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"To many as hits pulp which actually kinda really trails us off into our our next episode that you mother fuckers better ready for because we get back into hitler so because he actually instructed hitler to commit mass murder of non-catholic minorities all over europe. He's like you know we don't need no. We don't need minority is we. Don't need minorities and we don't anybody that praise to something else other than jesus and the christian also be good us so he instruction. I actually instructed him to create death camps to put them in and burn them to death. He's like they're not the part of a god. And they don't want to be part of god in god's religion not by the catholics and you know what you do you put them in a camp and what you just pull her gasoline on top and then you light him on fire and then god will like oh my god. I'm so happy killed. Everybody that's against to me Clapping his hands up and having you did really good really good thing you just did. Pious even create his own group rather likes the nazis who killed over six hundred thousand. Fucking people leash. That's crazy included. And in hitler six million jews. You think if they're like a team. I would assume so that that was part of it because he was known as hitler's pope. And that's what. I'm saying that when we get in hitler very soon that it is crazy that like and i've said this before that people were funding hitler from all these different sides and the fact that the vatican and pope was on the side of hitler man they white and they don't play a fucking jesus. They're not fucking worth it. It's it's fox man. I just think that though. Yeah that's recalled the west baptist. Church man like every other church ever wanna go. We'll everybody we love them. All man come on in and then secretly like saying can other doors closed. Hey those those people that have sex with the same sex not on a you go so pious -joyed killing them in lots of different ways including excessive torture crucifixion. So he crucified people crazy. Thank you fucking across i. It's crazy that's like a nine hundred and thirty nine. That's like in the late thirties. The forties and he was like crucified people torturing them even some cannibalism which is fucked. Cannibalism always comes back. What do you mean comes back. That was. I guess this is early. Nineteen hundreds yeah. It's just just crazy. And he actually did live dismemberment but he he watched this out there of agile. Now you like step. Here's streaming camera. Looney where i am. Pope i use this little boy. I cut the arm. And i cut it like this so it does quicken decision. And then you had an assault gordon. This on gordon ramsay live dismemberment so obviously people are watching the way they used to watch the show up. Tv like fucking tv. Let's watch this Watch this pope and his minions cut fucking every part of the and that'd be horrible so maybe they start with the hands but thing is you only have so long before they die of blood loss. So he's like washing their all exciting. Like let's see. How do we can cut off without having them die. I realize i can do a really bad italian exit. A really. You can do a really bad one. Yeah that money over here. And he's killing all the innocent people every time they cut off another fucking part of the guy's body fucking mario but didn't bring bring he's dead so he would actually burn them while they're still alive. That's fine so obviously. He was known as one of the most evil fucking popes in history if not one of the eagles people. That's where i said like when we did billions of history going to bring up some of the pope's but like i wanted to episode on it because it is fucked. Their worst people is their name talked about many almost every other episode. This is one of the tamest things tamest. They've murdered people constantly. Still probably one of the most famous ted. Bundy was one person. You kill cup. This guy is pie is due killed. Six hundred thousand people in have again. You had not have been like way. He allowed hitler to do in his area. Do like no. We don't really care but all these knob religious. Just do whatever you want to them. You ready bar. Oh sure because this time. I'm filming this. I swear to god one of the last time they do it for. I've been really bored like sitting at home. Like fuck me. I usually like to just live my life and eventually somewhere. You hear a fun fact but now it's just stupid fucking internet cernan's like my god fun facts. I'll never run out some number just worse than others. I got to that. I like a crocodile. Can't stick tongue out to possible really can't fun will what i find a little one just goes like hand me. He can't stick his tongue out of his mouth. We watching we can we. The i wanna know that. Why why do we mean both at the same time. Why do we have that dexterity. Featuring food i understand but sticking it actually l. I don't get it. Maybe you need to grab somebody tongue right very gently. Did apes do that. I guess. I don't know i have no idea. That's fucking was shrimps hearts in their head. I think i've heard that before. That is kind of cool. I thought that was my first question. May maybe that's why they're so fucking stupid fucking horseradish and ketchup sauce. What the parker you eating. That's what the fucking stupid card is not horseradish. Yes it is no fucking sit is. That's how we used to make it. When i were to fucking piston broke. I in a restaurant or you made a really gross one. You use ketchup and horseradish. That's all it is. I fucking guarantee. Look it up right now. i don't believe you. Cocktail sauce is horseradish and ketchup. Or at least you're gonna get version of many salt pepper a little bit. But it's pretty much just fucking tomatoes horseradish. I know fucking right because i fucking hate horseradish anything. It makes me vomit horse rash. I love with sabi. Sabi derivative of horseradish. I fucking love horseradish. I'll put that shit all over rosbif bitch my right you my right. Catch up worst. Cyrus squirted lemon doubts about what. Where's the horse rash pitch. I'm just kidding. I didn't read it..
"We're going to start in the early nineties back before this shift. When the old rules about government borrowing still applied. Bill clinton had just been elected president. He appointed an economist named laura tyson to be one of his top advisors and she looked at the economy and she saw this glaring problem year after year. Both government deficits and interest rates. Were going up and then he said omega if we don't get a hold of this federal deficit than that trend will continue. Those rates will continue upward. That was a very significant concern. Higher interest rates were concerned for a couple of reasons for one thing. Obviously they meant that the government had to pay more to borrow money but also when interest rates for the government went up. Interest rates also went up for everybody else. And that's it up this whole cascade of problems so we're people won't buy as many houses. There won't be as many houses constructed in their wealth as much capital equipment invested in and investments in important part of the Economic growth in your all sorts of every interest sensitive part of the economy the way the government runs a deficit. The way it borrows money is by selling bonds treasury bonds. The government says to really anybody. Okay lend us whatever one hundred dollars and in say ten years we will pay you back with interest will pay you back one hundred twenty dollars. The bond is basically the government's i. Iou you that it will pay back that loan with interest and during the clinton administration because of that link between deficits and interest rates. Everybody in the white house talked about treasury bonds about the bond market time. James carville was a political advisor to president. Clinton was just an obsession. In the early days of clinton's everybody say what's the bond market could house bot mocking react to hell multiple. i don't know it just became this omnipresent. The heart of every conversation. James carville was not an economics guy but as he spent time at the white house he realized that sort of bizarrely all these people who worked there making policy the people who had what seemed like the most powerful jobs in the world. We're in fact terrified of the bond market so when a reporter from the wall street journal called up carville to talk about the bond market. He came up with this line that became sort of famous or at least bond market famous kid. I wanted to grow up with four hundred hitter. The pope and the president. But i just want to be the bond. Market's gonna scare the hell out of everybody pleat. What did he say. A what a hundred hitter like in baseball pope the president baseball. I cannot tell you how many times he said that's me. Every meeting every meeting a lot of my memories are about carville sort of making jokes about you. Know you issues as a bond trader bond traders. These are the people who work in finance all around the world who manage a bunch of money. Generally other people's money pension funds or college endowments that kind of thing and every day they decide what bonds to buy and what bonds to sell what companies and countries to lend to and what companies and countries to not lend to to stop lending to and like with any lender bond traders worry about lending more money to a borrower who is already borrowing a lot because all that borrowing makes it more risky and so to compensate for that risk bond traders demand a higher interest rate. They stop lending until rates. Go up and this bond traders demanding higher interest rates when the government is borrowing more money. This is the scenario that everyone was so worried about people. Were so afraid of this that there was even a special term for the bond traders. Who do this bond vigilantes. Bill clinton has convinced. The bond vigilantes are scary and in fact he decides the us needs to bring the deficit down. He decides to build a whole economic plan around getting rid of the deficit. One of the economists he brought in to make that happen was jason and a central argument. That we made was if you do this. It will lower interest rates and interest rates are lower will have more investment and more economic growth and sort of amazingly. All of this happened. They did raise taxes and cut spending and get the deficit down. In fact by the end of the clinton administration the deficit felt all the way to zero. And what came next was sort of a golden moment for the economy in silicon valley. There was the dot com boom but really the whole economy was doing great businesses of all kinds. Were doing well. Ordinary workers were getting breezes lower deficits lead to lower interest rates which led to more investment. And that was good for basically everybody. The system was working. The next big moment in the story comes right after the financial crisis of two thousand eight and this is the moment when everything is about to change when this big shift in the way the world works is about to happen but nobody quite nosy yet. Brock obama has just been elected. President obama brings in clinton's guy. Jason furman as one of his economic advisors and ferment. Goes into this meeting to discuss. How big of a stimulus. Bill obama should push for as he takes office. We met with the president-elect december sixteenth two thousand eight and we're all crowded together in a conference room. I think it was in a law firm in chicago and he wanted it to be big. He wanted to be bold but there was this worry. The stimulus was going to be funded with deficit. Spending government was going to borrow the money. And some of obama's own economic advisers worried that borrowing and spending too much money might actually harm the economy for that classic reason
Fresh update on "pope" discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"Color when the air are you sure. Yeah i sure you slide is blue. Have you ever seen blueblood from where x rays x rays of color ultraviolet five college a color machine. I think. I think you know so. In theory he could have done it out. A bunch of ways but rumor had it. He went about doing it in a morbid way. In medica- suppos-ably supposedly bribed three ten year old boys to give their blood in the process and this is dr drained these preteens all their blood killing them for their life giving goodness he's a stupid stiff. I'll take you're fucking would take a little bit. And then they fucking take fuck every little bit of this little boy's blood so the fifteen cents a fifteenth century physician said. Why shouldn't our old people namely those who have no other recourse likewise suck the blood of a youth youth. I'd say who is willing and happy whose blood is the best the best but perhaps to abundant has too much blood too much blah so it's only stood as reason then. The pope deserve the very best. Young blood saudis greeted agreed. It's like it's it's young blood. it's sexy it's new. it's fucking popping off man. It's just weird that he likes young blood a term for when they get their period for the first time. That sounds disgusting. That's true though when so this was during the end of the fourteenth century or third so it's fourteen ninety two when he did suffer the stroke and fell into a coma so some guy like fifty fucking years later was like well if the pope needs blood man you gotta give them the best blood they guide you find those fuck and children. Children always get the best shit. Do man they're new their fresh but the thing is why not be old fuck die and who gives a fucking shit but it's because he's in power but they're like oh why no. These kids are new to the world or not going to remember shit like he would remember shit. If everyone remember shit and i couldn't imagine things they did back then and general that never got documented and never was a part of history that they were like. You know the we've learned about neo history. Avila's stuff that torturous things that some people would do back in the day. It's kinda -rageous now. Now we're now. We're just getting better better place that no serial killers so far. Guess other than fucking bruce macarthur. I've like in africa. There's like five different killers operating at the same time but nobody knows about it because they don't can't afford cameras and every block lending air a good chance. There's a very good chance. So unsurprisingly trying to transfer you transfused blood orally did not work. Innocent died not long after the procedure on july twenty fifth. Four hundred ninety two but not before lamenting the fact that he had not been such a great pope coulda did that better. I coulda did that. I couldn't maybe not had my physician. Kill three hundred minutes at sturt open before he expired. That at all the research links as a like. It's a fucking sandwich in the fridge. Fuck he asked the other cardinals to forgive him for his feelings and urged them to elect a better man as the next pope which probably never happened because every time they make it at once maybe the good and then david nice. You're pussy what are you what what what do you mean. What do you mean you. Don't wanna fuck that boy. Everyone does i literally just brought you six. The these boys me but if you don't want right there man are you sure she's like no no no i like i like women adult women and like fuck and now the cardinals together in the huddle. They're all handling all their in the red robes. We gotta kill this guy. He's he's not he's he's not a hip with it so he was actually pope. And it was actually burying on august fifth next to saint peter's cathedral and near the altar of the virgin mattie divergent mattie. That's nice so it's impossible it's possible. The entire event was a hoax designed to slander jewish individuals medieval and renaissance Ganda long alleged that jews ritually sacrificed christian babies on passover passover. They just passed over to dead baby. I moreover the blood liberal ledge in associated with jews other. There's a there is a thing that said. Jews bathe in the blood of christians and conducted evil rights within evil satanic rites. So it's like. They really hated like christians. What's going on. Someone's different like catholics and christians because it all blends into fucking much the same bullshit as they all seem to hate other religious at this time to it. Just seems like they were just trying to dominate like we got to be the biggest the baddest a fucking everybody today probably that anyway even when you bleed like not getting pulled and shit. Imagine someone's pouring. You can't say suck on your cats when you were a kid. Yeah i know but that's different. That's not pouring fucking blood down your fucking. You can't possibly your cut that much. I know and it's funny. I remember. i remember actually working when i was working with. Us social a. And i i read something about how sucking on your cut is If you cut and wipe it on your butthole that it would be less infected than if you suck on it because your mouth breeds. More back tyrian. Shit then your asshole does shrew. But i remember saying that somebody at work. So let's get to the last pope. Pope pious twelve reigned as the pope from us guys rain from thirty nine. That doesn't make sense at all. Whatever he reigned from nine hundred thirty nine and on because it says nineteen thirty nine thousand nine hundred thirty eight never. He never died still here so he rain. What was the year. Lilly says research us a while ago and wrote this out and went through all the shit surprised. I let this mess. But it says from one thousand nine hundred ninety nine hundred thirty eight so maybe i made it backwards. So he reigned as pope for a year and anxious. And that's that's pretty recent too. So pies is known.
Pope pays surprise visit to home of elderly Holocaust survivor
"A Vatican spokesman says Pope Francis visited a Holocaust survivor and Rome Saturday. Hungarian born author Edith Brock had been imprisoned in a serious of concentration camps as a child. She lost her parents and her brother there. Ah, Vatican spokesman said the pope wanted to honor those hurt by what he described as Nazi insanity. And stressed the importance that future generations know what happened. The Nazis and their allies killed about six million Jews and others in German occupied
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"Vested taper said like he can die. I paid off. He said i could fucking do like three hundred people so crazy. That's all gone. Pope urban there he could dive can probably do a whole fucking episode him. But he's he just like he brought everyone to war and he said if you join my army i'm going to. I'm going to reverse your sins you can. You can go me. Jesus and cock and the afterlife. It sounds fun. Okay you want to do that. And so pope. John was as evil as he is. Incompetent he came up with multiple malevolent schemes to gain power many of which ended in failure leading to his ultimate demise. Our the pope. Yeah i know so he could to get higher in power. I assume and to get to that. Goddamn pope status aware now bloomingdale sharing clearly one because you just call them pope john. Yeah it's true So john was rome spiritual leader and appointed auto the first emperor of germany in hopes that he would support him in the war against the burgh. Area i'm not going to pronounce. I write the second of italy for some reason. He betrayed auto and began talking with the audio was furious to hear about his betrayal and he actually defeated these homeboys. The other people at the pope. The burn burn gear and john had managed to escape by this point and so auto elected a new pope because they're all cahoots and everyone was share power. But like it's all it's clear there wasn't after the putty wrote the rule that he's greater talking. It's it's all of this is his retinas. It's like well. He says this and i say that. Now you like it's just like it's all this amalgamation of bullshit where people argue power sake and and then everyone's poor like just needs fucking bread band. I'm eating a rat every day and there's a guy beside him just deck to the nine. Yeah so i'm saying explicitly like having a president that has covered in gold. He's got gold rings got dope gold chain and everyone is poor outside of where he lives and his little fucking mansion. It's the same shit so odd. Oh and the new pope support each other in. Rome jotted sapped. I don't know why so. Many popes return to rome and he wanted to dispose of the new pope is that i was pope and now i want to be pope again. I want i want it. And so before. He could manage it. He was killed by someone believed to be the husband of one of his mistresses. These popes have a lot of mistresses. Or you're in power men number mica celebrity. Fuck fuck it wrong. I don't want to look it up right now but l. The hosts heads out there. Can you fuck it. Art are pope's allowed to have sex. Because i'm pretty sure they're not. There's someone on the cloth not supposed to do that. I'll figure it out later. It's fucking weird though. So i don't think they really care this point with all the taken. What their job is to seriously. Is this guy with my favorite pope. Name them all pope. Stephen it's probably stuff on. I'm imagining because i can tell you could be stephen. What his name is steven. It's probably stefan. But i'm gonna come pope stephen. The six wasn't only an evil pope. Probably one of the most craziest pope's on your crazy pope when yards all you're so crazy. Dementia mensur weyerhaeuser. When he became pope he actually had the previously. This is fucked okay. So when he became pope he added. The previous. Popes body exhumed so that that pope could stand trial oh. He accused a pope of several crimes and wanted him to answer for them. Sounds like schizophrenia. I guess and he's like fucked us like you're trying to cover up something you did. Maybe he did that shit. And he's like aside he'd like to get the heat off my back right now. A could because he said the crimes the accused him of. We're mainly just the actions he took while he was pope. He has he did. He is dead but you know you need if someone for the public isn't really care about him. He just needs a face for the public. Look at least. I have the power and i can resurrect this motherfucker. Jesus here let me let me dig up this old fuck and know what they did guy they places body on a throne and they found him guilty on. Somebody's dead body. I don't think much of a defense. But sure st continues to point fingers at this dead body. But you can't really stick up for yourself. And according to their logic right if he was pope technically and use of a man of god he would have reached heaven. so he's there like drinking is fucking jesus in the astle and then he's looking down and be like why the fuck are they. What are you what the fuck dug up which is weird. So when he was found guilty the body was thrown into the river timber. It's not fucked like h. Is the crazy shit in the world to dig up somebody and make them stand trial. Or it's gotta you know. Like i said it's just it's not for him i don't think he's actually like in his own head going. I yes this guy will get this etiquettes like. Oh fuck i fucked. Let's let's just convince everybody else can do this. Heat off a yeah. It's just like this is like he's like maybe i'll do some. That's so crazy that everyone will think. I'm the good guy i'm cool. I'm the cool guy but not long after the strange trial. Fucking pope goddamn stephen was assassinated. Maybe really could do that. And that motherfucker came back will kill you. So stephen was clearly completely insane and he will always be remembered as such which is the biggest defining moment of his reign is that he fucking dug up the pope before him put him on trial. And then that's pretty vetted as somebody say. I don't like this but you would have the people on the pope. That ernie died that we liked him. We liked him. Well don't be digging him up. Why are you doing that. Got some out there screaming at him. And that's how i got massacred. Yep oh so was the first one to touch. Yeah i liked it so innocent. The thirteenth brought the pet both rome he was brought to the palpable pal. Palpable paople thrown by a puppet master a cardinal who took a strong anti magic stance in the vatican and proves and persecuted. Suppose witches in intellectuals across europe did you this question. God and what god is so he's murdering witches and people that are intellectuals of people are questioning the churches. He's scared scared. So these guys are going to get too many if you just gotta start knocking them off one by one. Those stay week. Innocent was also known for pretty much bankrupting the palpable treasury by interfering in italian politics and pinning one province one provincial monarch against another so he was like he plotted like well. I'm going to get this guy mad and he's gonna get mad at that guy and then it's all my favor it's fucking weird like a lot of this is just like damn i'm powerful and i'm gonna pin you against you and it's always been.
Religious-based coronavirus vaccine conspiracies circulating online
"Of speech, freedom to practice religion, both pillars of American democracy. But those two freedoms have come together on social media in a way that may threaten to spread misinformation about the covert 19 vaccine. Reporting on this in The Washington Post is Elizabeth Dwoskin. She spoke with Cuomo's Tom Cutler. We've heard the bogus claims about microchips and vaccines for months now, But when did that claim and others start to target Christian communities online? Um, well, it's been it's been targeting Christian community is all year really? And but one of them more. Kind of Interesting aspect of this is how some of these conspiracy theories that you may have heard have blended into religious thought, particularly Samora, apocalyptically minded meanies that believe in the end times and you may have seen on Facebook. People talking about how the vaccine contains the mark of the beast, which is a passage relates to a passage from revelations. Um, amount. Facebook has said that they have banned list and in response to my increase Tic tac is so that they banned that hashtag. But it raises a lot of questions around religion, because when I spoke to a lot of people who put off this miss operation, they said that they were just raising questions. It was really just discussion they wanted to have. And actually, you see all over YouTube. On other sites. You see a lot of religious leaders in this country, leaders of churches and ministries trying to debate is that the mark of the beast and so you don't want to throw out the baby with the bathwater. Um In the kind of in his conversation. What about you reporting your piece here that the pope is in favor of Catholics getting the vaccine and other prominent religious leaders have said the same thing. Our social media influencer is getting Maura traction than the pope. Yeah, In some cases. Yeah, That's a really good question, because you have Certain very prominent religious leaders, including a prominent practice leader and the pope. Who, when I had Dr Baxter wanted to get the vaccine publicly, you know to really help this promotion effort. And yet you have combating against it. This tide of misinformation in the rank and file and it is a good question of whether of these leaders. World religious leaders will because they have a lot of authority, you know, and for people who are religious, they're going to have more authority may have more authority in public health organizations. It's from within. Your own community that you can be swayed and I think that's a Really interesting question of whether these religious leaders, combined with the actions of the tech companies make a difference or whether some of these beliefs have already kind of percolated unchecked for the last year. On social media and in many churches around the country. I really wish we had more time to talk about. This is a fascinating piece, and I would urge listeners to take a look at Washington Post Comets By Elizabeth Dwoskin Elizabeth. Thanks so much for your time
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"So he dealt with opposition in a brutal manner. Suppose we anyone that went against him he would torture or murder. Anyone who got in his way. Damase damn yes was hated by many people actually by the populace there were like ads. Okay like he's leaving me alone because he keeps fucking taking my kids. But i was fucking sick of anyway but he was more hated by the clergy. The members of the church so over forty bishops spoke out against his reign and is despicable actions and attempt to convict him of adultery due to the corruption of the vatican. The pope's influence he was never convicted. And all the bishops all the bishops. Retried that try to like get him killed so he had the district through tried. They were all tried to get him killed. I don't think that works. Who tried to convict him. Were killed so people that all kid i make for sensory i'll be trafficking victim and i'm getting murdered. He's like he sucks the fucker stocks. The fucking what do you do. I'm sure there is no security cameras to prove that it was him back in this. My thing i get. I get the and wind have a belief that god and having some substance of faith but when you go back and you actually like it. I said it's just. I don't think fuck and most christians are catholics. Are people of religion even know the history of their religion. They read one book. The bible the koran was the was the jewish one the fucking torah. Or whatever right they read one fucking or one or two books and and they're convinced that they know everything about the religion. But when you go back to research especially the people that are running a religion most times they were corrupt pieces of shit and just did whatever they could because they had the authority of the church on their side. You know what i mean. It's yeah but it's the whole like even if they do that it will be more or less like. Oh that's not true. That was planted there. That's not some of that ship. But so everyone was tried so they were killed so this guy got away with him selling women and children as sex slaves and even done so he got away to because you know the fucking vatican had his side gobi one will be one. Vatican sound like star wars. Do you know why they have a pine cone statue in the middle of vatican right did not know they had a pint consortium anywhere you know why why. You're glenn they understood that you're fucking the glenn is where your dreams come from and your second ability and all that shit you pinot gland. It's my it's my mom would say because she's a fucking nurse but there is so much pine cones in sim fucking symbols in history is because they pronounced it pine glam because it shaped like a fucking pine cone a gland. Fuck off fucking piece of shit. So pinas okay. Yeah that's that's where you're pied out gland is in your dick. That's why you don't dream. Probably i dream actually ally and it's always fucking awesome. What are you dreaming about. Awful sex constantly nonstop big booty bitches rub have. Do you have an uncut penis in your dreams. That phones pope urban sure pope. Urban pope keith. Urban that's where you took your name. Pope the most evil pope's because he admitted he caused many incidences between muslims and christians. Or at least the he wouldn't he probably isn't the most evil on because at least he has feelings about what he did. Did he say sorry or did you say fuck you. I just did. This is a big difference in a mission. I would think fuck you. I did this okay. So the crusades caused the crusades that caused countless deaths crusade. Yeah when the crusaders went off and they're like straight nipples gold in there fucking everybody's women and they're just like why. What are you guys doing why you burn down my hut russia. Jesus told us to wait. They told us to do it. So we jesus said fuck your wife. I fucked her and you cried in the corner but i laughed ta so the cruces gazi countless deaths and still have left some anger towards the christians to this day. 'cause you know there's got to fuck fuck and bathrooms kuttab fuck around. It'd be the muslims against the christians would be thuc leigh's goddamn christians are trying to think of. I thought it was. I thought actually that was against the muslims asserted one painting that like every fucking church has the globe holding a book and he's running towards other children with love and then he's like the bad people that i think like. Yeah it's like the left like chaos in his week and it's like a it's like a glove holding a book and he's all happy you can't even depict fucking mohammed was being fucking shot or killed like the remember. Remember the fucking shit in paris. The terrorist attack in paris. France wasn't that a bill those cartoons depicting muhammad. Then i don't know the relational though like i don't remember exactly what that is. A thing that that muslims came into the came and draw muhammad or look at him. And i read a book. Reptilians that in the guide to shift from history and put together in a book and he kind of said that mohammed was just a person like how jesus was in some and that he just took amalgamation of a bunch of different religions and made it up that a law and muslims. If you listen to this and not going to like me but I'm not a fan of religion any religion but it's i don't know if this is completely true but it's the fact that he law was actually god in another fucking religion and then there's all these different laws and all these different religions and the guys that i like law. I sounds like a good name. And then he took him and then he made his own fucking stupid religion. So how's stories. It's weird just makes up their shit and they put it in a book and then fucking five hundred years later. Like that's fact god's so this homeboy pope urban. He assembled a large army by saying no matter. What you've done you get a chance into heaven. you could have raped a girl. You could've fucked your neighbor. It didn't matter because he said that if you join his army you will be relieved of all sin you could have merger whole on. Jesus was he. Yeah he'll early said no inch you of your sins. If you come enjoying my army so he said oh who die by the way whether by land or sea or in battle against the pagans sure shall have immediate mission of sins. This i grantham through power of god with which i am.
Pope hails Colombia for giving needy Venezuelans protection
"Francis says Columbia is doing the right thing by granting protections to Venezuelan migrants who have fled economic hardship at home. In his remarks in ST Peter's Square today, the pope said he wanted to recognize Columbia's decision. Last week, Colombia's president announced a 10 year protection statute allowing 1.8 million Venezuelan citizens to stay opening up the option to apply for permanent residency. Francis is originally from Argentina. He noted that while Colombia is not a wealthy country and has its own problems, it had the courage to help those in desperate need.
Pope hails Colombia for giving needy Venezuelans protection
"Says Columbia is doing the right thing by granting protections to Venezuelan migrants who have fled economic hardship at home. In his remarks in ST Peter's Square today, the pope said he wanted to recognize Columbia's decision. Last week, Colombia's president announced a 10 year protection statute allowing 1.8 million Venezuelan citizens to stay opening up the option to apply for permanent residency. Francis is originally from Argentina and noted that while Colombia is not a wealthy country and has its own problems, it had the courage to help those in desperate need.
Sexual Initiation Techniques That Actually Work
"This person rates in from denver. He says i'm fifty nine. She sixty one been married for twenty. Six years were empty nesters. Living in cova times frequency is about two to three times a month. But it's gotten very pretty predictable. Can you help me with sexual initiation. I want to keep things fresh mo. We can try brandon. How do you initiate sex. Oh jeez sometimes. I'm very lazy. And i do the what is it. What do you call it the poco. I know you're there. And the other times i find that i do have to kind of push myself. I know that i enjoy sex. Knew that that. I know that you enjoy sex so i know that if i push myself to initiate that it's going to likely be a win win for all part but how do you initiate so. Yes the puck from behind like especially in the shower lately. Come into mcdonald's tang my towel on that. Just hold my towel. How old do i initiate. You feel like you're putting me on the spot. I mean the pope from behind his goto. What else do i do. You tell me so. I i tend to initiate sex by Touching caressing kinda stroking your body. I think that that's what works. And it's funny. Because as i'm saying what i do. I know that that's what works for me. Like i know that that sensuous touch is what relaxes me and kind of gets me into the head space physically and mentally into sex. Why do that when we're trying. I'm trying to initiate sex with you. Yeah you're very you're definitely physical. I think most people sink physically when they think about sexual initiation you. I guess i want to begin by talking about planting sex seeds. So this is from our latest book the book that i wrote with marla the ultimate guide to seduction and four play. And i make sure. I plug it so that you know that this is marlins work too because succeeds are actually her creation in. She describes them as seductive clues about what is to come in a future sexual experience so they can be planted in the morning. If you wanna get busy at night or you can plant them throughout the week before you meet and you know she says to really consider what type of sex. Your lover likes. So do they like it romantic. Do they like to be filmed. Are they publicly. Experimental and really think about an aerobic activity that you can plan on your own and plant a seed to set the tone so if your partner likes to be spanked. Maybe you're leaving a spanking instrument in their car like a paddle spoon from the kitchen. Or maybe you leave a photo of it in their purse or their briefcase or maybe you leave them a note in their lunch bag and text them a photo of it in your hands. You're the ideas. You're watering the succeed. Kind of leaving additional clues. And i know people aren't really going to work right now but still you have different areas of your home you can use and it. It's interesting 'cause marla reminds us that this whole process of planting succeeds can kind of offer a distraction to reduce stress overall. And help you to kind of weave eroticism throat your day to day interaction so i think the most important thing that i would want to emphasize that initiating sex can't really happen on the spot right. It is really about the way you interact at breakfast for the evening or on monday for
World's 2nd-oldest person fends off COVID-19 ahead of her 117th birthday
"That is worth our time, I think is the story of the French. None. Have you seen this? This woman was alive. During the Spanish flu in 1918. All right, So let's just follow me here on this and and listen to the numbers. She was alive and got the flu and beat the flu. And now She has on her. She was 117 years old this week. Her name is Sister Andree. She was also attacked by the Corona virus. Remember, she's 117. He's had a retirement home in too long, which is one of the southern most cities in France. He was one of dozens people in the home who tested positive for the virus. But this week, sister Andre was declared recovered from the virus, allowing her to hold on to her title. As the oldest living European and second oldest person in the world. When she was 115, the pope said her a personal letter and blessed her. She's blind lives in a wheelchair or moves around of the real chair as she was in she witnessed both world wars. And today is here. 117th birthday.
Promoting Your Book And How to Get More Interviews
"Here's the problem with most marketing and promotion of an expense inevitably. You're going to do paid ads. It might work. It might not but what if you could do some marketing and promotion without having to spend much money if any money at all. My solution interviews. Now i get a lot of people will say. Well i done interview and every time i do it. I don't see any instantaneous cells. stick with it. this is one of those things that's going to require a lot of stacking the more interviews you can land the more visible and more discoverable. You will become because it's going to take a little bit of time for you to build the no like and trust factor so thinking that you're gonna get one interview or two interviews and you're all of a sudden going to become the bee's knees and your niche unrealistic. That's why it's time we talk about how to get more of these interviews. But where do you go. How do you even get book for an interview in the first place. Believe it or not is rather simple folks. Don't want to overcomplicate the process. Let's started out with the very first thing you need to do as preparation because this is critical. If you don't have anything prepared don't even bother going and getting booked for podcast or youtube channel whatnot. That's easy for me to say the very first thing you're going to need is the press kit. Now you've probably going off great here. We go here we go. He said i wasn't gonna spend money but now he's asking me to spend money necessarily not necessarily you can get by with whatever you have at your disposal. The very first thing you're going to need prescott is going to be headshots. Notice said head shots. Okay not a selfie. You got to get somebody else. Shoot it for you so your hands are free and you could look normal instead of like someone on instagram gay. You're gonna wanna make sure you get a few of these headshots now. I would recommend if you have the know-how or you know somebody someone that's semi pro. Have them clean up your amateur shots get it to where it looks a bit more professional. And you don't need to look like you went to you know glamor shots by any stretch Or rowland mills in my dating myself on this one. But you're gonna wanna make sure these shots look nice in its presentable. I'm also going to recommend that you have the regular shots. And then get some with the transparent background with a p. and g. if you can get a background removal of some sort of for instance removed. Bg has a free service available to. I believe in even sticker mule has a free one and you can get the background completely removed and save it as a p. and g. file the reason you wanna have something like that is when you get booked onto a podcast or youtube channel whatnot. They can use that transparent background image on any number of assets and it makes their life a little easier. And they're gonna go. Oh my gosh. This person's prepare soul things. You want to make sure your. Wow ingham right out the gate you're going to need a short bio in links now notice said short bio it should not be a page long paragraph tops. We're talking hundred to no more than two hundred words. Two hundred words you go on a little long you at least have something to work with. Relevant links means. Get the things that you absolutely need and put it in a prioritized order because chances are very likely. If you've got three links or five links or six links the host is probably going to go. okay. I'm going to pick this top one and just say this one so it could probably be your author side. It could be your facebook page. It could be your youtube channel. It could be your email list. It could be your book that you're promoting. She's probably a good idea. additional information. That'll sell who you are. And what you bring to. The table should be included. So if you have any kind of accolades or awards or anything noteworthy that really builds relevance to who you are and why you should come onto a specific interview. Then it should be their brief brevity. It's so important. It's you wanna the of great headshots. You wanna wild with a great bio and some relevant links in any accolades but don't go so overboard that they have so much stuff they don't even know what to do with it. One really cool extra thing Puts the chef's kiss on things. It is a media kit. You probably saying wait hanging a at a press kit immediate the same. Gosh sort of a media. Kit is more like a one page or two page report of sorts. That has all the stuff. Condensed down onto a pretty form. Now this is the part. I'm going to tell you. I do my media kit through canada. I don't spend a dime on my media. Gets i know. I've done a video on five or where they can have it done for you. And that's a nice little bit more strapped for cash. I would recommend going to cambe canvas. Probably going to be a good solution. It will require a little bit of time and you can take one their templates and just go through. And i honestly i just go in and do my stuff through camp. All you gotta do. Is this look media or press kit over on cambe. Pope some different variations. And you just gotta fill in the blanks from there. It's just super super super simple.
Pope seeks 'Copernican revolution' for post-COVID economy
"Francis is urging governments to use the coronavirus crisis as an opportunity to create a world that's more economically and environmentally chest away basic healthcare is guaranteed full application yeah corner location of graffiti he plans annual foreign policy address to ambassadors accredited to the holy see Francis said the current crisis provides a helpful opportunity to rethink the relationship between individuals and the economy I think this need for a kind of new component can revolution that could put the economy at the service of men and women not vice versa Francis urged governments to contribute to global initiatives to provide vaccines to the pole and to use the pandemic as a chance to reset what he said was a sick economic model I'm Charles the last month
Israeli PM Netanyahu's corruption trial resumes weeks before election
"Has a court date in Jerusalem Monday morning. It's a photo op, the media savvy prime minister of Israel wanted to avoid just six weeks ahead of the election. What will be another referendum on his leadership? The Benjamin Netanyahu is required to show up in court Monday morning here in Jerusalem, as the evidentiary phase of his corruption trial begins over 300 witnesses that to testify against Netanyahu on allegations he accepted elicit gifts. And exchanged regulatory perks for positive media coverage. He faces charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust charges He staunchly denies. Giordano Miller ABC NEWS Jerusalem, Pope Francis appointed the
Pope expresses 'solidarity with the people' of Myanmar
"The pope is coming down against the military leaders. In his Sunday address from ST Peter's Square, Francis expressed his solidarity with the people of Myanmar. You're listening to NPR
Pope appoints first woman Under-Secretary with right to vote in Synod of Bishops
"Pope Francis has appointed a woman is an undersecretary of the Cenote of bishops. Sister Natalie. Big Car will also be the first woman with the right to vote in the Senate and which is the body of bishops that studies major questions of doctrine. She's been a consultant at the center since 2019. Its secretary general, Cardinal Mario Greg said her appointment signal the pope's desire that women be more involved in the church's decision making bodies.
Pope seeks to encourage musicians silenced by coronavirus
"Had some words of encouragement for musicians of struggling through the pandemic. ABC is Megan Williams in Rome Adventure song by Christine and the Queen's was a 2020 hit, but most musicians have been hit hard cheese. On Thursday, The pope urged musicians not to lose heart during the corona virus pandemic when concert halls have been closed, practicing made difficult, and many have lost jobs and human contact. In the video message for the fourth International Conference on Music, the pope highlighted the plight of musicians who have found themselves without work force to find other jobs to get. By Meghan Williams. ABC NEWS Rome Rising
Pope sets date to honor 'forgotten' grandparents and elders
"Pope Francis has established an annual day to honor grandparents and other elders pope Francis has announced that every year on the fourth Sunday of July the Roman Catholic Church will pay tribute to older adults lamenting that they often forgotten despite the wisdom they have to offer society in on it under what this sentiment cat told H. is a gift the grandparents of the joining link between the different generations to transmit their experience of life and faith to the young people the Vatican says Francis will celebrate a special mass in honor of them on the evening of July twenty fifth this year pandemic restrictions permitting the pope who is eighty four frequently mentions grandparents in his remarks for the value to society I'm Sarah basses
Jason Witten To Retire (Again), Intends To Sign 1-Day Contract With Dallas Cowboys
"Jason witten is retiring for the second time. You imagine this time. It's for good camp. And he's already he'd be good in the booth in witten shop. Future broadcast coaches. Kids is what he should do. A ton of money to bail. Coach for the cowboys wouldn't be a bad idea right. Never know what's gonna sign this one day contract with them in march and retire with them and maybe he'll end up on mike. Mccarthy staff will see.
Today Is International Holocaust Remembrance Day
"Holocaust Remembrance Day in March, 76 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz Auschwitz death camp. Many events are planned, including ones at the Auschwitz Birkenau Memorial Museum and Poland, Yod Vashem in Israel and the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington. The presidents of Israel, Germany and Poland are among those delivering remarks, Pope Francis today warned that warped ideologies can pave the way to another mass extermination.
Amy Schumer explains her part in Hilaria Baldwin controversy
"Amy Schumer. Hmm. Just talking about her role in the insane drama. Surrounding Hill area, Baldwin and her exaggerated Spanish roots. Ms. Schumer got caught up in the controversy after sharing several snaps poking fun. At Hilaria Baldwin, the fitness guru, mother of five, of course, wife of Alec Baldwin for claims she was pope poking fun at herself, not at Hill area. For claiming to be from Spain when she was actually born in Boston. But Amy made it clear that she only had love for Hilaria Baldwin, she said. Well, she's amazing. I wish her and her family the best, and I hope she gets to visit Spain as much as she wants. Schumer had weighed in making light of the situation, saying, I feel like it was so insane and entertaining that I think hilarious probably the only person who's happy about the insurrection in the capital because it distracted people from Her Spanish roots, not trying through. It was the same time. But then she went on to say she's amazing. I wish her the best. We'll know what Amy posted. It was funny. It was a picture of Malaria with her new baby and Hillary is ah yoga guru She's got, you know, teeny, tiny fit body and Amy Schumer also just had a baby. And what Amy posted was just me and Gene, you know, enjoying our you know. Making some joke that it though this is a picture of me and my baby when it wasn't she was making fun of herself.
S13E26 The evil eye - burst 5
"Using facebook and Snapchat, even try mastodon server is zero. My goal is a world where free software options dominate the market and we guaranteed not to move in that direction. If we stay inside a tiny echo chamber I, suppose F goals but not their strategies adequately per night agree with that sentiment. Gary, food emailed us a document when Alan mentioned that he enjoyed his test drive in his next Pope Mobile Tesla. I thought you were going to expand on the they reportedly have modified up into running on infotainment systems also, Martin may be interested to know that you can play. Driving Games on the center screen using the cost steering wheel while waiting to charge the so I can't give too much away here but I'm very much aware of that because the the software studio that makes those games the Ron has, does we partner with a canonical for a product we're working on
"pope" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"Do that? Many good in the mood Sunnyvale. Oh get get in now Maria. What do you need like? Am I gonNA do that so I'll just I'll just say I say Barada you say Barada Dude. I've never heard you talk like this ever like I. How many times you don't really see me say carbone? I'll say but I just feel like even hearing you say it to me. It would be like. Oh that's why a lot of people like turned off by because you go away. You don't talk like that. No but that's just what the food is but it's not that that's what the food is not to you. That's how my parents say it. So that's how I if I grew up my parents just like octopus legs. That's what I would call. You know what I'm saying you know a group of Fuck Gins all dead GonNa have. It's so weird it all. It's Kinda like when you're watching the news right. And the guy's saying his name and then he gets to his last name and it just says it Mad Spanish hector people up on Domingo Sabatino rumbling. Gets back to you guys and I'm like that was so oh at a place there and like I get it I get. It's a cultural thing I know but it just feels I don't know why but I get it because it makes me feel weird because when I hear fucking jotted AUDELA renaissance lose my fucking mind boost. Yeah my bitch can get good nice. Yeah all right cool even even that Italy bunch so I just feel weird. You know doing that but I feel like also it's sort it is. I feel kind of weird. I feel weird like an Italian restaurant. Obviously they would know what I mean if I was going to get the medical right right but if I said it in a different restaurant where they just happen to have that this guy is fucking Americanised. Shit he's Irish or something. Maybe when we get the money I look I look weird to that guy if I say in Italian restaurant no one could have bad night but I feel like a phone because I'm like but then also if I can get the Kala Mari. This guy is going to be doc. Defunct us now where it's called like whatever he's like this fucking American piece of Shit you know you think I'm over thinking it but there's no right answer for growing up. What did your parents parents say? My Mom said one thing and my Dad said another my dad said although Oh God fuck and he said that she my mom's Puerto Rickaby. She said all that stuff. Also call chicken parm. Chicken Palms Palm. Psalms Maple Palms in Boston. Yeah I was like Whoa. Who are you good will hunting? How many accents is she? She drake genius janitor talking about chicken fucking. She's can you get me a meatball palm. Mom It's farm it's pom Pom Porn Porn Porn. He said porn they stairs ears stairs stairs. I can't say stares at say like stairs. You just said it. Nobody like stairs. Ars Go upstairs. Would you say I try. It's like stairs. It's it's stairs stairs. I don't know the our our fuels. We are coming out of my mouth sometimes but like you don't say you know when you when we joke around the accident would go upstairs. I don't say like that. Yeah obviously but you say you say stairs stairs. Yeah like the are doesn't come out as cash just like how I say like ask. I don't say ask I say ask is is like when I'm telling a story I can say. Is that what you want me to ask. But I can't say in the no sense like he asked me to do that. I'll say ax. It's also like to though if you're like fired up you'll say like you'll say get outta here because it's part of a whole sentence get out of the forget like you'll do it because as part of a sentence but it's like yeah. I'm not from here mummy. See you didn't say here. I'm not from here. We don't say here languages. So isn't it weird. Here's our we had drunk I. I'm from here which been sober for so long. I haven't been here Ebony. Isn't that weird mentally reflexive away at here. Come over here. I hate when people say. Can you come here. Come here for saying I'll say mirror Komo here. Come here come here. I'd be like fucking your cats. Come here come here is for pet. Yeah come here. One hundred percent communities But if you said hey come here my fucking dog fuck you stand up for so yeah that last one was poopie speaking Italian. You see the Pope Postel. You know I don't think he is wait. But he lives in Italy the He says he says Gama. Oh but I see the pope the stupid the head but I did not see. The pope never seen the pope so the pope was doing. What's his name Benedict? They're like still Pope Benedict Bennett. I thought he was gone. I don't know man Pope Pope Arnold Pope John. Paul got shot remember. That did he did and they put them in the pope mobile apart mobile. This is fire. dotes he's gotta be spirit. KRISTA comes again this is as the Ashwin doubled the money but he taking some hands shaking hands as he does. That's what he does he prays and he shakes so he was shaking hands in some some woman as he was getting down the line he was like all right. Shook enough these peasants hands. I'm going to go walk up in the church. Get a pop in for the Knights New Year's so he goes to this was yesterday. Yeah so he goes to turn away and this little Asian woman in the front underpaying. Her picture hasn't been in. Asia grabs the pope's hand and pulls the puck towards her wall. Yes yanked pope okay. No Yankee the pope hope. You can't Yank Pope Pope. Yeah there's like two roles in life. You don't the Yankee the Paul three rules don't murder don't rape don't Yank that poll on the Yankee of the pope. So she yankee did the pope. Yeah and the pope got tight. I mean I. He was yanked any slapped her hand. NO POPE SLAP TO POPA celebrity. The hand that Woman's going to hell yes. The high the closest man's got on the earth. Slap your hand away from his special spirit hand. Yeah his old holy hands. Don't touch me touch me bitch with your hands. She's GonNa Agent Hell. Yeah which probably not that bad. It's probably Nice but Dan. That's crazy. Hope slaps me you're not coming back from that to imagine and it was on TV in the U you see gets like visibly upset because she yanks the shit out of. You can't make the team poke. I'm on team. I'd smacker that that the hand that the myself He doesn't have have like holy security or something. They were there but like they realized that she's not a crazy threat. Someone Yanks the pope you. You can't make that call you gotta put it down. Apparently he apologized he apologized. He was yanked here but said it showed like bad temperament was yanked it. I'm the pope. Can't just begin yanked true now we're going to think you can yank and you can't Yank can't Yankel Pope Kanka Pope. DOC ID. These are easy rules people that might have been a commandment and it might. We might have to add to the ten and Meghan. Eleven thousand. Not Kill now should not commit mid adultery now. Dow Shot Yanked Pope. Yes rattle off all ten now. I don't know anymore Dow shot you know. I don't think I don't think could name the ten committee. I can name the ten crack amendments. I can name those as well better than I can name the actual Ten Commandments Hill. Thou shall value neighbor. Is that one the fuck it's like. It's like don't rat on the way that you want to be treated like don't snitch dolts niches a commandment. Pro Don't snitch Here we go. I got the commandments. Right here I am the Lord. God Thou Shalt not have any shrink strange gods before me so like no strange dudes. Okay no strange gods not no other gods except me on your one. God subtle shot at the gays. But that's fine. Yes yeah it's kind of fucked up. Thou shalt not take the name of Lord in vain. Jesus Christ I was thinking. She's all these roles. Yeah it's crazy. How about the balls on this and I'm your only got no other gods also don't disrespect my name you you know what I'm saying? God was a thug. Remember to keep holy remember to keep holy the Sabbath Day so just get down on Sundays. Sunday's honor thy father and mother. I'm cool with that. You don't slow. My Momma started. Cool off he started off hot was I. Don't disrespect expect me. But now he's like you'll just be nice to your parents and back on God's side Thou shalt not kill. That's an easy one back. On God's side God does thou shalt not commit adultery stop fucking people's wives shit thou shalt not steal. I mean I- stolen about forgiveness on the side. Yes for sure. I'm still riding with God although yeah what else. Thou shalt not bear fault witness against neighbor. Don't snitch no snitching is this. Is this the God literally said. Don't Snitch snitch bitch. Don't expect me I've ever. I can't believe I've ever ever cross God. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife. Now what's a neighbor that's true. Is that the same town. What if my neighbors are married? What about the lady like five doors down she fair game and I really technically my neighbor? We live in the same bill which is on we own the black. You know what I'm saying. What the law? What about? That's someone's wife in like Iowa. That's not. That's not a neighbor's neighborly at all. No Man's wife from hole in the wall but you know after a couple of Jameson Zachary's Thackeray's Zachary's and then genius Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbor's goods don't steal again it yeah why are you reminded us pro. The tenth commandment forbids wanting to or taking someone else's property. How's that different than stealing? I think they got lazy Eh. God Foam that last one in. We need one more. He was like all right here. We go The the commit adultery. One I'M GONNA go back to that one. Because there's there's a thing here it says this commandment also includes fornication which is sex between unmarried people. Sorry prostitution uh-huh let those ladies get money back off team. God pornography back way off team gone off team God homosexual activity. Come on hold you guys. Twenty God was thrown. Subset the gays. I was the first this track masturbation. God I it's Nice knowing where the first districts right here Sunan mad people group sex. You can have either come on rape again. I get seem team. God Point Incest. Back Point Pedophilia definitely absolutely sue points. Four points and a necrophilia. I'll give them double up to six. Point can't fuck the dead. It's kind of a draw though. Kind of giral. Yes so many revised revis these a bit. Yeah I think you should be able to update that at least put like a radius on the neighbor. We just made a new lion king. I I think we can make a new commandment I believe. He's got two steals on here. We can sub one of these out for don't Yank. The pope could be tenth one. Don't the Yankees. Don't get too Paul. The pope also. Why can't priests have sex? Yeah I mean that's always been a big thing for me. Do you think that has anything to do with one hundred boys stuff one hundred percent really yes.
"pope" Discussed on The Frame
"But Christ did not come down from the cries because those granted the right words no a pope must go and put up be the personification of the crucified. Christ if you do issue will damage the papacy forever damage. Will I do if I remain. When France first approaches has benedict? He comes to To extensively to resign he wants to leave the church and he. He is fully respectful of whatever he thinks benedict. He is the pope. And there's a sense of all when he walks into the Sistine Chapel Allan. This is something about the presence of Benedict and I had that as an actor because You know as a young actor. I've I've followed Anthony Hopkins career. And I. Yeah I was nervous of meeting him in working with him on that sensible and wonder about this particular man with this fellow Welshman and then the other side of it is that Tony and I just got on really really well and we made each other laugh. There was intense rivalry between the two overs because the coal sheet which lists the actors names and the order of seniority on the of the cast and I was number one and number two. Is Tony Tony Hopkins and he was constantly ribbing me for being number one. He kept moving the number on my trailer to his and had huge huge signs made for his trailer trying to boost his importance and we email each other quite often and he still emails me. Good morning number one from manage the points from Sir number two. Just let me know. We're talking with Jonathan Pryce about his movie. The two popes Fernando seems teams very willing to let you as actors be actors. He's very patient with a camera. Not doing anything too. Fancy of the cameras very present. It's very close to. US actors. Turn Cesar the cameraman When I was first in Bonus Harris on the first day? I'm always saying things about the scene. And Fernando came came to me says don't worry about what says Uh said he's the other director and it was just wonderful to watch his work. You've got static cameras and most of the scenes and in the middle says is a hand held and you can save on the camera's always moving and you just knew every ever you did says I was going to capture it any little. Look any whatever he was there. You know it's it's about two men talking but they energy and the movement in those do a logs. It's just it's wonderful and that's why you know a lot of the audience will go in thinking. Oh we're going to see rather dry conversation between two pokes and we undercut those expectations all the time with the foam. Even the opening sequence funds were. He's on the phone trying to book a ticket. Welcome to this guy. Good Morning I am looking team for a flight from Rome to produce. I know I can book it on the Internet but I wanNA just moved here. Begun you hockey goalie. Well yes in fact. I'm not sure Vatican City and the agent hangs up on him when he says his return address is the Vatican data. Can She thinks that the opening image and laughter out from the audience and I. It's great because it's we let them know it's okay to laugh. Jonathan great to see you. Thanks for calling the show. Thank you very much thanks. The two popes is in select theaters eaters now in on Net flicks on December twentieth. And that'll do it for today. I'm John Horn. Thanks for listening. We're back here tomorrow at the Broadcast Center..
"pope" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Initially. Rome didn't take Martin. Luther Challenge seriously part of this was due to a fundamental lack of understanding of of the political temperature in Germany. By the time Rome started to realize luther power it was too late even excommunicating him. I'm from Church. In fifteen. Twenty one did nothing to reduce his influence but Lutherans grassroots challenge to papal authority was not the only only one in the works. Further power would be taken by an unlikely person. Charles the fifth emperor of the Holy Roman Empire Hire Charles. The fifth was not only the ruler in central Europe but through his inheritance of the Spanish crown he ruled much of southern Italy elite two. He gained even more Italian territory in the north after a war against France in fifteen twenty two when Ugo would have been twenty see Rome. It seemed was surrounded by Charles and his power was becoming a real threat when Pope Clement. The seventh was elected acted to the papacy in fifteen twenty three. He signed an alliance with France and went to war against Charles. The pope was now fighting leading the holy Roman Empire. All these nations were Catholic but political and imperial ambition trumped religious solidarity unfortunately unfortunately for Clement Charles Armies pushed south down the Italian peninsula and eventually Rome was sacked in fifteen twenty seven in his defense. Charles himself hadn't actually sanctioned the sack of Rome rather it was carried out by mutinous troops in his imperial army me who hadn't been paid. They saw the city as a perfect place to ransack for its wealth. Over the course of several days thousands were killed as clement was forced into hiding it only ended when he paid the looters an enormous ransom to leave the sack of Rome. Shock shock the Christian world and no doubt shocked Hugo as well for the second time during his formative years a foreign army had defeated and and humiliated his home country in his early life. Ugo was not particularly religious or active in the church. Being from a wealthy family access. Excess to earthly pleasure would have been much more tempting than spiritual enlightenment particularly in a city. That was so far away from Rome but the Outcome of the war was hard to miss. Peace negotiations took place in Bologna in fifteen twenty nine once again Ugo now twenty. Any seven had a front row seat to the highest levels of international politics exposed to the humiliation of the papal states. Defeat in a very very explicit way. This humiliation would be furthered the following year when clement publicly absolve the soldiers who participated in the sack cover own while Rome was licking its wounds. It continued to have its authority challenged abroad this time. That challenge came from England.
"pope" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Hi I'm Vanessa. Richardson and I'm Carter. Roy Welcome to historical figures figures apart cast original every other Wednesday. We discuss different persons lasting historical impact unique personality and impression on the world around them. And you can find episodes of historical figures and all other par- cast originals for free on spotify. Or wherever. You listen to podcasts. To stream historical figures. Here's for free on spotify. Just open the APP tap browse anti historical figures in the search bar. Our audio biographies cover big lives but we like to focus on little known facts today. We're discussing the life of Pope Gregory the thirteenth an important figure in the early modern Catholic Church and creator of the Gregorian calendar. which we all still use today at par cast? We are grateful for you our listeners. There's you allow us to do it. We love let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast in twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoy today's as episode the best way to help us to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help. We also now have merchandise head to par cast dot dot com slash merch for more information now back to the life of Gregory the thirteenth long before he took the name Gregory Thirteen upon becoming pope. He was called Old Yugo Bone Company. He was born in the early hours of January. Seventh Fifteen O two in Bologna. Italy not much is known about goes early life. We do know that he was the fifth son of Christopher Obon company a merchant and in Angela Murray Scali who goes family was wealthy and part of the Bolognesi aristocracy. Naturally his upbringing would have been been quite privileged back then. Italy looked quite different from the way we know it today. It wasn't a united country but rather a collection of kingdoms in republics with the papal states in the middle of them the papal states worth theocratic monarchy led by the pope in Rome. Government ornament was administered by the church. The church was the state. Although while the religious beliefs of the church influence the government. The church considered it's political mission to be separate from its religious one. There was Canon law which set religious standards and practices and civil law. Aw which governed the day to day administration of the state after Rome Bologna was the second most important city in the papal states. And one of its it's most prosperous at the time. The University of Bologna was famous for its law school which attracted students from all over Europe including young Ugo. He was a brilliant student with a natural talent for the law. Both civil and Canon while he was so The the year after his graduation in fifteen thirty the twenty nine year old Yugo was made a professor at the university for the next eight years. Here's he would spend his days teaching there. Clearly the law was something he was passionate about but the man who would become pope was born into turbulent times not just for the Catholic Church but all of Europe the untenable instability instability that Ugo witnessed would inspire him to be a lifelong agent reform. The pope's that rule Rome during the renaissance of the Fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Were anything but saints to put it mildly. You can say that again. The Papal court was a decadent den of sin thin with many cardinals taking multiple mistresses. Some like Pope Alexander. The sixth from the notorious Borgia family openly had affairs. Even after being elected pope nepotism was also rampant. Pope's would appoint family members as cardinals. Some of whom were barely nearly teenagers. Others would give papal lands to relatives which in turn would be used to make their families wealthier. They would also use their position addition to marry off family members and develop ties with other powerful European families. This was also a time of fundraising for the church. Almost always always through nefarious means. Rome of the early Fifteenth Century was rundown and hardly looked the part of the center of Western European Christianity Christianity. Big changes were needed if they were to create an awe inspiring place of pilgrimage for the faithful but big changes would require big money and it wasn't just building projects that needed funding. The Papal court lived lavishly. Throwing parties in accumulating accumulating finery when pope six discs the fourth was crowned in fourteen seventy one his coronation Tiara cost over a hundred thousand ducats. One third of the annual paypal allowance traditionally most of the Church's revenue came from performing its spiritual duties throughout Europe as well as levying taxes in the papal states however by the time of the renaissance. These avenues weren't enough to fund the grand plans plans. These popes had for their church the papacy turned to a whole host of unscrupulous. Means to make money one of these included selling offices offices in the room and Korea the bureaucracy through which the church ran its affairs. The number of members and the Korea exploded the ranks of cardinal swelled and eventually positions were made up just so they could be sold pope innocent. The eighth had fifty two men on staff just to take care of the lead seals on official documents over time the salaries from these purchased positions would exceed the amount amount that was paid for them making them lucrative for the cardinals this practice extended to bishops who had by several diocese than simply simply sit back and collect the revenue some bishops never even set foot in the diocese that made them rich. This was problematic for anyone. Looking for spiritual guidance or salvation. They were essentially on their own until the church invented. What was perhaps? Its most egregious. Way of raising money. The sale of indulgences indulgences were spiritual blessings sold at a price and they had become tools for raising money and flat out corruption sometimes. The proceeds were used to fund reconstruction in Rome. Sometimes bishop's would split the money with the papacy and line their own pockets as well. Salvation now came at a price and the highest bidder received it to the devout. This was unacceptable. Many began to see Rome as a hive of worldly decadence and utter corruption and slowly. The Church Church started losing. Its power as the dominant political force in Europe. In France King Francis Francis the first began a campaign of conquest in northern Italy a region that had been claimed by various European rulers over the years the French army. He made it all the way to Florence not far from Google doorstep in Bologna in order to prevent the French armies from continuing down the Italian peninsula an insult into the papal states. Pope Leo the Tenth signed the Concordat of Bologna in fifteen fifteen with King Francis the Concordat Court stipulated that France would be allowed to appoint church leaders in its territory. This essentially created a French national church. One that the pope nope had very little control over Yugo bone companmy would have been thirteen years old. When the treaty was being negotiated in his home town it was customary for monarchs and high ranking clergy to make big entrances when arriving in a city so ugo would have likely been aware sure of what was happening which ultimately was a bad thing for the church not only had this whole affair diminish the pope sphere of influence in Europe but had shown the public that the papal states couldn't defend themselves against foreign invaders and this was just the beginning of the Church's troubles in the sixteenth century schism was brewing in Western Europe? One that would shake the church to its very core split. Entire nations ends and caused thousands upon thousands of deaths in the centuries to calm that seismic event was the Protestant reformation the the reformation was a religious and political rift that swept across Europe challenging the Papacy Authority the desire to reform the corrupt church had been simmering for decades on October. Thirty First Fifteen. Seventeen it boiled over German Fryer Air and theology Professor Martin Luther posted his infamous ninety five theses on the door of All Saints Church in Britain. Berg Luther her like many in Germany resented the opulence the corruption and the lack of spirituality in Rome he proposed the radical idea idea that people were saved from damnation through faith alone and not through the church's indulgences his spiritual teachings called for a more or personal relationship with God rather than relying on priests for that connection. He translated the Bible into German to empower the common people people to explore the scripture which he believed to be the ultimate religious authority. The Catholic Church only permitted the Bible in Latin making. Lay Okay. People who didn't speak the ancient language reliant on priests to explain what was in it. This was another way. The church exerted. Its control thanks. Thanks to the relatively recent advent of the printing press luther is ideas spread through Europe within a few months but UGO the future. Pope Gregory lived in papal Italy. It's unlikely he would have been exposed to the Protestant way of thinking in fifteen seventeen. Despite losing losing power abroad room still had strong control over. Its own territory.
"pope" Discussed on Awards Chatter
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Tomorrow was the name of this newspaper that is run by your character. Who was is it fair to say he. He was modelled on Rupert Murdoch. I think that's who he was conscious for. You and I remember I saw one of your interviews where you said you were a little disappointed when this big when you saw the big speech that you had in that film how did it turn out wonder that it was a very important very meaningful speech about the the state of the industry at the time the media industry and trump comes along speech. I learned it and I delivered it. I thought really well I go to see the movie and they start the speech kind of settled down to my seat thing. This is a good bit now and you actually cut way to peers running through having fistfights shooting and then they come back a little bit it may and they're all fighting and then you can hear the speech going on the voice over Hollywood speaking of Hollywood. Would you know big movie experiences. I would imagine the pirates of the Caribbean where you've done your three in three of those as as the governor the father of Karen. Lee's this character the first one a lot of people were skeptical about that. You know you're GonNa make a movie out of a ride or whatever what was your outlet going in and and then just working on something of that scale initially you when they sent me the script I couldn't find a reason but not doing thank you got to go to the Carribean Yeah right the worst jobs yeah and it turned out to be one of the great experiences because of again again because of the filmmaker Global Bensky and his the camera crew and everybody. I just didn't know how they did what they did day. After Day. They activate week after week. Turning an incredible work and the great thing about goal was he in the midst of all this huge machinery machinery going on he was interested in the acting and the performances and we'll take time to rehearse the scenes. I think that that was very telling in those early films because of his involvement. What did you make of Johnny. Depp is a bit of a different kind of guy. I remember the first day on on certain he whereas re runs through the camera started speaking as he was speaking in my ten to Jack Important I said is he really at that. Yup Anyway. It's very entertaining yeah yeah so I think there were ultimately to post Brazil collaborations with Terri one of them. There was the issue of it. Being being released just that he was trying to remember it got caught up in how much has yeah there was some right well a budget an issue of the should he started it was like a forty five forty five fifty million mm-hmm dollar film and I think he started with twenty two with promises that more was to come and he was let down left right so that was one then the brothers. GRIMM recently I think in two thousand and five new world also that year with Terence Malick who from what I understand Hawford Bay Ah Yeah did you have long enough to see. What did I mean. He works in strange. Way Tate's spoke to me. I think I was and then comes almost to the present but we have to. I would be really executed. I think if I didn't ask you about game of thrones here because high sparrow sort of of a religious fundamentalist who may be most famously makes Hersi walk through the streets nude as her punishment but just an interesting character what was surprising to me to learn was that you had been approached at the very beginning and passed before game of thrones was ever on the air. Why did you say no then and then. Why did you say yes when they came back for season five well. It's filmmaking. That doesn't interest me. I don't like saw source three. I don't like hobbits and I don't like it. It's just not my kind of thing and I remember getting the script they must have been the pilot just flicking through it and looking at some of the dialogue grows up looking at the names I thought knows isn't gonNA be able to pronounce your characters so I passed and then I waited until it became a worldwide success now. Maybe I'll get some of this but I'm so so when they sent the other script to me that that had the highest barrow it was I immediately responded to that character as being a great character and even though it was a series that was all storylines roaring established. I remember the thing that again Jimmy Michelle Kathy who he taught me when I was still at Drama School Jamie did he was real father figure and mentor to me. I remember him saying by looking at a script whether it's big part or smallpo- and especially with the smaller does the character change the situation could this situation exist without this and if he does exist for that character does if he doesn't change you don't do wit and High Spiro definitely was a game changer for the series yes. He came in and established his own world. You know punish punished. I E E wasn't there punish her and I hadn't seen this is only seen series five and six five. I didn't know how the character was to develop and in five. He's he's a man of the people he's Saint. Francis Dances. He's Pope Francis and I made correlations between Pope Francis and high sparrow because he was feeding the poor he was for the poor Bernie Sanders he was he was washing the feet to the poor and that's Kinda went on for quite a way through. Ooh I mean I think that's interesting way to go because at one of the best times like over penske light Alan Parker because of the what the how the production supported the actors right the best based production values you can imagine and the best cruise the best directors is the best time it was great. Just great last pre to pokes question. I thought you were incredible in the wife and I thought it was very appropriate. That Glenn Close got a lot of accolades accolades for that I to this day. Do not understand what was going on that. You should have been right there for every one of those because you two were terrific together. Just if anyone hasn't yet seen you're playing a guy who's won a Nobel Prize for literature which then brings to light some issues that preceded that in in this long marriage and I just wonder you know. was that something that you recognize earlier. It's not a director I'd known about before the wife. So what made you you guys sign up to do. This is such a good script to a great story to great characters. I knew Glen was going to be doing it. I knew I wanted to work with her. You want to work with strong actors. You want you don't want to have an easy ride and when I met beyond wrong the director I felt the affinity to him and he's a filmmaker in Sweden and I got to see two of his films which I liked and he's also a theater director and so we showed the same language your best scripts and about performance and we had table rehearsals and we had a lot of time with the script and Jane Anderson the screenwriter who was in Scotland when we you know we could see the way the film was going and kind of the penultimate scenes you think well it was fairly chronological way we shot it and he could see as we thought we need something different in this same and we were able to work it out the four of us and that was that was a great yeah so I have to see pretty much all movies on the festival circuit in this time of year. This is my at the magazine. I have not seen a better movie this year than the to post. I think it's terrific you blown away by your playing Cardinal Bolio on route to becoming Pope Francis and what people people will learn as there was this relationship with Pope Benedict the sixteenth on the way out as your pope is on the way in and I just wonder how you first heard about what what was your reaction to somebody thinking of you for the for the role of a pope. That's not your everyday call. No the day Francis it was declared pope the Internet was full of photographs of me and him even to the point where my one of my suns called me and he said that you the so there was that but I'd like to think I got the part not just because I look a bit all right. I wasn't very flattered I when I look in the mirror. I do not say what other people say but yeah. It was taking to me because they felt like an act. I didn't initial worries about it. I don't think I was ever GonNa. Turn it down. I I was worried because it was such an iconic figure. You can only get it wrong for one point two billion Did you know no who your other pope was going to be when you signed up no initially now know. Tony's name it come up because I think I think his name come up early on. I ninety don't think whether he was going to be free or whatever you know but the day he said he was one of the best days of my working life because I've I've had great fortune in some of the people were I said you know let first Hollywood working with Jason Robards who mentored me through experience and was absolute delight with tight me around Hollywood Hollywood. We'd have dinner together taught me to move home francs where his father had taken him because he was a Hollywood kit. You know and James Garner you mentioned enchant again another teacher really and then I thought to get to work with Tony was was going to be great because I've I've always admired him. He's a fellow Welshman. There's a bit of an age difference as a ten years eight years so when I was in my Middle Ages Tony was doing everything then there was an announcement that he was gonNA retire. Yes some roles we'll cut but the fact that you held him in sort of a degree of our with that useful for playing these parts it was because I've only thought about in retrospect but why I was as nervous as I was going on with him and it it fed into the character because Kgoradio was in or of the the office of the Pope and I was or of Tony and I didn't think about time I didn't think well. I'm going to play this because I'm an orphan but I I was thinking I was saying to other people. I feel like I'm a beginner. I don't know why I feel like this. I feel is have hikone. Act I feel as the presence of someone who can really do it and taught me has great technique. There's there's a lot of honesty there but he knows how has technique to support that well Fernando Morales in Toronto was saying he finds it interesting that you guys have totally different styles. Ozzie said Jazz and Hopkins is by the book. It's a very different way of approaching but you're saying they're in Toronto that the way you guys got past past the the like. The characters was to have a little fun with each other. was there something with call sheet yeah the fun. I don't think Tony's not often in this position but he was number. Two coal she was number one and we constantly refer to each other's morning more and more number two and he would uh-huh do everything he could to undermine my superiority by changing the number on the trailers or putting big messages on his trailer he was really the Star and all bliss kind of stuff. Yeah we delightful working with them because it yes we had fun but it was also focused so much on the work yeah and it was a great script and you know I was blessed like the other directors I've talked about with Fernando whose I'd been you know he was a kind.
"pope" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Pope Francis is acknowledging the scandal of priests sexually abusing nuns, NBC's cure. Simmons says the pope spoke about a French sect that was shut down by his predecessor, some of the nuns was subject to sexual slavery. Pope Benedict had the courage to dissolve a female congregation because this slavery of women had entered it slavery, even to the point of sexual slavery on the part of the clerics will the founder the pope made his first public comments about the issue to reporters yesterday as he returned to Rome on a flight from Abu Dhabi. The Vatican news agency says he noted that steps are already being taken to fight the problem. The pope also said he remains committed to do more to rid the Catholic church of what he referred to as sexual slavery Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam is moving forward with Virginia's promised to Amazon for up to seven hundred fifty million dollars in incentives. If it creates tens of thousands of jobs. The Richmond times dispatch reports northern quietly signed legislation yesterday, which would give Amazon up to three quarters of a billion dollars in incentives. If the online. Taylor. Create nearly thirty eight thousand high paying jobs at its new Arlington headquarters. The Oscars will be officially host hostess for the first time in thirty years spokesperson for the academy of Motion Picture Arts and sciences confirmed to ABC news that there will not be a host this year. Comedian Kevin Hart was supposed to helm the show, but stepped down amid backlash over past homophobic tweets. The ninety first Academy Awards will be held at the Dobie theater in Los Angeles on February twenty fourth and will air live on ABC. Brian shook NBC News Radio. Nasa is teaming up with the European Space Agency to test a planetary defense system. That would knock an asteroid off course in this case, it's a rock dubbed Diddy moon, the size of the great pyramid around seven million miles away. It's not a threat to earth. But if an asteroid of similar size word to hit the planet. It could cause some serious damage. The plot involved lodging a special probe called dart which would slam into the target in twenty twenty two Tom Roberts NBC News Radio..
"pope" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
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"pope" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"If you're listening to this by a computer or desktop, you're on your phone somewhere safe. Go ahead and pull up this fantastic painting by Jean Paul Laurence called pope Formosa's and Stephen, the seven. That's the same guys. Even the six is a whole different thing, but that's regional title, the painting. So no word or those other reasons. Well, in addition to the whole brothel debacle and auto Bockel the exactly he also he just got embroiled in a lot of geopolitical disputes that resulted in people gaining and losing a lot of money. One was he actually intervened in Constantinople where a patriarch named photos. The first had been ousted and also the son of emperor basil. The first guy named Steven had taken his place a difference. He also refused to reinstate people who. Been ordained by the patriarch by photos, the first. That's right. Okay, Ben. So I sort of glossed over we both little bit glossed over his kind of disagreements with guy. Third of Spoleto who was the Holy Roman Emperor as interesting thing about the holy Roman empire, right? You haven't this Holy Roman Emperor and then you have the pope. Yeah, and they're kind of like the pope is sort of the re- the spiritual thing and the emperor is the political head of state or whatever. But he did wanted to overthrow guy the third of Spoleto. So he actually supported factions that we're going against him, and he actually convinced Arnold of Carinthia to invade Rome and take control of Italy from Spoleto. So you know, and then Spalato was kind of pals with our boy. Stephen, the sixth. So there we go is that does that? Does that sum it up in a nutshell? I think we're getting close. I think that's that's good. In terms of why someone would be so angry with this man after he was already dead that he decided to dig up his rotting bones from the ground dress them up in pageantry and shove him in a chair and try him for heresy. Let me let me paint some more of the picture here about how this trial actually wins in hope. You guys can hear the air quotes when I say trial. So there's a great article on this beliefs, National Geographic vengeance at the Vatican the cadavers snot. And this is seen as the lowest point in the continual chaos of ninth century Italy. So there's a nother player that enters the field here who maybe doesn't get as much mention as they should guide the third. We mentioned it sons right had to Sunday Lambert and Lambert ended up teaming up with the pope Stephen too. Create this PR farce because Lambert said when he was talking to Stephen, the six, he said, we have to condemn the Formosa's actions and tarnish his reputation, and it has to be in public so that his followers can see it and it has to feel official. So it has to happen under canon law and be held before the papal curia and room and nobility, and we're gonna have Formosa himself attend. So no, as you said, they dressed them up the exumed him, they put him on trial even had someone who is supposed to speak for like as a lawyer. Yeah, against his accusations. However, the poor sap didn't have much luck because pope Stephen was just continually screaming at this corpse. It's a very undignified way for a pope to act at least I would think so in the modern day now it's super Macab too. And of course, you know, like you had. Chance poor sap. He was found guilty and they punished him with something called them Nasha memoria, which means condemnation of memory in Latin. And it basically means that his tenure as pope was like men in black mind, erased from history books only doesn't seem to have taken because we're talking about right, erase from history, thou shalt nut, speak his name and they're, they're all these different desecrations. They did to his body to they towards people vestments off the cut off the three fingers on his hand that used to concentrate. You know, the ones, yeah, and the through his body in a river later, I think among a fisherman found it, I think the river thing even came a little later. They originally buried him in the ground somewhere like like an unmarked grave. And then Pope John, the six thought better of it and was like, you know, that's too good for that..
"pope" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"That were amassed behind guy. And so for most is the next pope is is a guy named pope Bonna face the sixth and this pope is a native of Rome, and he is pope in April of eight ninety six. He was mainly elected because there were ton of riots right after the death of pope Formosa's and after a pun ticket of fifteen days, he either died of the gout or he was forcibly ejected to make way for a character named Stephen. The six who mentioned at the beginning. Thanks for sticking around folks. We got there did get there. Let ground cover between there and here. But yes, Stephen, the sixth is sort of our PayPal looney tune today's episode. He had a lot of problems with Formosa's in the first place because he did not like the way he in turn. It'd doctrine that idea of the way the God head and all of that Ben. Can you give us a little more on that? Yes. Like we said earlier, there's a difference here in the nature of the Holy Spirit, how it relates to the trinity out relates to the God head and without getting to four in the weeds here, it sounds very technical, but it's an argument that they took very, very, very, very seriously grieve Lee seriously, one might say, but the truth is that we don't know too much about Stevens early life. We don't know what is name originally was, we don't know what yours born, but we do know a little bit about his life. It seems that he was the son of a priest winning. You know, when he attained adulthood, he went into the church. It was actually for most who made him a Bishop and he was made a Bishop under pressure from guy, three of Spoleto. Yes. So here's how goes Stephen, the six becomes the pope and for whatever reason like I don't even understand what the point of this as anything. That's the whole seed of ridiculous and the story is he was so angry with Formosa who who has. We've mentioned has died point that he decided it would be a good idea to hold another one of those signs and I'd say, sign on, doesn't match sign out sounds very Sifi say, there we go. So he calls one of those sort of like kings moot in in our PG games, and he has the corpse of said, pope dug up and dressed up in the papal robes. Yeah, and sat in the papal throne and tried for all of those things that he got reversed yet. Remember the excommunication and the whole light being a Bishop in two places and all. Stephen did not forget those things, and here's the thing you can look at one of two ways that he was the jibbidy conscientiously outraged about these things, and he would not let those heresies stand or he was trying to get a little juice from all of those political factions that were anti Formosa. We know there were many, and there's a couple more reasons I wanna point out before we get into the next bit of the story as to why that was. So what's u-turn when it's a y. o. u. turn. It's a moment of life transformations, which sounds exciting and it is. But if we're being honest transformation is also scary and uncomfortable, switching careers, leaving a relationship. Relocating having your first kid becoming an empty nester just starting or just starting over no matter the change. The questions are the same. How do we get fearless when we feel uncertain? How do we switch directions without getting totally lost and how can we actually enjoy the ride? We talk about it we honest, we definitely laugh our way through it because shift happens. I'm Lisa Oz and I'm Jill Hurtig join us as we navigate our own big life changes on.
"pope" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"My mind has just imploded same here. My man of Miller lite beer, good enough that you could drink it with your mouth mouth. That's what I'm talking about airport right on in their Miller lite. Hold true. So this is announced in eight seventy two. In July. It's formally announced that Formosa and several other people are excommunicated. But a few years later in eight seventy eight, the sentence of excommunication was withdrawn after four. Moses promised to never, again returned to Rome nor to exercise his priestly functions ever for the rest of his life. He agreed, but it didn't isn't this when John the eighth got murdered yet John the eighth assassinated, right? All how did it? How did it happen? Was one of those shady like may have been an accident or was it pretty clearly a murder? Oh, no, no, I do not think he was. He was beloved by the people because he was first poisoned and then someone bashed his head in with the hammer because the poison was taking too long. So then you know, then we end up in this. Kind of like really rough and tumble period where there's like several popes in between him. And ultimately when our guy Formosa's becomes the pope. So meekly after this we have a quick turnaround of post. We've got Maraniss the first and quickly followed by a guy named Saint Adrian, the third and he kind of thinks better of Formosa's and overturns all of those penalties that he had to. He had to suffer right? He's now allowed not only the allowed to come back to Rome and p practicing what he's doing. He actually becomes the pope the next pope in eight ninety one. Yes, he is unanimously elected the pope on tuber six eight ninety one and this ushers in a weird period for the pope. So votes for the pope. Ben, we do not unless we become cardinals in the church. So if Formosa's was so unpopular to the point where you got excommunicated. And banned for life, but then was unanimously elected pope. It really just goes to show there were some serious like factions. I mean, this whole idea of the the splintered loyalties is on full display here. And I guess after our guy, John the eighth got, you know, clubbed to death the tide turned in his favor, and he served as pope for, I think, a good five years. And in that five years, he accomplished some pretty cool stuff. Yeah, I believe we mentioned earlier. He was pope from October six, eight ninety one until his death in eight ninety six and he didn't get a particularly great situation. You know what I mean when he became pope. And obviously as you can tell from the time line, he did not serve as pope for very long, but he did try his best to navigate the chaotic geopolitical issues of the day. The problem is he became engrossed in some real. Beefs with some powerful enemies. One of the most prominent is a guy named guy. The third of Spoleto the Holy Roman Emperor started as sort of a just like a somewhat distant struggle for control, but then it was building quickly into open warfare. Yeah, it's true in this guy, this guy guy a Belay TOTO was on the other end of that open warfare and Formosa's actually ended up having to amass an army to go to war with him. And when he did this as he was doing this, rather he died. He got paralyzed coach struck by paralysis according to the article in all that is interesting dot com. And he passed away. And so guys problems were resolved. And the problems were we talked about earlier how there was a lot of vying for control and cash flow from these holy Roman brothels. And that was kind of at the center of this. See, there's thing I said that for Moses didn't really seem to have too much dirt on him, but it did seem like he was still kind of running the numbers and playing the game in terms of like where this money went. But I think he just didn't give the right bishops the cash, and he became persona non grata for the ones..
"pope" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"Eventually he becomes pope, but before he becomes pope, we have to talk about what happened when he was a cardinal Bishop, right? Because he had sown the seeds of his later problems in his time as a cardinal Bishop. Yeah, because he was also a very, very successful missionary and those bulbs that you mentioned earlier, he was converting them to Catholicism left and right, and he was actually accused by the sitting pope at the time who was a guy named Pope John the eighth of breaking a law of the Roman Catholic church that prevented anyone from being a Bishop in more than one place and because of his missionary work, he that had sort of could have been perceived as having happened. And so he actually was excommunicated. He was who's ice communicated by John the eighth because the rumor was that he was a Bishop of Porto in eight sixty four, but then also a Bishop in Bulgaria a little bit later on, right. Yeah. And the thing was the reason that law been passed, and I think it was a pretty pretty new law was because we talked about those fractured little fiefdoms throughout Europe. Those were a problem because there was division within the church. There was division culturally and India logically and the Roman Catholic church did not want to feed into that anymore by having any one man in the church have too much power over too many areas because that could cause a problem. No one man should have all that power. Casey tweak cut to that clip real quick. I think it's appropriate. We don't know whether Formosa's would have dug that song, but maybe he would. We don't know much about the guys musical taste. So he ultimately is as you said, no excommunicated because he had wronged John the eighth in on April eighteenth of eight, seventy five Pope John the eighth called a Sinai arsenide and requested that all these other people officials returned to Rome. Silence just a fancy word for this meeting of the clerk. Yeah, it's like a like a brain trust like some sort of think tank. Yeah, yeah, and there can be different versions of it, but remember that word because it becomes very important later. So Formosa's still in France says, I'm not going to go to that. So since he doesn't comply, he's removed from the ranks of the clergy. He's excommunicated. And the reason given is that he is ex communicated because he deserve. Shirted his diocese without the permission of the pope and that double Bishop ING, double dipping Bishop. I like that double dipping Bisham and he'd also openly aspired for the papacy, whatever that means he campaigned for it or what. I don't know. It seems like he was railroaded quite a bit by by dudes that did not like the fact that he was kind of better than them. I don't know, just like his is goodness. 'cause I'm not reading a whole lot of corruption, actual corruption, his on his side. It seems like it's most of the other other folks just like a lot of politicking very much. So it's sort of like that that second Star Wars prequel Second, seconds. double dip and Bishop. This episode is brought to you by Miller lite. Hey, Ben. How does Miller lite do it again? Not too sure. No. But what I do know is that Miller lite has more taste and only ninety six calories and just three point, two grams of carbs. Yeah, that's it. I was referring to. So you're telling me that with Miller lite, you'll never compromise on taste..
"pope" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"The Italian singer Andrea Bocelli was among the performers for the pope crew park stadium. It always people attended the concert. This is a weekend which is significant symbolic on historic Chris page reporting who've been hearing the pope -ment eight honors survivors of clerical religious and institutional abuse in the Roman Catholic church among them for the Patrick McCafferty was Julian. Marshall asked where the details of his case where I was abused by a priest. Jim Donahue who was convicted for his crimes in two thousand on eleven and sentenced and twelve to ten years in prison on was dismissed from the priesthood by pope Francis in two thousand fifteen. So Mr. -vivor of of his abuse. He was very attentive to our stories to all the survivors that were there on the issue of their. We representing different areas of this tragedy. The pope listens very carefully and most attentively and was very kind. He was extremely kind towards us on. He was obviously very touched and moved by what he heard. Even more importantly, he would seem to be intent upon picking this mater to the next stage. Why you said convinced of that? There was very direct talking there was it was very. Stripped conversation that there were no holds barred, and the pope heard would need it to be heard. He was told, you know, in many ways, the comfortable for him to listen to a little didn't give that impression. He was extremely responsive. He was expressed his own. Concern for the corruption in the church. He said the corruption and the church is the problem that sin can be forgiven, but corruption as much more difficult. This corruption concerns him greatly on that he is resolved to address onto to clean house. I suppose term on to read the church of this lection on the pope listened very attentively to as the people who were speaking to them, and some of them were very direct and even angry with, you know, not him personally, but I agree of things have happened. Things have been allowed to go on so long on. Hi, there has been just one one disaster after another as regards trying to tackle the issue address field. So I, I was confident who Francis means business the father McCafferty. Could I put it to you that you'll case is somewhat unusual in. Far as the person who abused you ended up in the civil courts and was sentenced accordingly. And yet as I understand it from your rain account of what happened to you, the superiors is at the seminary and I quote you should not have been in charge of pigs, never mind students. You are suggesting inaction in action over this within the Catholic church. That's what I said was just after the done. He was convicted. The I I found over to today. It's true. It's true today. There has been in the church. There has been a horrendous mismanagement on bumbling ineptitude Susan, father, McCafferty. Can I ask you it's being widely reported in the cost of this meeting type fonts referred to those who cover up child abuse in the Catholic church as and he then used a a Spanish exploitive vulgarity. He referred to put them dick sent in two thousand five during the way of the cross and Good Friday. The filth in the church on he used a very clear word to describe what exactly the nature about filth is. He was speaking to us as a mom as a human being. As a pasta on the amount of God. And he spoke very directly on the there in in language, shall we say that was not on clear the Spanish word. I think he used was Kaka which the translator interpreted as the filth you would see in the toilet? Well, yes, that's exactly what he said. Obviously was clear though he was deeply upset and on the under-stressed also himself up the corruption has impacted many aspects of the church's life that needs to be eradicated for the country McCafferty and the BBC requested an interview with the spokesperson for the Vatican but didn't receive a reply. The ongoing economic and political problems in Venezuela have triggered the largest refugee crisis in South America's history. Thousands of Venezuelans have been fleeing their homes with many crossing the border to neighboring Colombia, and then onto Peru, Ecuador..
"pope" Discussed on Important, Not Important
"The church is also I think, the biggest supporter owner or whatever of hospitals and medical care in the world and that obviously involves science, theoretically. Sure. Yeah, yeah. So it's it's complicated is what I'm saying? And with you know, the world on fire on fire, it's getting more complicated, you know, or is it it's a great question, and we appreciate that Brian was wonderful with that for some Shakoor texts on saying, okay, we'll talk about wizards later that for some context, let's get back to a question which is Rennie dig deeper than this and watch how it trickles down. But the pope has basically decided to fix climate change all by himself. I cannot wait to hear what Jose thinks report, but it's time to mow floored. So. Who. Let's again start sort of from the top fish. We'd know the pope isn't the actual top according to Catholicism, but this new pope who's not really new anymore. Mr Francis, he has really shaken some things up, but his climate leadership has been surprising, an extremely compelling, and he's been pretty relentless about it wasn't just one little paper. So let's talk about him personally before we get into how that trickles down to your work and and the faithful in general, how has how has that rebounded a pope Francis stepping into climate change or care for creation? Let's start with pope. The the pope is sort of moving on down the road, the ladder while the pope himself absolutely inspiring. You may have seen or heard about a film that recently came out that was actually in theaters for a while, a man of his word where he did talk about the creation in there are visuals of him washing the feet of refugees and women. And this remarkable display humility is is such a demonstration of living out the gospel in living out Jesus message that it just catches everyone to be at the highest position, the vicar of Christ in to be kneeling and washing feeders is truly an inspiring vision. So yeah, and then they carries that care for all people into his ministry which extends into care for creation. He's not the first pope. I don't know if he won't elaborate, but he's not the first pope to to speak on this. In fact, back in nineteen seventy-one, we've had a pope talking about our environmental degradation, threatening our planet, and then that was Paula six than moving to Pope John Paul, the second in Pope Benedict. So pope Francis in many ways is carrying what his predecessors were saying into this space. Sure. I think you know what he's been interesting about it and I appreciate your education on that. Thank you is you know, I guess it's the timing of it, which is he has been. Berry, very straightforward about a very compelling about it calling in recently, you know, business leaders together fossil fuel leaders together, and and obviously this is this is the moment we're thankfully most of the rest of the world. Even, you know, in addition to the Catholics are actually starting to pay attention and and take action. So it just seems like I guess what I'm trying to say is it's a great moment for him to be really putting himself out there to say, this is my direction and the direction of the church in the continuance of the of the popish prior to him because now is the most important moment. Absolutely. And he is elevating what is a pretty bold? What were some pretty bold declarations by by previous popes Pope John Paul, the second talked about the need for an ecological conversion and Pope Benedict was known as the green pope and put solar panels on the Vatican Tom and was very active and publicly supportive of the triple c. negotiations. And so you know, pope Francis just took this to another level. You know, one of the things that I think is particularly interesting and you've just mentioned this is making this more into the public sphere and reaching out to people across all sectors to talk about. I think the moral dimension of climate change and I just want to take a step back and surf aback in before Paris..
"pope" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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"pope" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"And they're not easy to find and so i just found them in so i just wanted to talk about this about pope francis about the pope on our church podcasts pope francis dope pope first ballot all saints all saints has not watch television since nineteen ninety when he made a promise to the virgin mary that he wouldn't oh what do which the virgin mary was like you won't watch what now is this the frankencense or nobody brought her like a sixty inch that's so sad it's funny no i'm just thinking about how he never got to see doug or like that the sad the need me proud of summer doing i'm so sorry buddy i'm so sorry i'm supposed to be keeping us in lyon i'm not yep what else have we learned about him that's there's a whole pot of this article it says what have we learned francis doesn't care much for selfies but tolerates posing for them because that's what kids these days do they also do whip it's join them for that he hasn't watch television since june fifteenth of nineteen ninety he remembers the day what happened that day what show like he just needed to finish finnish okay okay frazier and then he was like okay i swear after this it looks like there was a both a twin peaks episode and arsenio hall episode on that day him over the edge i bet it was twin peaks season to season to really runs dry was season two.
"pope" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Search now i i don't want to wait at the deep waters here i have a lot of folks who in the audience i realized we have a lot of folks audience who are catholic i don't wanna be accused of catholic batch bashing 'cause i don't matter of fact i'm an equal equal opportunity basher i bash on everything but i'm a bashing here it's just surprising to me and ever since we've had this pope a pope francis i i found myself saying often what's wrong with the pope well what's wrong with the pope because he says stuff that just doesn't doesn't make sense what are the time so i got in trouble with my catholic is because you recently the pope was given like a three hundred thousand lamborghini is beautiful and did you over right in front of the pope's house over at the vatican and he looked at it so it's nice and then gave it away folks were like i'm like why did you why did you that you do that gave to charity and then i know that's not the point i don't have a problem with the pope given that car to charity i got a problem that he didn't drive it always have somebody driving i would have when those professional drivers lamborghini just drive me around the room on the house on the inside of the wall outside of the wall that upset me the reality is a pope francis is a man of the left he was a man of aleph left before he was a car door before you go out into the church he's a man of the.
"pope" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Pope dope you who applicable it was from the new england in the oven mm and he did that that any in in in the door with boom boom joe pavelski does she have invited one thing nbn my yes boom.