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Pope Francis names Washington, DC-area Archbishop first African American cardinal
"Pope Francis is breaking new ground for the Roman Catholic Church in the past week, his voiced support for civil unions for LGBTQ people, and then on Sunday, he named the first African American cardinal Here's NPR's Sylvia Poggioli from Rome. Speaking from his window overlooking ST Peter's Square, Francis announced Wilton Gregory among the 13 new cardinals. He has chosen Monsignor with Gregory. Relativistic over the Washington The 72 year old archbishop of Washington, has been widely praised for his handling of the sex abuse crisis that has rocked the Catholic Church. As head of the U. S Bishops conference in the early two thousand's, he helped develop the church's zero tolerance policy that has set an example for the Catholic Church in the rest of the world. The archbishop has also been praised for his more inclusive treatment of LGBTQ Catholics. An outspoken civil rights activists. The African American prelates, elevation comes as U. S society is reckoning with systemic racism. He's reminded the church that black lives are sacred Father, Brian Massengale, who is black, is a professor of theology at Fordham University. It's a powerful affirmation of The presence of African American Catholics of our faithfulness in the church, and, frankly, that were group who have kept faith with the church That's not often than faithful to US. Archbishop Gregory made headlines this summer when he blasted President Trump's photo opportunity hoisting a Bible at a Washington Episcopal Church. After police and soldiers used tear gas and rubber bullets to clear protesters. And he criticized the president's visit the following day to the Saint John Paul, the second national shrine, saying, quote it's baffling and reprehensible that any Catholic facility would allow itself to be so egregiously misused and manipulated. Bishop sheltered Fabray, one of a handful of African American Catholic bishops has worked closely with Gregory as a black bishop and in the name of black Catholics across the country to know that Someone who looks like us is going to have direct access to the mind and heart of the pope. I think that's a tremendous, tremendous gift. The new Cardinals will be elevated in a formal ceremony at the Vatican on November 28th. You will then be 128 Cardinals Under the age of 80 eligible to elect the next Pope Francis has now appointed almost 60% of them, raising the chances that the next pope will be closely in line with his own policies.
Pope names 13 new cardinals, including 1st Black US prelate
"Pope Francis's naming 13 new Cardinals. Pope Francis naming 13 new cardinals, among them. Washington D C Archbishop Wilton Gregory, who would become the first black U. S president to earn the coveted red cap, the pontiff, making the surprise announcement Sunday from his studio Window. Two faithful standing below in Vatican City is ST Peter's square. Other new cardinals include and Italian who's the longtime people preacher of the Vatican at a churchman from Rwanda ceremony. Of the new cardinals is set for November. 28th Paul Stevens, Fox News
Pope Francis appoints first Black American cardinal
"New cardinals have been named by Pope Francis, including the first black American Cardinal Pope Francis naming 13 new cardinals, among them. Washington D C Archbishop Wilton Gregory, who would become the first black U S president to earn the coveted Red cap the pontiff, making the surprise announcement Sunday from his studio Window. Two faithful standing below in Vatican City is ST Peter's Square. Other new cardinals include an Italian who's the longtime people preacher of the Vatican and a churchman from Rwanda. A ceremony for the new cardinals is set for November. 28th
Pope names 13 new cardinals, includes first Black US prelate
"Day in Italy, where more than 21,000 new Corona virus infections were reported as a way to curb the spread. An overnight curfew is in effect, cafes and restaurants will have to close by six PM and movie theatres, gyms and pools are shutting down. Also in Italy, Pope Francis names 13 new cardinals, including the first black cardinal from the U. S. Pope Francis naming 13 new cardinals, among them. Washington D C Archbishop Wilton Gregory, who would become the first black US prelate to earn the coveted red cap, the pontiff, making the surprise announcement Sunday from his studio Window. Two faithful standing below in Vatican City is ST Peter's square. Other new cardinals include an Italian who's the longtime people preacher of the Vatican and a churchman from Rwanda. A ceremony for the new cardinals is set for November. 28th. Paul Stevens.
Washington DC Archbishop Wilton Gregory Named Cardinal By Pope Francis
"Former Atlanta Archbishop Wilton the Gregorys among 13 New Cardinals name by Pope Francis today, and Gregory, who is currently the archbishop of Washington, will become the first African American cardinal. The 72 year old Gregory served as archbishop of Atlanta from 2005 through part of last year. The pope making the announcement this morning while holding a service in ST Peter's Square.
Pope Francis appoints first Black American cardinal
"Pope Francis has named 13 new cardinals, including Washington, D C. Archbishop Wilton Gregory, who would become the first black American pre labor Tio earn the coveted red cap. In a surprise announcement from his studio window Sunday to the faithful below in ST Peter's Square, Francis says the churchman would be elevated to a Cardinals rank in the ceremony. Coming in late November.
"st peter" Discussed on KCRW
"Least two other pence. Aides have reportedly also tested positive in recent days. But Pence's office says he plans to maintain a schedule, saying the vice president is an essential worker and will comply was CDC guidelines. Democrat Joe Biden has no public events on his scheduled today. But he held to drive in rallies in Pennsylvania yesterday, the second one in Luzerne County, where he sought to put rest. President Trump's claims that he's pushing measures that air worsen the pandemic itself. I'm not going to shut down the economy, I'm going to shut down the virus and build economy. But he says the economy cannot move forward without getting control of the virus. More than 57 million ballots have already been cast in the presidential election. In most states, election workers can begin processing ballots in advance, but not in some key states. As NPR's Sam Greenglass reports, some states have passed new rules to account for the delusion ballots that election clerks will need to sort through this year. But in states like Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, election workers can't begin processing ballots until election day. That means the work of opening envelopes verifying signatures and removing secrecy is we use can't happen until the last minute and in swing states where the final margins might be really close, That may mean it takes a while to know who won. The president has warned of a national crisis should the result not be decided on election night, But election experts say delays in no way suggests a problem with the integrity of the vote. Sam Greenglass. NPR NEWS Washington The Senate reconvenes today, one day before it's expected to confirm Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Just over a week until the election day, NPR's Amy held. Reports of Republicans are planning a preliminary vote this afternoon to end debate on the nomination. A simple majority is all that's needed to confirm Barrett and the numbers are in Republicans favor despite Democrats objections with minority leader Chuck Schumer, calling it naked opportunism, a transparent Cynical last ditch grab for power. And, of course, the continuation of their shameful lock steps of servants to President Trump Vice President Mike Pence, who presides over the Senate says he will be in the chamber for tomorrow's expected confirmation vote. And I'm gonna be in the chair because I wouldn't miss that vote for the World Pen spoke at a rally in Florida yesterday before news emerged that his top aide, a close contact had tested positive for covert 19. Amy held NPR news and you're listening to NPR news. Francis recalled its ambassador to Turkey after Turkish President Erdogan insulted his French counterpart by questioning the mental health of President Emmanuel Macron. Crone is pledging to crack down on what he calls Islamist separatism following the beheading of a civics teacher who had shown students caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed. Another warning from Canada's top doctor, Dan Carpenter, Chuck reports as cases of the Corona virus surge, she's expressing concern that the number of pandemic related hospitalizations and deaths will increase dramatically. Canada's chief public health officer, Dr Teresa Tam, is painting a bleak future is the second wave of the Corona virus brings the national death toll towards 10,000. Warning comes as two provinces report single day highs in the number of cases of covert 19, Ontario and says Catch one. Tom says the number of daily deaths and hospitalizations has increased dramatically from six weeks ago. But she says she fears worse is yet to come because of the lag time behind the number of reported cases, and there's severe impacts already, as many as 20% of those in hospital are in intensive care. Health experts say. Unless something has done to curb the second wave, the virus will grow exponentially. And there would be more people with severe symptoms for NPR news. I'm Dan Carpet Chuck in Toronto for answers, says named 13 New cardinals, including Wilton Gregory, the archbishop of Washington, D. C. Gregory is now set to become the first African American cardinal following the pope's announcement today from his studio window to those gathered in ST Peter's Square..
Vatican Puts Priests on Trial Over Alleged Abuse Within Its Walls
"Priests involved in sexual abuse of minors is underway. Correspondent Megan Williams reports Thie Trial of 28 year old priest finally began inside a small Vatican courthouse Wednesday morning. Martinelli is accused of raping an altar boy when he was a miner in the Vatican seminary 10 years ago. Many of the students their servant, papal masses inside ST Peter's Basilica and recorded a 72 year old priest stands accused of abetting and covering up the abuse. The prosecution says he allowed Martinelli to be ordained as a priest despite knowing about the abuse. It is also an
Large Boom Rattles an Already Anxious Paris
"Updates from France this morning, Better coincidental. Serena Williams is possible in the French Open, and she withdrew because of an Achilles injury 30 minutes ago. Police in Paris confirmed there was a sonic boom over the city of Paris. Other pissed Yeah, I think ST Peter had money on there, really? In the French Overwatch dry. It was a fighter jets at the finals, and they announce ailerons not gonna play anymore.
Nantes: Arson suspected in fire at Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul cathedral
"Firefighters in the western French city of non sir battling a fire at the 15th century ST Peter and ST Paul Cathedral. The cause of the fire is not clear. But French officials have launched an arson investigation. Fire sent black smoke into the air and blew out staying glass windows just over a year ago, a massive fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris It's all right. It's roof and main spire.
Hagia Sophia: Pope 'pained' as Istanbul museum reverts to mosque
"Says he's deeply pained over the decision by Turkey to change in the status of Hadiya Sapphire, originally an Istanbul Christian cathedral from a museum to a mosque. In a brief improvised remark. Francis, speaking from his studio window overlooking ST Peter's Square, noted that the Catholic Church marked Sunday as the international day of the sea. Then he said, Madam apart sample on the sea brings my thought Tio East amble. I'm thinking of saints afire, and I'm deeply pained, Francis said. No more. It was clearly referring to the move by Turkey to formally convert the monumental building back into a mosque. The colossal cathedral was turned into a mosque after the Ottomans conquered the city in 14 53 while the secular government in 1934 decided to make it a museum. I'm
Pope 'deeply pained' over Turkey's move on Hagia Sophia
"Pope Francis says he's deeply pained over the decision by Turkey the change of the status of hard yes the fire originally and he stumbled Christian cathedral from a museum to a mosque in a brief improvise remarks Francis speaking from his studio window overlooking St Peter's square noted that the Catholic Church month Sunday as the international day of the sea then he said it might have important poll on the C. brings my thought to ease stumble I'm thinking of since the fire and I'm deeply painful Francis said minimal but was clearly referring to the move by Turkey to fully convert the monumental building back into a mosque the colossal cathedral was turned into a mosque after the Ottomans conquered the city in fourteen fifty three well the secular government in nineteen thirty four decided to make it a museum I'm Charles the Ledesma
The Latest: Pope praises UN efforts for worldwide cease-fire
"Pope Francis is praising United Nations Security Council efforts for worldwide cease fires to help tackle the Corona virus pandemic. In remarks Sunday to the public in ST Peter's Square, Francis hailed the Security Council's request for a global and immediate cease fire, which would permit the peace and security indispensable for supplying so urgently needed humanitarian assistance. Pontiff called for the prompt implementation for the good of the so many persons who are suffering. He also expressed hope that the Security Council resolution be a courageous first step for the future of peace. The resolution calls on parties to armed conflicts to immediately cease fire for at least 90 days. To enable safe, sustained delivery of humanitarian assistance, including medical evacuations.
"st peter" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"And Earn Brown earlier this year. vocalist Caroline Nielson accepted an invitation to sing the National Anthem before Major League Baseball game. That game was supposed to take place on May twenty seventh between the Texas Rangers and the Washington nationals. But the MLB season still hasn't started after last week's baseball commentary from Marvin. laskey listener. Caroline Nielsen wrote to Marvin about her daughter's missed opportunity, so he offered a consolation prize chance to sing the national anthem for us in celebration of this weekend's Independence Day and good news. She accepted so here's caroline. Nielsen a doctoral student in vocal performance at the New England Conservatory in Boston singing, the Star spangled banner. Oh. I. See. What's? Who is broad stroke? It's. Off. A. Game. US. Oh. Oh. It takes a lot of people to put this program together each week. Thanks so much. Dr Team Joe Bells Ryan Bamberger Paul. Butler can't Comington Nick. Eicher, Kristen Flavin Anna, Joe Hansen, Lee Jones Jill Nelson trillion new Bel Bani Frigid, Mary Reichardt, Sarah, Shrines Bird and Cal Thomas, the guys who stay up late to get the program to you early, our audio engineers Carl peace and Johnny Franklin. JC DEREK IS Managing Editor Marvin Alaska is editor in chief and you without you. None of this happens. Visions commands us be kind to one another tenderhearted forgiving one another as God in Christ per game you. Have a great weekend..
"st peter" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"Monday, the Supreme Court blocked Louisiana Abortion Law from taking effect that would have required abortion businesses to have admitting privileges at a hospital within thirty miles, something often required in the case of other minor surgeries like colonoscopies or laser eye surgeries, so really a very reasonable precaution, but in a five four decision chief justice. John, Roberts once again joined the liberal majority to prevent even this slight obstacle to ending and unborn babies life. Many court watchers were surprised because Roberts's reasoning in this case stood in direct opposition to his descent on a similar Texas case only four years ago. Here's C. N. N.'s legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin, speculating on what this means for the pro-life caused going forward. Is going on with John Roberts I'm John. Roberts has sided with the liberals now in three of the biggest cases of the year, so it is a major decision. It is a major message that Chief Justice Roberts may not be who we thought he was well. It's culture, Friday and time now to welcome. John Stonestreet President of the Colson Center for Christian worldview John Good Morning Good Morning, so John a lot of Christians applauded. President Trump's conservative appointments to the supreme. Supreme Court over the last few weeks. The applause has been replaced with hetty size of disappointment. Even words like betrayal are being used so my question is, does that kind of response suggest what Psalm thirty three sixteen warns us about The king is not saved by his great army. A warrior is not delivered by his great strength in other words are Christians putting too much faith in having the right person in the right role rather than faith in God. You know I think that's probably true. Some Christians I think we kind of think that there's a political solution or political appointees solution in this case to our problems, but you know I think that we're rightly disappointed. Rightly disappointed in. We should demand more I. think that this. Analogy that keeps coming up of Lucy. Holding the football for Charlie Brown is an APP one. What we're told when it comes to. Elections, is that Supreme Court? Nominations matter and make no mistake they do matter, and they matter a lot and I think you know I, don't think anyone is under the illusion that the case would've been decided differently. Had President Clinton or something like that, but in the office, and not only that one, but so many other cases But I! Do think it underscores especially the way this particular decision was written in which a state level legislation that was different, looking legislation when applied on the ground, in Louisiana than it would have been in Texas where it was earlier short down earlier. Was a state by state sort of approach to the issue of abortion, which is one of the best innovations of the pro-life movement now for quite a while and I think that can discourage the state by state movement. The state by State Movement, the the the work on the ground the pregnancy resource centers. Reaching out and finding ways to connect with abortion minded women on the ground There's never going to be a national solution for the sort of. Person to person love and care and ministry that needs to happen when it comes to women who find themselves in vulnerable situations and unexpected pregnancies, and so on so th. That's what can't go way. It's never going to be the Supreme Court and nothing else. It's only going to be the Supreme Court. Because of everything else that has been done and the Supreme Court is going to be kind of a Cherry on top of a culture that's already decided that abortion is is an unthinkable thing like slavery or some other great evil in the past. You know John Izhak conservative. Writer David French cautioning against discouragement, and he argued pro-lifers are actually winning on the cultural front. He cited some statistics from the GUT macher. That showed that the abortion rate in the US is now lower than it was in nineteen seventy-three the year. That Roe v Wade was decided, but you know, of course the Gut Marker Institute is affiliated with Planned Parenthood and their data likely doesn't include abortive fashion so grain of salt there. What's your take on where the pro-life Movement stands now? You know I like David a lot he was. He's been optimistic or more optimistic than the rest of us. All the Supreme Court decisions in this storm that have been so negative. I think he's wrong. Unfortunately I think the pro-life movement has been tremendous, and I think the innovation that we have seen. I think the the technological innovation in terms of reaching through Internet searches, and so on to abortion minded women. I think going medical I think being combined with post. Abortive care think there are all kinds of things. That show that the pro-life movement is changing hearts and minds I. Don't think that that we've persuaded hearts and minds because I think this statistics still tell us that while more millennials and younger Americans don't personally like abortion. They're also full-blown moral relativists, and we don't actually solve this problem until we think that abortion is just flat out wrong, not wrong for me, but not for you not wrong for me, but I'm not sure we should legislate morality, but just flat out wrong, and that's going to require a lot more work, even than the very important work of just loving on women who are in crisis, pregnancies is important as that is. So John Turning to another subject. I've really been looking forward to catching up with you to ask about something I know I could use some clarity on I'm guessing others out there could to. It's removing statues and renaming things. I think on the one hand. Most people feel good about Mississippi deciding to remove the confederate symbol from their flag. If a private university like Princeton decides to remove Woodrow Wilson's name from its public policy school. Sure why not up to them, but what about museums, taking down Teddy Roosevelt statues or some news? That just broke today. The Boston Art Commission, voting unanimously to take down the Lincoln Emancipation Memorial A. A monument that Frederick Douglass dedicated, which are the principles be when thinking through this business of renaming and removing things well. I don't think we can get the principles yet because you can't make these decisions unless you know your history in other words without a fundamental knowledge of the narrative, the and I don't mean to the reconstructed narrative of the left or the ride or something like that I mean just basic civic education one. That's not. Not, whitewashed, as it has been also one, that's not just you know subject to this ridiculous notion that somehow we're morally evolved pass. Those who have gone before I mean there's a complete loss of what the American story was all about in through those new lenses. We're now trying to make a really hard decision like who's a good guy and who is a bad guy throughout history, and does this that you connote some sort of? Of superiority like we know that some of the confederate statues were intended to do during the Jim, Crow era, or these actually talking about history, and telling us a an important part of our story, you know it's the same thing by the way with being a Christian if we don't know what a human being is if we don't know what creates us what gives us inherent dignity as created and the common humanity and the common fallen. All share in our humanity, then we're gonNA draw these artificial lines of good guys and bad guys, and it's not gonNa make any sense, and and and this clearly doesn't make a whole lot of sense, and how we're preceding the because by the way I mean the line that we're seeing most commonly drawn Who have lost their story is the good guy bad guideline. I'm on the you know the good guy. You're the bad guy. I would have been on the right side of history. I'm on the right side of history now you're on the wrong side of history. It's a bit of historical arrogance. What did a CS Lewis called it chronological snobbery? At Work here because there's not a frame of reference, there's not a framework by which to approach these questions at all, but let me..
"st peter" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"New, jobs numbers show that the US economy continued to bounce back in June. The economy added four point eight million jobs, a record gain with mashed expectations of just under three million jobs president trump on Thursday touted the recovery and said the economy is roaring back. Eighty percent of small businesses are now open. New Business applications have doubled since late March, but while unemployment is down at remains high at about eleven, percent and trump presidential rival Joe Biden on Thursday said he was very happy for the millions who returned to work, but there is one number that I was stunned that the president didn't mention even once the process and the entire time he talked about. The number was fifty thousand. Yesterday the number of new COVID, nineteen cases in America topped Fifty Thousand Single Day. The positive jobs numbers were compiled during the second week of June. Just before, many states began to pause or backtrack on reopenings. And, Corona virus cases are now rising and forty of the fifty states, thirty six states are also seeing an increase in the percentage of positive tests. Florida's set a daily record, Thursday, reporting more than ten thousand new cases speaking in the Tampa area yesterday governor Ron. Santa's said the numbers suggest younger Floridians are fueling the spread of the virus. You go back a month. The median age of our cases was in the fifties. now the median age of the case here in Hillsborough County for the entire pandemic has dropped to thirty four, and they'll be days where we'll get cases in Hillsborough County and the median age will be under thirty. And Colorado Governor Jared police shares the same concern is state is the latest to shutdown bars and nightclubs are uptake like be major spice in other states is largely among younger demographic and I think it is partially attributable to the bars and nightclubs, and also potentially two large public gatherings in the protest movement, so we've seen outside. And Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued an order Thursday requiring face masks in public spaces, and nearly every county in the state health officials say Americans not wearing masks or social distancing states have reopened is largely to blame for covid nineteen resurgence. Lawmakers on Capitol Hill including some notable Republicans are pushing back against president trump's plans to drastically cut the US troops presence in Germany world's Kristen Flab and has more. About thirty five thousand US troops are now stationed in Germany the president's plan would cut that number by nearly ten thousand but GOP, senator, Mitt. Romney is among the lawmakers worried that the withdrawal would weaken the security of NATO allies and Romney said the move would be a gift to Russia. He's pushing an amendment to the military spending bill for the next fiscal year. That would block the use of. Of Funds to move troops from Germany, that is unless the defense secretary can vouch for the move mark expert would have to certify that it would not weaken. NATO's defence hurt the US military's global objectives or lead to big redeployment costs down the road and the GOP's ranking member of the house. Armed Services Committee Mac Thornberry said his committee would approve a similar measure reporting for world I'm Kristen Flahavan? In Iran? A fire and an explosion struck centrifuge production plant above an underground nuclear enrichment facility on Thursday the Natanz. Nuclear facility is one of the most tightly guarded sites in the country after earlier acts of sabotage their. Iran downplayed the fire, calling it an incident that only affected an under construction industrial shed, but Iran's state run news agency published a commentary addressing the possibility of sabotage by enemy nations such as Israel and the United States..
"st peter" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"St Peter ticket out of the ninety one you can kind of where you work your way depending on where you need to go after that the like I said the back of his to century we also had a crash on the northbound side a little one right at the north at one ten I should say right before the one on one it was a car that has was facing the wrong way it's been in the right lane and you got to back up there as well through the downtown slot now let's go ahead go to designate the southern California Toyota dealers jam jam on the four or five at all the activity going on in the support to pass it's been really messy trying to get to west LA now southbound four oh five this is before sunset where the two middle lanes have been taken away it looks like this one is finally clear into the right hand shoulder but it really just destroyed this drive not coming away from victory looks like it's jam now you can use out that Sapulpa down to mall holiday join the freeway there it's going to be closed south of there at Getty center and so south of Mulholland south that supporters really started job worse the freeway so it's supposed to close between Getty center and Moraga have to stick with that messy for five two right lanes blocked the color on the front of the two ten at Vernon when the backup to Irwindale that's because of an earlier rig fire and the west out to tenants looking to slow in getting with the sandy was curve are next I reported at seven fifteen with more tropical force more often I'm Jennifer York in the Toyota I'm going to our twenty four hour traffic center can extend seventy newsradio it says seven oh six well it's gonna be hot today elevated fire danger once again today low humidity gusty breezes coming in down sloping winds continue the heat things up heat advisory again this afternoon through this evening temperatures in the mid to upper nineties.
World reaches 400,000 virus deaths as pope urges caution
"Minute that's hideous that's pope Francis telling a well space crowd of faithful in St Peter's square he's pleased to see them but with the confirmed death toll from covert nineteen now more than four hundred thousand worldwide he cautioned against acting like it's gone Johns Hopkins university's tally has the number of Americans killed by the virus at more than one hundred and ten
Don't celebrate victory over coronavirus too soon, Pope tells Italians
"Pope Francis cautioning people in countries emerging from coronavirus lockdowns to keep following authorities rules for covert nineteen containment he said today quote be careful don't cry victory don't cry victory too soon and quote Italy's gradual easing of stay at home rules now allows the public to gather in St Peter's square on Sundays for the pope's noon blessing and the pope was clearly delighted to see several hundred people gathered in the square below his window standing safely either individually or as families pope Francis telling the faithful to follow the rules they are rules that help us to avoid the virus getting ahead
People more important than the economy, pope says
"The economy is important but pope Francis says people are more important he greeted hundreds from a window overlooking St Peter's
Pope: Pull together, avoid pessimism in this coronavirus era
"The glass is half full to pope Francis and that's the message he passed on to pilgrim's during mass today at St Peter's basilica as the world emerges from coronavirus lockdowns the pope says many people are lamenting that life will never be the same he says it's up to us to pull together and focus on what
Francis to return to studio window, May 31
"Pope Francis who is you are reciting press I'm giving his blessing to the faithful in St Peter's square well the people will have to stay a safe distance apart the Vatican says for may thirty one Francis will again appear the studio window overlooking the boss where his weekly public appearances that in pre pandemic times often drew tens of thousands of people with the disease because it nineteen operator one of the worst in Europe the Vatican it had to close to square to the public but now with the gradual easing of locked on measures it's really opened eyes has Saint Peter's basilica Vatican officials say the police would have to make sure those showing up for the appearances will respect the necessary into personal difference I'm sure most of them with as much
Francis to return to studio window, May 31
"Pope Francis who is you are reciting press I'm giving his blessing to the faithful in St Peter's square well the people will have to stay a safe distance apart the Vatican says for may thirty one Francis will again appear the studio window overlooking the boss where his weekly public appearances that in pre pandemic times often drew tens of thousands of people with the disease because it nineteen operator one of the worst in Europe the Vatican it had to close to square to the public but now with the gradual easing of locked on measures it's really opened eyes has Saint Peter's basilica Vatican officials say the police would have to make sure those showing up for the appearances will respect the necessary into personal difference I'm Charles Taylor this month
"st peter" Discussed on AP News
"But St Peter's basilica was all but empty yes much like churches around the world as Christians celebrated isolated in their homes by the corona virus president trump offered this message from the White House will be separated physically only from our churches we won't be sitting there next to each other which we'd like to be and soon will be again but right now we're keeping separation we're getting rid of the play gets a plague on our country like nobody's ever seen in some locations pastors held drive in services our safety team work they were spread out to the parking lot Matt McGarity is the pastor at relevant church in clover South Carolina to park every other space and stagger those front back so that nobody was next to each other churches have really upped their game they haven't shrunk back and miss Kelly hills says she felt like she would any Easter morning sorry call expectant hopeful the numbers around the world remain grim the Johns Hopkins University tally as of Sunday afternoon showed more than one point eight million confirmed infections worldwide and one hundred and thirteen thousand deaths with the U. S. leading both categories confirmed covert nineteen cases topping five hundred and forty six thousand with nearly twenty two thousand people having died New York is wrapping up its worst week in death so far with the daily toll for the state topping seven hundred for a sixth straight day the governor Andrew Cuomo says there are signs of leveling off we deserve some good news lord knows change in total number of hospitalizations is down again Ben Thomas A. P. news as the coronavirus tightens its grip across the country it's cutting a particularly devastating swath through an already vulnerable population black Americans of corona virus victims whose information was made public about forty two percent of the deaths were black that's according to an AP analysis while African Americans only account for roughly twenty one percent of the total populations in those areas a history of systematic racism and inequality in access to health care and economic opportunity has made many blacks are more vulnerable to the virus but what makes them more susceptible are higher rates of obesity diabetes and asthma Zachary row with the Detroit urban research center puts it this way into the hospital why getting one hospital stay may each one comes out the other one does it you know we we already know how the story then among the cities where black residents have been hardest hit Detroit New York New Orleans Chicago and Milwaukee I'm Julie Walker New York is wrapping up its worst week in death so far of the corona virus outbreak five thousand two hundred and twenty six people were killed through Saturday but there are signs of good news like hospitalizations going down governor Andrew Cuomo says seven hundred and fifty eight people died Saturday pushing the death toll to nine thousand three hundred and eighty five but he says we're flattening the curve with hospitalizations going down we deserve some good news lord knows still Cuomo says he's mulling over re open how do you re open but how do you do it in a way that is smart from a public health point of view the last thing we want to see is an uptick what is ordering businesses to supply essential workers with face masks right away and looking into what nurses say is a shortage of masks and other PP Julie Walker New York thank you for listening to the AP radio network you can purchase prints of a piece for talking for your personal or small business use every day.
"st peter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"At St Peter's basilica the corona virus pandemic is changing religious celebrations around the world pastor Jeff Quinn will preach in the parking lot of his church in Bedford New York today he says parishioners will stay in their cars and parked in several feet apart and we're calling our Easter Sunday come as you are and stay in your car at one point president trump had suggested re opening the country on Easter Sunday A. B. C.'s enter dimmer in Washington explains why that's not the case according to a New York times report new federal projections warned of a spike in corona virus infections if shelter in place orders were lifted after only thirty days a second wave likely spiking mid summer the president later called the suggestion aspirational help health experts say testing is a key issue in returning the country to a degree of normalcy when ABC's well cars is less than one percent of the US population has been tested some state officials according to the Wall Street journal or saying the federal government has failed to provide enough equipment for a rapid test there's been touted by the White House the federal government is urging states to order more supplies through the CDC ABC has learned the first round of payments from the government have started going out to the millions of Americans waiting for checks as part of a financial rescue plan Alice Stanford's a banquet server in Los Angeles who's out of work she says she has not yet received her check but thinking of the twelve hundred dollar amount to that's not enough to pay my rent so it's really frustrating actually direct deposits will go into bank accounts used to file taxes paper checks will take longer British prime minister Boris Johnson says he owes his life to NHS staff who treated him in intensive care last week you still hospitalized with covert nineteen you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK police are asking for help in locating a suspect that stole a crowd of our sample at a local hospital officers went to Sutter Davis hospital after workers there reported seeing a man steal a.
"st peter" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"At St Peter's basilica the corona virus pandemic is changing religious celebrations around the world pastor Jeff Quinn will preach in the parking lot of his church in Bedford New York today he says parishioners will stay in their cars and park them several feet apart and we're calling our Easter Sunday come as you are and stay in your car at one point president trump had suggested re opening the country on Easter Sunday A. B. C.'s enter Debord in Washington explains why that's not the case according to a New York times report new federal projections warned of a spike in corona virus infections if shelter in place orders were lifted after only thirty days a second wave likely spiking mid summer the president later called the suggestion aspirational help health experts say testing is a key issue in returning the country to a degree of normalcy when ABC's well cars is less than one percent of the US population has been tested some state officials according to the Wall Street journal or saying the federal government has failed to provide enough equipment for a rapid test there's been touted by the White House the federal government is urging states to order more supplies through the CDC ABC has learned the first round of payments from the government have started going out to the millions of Americans waiting for checks as part of a financial rescue plan Alice Stanford a banquet server in Los Angeles who's out of work she says she has not yet received her check but thinking of the twelve hundred dollar amount to that's not enough to pay my rent so it's really frustrating actually direct deposits will go into bank accounts used to file taxes paper checks will take longer British prime minister Boris Johnson says he owes his life to NHS staff who treated him in intensive care last week he still hospitalized with covert nineteen you're listening to ABC news balance of nature changing the world one life at a time thank goodness for that balance of nature it just keeps me strong and healthy and I don't have any aches and pains I think it's already supplements and all the different things they promised and I'm like I don't feel anything I don't feel anything you know vitamins protein powder and whey protein all this stuff that says it's going to do what it's gonna do bye the balance of nature exceeded my expectations I cannot believe how it has affected everything so I am completely grateful for it don't wait to see what getting over ten.
"st peter" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"St Peter's square should have been packed this morning with tens of thousands of people as pope Francis celebrated Palm Sunday mass instead pilgrims tourists and others were scarce kept away because of the corona virus only a handful of church members were there Palm Sunday solemnly opens Holy Week leading up to Easter for Jews around the world this week's Passover holiday also altered by the virus the annual retelling of an ancient story about ten plagues is being dramatically impacted by one modern plague Passover seders are often large family affairs and they last for hours we read through basically the entire story of the exodus from Egypt but due to covered nineteen gatherings have been canceled there's also some tension around the rules for the more observant folks this year since we can't get together a group of orthodox rabbi said people could use zoom or Skype but then Israel's chief rabbi another said use of electronics is not allowed many of the less observant still plan to use video conferencing and some of the more strict are planning to do pre seder family gatherings via video Jessica Rosenthal fox news well most of the U. S. is closed primary polls in Wisconsin will be open this week voters in Wisconsin head to the polls Tuesday for the presidential primaries state and local elections with a federal judge refusing to postpone the votes but extending absentee ballots well several states have postponed elections Wisconsin's governor Democrat Tony Evers has been widely criticized by his own party for allowing the vote to happen when poll workers fear the spread of the corona virus have been quitting in droves National Guard troops also helping to assist to polling places on Tuesday Jeff man also fox news governor eaters tried to hold in person voting but the state's Republican led legislature didn't vote on the proposal Iverson is not expected to take additional.
"st peter" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The steps of St Peter's basilica gazing out over a vast vacant rain filled square urging the world to come together six darkness has gathered over our squares or streets in our city said Francis well we feel afraid he said we need to realize we're in the same boat and comfort each other Meghan Williams ABC news Rome the United States has more cases of corona virus than any other country nearly a hundred twenty five thousand the U. S. also has more than two thousand deaths ABC Trevor Ault is that health care professionals are sounding the alarm the situation is dire we're very frightened it's gonna get worse week Dr Roland waist pack is the E. R. director at east Jefferson General Hospital near New Orleans and he says they're running out of space we have seen more and more critical patients with the disease running out past the at our hospital already in queens New York a packed emergency rooms lined with patients on hospital beds doctors and nurses desperate to treat them the CDC issued a travel advisory asking residents of New York Connecticut and New Jersey to avoid nonessential domestic travel for two weeks people staying home in Jonesborough Arkansas was a good thing say officials not just because it helps slow the cupboard nineteen spread but it kept people away from a shopping mall that was heavily damaged by a tornado Saturday riches of asik said that mall normally it would have been packed a lot of businesses and a lot of people around so it we really dodged a bullet I mean it it really could have been bad six people were hurt in that tornado northeast Arkansas you're listening to ABC news I met this social distancing stuff is really awkward for Austin Austin plumbing and polar express heating and air because we're used to greeting our clients for the firm handshake upon arrival and ending a service call gone well with the hi fi we fully understand the magnitude of the situation that we all face and says there's no way for you to socially distance yourself from a leaking water heater backed up drain pour water pressure a broken furnace or any other plumbing or HVAC related snafu our trucks are rolling.
"st peter" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"One being played at a St Peter's college so so as PC getting that opportunity there but he writes he has always had the home court advantage here I see this legal here right Katie when you bet on some these games get a hold your breath there you go well it's saying that these games this conference tournament a first run at the boardwalk hall boardwalk hall in Atlantic city yeah that's where I think Saint Peter's place Saint Peters is up in north Jersey is the north yeah yeah I know I'm missing yeah there I don't know what I was thinking that maybe is a monitor no the model mom at this moment is down south Jersey but this is a neutral this is unusual for okay Hofstra started out slowly trailed by two at the half they actually were down double digits in the first half to northeastern northeastern the top team in the entire country free throw shooting wise just under seventy nine percent I think seventy point nine percent just percentage points you know hundreds of point ahead of or tenths of a point ahead of a couple other schools are seventy to sixty one oh my holic got it done first time in nineteen years the pride the team from Long Island goes back to the big dance they played a big time second half and I'm telling you this team will be a nightmare for somebody first round well they got some shooters on the outside rape you look at these guys in terms of salad in the Greek I. Kanada down low absolutely and Pemberton lit up as well from the outside tonight this team is also just like a northeastern free throw on the difference in this game was the foul line tonight the hawks to the pride go sixteen for seventeen north eastern one for two while you don't want a drives me nuts when these teams rely on the perimeter you've gotta get opponents of voucher because can you know with the advance comes at your bring up the ball and somebody actually bumps into somebody get a file you get two free throw attempts those are easy and free possession specially when you should almost eighty percent as a team and their their main guy northeastern Roland Roland have thirty points in both the first two games this year and had a competition at eleven tonight I think well part of the problem was coaching he gets is four thousand six minutes to go in the system until the three minute mark on my what do you send them for next year come on let's go you guys I agree with that what is it same way I agree if a team is a down five or six in a game where they have to have their lead guy especially if it's a like a point guard and the guy gets a second phone the first ever much this is because this guy's a Brainiac okay you got a second vote but you know he knows it so he's not gonna get that third one unless it's some screwy place so you got to trust in him because when you sit him down for five six minutes all of a sudden that six point deficit went to a thirteen point deficit and you have a tough time coming back that's exactly double the hoster game into your point this is not the NBA to me in college team should attack key players more when they're our trouble they don't do it enough and the reality is they should be kept short role in the game or maybe sitting for a minute at most but those three minutes were the difference in this game tonight no doubt okay meanwhile the horizon championship there at farmers Coliseum in Indianapolis goes to northern Kentucky the Norse very fortunate that they did not have to play Wright state Wright state has their number but this was a revenge game northern Kentucky played Illinois Chicago the last time at home lost seventy three to forty three they just got pummeled they were down forty one eighteen at the half but the flames just didn't have it tonight they've been playing good solid basketball but seventy one sixty to the northern Kentucky the Norse get the win they were minus four and a half actually bet down from five total was one twenty eight that up to one thirty one and a half goes overall numbers hitting one thirty three seventy one sixty two northern Kentucky the battle of North Dakota in South Dakota Sioux falls of course the neutral court South Dakota state gets knocked out early by IPFW because Doug Wilson their leading scorer was out he was also out last week in one point loss to North Dakota state North Dakota state was the one seed they struggled in their first game get a one point win North Dakota takes gets two solid wins so you think okay instate rivalry this going to be close North Dakota stages pommels and it was forty one seventeen first half eighty nine fifty three the final they win the game goes over the closing total one thirty seven and a half but under the one forty six so this total moved eight and a half point or nine in it no eight nav a nav points and you could have little doubt one it falls right in the middle there hitting at one forty two again one from one forty six to one thirty seven and a half a mile wow that's a that's a huge move but give North Dakota state credit they were terrific tonight really came out in the first half putting up almost half a century in the one forty nine points as you alluded to really get it done in this game and really impressive in terms their play today Arkin's Agra we watch the second half they got on a good run amok help pull me through because this adds only a one point lead at the half and Jordan Ford of course has been lights out for St Mary's but the in the back of their mind they punched their ticket for the big dance for sure by knocking out be what you last night ugly game little van Allen fifty one fifty they get it done and taken they move on when you look at this Saint Mary's Randy Bennett team doesn't scare you like teams in the past but at the end of the day they're still going to be tough for somebody out of the conference to play because you just don't know how good they are yeah I would agree with you but I'll tell you what to me when I look at this team they don't really scare me much because teams that play slower tempo always allow opponents to hang around because they're fewer possessions you don't have to be successful on every possession because the game is a little bit lower scoring fourteen the opportunity now we play K. you you're gonna need to go out there put up seventy five spot to beat them in a tournament game they can they can do it though and against certain I mean against Gonzaga because those acts have so much money to Patricia Finn and totally and then the big guys and Timmy you know they they kind of clog up the middle the teams that don't know Jordan Ford moves man good luck because that kid is a special player there's no question and if they get what they got tonight from league fits whose two of thirteen last night but came to play tonight you're absolutely right fits you mention it goes for seventy but here's the thing as good as Jordan Ford is when you get into one of these there to one of the power five team in a match up right you're gonna wind up let's say for example a team one of the big ten who's got a couple of big guards all the sudden would force normally able to do the W. C. C. O. of a different when you get a six four two guard in the big ten or from the both of you know from the ACC that's gonna be able to put a little bit more stifling defense on you yeah it's gonna be interesting we're gonna get to some overnights real quickly run down in the need of the B. acts as a call mid eastern at Ladd led a conference just in case some you had money on this the Hornets of Delaware St sixty sixty four B. Maryland eastern shore as two and a half point favorite so they get the cover game stays under the total seventy to sixty three Howard knocked off South Carolina state device to get the win game stays well under the total but they were the dogs a money line there for people that back to our in the final of the northeast conference championship on Robert Morris's home court they take out St Francis beat the red flash of Pennsylvania there say Francis New York and say for instance a venue in that conference St Francis Pennsylvania so dominant early on the Robert Morris really came on they get their first title since two thousand fifteen seventy seven sixty seven game ends up pushing the opening total the closing total is one forty three the game it's one forty four which was the opening total so if you play the over closing number you get it done the game was a pick up and then Saint Francis actually got the money went off one half point favorite before Robert Morris takes care of business that's just a good solid program year in and year out Robert Morris right outside of Pittsburgh there you're actually right they do a terrific job and you know what that's where you want to look for these teams are consistent year in year out especially when the tournament from a coverage perspective for mine had some trouble tonight usually take care of business in a big way at home not the case tonight they beat Maryland Baltimore county we remember the retrievers knocking off Virginia is that sixteen seed eighty one seventy four the final Vermont gets it done meanwhile Hartford the number two seed Stony Brook gets taken out on their home court by hard forget effort here Stony Brook any point favorite back down to six and a half of the money went the right way there on Hartford they win it outright a total was one thirty two and a half that up to one thirty three to have money withdrawn we only had one twenty two sixty four fifty eight southwestern conference by a real quick I just give you this course preview in and beat Alabama a and M. eighty two to sixty they cover the number game goes over sixty nine fifty two Jackson St Walter Payton's alma mater takes care of business sixty nine fifty two over Alcorn state by Steve McNair's element of six and a half for Jackson state they were favorites of a cover easily the game stays well under the total Alabama state at southern southern blogs about sixty seven fifty three laying a nap at up to ten they cover one by fourteen game stays under the total and Texas southern seventy five sixty to knock off Grambling state nice effort they're laying four but up to five total one forty all unders get in that tournament outside the first game preview in Alabama a and M. that game goes over SO three to four unders let's go let's go to the overnights now we're gonna by the way they're going to go to a shootout it looks like one second left in overtime Vancouver in the islanders up in BC the only hockey games still going and on the NBA it is the next one hundred the Lakers ninety seven staples center three twenty to go fourth quarter delayed the eleven or twelve on the Lakers you're probably gonna need overtime.
"st peter" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"A window over St Peter's square will now be streams from the library in the apostolic palace same goes for is Wednesday audience the eighty three year old pontiff is recovering from a cold and steps are being taken at the Vatican to make sure he does not get infected with the virus Christine Persichetti fox news two members of Saudi Arabia's royal family are said to be under arrest for not supporting crown prince Muhammad bin Salman reports linked to two sources say the king's younger brother and the king's nephew were plotting a coup no official comment from Saudi authorities there's new concerns about the environment and it involves the world's tropical rainforests I study finds that tropical forests are losing their ability to absorb some of the carbon dioxide that builds up in the atmosphere causing global warming researchers examined more than three hundred thousand trees in South America and Africa over three decades and they found that the force are taking in about a third less carbon dioxide than in the nineties and by two thousand and thirty five trees near the Amazon River won't absorb any of the gas at all the study was published Wednesday in the scientific journal nature Roger stern fox news hearing mathematician and NASA researcher Catherine Johnson was remembered Saturday Johnson was portrayed in the twenty sixteen film hidden figures about black female aerospace workers more than seven hundred people turned out for her memorial service astronaut Leland Melvin said we can calculate the speed that she's traveling to get to have an armature Jordan and this is hi I'm Bob Hubble with elite remodeling dog days of summer here we like the winter spring fast without protecting our largest investment we make the home last year we had the most rain on record in this year's not looking good either you may not be ready but your roof windows doors siding framing gutters are a lever modeling will help you through the easy to understand process.
"st peter" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Little Italy in the St Peter historic downtown area size he says it sure beats sitting in LA traffic on the freeway John Baird KNX ten seventy newsradio warning going out to office managers across the country if you're expecting a lot of productivity from your staff on Monday chances are you're in for some disappointed Monday after Superbowl Sunday it's a day that many people book off work and for those who show up there's an awful lot of water cooler talk a lot of companies have decided to embrace it rather than try to fight it blame the Britons with the human resources consulting firm Robert half I embrace it what I mean is creating activities and events that build camaraderie we're definitely seeing employers treat that as an opportunity to get the best from their employees rather than worry about loss of productivity studies show that one fifth of all U. S. workers have already made plans to take Monday off and seventy two percent of human resources managers feel that the Monday after Superbowl Sunday should be a holiday Chris Seton's can extend seventy newsradio either be some political ads during Sunday's Super Bowl for the most part comedy seems to be that the advertisers spend lots of money for Superbowl ads and more importantly poor lots of creativity into the TV advertising are working on a light hearted fun ads direct rockers professor of marketing at northwestern's Kellogg school of management I think with everything going on in the country right now a lot of brands are taking the play of let's try to be safe let's just try to entertain in some cases Superbowl ads are a one time thing but in other cases they are the start of a new ad campaign for a particular product Charles Feldman can extend seventy newsradio traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five to one twenty five usually go to some serious flowing in south LA brake lights on the one ten south bound between Florence in Manchester Caltrans will likely working here though they're not reporting any cones up in that stretch of road work but it is very slow right now Caltrans is working and causing slowing in downtown LA ten westbound on the collector road from Soto to the one on one on and off the brakes there through that entire stretch Caltrans also working in mid city LA on the Santa Monica freeway ten eastbound Brea three right lands a close there right there at liberator right now it's not causing too much of a problem but usually that does get sicker as the night goes on there's a crash out in San Bernadino on the San Bernadino freeway excuse me this is on the stand there Dino freeway Jenny spent of the of their day two car crash there one of the cars is overturned looks like it's facing the wrong way on the right shoulder lot of activity there was C. H. P. and emergency crews on the scene and then I want you to know that cal trans is working on P. N. P. C. H. on a civic palisades diss on PCH from sunset to to medical canyon it's the right lane is shut down to their unix reporters at one thirty five finally sick off with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio right now is fifty four degrees in Fullerton fifty four in September to Dino sixty one degrees in south gate at one twenty seven the California assembly member wants to a former new agency to extend the gold line to Ontario International Airport Democrat Chris sold and says he also wants to see the light.
"st peter" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Our mark from St Peter was asking how can I claim my social security benefit next year when I turn sixty two and should I wait or take it as soon as I can it really depends on your individual situation it depends on a lot of different factors to if you're married single divorced or have a deceased spouse all of those things come into play I will say to the main things that you need to think about is how long do you think you're going to live and do you think social security might change in the future I know a lot of people that want to take it earlier at sixty two get the money now because they don't trust what might happen or what might change in the future and I learned from you there's about nineteen thousand different ways to take it but as soon as you decide you're locked in well there's hundreds of different ways to take and are thousands of different rules in the social security handbook trial it does get rather complicated and once you do it after twelve months you can't ever go back and change it as a C. F. P. I can tell you that you should probably take a little bit longer than fifteen minutes to make a decision about this right I mean you're gonna take fifteen minutes to decide the rest your life exactly right there's a lot of money it's really complicated Ernesto from West Lake is asking I've heard you talk about long term care and given the expense is it really necessary to purchase long term care insurance it depends again it depends on longevity in a lot of other factors if you have a family history of needing long term care I can say that there's a lot of different options available and most people don't realize you don't have to buy just traditional long term care which is basically a use it or lose it type of program if you haven't looked at all the alternative options there now available in the market place it's a great time for you to get a long term care and also again we do that free of charge if you give us a call but one way or another I think it's worth you taking a deeper dive into William from Woodland Hills and he asked how often should I review my trust that's a good question I always say do the dust tests go home blow on your trust of dust comes off it's time to really do a review at least call but three to five years right now there's been a lot of changes in the state planning laws so it's probably a good idea if you haven't looked at in the last couple of years to get a review done there's.
"st peter" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Sage larry elder thai larry john from st peter and this is the fourth or fifth as listen to the sun the story of your father reminds me to some extent of mike that mike that was the second youngest of nine children and he's dead walked out on the family when he was three years of age my dad was from the fuss he would tell me an one showed me where he would search were rubbish bins looking for food the chain but that was inducted into the hall of fame the sentence coaches australia victoria in november of two thousand six he wasn't even going to go to his induction he said it was a lot of three yet he said that the only did what he had to at the time secondly two one s hgv tripling nights of a one 74 three let's a generation i consistently as i was reading the book asked my father wife writing get angry white was mad can do this white indeed any keppel kelly like i had two hits what choice that i have the them to work hard other than try and get better trying to make more money and that's why i don't quite get about people that i got called the was it akhoon the other day on on twitter after my appearance on hannity you can't figure out a way of disagreeing on a fact based weighed without resorting to secondgrade name calling i don't know if you've got the middle but there's something called the thirteenth amendment slavery has been abolished i am free to think the way i want to thank and that may be your enemy because honourably the taxes should be raith and rich people i'm your enemy because i believe the borders ought to be secured i'm your enemy because i believe that urban parents should have a choice on where they send their school children i'm your enemy because i believe that minimum wage laws equi hurt the very people that you claim you care about i'm the enemy because i dare questioned whether the welfare state has changed people's initiative induce women the mirror the government allowed men to abandon their financial more responsibility i'm a bad guy i'm evil you can't simply have a.
"st peter" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator
"The unmissable dome of st peter's often loons behind the nocturnal travails of jet and his friends all is a romantic device best demonstrated when seen through the famous keyhole of the time hill in fact throughout the film the churches of rump play comey a roles that are as important to the narrative as sarin tina's human access at bremen taste tempe eto a renaissance mausoleum we see nuns comically scurrying in the foreground motorboating is the great baroque facade of piazza navona santaniello's a church which seems decidedly observe as jet misbehaves once more as the great beauty begins with a flowing fountains of wrong it seems appropriate that sarin tino's ending should depict the city's other great poultry exploit the tiber the river which has filmed from a boat snaking its way through the eternal city at dawn provides a stunning backdrop to the film's credits are protagonist jet gambardella's quest for truly great beauty is finally completes beauty is the city itself monaco's david pleasant taking us on a guided tour of palace argentinos rome tony next up on the curators i want to switch off starts to a city that recently joined rome where we alighted previously on the list of world heritage sites the un's coach trope agency describes the capital of eritrea as an exceptional example of early modernised urbanism and without hesitation added as mara to its list of sites while to tells more all about this paul osborne was joined by martin ploughed he's from the institute of commonwealth studies.