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"st vincent de paul" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Being here Just a few minutes left in the show. I want to say a big thank you to a few people. You know, it's it's fun to banter on social media. I love it. I really do. I don't take it seriously. I stand my ground on my on my beliefs, and so do the other people. And it gets a little contentious. I mean, you know, we say things and make accusations and goof around. But I put a call out just because of the story about the people of ST Mary's Food Bank, and it's not a unique situation at ST Mary's, um that there's a big need this time of year. They're down thousands of turkeys for the needs. They're gonna have. Part of it is, you know, people are hurting right now, and part of it is they have a huge uptick in people that are in need. So what? I put the challenge out and I'm not doing anything formal. It's too hard to do something formal right now with covert 19, But we're going to bring somebody on next week from ST Mary's to talk about it and the reason why, and I told you I've got an affiliation a deep affiliation with ST Vincent de Paul. They work hand in hand with ST Mary's ST Mary's is a phenomenal place. Same attitude toward people that give they want to make sure they're good stewards of the donations that they get. I talked about circle the city, which works specifically with homeless people, and and medical needs down. It cast that campus for homeless people downtown. I've been moved to tears literally to tears. Seeing that people now in such a tough difficulty. Financial time are still giving. And it's like we feel blessed because we don't have as much as we thought. It was a little precarious, but thank God for what we do have and so people have been giving more. And so I just put it out there finding organization, Salvation Army ST Mary's ST Vincent de Paul Circle the city find an organization this time of year and do what you can. If you don't have a lot don't give a lot. But if you can give anything Please do and specifically a couple of people on social media that I've argued. We argue with we say not nice things to each other all in, you know the spirit of banter. It's nothing horrible, but we disagree. First ones to jump in and say I'm doing it and they did it. And so we matched up s. So it's 100 bucks for me, 100 bucks from him. Someone else sent me a text message and said, I'm doing it too. And so, um, it's nothing formal. It's not a formal movement. It's just a reminder to each other that you know we're pretty blessed that we live in a great country. We're watching this election. It's contentious and covert 19 and it gets contentious. But it's a time where we're able to put all of that aside for just a couple of minutes. It's It's kind of like when you're at a sporting event. That when they play the national anthem, I can stand next to a 40 Niners fan and in unison, pay tribute to our country, and then when it's over game on, we're back to the game, but we're still unified at the base at the core of who we are. We all live in the same town. We all live in the same valley. We all wanted to be the best it can be and think about how great it is for us to be in a position where we can help someone. It's the greatest feeling in the world to feel like you can help another human being. And for me, it's a blessing to be able to give If you've ever been in a position where you can't give or you've ever been in a position where you had to be the recipient of someone else's kindness, you thank God for those people when you're in need But when you're in the position to give, it feels so much better to realize I am in a blessed position where I can give to others. So I'm not telling you who to give to how much you to give. I'm asking you to think about it. And if you're in a position where you can give Find a way to do it. It was simple. For me. It was 30 seconds online to ST Mary's. I was, You know, I made $100 donation to pace for 700 meals, um, pretty remarkable on their website, so ST Vincent de Paul is another one that I can vouch for. That squeezes every penny out of every dollar you donate when they say that they feed, clothe house in hell they do. They are such a huge resource for medicine for dental work for clothing for off food to people in need all over the state of Arizona. They have been for years and years and years, and I got to tell you that it's that there's such a great resource, so whoever it is whatever organization you can, I hope you will. We're going to continue to debate. We're going to continue to disagree. This election in Arizona is not over yet. It's close. I mean, there's only what 22,000 votes I think left account. It's close to being over. And when it is it is, but until then, we're going to disagree. Covert 19 the pathway out We're going to disagree the next four years of a Biden administration. If it happens, we're going to Disagree like we did about the Trump administration. I'm not giving up because it's not over yet, And I still want to see if my guy can pull it out. I don't want there to be stunts. I don't want them to the illegalities. I don't want there. I wanted to be just over with in the fairest fashion when it is will all move forward, And I'm looking forward to the fight. And maybe maybe if we can kind of join hands, figuratively in something as simple as providing a Thanksgiving for a family who might not have it if we work together on that. Maybe we can drop the gloves a little bit. And maybe not. Fight is hard toward each other personally, as we do when we stand by ideals. I don't know. I just I do like the debate. I don't like the arguing in the fighting. I don't like the division. Maybe this is one pathway to we're not so divided. After all. Who knows? Maybe I'm too pie in the sky about the whole thing, But it really was. It was great today to just throw it out there and have people respond. It was moving, So thank you to those that did And hopefully you'll be able to find a way to jump in and help in the future. Um, before we get out the numbers today for covert 99 9% rate of infection or positive testing rate, which is good yesterday was 22% very scary to people thinking we were jumping back again to that super high level. Well, hopefully it's going to stay below 10%. Let's kind of lower this. As people are starting to learn to manage covert 19. I think more than anything else, management of the virus is going to be the pathway out, and I think that should be the next message. We start hearing from our leaders about managing covert 19. We heard from Dr Fauci saying. People aren't in favor of a shutdown. He thinks we can manage our way out of this. Especially with the vaccine right around the corner for.
"st vincent de paul" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It's brought to you this week by Nova Cure, so please download it. On in subscribe. So, um The concerns we have about covert 19 and I guess you know, realizing that people running out all the time and if you're just listening to the show for the first time, I really do appreciate you checking us out. I hope you'll do it more often. Um it's not dollars and cents all the time. It's about people and we may have differing ideas on what's best. But I can assure you I want what's best for Arizona's much as anyone else does. That I love where I live. I love this place. I've lived here longer than I've ever lived anywhere else in my life. I don't ever plan on leaving the state of Arizona. It has become my home. I want everything here to be the best it can be. I've got five grand Children. I want to see them with opportunity. I want to see them grow up in a healthy environment. I want them to get a good education, just like everyone else does. So our differences are not differences in concern. We maybe have differences in pathway, but not concerned. When I talk about economic recovery when I say that we've got to save lively hoods with the same enthusiasm that we work to save lives, it's not just about my retirement account or any of those things. Same areas. Food Bank is asking for help their short thousands of turkeys for Thanksgiving. Why? Because Mork people than ever Are in need of help. There are people this Thanksgiving. I guarantee you that never imagined that they would be on the receiving end of other people's kindness. Um, I know the people of ST Mary's. I work a lot with the people of ST Vincent de Paul. You've heard me talk about circle the city and the great work that a lot of organizations are doing down. It cast that campus in downtown Phoenix for homeless people. The mission of ST Vincent de Paul is to feed clothe house in hell, everybody in the community and they've been doing it for decades. Right here in Arizona, ST Mary's food Bank, one of the more honorable organizations you're going to find in the entire country, and there are a lot of them Salvation Army, you can pick great organizations. What has really humbled me. To the point of tears, sometimes Is when you talk about benevolent organizations are benevolent people. It's odd that during a pandemic, you would think when everybody's been hurting economically. That would be difficult to get people to help. There are more people helping now because they feel even more blessed to have anything when they were on the verge or are on the verge of financial destruction. Now, you we seem to appreciate the things we have more. This is the time of year that it happens. So using this story about ST Mary's is a launching point. The reason why we have to work hard to open and to manage covert 19. This isn't about Don't wear a mask. This isn't about thumbing your nose at the government. This isn't about Are saying that covert 19 is a hoax. This is about saying that our economy is on the brink of either coming back strong. Or collapsing toe a point. It's going to take us years to climb out of, and it's real people that are affected in ways of getting thrown out of their home. The people are going to get evicted, foreclosed on. We're going to see people go hungry and in a city in a place where we're the fastest growing area in the country, if there is one place that's equipped right now to help those around us. I don't want to wait for a government handout. I hate the fact that we're it's necessary that the government has to fill the needs of people right now based on lockdowns and things that have happened. But those of us that are able and thank God I'm able those of us that are able should find an organization and do what you can. One of the greatest stories I heard about giving and examples of the mindset that you should have. Of all things was from Derek Hall from the Diamondbacks..
"st vincent de paul" Discussed on KCBS All News
"It on that tonight. Uh, this look at whether sponsored by Ring Central, the global leader in cloud communication and collaboration solutions. It's Paul. Three big weather stories to talk about on Thursday. Heat, dangerous fire, weather conditions and poor air quality Heat advisory is in effect for Thursday, triple digit temperatures possible inland, threatening record territory with high temperatures around the bay. Even reaching up into the low nineties and along the coast, the upper seventies, well above average for the first day of October. Today's poor air quality will be just as bad, if not worse, on Thursday, ah slight improvement in air quality on Friday, but the spare the air alert does continue through the end of the work week to notice more of an improvement in the air quality on Saturday in terms of the fire weather, a red flag warning in effect Thursday and Friday for the North Mountains and around the glass fire as gusty northwesterly winds could potentially pushed that fire in a new direction. I'm meteorologist Paul Hagan with your k p I x five KCBS forecast. Alright. Thank you, Paula. Right now. Our air quality has actually improved a little bit around the bay area from earlier this afternoon. The error is 90. So that puts it in the moderate categorias we get up towards the state capital O I'm looking at you have about 150. Maybe 160, which is very unhealthy for sensitive groups, Traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on KCBS. Deborah Anderson is at the editor's desk tonight. It's 7 51. Some quick thinking led to the safe evacuation of 60 people at a Sonoma County homeless shelter that was in the path of the glass fire. KCBS is Mike Dewald reports tonight. Damage from the fire is creating uncertainty about where those men and women may be able to return the lows. Gillick owes villages a homeless shelter made up of 60, tiny homes just down the street from Oakman in eastern Santa Rosa. ST Vincent de Paul, executive director Jack Tibbits says when he saw first reports of a new fire. His gut feeling was to call on evacuation. You know, this is going to be fine. There's not gonna be a fire here. We're not even going to be blamed. But let's be aggressive about this and treat this like it's a serious event. Tibbetts and Shelter director Chris Grable arrived at the shelter to coordinate making sure residents had their go bags and what belongings they could take. When buses from the county didn't arrives. Plant staff pivoted loading residents onto to ST Vincent de Paul buses and combining residents, personal vehicles, a move that got everyone out in one shot. Davidson Grable stayed behind for another 40 minutes, almost the exact amount of time it took the fire to get from the county line. Toa Highway 12. I mean, it was like an explosion of fire. Probably 101 120 ft in the air, and it was moving so fast towards us was evacuated to the veterans building. There was an apprehension among residents to enter from the cove. It concerns of a large gathering, Tibbits again adapted setting up a makeshift shelter the fairgrounds. Spreading residents to other county shelters. He says that four of the shelters tiny homes were total losses where I think we're gonna be a long difficulty, and what's gonna prevent us from getting back anytime soon? Is the smoke damage? ST. Vincent de Paul is now raising funds to repair the damage in Santa Rosa, Mike Dewald KCBS, many senior citizens are unable to take advantage of free food assistance programs better known as Cal fresh because the application process is just too burdensome. Hey, CBS's Jeffrey shot reports from a pop up food giveaway at Northgate Mall in Sandra fell, hundreds drove through.
"st vincent de paul" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Briana Taylor's death. One of the former officers was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment for shooting into neighboring apartments, but none were charged with the death. Demonstrators marched to City Hall in downtown ST Louis and blocked market and Tucker. Police in Florissant arrested six protesters in front of the police department last night after refusing to disperse a group of protesters the Limburg and blocked the road. Police said there were three orders of his first when officers began making arrests. A protestor threw a firework at the officers. No one was injured. Illinoisgovernor J B. Pritzker says the Metro East is getting closer to having regional pope in 19 mitigations removed, he said. The transmission rate is coming down in the area. If you reach the positive rate is high is 10% current positivity rate of 7.3% of maybe moving down to 6.5%, which would bring a removal of regional mitigations? It's 6 32 at 97 1 FM traffic from the ambassador, Midwest Lord Traffic Center. Well, this report brought to you by the Society of ST Vincent de Paul. And the problem this morning is in North County West found 2 70 is a solid jam. We've got an accident at West Florissant. Only the left lane is getting by and the jam itself goes back past 3 67. So it's just a mess up there this morning. Just bear that in mind, that's the worst of what we're dealing with in traffic. Also had a stall east found 70. This was approaching Shreve, but they moved that one off to the shoulder. Same thing with the stall East found 44 approaching 1 41 really not causing an issue. But if you're headed in from Illinois, no delays on the bridges downtown and things look good. He spent 70 eastbound 64 40 from out West. Into the city. Buying your next outfit could pay a neighbor's household bills and your next treasure could help someone find hope at ST Vincent de Paul Thrift stores. Everything you buy helps people right here at home. Learn more GDP as tea, lewis dot org's suit Thomas with traffic, It's 6 33 and 97 1. All right. You have a chance to starting tomorrow go to the ST Charles Convention Center because they are hosting the home and remodeling Show this weekend. Friday, Saturday and Sunday and my friend from Eggers HBC will be over. There are Brian will be there. I'm sure with some of his employees where you can check out all.
"st vincent de paul" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"So you know our stores take donations are office takes donations. You can make donations through your church. I know our church is very Supportive of ST Vincent de Paul because we let them know And it's sometimes shocking when you tell people but in the house, there is just a tattered old blanket on the floor and nobody had a pillow. And when we did that we received over 100 blankets and twice as many pillows as we expected, so donations or something. Don't hesitate. Like Deb set go to our website. Go to the phone and, you know, call is to make a monetary donation, go to the stars to drop things off, even told in and wash cause or something that people need. Especially shoes as a ah bunch of furniture, but they have no way of getting it to you guys. Do you have anybody that goes out to collect furniture? Or does everything need to be brought to you know we do have we do have picked up okay? Well, that leads me to another question. I'm thinking of us Faras collaboration. You know, you work with other organisations to accomplish your mission in your vision, right? You know, you may be working with the moving company to help you bring furniture and tell us about some of your partnerships we partner with actually what we have when we go to visit people. We give them a resource sheet, and it's it's actually a book. What that shows where there's food pantries. We showed them where they can go for health care where they can go even even to Ah ah A situation of legal needs. We can refer them there. We can refer people to a place where they will get help with their rent or will refer them. For instance, I just worked with somebody and I called her landlord for her. So that we could make a payment arrangement. I contacted. We energies with her so she could get on a payment plan. And I worked with her to get rid of their title loans because that's something we don't want people to fall into, in times of desperation. You go and try and get some kind of a payday or tight alone. So this resource sheets that we give have a numerous places for people to go and to get other resource is that we know of Well, I don't think people really understand. And maybe I'm speaking for others, But I know I certainly didn't understand all the different ways that you guys are making an impact and reaching out and helping people which is awesome. So kudos to you on that on curious. Have your programs and service has been affected by covert 19. I'm sure they have. How How have they been? Yes, thank you for asking. It was very impactful our stores. Everything seemed to stop in the middle of March. Our stores were closed and lost revenue The supports our programs. Stores were close for about a month and a half. Come and their reopened now but with limited hours donations were huge when they were open because everyone was at home and found things that they could donate..
"st vincent de paul" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Peter say more on Arizona's new station news. Mike Broom head show on Katie Our news, 92 3 FM. And the Hard news, Abbs. Thanks so much for being here. It's the Mike Room had show. We're here until noon. Happy Friday. It is the weekend. Hope you've got some big plan. Well, none of us have big plans right now. Hopefully, we can make big plan soon. That would be nice. Unemployment got slashed, Congress failed to pass a new stimulus package the Republicans and Democrats wouldn't come could not come to an agreement. There is a difference of about almost $2 trillion between the two packages in the house what it was loaded with the Senate. The Republicans didn't like it. The counter offer was less money for a shorter duration of time. The Republicans came up with a number of $200. Additionally, a week, though Democrats were at $600 a week why they didn't meet in the middle of four. We don't know, but it's also about the time frame and other issues connected to this. So Senator make Sally from Arizona went to the Senate floor and had a proposal. This was yesterday on the Senate floor. The senator suggested this. I'm asking senators to simply extend expanded unemployment benefits for seven days or Congress comes up with a solution. Who could be against that? Who could be well, Apparently, she asked that question. And then she found out very shortly after she joined Sharp and and Jamie this morning in Arizona Morning news and told them this humor. He came down to the floor, the Senate majority leader, and he blocked it because he wants to play political gains Tio games with Arizona and you're struggling to live in my neighborhood. We're living paycheck to paycheck but of no fault of their own, were asked not to work in the midst of this once in a century pandemic, and Chuck Schumer decided to block that request and let these expired. So they expire. That's going to put the pressure. They believe on Republicans. I just having a conversation with somebody on social media on Facebook on my show page regarding this, and it's Republicans don't want to do this. Republicans don't want to give people more mortgage money or food stamps, and the problem is that people follow Trump. There is plenty of politics to be played on both sides of the political aisle. Markovic, Sally and anybody on the left. You tell me that it's not a reasonable request in the 11th hour for them to extend these benefits for seven days. So that people don't see a stoppage in the money coming in to put food on the table. It's a reasonable request. Shot down by Chuck Schumer for political reasons, and vice versa. It happens all the time. This this red right versus left all the time instead of right versus wrong drives people crazy. And in this case We have a conversation about what the right thing to do is it doesn't make me care less But I don't believe that for an instant. That because the Republicans were saying it's not responsible for us to continue with $600 a week in definitely one of the other suggestions, Wass it was a descending amount of money. So $600 in August $400 in September and so on, and so on. As we climb out of this pandemic, that it would be a weaning off of the public assistance, and everybody would know that it was coming. So that they could do what they needed to do to plan for it. Another reasonable compromise, and the answer is no. So there is plenty of blame politically to go around. This is an election year. No one wants to go home to their district or to their state. If you're in the Senate and tell your constituents we couldn't get anything done. Now, Ifyou're Chuck Schumer and you live in a state that is dark blue, like New York is You go home and you tell your constituents that this happened and those darn Republicans and good well then so you win politically. But the fact of the matter is getting things done right now is what's important for the American people and we all under and so the criticism from Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer Has been that the Republicans are playing politics with the wallets and the lively hoods of the American people. So explain to me how Chuck Schumer going to the Senate floor and blocking a seven day extension wasn't a political ploy that's playing politics with the food on the table of the American working family. We all have political differences and what we believe the government's involvement is and I will tell you what is very confusing and I'm being very honest about my politics and my leanings. I am a fiscally conservative person. I believe the smaller the government, the better. We are the more money in the hands of the American people. The better off the country is when it comes to charity. I am a big believer in taking care of widows and orphans. I believe that we should be. We are beholden because of our wealth is a nation to care for those that can't care for themselves. But that doesn't mean the government should do it. In my opinion, the private organizations that I've seen working that do it very well are the ones best equipped to handle with private dollars. There is a reason why ST Vincent de Paul is known for squeezing every penny out of every dollar I want. I want to preface this if you're new to listening to the show, because I mentioned organizations that I love very, very much like ST Vincent de Paul. In no way shape, manner or form means that the people of ST Vincent de Paul are aligned with me politically or agree with anything I say. My opinions are my own. And I don't want to put my opinions on an organization. But I will tell you that ST Vincent de Paul squeezes every penny out of every dollar that's donated. I have not seen an organization like this and I've seen a few but not many. That are so good, And they understand that the benevolence and the kindness of the average person the wealthy people that give to but the average person that gives of what they can that they realized that if they aren't good stewards that those people take those dollars and put them somewhere else. The government doesn't have to worry about that. The government hires people with lifetime pensions and bonuses and all these other things, and you've got to pay the cut of this and what it costs to run a program and there's bureaucracy and by the time you're done so little of your tax dollars goes to the actual problem. So same fence into Paul just as an example. If you donate a piece of furniture because they have the stores that they can sell them in the stores of the piece of furniture is too old or too broken down for it to be sold in one of their stores or to be used. They don't just pitch in the Dumpster. They have volunteers that take it apart. They'll reuse the fabric, you know area that they can. They'll reuse the pillow inside. You know the foam inside where they can. They'll take the screws out and reuse the screws in places. My point is They work so hard to squeeze every penny out of every dollar and they're a private organization. There are others to do the same. ST Mary's food bank is another one. I've talked about them circle the city with the homeless problem where their focus is on squeezing every penny out of every dollar. So it goes to the cause that they're fighting for. So my opinion is we're better equipped in a private society to give people more of their own money that they give to the organizations to solve problems in their community. So that's my personal feeling on charity. On how.
"st vincent de paul" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
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"st vincent de paul" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"That you can support and knees traveling times many of them would appreciate your support so why is giving Tuesday so important well joining us now for some insight is Ricardo Lugo he is the executive director of the society of Saint Vincent DePaul joins us now and it is considered a preferred line welcome to the conversation Tyler and good afternoon how are you I'm great how are you doing well doing well so let's for those phones you don't know exactly why dis Saint Vincent DePaul is all about giving a quick recap yes and then from the Paul is an organization that is rooted in a one thousand or so volunteers that are spread across six counties in southwestern Pennsylvania to provide emergency need some assistance to individuals in those communities and they do it by of providing by going to their homes or through their place where they may be residing at the nursing home hospitals etcetera assessing their needs and providing assistance and we've been doing that for now on hundred and sixty eight years or so and in this particular giving Tuesday is never again because of the times worrying because of the pandemic because of because of a nineteen absolutely it's it's very important giving Tuesday normally is the Tuesday after thanksgiving this is the first time that we there is another giving Tuesday and code nineteen as you very well know land mines your audience knows we all know how to strike that all communities across the board across the country and in our own area and is a Pittsburgh people are unemployed and Carlos and there for you know the income that was once they're no longer is in the need of hormone thing so it is a very important day for for us and all the organizations are out there helping all people in our own communities our own neighborhoods with these particular night well yes the report and so I mean overall just charge me a little bit about the history of giving Tuesday I think that you know because here's what's happening on a day like today people are getting emails and text messages and social media masses is about giving Tuesday all day long and sometimes it can be overwhelming it certainly can be overwhelming but if you look at it like Hey let's take a day out to be conscientious about what the needs are in our community and make this the day that you're gonna get this is reaching your pocket see how much change you have and think of your favorite charity and and discredit them off these days most most organizations are set up thank god the nation's online we certainly are are what are the nation Webster pages donate that's for going to work and you know just tornado that amount it goes a long way particularly these days the they need the most one of the most pressing needs not the number one needs for our community members are is is through the pain of facing this food so even that pocket change can make the difference for the family and I think that you know when we think about they needed during kind of a nineteen and during this pandemic sometimes it is we lose sight of you know we see all the cars you see that folks are waiting in line for the food and you know sometimes we get so caught up in our own needs that we forget we forget he asked how important it is that we stop and take a minute and realize that there are others who are in sometimes even greater need than we ourselves correctly and if your greatest concern now your your nearest doctor corn teens and you're looking to needed to to get out of your house and really your you're doing well if if that the your major needs each day because like I said we have seen the influx and like I said you can you can see if you can hear it on the media people are lining up for food so you know it's a blessing for does there have been able to maintain your jobs and have been able to keep that source of income to keep food on the table to pay rent the favorite billet long days at Saint Vincent de Paul the society of St Vincent de Paul that hashtag giving Tuesday now and folks just do what you can that's all that's all you're asking do it you can correct that that's right that's right and and I believe that everybody has you know resources have the talent even if it's not money you know you've been given those resources those talents go check out our website there's other ways you can help our call or volunteer coordinator you can you can be useful in one way or another in your community directly or indirectly there's there's there's lots of things that everybody can be the white cells everyone can do something in the thank you so much for what you guys do we appreciate you sure absolutely thank heavens have a great day couple of other things I just need to get in here before we take a quick break I you know earlier we were talking about graduations and seniors and doing something special well you know wide.
"st vincent de paul" Discussed on WJR 760
"Can either call us or use calling dot com this is anything is possible object ritual with father Gerald Murray who's a canon lawyer father I grew up on the south side of Chicago we had cannons we don't have many lawyers well we should have no canon lawyer what's a canon lawyer canon lawyer is someone who is trained in the law of the church you know we often think the church has doctrines and Sacramento so the teachings of the church and the rituals but the church right from the beginning develop the settle laws because they have to regulate the behavior of the faithful and how it is that the doctrine of the church would shape the structure and organization of the church browse all of that was regulated by law laws in Greek the word for rule is can own so that was adopted into Latin and then into English tan and so we take our cabins are basically sacred laws or rules that tell us as Catholics what we're expected to do and how we organized the life of the church and in our in the life of the church there are it's a whole science of canon law and it's taught in a limited number of universities and wrong that particular is the center of the canon law studies so I nineteen ninety three John cardinal o'connor sent me to Rome to study and I spent four years there starting church law at the Gregorian university which is run by the society of Jesus and I think you know it was it was a I know it's a blessing and I think I got a good education I came to understand the law well and learn how to apply it in the everyday life of the church and I've done that ever since I came back around when I came back in nineteen ninety seven I was assigned to the tribunal which is the church court and the work of the church court is primarily focused on petitions for the melody of marriage but the cardinal in nineteen ninety eight after a brief stay on the tribunal name the pastor of a parish of St Vincent de Paul church in the west on the west side of Manhattan so I use my canon law studies not as the tribunal judge but largely as an adviser and a reference so that people have had a lot of questions and I I give answers and guidance from nineteen ninety four to two thousand five you are also you served in the U. S. naval reservist chaplain talk about that chapter of your life that was a wonderful experience my dad and my uncles and all served in the U. S. military and I knew that there was a need for chaplains in all branches but growing up on the east coast I had a particular affinity for the navy one of my good priests friend's father Michael Morris priest the archdiocese of New York he was a navy reserve chaplain so I talked to him and I said well I'd like to do that thank you so I joined the reserves and then when the Chaplin school which at that time was located in Newport Rhode Island learned about the military life and the work of chaplains and was fascinating for me as a brace because in Chapman's goal I was there for seven and a half weeks in Newport is the first time I spent any amount of time with Protestant ministers because we all lived in the barracks together and it was it was a good experience you know I learned to appreciate my Catholic faith even more because of it you know the circumstances we have to understand the defend Catholic teaching and explain that the people didn't quite understand it and on the other hand the the Protestant chapels taught me about the life the Protestant faithful how they are guided by the ministers and that's important because in the traffic for Catholics Protestants Jews and non Muslims all work together all the different chaplains log function out of the same office in chapel sorry learned that spirit of cooperation without compromise that was one of the models and check on school all right since twenty twelve given the pastor of Holy Family church on east forty seventh street in Manhattan just one block from the United Nations talk about that perish this is a very interesting Paris where I am Holy Family is it when I walked out the door of my church I turned left and there it is the campus of the United Nations and you can see that the big tall United Nations administration building and the General Assembly building when the U. N. was put out this Paris was already existing and this neighborhood has an interesting history it had been German neighborhood and the eighteen late late eighteen hundreds and then evaluate people started moving in project we from the north a bit early and the Italian people would attend the church founded by the German Catholics but they wanted a parish of their own so a priest named father didn't know no actually bought an old stable and converted into a parish church this church yes did from nineteen twenty three and cardinal Spellman the archbishop of New York when the when why not be decided that the Catholic Church should have a visible presence at the U. N. so he rebuilt the church into a modern building and he established a Catholic library which would stock books would be of use to you and delegates and he decided that to disparage would be the parish in the U. S. and it continues as such I have a lot of you and staff and diplomats come to the church and it really is a very interesting apostolate we cooperate with the holy see mission at the United Nations as you may know the holy see is not a member state but they do have observer status so and they were you know among the most important non state entities at the U. and because of the moral force of Catholic Church in Catholic doctrine the project really the papal interest in promoting the work of the year when that promote peace and development throughout the world so it's actually a very interesting assignment Jack and I'm very rewarded to be we're talking to father Gerald Murray when we come back we're going to ask him about the virus the coronavirus an object which one this is anything is possible.
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"You support st vincent de paul georgia would a donation as a volunteer wctc shopping you're one of our thrift stores here's supporting your neighbors in need right here in georgia whether it is a financial material or educational need st vincent de paul provides hope and help with a person to person human touch st vincent de paul has helped out georgia children and families in need more than one hundred twenty nine thousand of them less you alone for over a hundred and fifteen years and we deal with one of the lowest overhead burdens of any nonprofit agency in the country find out more at sv dp georgia dot org that's assez hasn't say via hasn't been sent dp for the paul sv dp georgia dot org the atlanta weather will be a rollercoaster ride of heat solve cold advan rain and storms manager to win wsb meteorologist kirk mellish fanciest accurate and dependable five day forecast plus says stormcenter team of meteorologist from channel two action news news 955 and am 750 wsb depend on it you'll love to know what's going on and you depend on wsb bore the complete five pm update on local news traffic news from washington now the updated kirk mellish's fiveday weather forecast atalanta's evening news with eric erickson 5 o'clock every day he was ninety five five and am 750 wsb the scott slade from atlanta's morning news of wsb twenty four hour reduce that are delivers updates four times an hour all weekend depend on it and we'll be here monday morning four thirty two nine a m for breaking news and traffic and weather every six minutes news 955 at am 750 wsb now more of odia williams.
"st vincent de paul" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Moody's volunteer with the st vincent de paul charity blundell known in the book die tomorrow will give people soup sardines pasta and whatever fresh items they deliver as today she says we never know what they're going to bring we're not five thousand charities across france depend on the food bank network which gets nearly half of its donations from grocery stores the new law has increased the quantity and quality of donations there are more fresh foods and products farther away from their expiration date jock belet's head of the fringe network of food banks he says the law also did away with certain constraining contracts between supermarkets and food manufacturers drive with political moon this one food manufacturer that was not authorized to donate the semblage is it made for a particular supermarket brand but now we get see 30000 sandwiches a month from them sandwiches that used to be thrown away jonathan blum is the author of american wasteland a book about food waste in the united states he says he'd love to see the us congress pass a similar law though he suspects america might need a slightly different approach the french version is quite firm salute but i would think a great way because you're providing a way where they have to do the benefits will thing not only for the environment but from an ethical standpoint of getting healthy food to those who need it and near the migrating system of for harmful greenhouse gas emission that come with food end up in a win so but the french lau has actually encourage the development of businesses that are helping grocery stores better manage their stocks and reduced their ways when kamissa before we parliamentarians dion gavaud wrote the law he believes the fight against food waste should be as important as other national causes gallo says he's contacted by people all over for the.
"st vincent de paul" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Barry when you support st vincent de paul george your would a donation as a volunteer pct shopping in one of our thrift stores you're supporting your neighbors and need right here in georgia whether it is a financial material or educational need st vincent de paul provides hope and help with a person to person human touch st vincent de paul has helped out georgia children and families in need more than one hundred twenty nine thousand of them last you alone for over a hundred and fifteen years and we deal it with one of the lowest overhead burdens of any nonprofit agency in the country find out more at sv dp georgette dot org that's assasin hasn't say via hasn't been sent dp for the paul ask v dp georgia dot org dying out for lunch and atlanta traffic can lead to stack and hang gray before you had out fill up with wsb traffic team for me asian listen poor double the traffic in foul in the eleven thirty news added up day that 1150 am new news 955 and am 750 wsb depend on it thing in the book the hurting in the book but you're listening to herman cain killed thanks for joining of the navy's elite attended for new a lot of other people not going to take it from but we wanna.
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"I think a my father always told us as children that a person is as big as a things it bother him so i'm not gonna let this bother me you speaking of of your father he became ill and had to uh and had to retire but he didn't really retire from from service he didn't retire from community life uh tell me about that well at 48 i was in rome at the time i was a student for sure shoot in a rome he contracted a parkinson's disease he was a real carrier showed that meant that he really had to retire he could not carry on his job any more his strength wasn't there he at for while wasn't able to walk but then with therapy and the proper medication he regained his strength and the doctor told him as long as he would exercise and try to keep fit he could live uh a normal length of life if fee if he worked at this and took care of himself and of course my mother was a big part of that well after a couple of years of being a retirement or my mother not all that thrilled to have him home run and he wasn't it through thrilled about the honey do's he was given he decided to do a lot of volunteer work with an agency a group called st vincent de paul society uh they visit hospitals and they visit people are shut in their homes to see how they're doing well some of the people he visited in their homes were those who were on israel route uh ju he knew them a he had struck up a relationship with them and he noticed set they were getting the proper nutrition and it was in the 70s when uh the meals on wheels program was uh a cresting and uh he went to the county board and said we uh we should do this for these people we can we can have access to to these grants um and they really dismissed yemen said we didn't want any federal programs in here uh you know it's a bureaucracy and and there have to be some sort of a commitment on the part of the county and so he decided that he would run against the man at his own party.
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"The scenes st vincent de paul actually handles all but logistics and i want to thank year the bosman of st vincent de paul here in georgia sarah thank you for everything you do all year long and thank you especially for you do these weeks with carts christmas goods laurent kabila were proud to be a partners are third year and i know scott was asked him earlier in the last segment now i don't know how some of the does us and had with thousands of volunteers who help walsh throughout the year we have fifty eight hundred one until he to the paul the serve people in need and georgia all year round and a lot of them come together for this event at the end of the year and itself a thing which really close tarnishing host for our hearts and we wish throw the door and we need more people do we go we are at three hundred and fifty in the store right now which is is a nice number all we've got that an hour and a half two hours to go if we could hit a thousand that would be a new record for one day in a store and be it would help us a lot and get low burnt new a thousand also and we would really make a dent the not mountain and eric what are you outlet to and love or do you have a current count i guess he's not listen who they're out of your our directing toll has yet scott slate tells me it's around 350 and i take his word on everything that was the third an hour a madrague marie i do do better they're not going to house of horror away are really killing guts and urged royal slack companies he is still slack let's go or i go lawrenceville highway and lober and four thousand four thousand four that's right four thousand four lawrenceville on highway and.
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"When he election absottly worn brandel girls and women clothing phil lovely defied in you'll love the prices fell though the move the leave your eyes at st vincent de paul's thrift stores you'll find something seems maybe a whole new rv for phthalates laugh soundly wind threatening clothing of hillary dal again in a letter on highway one hundred at lightning greenfield in 2013 linking avila the oh is eleven plenty need a pm day ahead of seattle increases the minimum wage for fifty dollars now that that's the worst the liberal mantra oh this is great moore's jobs sustaining it's been devastating because what happened is the way businesses are responding it's not even up to fifteen dollars an hour yet is that they are cutting people's hours i was talking to someone humans of fastfood chains and he was telling me you're you bump it to fifteen dollars an hour and it's could lead to more automation it's going to lead to ours being cut it's going to be leading to price increases with their fighting in seattle is the minimum wage workers there are actually worse off because they're hours or cut let's talk to who debbie and green bay debbie you're on 620 wtmj i completely agree with you that now the way to go on your active up people there our incurred and i also think of an event by the people that are working there have happened were even harder and you're gonna people have in a way wander on my second hammered look entity the andrew mumbled jobs aren't up on the permanent at the oecd carter job and sound like my own work at trump way um epa permanent job brand to him by our woan printer.