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Suicide bomb hits Palm Sunday Mass in Indonesia, 14 wounded
"At least one suicide bomber has blown himself up outside a packed Roman Catholic Church in Indonesia the attack happened during a Palm Sunday service on Indonesia's Sulawesi island over a dozen people were injured by the attack a priest at the church confirmed that the blast happened by the gates rather than the front tool he said security guards at the church was suspicious of two men on a motorcycle who wanted to enter the building and when they went to confront them one of the men detonated his explosives one eye witness untuk thought explained the chaos that ensued immediately after the attack I helped an old woman with her face was bleeding and you could see pieces of glass stuck to her face and I put her on her three grandchildren to my mates a bike all the people around her looked panicked running I'm Karen Thomas
Preservation Chicago announces most endangered places in Chicago
"Chicago's lakefront is on an annual list of the city's most endangered places. The group preservation chicago says it's concerned that public lakefront lands are sometimes considered development projects by politically connected developers and institutions and suggest the city park district pursue a national park designation for the entire lakefront. Also on the list roman catholic churches throughout chicago for a second time as the archdiocese of chicago was forced to consolidate or close parasitic parishes and churches and the phillis wheatley home at fifty first and south michigan which once served as a safe haven for black women and girls coming to chicago during the great migration but it has since suffered santeuil deferred maintenance also on the list of seven or the south chicago masonic temple the cornell store and flats the central manufacturing district original east and west loop industrial buildings
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
Biden's Catholicism Could Influence The Abortion Debate, Activists Say
"President Biden is only the second Catholic president of the United States. He's also a supporter of abortion rights. Ah, position at odds with official teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. During the first White House press briefing of the Biden administration, a reporter from a Catholic network asked Press Secretary Jen Psaki about Biden's abortion policies. I will just take the opportunity to remind all of you that he is a devout Catholic and somebody who attends church regularly. He started his day attending church with his family this morning. NPR's Sarah McCammon examines what binds Catholicism's could mean for the abortion debate for Catholic activists like Marjorie Dannenfelser. President Biden's high profile example of a Catholic who supports abortion rights is troubling. It's a negative example of a deep and important moral issue that is being debated in this country. Dannenfelser is president of the Susan B. Anthony list, which has worked for years to help confirm conservative Supreme Court justices. She's particularly disturbed by Biden's embrace of a broader push among Democrats to repeal the Hyde amendment, which prohibits federal funding for most abortions. Ah, position he took in 2019 while running for the Democratic presidential nomination. After decades of supporting hide. The church itself has not changed. And its view ever on the dignity of human life and the need for its protection. He can't bring the Catholic Church along with him because of his political needs. But for those who like to see the church take a more permissive stance on issues including abortion, Biden's election is an opportunity. Jamie Manson is president of Catholics for choice. There are many issues in which Catholics are descending from the bishops and seeing that these are complex moral issues, whether it's same sex marriage, whether it's contraception or whether it's abortion Holding suggests a majority of American Catholics support abortion rights in most or all cases, and most Catholic women say they've used contraception, which the church also opposes. With a conservative Supreme Court majority and Biden in the White House. Manson predicts continued battles over issues including conscience exemptions, for example, for pharmacists who object to dispensing the morning after pill or employers who oppose including contraceptive coverage in their health plans. What I hope one of the impacts on public policy will be is to say, Listen, that is not what religious freedom is about religious freedom is about No one being oppressed or having their civil rights loss because of individual religious beliefs. Conservative Catholics, meanwhile, worry Biden will roll back Trump administration policies that they've seen as a victories for religious liberty. Already, the administration has said Biden is preparing to reverse the Mexico City policy, which prohibits US funding for organizations that perform or refer patients for abortion and other countries. But a study in the journal The Lancet found that the policy actually increased the abortion rate in some countries, most likely because it also reduced access to contraception. Natalia Imperatori Lee is a progressive Catholic theologian and religious studies professor at Manhattan College in New York. So I think the biting from a policy perspective is going to do things that end up Reducing the number of abortions, however, divided the rank and file. The church's position remains the same. On Inauguration Day, The U. S conference of Catholic Bishops released a statement praising Biden's piety but expressing deep concern about several of his positions, including his support for abortion rights. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS
Supreme Court Rules New York Cannot Limit Attendance At Houses Of Worship Due To COVID-19
"The Supreme Court ruled late last night's to block New York from enforcing attendance limits on houses of worship. President Trump's new Appointee, Justice Amy Cockney, Barrett, was in the majority on the decision. It's a shift from two previous cases in Nevada and California this year, when Barrett's predecessor, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, was on the court. That's news nations. Geez Aggie reporting. The court's action won't have any immediate impact since the two groups that sued as a result of the restrictions. The Roman Catholic Church, an Orthodox Jewish synagogues are no longer subject to them. The group had challenged the attendants, limits and areas designated red and orange zones, but they're now in the less restrictive yellow zones.
Supreme Court blocks strict COVID-19 restrictions on New York houses of worship
"Of New York state's strict attendants limits on religious gatherings. The rules were designed to help slow the spread of the Corona virus. It's 5 to 4 decision highlights tensions that have grown during the pandemic between secular leaders and some religious groups that also opens a window on the new makeup of this court. Now that Amy Cockney Barrett is on the bench. NPR's Brian Mann is in Westport in upstate New York and has been following developments have Ryan Hey, happy Thanksgiving, Ari. Same to you. New York has seen tens of thousands of covert 19 deaths. So what immediate impact is this ruling going to have on the state's attempt to fight the pandemic? State officials say there's no immediate impact. The Roman Catholic Church and Orthodox Jewish groups brought this legal challenge and state officials have already rolled back the so called red and orange zones that covered their churches and synagogues. So the rule limiting attendance to his fewest 10 people, even in big religious spaces. It wasn't actually being enforced. But the ruling could limit new restrictions here in the future at the number of cases really surges again in New York, and this also sends a message. You know two other governors around the country how the Supreme Court will look it at any of their restrictions. What's the reaction been today from the religious groups that brought this case? Yeah, they've declared victory. They say this is an important win for religious freedom. They point out that New York was still allowing so called essential businesses to operate in Corona virus hot spots without the same level of restriction. And this win for religious leaders is reversal from the Supreme Court's posture just last summer that gave governors ah lot more leeway fighting this pandemic. I spoke about this with Douglas Laycock at the University of Virginia, he's legal expert on religious liberty. Governor's orders in New York, where some of the mystery Cockney and in the country the first case where Amy Cody Barrett really makes a difference is compared to respect her Ginsberg and it slipped the result and they're not going to be different from the governor's anymore. They're really going toe examine closely for signs of discrimination. And Laycock points out, Ari that governors can still restrict religious gatherings. They just can't restrict them in ways that are different from rules for businesses or government buildings. And now New York governor Andrew Cuomo was named personally in the lawsuit. How did he respond to the ruling? He described this as a political statement being made by this more conservative bloc that now defines this court. But in his daily coronavirus briefing today, Cuomo did also acknowledge the complicated tension here. Look, I'm a former altar boy Catholic Catholic grammar school Catholic high school Jesuit, said college, so I fully respect religion. And if there's a time in life when we need it at the time is now. But we want to make sure we keep people safe at the same time, and and that's the balance we're trying to hit, especially through this holiday season. And I should add, are that this isn't really new. Here. We've seen deadly Corona virus outbreaks in New York around religious communities following ceremonies, funerals and weddings, for example, right from the start of this pandemic, and religious leaders have clashed repeatedly with caramel, also with New York City's mayor. Over how far elected officials can or should go to limit new infections. Now, you mentioned that this reflects the new makeup of the Supreme Court, and there was some tense language in the opinions tell us about what the justices said. Conservative Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote a concurrence of green with this decision that was pretty biting. He wrote that, according to Governor Cuomo, and I'm reading here, quote it may be unsafe to go to church. But it's always fine to pick up another bottle of wine shop for a new bike or spend the afternoon exploring your distal points and meridians. That's Reference thereto acupuncture clinics that remain open in New York. Meanwhile, in her dissent, Liberal Justice Sonia Sotomayor pointed out that in the past, the Supreme Court has given public officials broad leeway in cases involving religion where public safety is a concern, she pointed The fact that the Supreme Court upheld President Trump's ban on immigration from certain Muslim countries. So justice Sotomayor suggesting that this ruling reflects a double standard. NPR's Brian Man, Thanks a lot. Thank you worry. It's a tough call to make telling your family you won't be
Pope Francis names Washington, DC-area Archbishop first African American cardinal
"Pope Francis is breaking new ground for the Roman Catholic Church in the past week, his voiced support for civil unions for LGBTQ people, and then on Sunday, he named the first African American cardinal Here's NPR's Sylvia Poggioli from Rome. Speaking from his window overlooking ST Peter's Square, Francis announced Wilton Gregory among the 13 new cardinals. He has chosen Monsignor with Gregory. Relativistic over the Washington The 72 year old archbishop of Washington, has been widely praised for his handling of the sex abuse crisis that has rocked the Catholic Church. As head of the U. S Bishops conference in the early two thousand's, he helped develop the church's zero tolerance policy that has set an example for the Catholic Church in the rest of the world. The archbishop has also been praised for his more inclusive treatment of LGBTQ Catholics. An outspoken civil rights activists. The African American prelates, elevation comes as U. S society is reckoning with systemic racism. He's reminded the church that black lives are sacred Father, Brian Massengale, who is black, is a professor of theology at Fordham University. It's a powerful affirmation of The presence of African American Catholics of our faithfulness in the church, and, frankly, that were group who have kept faith with the church That's not often than faithful to US. Archbishop Gregory made headlines this summer when he blasted President Trump's photo opportunity hoisting a Bible at a Washington Episcopal Church. After police and soldiers used tear gas and rubber bullets to clear protesters. And he criticized the president's visit the following day to the Saint John Paul, the second national shrine, saying, quote it's baffling and reprehensible that any Catholic facility would allow itself to be so egregiously misused and manipulated. Bishop sheltered Fabray, one of a handful of African American Catholic bishops has worked closely with Gregory as a black bishop and in the name of black Catholics across the country to know that Someone who looks like us is going to have direct access to the mind and heart of the pope. I think that's a tremendous, tremendous gift. The new Cardinals will be elevated in a formal ceremony at the Vatican on November 28th. You will then be 128 Cardinals Under the age of 80 eligible to elect the next Pope Francis has now appointed almost 60% of them, raising the chances that the next pope will be closely in line with his own policies.
The Beginning of Black History
"Most of us think that the first Africans to arrive in what is now the United States, we're slaves, but it turns out that that's not true. The first African to set foot on what would become United States soil was a free black man named Juan Garrido. A conquistador, the Spanish name for a conqueror. Rita was born around fourteen eighty in west Africa. As a young man he traveled to Lisbon. Portugal then to Sa- V. Spain when he converted to the Roman Catholic. Church he took a new name Juan Garrido meaning handsome John. He winds up sailing with the Spanish is a free person as A. Door and spends three decades in service to the Spanish crown. In fifteen thirteen garrido participated in Pants Dale Fain expedition in Florida in search of the Fountain of Youth. This is the first record of a black person setting foot in what is now the United States. What does that mean? It means that there was this space people of African descent could occupy. That wasn't exclusively being a person of bondage. RETO. Settled in Mexico where he spent his final years working at a gold mining operation and while he was a freeman, he profited from local slave labor. Garrido died in fifteen fifty almost seventy years before the first enslaved Africans arrived in Jamestown?
Cuomo, de Blasio clash on business closures in Brooklyn, Queens due to COVID hot spots
"One day after New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced shutdowns in Corona virus hot spots the governor of New York Andrew Cuomo, has contradicted him. NPR's Quil Lawrence reports that the mixed messages are leaving some New Yorkers confused about what happens next. New York City has re opened schools and businesses and even some indoor dining, But nine ZIP codes in Brooklyn and Queens report alarming numbers. They include several Orthodox Jewish enclaves where mask wearing and social distancing have been inconsistent. Mayor Bill de Blasio said he tried outreach and finds, But now it's time for a shutdown in those neighborhoods. And after all, the progress we've made is tough to have to think about any rewind any pause. Even if it's in part of our city, But we have to do this. Now We have to recognize what the data and the science of telling us, and it's time to move forward and fight back to fight back against the virus. DeBlasio plan to close all non essential businesses he acknowledged he needed sign off from Governor Andrew Cuomo. I just got off the telephone with Mayor de Blasio. We had a very good conversation. It was a collaborative positive conversation, which is not the way most people describe the two men's relationship despite sharing the same party and similar politics more than 30,000 deaths in New York State from Cove in 19 have apparently not brought them in closer. So few New Yorkers were surprised when Cuomo rejected de Blasio's plan. Apparently without telling him over the weekend, Cuomo said no to closing businesses. He said the focus should be on shutting schools and large gatherings in those nine zip codes, including religious services. Whether it's the Jewish community. Whether we're talking about black churches, whether we're talking about Roman Catholic churches The religious community has to agree to the rules. And they have to agree that they're going to be a full partner in the enforcement of the rules. Cuomo said the state would take over enforcement there with the aim of stamping out the flare ups and keeping the rest of the city running.
How Plagues Become Renaissances
"Today. We're talking about how plagues become Renaissance's. So if we look back at the EIB bhubaneshwar plague in. Europe, it was ultimately a catalyst for the renaissance. Now, it wasn't a smooth transition, but there was this period of you know horrible plag- afterwards, there was kind of all. Things start to shift around a little bit. People started to get optimistic again, they moved outside their homes and villages, and what it had done was loosened the power of the Catholic Church Fan. So when was the bubonic plague in what was happening? Then I don't actually. Know what was happening? When you get the bubonic plague, right? Can you tell me a bit more about this? You get sick and die basically. So was like I think the same as the black death where it's like one in three people in Europe. Got It around what the twelve hundred or something The people can back probably off by a couple hundred years, but the point being like everything was going smooth in. Europe. Europe, and then all of a sudden one, one in three people got the plague got sick and died unfortunately and the controlling party in Europe. The time was basically the Roman Catholic Church and what this did was it loosened the grip of the Church and there was all this newfound experimentation which gradually turned towards individualism and how that happened I think is fascinating. So I was doing some reading today. There's a book called. techniques and civilization and nineteen, thirty, four book. It's kind of obscure. But the author Lewis Mumford described how the invention of the clock singlehandedly catalyzed the renaissance basically. So there's this lull. Post plag-, and all of a sudden. This invention is created the clock and the idea of telling time comes into existence and all of a sudden, the the grip of the Roman Catholic Church reduces and you have art science Yeah. Everything get founded in explored. So why did the grip reduce? Is it because they were kind of controlling the idea? The idea. Yeah, and to the point where you know if you had sins or whatever, and you want to be forgiven in the eyes of the community or the church, you know you need it to buy an indulgence. It was a very strict doctrine where you know like my parents were Lutheran and there are certain things I. Certainly didn't agree with their. But if you follow that back, Lutheranism was a reaction to the Catholic church was like a reformation from that and Catholic churches like even more. So so just like very. Tight grip culturally is a good way of putting it. So not really open to individual experimentation There's no concept of science and supposedly like because of the clock, there wasn't any aspect of. You know a belief that. The your world was like verifiable or you could put it in Su You know practice for something that you conceived of, does that make sense? Yeah. I'm trying to relate it back to the plague of thinking about how it all ties together well I. think that was interesting. Is that the way that we're going to get out of this is by new inventions. So new concepts of categorizing things whether that's you know deciding that health span for individuals increasing health span of everyone is a really viable like pursuit or. Or you know businesses are going to start investing money there I. think that could create an invention like the clock where we stop having this debate of like Oh, you know people lived to be around this age, and then they die and instead just thinking about, okay. There's sickness. There's disease going on how are we extend the health span of everybody like way more broadly to events like this are a good place to kind of snap you out of your traditional way of thinking because before with the Bubonic plague people. I think we're very I mean, they believed in the church and you know like bad things don't happen and ought bad stuff started happening spree superstitious, and then they look for something else afterwards, and you're saying maybe that same kind of thing can happen now with everything going on is that exactly? Quantification of. Things around whether there. You're like your inputs and outputs. We talked about like the quantified self movement in previous episodes or on a couple episodes of hidden in plain sight, which is just basically like tracking your imports which are drinking which are eating. So that quantification just like the clock kind of qualified time and created the same framework that everybody could run on and meet know more efficiently and all this stuff I think that Yeah, innovations here is. Is What's going to help us quantify things in new ways
Vatican says bishops should report sex abuse to police
"The Vatican is advising bishops to report investigations into clerical sex abuse of minors to civil authorities, even if local laws don't require it. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports. It's part of a long awaited manual. The handbook was issued in numerous languages and comes a year and 1/2 after Pope Francis summoned the heads of the world's bishop conferences. For a four day tutorial on abuse. For the past two decades, Roman Catholic churches around the world have been hit by numerous sex abuse cases and have spent billions of dollars in settlements. The manual does not have the force of a new law that goes beyond the current policy that bishops must report allegations of sex crimes on Lee, where legally required. The manual is aimed at depriving bishops of excuses not to investigate allegations of clerical sex abuse in order to protect their priests. Sylvia Poggioli
After lobbying, Catholic Church won $1.4 billion in virus aid
"By now, big companies politically connected cos. Cashing in on the massive federal rescue package that was designed to help small businesses whether economic devastation wreaked by the Corona virus pandemic. Today. We are learning courtesy of The Associated Press that the US Roman Catholic Church manage to secure billions of dollars in loans from that rescue package through the Paycheck protection program. Reporter Michael Risen. D's has been reporting on the Catholic Church for a long time. He is one of the reporters who has been crunching these numbers and trying to track where that money is going. Hey there. How are you? Hey, not so bad. Nice to Beecher. How much money Exactly are we talking about? Well what? What? What I and my colleague re stunk Lin identified and I got to really give a shadow to Reese here because he's a great date a reporter, But we were able to identify between $1.4 billion a cz Muchas 3.5 billion and the reason there's a range here is because the small business administration did not release precise loan amounts. They only released ranges of loans. Oh, and we identified 35 3500 loans worth between 1.4 billion and 3.5 billion. OK, so a huge range, but we are talking upward of a 1,000,000,000. That's 1,000,000,000 with a B. It's a lot of money. How how has it been spent? Well, it's been spent as far as we know. We don't have Ah, very clear accounting. I have to say, as usual from the Catholic Church on precisely how the money is being spent. Where assured it's being spent for for payroll and utilities keeping people employed. But I have to say there is no monitoring of this program. It's self monitoring itself. Certification. So we don't actually know for sure. Do we know for sure whether any of it has been devoted to to help cover past gaps in the finances? Um and I will note that many Catholic diocese were in really bad financial shape going into the pandemic because they had to pay out these big settlements to victims of clergy sexual abuse. Does that factor into how any of this rescue money is being spent at all? Or do we know? Well, this is one of the points we made in our story Is that a lot of this money eyes going to diocese that might be experiencing financial stress not so much because of the corona virus pandemic, but because of the large payouts they've had to make to clergy abuse survivors, sometimes in the hundreds of millions of dollars. You never hear much about these payments. You do hear a lot about supposed stress from the pandemic, And I think a lot of that stresses Israel, but in effect, I think what's happening here is you're seeing Churches who are stressed financially because of clergy sex abuse, getting a break through the federal government through through direct payments from the federal government that are being used to pay actually the salaries of priests and ministers, which is unprecedented. As we noted, this money was supposed to help small businesses. The Catholic Church is not a small business how to church leaders defend us. Well, I think the first thing that happened is because of the downturn in the economy was so severe. I think the government wanted to just get a lot of money out there. So there was an exception made. For religious groups they could they could. They could apply like any small business. But then what happened is there was a second break that religion's got and the second break. Is that they were exempted from the rule that says that on ly small businesses, Khun get the loans, and the small businesses are defined by businesses with 500 employees, and that includes the employees and all of their subsidiaries. So we find now that religious groups are exempt from that rule, And that's why, for example, 80 churches, parishes in the same diocese can apply, and that's why The church was able to get so many loans and so much money and you know, I'd like to say that even though we identified between 1.4 billion and 3.5 billion We know that's an undercount. We know we were not able to identify all the loan. So the the money is really quite large. We just have a minute or so left. But do we know whether other religious institutions did other churches get this benefit? Or was this just the U. S Catholic Church? No. All religions got this benefit Thie Catholic Church, of course, is very A large organization. This is a This is a global religion that is headquartered in Rome. It is its own country. In fact, it's headquartered in Vatican City. It so its own nation. It's very time consuming toe. Identify exactly who was giving these loans we know now. So we have We have a pretty good idea of what the Catholic Church got other religions did benefit. I can't give you those numbers right now. The data was just released this week. All right, well, we'll look forward to when you come back and tell us when you've dug through the rest of it. Thank you so much for sharing your reporting today. My pleasure. It's Michael resented his investigative
AP: Catholic Church lobbied for taxpayer funds, got $1.4B
"The Catholic Church has apparently benefited from the Paycheck Protection program. The U. S Roman Catholic Church has used a special and unprecedented exemption from federal rules to rake in no less than $1.4 billion in taxpayer backed Corona virus Aid and Associated Press analysis of data released by the federal government finds Catholic diocese parishes, schools and other ministries have received approval for at least 3500. Forgive a ble loan so far. Houses of worship and faith based organizations that promote religious beliefs are normally not eligible for money from the U. S Small Business administration. But amid the pandemic, Congress allowed faith groups and other nonprofits to access the Paycheck protection
Mavericks & Legends: Anne Boleyn
"Today. We're talking about one of the most controversial figures in English. History person to and fall from power. Were extremely dramatic. She helped bring about England's split from the Catholic Church became the queen of England and had a daughter who would serve as one of the most famous monarchs of all time. Her opponents accused her of witchcraft. And slandered her name and historians continue to debate her real intentions. Let's talk about the mysterious and Berlin and Berlin was born around the year. Fifteen hundred in Norfolk England. Her father was a respected royal attendant and her mother was the daughter of a powerful duke and spent her teen years at the French court as a companion for Henry. The Eighth Sister Mary who was married to the French king by fifteen twenty two and was back in England. She wore glamorous French clothing and copy attention of many suitors. She even caught the eye of King Henry. The eighth himself and may have I come into contact with King Henry after acting as the lead in a court play in fifteen twenty six. At that time Henry was still married to his first wife. Catherine of Aragon though the pair had a daughter they had been unable to produce a male heir to the throne and Henry was getting desperate. The story goes that Henry tried to make an his mistress but she refused to sleep with him out of wedlock. That may have served to increase. Henry's infatuation yet. Divorce wasn't an option. As Henry was a devout Catholic. Henry attempted to get his first marriage annulled but the pope refused his please. An may have inspired the eventual solution. It was the era of the Protestant reformation and and gave Henry a copy of a book called obedience of a Christian man. The Books Protestant author argued that kings were actually the rightful head of the church. Not The pope. This book greatly influenced Henry who ignored the pope's wishes divorced Catherine in fifteen thirty one. An Berlin married King Henry. The eighth in January fifteen thirty three the next year Henry broke away from the Roman Catholic Church and established his own. The Church of England. This move caused conflict in the country for the subsequent two centuries after her marriage and helped gather and support a new royal court that bolstered. Henry's decision to found a new church. Not much is known about Ann's time as Queen but she may have helped transition monasteries into a new role as educational institutions. She and Henry had a daughter Elizabeth I but they struggled to have more children. Henry was starting to doubt the marriage. He waited so long for to make matters worse. The separation of church fueled foreign enemies and incited domestic opposition. In fifteen thirty six and was charged with adultery and plotting against the king. She was locked in the Tower of London. The king ignored olivennes protests. She was declared guilty in a bias trial and sentenced to death. She was executed by sword in. May of fifteen thirty six and was queen of England for about three years after Ann's death. Her opponents continued to slander. Her nearly all images of her were destroyed though depictions were created
Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God
"March seventeenth two thousand. The Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God held a huge party to celebrate the end of the world. The party was scheduled to last for two days as the leaders had roasted three bulls for feasting and acquired seventy crates of soft drinks. Hundreds of men women and children had arrived to join in the festivities and prepare for Armageddon yet. Armageddon came much more quickly than any of them had anticipated as the members gathered in the chapel at the primary complex in Congo. Uganda the doors and windows were boarded. Shut THE CHURCH. Building was set on fire. And at least seven. Hundred congregants were burdened ally. Hi I'm Vanessa. Richardson and this is colts. Apart cast original this is the thirteenth episode in our Daily Series. On the strange prophecies made by different cults and their leaders throughout this month. Were taking a daily look at the myriad of apocalyptic predictions to try and uncover. What makes these revelations so appealing? I'm here with my co host. Greg Paulson pyeryone today. We're discussing the beliefs of Christiania. Marin Day she convinced member cult the Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God. That Armageddon was imminent after predicting the world would end on January. First two thousand. The cut leadership killed their own members for reasons that are still not entirely clear. It's very likely they didn't want members to realize their doomsday predictions. Were wrong the Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God began in nineteen eighty nine. When Cronje Morandi a bartender banana beer brewer and sex worker claimed that the Virgin. Mary had appeared before her in the vision. Mary commanded Cronje to clean up her life and spread the news of a coming apocalypse. Cra Dona claimed at the world would face awful tribulation from God if people did not turn back to him and follow his ten commandments to the letter most people looked upon CR- Dona with skepticism. However she brought her predictions to form a government employee. Joseph Kibera Terry. He had also claimed have seen visions from God and when Cronje came to him he believed God had brought her into his life. Cuba Terry's endorsement of Kunia gave her story. The clouded needed together. Cronje and Cuba Terry Spread Their Doomsday message. Luckily for them Uganda was in a state of total chaos. Making Armageddon look highly plausible. Even the most sceptical Ugandans of the day the entire nation had been embroiled in a civil war with atrocity after atrocity being committed on all sides in addition HIV and AIDS had torn through the country at a rapid pace killing indiscriminately to make matters worse. The Roman Catholic Church one of the only pillars of stability in the region had become embroiled in its own awful scandals. People were desperate for safety and answers in could dona. Morandi was all too happy to provide. She called the people of Uganda follow her and promised to shelter them through the coming wrath of God. This message proved effective over the course of eight years. The movement's membership grew to over four thousand and built several dedicated living complexes throughout the region. Yet for all the cult successes Cra Dona had never decided on an official date for the end of the world to maintain control. Cordona stated that the world would end on January. First two thousand. The Colt was prepared to die. When the day finally came but as January first came and went so did CRA donas credibility. People began to leave the movement on mass in order to save face. Crony announced a new date. For the end of the World March eighteenth. They would have a grand party to celebrate starting on the seventeenth when over seven hundred people showed up to the Kananga Complex Cronje provided the apocalypse she had promised by burning them alive within the chapel. Some believe she died in the fire while others believe she escaped but more horrific revelations were still to come as the Ugandan government investigated the movement's Bases. They discovered mass graves at each and everyone in total. Three hundred ninety. Five additional members of the movement had been shot stabbed and poisoned by their own leadership sometime before the fire overall the Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God had proven to be one of the deadliest cults ever created when her doomsday prophecies. Failed CR- DONIO. Marinda made sure they would never fail again by killing more than two thousand of her own followers whether she died with them or escape to safety is unknown to this
"Let's start out today's travel. With Rick Steves with a little old world charm in Hungary when travelling in Europe. You just have to include the great cities on your itinerary. Hungry elegant capital of Budapest is certainly impressive. But there's another side that you should explore as well and that's the country's smaller towns and cities historic Acre is an easy and popular sidetrip northeast of Budapest. It's been attracting travelers from Eastern Europe. As a place to catch your breath surrounded by the opulent architecture of Hungary to introduce us to the scene. And we're joined by Hungarian tour guides. Monica Poche and George. Farkas thank you. Did I get that right in Budapest? If you're looking for a little break you head up to egger very much. So yes how far away is it and what it would take about. Maybe an hour and ten minutes done in a highway and then on the secondary roads. And then you find yourself in gear Third Drain Connection. There is yes you will have to switch. That's one of the reasons why is not as cosmopolitan as it should be? Because when the train tracks were planned they didn't make a direct connection initially so That's a little bit of a of a downside of it but there's a great bus connection as well so Monica when you were growing up in Budapest. Did your family ever go to Edgar together? Yes actually not just with our family but I remember that During school trips during the communist era we were taken to Edgar Edgar was the seat of the archbishop pre so it has fantastic beautiful churches by the way would like to tell you during the communist era because of the nine hundred fifty six revolution aft-r in Hungary all of the churches are considered to be museums. Saw it ever also well capped? That's even during the communists. They are as squid children. We were taken to the Churches Museums. But not as living places of worship. The church survived physically. But it's a historic place Museum rather than a place of worship joining a community standard harmonised. Okay well it was very much controlled control. Why let's just turn around a little bit and say why Edgar would be the number one destination for Hungarians visit because it's part of the curriculum because that's where biggest victory happened. Hi this is Turkey Turkish time because they talk about. That was the last place to be taken in by the Turks of they go all the way thirteen. Nine thousand Turks are coming over and two thousand Gillian's actually locked themselves up. In the castle women children as early and they go and defeat the Turks. So that's the victory talk about. That's why all children are taken and they are taught. We don't talk about the fact that the send away the defeated Turks. A couple of months later turned around and came back into the town. But that's something we talk about. Obviously that's that's not really something won your battle fifteen fifty two so nearly five hundred years ago. The castle is still there and you can visit the Castle Castle. You even as a tourist. You get a sense. This is really important to the Hungarian much so very much. And my memory of Egor is a minaret and it must be the most northern minaret from the Ottoman Empire sticking up right there in the middle of this city yet. It's like a spaceship. There cannot send has no contracts they just sitting there is under go in a major restoration and so rather interesting Just recently they Reinstated the culpa. Praia a month later. They put it on their huge reconstruction was built for the the man who sings the calder calling. For prayer he actually climb up. The spirit is what about two hundred steps all the way to the top right and then he would get that acoustical benefit of being a top of everybody and to this day while they might not climb up there five times a day. Tourist can climb up there. Yes it's a tight little climb. Yes but it's a good view from there and also the reason it's important to mention because although Hungary was under the Turkish Ottoman invasion in a fifteenth century. They majorly converted existing buildings into minarets or they converted the Roman Catholic churches into mosques. They didn't be too many things. They've built these mirrors that we have. I think maybe two or three in our whole country for the minaret would just decorate a pre existing building that became a mosque. Is that what you're only by? They will buy. It's very rare to see anything from the Fifteenth Century Turkish Ottoman era. But that minaret is one of a kind of it. Gary Tour Guides. George Farkas said Monica Poche telling US why the town of Edgar Northern Hungary is one of the country's most popular getaways right now on travel with Rick. Steves something I remember from Edgar is. The market is just a wonderful market. George can you take us on a little walk? If you have some American friends with you and you want to introduce the culture. What would you find in the market at Egger? That gives us an insight into the salt of their Hungarian cuisine. And it's a great experience. Actually it's a a living market and you still see the ones that actually just went out in the morning and they went to see what's there to sell and they come onto their tunnel is stalls and then they sell day or individual small quantity backyard. I remember that it's like my little card table. And there's a hardscrabble old farmer husband and wife and they've got their turnips potatoes and they kind of looked like their produce very much so yeah so you can get that type of thing and then and then you continue on and then you start to see. The beautifully presented larger stalls with Grapes and Peaches and plums and veggies. And all that beautiful presented. The key is to have that relationship with the vendor. So you go and blink and then they know that they know us so you get the nice stuff From the front. I'm you know to really presentable one. And you're not regular year. You have to be aware you might not get what you see. Are you likely to find some of this famous Hungary and Moonshine for sale very much so Pelinka Pelinka because that's fundamentally something It's like GRAPPA? It's very legal. I would say it starts from eighty proof upwards and its shots That's how in the old days those that work out in the field started. They with just to get some energy my hunches. There's these flat little flasks. That people have definitely I I do have one with me. At that moment Hungarians would never leave the country without a Lilla flat flesh of Polanco. We also call it medicine if you have a heartache if you have a little bit of stomach problem because you're abrode no you are not taking. Bapti obese more something as but you immediately get delillo. Hungarian piling cars sanitizer society. Strong believe it or not but there are still destination centers in the country when you have some fruit trees in Hungary. Let's say plum or apricot or whatever you can take your own fruit to these destinations centers. You know it's bio and then Not filled with chemicals and then they make it for you. This bio moonshine exactly. There's actually a reconsidered approach today because In the old days when you went to house of Hungarian Oh you start to the dinner at the venue they will offer you pulling her and now modern culinary understanding. Is that if you offer Pelinka before the meal. You should be assured that the meal is not going to be good because what they say that if you have your Pelinka sort of so strong it kills your taste at your ability to ten. Then you don't taste the food so now pulling Kush should actually be digested. I suppose to Pera tiff. So if you are a host and you respect what you've cooked you want people to appreciate it you're not gonNA hide it by giving then you offered as before
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"The US secretary of state Mike Pompeii and has had bike strongly at accusations of the United States no longer believes in the international community addressing the international security conference in Munich he took issue with the German president Frank voter Steinmeier's opening remarks about an American retreat from global cooperation Mister Pompey essay did nothing could be further from the truth paraphrasing Mark Twain he said the death of the trans Atlantic alliance have been grossly exaggerated the foreign ministers of China and the Vatican have met in Germany and was believed to have been the highest level talks between the two sides since the establishment of the people's Republic of China seven decades ago is Roger Wilco when he and arch bishop pull gonna comment on Friday on the sidelines of the security conference in Munich both are said to have expressed a desire to build on the recent agreement it said the Vatican should have the final say on the appointment of Roman Catholic bishops Beijing also now recognizes the pope as the supreme leader of the Roman Catholic Church until twenty eighteen Chinese Catholics was split between a state run church and underground institution there is still no diplomatic relations between room in Beijing the pope Francis is said that he'd like to visit China Australian major report same members of the parliamentary committee have scrapped a planned trip to Britain as part of a worsening diplomatic row between the two countries China wholesale is in Sydney in a rare show of disapproval the UK's High Commissioner has reportedly written to the heads of two Australian parliamentary committees to formally protest the leaked details of sensitive talks with Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominique rob during his visit to camber last week according to local media reports the deputy chair of the intelligence and security committee Anthony burn strongly criticized Mister rob he reportedly said to the to allowing China to build bridges five G. telecoms infrastructure was equivalent to letting Russia constructed the parliamentary committee and the high commission of both declined to confirm the reports you're listening to world news from the BBC who the rebels in Yemen say they've shut down a tornado will play belonging to the Saudi led coalition that intervenes in the country's conflict five years ago a rebel spokesman told a Hootie run television station that ground to air missiles down the aircraft in the northern province of Joel the security forces in Mali say eight to the soldiers have been killed and four others injured in an ambush in the central region of cow early at least twenty people were killed in the multi region imbalance between two ethnic groups Molly has been blighted by instability since an Islamist rebellion began in the north in twenty twelve public press sermones involving thousands of monks have been held in Thailand a week after a soldier show dated twenty nine people the killings began when the soldier killed his commanding officer and stole weapons from a military base he was shot dead by the security forces inside the shopping mail researchers in the United States have warned of the psychological and moral dangers posed by the growing availability of sex robots with artificial intelligence the annual meeting of the American Association for the advancement of science was told that agencies were too embarrassed to investigate and regulates the use of the robots hello good reports the number six robots are advertised online including one large sized mannequin that links and sinks it slips as it talks researchers say that they're concerned that such sex robots pose a psychological risky uses Machon real relationships and they also worry that there's a more risk to society by normalizing operant behavior towards the machine for example some robots can be programmed to protest to create a rape scenario the scientists have verged regulators to investigate the risks of A. I. six robots before they use becomes more widespread and that's the baby see news hello this is Max basin and welcome back to the world this week this week has seen a dramatic shift in the political landscape of the Irish Republic general election produce results which few soul coming including apparently the party which came talk in the poll shin Fane I said that because if shin Fane had fielded more candidates they might have found their way to forming a government a little easier as it is shin Fane widely referred to over the last forty years as the political wing of the IRA secured roughly the same number of seats in the Dublin parliament as the two major parties fina Foyle and fina gale Chris page is our island correspondent it was a huge leap significant results really breaking the mold of Irish politics which is held for several generations shin Fiennes surge in the general election means that it's not up there with the two parties that have really dominated government in the country for decades FIFA fourteen FIFA Gail both centrist parties challenged by should fit in which is very much on the left and shin Fane and its leader Marilyn McDonald ready very successfully positioned itself as an alternative to the tea party some she termed as the establishment art fits of Irish politics focusing relentlessly in issues of housing and health but resonated very strongly with the are selected and Sinn fin really remembers a unique political organization certainly close to unique and that it operates in two different countries as well as not being the second largest party in the Irish parliament in Dublin it's also the second largest party in the regional parliament in Northern Ireland towards parts of the devolved government so in terms of its old Ireland's positioning in politics well it's not an extremely significant position and don't very much mainstream certainly in the in the Irish Republic which is an extraordinary transformation fission fame because this was remember interviewing Gerry Adams for example the formation vainly to in Northern Ireland during the nineteen eighties found that sometimes an intimidating affair with his body guards around him and the association with the IRA and now it's about small country the image yes should finish ready in thirty years gone from being a political pariah to a party of governments in Northern Ireland in the party that's challenging for government in the Irish Republican in many ways stop reflects the journey of the Irish Republican movement from guns to government does he say throughout the course of the conflict in Northern Ireland should fit in links to the Irish Republican Army the main part of the trip fighting for Northern Ireland to leave the you can be absorbed into you the Irish Republican took more life than the other group and not very lengthy conflict since the IRA cold cease fire in nineteen ninety four but shouldn't be in Studley increasing its growth in the power sharing government in Belfast in Northern Ireland and noisy positioning itself is the second biggest party in Dublin and very much in the running to be part of the government there should be taken the chin vent itself is been surprised by its own success given that they they could have run more candidates in in Ireland's proportional representation system possibly could have formed a government yes I think that's certainly true shin Fane Philip forty two candidates that's for a hundred and sixty six in total of thirty seven of them were elected night one of the other parties to be during the course of the election **** a few days ago that if Sinn fin had run say twenty more candidates will that of one probably ten more seats so that's a sign shin Fane strategists themselves didn't quite see a surge on this scale coming so not some really old on to the a parliamentary arithmetic if we got a bit of a three way standoff three to four nine for the gill say they're not going to go into a coalition government with should fan because of policy differences on because of the party's pasta associations with the IRA so you have should fade trying to put together a coalition with other smaller left wing parties but even if all of them came on board we still find that particular coalition coming short of the eighty seats they needs to form a stable administration I think we're going to find this whole process taking certainly weeks if not months and it's also very possible but it will be resolved the toll on will be heading back to the polls for another general election and how much of a problem is that for an island to be in the midst of such uncertainty when you know major things are happening around it well certainly the major international challenge Ireland will have over the coming months is the trade talks between the UK and the European Union since what with which our shuttle trip starts in in the aftermath of the U. K. exiting the E. U. so certainly I think everybody in this whole negotiation process in Dublin would agree it's better for Ireland to have a stable governments to lead the country three about process not the last politics is politics the voters are given their verdict not spend we have this very complicated picture on resolving about is certainly not going to be easy Chris page it's not just an island that old certainties are coming under scrutiny this week saw an unusual cloud of uncertainty descend over German politics the woman angler medical had hand picked as her successor and a great crime Kambala or a K. K. resigned as leader of the governing CDU the Christian Democrats the move was raised all sorts of questions about the future direction of German politics as I've been hearing from Damien McGinnis in Berlin this latest crisis was ready Spock's by a local florist see she shows after votes in the eastern German state of Thuringia in which I'm peas in her policy I voted for candidates as premier of that state's also supported by the far right AFP this display needs that she lost control of her policy because one of the big round was going on within the center right CD you is whether to work with the following safety particularly in eastern German states like syringes or whether to keep this firewall gave the far right that we have right now so I KK stepping down as clearly as you say a very poor reflection on the leadership of the CD you but how much of a blow to the party and indeed to angler miracles supposed plans for a succession if anything the struggles of any potential successors show how indispensable under the necklace so personally speaking it hasn't really hits her very hard but what it does to damages under Michael's vision for her policy and for Germany because what time the mac was done what I leading Germany is ready for a policy to the sensor grounds and what's cook conservative critics want to do is really make a center right possible Conservative Party again on this is a big impacts on the country as a whole because this part is the biggest party in Germany it could well be in government next time and the question is is Germany's biggest policy does journeys next government become more conservative I'm potentially one day even work with the far right safety or does it potentially stay in the US and around the maybe even one day from
Vatican, Chinese foreign ministers hold highest-level talks
"The foreign ministers of China and the Vatican of match in Germany in what's believed to have been the highest level talks between the sides since the establishment of the people's Republic of China seven decades ago in kind to full is an agreement in twenty eighteen Roger Walker reports **** Jian Dodge bishop pull gonna comment on Friday on the sidelines of the security conference in Munich both are said to have expressed a desire to build on the recent agreements it said the Vatican should have the final say on the appointment of Roman Catholic bishops Beijing also now recognizes the pope as the supreme leader of the Roman Catholic Church until twenty eighteen Chinese Catholics was split between a state run church and underground
"roman catholic church" Discussed on The Bluestocking Baptists
"If we take the reality what Jesus is saying thing that if you believe in me of eternal life we can use the entirety of scripture to defend that positioning right but I just think it's important for us. We know that oftentimes Roman Catholics will flip to this immediately especially when they try to use scripture with us and just kind of really understanding manning was taking place you know I like to really emphasize. If you you know so imprisons a verse or passage to you is so important I'm to read before and after was taking place in what they're what they're presenting to you because way too often people take as it is in verses out of context text and and in this case they oftentimes do so anyway. That's a little bit about community and the differences there just one quick question the best way to summarize that would be that the Chris is more of a will 'cause. There's multiple different views N. Christianity of what in the Lord's supper is but it would be the UK's would be the belief that they're actually feeding on the physical body of Jesus Christ correct. Let's absolutely right. They they think that they think the priests is given the divine ability to turn the wafer and wine and to actual flesh and blood so that's why it's important to understand that John Six is not saying in which the doctrine would be trans is at Transportation Association that when you say that it's the context is faith in Jesus Christ what he's referring to because he is the bread of life when family gives them internal life. Yes thank you for pointing that out clarifying that yeah they they do hundred percent believe that it's the body and blood and so that is why why they used as passage so often because when you don't understand the reality of what Jesus teaching it is there's almost sound like he's literally saying flesh and drink my blood third different. yeah didn't have they third difference would be baptism. Baptism awesome is essentially an hour expression of emerged faith. for the Roman Catholic. I pulled of their catechism section twelve thirteen which says only baptism is the basis of the whole Christian life the gateway to life in the spirit and the door which gives access to the other sacraments. Let's through baptism we are freed from sin and reborn sons of God we become members of Christ are incorporated into the Church and made shares in her mission and that doesn't is a sacrament of generation through water and the word okay so one thing to really understand Dan here baptism essentially for the Roman Catholic wipes away the sin of original Sin Guy and what original sentence essentially really the sin of Adam that they believe stained all of humanity guy and in order to remove that Sen from individual individual they must become ties which is why they baptize all infants to give them a clean slate. That's right that's right and and and you know we don't really have time to discuss this they do baptize pretty much on the eighth day which is quite similar to circumcision uh-huh and they will say that the to correlate quite a bit but anyway studying. Colossians and other passages were led to believe that others quite a difference. There is a big difference. Let me break in Hanoi could you because I know that a lot of our listeners are some of them could be. Maybe leaning. Were Presbyterian briefly explained that like other different yeah. Could you explain that yeah so I want to know that Roman Roman Catholicism Baptism is the belief in like Mike saying I don't. I don't know as much about Roman Catholicism so I won't do it as much justice but I can't explain how patriotism is different from a like. A confessional reformed stands but essentially Roman Catholicism is is there is regeneration happening essentially so you are justified by baptism in a way that that if you were to die after your baptism you would not go to hell is that is that correct. Mike Okay so so then for baptism because I can explain that more clearly. Pedro Baptists do not believe that baptism brings them into Union Dan with Christ and they do not believe that a child is regenerated at it's at the child's baptism paper. Baptists believe that that at baptism it is a means of grace the way that they view it so something is happening but not in the sense of saving or wiping away original sin Presbyterian tyrians or reformed confessional believers believe that baptism is bringing the child into covenant with Christ so they would also believe that got it is mirroring circumcision and that the child is now a covenant child so brought into brought into the visible church because there's an invisible and visible distinction in the church from a reformed perspective so the child is not saved at baptism. The child is not having their original sin wiped away way at Baptism. Baptism is bringing them into the visible church with the rest of God's Church. 'cause they view it has a mirroring of circumscription and just like everyone who was circumcised in Israel was of Israel and Israel not everyone in Israel was spiritually Israel so a child will have to grow up and they're they are not allowed to take communion until they have come to faith in so when a child is regenerated a Presbyterian Aaron or form believer will affirm that that that person was not regenerated at baptism that the subjective grace of the Holy Spirit of God has saved them at his choosing according to his good pleasure when he so desires in so not every child is elected not every child will be saved but it's according to God's God so choosing God bringing that person to faith and then at that point that's when the baptism the benefits of baptism from reformed confessional professional perspective are are given to the child so they they have the benefits the Westminster Confession will read to regeneration and several different things you you could read it but it's it's not saying that generations given at baptism it saying that now these things these things are true to the person now because they were saved by faith because now they are a believer. I'm just going off memory right now so I hope I'm doing it. Justice compared to give that as an explanation the nation good. I just WanNa make sure that we show that. There's a big difference. Between Roman Catholic baptism and reformed historic patio patio baptism yes and then federal vision is not Presbyterian. Ism just to throw that in there but that's a different topic Abbott different anyway yeah all right. That's your okay so the I just kinda passage out like the bring got regarding baptism would be I peter three twenty one it what's interesting about this passage or this verse really is that both sides can claim that it defends their own inside so I'll read it. You know it says baptism was co-responsibility responsiveness which Peter is talking about. Nila now saves you not as a removal of dirt from the body but it has an appeal to God for good conscious okay so really the the Roman Catholic will sit here and say Okay Yeah See Peter. Literally says Baptism was corresponds to this aisle saves you and what I I would say is okay if that were true then would it make more sense that Peter would put a period right after the right that he would stop that would be as one and only point point. He doesn't right he says batches which corresponds to this now saves you not as removal of dirt from the by as an appeal to God for good conscience in the not ah removal dirt is significant their body right in other words like this act of baptism doesn't remove the stain of anything from you but rather this this act of baptism is an appeal to God right for good conscience and that's I like to use his passage to kind of defend or positioning sometimes Roman Catholics due to but I think it's just a matter of really understanding kind of what's what Peter's talking about in in really the whole the whole passage so I just kinda continuing on baptism there three of coins. I'd like to make that kind of defend this idea or the reality that that doesn't it doesn't save that kind of like we talked about earlier. The only thing that does save is is our faith right Romans ten nine hundred ten. That's the first first one right it's confession in its believing in our heart that is enough for us right and then thief on the cross the thief on the Cross is an absolutely beautiful notable example but it looks like to be saved when someone can be a thief right their whole entire lights and then on the point of which you know they are crucified the worst form of punishment and hearing Jesus pray for those who are crucifying him. He then believes in Jesus and Jesus says you'll be with me forever in Eternal Paradise it is that confession of faith it is that faith he hasn't Jesus in the moment that carries them into salvation. and I mean like I said it's just one of the most beautiful examples of what it looks like to be safe now. I'll just mentioned this I had a Roman Catholic like tell me well. How do you not know he wasn't baptize before it was crucified. no. I mean I heard that before far right and and it really it really just kind of blows while when I hear that it it Kinda just really values the the reality example and really what's taking place here but anyway that is something that I have been presented before like saying that John like saying that John the Baptist baptized the thief because he was was the thief Jewish or was he a Roman citizen. I don't know I don't know it doesn't say right now. I know it you know when you have to add things description to make it with your theology. It's a problem yeah Johnson. What's the problem so yeah. It's not something that I give a lot of time to went on. Discussing things with mcadoo is just it's a bit of an excuse excuse me and then the third point would be a John. Three fifteen and this is a in this passage. John is referencing being a numbers twenty two twenty two when the Israelites were in the wilderness and they're being disobedient the Lord sense serpents upon them and commands ends Moses to make a bronze serpent put it on a staff and raise it up and any of Israelites look upon that and believe would be saved from the serpent's grants and John uses us to directly illustrate three sixteen will we're all familiar with that if we look upon Jesus Christ in the sacrifice that he made for us and we believe in Him we will be saved from arson guy so those are just kind of free points that I really wanted to make when it comes to baptism and the fact that Baptism Gives Zero Salvation Grace Guy. There are graces involve a nothing that pertains to the righteousness of the one thing. That's that's interesting that you can kind of question presents. A Roman Catholic talking about baptism is just raising the question what if someone believes the dies before getting that does okay and I've actually come across two answers regarding this and some I'm will tell you that if they don't get back dozen legacy to hell and some will say that yeah they baptize or they they're saved without getting baptize because of their face and when they say that then that's the perfect opportunity push you know faith alone the Gospel Yeah right exactly exactly in that they're not being consistent with their own catechism to light show them. Hey what about what about your catechism here. We got a minute long night. 'cause we got lots of questions all right so our second question chant is what is the highest rule of authority of faith and practice in the Roman Catholic Church. It's a good question so the way I guess I'll present this would be that there are essentially three pillars within the Roman Catholic Church and those three would be tradition scripture and the magisterial get these things are very ah very deep right so again like I said earlier in its which don't really have the time to really dig into it but we will talk a little bit more about some of them on the second episode but essentially tradition the Roman Catholic is everything that the church is practiced since its founding in my opinion around around three thousand five hundred and one thing I would just point out is that we also kind of hold fast ask to tradition as well. The only difference is that our tradition is found in scripture right so what we find in scripture especially especially in acts is the same thing that we do now two thousand years ago right and that to me is tradition absolutely tradition but for for the Roman Catholic there are traditions that had been adopted established by the Church that have taken place over time for example of Marian Dogmas and doctrines those weren't those didn't really come about until six hundred a d and so there are just these traditions that can be brought into the charge established by the church and then just multiple different things that I guess can really be considered tradition that the church equates dates right authority with authority with a scripture in the magister him scripture they affirmed that scripture is another a pillar of authority within the church and in the Magister Magister is is essentially the clergy of of the Roman Catholic Church and just to keep it simple that would be the pope bishops and the priests can what's interesting interesting about this I kinda liked to raise as a question to Roman Catholics on talk about them is the fact that the Roman Catholic really has to be honest with the fact that the magisterial has really I mean essentially has more authority than tradition and scripture simply because is the magistrate has the power to define what other them mean in relation to the Roman Catholic. I hope that makes sense but it within the church the rat the majesty room is what defines scripture and it is what defines tradition or example the pope in the magisterial them with he has the authority to declare what is Dogma what is doctrine was allowed in the church and what's not allowed in the church.
"roman catholic church" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"What's on your mind? Yes, love your show, but I had a question about the, the concept of becoming a sovereign. Or maybe the maybe the correct term is becoming a sovereign. Susan, I'm wondering is that a legal way that you can unplug from not only the tax system. But, but other things I don't know. I mean, his I know I was wondering if you guys had to take on that I think that there are lots of takes on it, and you can find people with different takes on it on the internet. And I think that there's as many takes on sovereign citizenry as there are people who purport it, I would say, I love the idea of a person, being sovereign, and I would say that the term sovereign citizen is actually an oxymoron, because a citizen is a person who chain exchanges, an obligation for protection from the government for duty of allegiance from the, the, the citizen. And if you're not getting the. Protection guaranteed to you. You're not a citizen. So I would say first off, there are no citizens in the United States. And if you think you're anad, two states citizen, you're just wrong. You're in fact, a subject of the city state of Washington DC. I could make a much better case for that. That person can make a case that there is a US citizen. They can say all it told me I was US citizen. So I must be well, they told me I was one two, and then I read the definition of what a citizen was in Black's law, dictionary. And I saw that the supreme court does not guarantee you a right of protection from any law enforcement agency. So poof, you're not a citizen, but as far as sovereignty goes, there's really only three sovereign entities in the world. I'm gonna go ahead and say, there's the United States Russia and China and that the rest of the countries the world or basically vassal states there. So for instance. Great Britain is a vassal state of the United States. Or maybe it's the other way around. But it certainly looks like as I stated it, and actually, I think I think the city state of London, because London is its own has its own laws and the Queen needs to get permission to go to London. I've heard all of that, but I don't know. I think our commies being run by the gnomes in London. And so the US military is the muscle. The Roman Catholic church is the kind of controls the hearts and minds of the poor and the and the city state of Monday in controls all the banking. I think there's an argument for what you say. I think there's, there's also counters to it. They're certainly other banking capitals that are sort of at odds with London and New York is certainly a financial center..
"roman catholic church" Discussed on This is Why
"Podcast. Download and subscribe online now. Awake. Cold, Luke in the eyes of one of the worst flies is the church has ever experienced. I'm Trico Harlan, the Washington Post thrown bureau chief, and I'm here that it can city for the first day of pope Francis landmark four day summit on clerical sexual abuse. This is the first time that any pontiff in the history of the Roman Catholic church has gathered the bishops from across the world, the leaders of the Piscopo conferences to discuss this topic and Francis is doing this under enormous pressure. You could say that this is perhaps the most high high pressure moment of his papacy. There's only one reason you're here. Only one to get them to stop doing this to Eur in Rome. Tell me the mood among survivors. We are hopeful that on Monday morning. We hear someone will have the courage to take decisive action if this summit ends and the pope doesn't implement full on zero tolerance. Then what I would say Francis. This is the moment. This is your time clean up your church. Get rid of the pedophile 's do it and do it now. Get you to speak into the mic. Okay. Is that good? Yes. Get it. Leona? Thanks for joining me back in studio again, thanks for having me. Nikki you've come back from Rome in just a moment ago. We were talking about what the media coverage was like there compared to what the media coverage in Canada is like what did you experience there? That's different from here. Well in Rome, it was shocking from the moment that we came out. We held the first press conference. I couldn't believe I've never been in a media scrum like that. And what we heard from the police was this the only time they've ever had that much press. There is when a pope is elected. So there was a lot of media focus on the papal summit and it being important. I was inundate basically didn't have time to get over jet lag. It was reporter after reporter after reporter asking for interviews. We were having to turn reporters down so to come back home. And then I'd posted on Facebook and Twitter and people had commented within my own circle. But others had no idea that this was even going on and. I saw. Yeah. There was one really good article. I felt Canadian Press article that was in the national post, but it was it was sort of relegated to a side. Call him that you could hardly see no photo or anything. And yet they were media spreads all over in Spain, Germany, Mexico Ecuador that we were being fed. So it was just interesting to come back and see why is there not the media interest here and have you come to any conclusions on that. Why you're not getting the same media coverage here in Canada that you you got overseas. I wonder if people just wish that this issue was finished. I wonder if it doesn't sell newspapers, I wonder if the people who who buy newspapers are more conservative and churchgoing people that don't want to hear about this. And yet they would be the ones that most need to hear that. This is still going on the issue hasn't been properly. Addressed you went to the Vatican in hopes that the issue would finally be addressed in a big way, and that summit was unprecedented. What was it like for you when you were representing Canada as the only Canadian who spoke to the organizing committee? I was pretty honored to be there. And yet I also felt that the night before the end echo organization that I'm part of ending clergy abuse. We had a meeting with the other people from echo that we're invited in the room, and I felt really bad because one of my colleagues my colleagues Evelyn Mazdas, an indigenous survivor, she wasn't invited into that room. And so I was stuck with this conflict of wanting to be there knowing that only twelve had been invited and appreciate the privilege of that. But also recognizing that that privilege wasn't afforded to my indigenous colleague, I didn't have control over who was invited. And so I went. In there. And we and I had a chat, and she got to say what she wanted to say. In the press conferences, she had men understood how the meeting was organized, but it just goes to the lack of planning and foresight that needed to be in that meeting..
"roman catholic church" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment
"Of clergy credibly accused of sexually abusing children fifty such priests have just been outed in Illinois, two hundred sixty three priests have been named in a San Francisco Bay area lawsuit and then three days later on Saturday. February sixteenth Vatican kicked former cardinal Theodore McCarrick out of the clergy. He was stripped of his priesthood defrocked and Laos is after the church found him guilty of sexual abuse of children and adults McCarrick is the former archbishop of Washington DC and was considered a powerbroker in the church hierarchy. He's now been hit with the most damning punishment ever delivered to a former cardinal in the modern Roman Catholic church another two days, and it was Monday of this week the eighteenth. That was the day we learned the Vatican has a long standing secret protocol for dealing with the children of priests and their mothers that news came just as Catholic leaders from around the world gathered in Rome this week to prevent future child sexual abuse victims of that abuse have also gathered in Rome, including the nuns who were also sexually assaulted. This has been an a story grim February for the Roman Catholic church. You the consumer the census bureau says retail sales in December were down nearly two percent. The biggest drop in nearly ten years similar to the drop in September two thousand nine a few months into the great recession. What does it mean? Experts blame the stock market drop in December the government shutdown and the equally harsh weather. The December report just came out delayed by Trump's thirty-five day government, shutdown WalMart on the other hand had a gang busters fourth quarter. Its holiday sales were up more than four percent and holding its own against Amazon. Walmart's online sales were up forty three percent. The disappearance of toys. R us had something to do with this. Walmart will open ten new stores this year, bringing the total to more than forty seven hundred ninety percent of Americans now live within ten miles of a WalMart. That's bad news for retailers like. Payless shoes PayLess is closing all twenty one hundred of its.
"roman catholic church" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"I and it'll be easier to get rid of and a great model for this is the. Official Catholic church in China, which is different than the Roman Catholic church. That is loyal to the pope in China one is officially allowed and the other one is illegal. But you can always claim to be in one. Right. We'll practice any other. Like, he's got to be loopholes or and the basement. Yeah. But if you're in the official is going to be watched closer than anybody else. I don't dunno seems like the Chinese have a lot of employees watching other people aren't they just mind their damn business. They can't in China that is their business. Exactly. That's one way to do things. They are the longest running superpower. So it's weird. We're all like human rights. You know? Nobody's doing a great job on that. They're not good at it at all. But we're really really picky about the group of people who have been running a country longer than anybody else. That's weird. Yeah. They suck at this thing that they're better than everybody. That's like I mean. Megan how you measure success like name was only till recently. We gave half a crap about human rights issues. Anyway, like, it's a really new thing that we're even tightening to care about and China has no history of democracy. That's a very we're in bizarre concept to them. They absorbed some capitalism. And they're just they're just utilizing it. They're they're official policy is. They want. They want a peaceful ascension back into being the main world power. So they're doing everything they can to make long running plans to be in charge. And they've got them the numbers, and he know they've got a falling. I phone sales and car sales dropped and individual businesses within China are having a softened market sales. But overall the country is still like going out middle class. Chinese people are still out buying expensive restaurants investing in like baby stuff. Oh, yeah. So the China's peaceful ascension is not inevitable, but it's probably inevitable that or a complete collapse. Yeah. But I mean are form of democracy has collapsed. Every other time it's used. Like, I said once again, they're better at this than me. Are why are we the new kids on the block with a crappy constitution acting like? Oh, yeah. We're so superior to them while we export our own jingoism. How dare they do the same? Yeah. I just it's the weirdest hypocritical stuff where we're actually wrong on everything other than we're more advanced on human rights issues. Now, a great example is some of the stuff they're doing. Is the same stuff? We were doing with native Americans on reservations one hundred years ago. Yeah. Yeah. Just governments are not nice entities. We're still doing it. Yeah. Not to the extent of prohibiting the speaking of their language of dictating exactly how their educational systems work, and we're seeing your your own sovereign nation. Now, here's how to run that. Yeah. Yes. Very american. Oh, gosh. Democracy. Yeah. Yeah. For a great example on that. We have US secretary of state Mike Pompeo who just made a trip to Egypt essentially for the launch of the Trump administration's Middle East policy. Yeah. He did. He did a religious thumping, basically. Yup. Pete basically gave a sermon at the American University in Cairo with lines. Like, I keep a bible open on my desk to remind me of God and his word and the truth. He keeps he just kept. He he's keeping the same bullet points from his Christian American speeches, and then he's taking them to other parts of the world and acting like a crazy person because on the world stage. It sounds even weirder. You're like my religion is good in pure?.
"roman catholic church" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"The way do you think this is frivolous chatter i'm dead serious about this and again this this you're not supposed to get rid of all weapons you're supposed to be able to defend yourself pope francis took to twitter sunday to offer a prescription for peace ban all weapons how what were you guys thinking when you pick this guy i can't believe it the catholic church pick this guy is the pope and he's just a guy it's nothing special that's another thing about the pope i i've run into people who think the pope is some kind of anointed by god he's the guy he's he's like some holy presence under he's just a guy at the top of the by the way he was the guy for the longest time the longest time that was doing the most evil stuff not this particular guy here but on top of the whole mindset that if you read the bible on your own oh we can be executed you could have your eyes gouged out you can't do that it's got to be interpreted by the church so the head of the roman catholic church the pope do we really want peace then let's ban all weapons so we're gonna have to live in fear of war now somebody else knew something else the pope needs knows that more violence murders are committed by the human hand the just the hand not picking up a weapon even the hand with hands more people are murdered somebody else using their hands strangling them just whatever then any any a murder committed by weapons we really want peace let's ban all weapons so we don't have to live in fear of war so naive but he can feel good about himself now he can feel so good about himself why don't the what do you call the guys and all the red things are they the the bishops the cardinals whatever why don't they speak out i'm serious why don't they say you know this pope is saying some really stupid things that some of the mexico weapons the pope indicated exactly what specific type of weapons you like to see band his tweet merely stated all weapons so.
"roman catholic church" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Jim asking you if that's possibly the reason addressing the letter of bishop johndroe and the reference to paragraphs fifty eight of the truth and reconciliation commission that's my responsibility that's what you told me you're going to ask asking you if that's a possibility if they're concerned this issue an apology they will be a larger viability that the vatican will have to accept the issue of why the pope is not issuing this apology on canadian soil at this moment you are you in any way denying the responsibility the catholic church had to the one hundred fifty thousand kids who went through those schools most of whom were run by the religious orders of the roman catholic church there's no question that the roman catholic church was responsible for a great part of the schools residential schools as well as many other schools and the government was also involved in that and the government has as apologized but what does an apology me does it mean the process complete hit mental to the to the indigenous people have county data it could have meant a lot to them and i'm sure that many of the efforts of the catholic church now underway processes of reconciliation mean much to the local communities i've spoken to many of them in their leaders and they're deeply grateful for the honest commitment of the roman catholic church in this whole never first nations national teeth perry bell guard is saying in a statement he's actually going to try and and and pursue with pope francis to urge him to make this commitment to make to to commit to this article fifty eight he's asking that should happen and the pope is very aware of the seriousness of this but i'm sorry that's not how it works anybody can request anyone to apologize but it doesn't mean it's going to happen at that moment and and what what do you want to say to first nations national chief perry bell guard the question of why can't the pope comment apologized to first nations for what happened in those schools what do you say to him to pope is not said he will not come.
"roman catholic church" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"It does not a central archive of the german jewish financial elite doesn't exist and yet the german jewish financial elite was hugely important in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries if you want to write that history you have to go one bank at a time one family at a time and borislav assemblers so it's harder that swat social network play to smaller role in mainstream historical narratives it's just difficult to do that's great so you tell your story and you say you folks in the last five hundred years you talk about the roman empire and the spread of christianity and islam let's talk about where networks combined with technological innovation had an enormous impact and brean down or flattening hierarchy and that was the gutenberg press and luther that's an important episode in the book because you think that's an important comparison point for modern times the central analogy of the book jack is the reformation compared with our time five hundred one years ago martin luther lunch is a campaign to reform the roman catholic church and you probably read in your high school textbook that he he nailed his theses to the door of charge if that had been the only communications technology available to martin luther we would never have heard of him he would have been taken outs like the heretics of previous generations who hadn't really go past first base the difference is that in fifteen seventeen there's a reggie a large network of printing presses all across germany on luther message goes viral is printed in multiple locations his sermons and theses published in extrordinary volumes dominates the content that is being produced by printing presses in the fifteen early fifteen twenties at that's why the reformation is possible it was i think.
"roman catholic church" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Aga sake right if you look at hiroshima and nagasaki especially nagasaki i'd read a book called the bells of nagasaki it's from the perspective of a doctor that happened that the he was at a teaching place and he happened to be in a room with heavily concrete a looking at x ray so he's survived the came out and sort of students like burning in their seats it's called the bells of nagasaki but one of the things that was pointed out in that book was that the ground zero was a roman catholic church and the guy that dropped the it was called saint mary's was a huge church and there were children playing in the school yard and the guy that dropped the atomic bomb admitted that was his target that you know he could see it so i always wonder was there at anticatholic element in that because if you look at dressed in the first place that was firebomb was you know group of confidence in catholic churches when they fire bombed that city you know you're looking at two major events in nagasaki just had a tire factory in it it didn't that it could have been used for tires for the war but that was the only possibility that anything they had was related to the war effort joe that old bears further scrutiny maybe there's a a coast episode upcoming on just that a fascinating fascinating discussion my gosh i'd hate to i hate to i can't even contemplate the idea that there was some sort of anticatholic buys than that that's how they chose their their other targets i gotta be honest i just i don't buy that however it'd be a fascinating area to delve into thank you for the call joe let's say hi west of the rockies i think it's east of the rockies ryan in cherry hill new jersey good morning ryan.
"roman catholic church" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Six my favorite probably because it's the longest running warm roman catholic church familiar ancient history a one fortynine bca went to war with each other obviously there was no state of roman estate of carthage wants we got into the modern era but there are still cities cold carthage and rome and the mayors of those two cities signed a peace treaty owning 1985 i mean i i love all this stuff because it it's both serious and silly but on the very serious side of it race i'm afraid the most famous one probably is north korea is still out wall with america because the korean war of the 50s never actually finished it was only ever a ceasefire there was never a treaty so again these two countries which actually have very little to do with each other while he should have very little to do with each other but because of political than military things now they certainly do but that actually seriously at war with each other there is no peace treaty between the united states and and i think actually is north and south korea both official it will with each of the still a lot to play i guess fantasy geopolitics may we can pick any two of these countries on the map in front of us that may or may not get on and you could tell us maybe they could form a construction lines what are they can for reach other oh i know i would like to see brazil form a very very close relationship with angola while you might us raise lam which no across europe's iran's coast of portuguese well act now there there's the link these two portuguesespeaking countries right well if you look at this map you will notice that latin america south america look at the shape of it and then look at the shape of africa and you can see the very very long time ago they were connected it was all those warm massive continent so i just think that the pool of these two languages brazil in angola they could pull themselves together and perhaps reunite the two continents that with this united.
"roman catholic church" Discussed on WTVN
"God today is january the third and on this day in history uh going all the way back to fifteen twenty one martin luther is excommunicated from the roman catholic church on this day in seventeen seventy seven general george washington defeated the britishled by a british general lord cornwallis at princeton new jersey on this date in eighteen 61 delaware rejects the proposal that into joined that south in seceding from the union on this date in 1912 and i mentioned before the brooklyn bridge it i was an error her plans were announced for a new one hundred fifty thousand dollar brooklyn stadium for the dodgers baseball team but when you think about that okay honored fifty grand for a baseball stadium they think nothing of these days of spending uh uh uh billion dollars for stadium or in some cases two billion dollars for a stadium times have changed on this date 1916 uh three armored japanese cruisers were ordered to guard the suez canal on this date in nineteen twenty the last of the american troops left france on this date nineteen twenty one uh italy halts issuing passports to those immigrating to the united states on this date nineteen twenty four king tots sarcophagus is on earth near luxor egypt on this date in nineteen uh forty six president areas truman uh called on americans to spur congress to act on the ongoing labor crisis on this date in um 1950 nine alaska is admitted to the.
"roman catholic church" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Tippett antithesis on being today i'm with the benedictine monk brother david stendal rust he's a beloved teacher and author on the subject of gratitude we're exploring his fullblooded realitybased redemptive understanding of gratitude in daily life and in the mystical life which he says belongs to us all it's interesting to me i mean you are part of this tradition of ben the benedict and tradition which which is very much embedded and the the great enterprise of the roman catholic church and of christianity although monasticism in its many origins and was was monastic traditions or kind of arose as spiritual renewal movements are kind of what you're saying of a church that had grown institutional an imperial and lost its fire and its spirit and so monastics in a sense of all is kind of than rebels in their way and i find it you know and i know you must think about this made here we are in the twentyfirst century in you know your ted talks have four million views people watching a monk talk about gratitude people are flocking to monasteries honor to reach and it seems to me that monasticism itself even while it may look established has always been something kind of on the edges of religion i'm kind of thinking out loud but i wonder if this is something you move a completely agree with what you see explicit differently the munoz's in bushland idris in some respects it was on the edges of the institution guts what you're yes that's what i am as far as the position is concerned it was at the various jilen to the core of the rick yahoo because of the core of every illusion is is the religion of the heart and that is the moon us the life of course as an institution a modest those also insitutions if also again and begin harden's and and becomes sticker that has to be renewed but as an idea the monastic life all the different monasteries our network of a of networks we monitor is a little network of of monks and all the ones that belong to it interesting crisis that today when the number of monks in most monastery snowden not everywhere in other parts of the world like in africa and in southeast asia a buried in manassas holy grinding lang lang and they have many young people in a very cold of both uh in the.
"roman catholic church" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A loyal soldier dutifully defending against any damage to the roman catholic church she considered himself to be approved of the church every sponsorship will for upholding the dignity of the church of protecting it as an institution with time says father joseph hennessy who's known law since the early eighties people may come to see the cardinal in a more sympathetic light as a product of a different era i personally don't believe that he could possibly have been indifferent to the children i think it was not so much imprint conspiracy as something that was done in other walks of life you know where uh policeman and teachers also would be you know kind of slapped on the wrist so to speak for these kind of crimes law has barely been seen or heard from since he last lost into the vatican where he served as arch priest of the silica until two thousand eleven his last years were likely filled with both pain and penance has boston businessman philanthropists dan former law concert on jack connors notes catholicism teaches all sense can be forgiven the a lot of those a low cross the bridge here m fig even cabin the laws of the decisions that put children than harm's way but i don't think many of us early gonna forget the ultimate judgement he says while come from a higher authority caveat smith npr news boston this is npr news with recreational pot becoming legal of just a few weeks is a lot we haven't thought of the folks planning to sell it have we're going to have to try it before you buy it featured harbourside after the first of january people will be able to come in and before they purchase a product that i actually believe will sit down and try it i'm brian watt of medical marijuana dispensary gets ready for the big change coming up on kqed's morning you can hear that storing later this morning at six twenty two and again if he twenty two.
"roman catholic church" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Day is now supporting gay marriage and the predominantly roman catholic country at a gathering of lgbt people in davos city where he was mayor for more than two decades due teddy vowed to protect their rights and doubled down by asking them to nominate a representative to work on a government taskforce if that is the trend of modern times i am four it saying he needed the brightest to help fill some government posts after recently firing some workers over allegations of corruption the roman catholic church won't be epi and is already at odds with due to tear day overs controversial war on drugs but do tent as little patience for the church and is unlikely to be swayed why impose a morality he said today that is no longer working for npr news i'm michael sullivan in chiang rai asian shares edged up on monday as investors expect us lawmakers to pass along the way to tax bill japan's nikkei was the best performer rising one point three percent edging closer to a 25 year peak this is an pierre news women in mexico were being murdered at higher rates than in previous decades as npr's carry come reports a new study shows that in the last ten years the number of women being murdered has doubled mexico's interior department along with the un's women's agency analyze merger statistics over the past three decades the rise in women's murders rose alongside increasing homicides in mexico since two thousand seven that's when mexico launched an allout military offensive against drug traffickers in the country in two thousand seven women were experiencing the lowest murder rape but the number took a steady rise with today's rate more than double that of a decade ago in mexico the regions with the highest number of women murdered are the state of mexico which include some of the poorest suburbs ringing the capital and the tiny northern state of colima carry con npr news mexico city republican senator john mccain his home in arizona after being hospitalized for the side effects of his brain cancer treatment and likely will miss a crucial.
"roman catholic church" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The possibility of allowing on a limited basis of mary priest to serve married priests to serve the catholic church now the focus of this possible i guess you'd have to call it experimental phrase of phase of mary clergy and the roman catholic tradition would theoretically began in brazil were there is a shortage of some priests underway apparently and so the holy father rather than just the issue a decree himself would like to consult with his fellow bishops and get the consensus of opinions i think under some circumstances even them a a pulp emeritus pope america's former um cardinal ratzinger was favorable to a mary clergy under certain conditions so this isn't exactly coming out of the blue there's been a a slow building towards that in the course over the years the catholic church's allowed through conversion and a transfer into the roman catholic faith of the already ordained clergy and the anglican cottress tradition if of those priests and coming over the roman catholic church have already been married the holy father has allowed them to serve and the churches mary priests of their are other extraordinary situations were mary priests are already serving in the roman catholic faith and of course the brother and uh which is under under direction to the holy father the orthodox branch orthodox branches of uh the faith under the direction of the holy father in rome has long had a tradition of mary clergy so is breaking new ground and as a relates to roman catholic tradition itself but of course in the protestant faith in the jewish faith and other faiths in greater milwaukee or a very strong interfaith community the idea of mary clergy is certainly not news were most anxious to keep an eye on on those developments it reminds me of a congress asian then i heard on television number of years ago the late father grumpy uh when he was talking about his service of the roman catholic church before he left the priest to it and he he revealed in the final years of his life that he would willingly if the holy father allowed him to return during to the pre stood and serve a mock yard sciences he would have done it without to her rick requesting a fee a salary to serve in the.
"roman catholic church" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Marguerite also actively mediated between the roman catholic church in france protestants really advocating for tolerance between the two of them she never publicly converted or left the roman catholic church likely because to her her religious beliefs for private even as they were mirrored in her own ratings but she's so publicly supported reformers and shelter people accused of heresy that she's both credited for nurturing protestantism in france in criticized for weakening the catholic church there unfortunately that atmosphere of tolerance that mercury had tried to nurture did not last long beyond her death in fifteen forty nine which is something we're going to talk about after another quake sponsor break did are'making super villain almost destroy san diego i like to picture him as malevolence area yaluk him kind of like is whether these super villain gyn of with the hacker soviet bone recordings square's in the colleges in the margins in the sensors tommy's the khamis did i'd miss the khamis okay yes he can't you never me never see them cummings the business did a miracle really wage war on chinese restaurants okay so you you that i felt like there was a silver lining coming near ben in just a geo i don't see a vase with your say leg better because it got worse you know why do british lawyer still where those amazing powdered works sherry wig sounds frivolous it sounds through there's too much whims unit very lucky hi i'm fit and unknowns and we delve into the youngest people pleases beams across the story of civilization our show ridiculous history can find new episodes every week where ever you catch your favorite podcast and please be sure to subscribe on apple podcast never miss a new episode.
"roman catholic church" Discussed on Here We Stand
"During the lenten season of fifteen twenty two singly gave his tacit assent in the home of a parisian her the printer christoph rashar as he and his guests eight sausage prohibited by the roman catholic church during lent but a staple local food is vaguely successfully lobbied the zurich town authorities to release these men from jail where they'd been put for breaking the lent and fast taking advantage of the town councils leniency singly and ten other priests wrote to the bishop of constance requesting the right of priests to be married since the blanket requirement of clerical celibacy was on scriptural and unwise as vainly himself was already living with a widow and a reinhard whom he married soon after zurich became a protestant canton free from the bishops authority is vaguely also held a deep respect for women and longed for them to experience authentic christian disciple ship in fifteen twenty two he visited a convent to deliver a series of lectures titled of the clarity and certainty of the word of god theological lessons on the doctrine of revelation and bible interpretation on october eleven fifteen thirty one at age forty seven is vaguely died on armed on a battlefield near kabul switzerland serving as a champ lend to the protestant troops carrying only a flag and a bible at the time of his death singly was only a dozen years removed from his life as a priest in nine see down a short career compared to luther is and kelvin's decades of reform.