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"southwark cathedral" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:33 min | 6 months ago

"southwark cathedral" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Announcing charges against four men for allegedly setting police vehicles on fire during civil unrest over the summer. U. S Attorney William McSwain told reporters that the men have each been charged with two counts of arson. One count of obstructing law enforcement. The charges stem from violent demonstrations that erupted after the death of George Floyd. Now in our newsroom. Brody Fernandez Kitty, a notable London house of worship is honoring a cat. The Southwark Cathedral held a memorial service for a stray cat named darkens Magnificat. The cat had been living in the cathedral for 12 years and passed away. Recently. The cathedral's dean Andrew Nun, says Dorgan's rose to fame within the community and even got to meet Queen Elizabeth herself. One says the cat casually looked at the queen and then went back to sleep. Okay. Not impressed. You well, you know, it's just a kiddie that news course coming on National Cat Day Well, Democratic Congresswoman Doris Matsui held a virtual discussion today on the Affordable Care act and its future, which hinges on an upcoming Supreme Court ruling came the case. Mike Blunt has more just days after the general election on November 3rd. The Supreme Court has said to hear arguments on whether the Affordable Care act is constitutional and whole. Or in part with confirmation of seventh U. S Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to fill the vacancy left by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Democratic lawmakers are concerned the could be struck down covered. California Executive director Peter Lee says. The Golden State has been playing defense for the head of the ruling. California passed a law that said, it's a requirement have health insurance. That was what was in the A. C. Originally Republicans in cars lower the penalty to zero That's one of these just coming off the Supreme Court. Lee says covered California, The state's health insurance marketplace also added additional subsidies to become the first state to offer coverage for those in the middle class says if you make more than 40% of poverty about $60,000 no financial help, no matter how much health insurance premiums cost you, governor Newsome, the state Legislature said, You know, that's not enough, he says. That adds up to roughly 40,000, California into her receiving $500 a month to lower their health insurance premiums. In 2020 alone, Lee says enrollment and covered California spiked 40% higher than the previous year until little more than 1.5 million people receive coverage through covered California in the state. When the pandemic hit in March covered, California spent $9 million in advertising to get the word out about open enrollment. Matsui says many people sign up for health care through covered California after losing their coverage through their employer during the pandemic is not something that is a frivolous expense, as I think the Trump administration were saying Because you really need to have people understand these air what things you could do and these are the deadlines and we want you to grow. Despite the news matter, he says the still could be overturned. Lisa's California could not support the insurance marketplace on its own. In California, there's about 27 Billion. That's with a B dollars. In federal funds that support expanded Medicaid that support substantive people in the covered California marketplace, so they'll go away. He has protections for pre existing conditions could also go away with the being struck down to, he says. Democratic lawmakers are working to preserve access to health coverage, no matter what the outcome of the Supreme Court ruling specific have a Supreme Court rules General Prats are standing ready to legislation. That would preserve the This includes protections for people with praises in prediction conditions,.

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Cathedral hosts memorial service after 'enormously popular' resident stray cat dies

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

Cathedral hosts memorial service after 'enormously popular' resident stray cat dies

"Fernandez Kitty, a notable London house of worship is honoring a cat. The Southwark Cathedral held a memorial service for a stray cat named darkens Magnificat. The cat had been living in the cathedral for 12 years and passed away. Recently. The cathedral's dean Andrew Nun, says Dorgan's rose to fame within the community and even got to meet Queen Elizabeth herself. One says the cat casually looked at the queen and

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"southwark cathedral" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

08:56 min | 1 year ago

"southwark cathedral" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Aw trying to get someone's attention so he could be saved from being. The bottom of a very difficult situation shouted that donkey. Eventually somebody heard the donkey but unfortunately it was a very mean farm and the main farmers saw they well the drywall saw the Donkin. The bottom and it never light the donkey always stating the. The farmers have vegetables gloss so he decided so did a farmer too. I said well juice to finish off the donkey and fill out the well at the same time you got out of spayed started taking US throwing it into the well to fill out the well with the donkey out the bottom very very cool. I'm nasty into always when we do nasty things. You always find that they bad. Khama comes back to bite you as it happened in this story because the donkey as soon as I realized that the farmers trying to bury it align trying to kill it the donkey shouted even louder he will be little which in donkey language made stoke. You'll be then. The donkey fell silent and the farmers sought. He hadn't put that much into the whole. He didn't know why the Dunkin stop shouting so soon. Pretty thought maybe had a heart attack. Oh maybe just lay down but anyway that donkey was obviously dead. So so the farmer. He just carried on putting Into the whole more and more us more on earth because he had to finish off very in donkey and filling up the hall but what the farmer didn't realize was that donkey that had insight. I developed some wister instead of shouting and complaining when things are going wrong. Which is what most people do in life especially the time right this even when it's a life and death matter instead of shouting and complaining. The donkey just stood there when the next several full of birth was thrown over. Its head the donkey just shook it off. Stamped in under its feet and the donkey was an inch higher and other shovel full of earth. Shaking it off. No complaining stamped it in under his feet. Another inch higher and racer being gary on time and eventually to donkey. Here's appear above the top of the well. The farmer wasn't paying any attention the farmer in practice. Mindfulness awareness of his surroundings or any insight survey bad man just wanted to kill the Dunkin. Fill out the well. So few more shovels of earth shake it off stabbed under his stampede in under his feet and the donkey grew another inch. Hosa to the escape and soon the donkey was so close to the top of their while. He just jumped over the edge of the well. I was free but before he was free before he ran away. The donkey decided out of compassion. Of course to bite the farmer on the backside as I say are caught masseuse. Please excuse me. They say because he wanted to to remind him of his ass is so look after the donkeys and also to say that. That's bad copy. Must Remember never to be cool to anybody in this world and the reason that's how the tonky escape from the well not by complaining by figuring out whatever happens to us in life if we're in the bottom of a well being buried alive the death is happening. It's amazing when you don't worry there's always things which you can do is ways of coping as ways of seeing things a different way and who knows making something out of your desperate situation and of course. That's what's happening now. In many parts of the world people just focusing just on the obvious real inches and Mesa me and sometimes depression which comes from the situation of this covered nineteen virus. But even though it's very difficult situation there's always something which we can do with. It always something which can happen. Recently I got an email from the cottage where I went to a young student in Cambridge and they were saying that they had shot down there in college as well and of course these colleges were so awesome the first time they shut down and they were telling that in their records the previous time they shut down totally because of pandemics was during the plague in the seventeenth century in sixty and sixty five and six hundred sixty six that play just destroyed so many livelihood. It's so they had to shut down the coalition that time what other people are not Emmanuel News at Trinity College but up at Cambridge University was a gentleman Cosa Isaac Newton and he had to leave the carnation. Go Up to Lincolnshire somewhere. Just to what we call these days socially isolate and that what he was His his not said this was one of the most fruitful intellectual times of his life. Many of his great discoveries would obviously have happened there when he was away by himself alone so much so we can learn. We're by ourselves. It's not only that but I have to say that at the same time there was another fellow. Who is this time at the college where I was anti? My New College coach John Harvard. And of course that's the John Halford who founded Harvard University in Massachusetts USA. And if any of you ever to visit that place in the future and you look at the famous statue. John Harvard standing there in front of one of the buildings. You will notice just on the pedestal on which he's standing. There is the This clothes the Lion Ma'am parent is an emblem. Which is the emblem of my new college. Cambridge studied but one of the I love ny of that. College of Emmanuel College eventually became the Bishop of Southwark Cathedral. He wrote he gave this lecture about the origin of Harvard. University actually came from and he had all the documents to prove. His research was founded because it was in southern south.

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"southwark cathedral" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

13:26 min | 1 year ago

"southwark cathedral" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Not be the world's greatest university as Alex beam always tells us of mix of itself but covered is certainly a for a small college in New England the fine place William Moore has been writing wonderful historical novels about of the American experience Cape Cod analysis Annapolis George Washington back pay others and now of course Harvard yard bill could have you with us David thank you for having me against the resuscitator character from back by and you also have one of the great myth mythological beliefs about Harvard wanted to tell us that that sort of over a founding belief of of what wonderful document may have in fact gone into the hands of the famed John Harvard well it's a it's a great story one night when I first thought about writing another novel back in New England because I had wandered off down to Virginia to write about George Washington and down to Annapolis to write about the Naval Academy in the U. S. navy when I thought about coming back to New England to write another historical novel about some legendary New England location and some kind of an interesting historical artifact I said to a friend of mine who went to Harvard is a a scholar of Harvard history how about a novel about Harvard and he said that would be a great idea and I said the question is where we started and he said I know where to start it do you know that William Shakespeare probably knew John Harvard's parents imagine what you could do with that and of course at being a historian arms from the Massachusetts historical society's his name is Conrad right he said that if the evidence is all circumstantial we could never write it in a history book but you could have a lot of fun with it in the novel and so I went to Stratford on Avon and began to explore a little bit and sure enough Shakespeare lived just down the street from and Rogers who was John Harvard's mother and while Shakespeare's home new place no longer exists in Stratford on Avon and Rogers house exists it's been restored it's now called Harvard house and they make a big deal about the fact that that Dan Rogers probably knew Shakespeare and then of course there's Robert target who was a warden in the Saint saviours church which we now know is the Southwark cathedral and he was a butcher in the in the neighborhood of Southwark right near the the royal globe theater in one hungry actor doesn't know the local butcher at the beginning of his career so I began to play a little bit with that idea and pretty soon Robert Harvard is arriving at Stratford on Avon not quite sure of what he'll say to this beautiful woman this and Rogers who he hopes to to will and to wed so we stopped off at Shakespeare's house and Shakespeare gives a few ideas improves his language so to speak he looked Shakespeare looks out the window and says you know to beautiful summer day out there well yes it is will well you know if I were you I'd ask and Rogers shall I compare thee to a summer's day enough enough Shakespeare go so in the first chapter we see Shakespeare inventing the sign at the famous thirteenth sonnet there is the fourteenth I'm sure some eggs professor will remind me later on but from that point on the story begins to take off what if Shakespeare gave to Harvard's parents on the occasion of John Harvard's baptism a copy of one of his plays a handwritten copy of one of his plays of the week no other dollar good way to do after all right beyond that a copy of one of the last place we know that he wrote a couple of plays that have disappeared based upon contemporary accounts of what he was writing at the time and one of them is love's labours one right and of course is the quality to CS kind of like Harvard yard is a sequel to back pain and and paradise regained great great and so but you don't write the book you know what the blood in your book oh no no no so much fun I may have the ambition but I don't have the arrogance of that okay I have I am actually actually I dare to create three or four lines that I think sound pretty close to the iambic pentameter that one would have one would have reading Shakespeare but that's all let us imagine that you are standing on the stage of the globe you are too claiming these lawyers yes and we're in the audience out there with the gold but if if ID claim knows if ID claim those lines though I give you practically the last the last lines of the book and I never give away the last lines of the book David I know that cross seventy claim may be the first one what is it I when I can't think of it like okay so if I can think of it later I well normally I remember everything that I wrote David I can remember things that I wrote twenty three years ago without not having having known only that they were likely to have known each other given where her house is yes and we're we're William Shakespeare Lynton who it leaving obviously that Shakespeare is in fact Shakespeare and not somebody else there's no reason to assume they would have known each other but the fact that there isn't a letter or something doesn't mean anything because not everybody kept three letters of the wasn't a Howard Gottlieb of it everywhere gathering everybody's dot welts the truth is there are plenty of people who don't even think Shakespeare existed if he existed he was just the Glover's son who was a a front for the Earl of Oxford I don't happen to believe that myself I you know I I believe Shakespeare wrote his own place and Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone but the but the idea that I could use this particular story as the place to jump off into the history of Harvard in in in the in the novel it's going to be one of those long historical mysteries like back bay in Cape Cod was one that excited me a lot and it's a much better of a myth from the floods crisis start from the one I believe I came up to Harvard as a graduate student and I saw the statue of John Harvard and and and Harvard yard and somebody said that was the sculptor didn't have John Harvard so users roommate yes I said he's John Harvards but there's another stop to use the sculptors roommate yes for a friend that said I have believed for about a half year but that statue was of John Harvard's roommate to my thought he never makes the list as what it was who is a friend who did the the search of French it was Daniel Chester French residential transfer from yeah yeah one of those guys are yeah but you wouldn't believe any of the Harvard minutes anyway because you went to yeah others are usually well Harvard Law Center I know I was on the hill side of the football game but ideas I do believe it we what the nineteen sixty eight the football game Harvard beats Yale twenty nine to twenty nine Harvard scored sixteen points in the last thirty two seconds sixty eight out of that I was a freshman I remember Bucky dent not around now okay wrong spark plugs rocky good evening on WBZ hello Iraqi hours wanted to tell you how much I really enjoy your first two books that I read with back pain in Cape Cod which of those type of books do you just reading you just can't put down I think I read I think I read back bay and in one night but Cape Cod the next day and the entire night read not one well what I really looking forward to meeting her yard thank you thank you I appreciate it this is another one of those books that said buried treasure story set no no legendary New England location and if you like those to you like this when I guarantee you well thanks for writing and I look forward to reading it now probably by as soon as I can find it thank you thank you thank you thank you very much it should be in the bookstores but all right it is yes yeah a number six one seven two five four ten thirty Harvard like a lot of these small colleges the began there was one room voted to a particular task and was not a task of a an enlightened liberal education as you know today explain what the purpose of Harvard College William merry of the college of of king's college I think was one called hobby was called in jail and plus some the earlier comment is what they're intended to do well well Harvard of course was well one of the amazing things about the place and I get into it in the writing of the novel is that the Puritans arrived here in sixteen thirty and they established a colony basically a right around the area where Quincy market is in Boston today one little congregation went out to a place on the Charles river called Newtown which they thought would make a great a great capital because you know in those days it was always best to speak to find founded the capital of the colony or the city just up the river far enough so that the enemy ships couldn't get up and real really cause trouble right so that's why they they went up to about the point where the back bay estuary closed down and they founded this little colony but then the congregation that was there up and left so the place was basically deserted and along about this time they had decided that they needed a college and they didn't need a college because as you say they want to have a liberal education and have people study movie making and things like that and some of the things that kids study in college today what they wanted was a place where they would educate as it is said in a in a in a book that was written at the time called wonder new England's first fruits one of those promotional pamphlets that they sent back to England to raise money we have found a college so that we will provide another generation of ministers when the president ministers shall lie in the dust the idea was that the if these were religious communities that have been organized here in New England and they needed places where the young man who would be the next generation of ministers would be trained of course at Harvard and this and that the other colleges which eventually involved about fifty percent of the young men went into an and I say young man because the the education of young women was far in the future at this point the young men were about fifty percent of them went into the ministry but the rest of them were educated in such a way that they were the ones to whom would fall the responsibility of being the magistrates being the doctors and being the other professional men who would provide the guidance for the rest of the community you talk in in the book about the first master or principal or whatever for a president of Harvard he was not a a charming and and pleasant fellow but it was a small school and what was the fact the what it amounts to well at the beginning Harvard College was as John Winthrop the governor of Massachusetts said nine young men of good hope and faith and they were being taught by a man named fan you'll eaten and the Sanyo Eaton had been the brother of one of the financial backers of the puritan colony and so that helped he had all he also studied it laid in some of the other places that were significant sites of learning in the art world and beyond that he's written some treat a treatise on the importance of the Sabbath and so they said well here it is this man should be the professor at the new college and it wasn't called Harvard at this point so the master was put in place over these nine young men the curriculum was based upon the same kind of curriculum that they had all had back at at Cambridge most of them came from Emmanuel college Cambridge and I got to go there as well as writing the book and wonder about and the educational program that they went through was very very rigid you know he studied logic rhetoric grammar Greek Latin a series of things and you'd never varied from this and at this kind of rigidity suited master Nathaniel eaten rather well because it was a very rigid individual himself believed firmly in the philosophy that you a spare the rod only to spoil the child and basically with these kids viciously through the whole first it's the first year of the old the life of Harvard College which by the way was one small one room building on the edge of a cow yard you walk through Harvard yard today imagine that as it looked in sixteen sixteen forty long split rail fence is segmented into like ten feet wide by a hundred maybe a hundred yards long extending from about where mass that is today all the way back to the back end of the Harvard yard the cows would be brought in every night to protect them from the wolves and from the Indians who by that time had been pushed off further to the west and then at night in in or in the morning the yard would be open in the cows would go out and wonder about Cambridge common and wander off north up toward where Sears and Roebuck is now or was a few years ago and and so this was a very primitive place and the sale eaten was a very primitive individual in time he managed to beat up not only all of the students but one day he decided to to beat up the senior tutor the the one helping that he had in addition to his wife and and that got him into trouble with the people who ran the college they brought him up but or he had at wanted to have his young to have brought up on charges because the young tutor had dared.

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"southwark cathedral" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"southwark cathedral" Discussed on KOMO

"Marked one year since three islamic state inspired attackers killed eight people and wounded more than fifty in a van and knife attack on london bridge and surrounding bars and restaurants in the serb cer service at nearby southwark cathedral local lawmaker adele morris said they remain a diverse inclusive and welcoming community terrorists wish nothing but instead by maters think talk in ways very much alive nasa celebrating these safe return of one of its after notch from the international space station three astronauts including american scott tinkler back on earth after departing the international space station earlier sunday to an end a one hundred and sixty eight day in space tingle and his crew members from russia and japan spent five and a half months in orbit and during that time conducted science experiments and perform spacewalk repairs their space capsule landing in a grassy field in kazakhstan a new crew departs for the iss later this week michelle franson abc news at the multiplexes hillary power to the rear deflector seal definitely skill number one solo star wars story you've earned a studio estimated twenty nine million dollars in its second weekend release deadpool two raked in another twenty three mill good for second place debut in third was a drift the shelling woodley lost at sea drama and eleven million dollar haul this is abc news komo news time is five oh four time to check our.

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"southwark cathedral" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"southwark cathedral" Discussed on WTVN

"From abc news i'm chuck sivertsen of possible serial killer on the loose in phoenix scottsdale arizona area cops trying to determine if a fourth murder is linked to three other killings in the past three days life coach and hypnotherapist marshall levin was found shot and killed in his office yesterday former fbi agent and abc news contributor brad garret on the key questions the shooter go after them because he's mad or has revenge against them because of what they stood for or what they represented or who they defended more anti gun violence rallies are going on across america for the second day named youth over guns events this was a march over new york's brooklyn bridge yesterday they've already been several youth over guns rallies today with one starting in hoboken new jersey now others in miami and boston starting about an hour from now opponents say the solution is arming and training more teachers it is one year since the deadly london bridge vehicle and knife attacks the terrorize people on their saturday night out hundreds attending the service at nearby southwark cathedral we do not forget the ruthlessness of the evil at large that night which suchart all people of goodwill bishop christopher chessen three isis inspired men mowed down pedestrians in a van at that time and then stab people at nearby bars and restaurants before police shot and killed them china warns that any agreements with washington in their talks unsettling a trade dispute will not take effect if threaten us sanctions include tariff aches go ahead this as the latest talks with the us delegation and in beijing mississippi congressman urges connecticut colleagues to meet with naacp members to discuss concerns about racial discrimination at the coast guard you're listening to abc news news radio six ten wtvn alison wyant into the state is expected to announce a medical marijuana dispensaries tomorrow the ohio board of pharmacy is expected to announce the dozens of locations around the state where medical marijuana will be sold at dispensaries only eligible patients though will be allowed to purchase the marijuana finance minister is from six economic powers are leading the president know today how they feel about the tariffs that he slapped on steel and aluminum imports from three us allies officials from canada france germany italy japan and great britain told us treasury secretary steve mnuchin to convey.

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