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How Do Researchers Preserve Smells?
"Pardon me fragrances your book wearing researchers at university. College London suggests that the knows knows get it in an extensive study of smells heritage and Historic Paper published in the Journal Heritage Science. The authors argue the importance of documenting and preserving smells, but why the researchers realized that visitors at Saint Paul's Cathedral Dean and Chapter Library in London frequently comment on the aroma of the space, saying they feel like they can smell history now. Thanks to our LIMBIC system odors can make us pretty emotional especially when they evoked memories, sense affect how we experience different cultures and places and help us gain more insight into. Into and engage more deeply with the past since smells are a part of our cultural heritage, the researchers posit they have historical value and deserve to be identified analyzed and archived using chemical analysis and sensory descriptions. The study authors said about figuring out a way for scientists and historians to do so. In one experiment, the researchers asked visitors at the historic library to characterize the odors. They smelled more than seventy percent of respondents considered the library smell as pleasant. All visitors thought it smelled woody. While eighty six percent noticed a smoky aroma, earthy was seventy one percent and vanilla. At forty one percent were also descriptors. Visitors chose often. Responses ranged from musty, pungent and floral to rancid In another experiment, the study authors analyzed the responses of seventy-nine visitors to the Birmingham. Museum and Art Gallery in the United Kingdom to the smell of a historic broke from a second hand bookstore to capture the book smell. A piece of sterile GAAS was soaked in five milliliters or point one seven ounces of an. An extract of the book odor and placed in an unlabeled metal canister, screwed shut to prevent visitors from peaking the top three responses when the visitors were prompted to describe the smell, chocolate, coffee and old, the team even analyzed the volatile organic compounds also known as VOC's in the book and in the library. Most odors are composed of VOC's or chemicals that evaporated. Evaporated low temperatures. VOC's are often associated with certain smell types like acetic acid with sour, for instance, using the data from the chemical analysis and visitors smell descriptions. The researchers created the historic book odor. We'll to document and archive the historic library smell main categories such as sweet or spicy fill the inner circle of the wheel descriptors such as caramel or biscuits fill the. The middle and the chemical compounds likely to be the SMELLY source like Firfer all fill the outer circle. The researchers want the book odor wheel to be an interdisciplinary tool that untrained noses can use to identify smells and the compounds causing them, which could address conservatives concerns about material, composition and degradation inform artifact, paper, conservation decisions and benefit all the factory museum experiences.
Nantes: Arson suspected in fire at Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul cathedral
"Firefighters in the western French city of non sir battling a fire at the 15th century ST Peter and ST Paul Cathedral. The cause of the fire is not clear. But French officials have launched an arson investigation. Fire sent black smoke into the air and blew out staying glass windows just over a year ago, a massive fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris It's all right. It's roof and main spire.
"paul cathedral" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"King delivered his I have a dream speech, John Lewis also spoke of the rally. We gotta move. We're people locked up in jail holding an old again. You'll be patient. How can we meet? We want out freedom and we want it now the civil rights leader John Lewis. The United Nations Secretary General Antonio Good Terrace, has strongly criticized the world's biggest powers for failing to work together to tackle the Corona vise crisis. He told the BBC. The relationship between the U. S. China and Russia have never bean so dysfunctional. Is James Landale. Antonio Guterres did not mince his words. The world, he said, was chaotic. There was competition and a lack of understanding. Among the biggest powers. Relations between the United States, China and Russia, he said, had never bean so dysfunctional. This meant there had been no concerted global effort. To defeat Kovar 19. The developed world was not doing enough to support the poorest countries. He said The U. N Security Council should come together and agree permanent action, not just attack of the pandemic, but also find political solutions to conflicts around the globe. French firefighters, So they've managed to contain a substantial far of the cathedral in Nantes in Weston, Franz here, Scofield reports. The fire in the interior of the cathedral was reported shortly before eight this morning, and firefighters were quickly at the scene from letters. They've been spraying water through the large window on the front of the building, through which clouds of black smoke continue to below. It seems likely that the fire broke out on the cathedral's great organ, which is made of wood and contains electric circuitry. The gothic cathedrals. The instant Paul was built mainly of stone from the 15th century on it dominates the centre of Nord overlooking the river Loire. It's already been the victim of a major fire in 1972 after which the wooden roof rain was replaced with concrete. An anti terrorism law that's faced criticism because of its widespread powers has come into effect in the Philippines is allows a council nominated by the president to designate individuals or groups as terrorists. Space can be held without charge for up to 24 days, something the law will be used by President Rodrigo deter today against his critics. BBC News China's financial regulators have seized control of nine companies linked to a businessman who went missing in Hong Kong. The financial firms connected to Xiaojian quads Tomorrow Group have combined assets have tens of billions of dollars. The group criticized the move in an online message that was quickly blocked. Mr. Xia was last seen leaving a four Seasons hotel in Hong Kong in 2017 in a wheelchair and with his head covered He was accompanied by unknown men is thought to be in detention in China awaiting trial. European Union leaders are gathering for the second day of the summit in Brussels, with only faint hope of reaching a deal on a Corona virus Economic recovery package their profound disagreements with the Dutch prime minister Margareta insisting on reforms in exchange for cash. Heaven is our correspondent in Brussels. Specifically, she was about this recovery fund. 750 billion. 500 million is in grants. What not router is saying he wants such as labor forms, not just pension reforms in these countries. He wants the Dutch to build to sign this, officer. Yes, we are happy. What the U. S. A. And Shawn Michelle would present open capsule is what about If we can't reach consensus on who gets the money in future? Maybe then we could start to look at a few countries coming together so Krusty atmosphere hasn't gone anywhere, starting again in a couple of hours time. One quick note. The Bulgarian prime minister has said that the Dutch have been acting quote like the policemen of Europe's not gonna stop today, too. The president of Iran, Hassan Rouhani says 25 million Iranians have now been infected with the Corona virus. The figure was nearly 100 times the official number. And a Brazilian agency says the number of military personnel in civilian rolls in the government has more than doubled to 6000. Since Joe viable scenario became president. The increase has raised concerns about increasing militarization in the country. BBC news. This is the real story from the BBC. I'm rich, lush, are without weekly deep dive into a story that's making use and changing lives. And this week is the number of covered 19 deaths continues to rise and economies stutter. The World Health Organization has sent a team to China to investigate how it all began on DH to ask whether things could have been managed differently. Early on when the virus could have been contained with the organization, too willing to accept Chinese reassurances spit was with China detected the outbreak. Isolated the virus. Sequence in the genome and shared it with W Jew and the world are very impressive can be onwards. So is China's.
"Teach along the way and today we're looking back a mile uppers, and the reason why malls supper stands out because she's literally a women that do not play by the, and as you know, women make history when you break some rules. This episode initially aired during our building necessarily. And here's Jenny Kaplan to tell you more about her. Hello for Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia Lamonica. When you imagine England in the era of Shakespeare, you may think of a golden age with the booming economy, a rising interest in exploration and growing merchant middle class, but there was more to it than that. Today traveling to the underbelly of London home to thieves, jokers and tricksters who played both sides of the law are villainous at the day was the most infamous woman of that world. Let's talk about Mary. Frith better known as mall covers. Mary's legacy lies somewhere between truth and legend. Records from her time are often exaggerated, biased or made up. That said here's the story of the cutting mall. Cut Purse as we know it. Mary was born in London in about fifteen eighty four. Her father was an honest cobbler. Nonetheless, Mary's first brush with the law occurred when she was sixteen years old. She was prosecuted for sealing purses. Mary's family quickly grew frustrated with her unf- eminent behavior. Some accounts say that in sixteen o nine. They learned her out to the docks by telling her. There was a wrestling match, and then tricked her onto a ship headed for north. America Mary managed to arrange passage back to shore with betting money. She brought for the match. When she made it back to London she quickly joined a group of pickpockets, earning her name mall cut purse in reference to the way pickpockets cut the purses straight off of their victims hits. Mary also earned a name for herself. Her tavern performances. She would sing dance. Play her loot and crack jokes wall dressed in male clothing. That was quite shocking at the time. To win a bet mall wants gallivanting through the streets of London on the city's most famous performing horse. She wore men's clothing dramatically carried a banner and Blue Trumpet. As soon as the locals recognized her, a riot broke out. The fans and enemies went while some tried to pull her off her horse while others cheered her on mall, just barely managed to escape and collector winnings in the next furrow. Walk quickly grew infamous enough to have books and plays written about her. One play called. The roaring girl features a comedic matchmaking main character named Mall. She's Cold Mad Mall. Life these acts. Team. According to her own testimony, Mary performed at least one after piece for that show. That's short, lighthearted act that follows a theaters main event. In sixteen eleven mall was arrested and thrown in jail for a few months, possibly because of her seemingly inappropriate performance, the following year after pieces were outlawed in the country for their often vulgar nature and tendency to attract pickpockets. Very playhouse where mall performed was used as an example in the case mall was arrested once again a few months later in Saint Paul's Cathedral and she eventually confessed to being publicly drunk swearing, associating with criminals, and of course, flaunting her male clothing. She did Penance at Saint Paul's Cathedral Wall tearfully drunk. Malls. Illegal activities didn't stop there far from it. By sixteen fourteen, she was operating a brokerage of stolen goods out of her house on Fleet Street thieves came to her to sell their spoils and victims would have no choice but to try buying them back hoping to avoid a lengthy court case. Authorities didn't try to stop any of this. In fact, they sometimes came to mall for her expertise and familiarity with local feeds around that time mall also got married, though even that seemed like a means to a criminal end for her. She never actually lived with her husband, and didn't mention him in her. Will Mall continued her underground business as usual, but now at the elevated reputation given to married women, she could even defeat court cases brought against her maiden name by
Why Do Books Smell So Good?
"The brain stuff a production of iheartradio brain stuff. Lauren bomb here. If you're like me you love the smell of all fashioned analog paper books old books new books and researchers at University College. London suggested that these scents aren't just nice. They're an important part of the human experience. In an extensive study of smells heritage and Historic Paper published in the Journal Heritage Science. The authors argue the importance of documenting and preserving smells but why three researchers realized that visitors. Saint Paul's Cathedral Dean and Chapter Library in London frequently comment on the aroma of the space. Saying they feel like they can smell history thanks to our limbic system odors can make us pretty emotional especially when they evoke memories sense how we experience different cultures and places and help us gain more insight into end engage more deeply with the past the researchers posit that smells are part of our cultural heritage and have historical value and deserve to be identified analyzed and archived using chemical analysis and sensory descriptions the study authors set about figuring out a way for scientists and historians to do so in one experiment the researchers asked visitors at the historic library to characterize the odors spelled. More than seventy percent of respondents considered the library smell as pleasant all visitors. Thought it smelled woody. While eighty six percent noticed a smoky Roma seventy one percent reported an earthy scent and forty-one percent said they smelled vanilla other less frequent responses ranged from musty too pungent and floral to rancid in another experiment. The study authors analyzed the responses of seventy-nine visitors to the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. Uk to these smell of a historic book from a second hand bookstore to capture the book. Smell a piece of sterile. Ause was soaked in five milliliters of an extract of the book odor and placed in an unlabeled metal canister screwed shut to prevent visitors from peaking the top three response when the visitors were prompted to describe the smell chocolate coffee and old. The team then analyzed the volatile organic compounds in the book and the Library. Most odors are composed of these. Voc's which are chemicals that evaporate at low temperatures VOC's are often associated with certain smell types for example acidic acid smell sour ISO Acetate smells like bananas. Using the data from the chemical analysis and visitors smell descriptions. The researchers created the historic book odor wheel to document and archive the historic library smell. Main categories such as sweet or spicy. Fill the inner circle of the wheel descriptors such as Caramel or biscuits fill the middle and chemical compounds likely to be these smelly source like ferral. Fill the outer circle. The researchers want the book odor wheel to be an interdisciplinary tool that untrained. Noses can use to identify smells and the compounds causing them which could address conservatives concerns about material composition and degradation informed artifact paper conservation decisions and benefit Olfactory Museum experiences.
"paul cathedral" Discussed on AP News
"The 36 year old woman from Middlesex in southeast England admitted to the preparation of terrorist acts and dissemination of terrace publications she admitted the fences at central London criminal court the prosecution case somebody said she made contact with someone who could prepare explosives and went on a reconnaissance trip to scope out the cathedral she expressed a desire to target a charge or somewhere historical on a day like Christmas or Easter to kill more the summary said she confided her plans to to others both of whom were undercover police officers I'm is area Sheckley
IS supporter pleads guilty to St. Paul's Cathedral bomb plot
"The thirty six year old woman from Middlesex in southeast England admitted to the preparation of terrorist acts and dissemination of terrace publications she admitted the fences at central London criminal court the prosecution case somebody said she made contact with someone who could prepare explosives and went on a reconnaissance trip to scope out the cathedral she expressed a desire to target a charge or somewhere historical on a day like Christmas or Easter to kill more the summary said she confided her plans to to others both of whom were undercover police officers I'm is area Sheckley
"paul cathedral" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"To being oh my gosh. Wow. Even that, you're right. You're right. You're right. I take it back. My fault. West of the Mississippi never eat soggy waffles, come on come on. Sorry gentleman. I blew my own fast pretty revealing. West of the Mississippi would be the Carnegie library downtown. And the reason I know that is because we did a segment recently about the monstrosity that is our current downtown library and remember miles. We did a side by side of the original Carnegie library downtown with the current ridiculous library we have today. And then you tell me that architecture doesn't matter do you. Remember that segment? I what I showed you a picture of the Carnegie library. Yeah. And then the current library. Yes. And you're like, well, I don't really both of you guys are used specifically. I really care about architects. I got on board with the architecture game. I just don't really care like. Yeah. Ugly. We know you care. Dan. I liked the city. I think it looks fine. Sure. They're subsidies that have a nicer. But I look at it and go, you know, if you stand on Coronado look downtown and go man that looks like a really forget it forget about the city. Macro skyline. Okay. That's one thing you walk into a library. You have a completely different physical reaction and experience walking into the Carnegie library, then the ridiculous library. We have today. It is a completely different sensation when you walk into with those two buildings. I don't know. One hundred percent, I'll give you. You've been downtown city hall, golden hall, right? Yeah. That okay. What's it ever student walking at a golden hall, and if you've been to like Italy, Rome? Yeah. Okay. And give you a dramatic example, but the Saint Paul cathedral, whatever. Sure, sure. But I mean, that's why it's, you know, Saint Paul's cathedral is thing number one hundred on the architecture scale here. Sure, you're going to one of the top in the world and golden halls zero on the architectures. Yeah. But the difference between the Carnegie library there used to be is like a sixty and the current libraries zero. So there's still a huge difference. Maybe not as dramatic as the one. I just gave you but I'm doing that for. So you can see what I'm talking about the architecture. Of course, it matters. There's no way you can walk into Saint Peter's cathedral and have a similar reaction is when you walk into golden hall down right place. Yeah. I mean, that's a dump. Okay. So architecture matters you have to you have to admit that foundational point that architecture matters. No. Of course, it affects. I walk in Nagoya. Yeah. This is. We do the show we do the live election resulted golden hawk places. A dump we walk in there with like this place total. I don't need it to be nice. We just did the cathedral when we did the the convention in Cleveland. That was just a like a tent they put us in walked we walked in. There was this beautiful big thing. It was nice. And it was funny show. Throw the show probably went on like we did the show. Did you think we did a better show at Wor show? We would have the nicer the building the nicer the show. Hi, presiding some of our election shows have been the best I called twenty the night of the two thousand sixteen election. Unforgettable was that golden hall. Never forget it. That's true. For other reasons. Tash sure, let's the Saint Peter's of candidates one. That's a good point. Hall of candidates. Anyway, what are we talking about anyway, libraries and post office is not an example of social Venezuela's an example of socialism. But people won't. Think twice as we go down.
"paul cathedral" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Effort will be spared to prevent abuse and, its. Cover up meanwhile in Pennsylvania counseling attended. Sunday mass yesterday for the first time since the grand jury report horrified It's so sad is, a is a Catholic I'm ashamed speaking outside Pittsburgh Saint Paul cathedral after mass Ellen Ahmed says she wants to hear priests and bishops addressing this issue. Every Sunday. These people what they've. Gone through all these years for them not to be able to talk to them to being courage. To to keep it secret it's awful it's just so awful nearly a third, of the priests named and accused in the report served in the diocese of. Pittsburgh I'm Andrew Spencer Larry Nassar the former USA gymnastics in Michigan, State University doctor. Convicted of sexually abusing his young patients is being moved from an Arizona prison his. Lawyers claim the sixty year old Nassar was assaulted behind bars checking your money Dow opens. The day at twenty five six sixty nine the NASDAQ. At seventy eight sixteen sports nationals trounced by the Marlins twelve to one. Os, shut out by the Indian that's the thirteenth shutout of the season for the os Redskins, talking Adrian Peterson in. Town to. Work out with the. Team one day after Jamaal Charles was in town skins are trying to fill that running back Jamal. And for just got to meet him got him a physical and we'll decide, later time what we're gonna do at that position wait on smart j Byron. See where they're at in their decision whether or not we're going, to sign another. One here in the next day or so coach Jay Gruden wwl news time eight. Oh four of next traffic and weather is mornings on the mall continues on one zero. Five point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington small WMA l. Rush. Weekdays, noon to three everybody needs to know for one time setup. Say.
"paul cathedral" Discussed on In The Limelight
"Honor was created by king george the fourth in eighteen eighteen in his awarded to men and women who hold high office or who render extraordinary or important nonmilitary service in a foreign country who the mouthfuls i mean really so this event took place at saint paul's cathedral and angie went it's amazing looking at the pictures because you know you see a picture on people dot com or whatever vary zoomed in on angie and i kind of sumed everybody else was wearing fine couture in impeccable fascinated but then when you zoom out on getty it's everybody looks like you know josh and i that's like we just kind of rolled up to this event without any notice or anything without any planning per people the actress director fortythree picked custom ralph and russo pale gray dress with a cowl neck in matching gloves spicing up the outfit with a gold broach in silver purse it was the trendy fast nater person shopper head with her locks pulled into a xinyuan however that really gave off major megan markle vibes is that how you pronounce xinyuan sounds good to me i also just can't the gloves that are really kind of throwing me right it's almost a little bit like she want to steps too far in approximating mega right yes i know i mean it's the kyobo's looks like he's playing right exactly meghan markle in a movie like those seem something seems over the top it's like it's yeah it's just there's nothing now about this lok for me right it's like a costume designer put it together not a style yes yes you're exactly right everything is just so so picture perfect i mean the tailoring is on point angie could have given mega few tailoring tips before the wedding day everything is perfect but it just really throws me josh did you see some of these photos with like regular people 'al looking at this one of her sort of sitting next to the people in the row with her there's a girl next to her texting rank can you imagine just being sitting next angelina jolie at any sort of event like this and texting being so disrespectful as to text in her presence this is just there's a photo of angie kind of sitting during must have been the ceremony and she's kind of doing two fingered wave it looks like she saw someone she knows and then this is probably like me not knowing but when she's looking at some important book i guess she has her hand kind of over hari we're going to get into that because that's kind of vaguely scandalous we're going to get into that in a second but i also love that she's talking to this guy and a lot of regret expressing what seems like very sincere interest in his his medals i just can't imagine what that conversation is i want to know meanwhile whoever he is and she's kind of touching one of his medals who the people in the front row look bored out of their minds there's like one guy slumped over these thieves at like his head on his hand kind of i don't know what was going on to their money but how would they not all just watching angelina jolie in full royal outfits right speaks to help the ceremony must've been not even angelina is like you know joe giving anyone any sort of energy there is a very cute photo of her after the ceremony shaking hands with these two girls and red little suits in it's very she the girl shaking her hand looks appropriately excited about exactly runoff she nailed it everyone now what i love about this event though is that the queen was scheduled to attend but pulled out at the last minute because of quote unquote summer cold a spokesperson for the queen said the queen is feeling under the weather today and has decided not to attend this morning service at saint paul's cathedral marking the two hundred anniversary of the order of saint michael and saint george josh what do you think do you think that the queen and angie have some sort of back story do you think like angie wouldn't attend if she wasn't the biggest star in the.
"paul cathedral" Discussed on AP News
"The second is reportedly not feeling very good ap's area shackling reports buckingham palace says she's been forced to cancel a planned appearance palace says in a statement that the ninety two year old monarch is feeling under the weather and didn't attend a morning service at saint paul's cathedral the service marked the two hundredth anniversary of the order of saint michael asunto george the queen has had a busy schedule in recent weeks including appearances at the royal ascot horse show zaria shakily london china's rejected a us request to discuss its demand that airlines described selfruled taiwan is part of china according to the american embassy in beijing in a statement the embassy says the us has told chinese authorities the united states strongly objects to the demand by president xi jinping's government to call the island taiwan china and maths and internet menus some twenty airlines including air canada british airways and left towns have been referring to taiwan as part of china to avoid penalties from beijing the embassy said it's disappointed china's refused request for consultation on the issue of the trump administration was deciding how to respond new satellite data shows columbia saw dramatic increase in forest degradation last year and levels in brazil remain historically high researchers at the university of maryland found tropical forests around the globe lost fifteen point eight million hectares of tree cover in twenty seventeen that's an area about the size of bangladesh losses in brazil home to most of the amazon rainforest made up nearly thirty percent of the total more than losses in any other single country the data released wednesday measure tree cover loss or the death of a trees li hi i'm megan crane ap digital manager and.
"paul cathedral" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To stay on top of this breaking story and keep you updated as we get new details a couple is now charged with neglect in their two month old daughter's death caused by starvation and this morning the child's mother is expected to be in court thirty eight year old william anthony moss and twentysevenyearold janet ringer have been charged with neglect of a dependent resulting in death that child weighed seven pounds fourteen ounces at the time of her death months had his initial court appearance yesterday he's being held on a forty thousand dollar bond i spoke to multiple dcfs workers and told them i mean my exact wording was the grave danger this baby is in grave danger repeatedly over and over and they never listen we'll in a statement the department of child services called the child's death heartbreaking but says they can't comment on the specifics of that case this morning a man is recovering after accidentally shooting himself in the leg at a grocery store downtown police cars surrounded the whole foods in downtown indianapolis last night following the shooting police tell us a seventy six year old man with illegal gun permit was shopping with a gun in his canvas tote band while he was checking out groceries in the bag started a pile up and the bag fell to the ground causing the gun to go off shooting the man in the leg he was taken to the hospital well this morning police are looking into whether spice played a role in an overdose at a soup kitchen right here in downtown that soup kitchen turn into a crisis center when five people overdose at the same time this all happening thursday morning at the saints peter and paul cathedral soup kitchen near fourteenth and pennsylvania police found five men lying unconscious outside of the building one of the men told police that they smoked a drug known as k d that's a mix of either marijuana spice or tobacco and also bug spray well the former operator of an in home daycare and plainfield is set to be sentenced to twenty years in prison after a toddler died in her care now melanie messer pleaded guilty to aggravated battery in the death of sixteen month old andy arnett that charles found unresponsive that message home last august she died three days later investigators in bloomington seized three pounds of meth and a series of traffic stops in home searches police believe it's.
"paul cathedral" Discussed on KOMO
"Komo news one thousand and fm ninety seven seven welcome back to perspective i'm cheri preston royal wedding is just a week away prince harry and meghan markle will tie the nod at saint george's chapel at windsor castle over the past few months we brought you interviews with royal experts highlighting the uniqueness of megan and prince harry reflecting on their lives in what we can expect when they finally do get married this week we sat down with imaging lloyd webber or a little more insight into what we can look for on the big day talk a little bit about the royal family is a royal wedding such a big deal royal wedding is a big deal because at the end of the day the royal family all the most famous family in the world they're also historically consequential but they're also a family so we will relate to them it's like watching downton abbey gums not be as essentially an upmarket soap appropriate because it's market you don't feel guilty about watching it looking at the royals i feel guilty about watching the royal family because they're also part of history that figureheads two billion people across the world so therefore you're allowed to watch the wedding of harry and meghan how will it be different from what we saw with william and catherine and what we saw with charles and diana big difference with harry a meghan sweating is it it's not a state occasion is not in london it's windsor sin georgia's chapel which is the first family church is a lot smaller there are no politicians william is the future king of england so therefore his wedding was a state occasion it was held at westminster abbey charles future king of england so he's wedding to diana i was house paul's cathedral foreign dignitaries were absolutely both the weddings of william and kate and charles and diana won't be saying foreign dignitaries at a much smaller intimate wedding in windsor also.
"paul cathedral" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The retired archbishop died isn't migrants early this morning there will be a funeral mass at saint peter and paul cathedral in indianapolis tuesday january 31st at eleven a m president trump met with his british an israeli counterparts today kicking off the world economic forum in davos switzerland fox's john decker reports from the white house upon landing in davos the president hit the ground running holding bilateral meetings with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and british prime minister theresa may were worth your options and maybe most importantly military the president also hosting a dinner at the world economic forum where the invited guests included top executives from siemens nestle novartis and volvo the president's pitch to the ceos invest in america where the corporate tax rate has just been lowered from thirty five to twenty one percent at the white house john decker fox news the extreme football league is coming back advancement man promises the new axa fell will be extremely familyfriendly you want someone who who does not have an and criminality whatsoever associated with them and in the nfl even if you're ever do you are you will not play the wwe she yellow announced the league will focus on existing nfl cities indianapolis dear sampler some day that'd be good wouldn't it here's traffic was that they have words i'd love with x and lots of traffic we met there crash on.
"paul cathedral" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Heterosexuality but to holiness the central lie of the lgbt movement and a sexual revolution is that our sin and our zaire for it or our identity even something in which to take pride but the good news of christianity is that in jesus we can have a new identity we need no longer be enslaved to our fallen passions we were made for something better for breakpoint this is her metaxas oh god is it it london you must go to st paul's cathedral but how exciting and how oddly uh i would say counter intuitive it is because when we think of the faith of an ounce were chambers we think of a really stripped down super low church evangelical pentecostal kind of faith holiness movement you don't associate the holiness movement with st paul's cathedral uh you know designed by christopher wren it just it the two don't come together uh normally in the in one's mind an interesting point you know chamber could move in all different world it seemed he had no problem at all dealing with a down and outer in london the drunk in the bomb and the the holiness movement tell you know some of the people involved in that were were kind of back woods people but he also was a very accomplished artist and went to uh the the national war training school in one done uh actually earned a scholarship to study abroad he he ultimately chose not to follow up on that but it seemed like he could do he could move in all of those different world uh very very uh comfortable guy and be in that sense well i mean saint paul's cathedral is such a just a glorious glorious please on god's earth and uh the idea that he proposed there uh makes even more special for me so i assume that they married soon thereafter they did that they married in nineteen pan in may of nineteen pan and um uh bitty did travel to the united states uh with oswald uh for his fourth and final journey to the states they they made that trip together and um you know it was basically a fourmonth honeymoon that was interspersed with a whole bunch of his uh speaking opportunities but interestingly on that journey they also spend some time in.
"paul cathedral" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Heterosexuality but to holiness the central lie of the lgbt movement and a sexual revolution is that our sin in our zaire for it or our identity even something in which to take pride but the good news of christianity is that in jesus we can have a new identity we need no longer be enslaved to our fallen passions we were made for something better for breakpoint this is her metaxas good is it it london you must go to st paul's cathedral but how exciting and how oddly uh i would say counter intuitive it is because when we think of the faith of an ounce were chambers we think of a really stripped down super low church evangelical pentecostal kind of faith holiness movement you don't associate the holiness movement with st paul's cathedral uh you know designed by christopher wren it just it the two don't come together uh normally in the in one's mind an interesting point you know chamber could could move in all different world it seemed he had no problem at all dealing with a down and outer in london the drunk in the bomb and the the holiness movement tell you know some of the people involved in that were were kind of back woods people but he also was a very accomplished artist and went to uh the the national are training school in london uh actually earned a scholarship to study abroad he he ultimately chose not to follow up on that but it seemed like he could do you could move in all of those different world uh very very uh comfortable guy indian that's um well i mean saint paul's cathedral is such a just a glorious glorious please on god's earth and uh the idea that he proposed there uh makes even more special for me so i assume that they married soon thereafter they did they they married in nineteen ten in may of nineteen ten and down a bit he did travel to the united states uh with oswald uh for his fourth and final journey to the states they they made that trip together and um you know it was basically a.
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"All of new england with abc news time is 12 nine gene we got twenty six degrees and mostly sunny skies in boston good afternoon i'm mark cohen wbz news and here's what's coming up on reporters round up at 1230 wbz's ben parker we'll have the latest on the arrest of a manchester man charged with the murder of a twoyearold boy on this the fifth anniversary of the sandy hook school massacre we'll speak with kathleen mick williams from the hartford current about one families journey to rebuild and cbs news tech analyst larry magid we'll update us on a big day regarding net neutrality rules all that coming up at twelve thirty on reporters round up would wbz's rod fritz a memorial service today at saint paul's cathedral in london for the victims of the grenfell tower fire six months ago today seventy one people died when the fire tore through their forty story apartment building britain's royal family were in attendance joined by 1500 survivors volunteers and first responders did they also march five years since the mass shooting at sandy hook elementary school that left twenty six dead twenty of them six and seven year old children now families of the children are trying to prevent future school shootings by reshaping the national conversation about gun violence marked barton is part of sandy hook promise and initiative training schools to recognize the warning signs of mass violence his son daniel was one of the children killed in the shootdown was an exceptionally sweet compassionate little saul he literally used to look out for other people we used to call them to caretaker evolving things in the school year following the sandy hook massacre seventy percent of public schools drilled students and how to respond in the event refuting the battle of the billboards oh whist their law firms billboard accused by a competing firm as a copycat has been moved directly across from its lookalikes setting up a faceoff between the two lawyers the billboards were about two miles apart on opposite sides of route two ninety and now they're.
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"That there are both challenges and opportunities here in the us the increased amount of disconnected millennials is certainly a concern for us as as the decline in the delay of marriage among young people still there are various positive signs to build up pawn in court though science he said include the high interest among millennial during the liturgical seasons of advent and lent and the continued importance in our ministries in outreach to young people which have a positive affect on vocational discernment he said also from the bishop's meeting are atlanta archbishop wilton gregory said the us catholic bishops can never say that we are sorry enough for the share that we have had in this tragedy a broken fidelity entrust the clergy sexabuse crisis he made the comments in a homily at an evening mass said to commemorate a day of prayer and penance for victims of sexual abuse within the catholic church the liturgy was celebrated at saint peter and paul cathedral in indianapolis at the end of the first day of the bishops spring assembly at that mass we bishops humbly and sincerely ask for the forgiveness of those who've been harmed scandalised her dispirited by events that even if they happened many years ago remain ongoing sources of anguish for them and for those who loved them the archbishop said we bishops have learned a great deal about off the sorrow and pain of those we love and serve even as we have to acknowledge humbly publicly and pitifully our sharing bringing much of that pain to bear arch grew archibishop gregory said one other note from the bishop's meeting archbishop christoph pierre epa stock nuncio to the united states called the u s catholic bishops to be missionary disciples through listening and fostering solidarity and a culture of encounter in college u us bishops to view current challenges as a time of grace take courage he said when the tasks of the new evangelization and of building a culture of encounter in solidarity seemed daunting the archbishop who was appointed nuncio a year ago told the bishops at the start of that spring meeting in indianapolis than in his travels throughout the country this year he was impressed by the faith of catholics and their dedication to their parishes despite the many challenges they face in living the faith in an increasingly secular culture.
"paul cathedral" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours
"The crypt whether you've climbed the dome not by now. You should be downstairs in the church. Basement called the crypt start. By finding the tomb of lord nelson there may be signs directing you to his tomb. There are many famous people buried in the crypt. The most honored place is granted to lord nelson. He's directly below the dome his tomb is a big black on a pedestal topped with a red crowned. It stands in a round alcove. The tomb is labeled horatio viscount nelson. It remembers the man who wore down napoleon at trafalgar. Now look around and find another large tomb nearby. A big blackstone coffin stroll up to the coffin. This is the tomb of the duke of wellington if nelson wore napoleon down at sea. Wellington finished him off at waterloo. Keep going past. Wellington as you walk up the central axis of the crypt. Continue straight passing through a chapel area. As you walk ponder the fact that saint paul's has held elaborate funerals for three men who helped save britain from grave danger nelson wellington and churchill. The bodies of all three were paraded to saint paul's in the same funeral wagon. When you reach the far end of the chapel. Turn right then keep going until you run. Directly into our final stop. The grave of christopher wren rennes grave is not so obvious. Since there's no statue in it's barely marked so when you reach the wall of the crypt. I look for a large block of stone on the ground. This is a hunk of rough portland stone. Leftover from the church's construction. Look closely on the block on the left end there. You'll find scratched into the rock wren. Brand that he used to mark his owns a triangle. Now find rennes gravestone. It's next to the big block rennes grave. Marker is nothing but a simple black slab. Read the inscription here. Lyeth christopher wren. The builder of this cathedral saint paul's contains graves and memorials of many famous. Brits they're all located on your free visitors map. Most of these graves are far more elaborate than the grave of christopher wren. The men who built saint paul's three but remember if you seek his monument look around you. We hope you've enjoyed your walk through. Saint paul's thanks to jeanne openshaw. The co author this tour. You're up for more london sightseeing. We have audio guides for the city. The british museum the westminster walk and the british library. Remember this tour was excerpted from the rick steves london guidebook co authored with john openshaw for more details on eating sleeping and sightseeing in london. Preferred to this year's edition that guidebook for more free audio tours and podcasts and for information about our tv shows bus tours and travel gear visit our website at rick dot com. This tour was produced by cedar house. Audio productions thanks cheers and thank god. I've done my duty by for no..
"paul cathedral" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours
"Statue of mother and child by henry more with this statue. Britain's greatest modern sculptor. Henry moore rendered a traditional subject in an abstract minimalist way. This statue of mary holding baby. Jesus in her lap was fired. By the sight of british moms nursing babies in world war two bomb shelters more intended the viewer to touch and interact with the go ahead. It's okay this statue is a reminder that saint paul's is the place of remembrance for the many victims of britain's wars. The church took on special significance in world war. Two when it survived the massive bombing raids of the blitz and the battle of britain. There's no better place to appreciate that. Then the area behind the main altar dubbed the american memorial chapel continue to the altar at the far end of the church the area behind it has three bright and modern stained glass windows the american memorial chapel as you admire the beautiful stained glass windows realized that they look medieval. they're actually modern. chapel had to be rebuilt after the war and this holy spot is dedicated to the heroes of world war two. Let's pick up the story in nineteen forty and nineteen forty one. Nazi planes firebombed helpless london. The church took two direct hits. One bomb collapsed the north transept. The other fell right here. Crumbling the altar shattering the stained glass and leaving this area in ruins the but while the surrounding neighborhood was absolutely flattened. Saint paul survived surprisingly intact giving hope to the citizens on december twenty nine nineteen forty. Twenty eight bombs fell on the church. Some swear the bombs bounced right off rennes dome. Almost miraculously others credit. The heroic work of local firefighters who stood guard with hoses at the ready. When saint paul's was repaired after the war. This special spot near the altar was set aside to honor the americans who sacrificed their lives to save britain in world war. Two britain is forever grateful to the inks and remembers them religiously with the roll of honour. You'll find it right behind the altar this five hundred page book under glass list. The names of twenty eight thousand. Us servicemen and women based in britain. Who gave their lives during the war when the three stained glass windows were rebuilt after the war they were fitted with some unusual iconography american spot. The american eagle you'll find it in the center window of the three look close in the center window. I find the figure of christ. The eagle is to the left of christ got it now find george washington. He's in the right window of the three. Look way up near the top of that right window in the upper right. Hand corner there. He is america's founding father by george. I think i've got it. In fact scattered throughout the windows are the symbols of all fifty states. You can find those on your own but for now turn your attention away from the windows and down to the carved wood paneling beneath the windows. Focus on the farthest right part of the paneling. There among the carvings are birds and foliage to the us. Now get real close close in the far right. Look through the carved leaves to where you can see the trunk of that tree. Now look below the bird. You'll see that the trunk is actually a us. Rocketship circa nineteen fifty eight shooting up to the stars. The british artist honored one of america's greatest triumphs now step back and so can the solemn atmosphere of this entire chapel as you look at the windows examined the role of honor and admire the view of the mosaic ceiling. Nave think about what. London went through during the war in the early days of world war two. The powerful nazi army quickly overran all of continental europe. Britain hunkered down waiting to be invaded. Hitler launched a series of air raids on civilian london itself known as the blitz all through the fall winter and spring of nineteen forty and forty one including fifty seven consecutive nights the liftoff a pummeled. The defenseless london. The bombs killed twenty thousand leveled half the city mostly from saint paul's eastward residents took refuge. Deepen the tube stations from his whitehall bunker prime minister winston churchill made radio broadcasts exhorting his people to give it their all. We shall fight on the beaches vowed we shall fight in the fields and we shall fight in the streets. We shall never surrender. Britain fought back and when the united states entered the fight that pendulum shifted. Churchill would say that even if the british empire lasted a thousand years. Britain's would look back and say this was their finest hour after the war. Saint paul's was the place where britain did look back in nineteen sixty five. They gathered here for churchill's state funeral in a bittersweet remembrance of their nation's finest hour continue around the altar and head back toward the entrance now. We'll see memorials to other great brits. Some of them warriors and some warriors of the spirit like the man honored just ahead on the left wall of the aisle is a statue a white statue standing in a black niche of a man wrapped in a burial shroud John done this statue of the great poet is one of the oldest things in the church. Having survived the great fire of sixteen sixty six john dunn who lived from fifteen seventy three to sixteen thirty one served as the dean or director of saint paul's. He gained a reputation as passionate preacher for his service. He was honored with this statue showing done in his burial shroud. Imagine hearing preacher done delivering a funeral sermon. Here with the huge church bell. Tolling in the background. No man is an island. He wrote any man's death diminishes me. Because i am involved in mankind therefore never wonder for whom the bell tolls it tolls for the and also for dozens of people who lie buried beneath your feet in the crypt. Where you'll end your tour but for now continue on. Keep walking down the aisle back towards the dome when you reach the dome veer left into the south transept. Once they're find the large white statue of lord nelson he standing atop.
"paul cathedral" Discussed on Rick Steves Britain & Ireland Audio Tours
"This brass great is all there is the epitaph in latin says. Lecter cmo new momentum requires circum speech a reader. If you seek his monument look around you from underneath the dome look toward the far end of the church toward the altar which is topped with a golden canopy. The area in between the dome and the altar flanked with wooden stalls is called. The choir will be visiting the altar area later but for now stay put underneath the dome while. Rick talks about.