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Vatican Pope Ukraine Pope Francis on casualties of the Ukrainian war
"Pope Francis has spoken out about the cruelties suffered by the Ukrainian people The American in a closing speech to a general audience in Saint Peter's square Pope Francis said his envoy to Ukraine cardinal Conrad kretske had told him about the pain of the people who cruelties and the monstrosities and the tortured corpses the Vatican news service says the envoy and his colleagues came under fire as they were distributing humanitarian supplies near the city of Zappos in Ukraine last Sunday no injuries were reported The Pope has made repeated appeals to stop a war in Ukraine over the past months I'm Charles De Ledesma
Pelosi receives Communion in Vatican amid abortion debate
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi receives communion at a Vatican mass with the Pope despite her support for abortion rights and despite being denied communion at home The Democrat attended the mass marking the feast of Saint Peter and St. Paul She's in Rome on a working family vacation and received communion from a priest according to two people who were there Pelosi also met with Pope Francis before mass and received his blessing according to one of those people her own archbishop in San Francisco Salvatore cordileone has said she can't receive the sacrament in his archdiocese because of her support for abortion rights In September the Pope said of some who deny communion pre shouldn't be politicians and condemn their flock but should be pastors who accompany the faithful He described the eucharist as not a prize for the perfect but a powerful medicine and nourishment for the weak I'm Julie Walker
"saint peter" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"When Jesus came to the region of cesare, a philippi, he put this question to his disciples. Who do people say the son of man is? And they said, some say he is John the Baptist, some Elijah, and others Jeremiah, or one of the prophets. But you, he said. Who do you say I am? And Simon Peter spoke up. You are the Christ. He said the son of the living God. Jesus replied, Simon, son of Jonah. You are a happy man. Because it was not flesh and blood that revealed this to you, but my father in heaven. So I now say to you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of the underworld can never hold out against it. I will give you the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven, whatever you bind on earth shall be considered bound in heaven. Whatever.
"saint peter" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"You lose on earth shall be considered loosed in heaven. What word made this passage come alive for you? What did you sense the lord saying to you? Once more, give the lord an.
"saint peter" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"A time of alexio divina for the discerning heart. Wednesday, the solemnity of saints Peter and Paul. As you begin, take a deep breath and exhale slowly. For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of the stay to the lord. Say slowly, from your heart, Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart..
"saint peter" Discussed on WTOP
"The NCAA tournaments he lead 8 North Carolina has the former after a wire to wire 69 49 victory over Saint Peter's that left Burke Virginia native Hubert Davis emotional on CBS I love these guys so much they trusted me in my first year I'm here because of them It has nothing to do about coaching at all to him and I'm just it's tears of joy Being able to be in their lives so just awesome Here's what's awesome Davis has played and now coached the tar heels to the final four setting up the first duke North Carolina meeting in NCAA tournament history on Saturday Before that Jim larena in Miami were denied the school's first final four suffering a 76 50 loss to Kansas nearly 16 years after he coached George Mason to its first final four Kansas came out in the second half and really hit us with like a knockout punch I don't know what the run was but we were never able to answer it was 47 15 in the second half to send Kansas to its 16th final four and a date with Villanova The first two tickets to the women's final four were punched by one seed South Carolina and Stanford back home the wizards opened their four game home stand with a one 23 one 15 victory over the warriors keyed by Corey kispert's record night and the U.S. men's national team is now on the brink of a return to the World Cup thanks to a 5 one route of Panama Rob woodwork WTO P sports The top local stories we're following for you today on WTO Ukrainian.
Carolina crushes Saint Peter's, will meet Duke in Final Four
"North Carolina stormed out of the gates in the first half way to the NCAA men's east regional championship with easy sixty nine forty nine win over St Peter's the tile scored the first nine points of the half then blew the game wide open with a twenty two six run capped by a basketball or a model but caught that give them a thirty four thirteen lead with three forty one to play in the first half but caught a game high twenty points behind the push North Carolina to decide in San how we were done and I'll listen to and I'm just so glad to make it to the final four violent kind of submit myself Brady Manek added nineteen for North Carolina will face a lot of close conference instate rival Duke in the final four on Saturday Michael Luongo Philadelphia
"saint peter" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"The 2022 season, tune in each week to the lines 24/7 podcast on Apple, Spotify, and wherever you get your podcasts. 6 minutes of this game are from over FaceTime, just watch and plus they wanted to say hi. So as a way to, you know, two birds, one stone, that whole deal, but man, I could just immediately was like, ah, is this really going to go this way? And it did. The second elite game on Sunday, it was a blowout. Basically from start to finish, final score North Carolina 69 Saint Peter's 49, finally, the peacocks looked like a 15 seed. They shot 30% from the field 25% from three down 19 and a half, lost by 20. I was pumped for that game. Like, listen, I was pumped for both of them. They're a lead 8 games, but if you told me, all right, you got to you're really tired. You have to nap during and you're going to have a late night. So you got a nap during one of them. You got to be, you got to be healthy. You got a nap during one of them. It's taken a nap healthy. I'm not sure. Oh, absolutely. Okay. You got to be healthy. You got to take a nap during one of them. Which one do you want to take a nap in? I would have said Kansas, Miami. I was more interested in seeing if Saint Peter could make this a game. Leading into 60 minutes on America's most watched network the network of stars. And the game was, it felt over immediately. It felt over immediately. Are you surprised that it wasn't even competitive? I actually am a little surprised it wasn't competitive on the show with Cobb Friday. We both picked St. Peters to win because we were just, we were drunk on that peacock, man. We were drunk on it, and I went with it. And I thought they thought I was like, you know what? They've gotten to this point, no fifteen's ever gotten there. Caroline is an 8 seed. It's gonna be the last Sunday game on CBS. Yeah, why not? I did actually think it was going to be competitive. Unfortunately, this is the way that it normally goes with the Cinderella team traditionally in that second round game, very few make it to a sweet 16. So occasionally you'll get it in that sweet 16 game. And then this was the first time really ever that you've had a true small school Cinderella, obviously 15 I've ever made it to a regional final. And it's just, you know, it's an obvious, it's an obvious bummer, you know? Nothing you can do about it. I just wish it would have been more competitive. Carolina came out, came ready. What's good to go and played a wonderful game and clearly quite eager, confident and ready to get that rubber match against duke in the national semifinals. But for Saint Peter's, just a few notes here. One, I mentioned this on the pod. I'm sure you did as well, but shaheen Holloway has had the seaton hall job for like weeks. So that is now actually been reported, whatever that means. It's been done forever, but he's going to get the seat and haul job and good on him he absolutely deserves it. And he has helped author, you know, one of the greatest NCAA tournament runs in the probably the greatest Cinderella run ever if you want to stop short and say, you know what, though, making a final four with a mason or a loyalist Chicago. I'll buy that. That's fine, but this is a 15 getting to an elite 8. Like when I was thinking about this game earlier in the day on the flight back, I thought, okay, are we going 25 more years and not seeing this again? It's a 15, man. They've been seen this thing with 64 teams since 85 and it took until 2022 to have our first 15 win three games. We might not see this again. We really might. I'd love to, I'd love it if we did, but there's no guarantee of that. So I was hoping because of that, we would at least get something that was fairly competitive and it just wasn't whatsoever. 69, 49. Saint Peter's did not shoot well whatsoever. It was four 16 from three point range four 14 from two point range was just .75 points per possession overall. Again, Carolina, great job, but it was very, we've seen this script play out plenty of times before. And you know what though? And I think you'll agree with me on this parish. It doesn't really matter. Because they made the elite 8. They were Saint Peter's. Everyone got to know what this school was about, where it was located Eli Manning adopted this team, the damn New York Jets adopted this team. The country adopted this team, and this was a school that you couldn't, you know, 99.9% of sports fans couldn't have told you the Saint Peter's mascot prior to two weeks ago. And 99% of fans couldn't have told you that Saint Peter's was located in New Jersey. You know, so the fact that this school really tapped into so much of why we love this tournament, why to me, the NCA tournament is the greatest event in all of sports because it gives you a historic top three program ever like North Carolina playing on the same stage with little old Saint Peter's, which ranks 192nd in all time wins, you know, Carolina's top three in that category. Saint Peter's is one 92. If it had defeated North Carolina, Saint Peter's would have been 8 27 and 8 27 as a program. It's now it's 8 26 and 8 28. Just awesome stuff. Just awesome, man. Don't know when we'll get it again. We'll have Cinderella. That's a reliable feature, but a 15 to do this. When we look back three weeks from now in a specifically 5, ten, 15 years from now, we're not going to lament the fact that Saint Peter's late in egg in the regional final in Philly against North Carolina. We are going to remember that Saint Peter's looked like bosses knocking out to see Kentucky in overtime on that first Thursday of the tournament. And then we're going to remember that it played a great game against a Murray state program that has helped kind of define and really set the parameters for elite mid major play really throughout the decades if we were looking at Mercedes, but in the context of this season was the winningest program heading into the tournament. And then it took out a Purdue team that the more I thought about that since it happened, Paris is like Purdue fans got to be beside themselves. They got no business losing to losing to Saint Peter's the way it did. Like, Kentucky, I kind of the same, but like, I'll write it happens. You know, we've seen 15s be the two, but Purdue, the region broke from perfectly, you got all this size, you got all the shooting, you got Jade and ivy, you've got Williams and ED who didn't play together. I'm not going to relitigate this because we did on the Friday pod, but it's still like it's even more baffling them further. We get away from it that Purdue did not beat Saint Peter's. But again, that's the awesomeness of this story. So is it a bummer here in the now that it wasn't close? Yeah, I would have liked it, but that ultimately will not matter. What will matter is the fact that it made it to the elite as a 15 seed and that charm of the tournament will always continue to endure and this has become one of the more memo runs. Literally in the history of the event. Saint Peter's is a forever story. It'll be one like anybody who listens to this podcast regularly. I'm not great at like remembrance. Remember that thing that happened in 2006 and not really. I think Saint Peter's is made enough of an impact where I and, you know, everybody who cares or watches the sport at all. We'll remember St. Peters. Them being the peacocks actually helps. You know, if they were just the Saint Peter's tigers, I agree with this. It wouldn't be the same thing. The peacocks. That helps. Doug edert helps. And so does this mustache. His mustache is a part of it. Their coach,.
"saint peter" Discussed on WTOP
"The improbable March Madness run continues for St. Peters the 15 seated peacocks be produced 67 64 Saint Peter's becoming the lowest seed to ever reach the elite 8 and the buzz last night in Philadelphia was palpable as longtime college hoops reporter Pete Tamil told the SPN And you could just feel the crowd working to a crescendo and you could feel the build up throughout the second half Every TV timeout is like wait a minute They've got a chance They could do this And this is a team that plays in front of a crowd of hundreds not thousands at home in Jersey City and the run baby run center And you could tell everyone in the building last night at Wells Fargo knew they were a part of history Next up for Saint Peter is a chance to make more history a day with North Carolina tomorrow at 5 O 5 with a birth in the final four At stake Meanwhile on the women's side season comes to a crashing halt for the fourth seeded Maryland terrapins Maryland falling to Stanford 72 66 in the sweet 16 and overseas today the Jerusalem marathon won by a Ukrainian refugee who flutter country last month with her 11 year old daughter due to the Russian invasion organizers of the Jerusalem marathon set about 40 Ukrainian immigrants and refugees competed among thousands of runners since they would say in Israel Yes your co op well done Then raby WTO sports The top stories we're following for you on WTO Russian forces appear to have halted at least for now their ground offensive aimed at capturing the Ukrainian.
"saint peter" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"But I will go with duke to win to make a final four and in doing so K would get to a 13th final four that will break the tie with John wouldn't for the most all time. And then K would basically have not every record. He doesn't have more conference championships than Bill self and stuff like that. But the only one that he would never get is the national title one. That wooden with ten. But he'd break the final four tie with them and considering that would have never had to win 6 to get to one. It's already even better in my opinion. But yeah, I'll take duke to win the cover. What about you, bud? I got a question for you from a standpoint of covering the game. Would you rather cover duke versus Saint Peter's or duke versus North Carolina in the final? Oh, gosh, look at you coming with these questions. I got hold on. First of all, here are this chair right now, by the way. Major creek situation. That's a wonderful question. I gotta go do St. Peters. I covered two Carolina in a really special unique one of a kind deal a few weeks ago. They're both awesome. They're both unbelievable. They're both media catnip. Same thing. Imagine ever. And Carolina with Carolina with a chance to end K's career? Do it that way? Are you kidding me? Just imagine me asking you that question two weeks ago. Oh, yeah, I mean, I would assume you're on bath salts. Yeah. I think I'm going Arkansas. So just to throw a little rain on that whole parade there of the hypothetical. It's going to be a lot to ask for duke to turn and consecutive heroic, offensive efforts against another elite defense because make no mistake. 70.8% shooting in the second half against Texas tech is on real. And scoring more points, duke scored more points in regulation against Texas tech than any other team has this season. Kansas scored more points in a game against duke arrogance Texas type, but the game went to double overtime. So in terms of regulation, duke scored more against Texas tech than anybody else, this season. I don't know if I don't know how you replicate that. I don't know if I totally trust Jeremy roach to go out and be clutch for a third game in a row. Maybe the confidence level is just so high that they get it done. But it just seems improbable to me that duke can bring that high level of offense in consecutive games. When we've seen gaming and game out for the most partner in the NCAA tournament, how defense has been the story, particularly with Houston and particularly with it's just proven itself. I mean, Saint Peter's versus Purdue, holding Purdue to his third low scoring output of the season. I just think Arkansas brings that defensive element. It's going to be hard for duke to match for the second time in three days. How about this stat? This courtesy of duke athletics. So duke has either trailed urban tied down the stretch and postseason play against against Syracuse Miami, Michigan state Texas tech in the postseason. But in the closing stretches of those 5 games in those four games, they've outscored opponents 57 22, 57 to 22. And two of those games have been winner. It's all over. The way that duke has stepped up and found a championship level has been impressive as hell, palaban Caro and Jeremy roach are staring the moment in the face and not blinking. Everyone is playing well. It's been really impressive. I've seen every minute of every duke game since the Carolina closer at home and the regular season. And this team is undeniably matured like three times over. It's wild and I actually talked to.
"saint peter" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"College basketball podcast for everyone listening. If you were able to watch live on YouTube Friday night, we did a watch along with UNC UCLA closing out that was great, David Cobb is here with me. GP is in studio. He's getting the Friday night off. He will be back with you on Saturday. I will be of course covering duke, Arkansas, so I will not be on the Saturday pod. We will we will reconvene on Sunday. It's just the way that the schedules broke this year, but we're trying to make sure that we can each get our reps in, but not completely where ourselves out. So JP's off, there will not be Cobb. Are you gonna be making peacock noises? I'm sorry. I won't be. I changed my name back to David Cobb from David peacock's just so people would know. I'm not going to try and do that bit. I can't steal Gary's bed. Gary's so entrenched with the Staples of this pod with all the shouts in the inside jokes. And sometimes I even feel wrong throwing trivia times on you. And so I hope I'm not imposing when I do that. I hear you. I would give it a go, but as I explained to anyone that might be coming in the late or listening to this version, you know, trying to keep the voice as good as it can. It's a little bit rough right now. So I ditched the recall, just in case. Or the ricola, I never know. How do you say it? Ricola? Ricola? Don't know. But I figured. On the commercials, isn't it ricola? Something like that, my man. Anyway, welcome to the icon college basketball podcast. We are going, we are live as Miami and Iowa state are wrapping. We will get to that game on the tail end. It's the game with the least amount of intrigue. I always say it has been able to keep it relatively close, but Miami is pulling away. And so we've got our regional final set. We of course have to have to have to have to have to. Start with the glory and amazement that is Saint Peter's. Saint Peter's peacocks, a 15 seed are going to the elite 8. They are going to a regional final to play North Carolina. This is real life. Never before had a 13, 14, 15 or 16 ever made a regional final. Saint Peter's is now the first and only. Previous to this, the most recent instance we had of a low seed making it this far? Do you know it cop? Yeah, it was a number 12 C Missouri in 2012, am I right? Not 2012. Missouri was a two in 2012 that lost to a 15, a 15 seat coincidently enough in Norfolk state. It was Missouri in 2002, coached by Quinn Snyder. You're a young pup. I don't expect you to remember such a thing. Hey, that was before they got into the SEC and then Friends on my geographical sphere, so. You're absolutely right on that. So Saint Peter's does it. Not if we are able to bring up that stat broadcast of Saint Peter's versus Purdue here, look at this beautiful and real time. If you're not already, by the way, please like, subscribe, engage with us on the comments. Your boy here is all too willing to take questions live on the pod and adjust on the fly, so I encourage interaction and please talk amongst yourselves in the chat. We really, really appreciate that. You can see if you're watching on YouTube in real time or after the fact. Saint Peter's Purdue, I will get to Purdue here. But for Saint Peter's to do this, is obviously unbelievable because we had never seen it before, period, had never seen this. Anything close to this, when you consider a Mac team MAC, at least been around 40 plus years, had never even made a sweet 16. Now it's got a team in the elite 8 to do it like that incredible, obviously, to do it with almost no budget. I saw someone tweet out. I have not had a chance to fact check this particular one either. That Saint Peter's athletic department don't include the coaching staff and all that has 11 people. 11? 11 people. And they beat Purdue in Philly. How about that SID right now? I saw his name earlier and I should have written it down to give him a shout out. But can you imagine? I mean, he probably handled several sports for them. And he's now the biggest story. His team is now the biggest story in college basketball. In sports probably at large in the U.S. at this moment in time. There's nothing nothing that can prepare you for the onslaught of requests and just the mayhem of that role. And he's one of the 11 employees in that entire athletic department. That's shouts to that guy. I'm going to see if I can get a hold on. I want to give this guy a shout here right now. Let's see if I can find first of all, yeah, I'm looking at this staff directory right now. Here's how small St. Peters is. It doesn't even indicate like who the Sid is because this person, man or woman, literally is in charge of running four or 5 sports, I'm sure. Communications wise, maybe it's Chris, shouts to you so. Rachel Paul Avery, incredible stuff. How about the fact that Saint Peter's? Kept Purdue out of the scoring column for almost 5 minutes down the stretch of this game. In incredible, man. We can get into the actual strategy that Matt painter executed and didn't execute, but I just can't, I can't get away from this idea and this notion. That this is possible, you know? There is nothing in American sports that can give us this. Saint Peter's is one of the it is already by nature of winning three games. Three games. It's one of the greatest sports stories in American history. It just is. If you really.
Love's big shots lift Carolina past UCLA, into Elite Eight
"The magic carpet ride continue for Saint Peters became the first fifteen seed to reach the elite eight with a sixty seven sixty four win over Purdue and NC double a east regional semifinal the peacocks took control of the game late in the second half with eleven three run taking the lead for good on a basket by Daryl banks the third drawing a plan bass was a kid you dream of moments like this is is is is very want that's a wonderful feeling to have everybody supporting us and just being there for us it just helps us with this run and is just amazing thanks F. forty four St Peters who will face number eight North Carolina who took the seventy three sixty six win over UCLA came up love scored twenty seven of his game high thirty points in the second half of the tar heels in the wind Michael Luongo Philadelphia
"saint peter" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
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Saint Peter's is 3rd 15 seed in Sweet 16, beats Murray State
"The fifteenth seed is going to the Sweet Sixteen St Peter's seventy to sixty win over Murray state was one of two upsets in Indianapolis the peacocks got seventeen points from Casey the DeFeo who helped hold the racers to thirty four percent shooting we know defense comes first we spent so much time in practice on defense so you know there's nothing new to us we just come in and try to play you play defense all day and give a hundred ten percent in every in every aspect earlier eleven seed Michigan got by third seed Tennessee's seventy six to sixty eight hundred Dickinson and Eli Brooks combined for fifty points as the Wolverines stage their second upset in as many games Tom McCabe Indianapolis
Saint Peter's University quietly savors OT win over Kentucky
"Cinderella has feathers D. **** from Saint Peter's university Rosalyn Thomas's school a number fifteen seed bead number two C. eight time national champion Kentucky in overtime it was amazing I was not expecting anything less because they all my boys think Peters has only about three thousand students people who picked Kentucky to go far in the tournament may not be singing their praises cliff a chock S. was at a campus rally this places on the map the city oftentimes overlooked because of proximity to New York City the peacocks are making their fourth appearance in the tournament since the twenty ten to twenty eleven season this is their first win student Annabel Adams says take that New York people across the river have no idea about the school and we're just sitting here the entire time St Peter's next opponent Murray state hi Matt Donahue
"saint peter" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"A mess. Down to the Midwest regional. It's for Kansas blasted Texas southern like we pointed out both teams that played in the first four on day in Dayton, two nights ago, got blasted in their Thursday game. Indiana hammered and Texas southern also hammered by Kansas. Creighton, we mentioned beat San Diego state to drop the mountain west conference to zero and four in this NCAA tournament. That was one of the three games that went to overtime. And then like dead leg said, a Richmond, upset Iowa, Providence got past the jackrabbits. So we'll have Richmond and Providence in the round of 32 on Saturday. And the Iowa thing, I think, before Kentucky happened, was probably the most surprising because it's the Iowa team that had been playing really well. Keegan Murray had been looking like a legitimate candidate to compete with Oscar she way for some national player of the year awards. Iowa had just won the Big Ten tournament. And then they just do not play well at all against Richmond and get caught by an a ten team that had to win the 18th tournament just to get into the bracket. And you'll never know for sure why that happened. Maybe it just happened for the same reason. Saint Peter's beats Kentucky because sometimes weird things happen in the NCAA tournament. But I don't think it's unreasonable to suggest that after beating Purdue and beating Rutgers and beating Indiana and winning the Big Ten tournament, you look up and it's like, oh, we're playing Richmond from the a ten who wasn't even going to get into tournament until they happened to beat Davidson in the 18 tournament top 5. We're fine. Or maybe just don't lack the you don't have the same type of intensity focus that you had for every game you played in the Big Ten tournament. Can't say for sure, if that's what happened to Iowa, perhaps Richmond just was gonna outplay them no matter the circumstances. But sometimes you see teams. Remember, I was playing deep into Sunday afternoon. They played deep into Sunday afternoon and then turn around and they're playing after spending months playing one Big Ten power after another. It's Richmond, which is a good program, a proud program, but probably not the type of name that resonates with Big Ten players the way Big Ten programs resonate with Big Ten players. So whatever the reason what we got is Iowa, getting upset by Richmond, say, South Dakota state losing to Providence, so Richmond Providence is going to play in the round of 32. On Saturday. And nada, with that, if you've got a winner for this paramount plus card, let's announce it and get out of here because obviously because of northlanders Internet issues in Greenville, this is kind of a disaster. Kind of a disaster. Only partially a disaster. The bigger disaster happened with calipari, but y'all already talked about that. Our friend short round who managed to promote your peacock sounds. Has won the paramount plus gift card. I would suggest that he check his Twitter DMs because the code is right there and he's the first winner. The inaugural winner of our paramount plus gift card. Well, how about that? Congratulations. It's a $100 paramount plus card. And if it's possible and I don't know that it is, it's certainly not in my notes. But if it's possible to use that to buy norlander better Internet.
"saint peter" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Well, that was the other interesting thing. I tweeted this shortly after the Kentucky result. When Kentucky lost, it ensured that either Saint Peter's, San Francisco, or Maury state, would make the sweet 16, which is kind of neat. And now we know that game will be Murray state Saint Peter's, and this is where we can start bouncing around a little bit because the racers and the Dons put on an incredible show. I mentioned three games on Thursday went to overtime. That was also one of them. In the spirit of full disclosure, I was on set. I didn't, I was monitoring it, but not really watching it because, you know, we were live on TV and it's hard to do. So I'll let you take it from here. Amazing performance from those two teams I gather. Saint Peter's was the biggest outcome of the day, the best game of the day was the game that I hoped would wind up being the best game of the first round and it seemed to be the best matchup. And yes. I mean, what Memphis? I mean, what Memphis? Well, Murray state in San Francisco put on was unbelievable. 92 87 and overtime, there were the combined 33 points in overtime, oh, by the way, jamari bouie went for 36 in a loss. He was hit he was out of his mind, man. Just incredible, incredible coaching all around great play. Murray stay kind of botched it at the end of regulation Mac and said so after the game ended, but yeah, booyah carried them in San Francisco wasn't at full strength. They didn't have Yao and playing in this game Patrick tape kind of stepped in and instead and did well. He won a filing out, but he played well. Marissa got a great overall collective effort, justice hill, KJ Williams, Kevin Brown, Trey Hannibal, Jordan skipper Brown, all scored in double figures. And there were just the overtime was the first two days at its best, unreal shot making, incredible guys falling down, throwing up the ball and it's just dropping in. Time and time again, then bouie has got another three. And then though this one's gonna be from further out. And this one's gonna be from further on. They kept falling and they kept falling and they kept falling. Again, I hate the fact that these two teams had to play each other because one of them had to go home. The reality is there are teams that played worse than both of these teams. And they're going to continue playing over the weekend. That's fine. But San Francisco and Murray state should have been pitted against different opponents. Doesn't mean they would have been both guaranteed to win, but these two brought out the absolute best in each other. Todd golden and Matt McMahon are rising stars as coaches. They are headed for bigger jobs and I think they're headed for bigger jobs soon here, so. It was awesome. It was a wonderful way to wrap up the 9 on Thursday. Buddy, you don't just sound tired. You sound sick. Are you sure you're not sick? No, I'm just tired, dude. What do you want from me? What do you want? I can only talk so much, my man. So Murray state Saint Peter's both advanced that is on the left side of your bracket and so let's stay on the left side of the bracket. Baylor handled Norfolk state, no problem, 85, 49. North Carolina, after we both picked marquette, straight up, North Carolina blows out marquette by 32 points. So we get Baylor, North Carolina, Saturday on CBS, as America's most watched network is the network of stars. This game could get tricky for the bears. If you're looking for a one seed that might have to really fight in its round of 32 game, I think it might be Baylor against this North Carolina team. Yeah, this North Carolina outcome was the largest margin of victory for David warlock in the history of 8 9 games and Carolina. We both faded the public. We were wrong on it, Carolina. Both teams played well, but they UNC was so dominant that that game will head into Saturday early afternoon with real intrigue because Hubert Davis could have quite the in season, not that he has needs redemption, but heels fans were on him January and February and now they've really turned it on to Caleb love was very good. Brady Manning that was very good. So yeah, the Carolina outcome understandably scooted under the radar, but I mean, they pasted marquette. It was never close. It wasn't worth watching after the first 6 minutes of the game. If your heel stand, that's a huge sign. And it just happens to set up an awesome Saturday matchup between those two programs. In the same region, saint Mary's. Blasted Indiana, boy, dead leg. If you think you've got Internet problems right now, it is nothing compared to what is going on in the hoosier state overnight. They get pounded by the 29 points. Yeah, I guess it was 29 points. I was in there. And then UCLA was in a fight the whole time with Akron. And finally pulled away in the closing minutes, so we get UCLA, saint Mary, this is terrific. Two California schools in the round of 32 of the east regional. Saint Mary's, what a dominant showing. And again, because of the high profile nature of some of these results there. I think they put Indiana in a box man. They stuffed them super impressive, super, super, super impressive there. They looked good enough to make a deep run in the tournament. In a significant way there, so yeah, gales will set up to be a tough matchup for any team, but especially on a two day turnaround. I think that in particular is pretty tricky there. So Indian, by the way, and I don't know why this is the case, just a quick note on this. And again, I had the late game. I don't know why you don't get the first four teams the last tip and that we had games tipping on, and this can happen again on Friday. Why is the San Diego pod tipping at ten four 45 in the morning? When you've got a game in the central time zone, just doesn't seem balanced. But I don't know. There's a reason for all this stuff. I actually think it can affect teams as chances because you're getting on a flight, you're going across the country, particularly like Indiana, like it just didn't have a credit to saint Mary's, it deserved to win, no doubt about it. But yeah, the Gale's got a dominant and definitive win. No question about it. And I couldn't be. I would rank it honestly among the top three performances. I was watching there was a great little spot right around the hotel. So I watched the most of the night games for the first window there. And I was watching saint Mary's the entire time, even though it wasn't, even though it wasn't close. And it was just completely completely convincing. Completely convincing GP. And I just had Indiana winning in that, that was a misfire that was a miscue there. But I do, actually, I do like their chances on Saturday. What about you? Saint Mary's? It looks like we got major delay problems here. Yes, I think saint Mary's, if I think saint Mary's could beat UCLA. Saint Mary's look terrific. They're one of only three teams this season to be Gonzaga, if you could beat Gonzaga, you can be by definition anybody else. So in the east regional, we've got three round of 32 match ups set. It's Baylor, North Carolina. Saint Mary's UCLA and Murray state, Saint Peter's, on the left side of the bracket in the west regional, we also, at this point, have two round of 32 game set. Gonzaga struggled with Georgia state, but one 93 72 struggled for, I don't know, about 30 minutes with Georgia state. And then won the game 93 72. So the zags move on and then Memphis beat Boise state 64 53 to win that game by 11 advanced in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2014 after making the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2014. So on Saturday, we will get Gonzaga against Memphis..
Murray State edges San Francisco 92-87 in overtime
"First round games in Indianapolis produced two upsets and almost a third the biggest surprise fifteenth seed Saint Peters eighty five to seventy nine overtime win against second seed Kentucky the peacocks rallied in both regulation and overtime and got twenty seven points from Daryl banks eleventh seed Michigan upset six seed Colorado state it took overtime but seventh seed Murray state prevailed over San Francisco ninety two eighty seven and Tennessee had no trouble with Longwood winning eighty eight to fifty six Tom McCabe Indianapolis
"saint peter" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"No, I don't think so. But you're about to really see, like he's I think he's going to really feel the ire. Now I wouldn't say it's unthinkable, but this is like after last year and then this game, Saint Peter's, losing like this, by the way, ask her she weighed 30 and 16 in this game. 30 and 16, lowest he'd ever prior to this Kentucky never lost to a team lower than 6, dropped to middle Tennessee in 82 as an 11 and lost to LSU in 86,011 that LSU team made the final four. So yeah, it's a devastating devastating in terms of expectations for Kentucky. They're fans thought they could win the national championship and they could. Again, she boy was great, but I mean, if you watch that game from start to finish, Daryl banks had 27 points, they continued to punch back. Time and time and time again, it was such a great watch because Kentucky for the most part, it was terrible from three for the most part. But it was still like it wasn't playing horrendously bad. It was a good game in Saint Peter's just simply never wilted. Like, we're not going to spend any time on Gonzaga, Georgia state, except for this. For the first 70% of that game, it was like, are we really going to do this right now with Gonzaga? And then Gonzaga was like, you're done. You're sitting down, we're going to win. They flipped it in 5 minutes. Kentucky was completely incapable of doing that. Saint Peter's stood up to the challenge, survived over time. Shaheen Holloway. This tournament makes stars out of so many people and rightfully so. And he's on a rocket right now, man. That is just an I can not overstate and I'll say, I can't overstate how unlikely it is for a team like Saint Peter's, which isn't even the best team out of the Mac to go into this kind of game and beat this Kentucky team. It's incredible. I think it does rate easily on top 5 all time in the NCAA tournament's history. And if you want to go top three, because of how good Kentucky was most of the season because of the point spread here because Saint Peter's never had a win to its name and its tournament's history. I'd buy it. I'd buy it. Over Virginia, but it's about as surprising as any 15 over a two. I think it might get dull just a little bit because this isn't the third time we've seen a 15 win. It's not even the 7th time. It's not the tenth time. So the more common these things happen and still have that common. But the 11th one probably won't be a shocking. And then the 12th won't be less shocking. And so on and so on. But don't let that detract from just the size of the accomplishment and now Saint Peter's is going to play Saturday against Murray state for a right to go to the sweet 16 and become just the third 15 seat to ever have done that if they could do it, they would join, of course, dunk city, and then flowers from last year. There is no off season in college football and certainly no off season on the cover three podcast with three episodes per week all through March and April. We're talking spring practice storylines from all across the country. The latest action from the transfer portal and some of the biggest topics in the ever changing world of modern college football. So join me, chip Patterson, along with Tom for nelli, Danny kanell, and bud Elliott. We'll give you the latest from spring ball, but we're also having some fun with the NFL Draft. Coach rankings and all kinds of debates surrounding this sport that we know and love. Downloading follow the cover three podcast on Apple podcasts, Spotify, stitcher, Google podcasts, and wherever podcasts are found. This is Jimmy Conrad, one third of in soccer we trust. A new podcast that is part of the CBS Sports Network and dedicated to those Americans among us who are in love with the beautiful game. As the U.S. spends national team looks to punch its ticket to the World Cup later this month over arguably three must win qualifiers against Mexico, Panama and Costa Rica. In soccer we trust has you covered for all of the latest news and analysis. From game previews, live recaps, interviews, and of course heated discussions, I along with my two favorite former teammates heath Pearce and Charlie Davies will bring you up potent mix of been there done that expertise and unbridled passion. Because at the end of the day, we're fans of the stars and stripes just like you. So download and follow on Apple podcasts Spotify stitcher Google podcasts and anywhere podcasts are found. Subscribe to.
"saint peter" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Amazing job by shaheen Holloway. Just incredible, man. Incredible, incredible stuff. It's the tenth time of 15s beating the two. By point spread overall, it's the fourth biggest ever. Norfolk state is still the biggest by point spread. UMBC over Virginia is the biggest because it's the 16 over number one overall seed, Santa Clara was 20 point dog against Arizona 93 and then Saint Peter's 18.5 dogs to Kentucky here on Thursday night. Clearly one of the biggest upsets ever, no question about it. You and I we owe all the Saint Peter's fans and I'm sure our Saint Peter's army is deep on this podcast, but we outright dismissed them. We might not have given this game 6 seconds on our mega NCAA tournament preview episode earlier in the week GP. And we were wrong for it. Shaheen Holloway was, he just, this is going to change the course of his career, man. I don't know if he's going to wind up at Satan hall or whatever, whatever. That's for down the road. You have a tiny, tiny, tiny school. And Doug eddard goes for 20 points, gets a huge bucket to get it to overtime. It's the clinching file shots in the bonus session. You got the national player of the year on the other side of the floor. And while there's so much to talk about, and it was an unbelievable Thursday, to see Saint Peter's do what it did in that spot and make it to overtime and win and win the way that it did. It just was the biggest loudest reminder of how incredible this tournament is. And as I tweeted earlier, I tweeted like frigging 55 times a night. I was locked in. This is the universe reconciling for the past two years. No tournament in 2020 last year was good, but it was different. This is now like, okay, this is what remember, we remember fans and stands all across the country, Cinderella's going for it. Saint Peter's, nobody had this coming, this tournament always fools us. We allow it to do so and we're better for it incredible stuff, GP. Brian in the comments on YouTube tweeted that we should give the paramount plus gift card to the third assistant at Saint Peter's. We should. That's good. It's a good point. It's a reasonable point. I think Pete Tam will tweeted this as well, like every Kentucky assistant, you know, the three assistants that recruit. Make like triple, what should he and Holloway makes as the head coach at Saint Peter's? Saint Peter's, which is not surprising, but still, you know, when something like this happens, you start finding every little bullet point you can find. Just an absolute incredible win for St. Peters. And a devastating loss for Kentucky. Like, we carry John calipari's press conference live on CBS Sports Network. And I've obviously set through a lot of John Kelly press conferences. You know, I was insane to Tony when his Memphis team lost in overtime in the national championship game to Kansas. I've seen that guy take some rough losses. I've never seen him this down after a loss. I don't think. I mean, he was beaten down because as explained on CBS Sports Network early in the night, this stuff doesn't happen in a vacuum. You've got to provide the context. Here is a fact connected to John calipari now. After the worst season in Kentucky basketball history, he just gave him the force loss. In Kentucky NCAA tournament history. That's his past two years. Kentucky has not won a game in the inside we tournament now. Since March 2019, now some of that's because we didn't have one in 2020, but they didn't make it last year and they lose as a two seed this year and he becomes just the tenth coach. In NCAA, tournament men's division one history to lose as a two seed to a 15 seed in the round of 64. But I thought this was interesting. Of the ten men who have lost these types of games, 5 of them are Naismith memorial Hall of Famers. Trivia time. Can you name all 5? Run down that criteria again? Lawsuits are two C to a 15 seat. It's happened ten times in history. 5 of those ten times, the loser was a Naismith memorial Hall of Fame coach. Beheim is a two to 15 Richmond in 90 ISO as a two to 15 middle Tennessee in 14. You've got K as a two to 15 Lehigh in 2012. You've got. Are you counting Cal? Yeah, so that's four. He's got one more to get. Like you said. It's Cal K is obey him and there's one more. I'm thinking all the twos that lost. Frank case not on that list. I'm afraid. Last year was holtman not on that list. We had one a few years ago. What was the 15 of you? Let's see when Gulf Coast won. It beat when golf course want to be Georgetown, so JT three not on the list. When compensate did it, I don't remember South Carolina's coach, but he's not on the list. So I'm missing one. What am I missing GP? Fill me in. Don't want to make the listeners wait. The answer.
"saint peter" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Norlander is here with me and the forever celebrated first Thursday of the NCAA tournament. It is in the books. If you're not watching live on YouTube, I should tell you that it is one 30 a.m. eastern. If you are watching live on YouTube, please smash the like button like your Brandon Davies and check this out. If we get a 150 likes on this video. Yeah. While we're talking here in the middle of the night on YouTube, we'll give away. About to tell you. About to tell you what I'm gonna do. I don't know if you know what really the people want here, but go ahead. We're gonna give away a $100 gift card to paramount plus, which is your place to stream NCAA tournament games, the NFL, Champions League, the PGA Tour, and some of the best films and shows being made right now among them, mayor of Kingstown, starring Academy Award, nominee, Jeremy Renner. So just like get in the comments, shout out larnell, leaky black, dodo birds, doesn't matter to me. Leave your Twitter handle or your Instagram handle with your comment. That way if you win, we can contact you. All that's out of the way. All right, dead leg. What? A day. Some years, the madness, it doesn't arrive until Friday afternoon, maybe even Friday night. This year it has already arrived. We had two 12s. Beat 5s. We had an 11. Over a 6, three games went to overtime. One of which was improbably Kentucky, Saint Peter's, which is obviously where we'll start. For the tenth time, in the history of the NCAA tournament, a two seed lost to a 15 C final score Saint Peter's 85 Kentucky 79 in OT, a stunner in Indianapolis, dead leg on a scale of one to Sydney Sweeney. Oh, boy. How crazy is it? That John calipari's wildcats are already out of the 2022 NCAA tournament. Do you have that team in the final four? No, I had UCLA. Okay, well, that's interesting. That guy interesting could have been messier. This could have been messier here. Okay, so a couple things here. First of all, the people want you to make a peacock noise. Are you willing to do that on the podcast? I saw the hashtag Jeep, I saw the hashtag GP cock just so you know. Okay. As I, as I tweeted, I've been in studio all night. If my makeup looks great, it's because I've been in studio all night. It does. Thank you. And so I have to rush straight out of the CBS broadcast center, which is at 50 7th, but it's on 57th between tenth and 11th. They're in Manhattan. And then I got to get to 54th in Broadway. So they got a nice car waiting for me outside. I hopped in and it's, you know, 5 minute ride, not too bad, but I'm hustling, because I got to get back here to start the I on college basketball podcast. And I did start to see, 'cause I've been on TV for three straight hours. I started to see people want me to make a peacock sound. And it occurred to me on my ride back to the hotel. I don't know what sound peacocks make. Do I? I actually, I meant to look it up, but I haven't had time. Well, I don't know. You want to know how much? If you want to know how I spit my ride from the CBS broadcast center to my hotel, it was by looking on YouTube. Okay. And listening to peacocks makes sense. You want me to give it a shot? Let's hear it. Oh. Oh. Oh. Ah. Oh. Ah. Ah. Jonathan Chubb, what? Ah. Ah. Something like that. Wow. I mean, I give it to you, man. I didn't know if we were getting that, but the people demanded it. Don't ever say I don't prep for this podcast. I've got prep for this podcast. Oh, it's a leak. It's going in the drops, eventually. Okay? Going in the drops eventually. What an incredible, incredible day. Thank you to everyone that is up if you're up late on the east coast like us, well, more power to you, but particularly our West Coast mountain audience, maybe central time zone. Hello. Let me tell you, this is where you can tell. I've been in studio and you've been waiting to do this because I'm like still wired from being on TV for three straight hours and you so obviously are ready to go to sleep. Well, I just, I happen to only get, I mean, I'm up, I'm up the night before. Watching Notre-Dame and Mike bray and get it all done and then I'm trying to fall asleep and I'm geeked for the tournament and then I had to get up at I woke up at like 5 15. So I've just been averaging like four and a half hours for like 5 straight nights and it's about hitting me. I think I might be able to steal like 7 hours tonight, but I'm good to go with you buddy and this Saint Peter's win provided really an all time moment in the history of the tournament. I don't know if it's the biggest one ever, but I saw some incredible incredible stats coming out of this. One of which I think I want to highlight here shout to Tim Burke bubba Prague on Twitter who does an amazing job. Basically covering all facets of media. And he had the research. He said Kentucky's basketball budget for men is 12.5 times as much as Saint Peter's. And he said, I can almost, I'm almost certain this is the biggest upset by expenditures ratio ever without a doubt. He said for comparison, UMBC when it Virginia, Virginia was only spending 5.7 times more. This stuff actually means a ton. I tweeted earlier, Saint Peter's is the toughest job in the Mac, it doesn't pay its third assistant position, which is a borderline unheard of throughout most of division one. It is so overmatched in every single possible aspect. And yet for all the greatness of this game, this outcome, what the peacocks did, I freaking love that. I love it. I love it. You're not getting this anywhere else. You're not getting peacock noises. And I would do it, but I really don't know. I hope I'm not waking anyone else up right next door. Imagine you're in the room next to me. And at one 30 in the morning, you hear somebody making peacock noises. How outrageous? It's Saint Patrick's Day though. You get what you get. You know what, that's a great, great, great, great, great point. This is the glory of the tournament though. It absolutely is. You know, to get a school as small as Saint Peter's on the same court as Kentucky. Man, Kentucky came into this game with a 127 all time NCA tournament wins to its program. Saint Peter said zero. And now it has one. An amazing job by shaheen Holloway. Just incredible, man. Incredible, incredible stuff. It's the tenth time.
"saint peter" Discussed on Security Now
"IT pro TV slash security now offer code SN 30. And now, the picture of the week, so we have, I suppose, a programmer who has recently met his demise. Presenting himself to the pearly Gates. And now, traditionally, Saint Peter has had a long scroll, which he's scrolled through the find out the disposition of this recently passed person. But this is 2022. He has a laptop. Anyway, Saint Peter is telling the programmer. Says here, you should be in hell. But since you coded in assembly, we'll count it as time served. Oh, now you love your assembly language. It just can't take that assembly away period. Nope. It's my language. For you, hell is a high level language..
On Christmas, pope prays for pandemic's end, peace dialogues
"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker Christmas Christmas is is being being celebrated celebrated around around the the world world as as the the faithful faithful return return to to some some annual annual religious religious gatherings gatherings from from the the Vatican Vatican to to the the UK UK to to the the US US more more not not not not pope pope Francis Francis prayed prayed for for an an end end to to the the pandemic pandemic during during his his Christmas Christmas day day address address at at the the Vatican Vatican for for a a few few thousand thousand people people seated seated in in a a rain rain soaked soaked Saint Saint Peter's Peter's square square the the pontiff pontiff also also pushed pushed for for vaccines vaccines for for the the poor poor health health care care for for all all people people and and to to resolving resolving the the world's world's conflicts conflicts at at a a crowded crowded midnight midnight mass mass at at St St Patrick's Patrick's cathedral cathedral in in New New York York where where the the wire wire wore wore masks masks as as they they sang sang cardinal cardinal Timothy Timothy Dolan Dolan said said every every mass mass is is a a live live nativity nativity scene scene again again Jesus Jesus is is reborn reborn in in our our hearts hearts through through faith faith the the head head of of the the church church of of England England the the most most Reverend Reverend Justin Justin Welby Welby called called for for compassion compassion the the Christmas Christmas story story shows shows just just how how we we must must treat treat those those who who on on like like this this who who have have far far less less than than the the US US ship ship up up Canterbury Canterbury also also spoke spoke of of the the climate climate crisis crisis describing describing the the damage damage to to the the planet planet as as human human sin sin Julie Julie Walker Walker AP AP news news
Caller Says Wife Is Being 'Termed' From Hospital, Despite Having COVID Antibodies
"The story My wife and I and my daughter contracted COVID right around Christmas last year ten months ago My wife works at Saint Peter's hospital in Albany for the last 34 years actually 34 years in January two years ago she was named employee of the year in her department This week she found out that she is going to be not terminated They used the word term She was going to be turned because she has not been vaccinated with the Pfizer or the majority vaccine And the reason my wife has it it isn't because she is an anti vaxxer I have the vaccine Okay I got it My daughter has it my wife haven't And my wife hasn't because she's a scientist and she does her research Now she said to the hospital from day one I'm going to be tested for antibodies This is going back to last January before all this craziness happened I'm going to go to the hospital you know whenever you recommend after I've recovered from COVID I'll have the antibody test She had it let's say in March she positive She had lots of antibodies So I got the test I was positive my daughter as well So we had the antibodies We were feeling pretty good Then as summer came on you know more pressure was coming on to employees So my wife said who are supervisor Do you have any exemptions And they're like here you go With Saint Peter's letter had a medical exemption Go to your doctor if he signs off on this You know that will put that in the system for you So she did that Her doctor signed it because my wife brought her evidence and why she's making this decision based solely on silence science just so you know Long story short this week they came to her from HR and said you still haven't gotten your shot She's like well I turned in my medical exemption in July We have no record of that They said Okay so we'll just leave it at that I'm not going to make any accusations That's what they told her If they told her two days ago if you are not vaccinated by a week from today next Friday you will be termed
Archdiocese Investigates Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Bartlett Priest
"Catholic priest from Chicago Archdiocese Church in Bartlett is facing sexual abuse allegations. WGN's Jackie Bang is more and the letter to the Saint Peter Damian perish, Cardinal Blaze Soup Itch wrote. Quote. I have asked Father CEO MC to step aside from ministry following receipt by the Archdiocese of allegations of sexual abuse of a minor, approximately 30 years ago allegations air claims That have not been proven as true or false. Therefore, guilt or innocence should not be assumed Father Christopher CEO MC will live away from the Paris while they investigate, the archdiocese reported The allegations to DCFs and the Cook County State's attorney Seo make is the pastor of ST Peter. Damian
In Easter speech, pope calls wars in pandemic 'scandalous'
"Pope pope Francis Francis has has used used his his traditional traditional Easter Easter message message to to denounce denounce the the wars wars that that raged raged on on around around the the globe globe even even amid amid a a global global pandemic pandemic and and until until the the password password the the pope pope delivered delivered his his urbi urbi et et orbi orbi address address inside inside St St Peter's Peter's basilica basilica so so as as not not to to attract attract crowds crowds to to Saint Saint Peter's Peter's square square the the name name means means in in court court in in general general quarters quarters noting noting the the corona corona virus virus continues continues to to spread spread and and with with it it social social and and economic economic crisis crisis he he called called it it scandalous scandalous that that wars wars have have not not ended ended in in military military arsenals arsenals continue continue to to be be strengthened strengthened it it just just kind kind of of you you he he cited cited armed armed conflicts conflicts in in Yemen Yemen Syria Syria Africa's Africa's Sahel Sahel region region Nigeria Nigeria and and Tigre Tigre he he also also appealed appealed to to new new to to the the international international community community to to overcome overcome delays delays in in distributing distributing covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccines vaccines and and to to ensure ensure supplies supplies reach reach the the poorest poorest countries countries when when you you buy buy a a C. C. pupil pupil I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas
MLB Moves 2021 All-Star Game Out of Atlanta In Response To Georgia Voting Restrictions
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Maybe maybe some of the prosecutors not there just want to do that line of work because they enjoy it at high end prostitutes man. That's certainly seems like a smart business. Move for me. If you enjoy having sex and you enjoy making money it does seem like a smart business. Move to combine those two things together. Yeah there's people who have sex addictions and if you're into that line of work and your hot you know but you can't because it's illegal for some reason and of course the next sentence is about You know an outreach program. They have for prostitutes. You like you guys are saying they're trying to say that it's like automatically a problem if you're doing prostitution in those office will be partying with the baltimore crisis response inc and other community groups including the sex workers outreach project. South provide a range of services to those who need them. 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Cardinal Zen condemns St. Peter’s Basilica private Mass restrictions
"Two prominent vatican cardinals of weighed in on the recent restrictions on private masses at saint peter's in rome on monday former prefect of the congregation for divine worship cardinal. Robert sarah asked pope francis to reinstate the celebration of those private masses in the basilica then on tuesday retired bishop of hong kong cardinal. Joseph zen issued an open letter in support of cardinal. Sarah's request writing quote if it were not for the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus. I would take the first flight to come rome and get on my knees in front of the door of santa marta until the holy father has this edict withdrawn and quote zana's now the fifth cardinal voice opposition to the ban on private masses including the traditional latin liturgy in saint peter's basilica
Pope Francis pushes through back pain to give New Year's blessing
"The new year with a traditional blessing from the papal library today, the pope spoke Despite enduring nerve pain that forced him to skip New Year's ceremonies at Saint Peter's Basilica during his Usual blessing. The pope reflected that Corona virus. Pandemic quote taught us much. It is necessary to take interest in other's problems and to share their concerns.
Coronavirus dampens Christmas joy in Bethlehem and elsewhere
"Christmas celebrations have been scaled back around the world because of the cold a pandemic but the World Health Organization says that's the way it needs to be this year at the Vatican midnight mass had to be held earlier in the evening to comply with Italy's ten PM curfew there were only two hundred people carefully spaced inside the massive Saint Peter's basilica the same at the church of the nativity in Bethlehem the world health organization's Dr Ted roast add in Gabrielle asus hundreds of millions of people are today making great hearts ranging sacrifices by staying apart to stay safe he says it's a slap in the face to health care workers and first responders for people to ignore the health warnings and congregate over the Christmas holiday we must not squander their sacrifices cobit nineteen has killed more than one point seven million people around the globe I'm Jackie Quinn
Brands & Celebrities in Esports
"And we want athlete in particular. We're working with a guy named josh. Hart who was on the lakers at the time is now on the new orleans pelicans and saw genuine passion that he had for gaming and being the good sort of partners that we were We dove in and learned everything we could about it so fortunate enough to be in los angeles and which is where a lot of the publisher is in the talent and the org czar Met with you know every single person that we could from executives at at the different streaming platforms to or really just sort of made the rounds and went into full research mode Eventually built his brand on twitch really from the ground up and did it in a way was unique and like fresh and different from the space. We launched his twitch through a pair of custom fortnight sneakers which he wore on. espn With gamertag on them. Which is like just sort of a non gaming way to to enter the space in a really fun way and so we did that You know very quickly. Sorta he became a case. Study for how to how to build a brand on twitch as a non endemic talent Has very quickly become in my opinion. The most respected sort of Athlete gamer out. There you know one thing led to another. We ended up working with other guys and put on the first ever all. Nba forty nine stream was called ballers only and I think it was actually one of the highest ever debut twitch streams of course has since been beaten but just little things like that we started to get our footing in the space and existing clients who were not in gaming started to come rest and say hey how can we enter the space. We see you guys doing a lot of work gaming. How can we do this. And so we realize like. Hey there's a really cool white space here for for an agency that can can walk these worlds. You know play between these worlds really really well And so we quietly for the last. I guess three years or so have been doing gaming work under the cut and sew name and it wasn't until recently that we spurred us ourselves ourselves down and we're like we can't be an industry agnostic agency and reach our full potential in the space because the gaming industry is too protective. It's too wary. It's to sort of aware of others that are looking to come in and exploit it which you know we'd like to think we're not doing And so we built zone gaming which sits undercutting so and it's It's exclusively dedicated into the gaming space. So it's you know working with brands. Both endemic and non endemic Doing everything from social and digital influencers to content to live event production to brand strategy brand identity Really anything on the marketing side. We feel really really confident in doing And then i'd say an interesting part about our mindset is we're not just using. We're not just a service business. So we're we're actually People are coming to us for building businesses with them. We're taking this. Mark needs the infrastructure. And we're applying to ip that we have ownership in. We're investing off the balance sheet where it makes sense where we can add value Were working with individual talent on helping them build their brand on twitch So we're doing a little bit of everything and that sort of the genesis of how we got to where we are. I have so many questions met many questions Can i start with one. Because you you mentioned all the can do with endemic and non endemic brands. Okay wonder my rallying cries like a a the something that i hit on tires that get ready. Get ready like here's paul shouting at the cloud. So get ready. I teach east sports marketing classes. Saint peter's okay and so by default. I have to teach them about endemic and non endemic brands. Okay let's just part of the curriculum because that is what the industry talks about right. I personally hate this sort of differentiation. Between the two. And i'll tell you why i hate it because it makes it seem like non endemic brands. Don't really belong right. Like like like endemic brands are special and and are part of the the group and on drawn in the sand right. I kinda hate that. Because and i've spent quite a bit of time in the last two years educating brands so sort of the peace before where you come in which is like what do we. Why do we need to know about east sports at all. And why is it interesting for us at all. And then they sort of decide what they wanna do in the but but even like as part of that education process. What i've realized is some of them do feel excluded in this. Non endemic brand. Sort of category. My question to you. Is you really treat those two categories differently when a brand walks in the door. And do you agree that maybe this differentiation is something that should go away. I think we treat them differently. And the reason we treat them differently because in my opinion you know the gaming consumer is a ruthless one right and if you if you come at them in an authentic way in a way that doesn't understand how they speak their language the emotes they use and you don't speak to them in a way that likes to be spoken they'll write you off forever. And so i think that if you're a brand know not to use this word again if you're if you've been traditionally not a democr- you haven't entered the space before. I think it's really important to take a slightly different approach in. Make sure that you almost Pay your respect and and earn your stripes and pay homage to the culture In a way that maybe a brand who's been activating endemically for a really long time like could skip over. And so. That's that's the only reason i think i'd like to differentiate is because there is a bit of just like a laying the groundwork that that you have to do your first time in the space but generally i agree with you. I mean. I think like if someone if brand advertisers in sports than another doesn't you don't call it at a sport brand or non-sport brand new brands so to that and i agree completely but i do think the
A Chat With Matt Hillman, Co-Founder and Partner at Cut + Sew and Zone Gaming
"Matt for our for our listeners and our viewers. Could you tell our audience who hasn't heard of you. That'd be surprised but who maybe doesn't know your background how you got into sports. What you're working on today. Some of the things. I talked about maybe Would love to get sort of the man. Hillman story yeah absolutely. I'll spare you too much. But i I launched a full service marketing agency. That was completely outside of these sports. Space called cut and so Coming up on three years ago now so is in january. Two thousand eighteen with two partners. The three of us sort of just felt like we really unique But also diverse skill sets between Done a ton of work in sports and entertainment space. My two partners were rebound florida at a tech startup that became sort of a case. Study for consumer marketing. It was called jack. Blew up on college campuses. They were the minds behind a lot of that. And so the three of us just kind of linked up and realized that we wanted to to build something together and we had all been doing some consulting on the side and realized that an agency model was really really. Good way for us to be able to you. Know it's not like one. Plus one plus one equals. You know nine right. It's not three so We put our heads together and started to build this business. You know it's a service based business Work with companies big and small and help them help them reach a younger More culturally aware demographic that businesses called cut and so again started it almost three years ago and you know where gaming sort of came into the picture is through our work cut and so will one gaming as as ubiquitous at this point right at it is. It is so far transcended. It's it's it's individual industry in seeping into everything that we know and so If you do anything in the world of sports entertainment or music or it's really hard to gaming wasn't always like that but We were doing a lot of work with with athletes Who were really really passionate. Gamers and this was late. The early two thousand eighteen. When you did it wasn't commonplace to see athletes in celebrities streaming on twitch this was pre ninja drake. This was It was it. It was a little bit of a different market And we want athlete in particular. We're working with a guy named josh. Hart who was on the lakers at the time is now on the new orleans pelicans and saw genuine passion that he had for gaming and being the good sort of partners that we were We dove in and learned everything we could about it so fortunate enough to be in los angeles and which is where a lot of the publisher is in the talent and the org czar Met with you know every single person that we could from executives at at the different streaming platforms to or really just sort of made the rounds and went into full research mode Eventually built his brand on twitch really from the ground up and did it in a way was unique and like fresh and different from the space. We launched his twitch through a pair of custom fortnight sneakers which he wore on. espn With gamertag on them. Which is like just sort of a non gaming way to to enter the space in a really fun way and so we did that You know very quickly. Sorta he became a case. Study for how to how to build a brand on twitch as a non endemic talent Has very quickly become in my opinion. The most respected sort of Athlete gamer out. There you know one thing led to another. We ended up working with other guys and put on the first ever all. Nba forty nine stream was called ballers only and I think it was actually one of the highest ever debut twitch streams of course has since been beaten but just little things like that we started to get our footing in the space and existing clients who were not in gaming started to come rest and say hey how can we enter the space. We see you guys doing a lot of work gaming. How can we do this. And so we realize like. Hey there's a really cool white space here for for an agency that can can walk these worlds. You know play between these worlds really really well And so we quietly for the last. I guess three years or so have been doing gaming work under the cut and sew name and it wasn't until recently that we spurred us ourselves ourselves down and we're like we can't be an industry agnostic agency and reach our full potential in the space because the gaming industry is too protective. It's too wary. It's to sort of aware of others that are looking to come in and exploit it which you know we'd like to think we're not doing And so we built zone gaming which sits undercutting so and it's It's exclusively dedicated into the gaming space. So it's you know working with brands. Both endemic and non endemic Doing everything from social and digital influencers to content to live event production to brand strategy brand identity Really anything on the marketing side. We feel really really confident in doing And then i'd say an interesting part about our mindset is we're not just using. We're not just a service business. So we're we're actually People are coming to us for building businesses with them. We're taking this. Mark needs the infrastructure. And we're applying to ip that we have ownership in. We're investing off the balance sheet where it makes sense where we can add value Were working with individual talent on helping them build their brand on twitch So we're doing a little bit of everything and that sort of the genesis of how we got to where we are. I have so many questions met many questions Can i start with one. Because you you mentioned all the can do with endemic and non endemic brands. Okay wonder my rallying cries like a a the something that i hit on tires that get ready. Get ready like here's paul shouting at the cloud. So get ready. I teach east sports marketing classes. Saint peter's okay and so by default. I have to teach them about endemic and non endemic brands. Okay let's just part of the curriculum because that is what the industry talks about right. I personally hate this sort of differentiation. Between the two. And i'll tell you why i hate it because it makes it seem like non endemic brands. Don't really belong right. Like like like endemic brands are special and and are part of the the group and on drawn in the sand right. I kinda hate that. Because and i've spent quite a bit of time in the last two years educating brands so sort of the peace before where you come in which is like what do we. Why do we need to know about east sports at all. And why is it interesting for us at all. And then they sort of decide what they wanna do in the but but even like as part of that education process. What i've realized is some of them do feel excluded in this. Non endemic brand. Sort of category. My question to you. Is you really treat those two categories differently when a brand walks in the door. And do you agree that maybe this differentiation is something that should go away. I think we treat them differently. And the reason we treat them differently because in my opinion you know the gaming consumer is a ruthless one right and if you if you come at them in an authentic way in a way that doesn't understand how they speak their language the emotes they use and you don't speak to them in a way that likes to be spoken they'll write you off forever. And so i think that if you're a brand know not to use this word again if you're if you've been traditionally not a democr- you haven't entered the space before. I think it's really important to take a slightly different approach in. Make sure that you almost Pay your respect and and earn your stripes and pay homage to the culture In a way that maybe a brand who's been activating endemically for a really long time like could skip over. And so. That's that's the only reason i think i'd like to differentiate is because there is a bit of just like a laying the groundwork that that you have to do your first time in the space but generally i agree with you. I mean. I think like if someone if brand advertisers in sports than another doesn't you don't call it at a sport brand or non-sport brand new brands so to that and i agree completely but i do think the
Meet Stagecoach Mary
"A No! That's what I'm saying like. The Postman only rang once. What. What Oh, oh, Hey, we're on! Hello, everybody! My name is Mick Sullivan and welcome to the past and the curious. This is episode number forty six, and we've done an episode about male done episode about trains, and we're kind of talking about both of those things again, but it's two completely new stories. One of the stories you're going to hear is about owning the dog. And I need to think friend of the show Michael. Fleming for his great reading on that one. The other store you're going to hear is about a woman who was generally known s stagecoach Mary, or at least that's how the history books remember her, but her real name was Mary Field and she was a very interesting person. Helping us with that episode. Doing a bit of dialogue is my friend Molly Victor from well. She's the creator of stoop kids, stories, which is an awesome podcast. Part of kids listen highly recommend. Check it out. Be sure to stick around for some songs at the end and patriotic shoutouts and a little bit of fun hiding out there promise. Let's get started. Robbers didn't scare fields. Wolves didn't scare her either. She had held her own against many even deadly cold weather was of little concern to her. Actually for that she had developed a little trick to stay warm and not freeze during these particularly perilous nights to keep her blood pumping, and your temperature up Mary would pace around her wagon all night long to keep from falling asleep. She figured if she did fall asleep in the cold, she might not wake up. A night without any sleep was definitely better than a morning. That never comes as you can see. Mary took her job seriously she had made an oath to the United States Postal Service and had become the very first black woman to have a postal contract and a carrying route with her wagon and team of horses she was responsible for hauling mail and freight through remote areas of Montana, meeting the train and cascade and navigating to Saint Peter's mission. This is how she earned her nickname stagecoach. Mary the fact is she didn't take that horsedrawn wagon to get mail and freight until she was well into adulthood. For most of her life, she wasn't stagecoach Mary at all, but instead Mary, fields. She had been born on a plantation in Tennessee around eighteen, thirty two was never sure about when her birthday was. Like the rest of her family Mary had been enslaved. Forced hard labor in the field was the fate of many enslaved men and women at this plantation. And Mary grew up to be a powerful young woman who worked beside the powerful men. She was tall over six feet by most accounts, and she had a broad, incredibly strong. Now, eighteen sixty five brought an enforceable end to enslavement in the United States, and while many emancipated men and women stayed near their families and friends. Mary immediately left Tennessee in search of work. She I found it on the river during Poker Games and bull sessions later in her life. She liked to tell the story of her job on a riverboat. The Robert E was a steamboat named after the confederate general on which Mary worked in eighteen seventy, there was a famous steamboat race down the Mississippi River from Saint Louis to New Orleans between her boat and another steamer called the NACHOS. Nearly, everything moved at a slower pace in the eighteen hundreds. So it might be hard for us to understand the excitement of a race travelling at an average of fourteen miles an hour and stretched out over several days. Wasn't a slow as molasses, but it wasn't far off. Nonetheless, Americans paid attention. The plotting pace of the race lent itself to the. Of the day, as the steamboats paddled in pushed their way down the river, small towns with Telegraph, the time, each vote passed by two newspapers, print and several daily editions. As exciting as it might have been to track the progress in the morning and evening editions of the newspaper. It was certainly more exciting to be at Mary Shoes, which were on deck or at sometimes below deck by the boiler of the League. She were called the crew feeding the boilers with anything. It would burn to keep the steam earning the paddle wheel. They ran out of wood for the fires. They'd stoke it with other things broken up furniture old clothes, even somebody's desk. What ever it took to win the race? She said to that end. They actually through a whole side of Bacon in the fire. That greasy smoke may have been the key. The League won the three day race by six hours not long after this through the connection of a passenger. Mary went north for a different, even slower paced work. She arrived in Toledo Ohio for the job. At the Ursuline Convent of the sacred heart she served as groundskeeper Gardner, and handled any other jobs for the community of nuns who lived there. In exchange, the nuns gave her a room board and a paycheck Mary definitely stuck out amongst the backdrop of Solomon religious ladies, sharing space nothing about the holy environment could stop Mary from yelling at them or anyone else. Who messed up her meticulously kept landscaping.
"saint peter" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"It's speed burning. On 77 ABC beat Bernie Brian from Middletown, New York today did a good job. You got three correct. He did not into the last two. Correctly, So the pressure's on Bernie got to get four right win again. Again. I think you recognize like, 19 and two. You like Sandy Koufax? You ready to go, brother? Except I'm gentle you want that's true and you're writing and he was a left right other than that, That's your same guy. I like the pitches a supposed to you. He likes you either. So I'd be closer to a Roy Campanella. Anyway. Here we go. Here's a question number one wise guy. The McCloskey's are in the news for facing charges for brandishing guns in front of their home. What city do they live In this little adjusted, It would be Saint Peter's No ST Louis. Cardinals. His question number two bone on Ted Cruz got into a Twitter argument with more Cuban or you hate regarding China Senator Ted Cruz represents what state it would be policies from Canada was born in Canada. So it would have to be a northern state, right? No. So then it would be Texas. All right, here's a number three mother way. The brain in Middletown got all these three right too. 1st 3 Kanye West. He's in the news again. He's a psycho. He's married to whom he's married. He's married to Kim Kardashian, my son in law Canyon. He's very upset with Kris Jenner says that Kim Kardashian wanted to put him in the mental institute his questions before he got these last two wrong. So you got one of these, right? You've won the game today. National before Bernard Mcgirk goes like this. Which state was the first state to require license plates for a state to require license plates? The first state to require license plates? I'm gonna take a wild guess. Okay. No idea. I'm to say it was where they make the cars in Michigan, Michigan. You guys got that home, Brian said Rhode Island, you said Michigan for a state to require license plates. It's a plate on your car. New York If you get this right, you win today's game. If not, it's a tie. Which in that sense of loss for you if you don't want you don't want that's about life. Everybody, let's go. Don't be nervous. No, but on what is this? What city I should say What city Is the capital of the great state off Kansas Kansas. Click your heels three times, baby and go home to what? Jayhawks. You know, Well yourself. What if I say Kansas City? That would be wrong? Well, that's what he said. No, that would be wrong. But I didn't realize that because I was in a secluded booth not to make fun of the contestant begun. Well, let's see. It would be a peek boiler. Brozi was back there rooting against you. I saw it. He was standing there shooting against you is great and sell it. No, that's good mood against the champ. Congrats, boys. They always still let's quote talk quickly to Brian from Middletown, Brian Celada, Bernie McGurk, But how are you, My man? Good. Brian, Listen. Thank you for listening and participating. I'm sorry. You know, I had to take you down. It was inevitable. I don't so self deprecating now, as I did before you got to, like, play with Rocky. I mean, who the hell is going to know the first state where they made license plate? You should know you made them when you were in camp. That's good, plain, Brian. Great job and hope you'll see up there by white Lake and small, wooden beautiful family. God bless you and best you okay? Pounds. Thank thank you guys. You guys What you doing? You guys I appreciate that, and we don't disagree. We'll take a short break. We'll come back and think about Tuesday went into this today from noon to four PM It's Curtis and Juliet from board is six PM its former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, during special live and local shows for WNBC in New York City. Then it's 60 F. It's the Great.
"saint peter" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I guess for Alexander's teaches political science at Saint Peter's university in Jersey city New Jersey we're looking at the impeachment process which the second half of which the trial is to begin getting under way very shortly and let's talk now with the Jeff in the Errington Illinois any of the bull headed show Jeff good evening and thank you for joining us tonight good to have you aboard exactly Abingdon Illinois ideal and very good yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah anyway give me about their policy he he I mean her job was done but he tries to turn around trying to run the Senate who is this guy in work and you know I'm saying is it's a little ridiculous receive in whole Molly is articles of impeachment for all this time well it's a little ridiculous certainly you I'll put it this way it on the one hand Allen we we're we're told that that the urgency was the order of the day that the president was a threat to the integrity of the electoral system the president was a a threat to the security of the country this can't wait and then the Nancy Pelosi decided to sit on the articles of impeachment and extort us something out of the Senate where she has zero constitutional authority so the notion that this was so urgent does seem to have been rather under Cup there for a while well look I mean you know you got you got to take political writer for political rhetoric I think you can look at political rhetoric on her side you can look at political rhetoric on the Republican side what it's all about his transition out trying to extort anything remember the Senate and the house have to pull collaborate on legislation normally and it's not unusual for the Senate or the house to try to negotiate a try to leverage our position in ordinary legislation yes is the benefit of the chambers ordinary legislation that in ordinary legislation but it but as the the constitution clearly spells out the Senate shell have of the soul of discretion to deal with the the impeachment trial of that that's a quite clear so I have the sole decision to determine how to impeach has to accuse them whether to excuse and in what way to accuse so I think what you've got is you've got equal powers again each one has a certain responsibility and it's not unusual as I say for one chamber to leverage its position against the other so what you've got to master strategist you can quote extortionist you will but this is what happens normally in any kind of political engagement between the house and the Senate they both try to leverage their position as best as they can against the other when they know that the other maybe an opposition is no different than the ordinary political process although I would note that one difference of course this assumes that Mitch McConnell was desperately eager for Nancy Pelosi to please send over the articles of impeachment which he of course a quickly pointed out rather logically I didn't care one way or the other which rather undercut her her attempt again when the constitution gives the Senate the soul of power to to try all impeachments it's still struck me as as extortion but anyway to which Sheridan crane Missouri hello shared hello hello to you professor you know I don't blame the president one bit for fighting tooth and nail not to turn over anything man was threatened with impeachment before he even took the oath of office and the way things have been done as political as this whole mess has been I would tell them just some people use the phrase publish and be damned well I would tell them and teach and be damned because this is nothing but political rocked and it is taking money away for American taxpayers it is taking away the faith that the American people have in the government and making good very jaded and it is also giving the American people the idea that their vote doesn't count they they don't count doing more harm to the country then it will ever do good on the thank you thought so of course the the of the threats to impeach before he was even sworn in and were there of course so it does certainly underscore the notion that had nothing to do what with what Donald Trump did in office it had to do with not liking Donald Trump but it's certainly a lot of people who don't like Donald Trump are also a lot of people that look at the evidence that had been turned up during these proceedings in the found the evidence very damning as far as elections Canada I would remind people that we had a congressional election I think a lot of people spoke in that election in a way that was the anti trump so I don't think we can generalize about the American people on the basis of twenty sixteen just so I don't think we can generalize about the American people on the basis of twenty sixteen I think what we got of of recognizes that the country is split in two and because it is split in two you can't assume that you're half its speaking on behalf of the American people because there's another half the speaks very differently the question about the fact that the any time the one speaks of quote the people it it's hard to say much of anything that applies to the people in the in this country it is a very intensely a divided country one of six six five oh gimbal or number will get some more calls and with our guest of venture Alexander's he is a teacher of of political science at Saint Peter's university in Jersey city New Jersey before we're done also tonight will also take a look at what might be a sort of a a presidential race footnote but the suspension of the active campaign that is to say I quit by New Jersey senator Cory Booker and that some applications that may be implied in that as well again one eight six six five oh Jimbo our number one eight six six five oh five four six two six the impeachment trial of a president trump of should be getting underway probably this weekend that will later today that you are a fox feelings of the like with our guest professor Alan Sanders and continue with more on the Jim Bohannon show in just a moment.