Ever. The shroud of Turin is it is probably the most venerated object in the world. Yeah. Perhaps, I it's at least among the top two or three. Sure that. Yeah. And the idea that so many people look at this thing with love, and in amazement that it, somehow imbues it with the very stuff that they that it's venerated for Howard way. Imagine that, even as you would get hit by that. Well, be to me like looking at a at a great painting or something not to say that it is a painting, even though some people say it is a painting, which will get to. But you know what I'm saying? Like just moved by seeing the Mona Lisa. Yeah. For being like thousand bigger than under. Well, that's the same thing that Jerusalem syndrome is typically happens when you go to a very holy site in your overcome. Right. Can also happen when you're looking at art as well. All right. It is a fifty if you don't know what it is. And you're hearing is go on and on about crying. Turn. It is a fifty three square foot piece of Lenin direct tangle. I think it's about three feet by fourteen feet. Yeah. And it is like I said, herringbone will faint brownish image that and we'll get into some of the more interesting finer points. But when photograph the negative images is a very clear image of a man naked man with his arms, folded over his groin area. Tastefully. Beard, mustache, shoulder-length hair, parted in the middle. And you know, looks like that. If you grew up in the southern Baptist church looks like that picture of Jesus hanging on the wall, right? That I grew up with or your friend that you went to that three eleven show back in one thousand nine hundred. In there are stains in areas on the Lenin consistent with crucifixion wounds. Yes, we'll get to because it's very important. All of this is the feel like we're going to be teasing this out throughout. Well, let's stop. Let's start at the very beginning of all this. Okay. If you're a believer in that the shot of Turin is a legitimate religious artifact that is to say that Jesus Christ was wrapped in it. After's in it right in jerus-. And that is indeed his image. So. When he died he in this is Jesus. We're talking about still not William freaking right? He's still alive. Is he? Yeah. When Jesus died and was interred or entombed. I'm sorry. After three days, his apostles, went and checked on him. And they found he wasn't there, right? He hit ascended into heaven. This just happened to be what we now celebrate Easter. Yeah. And a boy, really this gonna come out right around, then isn't it? Yeah. In Easter celebrates the re among Christians, the resurrection of Christ after his death. Yes, he dives. Chris fight on Good Friday. He is found to be have been resurrected up into heaven on Easter Sunday. Jesus wasn't there as body was gone. But according to legend they found shrouds right still there. His burial shot. So the idea is, is that his burial shroud. It was taken out of his tomb, and venerated from the gecko basically held onto and moved from against the from Jerusalem out to where did make its second trip to believe from there. It went straight to Turkey Constantinople, and it was there for several hundred years. Right. It was in the possession of some of the sultans there. Yeah. And then the crusaders came along and said, we'll be taking that. And whatever else we want. Yeah. And we're gonna move it to Athens Greece. And it was there. Actually, I don't know if the crusaders took it maybe was smuggled out, but crusaders sacked the town, I saw both. Okay. Well, the history is a bit murky until the mid fourteenth century, right? It is. And you would think that if the crusaders head taken it, they would have taken it back to Europe because that's where the hailed from they wouldn't have taken it down to Athens, Greece. Right. Supposedly spent several centuries between the crusades and about the thirteenth century in Greece, and somehow some way, it made its way to France, right? Yeah. A French night, and I think this is where it gets a little more solid, and it's travels Geoffroy dish. Arnie shawnee took it to France about one hundred thirty miles outside of Paris, and eventually, it mount, it made its way to its final home and Turin Italy. And it's been there ever since the cathedral Saint. John, the Baptist. Yeah. Fifteen seventy eight is when it landed there and it's still there and you can go look at it. I think it went on tour for a little while within the last few years. Right. With van Halen. Yeah, it was on display as part of a traveling exhibit was the traveling or was it just on display intern. Now think it traveled. But I'm very surprised that here's what I'm going on is William freakin account. Oh, god. So I'm not sure. But I do know that. More people saw it in the last few years than ever before. Yeah. Ever before very, very recent times, because apparently for many centuries, it was on public display. Yeah. You have to go to Turin, right? Go into that church. Right. And they would probably ask you questions for you entered. Right. And as you exit, what kind of fish is this Jesus fish? Come on back. The Catholic church does not have an official stand on the shroud. But Chope Pope John Paul, the Trumpster nine hundred ninety eight said, you know, we trust science basically to, to keep studying this thing. Yeah. The church, I think used to have an official position on until I think around one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Yeah. And they said, you know what whatever it is. We still believe that you Catholics or Christians, should venerate this thing because of the very least it's symbolic of Christ's suffering on the cross, right? But we're not going to say either way with the Catholic church. Thank you. Good night. I think is how end transmission. All right. Let's take a little break here. You want to. Yeah. And we'll talk a bit about the early science. The shot of turn. Let's give something clear,.

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"cathedral saint john" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

06:17 min | 3 years ago

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"The Morning America. This is the cats roundtable, Trump cat Smith. He's Easter Sunday. And last week we had a tragedy. We had Notre Dame somebody tried to create a fire possibly at Saint Patrick's cathedral. There was a fire in Saint Johnson divine in New York last week. We have with us this morning. Michael headache? Michael is a specialist in a stonework. He's a stonemason and cutter and for sixty four years or sixty four years old him and his father were working on churches and the large stone structures, the Moines. Good morning, Mike. How are you smoking? Very good. John. It's nice to be on your program. Well, thank you for coming on. I will give us a little bit of your history, and what famous churches have you done in the past. I grew up in stone masonry business, and I would go with my daughter, very early age to other two coreys, and we would buy the stone would bring the stone back, and we cut our stone. And then we would take him to the jobs, and we'd install it. And when you two came out, I started to get into filming a lot of these old churches like the cathedral, Saint John's New York City. I just came back from Peru down in Kuske school. I didn't mind you peach you castles in Wales last year, and it's just my way of passing on stonemason retreat. So now Notre Dame just burnt, and I guess we're gonna talk about that a little bit. Well, give us your estimate. Shen how much damage have you heard has happened, and your education opinion, how long will it take to get it fixed? Well, I know that those trust is were built out of wood. And it's my guess that it was white. Oak. And when you work with white folk, it's lakes, it doesn't rot from the inside of flakes from the outside. I take an educated guess, but I wouldn't doubt that a lot of those. It would be like a dust of fine dust that was flammable. No if it was back in twelve hundred AD when her when they started building in. I think they'd use steel I know the whole roof has gone and seen videos of of going over to top and how long would it be? I think they should build it out a steel and mimic what it was like, and it's possible within five years, but also ten years. It depends on how fast they work on it. And I understand Saint Patrick's cathedral a lot of renovations and not cost almost two hundred million dollars. How much do I think that the Paris will cost us? Well, I know they took in a billion. Dollars already. And I don't think it'd be a billion dollars. But there's a lot more things wrong with Notre Dame than there is beyond a roof. A lot of the stonemason meter up near the window looking at it. They seem some documentaries on it. And that limestone when it gets wet it starts to disintegrate. That's basically why they built the roof because inside the cathedral. They have what they call those stole vaults, and if water penetrates into those stone vaults will actually form flag tights in it. So the only reason roof is there is to keep the water from getting through the limestone of you think the towers are. Okay. And so is it just would burn you think. I, you know, I to reports if the fire kept going would have got into the towers, and I don't know how bad it if it sends it or not. But. But they might be okay. I think that's that's for the experts to get up there. Take a good look around and determine what they wanna do from from that from that point. To like to say about Easter about to work, you doing churches. Well, you know, I'm a I guess you could say look Christian, and I respected church is very much the buildings are awesome. I think fedral 's are are to me. I've I looked at the castles and all these other. I looked at the pyramids in Egypt that the Beatles had more work put into them discuss. I could say it. Everybody's happy Easter. Now, let me ask you one more thing. You know, it's a trait. That's not easily to obtain a you'll training students. You have interns to teach them to try to the training. I that's why started a YouTube channel. And I get a lot of people. I just called me from Arizona twenty minutes before I came on the radio show, and there's big big collie from all over the country. One thing about masonry is. It's different what works in Pennsylvania doesn't work in Alaska. What works Alaska doesn't work in Florida. What works in Florida as a work in California. So it depends on the region from where you're from how you actually do the work, and it was the same like if you were down in enroll it'd be different than if you were up in England doing stonework, but it's a it's a trait to pass on. And I go around them different people. And try try to talk to the Masons. And it's just a it's a dying art because everything's pre made anymore. So it's a it's a nice little thing to pass on at my age. Well, Mike havoc. Thank you. Happy eastern. Thank you for coming on our show and. I'm glad that you are doing this kind of work, and you and your teaching future generations to pass it on. And we'll catch up with you again real soon. Thank you jelly. Appreciate it. Also that you have a happy. So this is the catch roundtable. We'll be right back.

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"cathedral saint john" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:06 min | 3 years ago

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The day today. We're talking about the tragedy of Notre Dom yesterday. Very hard to believe that this really happened. John. We were just talking about the Dreyfuss affair the antisemitism. And it's. And it's a strange thing because I was making the points. I always want to frame things that when you force religion on people typically, it backfires, they end up going through the motions and not really owning themselves, and the government kind of takes responsibility. And so then you get a kind of a dead religion coupled with the backlash or the rebellion that manifest itself as anti clerical ISM or as aggressive secularism. And in France, you really clearly have that you have a kind of secularism in France going all the way back obviously to the French revolution, which is very ugly. I would say in many cases demonic a real hatred of God. And the things of God. And to me the situation with Notre Dom. I think this is going to affect the French people in in most ways, I would say for the good. I think they may begin to think. They're probably already thinking more deeply about you know, what is the heart of France. And what is Christianity and France because they've lost something that they so tremendously took for granted. And those released my initial thoughts. I think they might start to realize that what's truly great about France as his truly great of any country that has ever been Christian its greatest period was always when it was pervaded and suffused with supernatural faith. And the reason why a state religion tends to be dead religion, compare religion to America, right? If the love affair between God, and the soul. Well, how great forced marriages where someone kidnapped and Mary without their consent. That usually doesn't work is angry at me. I gotta say. Chill. She'll get over it. She's gonna learn to love me. Okay. You're you're you're quite right, John. And I think that this is part of the tragedy of western Europe. Is that you have look not just western Europe. You have this in Greece. You have this in Italy. A lot of Europe was Christian in a way that was so closely allied to the state that when the Christianity needed to be real Christianity failed. I mean, the story of bond Hoffer stories the classic story that German Lutheranism was not sufficient to withstand the satanic evil of Hitler. There was just dead religion. And the few Christians that were really robust in their faith weren't able to rally the church in Germany to stand against the evil. And you have a lot of that. And then the the backlash, and that's what you're talking about. You know, in one thousand nine five is that ironically, whatever authority the church had which might have been quite good. Is it self lost all of Florida? Become suspect, and you fall into the trap that we've fallen into now in America after Watergate in his sixties that any thority whether the church or the state or any goodness is somehow the aspersion is cast upon it of hypocrisy or well. Anyway, that that's my general take capture the passion and conviction of faith that led ordinary people to volunteer. Their time in the twelve and thirteen centuries. These were peasants and craftsmen who didn't have tons of free time, they weren't bubbling over with material wealth, but they devoted themselves day after day week after week our after our volunteering to build Notre dumb, and it took two hundred years of people volunteering their time people donating of sometimes the kings, donating the church did have some wealth of its own. But it was most. Spontaneous people, you know, the way when someone is shot in say ghetto neighborhood, and you see a little memorial and people put flower plaques. Well, this was the equivalent it was crowd sourcing a cathedral, and that's why one part of the cathedral flight, it's lightly different architectural style than the other. Because when they were making the newer one, they use the newer style. So it's not perfectly match each organic almost like a tree that grew over two hundred years, and it grew out of authentic faith love for God. Love for beauty now in in the secular west, and I won't just single out friends. We we women church like that is destroyed you hear people say what you could never build that. Again. We don't have the crafts. We don't have the technique. In fact, we do if you go up to Morningside heights, you'll see the building gothic cathedral, slowly the cathedral, Saint John the divine techniques still exist what we don't have the techniques of. Faith and love, and and hope and self sacrifice and shoop shoop focus on the supernatural a sense that God is really there. Really is this invisible world of grace and redemption which worth using our earthly lives to to connect with and to build up our relationship with we think it's not really worth the sacrifice. You know? It might be true might not be true was not really worth making that big bet on it. You know, I think I'll do this other thing that's more comfortable. I I've noticed something can this is at least in Catholic churches, Protestant churches. The more comfortable the seats, the uglier cheaper and stupider the the the altar and the factuality are, whereas if you have an old church with exquisite windows, and marble altar it often be hard bench and something hard to kneel on. But what you get to the new churches built in the sixties the stuff that's meant to honor God in the sanctuary. Looks like a portal nombre talented seven year old art class in about ten minutes. And it's cheap materials like cells and polyester and it's simple in its crude. But my gosh, they're like thrones cushions so comfortable. We value our butts beyond our souls and God. Wow. You're just you're very lapidary. Talker. John what you said about writing this article, which people can read at the stream stream dot org, folks dot org, and the title is are we to primitive to rebuild? Notre dom. Use it writing the article was like live tweeting from your mother's funeral and other lapidary phrase. So I have to say John that you know, we're touching on some very important things. That's why I wanted to have you on today because this is not just about. Oh, some terrible thing happened, you know, it's powerfully symbolic deeply symbolic when I think about you know. Suzanne yesterday said something like it's almost as if Saint Patrick's cathedral where to go away. And then we both realize oh my gosh. That doesn't begin to begin to begin to compare to Notre Don, which is eight hundred years, we have absolutely nothing in the United States of America that can touch this. It's just it's just a staggering thing. Now, I heard someplace yesterday on the news that when when Victor Hugo wrote has famous novel bunch Beck of Notre Dom. I was at the turn of the century was at following the Dreyfuss affair. I can't even remember how that was before. Oh, I'm sorry. So it's way before that. But but in a way, I guess what I heard on the news was that it brought new attention to Notre Dom that somehow had already I guess because of the the secularism of French aloof revolution, the general climate hydra believe that two hundred years ago in France. And you know, talk Ville touches on this. You have the kind of secularism that we haven't seen in America until like the nineteen sixties realistically. Can I put it in perspective for you? Please. How quickly things can go insane. As we watch American politics should should keep people up at night seventeen eighty nine when they decided to reform the French monarchy because it had gone broke largely by supporting the American revolution. By the way. When Louis the sixteenth decided to reform the French monarchy he had already abolished laws against product. Jews already liberalized a lot of things and gotten rid of some of the worst aspects of the French monarchy, but he he needed to reform it, so he summoned the estates general, and that that was like some of the common people some of the nobles and the bishop's would all meet in this in this estates. General was like a parliament. Well, it started in seventeen eighty nine with a religious procession with all the bishops of France carrying the Eucharist in a beautiful gold monstrance, and Gregorian chant and very solemn beautiful procession full of hope for the reform of France within four years. They were gunning down preseason nuns as traitors and trying to wipe out the whole population of the province of day because they clung to the Catholic faith and they wanted to restore the monarchy, and they didn't want to fight in the revolutions wars. Here's they went from a religious procession to an anti Christian violent persecution. Things can go that haywire that fast comfortable. Well when we come back. We'll continue the conversation with John's mirror,.

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"cathedral saint john" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Some people are someone who's writing about some few people read about climate change and climate Justice, reproductive rights of the intersection of feminism and women of color and the LGBTQ community minority race in bullying sort of how those two intersex. I think because we talk a lot about intersection. That intersection comes up in a lot of the speeches. So yeah. Tell us about the route. So the route, and we actually did a quick modification because Monday is supposed to be the one of the coldest days. I can remember super cold Ryan. So so we are starting at the Frederick Douglass statue at one hundred and tenth in central park west, and we're going from there to the cathedral Saint John the divine an up to Columbia University. We originally had a few more stops. But we then we're finishing it MCS, but we stopped in to try and make the walking outside shorter because it's supposed to be about five degrees when we begin marketing. So so we are in the interest of safety. And so we're so we have those four stops into. We have a few extra people speaking at different steps. But Frederick Douglass was the stuff that the students were really interested in starting because it felt like was also someone is talking about interpreting identify gentrification he's talking about Seneca village. And how that that was a community that was destroyed when they eminent domain decided that that that central park. With more important than this community that was largely African American in eighteen hundred. So he really was passionate about starting there. And it felt like in terms of a of the intersections of a lot of issues that fell like a great place to start. And then we'll be see us at least, what do you think? Dr king would be fighting for today. Well, I think Dr king's dream mostly was like everyone being United everyone being together. So although his main his main issue he was fighting and gets his racism. I think he I think he would support us us combating all these topics because really how are we how are we supposed to be a United country when when people are when people are paying less to to certain genders or or assaulting people because of their identity or or things like that. I mean, honestly, I think he would be supportive of all of the things we're talking about. What do you hope someone gets away from gets from the smart somebody who decides? Hey, this sounds like a cool bunch of kids. I want to check it out. Guess I'm both. The inspiration. I think them being eighth grade. A lot of people don't necessarily see those voices two seriously. And I think what being inspired by the fact that this group of young people is really passionate and really engaged. I hope it. Provide a little urgency as well in terms of taking part in different movements. I think a lot of people in in their speeches are really talking about listening and being compassionate is not necessarily enough though. There's a sense of action that a lot of students are really talking about in their speeches, and I hope that hearing hearing them as both inspirational, but it compels people to act and think about what is the issue that I can actually make an impact on some smaller large way. And to take some steps, I think it's great that thirteen year olds stand up in public and discuss these amazing. And I I applaud them because I think when I was in eighth grade, I would have been incredibly daunting, and so, but they every year every single eighth grader, even if they are. And some of them are nervous understandably, but they really they take that risk. And it's always for me. It's it's one of those moments where I feel incredible pride to have worked with this group of students. So then this year is the same. That's exciting. All right. You guys. Good luck. Thank you. Where you're going to be by the time. This interviews over you might have a new group joining us. Always Tom from Manhattan countries go thanks for coming in y'all watch. If you're interested in seeing the kids speeches and learning more about Manhattan country school, you can go to the Facebook page. The Marsh will be streaming live on Facebook. Support for WNYC comes from Sony Pictures classics presenting never look away, a new film inspired by real events about a young art student who is unknowingly.

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"cathedral saint john" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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04:12 min | 3 years ago

"cathedral saint john" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Some people are someone is writing about some few people write about climate change and climate Justice, reproductive rights of the intersection of feminism and women of color and the LGBTQ community a minority race in bullying sort of how those two intersex. I think because we talk a lot about intersection. That idea of intersection comes up in a lot of the speeches. So yeah, tell us about the route. So the route, and we actually did a quick modification because Monday is supposed to be the one of the states. I can remember super cold. So we are starting at the Frederick Douglass statue at one hundred and tenth in central park west, and we're going from there to the cathedral Saint John the divine and up to Columbia University. We originally had a few more stops. But we were finishing it MCS. But we we cut to stop in to try and make the walking outside shorter because it's supposed to be about five degrees when we begin marketing. So so we are in the interest of safety. And so we're so so we have those four stops into. We have a few extra people speaking different steps. But Frederick Douglass was the stop that the students were really interested in starting at because it felt like was also someone is talking about interpreting gentrification he's talking about Seneca village. And how that that was a community that was destroyed when the eminent domain. Decided that that central park with more important than this community that was largely African American in eighteen hundred. So he really was passionate about starting there and felt like in terms of the intersections of a lot of issues that a great place to start. And then we'll be them see us at least, what do you think? Dr king would be fighting for today. Well, I think Dr king's dream mostly was like everyone being United everyone being together. So although like his main his main issue he was fighting and gets his racism. I think he I think he would support us us combating all these topics because really how are we how are we supposed to be a United country when when people are when people are paying less to to certain genders or or assaulting people because of their identity or or things like that. I mean, honestly, I think he would be supportive of all of the things we're talking about. What do you hope someone gets away from gets from the smart somebody who decides? Hey, this sounds like a cool bunch of kids. I want to check it out. Guess I'm both. The inspiration. I think than being eighth grade. A lot of people don't necessarily see those voices to take seriously. And I think what being inspired by the fact that this group of young people is really passionate and really engaged. I hope it. Provides a little urgency as well in terms of taking part in different movements. I think a lot of people in in their speeches are really talking about listening and being compassionate is not necessarily enough. There's a sense of action that a lot of students are really talking about in their speeches, and I hope that. Hearing hearing them both inspirational, but it compels people to act and think about what is the issue that I can actually make an impact on some smaller large way to take some steps. I think it's great that thirteen year olds stand up in public and discuss these amazing. And I I applaud them because I think when I was in eighth grade, I would have been incredibly daunting, and so, but they every year every single eighth grader, even if they are. And some of them are nervous understandably, but they really they take that risk. And I it's always for me. It's it's one of those moments where I feel incredible pride to have worked with this group of of students out and this year is the same. So that's exciting. All right. You guys. Good luck. Thank you think. People where you're going to be by the time. This interviews over you might have a new group joining us. At least Callanan Tom from Manhattan countries. Go thanks for coming in. You can watch. If you're interested in seeing the kids speeches and learning more about Manhattan country school, you can go to the fair their Facebook page. The Marsh will be streaming live on Facebook. Support for WNYC comes from Sony Pictures classics presenting never look away, a new film inspired by real events about a young art student who is unknowingly.

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