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"st michael" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:07 min | 5 months ago

"st michael" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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"st michael" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:46 min | 5 months ago

"st michael" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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"st michael" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:15 min | 5 months ago

"st michael" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I think also of a socrates in the city which I started in two thousand Kasha was just a kid. And i think you and i i remember thinking what a weird thing that here. We are in new york city and we have you know people at complied cocktail parties. They don't talk about the big questions right. What are the big questions does god exist. Can we talk about that if he does what like can we know him are science and faith compatible all of those big questions that every single person wants to know in a secular place like new york. Where did you go to hear. Somebody talk about that. So i invited in people like oz guinness and others who gently and brilliantly opened up these things and made a safe place for people to begin to to think about this. If they would buy an odds guinness book that would introduce them to a whole other thing. So this stuff went on and and it's amazing to think That in a in part because of people moving around more than they used to people from all around the country would come to new york to work in a bank job or something like that and they would have good churches to go to but this it's gotten so out of hand that they're now hosts of churches. I don't even know the names of these churches. And i mean church churches right the kind of places where you're going to hear the gospel of jesus. Christ you're gonna hear the basics. You're not just going there to share the peace and to to get slightly uplifted. Real churches have just exploded across new york city of all different kinds. And i think keller was really amazing at this he preached about. We've got a love the city which is itself an interesting idea. In other words you do not adopt the secular values. But just as anyone going into missionary situation you say. I wanna love these people. I want to help these people. I'm not here to kind of create my sandbox in the middle of this. In spite of this i want to reach out to the people who maybe don't think the way that i do so i'm going to be counter cultural but i'm not going to be deliberately combative. And that's of course the gospel of justice. Christ there's enough combativeness and jesus. Who did everything perfectly obviously met with tremendous hostility putting it mildly. So there's always that balance. Between how do i love people. How do i meet them where they are. But how do i prevent myself from doing that. To the point where. I start becoming like them rather than.

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"st michael" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:44 min | 5 months ago

"st michael" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks. as you know. I am on a book deadline. And so i thought i don't have time to do a show today but i just spoke in charleston south carolina and. I think you wouldn't enjoy some of what they said. Some of it you will despise won't hate you'll throw stuff at your radio your computer watching this youtube you'll be angry but a lot of it you'll really like i was speaking at saint michael's anglican church one of the most That i've ever been in in the pulpit. Was i don't know twelve feet off the ground like standing height and i spoke about a lot of stuff i spoke about things in york whatever anyway. We're gonna play that For the next couple of hours there's all kinds of stuff just q. And a. here. it is metaxas eric. Welcome thank you god. First.

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Janet Martinez Of The Navajo Nation

The Storyteller

06:00 min | 9 months ago

Janet Martinez Of The Navajo Nation

"Style. Good day welcome my friends to the storyteller where you'll find first nations people from across native north america who are following. Jesus christ without reservation on today's program we'll hear from a navajo woman who grew up in difficult circumstances but it was in those hard times that she learned to survive. Hello my name is janet martinez manappl- ending from the novel reservation. Though i'm in oklahoma now where ken and having a family here. My thoughts always back to the childhood. That i have had under vacation. I have two brothers and one sister that i grew up with and My father was the fifth generation of medicine. Man my two brothers never took up the trade so he was the end of the medicine men in our generation. My mother was A high school graduate and was attended a nursing school when she Got sick and she had to return home. She was one of two children of my grandmother. Who was who was a deaf mute. So that's how my father mother matt. He was married to my aunt and since she came back and started taking care of my oldest brother. I never thought of him as As a cousin. We've always said you know he will. All brothers and sisters would never made that distinction between the family but she had returned home and she died of tuberculosis. My mother and dad got together like that. Taking care of the the one son that he's had and eventually they had gotten together and hit the three of us which We grew up on a reservation. Like i said my two older brothers and my sister went to private school on reservation. They called ganado mission but My family always well especially my dad. He always wanted me around. Hit at want me to leave. He said that three kids had gone on to a private school. And but this is my last daughter out you know. Let me let me. Just keep her at home. Some of the head agreed. And i went to cornell. Highschool ganado is a little bitty town probably about ten miles or fifteen miles from st michael's and it was a public school but was About six years old. When i first started kindergarten because my aunt had died of tuberculosis my mother head caught that the burqa losses and also my grandmother and so they were sent to colorado springs for two years to sanatorium to get well and come back and she made that sacrifice for my sister and i to go to that boarding school all we did were were housed there and then we were bus. After two years. She was cured and she came back to the reservation. We went back with our father in Went to the public school. We got we move closer to the highway. Which will walk in like about eight miles to the highway to catch the bus in the during the wintertime. That was real trying time for us and so we move closer to the highway which was like a quarter of mile off highway. We move to continue to go to canario graduated from colorado high school. But all during this time. That i was going to school and in my My teenage years my parents. My mother didn't drink but my father was an alcoholic. I remember him times coming home and beating up my mom and pour wine on her head because she wouldn't drink it and it was. It was a very scary time for for my sister's nine. Somehow sometimes we she would get away and she takes the two of us and we run away and stay in the woods and just huddled together and freeze and until he went to slave or he passed out or you know our gone went somewhere would come home and it was. It was difficult childhood that we've had but still my mother didn't drink and so that was. That was good for us. But for some reason she started drinkin- we were when i was about eight years old. I had a couple of beers and just graduated by the time i graduated from high school. She was a full blown alcoholic. I mean it just. It just took care of everything from from our home. They were never home. When you're under the summertime out of school. I would have to herd sheep with my death mute grandmother. We were out there weeks at a time and they would never return home that go on a drunk and they'd never come and there was times that we just practically run out of food and so i told my grandmother one day i was probably ten or eleven which is out of food and she head she had noted some grease in the some lard in a little pain and she put salt in it and she and i had a piece of bread and we just dip our bread and in the in the make sure there was what we had for dinner

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"st michael" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

04:44 min | 10 months ago

"st michael" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

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"st michael" Discussed on The Bellarmine Forum Podcast

The Bellarmine Forum Podcast

03:45 min | 10 months ago

"st michael" Discussed on The Bellarmine Forum Podcast

"Where what a hundred and a hundred thirty hundred forty years later now seems like it's much later. Maybe we haven't prayed this prayer enough. The children saw Saint Michael. They saw our lady called the fire from heaven so that we could pray and offer more reparation seems that's our ladies plan. The Triumph of the Immaculate Heart is tied in home with our lady somehow making us part of that Heavenly Army, you know, had the blue Army you have the, you know, the idea of the church militant you have the idea of us being soldiers in our lady teaching us how to offer up our sufferings of reparation for Sinners say our rosaries and you have say Michael jab it into this commander of the Heavenly Army. Prince of the legions of God's Army teaching the children how to be Warriors our lady teaching us say your Rosary offer these things up reparation for poor sinners. Saint Leo he sees they will almost destroy the church I don't know how you feel about things today. But communion in the hand the sorry state of liturgy the sad state of people that don't even believe in the real presence. the sacraments just kind of laughed at think we do think we do Saint Michael the fulfill what Saint Leo saw Leo XIII Pope Leo XIII at that altar on that October 13th in 1884. The point is Saint Michael's not a chubby face little toddler that gets, you know, cross stitched on a on stuffed pillow. He's a warrior. imbued with the power of God to lead the Heavenly Army the time when our Lord was in front of pilot wasn't the time yet for Angelic intervention in our lord said that We're not at that time now, are we? Let's pray. Let's pray it together the prayer that written by Saint Leo XIII on October 13th, 1884 and honors Saint Michael. Name of the father and the son holy spirit. Amen Saint Michael the Archangel defend Us in battle be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him. We humbly pray and do them open to the Heavenly hosts by the power of God cast into hell Satan and all evil spirits who prowl throughout the world seeking the ruin of souls all men Hail. Mary full of grace name is with the blessed art thou amongst women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb Jesus. Holy Mary Mother of God pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. Amen Saint Michael the Archangel pray for us our lady of Akita and Fatima pray for us. You've been listening development Forum podcast. The government form is produced by the element form, which was founded in nineteen sixty-five as The Wanderer form foundation on the heels of Vatican II to be a faithful stalwart test witness to the truth of the Catholic faith that our Lord is risen from the dead. This shows brought to you through the an anonymous benefactor that asked us to ask you bring a rosary daily Show's copyright The betterment Forum and distributed for the greater glory of God in the honor of his Blessed Mother on men..

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Coronavirus Outbreak At Bremerton Hospital, Seattle; More Than 30 Cases

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus Outbreak At Bremerton Hospital, Seattle; More Than 30 Cases

"Today we get an update on an outbreak of covert cases and sound ST Michael Medical Center. In Bremerton. State, health officials say more than 30 cases have been reported at the hospital, and the outbreak involves hospital staff and employees. The first case was reported more than a week ago. Health officials say discharge patients have been notified about that outbreak. That's almost Kelly Koopmans

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More than 30 infected with COVID-19 in outbreak at Bremerton hospital - KOMO News

News, Traffic and Weather

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

More than 30 infected with COVID-19 in outbreak at Bremerton hospital - KOMO News

"Officials say more than 30 Cove in 19 cases have been reported in an outbreak at a Bremerton hospital. The Washington State Department of Health says the outbreak has affected multiple units at ST Michael's Medical Center, which is part of the CH I. Franciscan system's officials say the outbreak involves hospital staff and employees. Kids at public health district and state health officials say they're working with the hospital to contain the outbreak after the first case was reported will late last week. The

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30 coronavirus cases in outbreak at hospital in Washington

The Boom X Show with Darol Tuttle

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

30 coronavirus cases in outbreak at hospital in Washington

"State health officials say more than 30 Cove in 19 cases have been reported in an outbreak at a Bremer. It'd hospital Washington State Department of Health says that the outbreak has affected multiple units at ST Michael Medical Center, which is part of the CH I Franciscan system. Officials say the outbreak involves hospital staff and employees.

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"st michael" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"st michael" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"At the stars last. I'll know before I left work I I will I will be running today may be in damp under yeah because you failed to think, hey, it's Wednesday. He probably hasn't brought to you should say, Bob do you need to wash your a shorts in the bathroom sink before you leave I'm going to add it to my list of duties free next week I can't wait to take this the bosses you sir are going places he and his company it's time for news with the The Great Joe laskey wanted to find out about Saint Michael's Church we. Hope coming up on Newsradio wham eighty because I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the eye center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for basic over the past thirty years. The eye center has helped tens of thousands of people realize the freedom lacy provides now is the time relationship with twenty percents off for a limited time with one of northern Virginia's leading searches plus get an additional eight hundred dollars off when you schedule within thirty days, register for your savings and schedule your free consultation. Now at the center dot com such the by. Pro Pay Taxi. Blogging that tank, we deliver propane straight to you expand your. Went through that's. Pain taxi. PAY TAXES DOT COM. Let's cooking this weekend. If really is your plan, then make it easy on yourself. Go to propane taxi dot com enter Promo Code bbq Ten for ten dollars I barbecue tank exchange delivered to your door. It's that easy with propane taxi so you can focus on family friends and fun..

"st michael" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"st michael" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"If you don't help us get clicks. I'm going to you about Pete and Sebastian and their podcast. Covert Real. So is it's exploitation that's the headline column goes like this. Cove in Israel. So is the exploitation of it to suppress your freedom, weaken our country and destroy the economy. Few Challenges in American history have been more incompetently malevolently malevolently managed then the corona virus and in those states where democratic governors have used it as a pretext to expand their powers and oppress their people it has been weaponized in a fashion unseen in almost two hundred and fifty years of American history and whether it's all done to steal an election or tear down a republic or advanced the socialist agenda or brig in. A. Revolutionary Reign of terror. It's wrong evil and bad and there is no end in sight in even the smallest steps of returning to normal approach rather goes as even the smallest steps of returning to normal approach. The army of the lack seeks to destabilize any normalcy and inflame every anxiety social upset and upheaval are both the objective and the Weapon of the Progressive Insurrectionists. There is an angst and fear abroad in the land. A pervasive sense of discomfort and doom nothing seems right. Everything is in turmoil. The world is turned upside down and that is exactly the objective and so teachers unions the biggest funders of the leftists democratic, party all announce on cue that isn't safe that it should be put off or at least until after election day public health directors instead of speaking common encouragement say it's up to parents and what they feel and there is great uncertainty a bit of American. Society is burning down and they are doing all they can to throw fuel on the fire and there is no end in sight quite literally Kovic won't be over in a month they won't be over in a year. You won't be over when they come out with vaccine. We are so poorly educated and historically ignorant that we have no understanding of infectious diseases and how we have dealt with them in the past or what it means to have them among us. As we wait feverishly for a vaccine, it's worth remembering the vaccines while wonderful blessings and undeniably gifts from God. Are Largely for the management of diseases and only eventually for their elimination. The measles vaccine, for example, was invented in the United States and sixteen or check out in nineteen, sixty three and was immediately used for mass mandatory inoculation. It took however more than thirty five years until two thousand, four endemic measles to be eliminated in the United States, and it came back at years later because of our open borders. George Washington inoculated his army against smallpox to great benefit, but it was not until nineteen forty, nine more than a hundred and fifty years later that the last naturally occurring smallpox outbreak in the United States occurred. So the Cova vaccine while a very good thing will not be a magic bullet. That's not the way nature science medicine viruses and vaccines. Work. Cova will remain in our population infecting and killing people indefinitely into the future. In fact, it's likely that the nation's background level of covert infection for as much as the next generation or so we'll be right about where upstate New York's infection rate is now in the neighborhood of one half to one percent if we're lucky which isn't to be pessimistic is to be honest. And Society has to honestly come to grips with whether or not. It will continue to tolerate the government restrictions of liberty in economy which had been done in the name of. We have lived and suffered through a command economy. New York is expected to lose fully a third of its small businesses this calendar year two thirds of New Yorkers in the hospitality and Food Service Industries lost their jobs in March and April. Gyms are closed. Funerals are capped weddings are discouraged churches or dark all in the name of covert a disease that isn't going away. The question is, will government oppression go away or we'll Cova be used unendingly as an excuse to suppress your liberty and enhance their power and one other note on Public Health The Human Immune system was created or evolved in an environment of constant infectious assault. We have always been bathed in germs that we have swapped freely with one another and with our environment it is nature's way and we have adapted to and largely flourished in it and under government order we've just taken something like three, hundred, million, Americans, and logical isolated them for months limited human contact sterilized environments a dramatic drop off in communicable and transient diseases and a long period of inactivity for the average immune system. Nothing can go wrong with that right or do we have another manmade health crisis around the corner? Kovic is real. So is the crime against our liberty and prosperity which have resulted from its malfeasance and malevolent mismanagement the question is as the disease remains with us will we tolerate the continued.

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"st michael" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"st michael" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Big. Role, couple Bega patties of delightful pork breakfast sausage a couple of eggs from a chicken with a really large, but it's some cheese like product. is the mustard slather on there. I recognize that it's possible. There might be or thirty or forty, maybe even fifty calories in that. So while they're making the previously referenced breakfast savage. I walked over as the farmers were setting up their stuff early in the AM and. I thought. Well, here's the thing. It met member Matt Wilson, he, works does news at the station early in the morning Monday, Tuesday Wednesday. and. The on Fridays we usually get bagels brought in or something like that, and I thought, well, man doesn't work on Friday and he never gets you know bagels. So at any rate I thought, well, go get some fruit. And I'll take it in and and MAC and have some fruit or something like that. So you know the the good for Ghost Wegmans, right? Okay. So when whatever's leftover, it goes to the public market, got some peaches and I got peppers and I got Cherries and couple melons and stuff like that and I brought some women on put him in the newsroom. Newsroom where a matt is is working there and he is great. Great. Great. Nice Guy. But then he it very plainly came up in conversation. You know they they. They have those breakfast sandwiches there too. Don't they? So next week. I think. I'll get him one of those anyway. The fruit not having gone over to well, I've been sitting here the last half hour. Some Cherries I got at the public market and only swallowed about half the pits. But as I sit here, you get this odd sense eight, you eat them half of them use. You can tell some process of fermentation has begun or something like that inside there. So if I get loopy Or Get diverticulitis This is is why thirteen stores have closed at each few mall including anchor tenant, Lord, and Taylor. What's that mean for east view, which of course, has been the mall of vitality and prosperity means two things that the difficulties faced by malls across America might even come home to roost at East view in number two that you know four months shutdown is going to club clobber the snot out of anybody and reopening businesses a little more complex than turning on the lights. It was very easy for Andy to shut them down. I don't even think he broke a sweat, but reopening is tough my daughter. And wife and a couple of my daughter's friends were at east view yesterday. They had not a spot eight dove though they did get like their toes whatever people do on their toes. and they went to East view, which if you're Morris going to east view is very little nose in the air, but they went out there and I think the ate some. Food or something like that and They had a pretty pretty good time walking around. Yes. They also my UH, oldest grandson Austin who's five he started kindergarten and he had a great day down there in Tennessee all went well. Nobody died of the covert everything was good and While he was at school, his mother was at the doctor's office She a few months along with their third baby and last night while we all watched on facebook live The two little boys, they have. Austin and his little brother. Mick, they cut into a cake which turned out to be blue on the inside, which means that brother number three is on the way, and so we are pretty excited about that list we'll take a break be back when you're just a moment on news. Oh, I'm sorry. It's not forty five time for news early. I honestly think I'm drunk on these Jerry's your music's playing. So now we're we're. Talk for like twenty seconds over twenty seconds. I refuse my contract. I don't have talked to music on this. We'll be back in a moment of your calls on the first time. He's got a complete newscast on newsradio Ram eleven eighty. Because I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the ice. Center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for lacy over the past thirty years. The Ice Center is helped tens of thousands of people realize the freedom lacy provides. Now is the time relationship with twenty percents off for a limited time with one of northern Virginia's leading surgeons plus get an additional eight, hundred dollars off. Within thirty days, register for your savings and schedule your free consultation now at the Ice Center dot. com, some restrictions apply..

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"st michael" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"st michael" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

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"st michael" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"st michael" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"So starts now on newsradio WAM eighty thank you. My brother three shape that good morning America in. Hello, my friend. It is a delight to be with you. It's hard to Welcome a gentleman note of this community for a long time. a member Fella who had turned attends church out, say at Saint Michael's church among other things. MR, Roberto Burgos Sir Morning. Welcome to the broadcast. Morning Bob, it's great to hear from you. I. Hope you're doing well. Yes, I am. Before we get to important stuff I'm going to go to you as a subject matter expert first of all Sir do you or do you not speak Spanish? All right, very good this our hurricane, tropical storm, coming up the east coast, how you pronounce that. You there. Can you hear me? Yes or no? I didn't i. didn't hear the the the hurricane, how how do you pronounce its name? It's it's pronounced SIS Okeydokey. The is pronounced like an e. Have the weather people got pretty accurately so far. Most of them have also have, but a few are still practicing aspect. Yes, sir. Yes. Sir. Well, here's the deal you. You are a man of faith and you a part of a congregation that it is use a Saint Michael's church there. The diocese has come to you with with some news about that. Yes there's there's a lot of discussion in the community because there have been various communications that The possibility of the closing of one of One, church. Possibly one church in the parish The parish. Is Saint Francis Xavier Cabrini. Or No? Okay. And it has use of three buildings. Three Churches one of them is Saint Michael's church. The other one is an NCAA Shin. which is located at Seventeen Sixty Norton Street and the and the other church is our lady of America's most people remember it as the old Corpus Christi Yeah. Yeah and that's at eight, six T. For East main, street. So, one one parish. Currently uses those three buildings right in is responsible for their upkeep or whatever. Yes? Yes. One pair. So we. The The three parishes worked together. They have one budget. and we have to two priests. That served the parish in And it's been like that for years It was a consolidation of members of other parishes that were closed before they've been a number of Catholic churches that have closed in the northeast part of the city of Rochester Just to name a few among Carmel Our Lady of Perpetual Help Saint Francis Xavier Saint Andrews Philip Neri and I'm sure there's some others speech Mr Roberto Burgos, and the diocese said if I understand it that by the end of the year you would like your parish to close one of your three properties. Well they've. They've narrowed it down actually to one of the two big churches and when I say big churches that's that's referring to the size Think Michael's is the largest church in terms of you know the. Square footage and and things of that nature, and Our Lady. Our Lady of the Americas is the second largest. So They've they've zeroed in and those two particular. churches, and they're considering as a result of Some some factors, but the being factor is is basically in my opinion finances. Right. and say Michael Very large and guys heat that in the winter. Yes, it's It's a very traditional church, it hundred and thirty years old. was built by Germany. back in the late eighteen hundreds. And It's been. It's been in. The neighborhood for a hundred and thirty years, it's it's kind of. It's it's it's hugely historic. Very. Historic. There's there's one, there's one stained glass window. and indistinct glass window, which there there were millions of dollars There's a an image of. look Bishop Equate. Who was the bishop of that The the church is built. These windows were. was largely German immigrants up in that neighborhood. But some mcquaid. Some other prisoners are in there and I think these windows, some of them were on display at the New, York world's fair on their way to being installed at the church. I recommend. Anybody who's interested in history took to come and visit to church. It's it's hard to describe. Its beauty and the history in. It's clearly moving I'm sure to people of faith. But even if you are the faith, it's like sitting in the middle of a piece of art, it is just so astoundingly well done up there. Oh. Yes. Absolutely, and my family stay connected to the church for over sixty years We arrived, my family arrived from. Puerto Rico nineteen fifty four. And? Nineteen sixty five to my brother. Albert goes he he was baptized a church. So that's how far back we go with the church. And it has over the years become Almost exclusively, a Latino church is, is that right still? Yes the parish. The three churches is is predominantly Hispanic sixty percent of the parish. The three churches is Latino Saint. Church is ninety percent. Latino And back when we came, we were maybe one percent of the parish now Ninety percent of the parents, and it's probably the biggest concentration of Latino Catholics in one parish in the entire devices. That speaking Roberto Burgos about a possible plan that might close Saint Michael's church, the end of the year of the clinic Clifford, one of the things that and this is more of a question. I want to be critical the dialysis, but you have a a parish, which in many ways is the Hispanic parish and you give it two of the largest most expensive properties in the diocese to maintain including one saint michaels. They really ought to be cathedral and you. You take up a parish. Many of whose members you know may be unlimited income and you have invested them with the responsibility to be caretakers of these jewels, not just today. But of Rochester's history, it seems like we've given maybe the biggest burden to some families who may be at least capable of carrying it. Well That's a good point, Bob and This situation hasn't happened overnight. I mean. That the has been aware of the situation off for many.

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"st michael" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"st michael" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Party for St Michael school at in Orleans square restaurant police chief chief Tim McCarthy urges the driver in that crash to come forward we recommend the person turn themselves in as soon as possible don't wait until we find you because we well he says police are looking for surveillance video for clues and now from the WGN radio does get Crain's Chicago business here Stephanie Goldberg university of Chicago provost Daniel dear Meyer is leaving to become chancellor of Vanderbilt Univ city university of Chicago president Robert Zimmer says he plans to announce a new provost early in the new year there Meyer arrived at the university in twenty fourteen as the dean of the hair is school of public policy and was promoted to the provost post in twenty sixteen he spent much of his career at northwestern university's Kellogg school of management I'm Stephanie Goldberg from Crain's Chicago business and WGN radio now WGN sports here's Dave and Hey good morning the bears scored seventeen points in the final twelve minutes of the first half against Dallas think about that for a moment that's more points they scored in six of their previous twelve games Mr biscuit engineered a fourteen play drive over the final five minutes of the half a gallon Robinson for a touchdown on third and goal for the eight with ten seconds left first seventeen seven lead they'll it twenty four seven going into the fourth then went on to win thirty one twenty four two BST three touchdown passes and a twenty three yard touchdown run not the coach maneki was surprised by the way and what it's a what type of people we have on this football team no one's flinched we've pulled together we become even tighter were winning football games now we're playing as a team are we going to be perfect now are we gonna coach perfect now but we're gonna do everything we can to to be as good as we can and one football game one down for the bears the loss to linebacker real Kwan Smith to a pectoral injury that Maggie says doesn't look good receiver giovane whims left with a knee injury we'll talk to Dan have the next half hour at seven forty wasn't seventeen seconds but to Blackhawks goals in thirty seven seconds in Boston center line gave slot that came right point back to Gustafson along racial that was the second one putting the Blackhawks up to nothing our Xfinity X. five Blackhawks with a lead three zip the Bruins scored three in the third to tie before Jonathan tapes wanted for the Blackhawks for three and a three game losing streak other at New Jersey tonight are pre game at five thirty Dave attic WGN sports your money on WGN the opening bell rings today after major benchmarks rebounded yesterday all three major stock indexes finished up Thursday on a nother positive sign a phase one trade deal with China a spokesperson for China's commerce ministry said talks are progressing DOW futures are up fifty eight points nasdaq futures up twenty six points in the S. and P. five hundred futures are up six points it's thirty two degrees at o'hare thirty six at midway thirty five in Lake Forest thirty five on Chicago's lakefront and tend to sell on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN.

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"st michael" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"st michael" Discussed on Front Burner

"You're also interestingly an alumni St. Michael's college. So you played football team they're in high school. And and I'm wondering, you know, having gone through all of this more than ten years ago. Now, wha- what was your reaction when you heard about the allegations of hazing and sexual assaults at the school this week? It was definitely a flood of different emotions, you know, partial shock confusion, worry, a whole bunch of different things because interesting enough for me after I left McGill. I came back to Toronto and ended up helping out with the football team during that the fall of two thousand five fall of two thousand five and so. Same ice was actually the place that I went to to get me over McGill a place where I felt safe a place where I least never had personally experienced anything ever like this happening. And so that that's where the real shock lies and knowing them knowing that they stood for you know, I was on the senior team and from my understanding this was related more to the junior team. But nonetheless, you know, look at the whole football program. It was pretty shocking to defined out that this went on. But from my time there never heard of anything like this ever going on. I found it really interesting reading about what happened to you two thousand and five I read a global mail article and wasn't on even classified as sexual assault. It was classified hazing people need to stop Reagan off as you know, they're just kids. Messing around boys will be boys wherever as you know, these actions had the central to damage the one long-term. I'm wondering, you know, as somebody who's gone through this. If you could say something to the boy who was allegedly the victim in case involving the broom, what might you say to him. Despite what may feel like right now, you're not alone. There are more people than anyone cares to admit who have gone through these types of things and. This is your story. You get to choose help plays out you get to choose your journey. And if there is any, you know, I I know what you've been through if you ever need to talk them around..

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02:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Why did you choose to go to the head coach about it? And to speak out about it more. You know, I think when something like this happens to person they need to choose how they want to carry it or not carry it. Whether they just wanna bury it should away or whether they just want to deal with privately or whether they want to deal with Bubba Klay. And what I wanted to come out of this was as much as possible to prevent any future. Into incidences of something like this happening again or hazing in general. And the only way to do that was to talk to the coach push the administration, and it was actually some reporters ended up figuring out who I was. And the fact that I was on the roster beforehand, and then not on the roster soon after that they maybe should reach out to me. So I ended up talking to them. Because you know, the people are had known what happened. And so I was just telling my side story still at McGill where the police ever brought in to investigate what happened to you. I was told by the university that if I followed. Charges with the police that they would immediately step away and not do anything would all be handled by the police, which in my mind, meant, no policy change and this systemic issue just remains intact McGill. And so my choice was to where I felt I could make a bigger impact was by pushing the university and making them actually changed the way things worked there rather than having perhaps a couple students charged and that would be that. I felt the bigger impact would be done if I can make the changes university. And so eventually filed a complaint with the university provost, which is basically kind of like the ombudsman, and they provost office launched a full investigation into it and ended up suspending players and eventually ended up canceling the football season. So it wasn't until that. That actually felt that things were changing things were going. And as a result, the university administration at the time created zero tolerance policy towards hazing to to meeting. The entire the entire season of that sports team would be cancelled. If there are any painting..

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

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"Eventually got up through the chew toy somewhere into the crowd and went right home and had players tried to stop me saying all a joke in come on. And we'll stop it. Now. No one else wants to go through it. And I was found out later through the process that after I left they realized that they were in a jam and shut everything down and took the other guys out for drinks after. So, you know, they obviously knew this was wrong and calling it an initiation or hazing is trying to use that as an umbrella term to kind of lessen the impact of what people are actually doing these days under that guy's of hazing. So after you left that night what what happened? After I left. I went back and went back to the front. My friends who is staying at and to be honest, Phil berry loan, and you know, it wasn't until the next day that I am appearing from the head coach who asked me to come in and talk to them. And so the next day there. I was walking by all these players who I felt were glaring at me and had to walk into the head. Coach's office which is right writing from the locker rooms. And you know, he told me that you know, he told them not to do this. And they did anyways. And you know, I should feel free to come back and that didn't sit well with me. So I continued to after I left the McGill that day I going leaving Montreal and not. I didn't feel safe there anymore..

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

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"A couple of veterans course to students into simulating oral sex on each other. And after the point I kinda just went I'm done and would. Go out to eat a my own set of teams meals. Besides just that stuff was discussing to me. And it was, you know, you're degrading these people in, you know, by trying to embarrass them, it it didn't make any sense to me. Why they why would you try a negative team building exercise? I use the term building loosely here when you know, ultimately, you need a cohesive team to do this to succeed unto field, and it just didn't make any sense threats when you say threats, what do you mean by that? So the threat going through training camp was at avenue. She Dale rookies would have a proctology exam, Dr brim and some veterans be carrying brooms around and things like that. And you know, if you mess up on the field, Mr. block or. Pissed off a veteran. That's okay. That's another inch. Dr broom kind of edging on and keeping things dealing in. This is what some of the other rookie players were really worried about locker room than I kind of had reassured them was unrealistic. You know, I before which Bill had worked for CFL team in head gotten. No, some of the players had talked to other people who played university football in Canada, and the US than just they said, no, there's no way they would ever do anything like that that's stuff in the dark ages. So you just chucked a lot of this up to bravado. Yeah. Do them trying to to target us, mentally, you know, trying to see everything up. So that we're worried panicked. And then, you know, thinking it's all going to be a joke. Like, we got you guys. Let's go get a beer..

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04:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Late last week disturbing. News broke about alleged assaults sexual assaults at Saint Michael's college. School in Toronto and elite Toronto high school is being rocked by a sexual assault investigation. The act apparently videotaped and then exchange stunning morning from police to a race any copies or face child pornography charges. Toronto police they're now investigating multiple incidents at the private boys school one of those incidents. It reportedly involved members of the football team and video it reportedly shows a group of boys holding down another student and allegedly sexually assaulting him with what appears to be a broom handle this video. It was reportedly shared on social media on Sunday the school announced it would carry out an independent examination of its culture. And it's values and is shocking. As the story is when I heard it. It was also really familiar university wants to know what really happened. During the alleged hazing ritual back in two thousand five something similar happened at McGill University. When I was studying dursey mccune was an eighteen year old rookie football pair at the time, and is part of an initiation he was sexually assaulted with a broom handle that incident. It also knighted a debate about assault sexual assault and hazing in sports today. I'm gonna talk with Darcy what happened to him. And what if anything has changed since our tried to be the voice of reason, the rookie locker room just letting them know that there's no way that the stupid enough to do that. I mean, they were smart enough to get into this university. So why would they think that that's okay that's coming up on front burner? Hi, I'm Dr McEwen from Toronto Ontario. I want to start in two thousand five when you were eighteen starting to attend McGill University and play for the football team. Why why did you choose to go to McGill in the first place? You know, the university had a great reputation they had actively recruited me along with some other schools, and they really show that they wanted me and how I'd fit in. And you know, there was a certain allure about playing on the same field as the Alouette was really excited to to try to start my versity critter. Can you? Tell me about the beginning of the season. What what was it like being on the football team? It was definitely intimidating coming in because I never been in that type of university facility as a player so you walking through and they're all these first athletes near there about a week or two before any of the other students are for training camp. So everyone there has a purpose. The staff are all fully devoted to training camps. And the players don't have to worry about classes there. The just there to get you know, to learn the plays to get the reps in to get back into football mode, and mentally you could maybe you feel that there's bit of a bigger jump between, you know, your friends in high school and you're playing with on the team they're versus you're playing with on the university level. You know, some post grads could be close at thirty injury eighteen what was it dynamically in those first few weeks? Was there anything that was happening there that made you feel uncomfortable as a rookie player coming in his rookie? You had to. Earn your spot and rookies all new players were in separate locker rooms you weren't allowed in the returning player or what would become the team locker room. We were singled out as rookies, you know, people a rookie can wait. I'm I I need to get taped. I in that kind of thing. So, you know. Trying to shift us a bit more to being second class citizens. Did you did you feel like this was abnormal or in those first few weeks? Are you just kind of going along with it thinking that this is just part of the course, I noted as long as I could you know, there were threats about initiation night and all these things blasting around. And I tried to be the voice of reason, the rookie locker room just letting them know that you know, they're just running their mouths. There's no way that the stupid enough to do that any of that type of stuff. I mean, they were smart enough to get into this university. So why would they think that that's okay? I kind of blew off until it got to a point where in between practices when we're at the lunch..

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