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"church course" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"But the church course is also they do a great job over there that inner or outer it's just very particular. So you're actually use races have a lot of horses that can run strong. So you have to be paying attention. It just gives or take if there's rain or not or how the race is playing, but I think speed is going to be strong today. And you're just showing to ride a smart race and save as much ground as possible and then just get a clear spot once you're ready to go. You mentioned earlier that your agent, Michael migliore, you two have kind of joined forces and your business and your success has really improved since you started employing him about 5 years ago. People have called you guys the odd couple. What is it about your relationship? When I met Mike, I was in between agents and there was something about him that he wanted to show than any other agent. He wanted me. He was out there every morning, 5 30, and when we ended up getting together, he was born in Brooklyn and I was a Long Island. I was born in Manhattan and I grew up in Saratoga. So you can kind of tell that you kind of have some different personalities, but no one two opposites me, they work well together and that's what we were doing. He's just taught me so much of being a better communicator and being able to go to anybody and talk to anybody and be confident doing it and he's helped me on and off the track as a family man and he's just always wanted the best for me and has always been a 100% behind my back and we've built this thing together a great foundation and every year we've gotten a little bit better. Well, obviously the duo is working quite well. What about your dad and your sisters? This is a family business for you guys. How much do you communicate with your relatives about riding whether it be occasionally or kind of just in the abstract or very specifically about certain horses and certain races? Yeah, so Jackie's currently my older sister Jacqueline, she's riding at finger lakes and she's doing well. She's fourth in the standings currently and she's having a great time. When she comes over to New York and if we happen to ride in the same race, you know, we want to beat each other, you know, if I, if I wanted to finish if I wanted to finish last, if I'm finishing second to last, I wanted to finish last. So it's always been it's always been competitive. And there's always been a big supporter of mine. So is Jack. So is Jackie, so jealous always having fun out there. Once we get on the track, we know what we have to do. We're trying to get the best place for our owners and we always try to fine tune our skills out there and help each other out. Your dad Robby won over 3000 races, including the runner up in the 1988 Belmont stakes you had a chance to ride in your first Belmont a few months ago. What was that like? I was incredible. Just to feel the crowd and the atmosphere that day was something that I wanted to do again and eventually I want to win that race and just feel what the winning rider feels when they win that. Dad's been from the beginning has been big supporter and he says that he doesn't write any race any other you shouldn't write any race different than if it was a great one or a bottom claimer and should always give a 100% and the only thing the only thing different is the money. So you just graduate and you see what happens and just write a good race and then you just take it from there. Seems like awfully good advice. I know you're riding creative minister at the end of the month in the current are there any specific courses or any races this meet that you're really most looking forward to? Nothing in particular I'd like to take it day by day and I just noticed that a lot of my business, my business is improving coming into this me that never before and just trying to do my best out there but I know that if you run as well he has a possible chance for the Travis creator. That would be certainly an amazing opportunity. Dylan, we really appreciate all of your time and your insights. We wish you the best of luck. Thanks so much for taking a few minutes. Okay, thank you for having me, thanks. Jockey Dylan Davis will be on boppy O this afternoon in the grade three Sanford at Saratoga. He's got 8 mounts today, 22 over the first three days, and he is primed to have another big meat after winning the aqueduct riding title and finishing second between one of the best in the world at Belmont park. We have much more to come on the equine forum, stick with us on
"church course" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"For jockey Dylan Davis the 27 year old who went to Saratoga high school graduated only 11 years ago and is primed for a big meat at the spa welcome back to the equine form presented by twin spires on hr and were thrilled to be joined by Dylan Davis, Dylan, thanks so much. And how are you? I'm doing great. I'm doing great. Thanks for having me on the show. Let's start with that big win at woodbine. I know you have spent most of your time in New York, but you had the opportunity to go up north and win that grade one. What did it feel like? I was smiling the whole time. You just rerun that race just listening to it. I would say just great memories and excitement to be able to get my first grade one, I felt great for New York trainer Christophe Mont and it was a lot of emotions going through there and it's really what I needed to help show that I can get the job done over here. So it was very nice to guess. Since then, obviously, it's been good, good and better. The aqueduct riding title, what did that mean to you? Oh, it meant a lot. I was always done well at aqueduct, but to actually get a title. My very first title in my career, it meant a lot to me because I worked very hard to get to this point and with my age and my community is also behind the scenes, but to actually get a title into my belt feels great and it shows that I can do this and I can ride with these guys and just be able to get the job done. It feels nice. And if anybody questioned it after the meat at the big gay, there's no doubting anymore about the incredible effort at Belmont. Some of the top riders in the country at beautiful Belmont park and you've finished just two wind shy of irad Ortiz. You finished second in the colony. What was that experience like? Oh, and again, a lot of motions again. But you can say maybe what you need is a little easier to win, but I don't think so. I think any riding title is definitely difficult to get. You have to be number one. You have to stay up there. You have a lot of guys behind you trying to chase you, but I feel like don't mind definitely tougher. You have a tough group of forces. Better competition for the riders. Also also the trainers to a tougher group and to be able to finish second leading rider in the country. It feels great. I definitely wanted to win it, but personally, it was the best meat I've ever had. So you're coming off your best meat. Right before that, you won the title at aqueduct. What has happened is your riding improved over the last year or two or has it just taken some time for owners and trainers to recognize that they can trust you on their horses? I think it's both. I've always trying to continue to get better as a writer, but just trying to get the opportunities a lot of the writers have their business. So it's definitely difficult to get into another outfit, but when I do, I got to make sure that I get the job done and then the show. So definitely building the business and the right direction and then going from there. Yeah. When you say you're continuing to get better as a writer, what is that mean? What are you trying to develop? Where are you getting better? Well, many aspects just being physically better. Making better decisions on the track to get a better placing. Being able to listen to the horse to get more out of them and I also had Richie nagle helping me recently fine tuning some skills by getting some position and how to manage the horse to the wire. So just getting them into stride and being able to hold position. So just working on a few things and trying to work with different types of forces. Also getting with winning the winter title, it has given me a lot more confidence going into the Belmont meet and then also again showing that I can compete with these guys at a high level finishing second. So I was feeling strong going into this Saratoga meeting. You have 8 mounts today at Saratoga, including boppy O in the grade three Sanford, as you prepare for races. What goes into it? Are you reading the form or are you watching video before you ride a horse before you get in the starting gate? What have you done to prepare for a race? So first, I'd like to get on some horses in the morning and get my body moving. I do some stretching as well. Off days, maybe I'll work out or something, but on race days to prepare, if I haven't ridden a horse, then if it hasn't run before, I'd have to get the trainers work for it or be able to be able to watch and replay on that particular horse. And then after that, you know, just checking to see how the layout of the race is going to fold is mahler's half speed. Do I need to get positioned early? How is the race playing so far today? And also just the trainer would be able to give me a lot of information about the horse providing that day. So then just trying to get to the wire first from there. We're joined by Dylan Davis on the equine forum presented by twin spires. He's got a full day ahead of him at Saratoga and Saratoga is a special place, particularly for you who grew up in the area graduated from high school there. When you look at the Saratoga meet, how is it different than Belmont or aqueduct? Well, it's definitely prestigious. It's historical racetrack. It has a lot of history. You know, even outside the racetrack coming up here, it brings back the memories with friends. So we will meet up with friends that I haven't met with all year on be able to have a good time. But Ryan and Saratoga has probably one of the toughest weeks in the country. And I'm just fortunate enough to be able to compete with this colony and I also have a good time doing it. Every track is a little bit different in terms of the inside is better or the outside, maybe you can make up more ground, et cetera. What are some of the intricacies of Saratoga? Some of the things that you think of as a rider that you need to be aware of when you're up at the spa. Yeah, so especially coming up here, everyone wants to win. Because of that, a lot of the riders want to be very aggressive early. People want to think that being aggressive is very good. It is through some extent. You just don't want to be caught in too much speed earlier than you just wouldn't have any finish, but I think the dirt course is playing a place pretty fair. It just depends on if it rains or not, but the church course is also they do a great job over there that inner or outer it's just
"church course" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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"Down the door? Well, this is starting to become a regular occurrence for video game lad. Streamers will tell you about to recent incidents that this has happened in just a bit because first on top of a recently entering a brand new generation of gaming with the release of the next Generation, X box and PlayStations. We've also recently entered a brand new year and have quite a few things to look forward to. So we're starting to show off this week with the most anticipated games of 2021 much like the circle of life. The site. Goal of anticipated games will continue to repeat for all eternity. And with the release of one of the most anticipated games of all time going over much like a fart in church course talk about cyberpunk 2077, who is the next game to where the most anticipated crown so next? We wanted to run down the most anticipated games of 2021 here at Checkpoint XP. Also, we want to know. Are any of these on your list. Or do you think there's something missing? That should be put in consideration? Let us know. We want to talk to you on the phones. Give us a call at 1833557 days. You know 974, and we'll hear your answers in just a bit, because first we're going to discuss knees. So, Robbie, let's get it going. Which games should be on everyone's radar this year. All right, Well, I don't know if this is actually gonna come out in 2021 or not, but I think this is going to be the next cyberpunk level hype that when it does come out, could end up being a mess. And that is Elden rain. This is coming from the developer. I'm a software who does the dark souls type games. Okay, And what's great about this is they actually have the game of Thrones Author George R. R. Martin, who's helping to write this game awhile, so it should definitely have a great, interesting story. Now, the other thing if it ever comes out, that's the thing is like this'll game has been a mean now for a while of just getting spammed and every announcement trailer because people are like, Where's Elden? Ring? Where is it? I mean, it only got announced in 2019, but it's still sees another seven years. Please. I feels like it's been 20 years since this game has been announced another one that I'm looking forward to far. Christ six eyes gonna have Giancarlo Esposito in it, as like the evil dictator that you have to. Ah, defeat He played discuss fringe in breaking bad. He was also a moth Gideon in the man DeLorean. He's also the main villain and isn't far cry Five. See, that means I don't know He's gonna be in far. Christ six. Yeah, the new one coming out as well. We also have dying like to that was supposed to come out last Here but hopefully will be this year. This is your sort of zombie type Apocalypse type thing with Park or with park. Oh, yeah. The idea here is is that people were zombie. Is that people actually living with this? Obviously we found a way to survive with it. But what's what's gonna be great about this game? I got to see it at E three A couple of years ago is it's another one of those games where it's like the decisions that you make will block off. Entire like sections of the game. So in order to see everything the game has to offer, you'll have to play through it multiple times and make different decisions. Wow. What do you and feels a little cheap, like, Just give me the game. I bought the game. Don't make no consequences, man consequences. They have to mean something. Diablo four. You guys think being a Diablo for this year? Maybe, like, I don't know, I want I wish with my heart of hearts that it'll happen. But I just I don't think so. You're gonna be ready in time Not ready, but necessarily. But it's like you gotta have people that like they go three was what, like 10 years 15 years or something. Development? Yeah. And that one kind of came out like, man. I think they're gonna take their time on Diablo for make sure that it again after you know, follow 76 after after cyberpunk 2077 like like developers can't take that. Chances anymore. You have to leave these games in the oven until they're ready to go. Lastly, bravely default to you know, I really loved bravely default. The first one, you know it was it was, it was made by squaring. Some call it a spirituals. Successful final fancy seems weird, but it's It's very final fantasy on then, bravely second. I didn't get very far into that. I was a big fan of that one. So I'm not sure how hyped I am about. Bravely default, too. If you like anime, If you like weed B stuff like you're gonna be into this. Otherwise it might be a pass. All right. There's a rundown of some the most anticipated games so far in 2021. We will hear from you and discuss what games are most anticipated by you in just a moment, Because now it's time for this.
"church course" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Than ever out of the out of the corner of ours crisis think about ways to rein this company and and make it make it deal with workers and take their concerns seriously well and that's exactly where I wanted to take this conversation call strangler which is you know I was gonna say water what if anything are the lessons for the United States in all of this and to me it's it's exactly what you were just driving out which is I think sure I'd say in France is actually you know I guess collective bargaining can be annoying but the least of our on my list of concerns about Amazon and and corporate power in the United States annoying me exactly as is very low on my list of priorities right now and I would say that you know as your as you're saying and as as you suggesting in this piece we're seeing a trend we're seeing wildcat strikes at Amazon warehouses here in the US but but there is no organized system of pushing back Amazon has a long record of abusing its warehouse and employees putting them in unsafe and unhealthy working conditions a hundred hundred degree temperatures making them run around this place tracking their movements in all kinds of oppressive treatment of employees mistreatment of employees and as you say he is doing better than ever under the pandemic I am possibly driving it's a boy is harder than ever so anything that might strengthen labor's hand here in the United States strikes me as as a good I yeah you you say you know as a battle in France shows robots legal protections and complement employee activism to work improve workers lives in safety I would also add that collective bargaining it very often people leniency will bring to the table the end of the year public concerns concerns that are in the public interest in and I I think but you tell me I think that's happened to a certain extent with the collective bargaining with Amazon in France too but perhaps I mean to me it's always if you are insisting on behalf of your workers a union that had they not be exposed to a pandemic virus you're actually helping workers you're helping everybody the workers might run into and pass that virus onto a figure in the workplace but I guess I'll give you the closing thoughts on this no I I absolutely I I I completely agree with your options and I think you know even even S. okay you know you can look at what's happened in France and I obviously the the the legal system is completely different there there's a political culture that's that's completely different but there are some there aren't even really basic tools that that could be taken in the U. S. even exists under the current even with the current yeah realm of possibility here which is you know look at something like paid sick leave for example compare I am not aware as workers what the policies are in countries where you have mandatory in France where those workers you don't feel like they want to come to work and even call I mean I I spoke with workers in Poland which is a huge market for Amazon and in which you have workers oppose warehouse warehouse they're staying home and again Hey under that under under law I mean I'd say is course is not the case Amazon got a lot of attention in the U. S. for offering unlimited time off from warehouses that was unpaid and and just how far we are away from that and how far behind the United States is from other countries you can call and no she's sort of the the low cost a source of low cost later in in Europe where a lot of companies outsource their you know simple measures like extending paid leave policies in nine states were given this Amazon workers whose church course millions and millions of other workers across across the logistics center across the retail sector across much of the low wage workforce may be using and then we also look at you know something like existing the existing authority that that it has OSHA has the ability to really really wanted to crack down unaccompanied that was it using the law explorers OSHA also has the ability to to rampant designations and and and signs so there are some measures that you can take in US that aren't just immediately let's set up European stock collective bargaining maybe maybe a finishing point your last point would be the people that are you know the most about how to how to tackle and I don't hold Amazon accountable are going to be the workers they're working in these warehouses across the United States in those who are who are going on strike in part even in the system small portion of the workforce I'm on majors I sent a strong signal and those those are the people that know how Amazon sales all its its obligations to workers and and the rest of the community and I think let's just keep that in mind as we as we see how this plays out and listen to what the workers who are putting their lives on the line to go into work and also the professional lives online by speaking out against Amazon going on straight because obviously and and I mean employer like that especially Amazon aggressive anti worker employer takes a lot of courage to walk out to protest especially in economic conditions like this so unfortunately we're going to have to leave and call strangler independent journalist basic parents Paris France great to talk to you and thanks for coming on this year or yeah thanks always Richard really great pleasure and we'll be right back after this time Richard RG ask out.
"church course" Discussed on KCRW
"From NPR news I'm Laxmi saying the U. S. house is poised to approve the latest wave of coronavirus relief amounting to nearly a half trillion dollars and peers Windsor Johnston says if it clears today's vote as expected the bill goes to the president a large chunk of the funding will replenish the paycheck protection program to help small businesses stay afloat it will also provide additional aid to hospitals and help expand testing for the corona virus this relief package is the fourth major bill passed by Congress to address the public health and economic crisis brought on by the pandemic the government's latest national report card gives unsatisfactory marks to the nation's eighth graders on US history geography and civics this at a time when the national conversation about the state of our democracy and standing in the world is dialed up the World Health Organization is at the center of the diplomatic dispute between the US and China over who's to blame for the public health crisis now engulfing this country and peers Emily Feng says the days after trump said he'd stop all U. S. funding to the W. H. O. China announced it would step up with an additional thirty million dollars Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying wrote on Twitter that quote supporting the W. H. O. is supporting multilateralism and global solidarity earlier this month president trump said he was holding U. S. funding for the global health body after trouble edge the W. H. O. ET China and covering up and mismanaging its initial epidemic this is NPR news from KCRW on cherry Glazer with this local news update LA mayor Eric Garcetti says corona virus tests will be available for all essential workers in the area starting today health care professionals grocery store workers first responders and critical government personnel can get a test even if you don't have symptoms the region is expected to have its first heat wave of the summer this weekend and temperatures in some spots could head into the nineties both the mayor and LA police chief Michael Moore are warning people to stay away from parks and beaches to slow the spread of covert nineteen Garcetti says the city will open cooling centers if needed several nearby counties have allowed some public spaces to remain open Garcia said he says he respects that some communities are different but an outbreak that happens in a neighboring county will affect us it'll come here Garcetti says the protest open up businesses don't factor into these decisions and that he's relying on science and the guidance of county health officials a federal judge says he will deny move by three southern California churches to hold in person church services during the pandemic as KCRW's Larry pearl reports the judge says the government's emergency powers are more important than what a normal times would be fundamental constitutional rights U. S. district judge cases per all in Los Angeles said yesterday he will reject the temporary restraining order the church's sought against governor Newsom and other officials they argued that the state to stay home orders violate the first amendment right to freedom of religion and assembling many churches have been holding online services and state officials said last week religious organizations can have drive in services so long as congregants don't have personal contact attorney Harmeet Dhillon is a California Republican Party official she says it's unfair for the state to allow people to go to the grocery store or pick up meals while blocking religious services but she said for many is just as essential she said the move might increase health risks by driving church course to attend secret services the lawsuit was filed by three churches in San Bernadino and riverside counties for KCRW I'm Larry Parral and one group that seems to be loving California stay at home orders the national and state parks in the state excuse me wild animals in national and state parks in the state they're reclaiming open spaces they normally share with hikers outdoor enthusiasts and tourists but it's a mixed bag for zoo animals creatures and critters at the Oakland zoo were reportedly dejected in board mount lines are lazing around in their habitat while monkeys sit idly in the trees LA times reports of visitors seem to provide the animals with a constant source of stimulation support for NPR comes from tire rack offering a tire decision guide.
"church course" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Baltimore every Sunday welcome to Catholic Baltimore George Madison digital editor for the archdiocese of Baltimore I guess today is father William Saunders author of a new book called celebrating a holy Catholic Easter a guide to the customs and devotions of land and the season of Christ's resurrection father Saunders is the founding pastor of Our Lady of pope Catholic Church in Potomac falls in the diocese of Arlington Virginia where he continues to serve here's our interview with father Saunders Alexander's walking the Catholic Baltimore thank you for having me it's great to have you and I had a chance to read a new book celebrating the holy Catholic Easter and it's just filled with so many nuggets of information about the various traditions of lent and Easter we just entered the Lenten season with Ash Wednesday so a lot of our listeners may be attuned to summon the Mardi Gras festivities have become popular in your book you talk about this period being known as the Shrovetide which is actually connected more to confession and penance and party and could you talk about that with the Shrovetide if well Shrovetide is just that good where we're trying to Shriver our son's first arrive ourselves from bad practices and things like that trove type is technically the week before went it was a way to prepare so often times the fasting periods when the regulations were very strict so this was a time to have your last big festival so they would use up all their meat and dairy products and things like that this is actually where we get the idea of Shrove Tuesday having pancakes many parishes do that that is to clean up the house in a way so that when that becomes a real time of penance and the focus that is on the prayer fasting in the alms giving and I think lent begins with Ash Wednesday and one one thing I don't understand many people notice over the years there on Ash Wednesday the churches are really packed even though it's not a holy day of obligation in the Catholic Church you still have coverage just locking in that setting why do you think that is why the dates are popular it's usually safe because we're giving away something for free ashes but I think people have a desire to begin again and that's what lent is the word itself even comes from the Anglo Saxon roots of spring went then so it's the idea of beginning again but what's important is not receiving the ashes it's about listening the meaning so when is that time where we take a good look at ourselves to do that good examination and try to do better so that we can rise again with full ward it Easter as a new person and where do we get the answers you talk about that in your book and we're doing our actions we get from the dried out poems from the previous Palm Sunday so at my church we do collect some bring people bring them in we do burn them and grind them down to make the ashes we then use fresh Wednesday so it's a good way of disposing of the old dried out palm branches to during that service internalization the ashes of a pipe in the forehead with witness symbolism behind that well of course the it's it's made in the side of a cross of the priest or deacon will impose the ashes making the sign of the cross of course the idea of the ashes is very biblical but it was always a sign in the Old Testament of repentance from sin and are seeking to change one's life as well as to heal hurts because bison the significance of the forehead is really because that's where our mind is our intellect we could say when we were baptized the priest made the sign of the cross on our foreheads a confirmation the bishop made the sign of the cross with holy chrism on our forehead so it's the idea of claiming us for Christ so in the prayers were reminded that one that we repent and believe in the gospel and we also remember we're dust to dust we shall return we are mortals here to serve our lord but with the hopes of sharing everlasting life in heaven in your book you describe beer and pretzels as being the official through the land and a lot of people might not be aware of that how did that come to be there crackles and beer became associated with one well the fun little sign again because in the old days are going back to the Middle Ages that because dairy products eggs and so on were excluded as part of the fast that they used water flour and salt make the special little ones and bread so so retreated in Italy's according to Snyder's of hope for Transylvania L. little monkey ball these into Wilson's strips and then criss cross them to make like form so if you can imagine picture crossing your arms on your chest over each other sort of like making an axe that would be like the principle and the three holes were to represent the holy Trinity so these became called little arms super cello is the Latin word for a little arm and then the German word was pretzel and somehow it got mutated into a pretzel so then it became more popular because the monks would distribute these to the poor especially also gives them to children who could recite their prayers in the fifteen hundreds there's a legend but when the Austria well the traditional should say when the Turks were trying to invade Austria the monks were ever dig in the basement of their monastery in the Turks were trying to dig a tunnel to get through the fortifications so they alerted the guards and so on they save the city and so the emperor actually gave the monks a coat of arms press one button and then eventually there's another story were among those stocks in the pretzels became hard baked and now we have our hard baked pretzels that's always been part of our little ones and tradition and then of course beer was a very good party drank it again because people were allowed to the Jerry products that it even other happy drinks one could say that they used beer which was good with carbohydrates and nutrients to sustain themselves the couple months happy so beer and pretzels because you mentioned that the traditional practices of mine are crafting an alms giving and compassion always has an element of played during lent Catholics are encouraged to go to confession during the Lenten season here in the archdiocese of Baltimore we have set aside March thirtieth as the days when characters can offer special hours for compassion and a lot of charities around the country are doing similar campaigns which invites would you have for someone who's been away from the sacraments for awhile right how should they think about coming back well I would say the first thing is don't be afraid I've had people during weather specially who may have been away from confessions for years even thirty years and I always tell them first of all it's so good that they are there to be a confession that's important the priest is there to help he is there to reconcile the center is there to give the spiritual guidance to help this person draw closer to our lord so that's the first thing not to be afraid secondly to really make a good examination of conscience too often times we can become superficial in our examination like I was impatient or things like that so that's good but we need to go deeper and also look at the missions what have I not done what good did I not do that I could have done we think especially in dealing with loved ones how did I neglect loved ones so we do that good examination and I would encourage people even if it means because of the length of time writing things down on a piece of paper course that would they keep that they would destroy it but to have that so they don't get too nervous to come in even with the format and that's even in my book here and I'm sure parishes provide the basic format for making a confession and then just pray to the Holy Spirit for that enlightenment and fortitude so that when the person goes into confession they'll do the best that they can to pour out their soul but then open their soul and receive the grace of god that's the key this is the sacrament and this isn't just a counseling session or anything like that this is the sacrament and the grace of god will rekindle the beautiful fire of his love that may have been doused with just sort of just been suffocated over so many years of neglect it's wonderful to see that and the priest again he's there to listen he's there to give good advice and to encourage but most importantly he represents Christ when he imparts those words of absolution Christ is doing that at all that soon is gone that's what's important and I always tell people especially those who have committed some serious sensor been away what's important is not so much what is been confessed but what happens now when you walk out the door how what kind of life do you leave now and so many people tell me that they feel so renewed and relieved and an overjoyed that they can come back to the church in that language model property you point out in your book this man isn't all gloom and doom as some people might think it happened when it went in he tells about two specialties during lent in Syria yes ones special feast is March nineteenth which is the solemnity of Saint Joseph the patron Saint for the universal church courses the foster father of our savior so that's a great day and we're free of all of our Lenten fasting or whatever we gave up it's a day to truly celebrate it in my book there's a little St Joseph's table prayer service this is a practice that originated in Italy sometime in the Middle Ages in Sicily they were having a a drought which was causing starvation of the imports Saint Joseph's help and a redundancy of rain came the crops were saved and so on they started the practice of having a St Joseph's table in my parish we will have special customers that night with the choir then downstairs we have a nice big table with the spread of things like no leas and pastries and all these kinds of things it's a way to celebrate and then same is true with March twenty fifth which is the feast of the Annunciation here again we're free of all of our Lenten penances and fast things and things like that it's interesting that in Sweden this is also known as waffle day because there's a but I'm not going to pronounce the Swedish right but our ladies day the sensation is called bar fruit Dagan and waffle is voxel Daken and somehow the combined the two but the tradition that you have waffles so.
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"They have a hole in it bridges the naked see so you gotta look at me god he didn't just shock us together we also specialize nobody helped me either you can go to have an opportunity to you know if I have to have to go through up put it like that some college of some magnitude life stamper there when that wonderful yeah that's what yeah don't let her fool you should get that wonderful smile but you know something to floor this is what I'm trying to get to you after two days one day okay Thursday came Friday came back is also for and Friday I keep that because but you can't do that ever doing like that how did you feel when it was your birthday and we're not just talking about a birthday cake and then I'll sell whatever else this service is he deserves it there's a lot of times and I'm not say a whole lot on vacations and all that I have to get one because of all is involved in something something else but I'm just saying do you have to say Christopher Columbus go yet because Chris first didn't know house not as the house of god and we all him I'm told that we could never take him throughout eternity that's why we're going to be in his presence for other yes because every time that works up on of the great price that he paid not in the spirit but enough I won't do it today but I could do it but I won't do it today because it's it's it's it's it's too dynamic as to what he had to anytime Jesus has to in order to cross you notice some kind of cross legged at and it wasn't that he didn't suffer he did suffer it wasn't that he didn't cry he did cry and when he looked out at those that he thought was his friends that hurt him even more yes some hurt that tears can't produce yeah you can express what you're really trying to say yeah so you have to grow up yeah that's what I do hello my journey a notice him via what it is but I don't care what it is because none of them didn't do it but every time that certain things happen watch what god do you give your grace if you grace about in this room best walking with god any length of time now that that you bring on yourself because you haven't made to hear that when god said the goal right nature tells you this time just go yeah and that's not god at all that's the devil the earth is the only place that the downfall recites yeah yeah that's why the Bible keeps enumerating for us when it comes to Jesus whether adulthood whether sacrifice whether Dave newborn baby come into the world as a sacrifice for sin no matter what it is concerning Jesus he's all ways number one and I thank god for that kind of wisdom they've got has demonstration not Jesus is god god was in Christ that's how he reconcile the brought the World Bank and to himself but say if you got to catch all if you had a birthday party you'd be looking for Sonny you had seen sunny in five years but when he opened the door to let this we church yes this they're doing god better don't take off from church just because there's some kind of thing going on at church people out there some of those stores you couldn't get in and those that have already been there they found out that they don't have some prices low discount prices over the next maybe for five days that's just a surprise that they couldn't get rid off so they don't get rid of it like that yes is not gonna be acquirers yes now don't be a part of the they also not gonna be in Bible study on the work you will learn about god and you don't even come to you here yes folks in here today they don't come about I was done I'm not complaining I know better than that the Bible not I'm trying to help us today the only way that you can walk over here watch this there is one way to god when your trials and so forth get overwhelmed that's god building you up because the more that he can deal you up in the faith to the saints walking around telling a certain scripture and so forth they say yeah that's over and this is a desktop and mark said no that's not after all he's done for us I've done a whole lot for this church course see you all don't know about you when the and I'm not looking for that on the hills I don't get it down here I will get it up there I'm just trying to help us today everybody done have the message I don't have the message when I say the message I'm not talk about independent preachy I'm talking about truth the only thing that can help me books is the truth and the truth only comes in the Bible as the word they came from the bottle for the man of god we owe him way more than what we've given yeah that we will I said way more what we our see full anything the most part and when it gets to be just a little some were not even out there yet take on this problem the other two you don't know who you're talking to hello yes I do that's what I'm talking to you none of us have anything when it came to even delivering our sales if if the blood but you won't even be sure yet for the whole world like Jesus did yes and will not pass but president generations there was nobody you know I mean.
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"Six seconds into the shooting two members of the church security team returned fire hitting the gunman dropping to the ground inside the church at least five other parishioners pulled out hand guns close to falling down one man takes away his gun and picks it up the church course and the gunmen were killed and one of those killed in this attack was a church deacon who are just handed out communion that according to a Dallas TV station remembering the horror of the Brookline a clinic shootings a quarter century later twenty five years ago today an anti abortion extremists went on a rampage at two Brookline clinics the man convicted of the killings committed suicide behind bars her father says young environmental activists Greta to Burke time magazine's person of the year is no newcomer to the cause more now from CBS's Vicky Barker's vontade tune Burr telling the baby seat fears for the planet sent his daughter into a deep depression for three or four years before she started her school environment strike she stopped talking she stopped going to school she was basically home free year as she needs to Hoff months which of course was the ultimate nightmare I suppose he says he switched to a vegan diet and his opera singer wife stopped flying not to save the planet he says but to save their daughter though he initially opposed her activism he says he's now more confident she has the resilience to live that life Vicki Barker CBS news London scientists and farmers in northern New England are working on a plan now to feed sea weed today cal's their goal they want to gauge whether altering the animal's diet can potentially help reduce their greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change about one quarter of the nothing produced in this country comes from cal's some earlier research has shown the potential of C. we feed to cut back on methane a new California law takes effect Wednesday new year's day meant to improve the living conditions for certain farm animals veal calves must be given forty three square feet hands must also be given more space Josh ball with the Humane Society calls barbaric the types of crates being used right now basically forced to live in a call center for roughly four years you know if if this was done to a doctor cab you be arrested for felony cruelty charges the national pork producers council and the American farm bureau federation have filed a legal challenge saying the law will heard small family farms a teenager from middle borough is lucky to be on injured after she was paid inside a sedan that was crushed by a pick up truck and a car wash in Taunton this happened yesterday afternoon I prestige car wash on Cape road according to police the pick up had apparently improperly put the driver side of mad back on the floor after vacuuming at which then because the gas pedal to get stuck when he put the truck in reverse that truck then went backwards at high speed across the parking lot and right into a bay where the sedan was being watched the owner of the sedan was on was able to get out of the way but the teenager was in the backseat when it was hit by the truck luckily neither of them suffered any injuries meanwhile police say the crash was a pure accident and the owner of the pick up truck will not be facing charges knows how long your commute will be tomorrow's weather day wasn't possible there's a place we can news first world easy Boston's news radio the deep little on how the W. was awakened one eighty menu began I had a bunch of my friends that went to it so page came to me and asked me if I wanted to do a menu at the obvious and I see you know page I would love to do a menu with obvious with awakens teachings but I need to go to the program before I do that well every week I lost weight the next week I lost more weight my body fat start to go down and down and down lost over thirty pounds my body fat is it eighteen my visuals at ten so that's why I'm doing and I it really helped me personally and I want to inspire people help people out kind of what I buy we've been doing my whole life and that's why I'm doing this what is hard is doing it on your own because it's a lot of pressure by yourself once you learn what you can do it's not that hard you know once you try something and you do well with it you become a believer right I think you can hear the passion in my voice that I believe in awaken one anyway lost so much and I really think you should do it and I'm telling it will change your life I know it's changed my life six locations or book online at a weekend what any weight loss dot com coming a little early this year to four ninety five Mazda stop.
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"Key church course and the gunmen were killed as correspondent mark is more a beloved high school teacher from Long Island was killed in a skiing accident of Amman over the weekend forty eight troll chastened by towel heated trees he was skiing on an intermediate slope Saturday afternoon at Vermont's Killington resort died on the way to a hospital suffering a heart attack the channel was a science teacher at the metal high school grief counselors will be at the school wants to return from the winter break he leaves behind a wife and young daughter small plane route to the Westchester county airport crashed in Maryland yesterday just missing a two family home a terrifying scene unfolding in Maryland a plane slamming into a house this small plane crashing minutes after taking off from college park airport killing the pilot authorities say no one was inside the home at the time as correspondent more close around the the pilot now identified is sixty one year old Gordon Alan from the Bronx the new year will start off with toll increases for drivers using poor thwarted crossings that means the Lincoln and Holland tunnels and the George Washington bridge go from fifteen to sixteen dollars of you paying cash starting January the fifth EZ pass discount for peak hours will go up to thirteen dollars and seventy five cents there's a discount for it four thirty says it needs the money for road improvements and capital work new year also gonna bring in some new laws around the country and about a look at those from correspond Brian Clark lecture cars means states are taking in less revenue from gasoline taxes so eight states are either in acting or raising fees for electric vehicle owners twenty one states will boost their minimum wage Illinois becomes the eleven state to legalize recreational marijuana for.
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"Is sponsored by lows pros do it right by shopping at Lowe's to save on the supplies they need most from the brands they trust to get the job done you would write for less start with lows Danny Sullivan KTAR news mostly cloudy today and at times tomorrow as a storm passes to our southwest the high reaches fifty eight today with a low forty five tonight then sixty three for a high on new year's eve with partly cloudy skies and a high of sixty one for new year's day I'm a B. C. fifteen meteorologist iris Emma seal it is seven thirty to forty one degrees in mesa the search for why a man opened fire during Sunday service in the Dallas fort worth area church continues this morning ABC's Marcus Morris more from white settlement Texas live stream video captures the moment a gunman wearing a dark hoodie emerges from a back pew drawing is gone and firing inside this Texas church during Sunday morning service six seconds into the shooting two members of the church security team returned fire hitting the government dropping to the ground inside the church at least five other parishioners pulled out hand guns close to falling down one man kicks away his gun and picks it up to church course and the gunmen were killed the suitors described as having local routes but is being relatively transient he appeared to be wearing a fake beard and a wig the man suspected of stabbing five people are rabbis Hanukkah celebration in New York has entered an initial plea after this weekend's attack a B. C. Stephanie Rameau's as more appearing in court in a white plastic jumpsuit the suspect is now charged with five counts of attempted murder overnight Thomas's family releasing a statement saying Grafton Thomas has a long history of mental illness and hospitalizations he has no history of violent acts and no convictions for any crime he has no no history of anti semitism new York's governor is calling it an act of domestic terrorism it was a great start to winter in the Arizona high country with flagstaff getting almost twenty inches of snow last week negative or the National Weather Service says this is very welcome after five seven the driest month soon they've ever seen precipitation especially you know not coming all at once coming with multiple storm systems it's been active over the last month like samples that forty four inches of snow this fall and winter that's about two feet above normal Katie a our eyes on the economy valley economist daily politics is the odds of a recession and twenty twenty have been severely reduced the trade war with China seems to be getting resolved and this progress on the U..
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