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"monsignor richie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"monsignor richie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"That first candle last night, I will be lighting the sixth candle coming up on Tuesday night, Of course, Hanukkah eight Crazy Nights. I'll be lighting the sixth Candle on Tuesday night with our owner and dear friend John Katzman. TT's That big mineral on on Fifth Avenue and, well, this was a little embarrassing last night. So we like them in Nora, Bernie and Pete Morgan. Here in studio with us. The great friend from Peerless Boilers, Speed, Morgan. We liked him in order last night in the Rosenberg household. Me, Danielle. Even Gabriel, The four of us stand there. We gotta Yama Kazon. We do our three prayers. We light the Schamus and then we light the first candle. It looks beautiful. There's a picture on my instagram page. Sid Rosenberg, my Twitter page Sid Rosenberg, Pete nodding his head. My Facebook page said Rosenberg off the candles. Can I ask you this? That women where ya Macca's? No, No, no. Yeah, OK. I mean, the Orthodox woman do wear something on their head, but not not there. But you and you and Gaby worthy. Yeah, we were the youngest. Right. So we put the We liked him A Nora. It was very, very Nice, Nice, traditional Jewish night in the Rosenberg household as Bill O'Reilly's Christmas basket stood about 5 ft. Away. Thank you, Bill That was gorgeous. And then I put the pictures up and I go inside and start watching TV and I start getting bombarded with messages. That message is Bernie that were happy Hanukkah to you guys to love you. I got some of those, but no, The message went like this. Hey, Hebrew School Dropout. You're supposed to light the candles. From right to left. Not left to right. I swear to God you screwed it up. I screwed it up. But but On guy actually started to sing last night. The Great Frankie Avalon from the movie Grease Hebrew School Dropout. No graduation day for you. Hebrew School dropout, missed your two mog. Well, cool much, So I put this something together. Go look, The thing is in the window. So what's outside? So if you're in the street, and you're looking at my minority in my window, then it's the opposite direction. Just for a second me to say you live like on the 25th floor, something 14 4. Okay, They're looking at six men or in the window. You may be sitting on top of a drone or something. Maybe write or something of your building. It is the sentiment that counts. You have Nora in the window. That's all about him. I do have a Medusa on the door. You know, I don't know if we have the muscles on the door. That's a very good question. I don't think we do know that you said no. Just just trying to make it even worse. See what level you're Jewish credit. I had had great credit. Until I did that last night. But again, it was my cousin Scott. Obvious. As Pete Morgan shows the picture the candles. We did it wrong so often. That is terrible, Josh or get down. I mean, I got bombarded with folks. Anyway, that is like the flag of putting the you know the stars on the right side of the flag. For example, if you made a flag right, as opposed to the left side with, you know the stars and stripes. It came to that kind of the same spirit. Yes, And it's ah, It's not a good sign. Not a good sign. No, maybe better convert to Catholicism. No, no, no, I'm very happy the way I am. Although I am going back for a tour now. I went to Mass at ST Patrick's Cathedral last Wednesday. Now coming up this Wednesday, the Monsignor Richie and Bobbi, who works at the church for about 40 years, it's actually taking me on a tour behind the scenes. Of ST Patrick's Cathedral. Ah, one hour one on one tour. What do you realize that the all the ex cardinals from the Cardinals in the New York Archdiocese all those cardinals? Not like Bob Gibson or stand usually the Cardinal O'Connor, for example? Yes. He's buried beneath. Yes, ST Patrick's Day, they're going to show me all that stuff is pretty cool, right? That is very cool. Right? So I got that. And then I put the menorah in the wrong direction. Don't hike in is going to join us at eight o'clock this morning, but on talk about the significance off Hanukkah what the miracle means. And, of course, the Trump supporters out there, which I am I have to remind you morons every morning. I'm a trump supporter. But some of you folks, they're still holding out for this miracle. And with Hanako, Of course, a miracle holiday. Don't hiking is going to come out of eight o'clock and talk about both the holiday and what kind of miracle Trump is going to need to overturn this election. But we're covering every story today. Bernie with gas starting at 6 40 with one of our all time favorites, New York Post columnist Miranda Divine. And she, of course broke the story about Hunter Biden many many weeks ago wrote about it again yesterday, and that story's got plenty of legs. Plenty of legs. I mean, is it exposed the media in the worst way, but media big tech and that the system the whole system was rigged that the election was rigged before November, 3rd. It was completely and totally rigged. A ZAY mentioned yesterday and I think you cited a polar too. That 17% of bide voters surveyed in seven swing states..

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"monsignor richie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"monsignor richie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To three every day on this station. So it's talking with Bernie last week, and I mention the fact that a week ago today we could go today. In the spirit of Christmas. As we continue to play these beautiful Christmas songs. I went to the 12 O'clock Mass. Saint Patrick's Cathedral, where very sweet. It was very nice. Very nice Way had the discussion about the dog in the Nativity scene and the monsignor at ST Patrick's Cathedral, Monsignor Richie, he's gonna come in next Tuesday. Yes, I'm looking forward to that. That's gonna be great. He's gonna bless him and pray for all of us, especially Jed. And so he'll be here on Tuesday. So all I said was, I went to church. I'm Jewish. It's clear. I'm Jewish and a proud you, but I've been to midnight Mass. I want to charge last week. I think it's nice to see how other people do their thing. But you say it's clear that you're Jewish. But You're going to play a role on TV as an Italian. That's true. That is true of an Italian. In fact, it's funny. You mention that our friend William de Mayo went to Miami yesterday to scout out all the locations where we're gonna be shooting next month. Me and dice for that show. Gravesend and Italians are Catholics. That's true. So I was actually preparing for my movie role by going to ST Patrick's Your whole life. You're prepared for this movie wrong. You're right. I've always wanted to be Italian, but make a long story short, So Curtis, he always takes it to the next level. Curtis So I go to church and all of a sudden I want to be Catholic. He is Curtis and Juliet From a couple days ago, I heard shocking news This morning, Sid Rosenberg went toe a full mass at ST Patrick's Cathedral. He is considering converting and that would mean a reverse bris. I don't know how you do that was so inspired by the Mass that he's Yeah, and not only that. Not only was he telling about that about catching too well, no, I'll be complaining. Felling is like a crazy God. He's bringing the archbishop on the air and let's face it Burn on McGurk, legitimate Catholic Irish cat. He's saying you really wanted to this. You want to convert. From being a Jew to CAF, because you know Catholics always trying to convert. Think if we can convert it you that's like pearl diving. We go straight through the pearly gates. We go right to heaven, so they do this little bit. First of all, it's the monsignor, not the archbishop, who are the real Catholic here, but they do this little bit on the air, and I swear to you, Bernie, I swear to you between Twitter at Sid Rosenberg Facebook, said Rosenberg. Instagram at Sid Rosenberg. I must have 100 people sending messages going. Oh, my God. You really converting? I've got rabbis that it's saying What are you doing? It was well, you're right there with dove hiking that every big Jewish Riley, What are you doing was Let me just say this. You're dipping your toe. You want dipping your tongue a little bit first. It was the televangelist that guy and on Sunday morning I love him. Hope God! Hello, Steve. That was him, and now you're praying and ST Patrick's Cathedral. And inviting. You know the clergy into the studio? I would be suspect, too, if I was, Oh, my God. When you put it like that, Rabbi, you know you're right when you line up all these other things that I dont you hold it the whole Italian thing, right? And then I did yell and scream with the Jews for spreading the mumps and the measles and having 7000 people at a wedding and funeral, right? Maybe maybe Curtis is out. There's something I don't know. We'll find out. But I'm a serious note. I'm a proud you. Don't you worry. I love my religion. I love my people. But I am interested to see how the going on live from Dr. Very nice. Well, listen, you can spread yourself around. You know, you can take your chances with one or both. You take chances, right? You've been to show you've been to bomb it was you've gone to temple have right. Okay, so, but that was for a specific reason for the ceremony and somebody's getting bored. Mr Gore or somebody's getting married on funeral something you would never go to a temple on the high Holy day just to see what we're doing, You know, not for laughs or anything like that. No, that's what you did the other day. No, not for laughs. That was that was very solid just went. I mean, that that is a little little odd, but the God bless. Well, welcome to the fold. It's gonna get worse today, Curtis I'm going back again today. Yes, I am. I've decided everyone's them going to the noon Mass at ST Patrick's Cathedral. It's very spiritually no matter what to nominate whatever religion you are beautiful. They sang song, and the structure itself was gorgeous. It really is. That's where I graduated from high school. We had my summer room. My ceremony was there at the same passion is so cool. Yeah. Because I got my degree. They handed me my degree. So you obviously you didn't hold it against your church and the priest? What happened to you? When you were an altar boy? You moved on from his Hello. We'll take a short break with backward into this You condone depends on us and Abel. There's 77. W ABC. Alexis skill at home. Download this 77 w A b c mobile app on your phone. Don't miss a minute Talk radio 77 w A. B. C W A B C traffic.

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"monsignor richie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"monsignor richie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Best attempts by the mayor and governor, I still contend this is the greatest city in the world. Especially this time of year. So love that song. I did mention earlier that Monsignor Richie From ST Patrick's Cathedral will be on the show. Tomorrow. I mentioned the fact I was there last Wednesday and went to Mass loved it, but couldn't understand why there was a dog in the Nativity scene, and I came to find actually through Matt, right. Somebody called you Said the monsignor, most recently lost his dog died of something like his dog recently passed away and it was paying homage to him. Right. So the dog is in the Nativity scene anyway. Long story short one of the guys that works at the cathedral. His name is Bobby. He's a huge fan of Bernie and said he was this thing he said, Listen, the monsignor wants to come on. We love the show. And he's wanting to take a walk to the studios from the cathedral on Tuesday morning, and in person, Yes. Check that out. He's gonna bless us. We made it, bro. We made it big Monsignor Richie live in studio tomorrow. Ask him if he can bring the carnal with Cardinal Dolan. I'll ask him but we don't need card. No telephone because we've got The cardinal himself. Not. You don't know. Don't even don't. I don't want to scare Monsignor Richie away. You have to do that. You have to say at least But Jesus is some Jesus. Two legged pimply. What the hell you looking at? Move along. He'll love that. He probably knows it already. He's a fan of the show. We must know your brilliance from I miss talking about brilliance, but brilliant a lot of them over there. That was the last bit they ever did. I miss that Was it in terms of regular bits, you know, which happened and especially the very end of Dan's career. He was asking you to write when just about every every day. It was It was great. That was good was always funny. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you very much. Your genius. It doesn't belong in a way, Which one? I don't have one ready for you. Alrighty, Andrew Cuomo, Bill de Blasio and the football Giants. There are losers. No, not the Giants. Well, not right now. Not right now. Fact you know what I was going to start today's show with 6 A.m. with a piece from FDR. Very famous speech he made December against December 8th. About 1941 79 years ago, the day after Pearl Harbor, But I was like, Wait a second. It's Monday morning. We're playing Christmas music. There are people that are depressed enough. I can't start even though the speech was up within an amazing by FDR. Maybe the best thing you ever did. I can't start with that. We eventually did get to that, though, which is today does mark the 79 year commemoration? Pearl Harbor, which the generation before US contends is the worst thing in this country's history. People our age tend to go to 9 11. It's close. It's well, Yeah, but I would even say it's two generations. I mean, there's only about 10 or maybe 10 plus Survivors of the Pearl Harbor bombing. Yes. Oh, but it was, yes, the second worst day because we lost more. In terms of numbers, people. We lost more people. And of course, we had subsequent wars after what happened down here was was terrified was actually on American New York City. Right? Well, right. I mean, that was still American soil to Hawaii. But you're right. It wasn't just New York City was not not at the time of the time. You're right, and there were three different spots to the Pentagon. In D. C. Shanksville, Pennsylvania, So it wasn't even just New York City. It was three of our cities and in some major states, but I mean, in terms of it's not even worth debating when you think about it, because in terms of lives lost, we lost 3000 that day, so that then you have the war, the war dead, But we probably would have entered the war sooner or later anyway, regardless of the sneak attack. By the Japanese on that day. That was 79 years ago today, so I either way there was one guy who was very, very happy. Very happy about that particular bombing. He was an ally of ours. Was extreme is ecstatic that the Japanese there what they did. His name is Winston Churchill. Yeah, Yeah, he was like, Yeah, This is great. Now, Finally, the Americans going to join the war, they way have some help. Yeah, it took some time. But eventually we we jumped in and Certainly made a lot of heroes during that war Americans and obviously the one scene that every American remembers, and part of it is because of the movie since movies like Saving Private Ryan is when we stormed the beaches of Normandy and hold and of course it was Hitler. And all his infinite wisdom who declared war on us right after Pearl Harbor. Not a good move didn't work out for everyone. So we could have started with that. But you mentioned well actually brought up the three different choices. The Blasio Form over the Giants, and you said there will losers and then you obviously amended that and said, not the Giants. Not right now. Not after yesterday in Seattle,.

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"monsignor richie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"monsignor richie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I did tell you last week. I went to Mass at ST Patrick's Cathedral on Wednesday and had a wonderful time and I was confused by the dog dancing. You know what I mean? A wonderful time. It was beautiful, bro. I just sat there looked up at that ceiling. Watch the father go through Mass to music. What a wonderful wonderful is the proper adjective really? Yeah, it was solemn. It was spiritual. It was wasn't solemn. It was It was all inspiring Born spy ring. It was wonderful. I walked out so great. I would throw the comment. OK s o. But I told you I couldn't understand why the dog was in the Nativity scene. And then somebody called and said, Well, the monsignor, anyway Long story short. Somebody who works at the cathedral contacted me on Saturday. It's name is Bobby and he said Monsignor Richie wants to come on this show tomorrow and explain to us Why the dog is in the Nativity scene and also spread Christmas cheer. So I said, Absolutely so month. Signor Ricci from ST Patrick's Cathedral will join us in studio tomorrow really do the lottery numbers. It's my question. That's funny. Look, people are gonna think we're serious. That was Bing Crosby at the top. And by the way, going back to the last segment, it was Elvis Presley did do Blue suede shoes. I was thinking of Chuck Berry Oh, Chuck Berry, Chuck Berry, I thought did blues. He said. Whatever he did something else John reminds. I can't help falling in love, No particular place to go. Right, right. Great of the songs. And he did time in prison for sleeping with a 14 year old girl. Just f Y I he did. Jerry Lee Lewis. Jerry, I don't know if Jerry Lee Lewis did any time for it. He didn't Chuck. Very definitely. Chuck Berry did write it off. It's Chuck Berry. But he could He get down on the ground. Do that duck walk with the guitar? I just remember all this from I miss, you know, because otherwise I'd be completely in the dark. We talked earlier tonight and then we salute our veterans. The 79th anniversary of Pearl Harbor the day the Germans bombed Hawaii. And again, people are gonna think we're serious. It was, of course, the Japanese. We know that yes. And yesterday all eyes all weekend long. We're on Georgia and the debate was last night between this this really radical leftist, as she said a million times. Raphael Warnock against the current senator, the incumbent who was appointed by the governor, Camp Kelly, a Leffler, But just listen again. You talk about media bias. It was a very civil affair. She came all other. Did you see it? I just saw the highlights. She was She came off his. Ah, bitte, bitte Robotic hey, was just he seemed like a lightweight and but it was very, very civil. I mean, they did not interrupt each other and for the most part The moderators kept out of it. Towards the end, they started to gang up on her, but just to give you an idea of their bias, the opening question to her and then the opening question to him the one to her first a center left there. Thanks for joining us. President. Trump opened his election rally last night by falsely claiming he won Georgia. He didn't according to certified state election results. He lost the state by about 12,000 votes. Do you stand by his narrative that the election was rigged and you support his demand that governor camp to call a special session to seek to overturn those results? And that was to her a tough question. You know, whatever, Eve and this was the first question to Warnock Doctor, we're not good evening. Good evening. As a pastor, there are those who are a little uncomfortable with someone switching from the pulpit to the Senate floor in Washington. If elected, How will you navigate the U. S Constitution, edict separating church and state. Come on, Give me a break. It started separating so I mean, that's like you talked about Ah Beach Ball of a question, So that's kind of the way it went. She was good. I don't know. Look what they have up their sleeves. They January 5th run off, they will still have in place the same fraudulent election practices. That they had on Election Day, November 3rd. So you say that I saw this guy Brian strolling on which Chuck Todd yesterday and he works voter registration in Georgia, and he voted for Trump, he said. I voted for Trump, but he's disgusted with the way the president has acted now they're getting death threats. Folks in the election offices, young people, women married people literally getting death threats every day from Trump supporters. Who was saying overturn this thing we're going to kill you and Chuck Todd keeps saying Well, now, are you upset that you voted for Trump? He said, No, I'm not upset he goes. I'd like to see the President act differently at the stupid death threats. The real violence comes from the left The reason why they boarded up the stores here. Manhattan was because of Biden supporters they were worried about. They weren't worried about Trump supporters, Trump supporters. You may get the odd death threat to something that nobody ever follows through some whack job in his mother's basement, But the real violent people are the Biden supporters, so I don't care The virtues think I voted for Trump, but I don't want to hear that garbage about young. They're worried about violence from Trump supporters That never happens. Trump the Trump side never engages any violence. It's always peaceful. We saw the march a couple of weeks ago, There's gonna be another one. I believe this Saturday, and it's always always peaceful. Now, let's see. None of that. We talked about Nicola Malley attack his earlier in Staten Island. She was on one of the new shows over the weekend and stressed, emphasized the importance of this election. Listen to her. Anyone who is concerned to just look at my state, the state of New York we had Republican Senate in a state house. Up until two years ago, We were able to successfully stop bad policies from becoming law up until then. Since then, they've passed radical policies Free College for illegal Immigrants Sanctuary State policy Ah, bail reform law that is released thousands who committed thousands.

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"monsignor richie" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"monsignor richie" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"This week Jewish families around the world who would normally spend Passover together gathered around computer screens instead to take part in virtual cedar's some call them zoom overs at the end of the meal when you'd normally say next year in Jerusalem people said next year in person later this month Muslims will start Ramadan and of course this is Easter weekend ABC news producer Dana Schafer talk with both religious leaders and business owners about how celebrating this year is unlike any other with Easter sneaking up on so many of us Sunday and as one of the first holidays fully taken over by this new way of life a big question is how will we celebrate when so many things have changed for the things I think people will realize how much they missed physically being present at the mass Monsignor Richie from St Patrick's cathedral in New York City has never experienced an event like this before the cathedral only closing one other time during its one hundred forty year service to the community they're only a couple of people present we have an organist and singer and the priest himself or in this case the cardinal cardinal and a couple of other priest with a feature that would have echoed with over a thousand voices filling the holy place with song and prayer now will be filled with just a handful of priests streaming over the internet live streaming or masses for at least ten years so this is nothing new we do it every single day during the crisis obviously we can't have people in the church the way worshippers celebrate Easter will be different this year due to cove in nineteen a virtual Palm Sunday celebrated recently gives a preview of what Easter Sunday is predicted to be like as it turns out that thousands of people are watching and connecting on the live stream so that we've got we're having a good effect on a lot of people throughout the country staying connected may be difficult and the distance tough to process I think holidays are going to be very different even our family itself would normally go to church on Sunday morning as a family and then go to a nice Easter dinner afterwards and celebrate the end of our busy holiday season we are not gonna be able to do that this.

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"monsignor richie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"monsignor richie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"P. K. this week Jewish families around the world who would normally spend Passover together gathered around computer screens instead to take part in virtual cedar's some call them zoom overs at the end of the meal when you'd normally say next year in Jerusalem people said next year in person later this month Muslims will start Ramadan and of course this is Easter weekend ABC news producer Dana Schafer talk with both religious leaders and business owners about how celebrating this year is unlike any other with Easter sneaking up on so many of us Sunday and as one of the first holidays fully taken over by this new way of life a big question is how we celebrate when so many things have changed for the things I think people will realize how much they missed physically being present at the mass Monsignor Richie from St Patrick's cathedral in New York City has never experienced an event like this before the cathedral only closing one other time during its one hundred forty year service to the community they're only a couple of people present we have an organist and singer and the priest himself or in this case the cardinal cardinal and a couple of other priests with the cathedral that would have echoed with over a thousand voices filling the holy place with song and prayer now will be filled with just a handful of priests streaming over the internet live streaming or masses for at least ten years so this is nothing new we do it every single day during the crisis obviously we can't have control in the church the way worshippers celebrate Easter will be different this year due to cove in nineteen a virtual Palm Sunday celebrated recently gives a preview of what Easter Sunday is predicted to be like as it turns out that thousands of people are watching and connecting on the live stream so that we've got we're having a good effect on a lot of people throughout the country staying connected may be difficult and the distance tough to process I think holidays are going to be very different even our family itself would normally go to church on Sunday morning as a family and then go to a nice Easter dinner afterwards and celebrate the end of our busy holiday season we are not gonna be able to do that this.

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"monsignor richie" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"monsignor richie" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Sneaking up on so many of us Sunday and as one of the first holidays fully taken over by this new way of life a big question is how we celebrate when so many things have changed for the things I think people will realize how much they missed physically being present at the mass Monsignor Richie from St Patrick's cathedral in New York City has never experienced an event like this before the cathedral only closing one other time during its one hundred forty years service to the community they're only a couple of people present we have an organist and singer and the priest himself or in the case the cardinal cardinal and a couple of other priest with a feature that would have echoed with over a thousand voices filling the holy place with song and prayer now will be filled with just a handful of priests streaming over the internet we've been live streaming or masses for at least ten years so this is nothing new we do it every single day during the crisis obviously we can't have control in the church the way worshippers celebrate Easter will be different this year due to cove in nineteen a virtual Palm Sunday celebrated recently gives a preview of what Easter Sunday is predicted to be like as it turns out that thousands of people are watching and connecting on the live stream so that we were having a good effect on a lot of people throughout the country staying connected may be difficult and the distance tough to process I think holidays are going to be very different even our family itself would normally go to church on Sunday morning as a family and then go to a nice Easter dinner afterwards and celebrate the end of our busy holiday season we are not gonna be able to do that this.

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"monsignor richie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"monsignor richie" Discussed on KOMO

"Sneaking up on so many of us Sunday and as one of the first holidays fully taken over by this new way of life a big question is how we celebrate when so many things have changed for the things I think people realize how much they missed physically being present at the mass Monsignor Richie from St Patrick's cathedral in New York City has never experienced an event like this before the cathedral only closing one other time during its one hundred forty year service to the community they're only a couple of people presents it we have an organist and singer and the priest himself or in this case the cardinal cardinal and a couple of other priests with the cathedral that would have echoed with over a thousand voices filling the holy place with song and prayer now will be filled with just a handful of priests streaming over the internet live streaming or masses for at least ten years so this is nothing new we do it every single day during the crisis obviously we can't have people in the church the way worshippers celebrate Easter will be different this year due to cove in nineteen a virtual Palm Sunday celebrated recently gives a preview of what Easter Sunday is predicted to be like as it turns out that thousands of people are watching and connecting on the live stream so that we were having a good day affect on a lot of people throughout the country staying connected may be difficult and the distance tough to process I think holidays are going to be very different even our family it's a alf would normally go to church on Sunday morning as a family and then go to a nice Easter dinner afterwards and celebrate the end of our busy holiday season we are not gonna be able to do that this.

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"monsignor richie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"monsignor richie" Discussed on KOMO

"Thousand FM ninety seven seven this week Jewish families around the world who would normally spend Passover together gathered around computer screens instead to take part in virtual cedar's some call them zoom overs at the end of the meal when you'd normally say next year in Jerusalem people said next year in person later this month Muslims will start Ramadan and of course this is Easter weekend ABC news producer Dana Schafer talk with both religious leaders and business owners about how celebrating this year is unlike any other with Easter sneaking up on so many of us Sunday and as one of the first holidays fully taken over by this new way of life a big question is how we celebrate when so many things have changed for the things I think people will realize how much they missed physically being present at the mass Monsignor Richie from St Patrick's cathedral in New York City has never experienced an event like this before the cathedral only closing one other time during its one hundred forty years service to the community they're only a couple of people present we have an organist and singer and the priest himself or in this case the cardinal cardinal and a couple of other priest with the cathedral that would have echoed with over a thousand voices filling the holy place with song and prayer now will be filled with just a handful of priests streaming over the internet live streaming or masses for at least ten years so this is nothing new we do it every single day during the crisis obviously we can't have people in the church the way worshippers celebrate Easter will be different this year due to cove in nineteen a virtual Palm Sunday celebrated recently gives a preview of what Easter Sunday is predicted to be like as it turns out that thousands of people are watching and connecting on the live stream so that we were having a good effect on a lot of people throughout the country staying connected may be difficult and the distance tough to process I think holidays are going to be very different even our family it's self would normally go to church on Sunday morning as a family and then go to a nice Easter dinner afterwards and celebrate the end of our busy holiday season we are not gonna be able to do that this.

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"monsignor richie" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"monsignor richie" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"This week Jewish families around the world who would normally spend Passover together gathered around computer screens instead to take part in virtual cedar's some call them zoom overs at the end of the meal when you'd normally say next year in Jerusalem people said next year in percent later this month Muslims will start Ramadan and of course this is Easter weekend ABC news producer Dana Schafer talk with both religious leaders and business owners about how celebrating this year is unlike any other with Easter sneaking up on so many of us Sunday and as one of the first holidays fully taken over by this new way of life a big question is how we celebrate when so many things have changed for the things I think people realize how much they missed physically being present at the mass Monsignor Richie from St Patrick's cathedral in New York City has never experienced an event like this before the cathedral only closing one other time during its one hundred forty year service to the community they're only a couple of people present we have an organist and singer and the priest himself or in this case the cardinal cardinal and a couple of other priests with the cathedral that would have echoed with over a thousand voices filling the holy place with song and prayer now will be filled with just a handful of priests streaming over the internet live streaming or masses for at least ten years so this is nothing new we do it every single day during the crisis obviously we can't have the limit search the way worshippers celebrate Easter will be different this year due to cove in nineteen a virtual Palm Sunday celebrated recently gives a preview of what Easter Sunday is predicted to be like as it turns out that thousands of people are watching and connecting on the live stream so that we were having a good effect on a lot of people throughout the country staying connected may be difficult and the distance tough to process I think holidays are going to be very different even our family itself would normally go to church on Sunday morning as a family and then go to a nice Easter dinner afterwards and celebrate the end.

virtual cedar Monsignor Richie New York City Jerusalem ABC producer Dana Schafer
"monsignor richie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"monsignor richie" Discussed on KOMO

"Seven seven this week Jewish families around the world who would normally spend Passover together gathered around computer screens instead to take part in virtual cedar's some call them zoom overs at the end of the meal when you'd normally say next year in Jerusalem people said next year in person later this month Muslims will start Ramadan and of course this is Easter weekend ABC news producer Dana Schafer talk with both religious leaders and business owners about how celebrating this year is unlike any other with Easter sneaking up on so many of us Sunday and as one of the first holidays fully taken over by this new way of life a big question is how we celebrate when so many things have changed for the things I think people will realize how much they missed physically being present at the mass Monsignor Richie from St Patrick's cathedral in New York City has never experienced an event like this before the cathedral only closing one other time during its one hundred forty year service to the community they're only a couple of people presents it we have an organist and singer and the priest himself or in the case the cardinal cardinal and a couple of other priest with a feature that would have echoed with over a thousand voices filling the holy place with song and prayer now will be filled with just a handful of priests streaming over the internet live streaming or masses for at least ten years so this is nothing new we do it every single day during the crisis obviously we can't have people in the church the way worshippers celebrate Easter will be different this year due to cove in nineteen a virtual Palm Sunday celebrated recently gives a preview of what Easter Sunday is predicted to be like as it turns out that thousands of people are watching and connecting on the live stream so that we were having a good effect on a lot of people throughout the country staying connected may be difficult and the distance tough to process I think holidays are going to be very different even our family it's self would normally go to church on Sunday morning as a family and then go to a nice Easter dinner afterwards and celebrate the end of our busy holiday season we are not gonna be able to do that this.

virtual cedar Monsignor Richie New York City Jerusalem ABC producer Dana Schafer
"monsignor richie" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"monsignor richie" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This week Jewish families around the world who would normally spend Passover together gathered around computer screens instead to take part in virtual cedar's some call them zoom overs at the end of the meal when you'd normally say next year in Jerusalem people said next year in person later this month Muslims will start Ramadan and of course this is Easter weekend ABC news producer Dana Schafer talk with both religious leaders and business owners about how celebrating this year is unlike any other with Easter sneaking up on so many of us Sunday and as one of the first holidays fully taken over by this new way of life a big question is how we celebrate when so many things have changed for the things I think people will realize how much they missed physically being present at the mass Monsignor Richie from St Patrick's cathedral in New York City has never experienced an event like this before the cathedral only closing one other time during its one hundred forty years service to the community they're only a couple of people present we have an organist and singer and the priest himself or in the case the cardinal cardinal and a couple of other priest with a feature that would have echoed with over a thousand voices filling the holy place with song and prayer now will be filled with just a handful of priests streaming over the internet we've been live streaming or masses for at least ten years so this is nothing new we do it every single day during the crisis obviously we can't have people in the church the way worshippers celebrate Easter will be different this year due to cove in nineteen a virtual Palm Sunday celebrated recently gives a preview of what Easter Sunday is predicted to be like as it turns out that thousands of people are watching and connecting on the live stream so that we were having a good effect on a lot of people throughout the country staying connected may be difficult and the distance tough to process I think holidays are going to be very print even our family itself would normally go to church on Sunday morning as a family and then go to a nice Easter dinner afterwards and celebrate the end of our busy holiday season we are not gonna be able to do that this.

virtual cedar Monsignor Richie New York City Jerusalem ABC producer Dana Schafer