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Vatican Report Blames Others For Knowing About McCarrick Abuse Accusations
"About about the the Vatican Vatican report report on on ousted ousted former former Cardinal Cardinal Theodore Theodore McCarrick. McCarrick. Correspondent Correspondent Philip Philip Colella Colella tells tells us McCarrick was allowed to rise in the church ranks despite allegations of sexual misconduct that dated back went to John Paul. The second was Pope. It's a mayor cooled by an institution that normally does not do these kind of things. It is a qualified mayor because they tried to make the point that the pope's particularly John, Paul and Benedict made their decisions based on the information that they had at the time, saying that there was no definitive proof at the time. That McCarrick was involved in sexual misconduct. Although there were many, many rumors, McCarrick resigned from the College of Cardinals in 2018 and was defrocked by the Vatican last year. In a statement, Cardinal Timothy Dolan called the report unnecessary step in helping us to understand the case of Theodore McCarrick. The
"timothy dolan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Through live feeds instead of large crowds cardinal Timothy Dolan offering this prayer to the faithful watching at home graciously grant peace in our days the by the help of your mercy we may be always free from sin and say from all the stress as we await the blessed hope in the coming of our savior Jesus Christ meanwhile in St Peter's basilica at about side in the usually flower decorated St Peter's square pope Francis let Easter Sunday mass inside social distancing with a handful of clergy and nuns and live streaming at around the world the main thing is after Easter mass the pope gave his biannual address would be a toll to be paid to the city of Rome and to the world he said the European Union was at risk of collapse if it did not come together with a unified plan for recovery it's vital the pope said that rivalries that existed before World War two do not regain force as a result of the pandemic occurs when a Meghan Williams of the Vatican meanwhile some evangelicals are calling their lawyers over the orders to stop meeting in large groups inside their churches others gathered in outright defiance several lawsuits have been filed against state and local governments by churches the claim is gathering bands aren't being enforced equally and they're singling out church services one Mississippi church even said the police operating drive through service when liquor stores were still operating drive throughs the department of justice official says they're looking at several of these cases a spokesperson for the Attorney General says expect action this week as correspondent Trevor alts doctor says to stop the spread of coronavirus practice social distancing stay home wash your hands use the hand sanitizer wear a mask but do not wear your gloves the CDC says wearing a mask helps away or not showing symptoms from spreading coronavirus but doctor of any show I mean the university of Maryland hospital medicine physician says people in the community don't need to wear gloves unless they're directly dealing with a covert nineteen patient she says people are not using gloves correctly we were doing was on there still touching your face the gloves on and we'll take a mocking and put him back on each team's yourself once the doctors as soon as it goes on surfaces the amount of virus significantly drops lowering the risk of it spreading corresponded chucks Iverson wins news time for dental check your accu weather forecast with some severe.
"timothy dolan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The advice to reach the faithful through live feeds instead of large crowds cardinal Timothy Dolan offering this prayer to the faithful watching at home graciously grant peace in our days the by the help of your mercy we may be always free from sin and say from all the stress as we await the blessed hope in the coming of our savior Jesus Christ meanwhile in St Peter's basilica instead of outside in the usually flower decorated St Peter's square pope Francis led Easter Sunday mass inside social distancing with a handful of clergy and nuns and live streaming at around the world the main thing is after Easter mass the pope gave his biannual address would be a toll to be to the city of Rome and to the world he said the European Union was at risk of collapse if it did not come together with a unified plan for recovery it's vital the pope said that rivalries that existed before World War two do not regain force as a result of the pandemic correspondent Megan Williams in the Vatican some fundamentalists are calling their lawyers over the orders to stop meeting in large groups and church others gathered an outright defiance yesterday several lawsuits have been filed against state and local governments by churches the claim is gathering bands aren't being enforced equally and they're singling out church services one Mississippi church even said the police operating drive through service when liquor stores were still operating drive throughs the department of justice official says they're looking at several of these cases a spokesperson for the Attorney General says expect action this week responded Trevor Ault yeah well the doctor says to stop spreading coronavirus practice social distancing stay home wash your hands use hand sanitizer and wear a mask but don't wear gloves the CDC says wearing a mask helps away or not showing symptoms from spreading coronavirus but doctor of any show I mean the university of Maryland hospital medicine physician says people in the community don't need to wear gloves unless they're directly dealing with the cold at nineteen patient she says people are not using gloves correctly in terms of people are doing not close on there still touching your face the gloves on and we'll take them off and put him back on each team's yourself once the doctors as soon as it goes on surfaces the amount of virus significantly drops lowering the risk of it spreading Spanish oaks Iverson wins news time three ten accu weather next my name is Daniel Garcia my family's bakery my life is to be pretty normal until I'm in north Hamilton that's when everything changed my brother and the most famous in the world sometimes too unlikely ingredients there's something about it make the most amazing combination I just wanna make sure you know what you're signing up for I know that my life can get pretty crazy I think I could do a little crazy the series premiere tonight ten nine central on ABC well hopefully you're all staying safe and healthy many.
"timothy dolan" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good Morning America. This is the catch roundtable. Try and catch him. Tv's here Sunday morning. Sunday morning is a time of prayer Sunday morning time. All Christians go go to churches well for the first time in two thousand years we cannot go to churches with us. This morning is eminence entrepreneurship. Dahlan it's good to be with you. John thanks for the invite You're doing a great job and thanks for what you're doing and keeping US posted and And keeping US together. We need that People need hope and we have not faced this This is the if we can call it. Anything two thousand year war. Of course we're fighting an enemy. We cannot see. What would you tell people how to pray you streaming the prayers through the archdiocese on on the Internet? We are John. We've got it livestream say Patrick's cathedral all of the Holy Week liturgies including Bob Sunday this morning and and next Sunday Easter Sunday and We're doing it on of course are are Catholic Serious Network One Sirius. Xm One twenty nine as well as Catholic faith networking. I'm happy to tell you John that the Pix is picked us up. They're going to do live the ten. Am mass both Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday from Saint Patrick's and I'll tell you this as well. I'm very grateful to my priests because almost all of them some are doing it already. The shut ins the homebound but now almost all of them are live streaming this Sunday. Mass is because jot as you hinted at our people are telling us who we Miss Church. We miss the Liturgy. We missed the SACRAMENTS. We need it more than ever so while it's never going to be as good as being there in person it's still mighty powerful for them at least to pray together Via Radio or TV people needed and we all need it. It's a time that is challenging to all of us. I'm wondering if there's a way to get people to to come in for for a minute and just go through a line. Twenty feet long and just pray and some of that John we got even though Were not open publicly for the mass and the sacraments most of our churches are open and people are coming in and they keep their distance. Like you like you mentioned. And they're praying Let me tell you like. It's a patrick. So the priests there will be on duty and they'll just be on the front steps and people come in. They might stop again at a distance and ask for blessing. Summer even going to confession. So we're trying to be creative and it's working and people appreciate it. I've got a number of my My Priests John. Saying that you know they. They're used to take a walk in the morning and our long walk in the city or whatever neighborhood. They're in usually they put on. Maybe a tracksuit or something. Now they're doing their collars so that people know that their priests and people are stopping them again keeping the distance but say father could. I have a blessing. Would you say a prayer over me and So some of this is working. There's there's Kinda we can't and I even with all the secularism and all the cynicism and doubt and all the fear that we got now that there's an innate reservoir of faith in people's hearts I hope I'm not naive in thinking People are tapping into that now and we might even see a revival after all this is dot is people said you know. We're turned him back to God. The Bible tells us that inside of every tragedy inside of every of every adversity and Lord knows we're in one. Now there's an invitation from the Lord to come back to him and I'm hoping that's happening. Have you seen that that people that were Didn't have the faith that they wo- a Sunday have come back they H- they have John as you and I were chatting before we went on the air. I don't think there's anybody that has not been personally affected by this. Thanks to God they may not have the virus but a family member somebody with whom they work they know has got it so. This is not only spreading physically. This is a moral and spiritual effect on our people and they're all feeling affected. I tell you the other day John. I had the burial of one of our priests who died from the virus now. He was in his mid eighties. His health was rather fragile but anyway he was retired but it was so sad. Here's a here's a guy that for his whole life it consoled people at funeral masses and at the grave there. I am literally by myself with a pet. That local pastor was off to the side. One of my exhilarating. Bishops was on the other side but at a distance there. I am with the casket in the open grave and I look around. And there's people there but they're all in their cars or their standing apart from one another at a distance. I'm glad they were. They should have done that. But I'm thinking you know these folks not only do they mourn the loss of their pastor. But they're not even able to benefit from the regular constellations that that the church is able to provide and I'm hearing that from people all over the place when their grandparents go when friends or neighbors go. They're just They're they just feel it's a it's a deeper loss because they're unable to benefit from the beautiful moving rituals that we have our faith and people. This people know they need it. What would you? What prayer would you offer? All all Americans not just Catholics nitrous Orthodox not just Walmart Americans. I'm with you John. This is a time to to come together and I the prayer that I might have for. Everybody is one that is part of our American consciousness. One Nation under God we are one nation under God. That means what we're making an active faith that God is our father. He's in charge. We're his children. He's a loving father who will take care of us. We might be asking what's taking them so long that he will come through and that means we're brothers and sisters because we're children of a common God so there's what one prayer I would offer that we would realize please your Lard. The the the profound implication that statement that we make so glibly one nation under God and secondly My brothers and sisters of any faith or none whatsoever we also believe in God. We Trust we. Americans say that we believe that and now is the time to express that trust. Jesus told US. Fear is useless. What is needed is trust. So Lord. I'm praying for all my neighbors and all my friends all the great people especially in the New York area the epicenter who are suffering increase. Our Trust Our fear might be understandable. But we know it's it's it's counterproductive your Lord and what we need is trust in you and trust in our own interior strength and a trust in our just in this connection in community and charity and outreach that we all have you are large forever and ever Amen Eminence thank you John and the blessed Holy Week and Easter. Do you and your family's doing okay. Everybody's okay and we pray along with you and by your side that all Americans Okay and you bet at Archbishop Dimitrius and and Archbishop that'd be doing all right Dan doing fine and let's all stay safe and find a reason to celebrate in September. You're on way to go John. Keep the good work by by His Eminence. Archbishop Dolan Saint Patrick's Cathedral considered the chairman of the board of war cardinals in the United States. And he's a he's a man with deep faith and I thank him again for coming on During this tough time this is the catch roundtable. We'll be right back..
Brooklyn’s Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio welcomes investigation, points to personal record fighting abuse
"Another another accusation accusation of of sexual sexual abuse abuse within within a a local local Roman Roman Catholic Catholic archdiocese archdiocese leading leading to to another another investigation investigation it it was was back back in in November November when fifty six year old mark mad sick went public with his story saying he was molested as an eleven year old boy by his priest at Saint Nicholas in Jersey city more than forty years ago that priest is now the bishop the diocese of Brooklyn Nicholas dimarzio the Vatican is ordering cardinal Timothy Dolan to open an investigation into dimarzio an archdiocese spokesman says outside investigators will be helping cardinal Dolan but remember they're hiring the investigators former priest in victim advocate Robert hopes it is skeptical for now he wants cardinal Dolan or pope Francis to place to Mars you on leave during the investigation using the same protocol that they use for ordinary priests or statement from the Brooklyn diocese says dimarzio status has not changed a spokeswoman adds a dimarzio looks forward to having his good name cleared and restored insisting that he's a leader in the fight against clergy sex abuse
Vatican orders Cardinal Dolan to probe Bishop DiMarzio sex abuse allegation
"The Vatican it's called it on cardinal Timothy Dolan to investigate allegations of sexual abuse by Brooklyn bishop we get that story with WCBS reporter Steve burns some two months after the accusation first surfaced Brooklyn bishop Nicholas dimarzio is now the subject of an investigation ordered by the Vatican headed by cardinal Timothy Dolan that accusation came from fifty six year old mark matic who said back in November he was abused by dimarzio in the seventies when he was an altar boy at Saint Nicholas church in school in Jersey city dimarzio unequivocally denied the accusation saying he's never engaged in inappropriate behavior it is fifty years as a priest at archdiocese spokesman tells the post that as per its usual practice the investigational make use of outside forensic investigators Dolan and dimarzio often work closely together since it's what the archdiocese calls a preliminary investigation dimarzio was not required to step aside dimarzio himself as lead probes like this before he previously offered sympathy to abuse victims his investigation uncovered in the buffalo
"timothy dolan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Timothy Dolan told the congregation of Saint Pat's it's to signal the light of a new day that conquers the darkness of some souls and brings people together we are never alone or isolated when angels announced to shoppers shivering for both cold and trepidation the not for a president trump used his Christmas message from Morrow Lago to call for deeper understanding and respect well Queen Elizabeth admitted it's been a sometimes difficult here the pop of course is not always CMOS and may at times this year have felt quite bumpy the small steps can make a world of difference the royal family spending the holidays of the queen's rural retreat in eastern England prince William and Kate brought young Prince George and princess Charlotte to church would love prince Louis at home prince Harry and Meghan are in Canada with their son Archie and Megan's mother Wednesday's time one twenty for nearly half of voters think America's celebration of Christmas doesn't emphasize religion enough but a third telling pollsters for the hill we do the holiday just fine eighteen percent say they think there is too much religious emphasis in Christmas all hard braking holiday in Florida a grisly scene with children present police in Lakeland Florida say they're treating the deaths of three adults found in a home as a murder suicide police captain ed Kean said there were four children under the age of ten in the home those children have been safely removed from the residents in our our yeah in safe hands right now but neighbor Mary literally fears that anytime those children think about Christmas they'll think about the shooting I think it's gonna live in their minds forever I mean how can something like that happen and not at not stay with you police have not given any information about a motive that is Ryan Clark that a year and both from Russian president Vladimir Putin he says his country has taken a strong lead in designing new weapons speaking at a meeting with top military brass Putin says no longer does Russian need to play catch up to the U. S. he says only Russia has deployed hypersonic missiles ones that can travel at least five times the speed of sound the U. S. military's been working on hypersonic weapons in recent years defense secretary mark asper said in August that he believes it's probably a matter of a couple of years before the U. S. has one US officials have talked about putting a layer of sensors in space to more quickly detect enemy missiles struck C. region talkin military attack forty four degrees partly sunny in New York going up another notch to forty five in mid town this afternoon which deuce time one twenty five AM Russell Wilson each year millions of domestic violence victims stay in abusive situations because they fear for the safety of their pets today less than ten percent of domestic.
New York Archdiocese lists 120 former clergy accused of abuse
"Now. There is definitely penance in order here. A lot of reaction to a list of one hundred and twenty clergy with confirmed accusations of sexually abusing children in New York cardinal Timothy Dolan release the list along with the letter saying he realizes the shame abuses. Brought the church wanted to provide names after hearing for many victims providers. Most of the priests named have died and most of the alleged abuse took place in the seventies. And eighties. Robert hosts in is a former priest of the archdiocese of Newark, he's the head of the nonprofit road to recovery. Good first step by cardinal Dolan. He finally has reached the conclusion that secrecy kills it. Not only kills the church. The the inside of the church and parishioners and the life of the church. It also damages and revictimizes in retrievers victim victims of sexual abuse. Hosts and says, there are more names that could be made public and argues. There's a lot more that
"timothy dolan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Much. Johnson Lanka is detaining two dozen suspects as the death toll rose to two hundred ninety in coordinated blasts on Easter Sunday at churches and luxury hotels. According to Associated Press. The government analyst says the exact same carried out by seven suicide bombers New York archbishop cardinal Timothy Dolan spoke about the deadly attack. It just doesn't seem to end the persecution of believers throughout the world and Christians Christians, especially now, so Lankan officials say a local Jihadist group is behind the Easter Sunday. Blass house speaker Nancy Pelosi, we'll hold a conference call with House Democrats today and the mullahs report and impeachment are sure to be on the agenda. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story the heads of the intelligence and judiciary committee's both say today that. Impeachment is a possibility following a review of the release of the mullahs report congressman Jerry Nadler on NBC, if proven some of this would be impeachable. But congressman Adam Schiff on ABC says even if an impeachment process was successful. The Senate wouldn't remove the president from office. I think it's a very difficult decision. And we're going to have a caucus about this over the next couple of weeks to try to figure out what the best course is. He says an impeachment fight might even strengthen Mr. Trump's reelection bid in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak. Meanwhile, President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani was asked about the US presidential candidate taking information from Russian sources Giuliani spoke on CNN state of the union. It doesn't wrong taking if nation from Russians. There's nothing wrong with taking came from the former New York mayor says Trump's opponents have falsely accused the president of crimes tantamount to treason. Ukrainian comedian Valona bear Zilenski won a landslide victory in Sunday's presidential runoff and come into Petra. Oh, poor shaneco conceded defeat. At the Senate nation, independent of indication of the election. They believe in you. Keeping in president. You would quickly to ten to the Russia or borough shaneco says he will accept the will of the Ukrainian people global news twenty four hours a day on air tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. John Michael,.
"timothy dolan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Timothy Dolan says he hopes the solidarity from Saint Patrick's cathedral brings some consolation to the French people. We would all said that there was a fire in our whole because that's what it cathedral really is. It's a spiritual hall where people go in moments of tears and in moments of smiles New York governor Andrew Cuomo has directed. The Empire State building to be eliminated with the colors of the French flag and the insularity with the country of France and Catholics around the world. President of France macwell has vowed to rebuild the cathedral of Notre Dom in five years, mayor de Blasio is defending the decision to shut down a Brooklyn preschool that failed to provide immunization records for its. Students. The Williamsburg school is run by United ludicrous academy and has two hundred fifty students at least two children who attended had measles. The shutdown is part of a push to compel people in the neighborhood to get vaccinated, and the mayor stuck by during an interview on New York one this is serious stuff. So the good news. I think the vast majority people taking it seriously. And look, it's it's admonishment and its information. But it's also it's so that's carrot. Also, stick neighborhood residents who declined to get vaccinated and institutions that fail to comply can be fined and officials have confirmed three hundred twenty nine cases of measles since October. That's forty four more than last week to people are currently intensive care and over the course of the outbreak. Twenty five have been hospitalized. The NYPD has doubled the number of ferry vision summonses at handed out so far this year, but has not released. The demographic information about who officers are stop. Ping. Jake often hearts has been reporting on the story for Gotha and says that the most recent breakdown was from two thousand eighteen so far when that data has been shared. It's shown that like ninety percent of people arrested for fair vision are people of color so far this year. Police say more than twenty one thousand people have received summonses for fair beating those carry a one hundred dollar fine, but do not require criminal court appearance. The initiative for crackdown came from New York City transit president Andy Byford. Tonight, low of forty six degrees. Currently sixty one degrees in central park..
A terrible fire destroys much of the cathedral of Notre Dame
"Just days before Easter the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris significant damage from a fire possibly sparked by renovations. In New York cardinal Timothy Dolan to see that reduced to ashes mile ni-. I remember our song from the ashes we rise up. We had asked Wednesday. We want to rise up with Jesus in eastern. And I believe that there'll be some rising from this time the spire is lost. But the main structure of the cathedral has been saved and the two main towers have been saved as well. The French president has promised to rebuild the landmark fedral and says he is seeking international help
"timothy dolan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Richland. We had a chance to talk to a cardinal Timothy Dolan. He was holding a wooden. Stick known as his chalet. The this was beautifully. Carved any told us the story about that. Tell me about this. Rich. This reminds me when I saw they had this. They hit this handmade for me that I treasure and you see how it kind of comes up into almost like a bishop's Crozier treasured. I use my walk in the city. This today reminds me that happy time when I was grand marshal. Nice. Thank you. So what what about the two hundred fifty eight parade. Do the theme is immigration. And I'm glad it is started. So what see the Irish have great memories? Yeah. As you know, they never forget things. And we never forget that we have along with the Jewish community. We had the greatest in the world because we all had to flee persecution and diversity. And we were grateful for a company that simply a country that simply let us in America did now adversity, and there was some bigotry when we got here, but gradually we overcame that became part of the great American fabric, which was a dream that animated them coming in the first place. So that we would be especially solicitous insensitive to the emigrant today. Boy, it makes sense cardinal Dolan. They're speaking with our rich lamb, the first Saint Patrick's Day parade here in the city was held in the mid eighteen hundreds the festivities usually take about six hours. He said he would do it. Dan. Dick, President Trump veto to bipartisan Bill to overturn national emergency declaration and effort the freeze up cash to build the border wall. Allowing him to circumvent congress for that money CBS's, Nicole Killian at the White House says there's a plan though to try and override that veto house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi has made clear that her chamber will vote to override the president's veto later this month that will require a two-thirds majority in both the house and Senate which for now seems unlikely the declaration clears more than six billion dollars for President Trump's long promised border wall. The Trump administration in no rush to fund the gateway project to government reports that were made public just yes big designate, the construction of those two new rail tunnels under the Hudson is medium to low priority. This after President Trump's twenty twenty budget proposal which included zero funding for the tunnel and not a dollar to build a new portal bridge over the Hackensack river study last month by the regional plan association estimates the. The us economy. We'll take a hit of sixteen billion dollars over four years if the Amtrak tunnels were to be shut down. It's six thirty six will always be on the radio eight eighty AM. But now the only place to stream WCBS on your smartphone is the radio dot com app. Download it today. Listen anytime, anywhere. There are lots of choices for an all wheel drive.
"timothy dolan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"And transit now. Karen stewart? Well, right now, we're looking mob jam cams. We are in queens, and the westbound L I E is packed the delays going to start to one hundred sixty four th street. It continues out a little bit past Woodhaven boulevard right around exit nineteen where we have an accident. Traffic is bumper to bumper there and then bumper to bumper MAURICE avenue into the Brooklyn queens expressway, which is also slammed in the westbound direction from green point avenue down to because bridge. The eastbound side of the Kiwi is pretty slammed up to from off the verrazano bridge. The delays continue all the way up into Atlantic avenue. Very heavy with more heavy delays continuing along flushing avenue getting up into Broadway and metropolitan. Avenue. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels. The Lower East are not too bad. The williamsburg's got a lot of traffic on the city side, primarily in the fifty ninth street bridge is heavy and we're still packed down. The southbound Harlem river FDR combination hundred forty fifth street now delays gonna continue all the way down into sixty eighth nor there's an accident still sitting there. Mass transit, we've got delays Manhattan bound ease Brooklyn-bound Fs Newark. World Trade Center line of path. And we've got thirty minute delays possible on New Haven line metro north because of power issues stemming from early this morning, I'm Karen Stewart next report seven fifty one on ten ten wins wins news time, seven forty to the east end of Long Island was a sea of blue as hundreds of officers attended the wake for NYPD detective Brian Simonson in Hampton bays last night. This has the memorial to the fallen officer continues to grow at his precinct house in queens, congressman Peter King and cardinal Timothy Dolan among those who attended the wake last night out in Hampton bays Montauk.
"timothy dolan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"It's one ten cardinal. Timothy Dolan has issued another rebuttal of New York state's recently, passed reproductive health at WCBS reporter back Rosenberg with the update cardinal. Timothy Dolan is well aware that abortion dominates daily political conversation. He reacts. Today to the recent passage of New York state's reproductive health act signed by governor Cuomo last month, which gives pregnant women the right to an abortion in the first twenty four weeks of pregnancy. Or when the fetus isn't viable late term abortions are possible to if the woman's life or health is at risk but Dolan wants pregnant women who are considering abortion to consider other options. He says the archdiocese of New York is here to help any pregnant woman can come to this archdiocese in New York to its parishes and facilities, and we will do all in our power to assist you to welcome you. So that you never have to feel that you have no alternative except an abortion. And he acknowledged the hurt frustration and anger felt at the new law. But said that's not the way to respond Nak, Rosenberg WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty a delay in the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial proceedings in the city will now begin June third instead of may six at his after he recently shook up his defense team and hired four. New lawyers the fallen film mogul is charged with raping a woman in two thousand thirteen in performing a forcible sex act on a different woman in two thousand six Weinstein continues to deny the allegations saying they weren't consensual WCBS news time one eleven we've got our W twos from work, and it was kind of shocking. It was like how can we make this much and still have debt? Right. Not to mention zero savings. Anyway, it's a new year. So we decided to get our financial house in order. So we met with a financial advisor who dug into our expenses. And he found two things that were killing us..
"timothy dolan" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"This Valentine's Day is going to love you for this berries dot com. And you won't be appointed. Right. When we come back. So I will say this Timothy Dolan had some strong words to governor Cuomo about this Bill, but why is this democratic radical party? Why? Now, an obsession. It's not about abortion. It's not about the first trimester does about infanticide. And we're going to replay for you what you heard and replay the governor. And you ask yourself a question. This a we not better than this. You can disagree on when life begins. This is infanticide. This is a living being the most innocent thing among us on this earth. That deserves protection. Date a man is behind bars following a swat situation in east. Oh, Paso happened on Dempsey street near Burgess high school. Investigators say it started off as a family violence. Call the man barricaded himself inside the home, he eventually surrendered to police and was taken into custody, a schoolteacher is out of jail. This morning Joanna at Alano posted bail after being arrested for what investigators believe was a sexual relationship with a student. The affidavit says deputies were told that out to Lana was recorded on Facebook messenger. Video chat exposing herself to the student. Sheriff's deputies were called out to fabens school district headquarters two weeks ago because someone new of the incident records also showed the teacher tried to kiss the student and touch him inappropriately on campus. In November the district says it's been working with law enforcement through the investigation. Starting today. The wrestler off I ten ramp in west El Paso will be closed for the next three months. Text out crews are working on a new exit for the area the closest exits will now be Sunland park or Mesa with your CBS. Four news update, I'm Melissa.
"timothy dolan" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Right. When we come back. So I will say this. Timothy Dolan had some strong words to governor Cuomo. About this Bill, but why is this democratic radical party? Why? Now, an obsession. It's not about abortion. It's not about the first trimester does about infanticide. And we're going to replay for you what you heard and replay the governor. And you ask yourself a question. This a we not better than this. You can disagree on when life begins this infanticide. This is a living being the most innocent thing among us on this earth. That deserves protection. This is news ninety six point five. Orlando turns first for breaking news weather, traffic, twenty four hours a day. It starts now. Three thirty at news ninety six point five WDBO happy Wednesday, our top story. They sat Fowler the house voting to reverse a decision by President Trump, which would have denied a pay raise the federal workers this year. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington with the shutdown now over the house moved today to reverse President Trump's decision to block is scheduled pay raise for civilian federal workers, congress can override and congress should override this executive order. The two point six percent pay hike is equal to the pay raise for members of the military. The Bill goes next to the US Senate. Jamie's got more on his blog for Jamie, debris button on the news ninety six point five WDBO app..
Google walkout: Employees protest over sexual harassment scandals
"Communist party warned of what it called profound changes in the external environment, not to the tariffs imposed by the United States, one key omission from the meeting was an announcement about the dates for a plan of key autumn meeting. Analysts suggest the delay of the meeting which is expected to focus on economic policies could suggest lack of consensus among China's leadership over how to handle the cooling economy NPR's. Rob Schmitz reporting. Stocks are trading higher this hour on Wall Street, the Dow was up two hundred twenty points, the NASDAQ up ninety seven. This is NPR news in Washington. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Rebecca era. The city of Newark is facing questions about the quality of its drinking water after state tests found elevated levels of lead mayor raspberry says part of the problem is with privately owned service lines that carry water to people's homes, but star ledger reporter Karen Ye says another factor recently came to light this month, the city acknowledged that. There's also a problem with how they're treating the water. And when you have highly corrosive water that excess debates the problem, right? It's sort of eating away more than it would before the city is handing out water filters to residents and changing the way it treats water today is the first day of open enrollment consumers can sign up for or change their health insurance plans, including coverage under the Affordable Care Act in New York more than four million people get their insurance including Medicaid through the state run exchange political reporter, Dan Goldberg says insurance. Premiums in the state have gone up nine percent since last year. But most customers received subsidies, that's given New York officials confidence that the market will remain stable. It was stable last year. In fact, it had one of its best seasons in twenty eighteen despite some of the turmoil coming out of DC, and they're looking for much the same in two thousand nine hundred New Yorkers can sign up for health insurance at NY state of health dot org, and a Catholic Bishop in the New York archdiocese has stepped down from public ministry after being accused of sexual abuse cardinal. Timothy Dolan says a decades-long allegation lodged against auxiliary Bishop John genetic of Our Lady of refuge in the Bronx was quote credible and sustained genyk has denied the allegations. This is WNYC support for NPR comes from Newman's Own foundation working to nourish the common good by donating all profits from Newman's Own food products to charitable organizations that seek to make the world a better place. More information is available at new. Newman's Own foundation dot org. This is all Alison Stewart, and you have been listening to attract called walk and funny of Christian mcbride's, John six time, Grammy winning jazz
Cardinal hires judge to review church sex abuse policies
"Three cardinal. Timothy Dolan put his foot down. Today says it's time for this. And and against to stop when it comes to the sex abuse scandal that has rocked the Catholic church as of ten days ago Dolan appointed an ex federal judge to put the entire New York. Roman Catholic archdiocese under a microscope. That's worth sweeping look at policy and protocols for handling allegations of sex abuse. Danton went reporter Juliet Papa with our stories tonight cardinal Dolan, wasn't mincing words describing the church sex abuse scandal and ramifications, many of our people and our priests are calling it the summer of hell for a Catholic family. He's asking for a top to bottom review of the archdiocese procedures and protocols in reporting and handling cases. And he's hired retired. Judge Barbara Jones to conduct that review. She's already ten days into
"timothy dolan" Discussed on WJR 760
"Eight while we broadcast live from the marathon Petroleum Corporation world headquarters in Findlay, and it's nice to see a lot of the family members from marathon as they're coming into work getting their morning coffee here at the hub at the cafeteria. Nice to have them here face to face with us. So we can put smiling faces on with those years that we hope are listening in Findlay all the time. How's this for an exchange that took place on CNN yesterday? You know, the scandals in the Catholic church or bad. When leading American cardinal says his own mother is a shame to show her faith in public. That was what cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York told CNN's Christiane Amanpour yesterday. Quote, you don't think that did me in said Dolan often one of the more cheery American churchmen when my mom says and she's in assisted living. When my mom says, I'm not going out for lunch. I'm kind of embarrassed to be Catholic. Boy, when your own mom is saying that Dolan said trailing off. It's a problem. It continues to be a problem. I will say in Detroit they faced this issue of sexual abuse and wrongdoing by folks in the church, they faced it some time ago. And it worked very hard to clean up that mess and a big part of that was the work of the former appeals court judge Michael Talbot that on the day of his retirement. From the court was in my studio, and we spent a delightful a bit of time with you your honor. And I'm I'm happy to see that as a good, strong Catholic. You've been trying to help the church for some time in this area. Good morning. Good morning, Paul. How are you today? I am excellent house retirement doing oh, heck didn't last very long. I've pretty active these days your hard at work. You're you're trying to help and yesterday. Pope Francis was to have a meeting with key bishops from the US about the scandal. I haven't heard anything coming out of that meeting yet. What can you tell us? Not a thing Paul. I'm like you. I'm waiting to see how it all plays out. Cheetah was a tough that little that lead from cardinal Dolan that just. Yeah. I hadn't heard it until this morning that imagine a cardinals mother saying she's a baris- to be a Catholic in a hard. It is for the rest of us. That were my case born and raised a Catholic. Yeah. Just cut. So deeply. You think that these these bishops were going to be asking the pope for a quote robust investigation into how Vatican officials permitted one of America's top bishops? The former cardinal Theodore McCarrick to climb the hierarchy despite apparently knowing of allegations of sexual misconduct. Yeah. That's that's that's critical. So they learn their if they're structures work, but the other part of it, they brought nice 'cause I understand it to pope was suggestions of how they need to be reviewed themselves in the United States and maybe elsewhere. Well, sadly, and you may not wanna hear this. And I don't know how you feel about it. But frankly, your honor it would be impossible for all of this to have taken place over the number of years. It's taken place without huge numbers of people within the church hierarchy not knowing about it. They had to know about it. That's the nobody's going to be able to argue that away from me. I don't think that most some of this historical. But I don't know that there was a somewhat was cover up. No question. But but the other part of it was that we've we've evolved in terms of how we go about dealing with this. There was a time. When people brought to their cures were available. But we never we weren't sensitive to the rights of the victim. And and that's the big change here. And thanks thank God, we percents. Oh to we've been we've been focused on being victim focused rather than pre focused. Well, listen, there's there's a complete difference between being gay as as we know. There have been many gay priests. There was the pink palace that was one of the places where they were educated. It was called the Bank balance for a reason back in the day. But there's a huge difference between being gay and pedophilia. Pedophilia. That is the problem. And that we need to face at on that we've had in the church. In two thousand and two the charter came into play. And became particular law in the United States that the bishops got past. And then they went to John Jay, which is. Secular institution. John J college law enforcement in in New York and had them do a study, and John Jay came back and said, yes, you've got gay men and the priesthood, but there is no correlation between simply being gay, and then the acting out as it relates to young people whether they be children or even teenagers. There's no there's right. There's a it's a complete difference. Just because someone is gay in no way, shape or form means they're a pedophile. But it is the pedophile that you have to get rid of. And you have to get rid of anybody who helped the pedophile along the way because it's just wrong, and it's against the law. And it's I don't know what you want me to come up with. But until there's that kind of cleansing the Catholic church is in trouble. Well, I can only my competences is only in terms of the archdiocese betrayed. And I think we've been vigorous about it. I know that the six prosecutors for the six counties of the archdiocese. And we have had a clear agreement and understanding with each other since two thousand and two that I think has been very successful. We turn over any complaint that comes in immediately to the prosecutor, and we don't pre screen. We don't prejudge it. We don't look to its merits even if it's a claim against the deceased priest. We wanted to build up that credibility and return it over. Well, you've done I have to say it. I I started our conversation. I'll end our conversation with the fact that the archdiocese of Detroit has done seemingly a magnificent job for years now trying to get to the bottom of this and trying to fix this problem. So I know you've been a part of that former appeals court judge, Michael Talbot. I thank you for that. And I look forward to our next conversation on a happier. Topic look forward to being with your Paul. Thank you for doing this. Thank you. Former appeals court judge Michael Talbot. Coming up one of the. Superstar players of what we've been talking about the inaugural miracle league.
"timothy dolan" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seven ten. W O R incumbents keep getting voted out of office during the primary elections ten term Massachusetts democratic congressman Mike Kip wanna is the latest to be eliminated Capuano was defeated by progressive candidate a Yana Presley in the primary election yesterday, and she will face no Republican opponent in the November election. So she is in New York City. Cops are on the hunt for a man who tried to rape a young mother after pushing her baby stroller to the ground in the Bronx. It was around eight AM Tuesday morning on an overpass above the New England throughway near Steinweg wick avenue in the east Chester section when a man approached the twenty year old woman knocked the stroller over and began groping the victim trying to take off her clothes. Robert Carter was nearby. This building laws I'm all the way into bat, and you can hear the screaming he found mom, and baby unhurt, but clearly shaken up very emotional. She was crying because the guy knocked a baby over NYPD surveillance images of the suspect show a man of thin billed and darker complexion with long black curly hair James flippin for seven ten. W O R and the news is brought to you by Online Trading Academy. Attend a free investing class this week. Register online at OTA class dot com. Back up to eighty five degrees now and the forecast is next. Catholics are fed up between archbishop McCarrick scandals the shocking details of the Pennsylvania grand jury report. And what we now know of cardinal world's cover-ups. We must ask. What does cardinal Timothy Dolan? No. It's time to end the silence. This is Michael hitch point of the Lepanto institute with an important message for Catholics rampant. Sexual immorality has plagued the archdiocese of New York for decades. Why is cardinal Dolan fighting against measures that would help victims of sex abuse? Stop hiding the truth cardinal Dolan needs to release all documents on predatory priests. The silence ends now call the archdiocese now two one two three seven one one thousand two one two three seven one one thousand paid for by the Fulton sheen initiative of the Lepanto institute because the laity has had enough. Call now, two one two three seven one one thousand two one two three seven one.
U.S.-Israeli teen convicted in Israel for bomb threats during Trump's rise
"The humidity ninety six percent windsor southwest at twelve miles an hour seventythree going up to eighty four and we're still looking at some rain news time ten forty eight and other major demonstration against the president's immigration policy is planned for today and the rio grande valley along the texas mexico border a federal judge has ordered the trump administration to reunite families within thirty days fourteen days if the child is under the age of five but fernando garcia who heads the border network for human rights says that may not be realistic from say that he's gonna take like a month or month and a half more time than that thousands of children of parents here in new york cardinal timothy dolan tours a catholic charities immigration center in lower manhattan and meets with migrant children who have been sent there in addition the cardinal will also meet with catholic charities attorneys who have been working to reunite children with their parents wins news time ten forty nine and israeli court has convicted a jewish man of making a string of bomb threats against dozens of jewish community centers here in the united states court did not name the man because he was a teen when he committed the crimes but he's been identified as a hacker who holds dual israeli and american citizenship he lives in southern israel and was arrested following a transatlantic investigation in conjunction with the fbi and other international law enforcement agencies his defense attorneys had argued that he's mentally ill and was unfit to stand trial the sheriff's sergeant who is apparently poisoned by a piece of paper has been released from a houston hospital it was a bizarre and frightening chemical attack using potentially deadly opioid extreme danger posed by exposure to fennel harass newcomer on the drug scene is well documented says physician h michael auburn school amount is absorbed through the skin and can result in an opioid overdose that's what happened when a sheriff's sergeant found a flyer on her windshield read it and within minutes started feeling sick the paper had been laced with fentanyl all the organization mentioned in the flyer has denied any involvement telling houston's abc affiliate that anyone could have printed off the flyer from its website so intentional and left it on the.
"timothy dolan" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The listeners of k q e d fm san francisco and k q e fm north highlands sacramento it's five twenty one from npr news this is all things considered i'm audie cornish and mary louise kelley one of the most highprofile archbishops in the catholic church has been removed from public ministry cardinal theodore mccarrick archbishop emeritus of washington is accused of sexually abusing teenager almost fifty years ago while he was a priest in new york the allegations were found to be credible and substantiated mccarrick who is eighty seven says he is innocent and that he doesn't remember abusing anyone from our on this i'm joined by father thomas reese of religion news service and further restart here just by telling us a little bit more about these allegations against cardinal charac well these allegations were made by someone who came forward to the archdiocese of a arc and these are something that occurred almost fifty years ago and it's the only case of sexual abuse of a minor that was alleged against cardinal mccarrick and what exactly is alleged well this we don't know there's no details on it the victim is not come forward no statute of limitations on this there would be statute of limitations in terms of criminal prosecution in the state of new york but with regards to the catholic church our concern is primarily the protection of minors and if someone is found guilty of having abused a minor that person can never hacked has say a priest again what do we know about the consequences will this removal from public ministry be permanent we're not sure of that yet this is an extraordinary case because normally when a cardinal is accused of something the pope acts as the judge only the pope can judge a cardinal but what the pope did in this case was to delegate to cardinal timothy dolan of new york the responsibility for investigating this case so he investigated he reported it to the police and then he submitted information to a art review board and this group found that the accusations were credible and the result was that the pope told cardinal mccarrick he could no longer act as a priest so now we have to wait and see if anything further will happen and i suppose we note again that he's eighty seven years old so would have been at the end of a long career i wanna know what an irony here which is the kernel mccarrick was actually one of the people who helped create the child protection policy that the us conference of catholic bishops wrote in in two thousand and two when all those abuse cases came to light in boston yes he was among those who were involved in drawing up the procedures that we now have in place and now he's been subjected to those procedures what this shows is that no one in the catholic church is above the law no one can abuse child and expect to have the church cover it up who are the allowed to continue as a priest when you see someone like cardinal mccarrick who was so highly respected and so important a player in the catholic church being told that he can no longer act as priest this is a message that no one is above the law when you say how highly respected he was give me some sense if the significance of someone at his level being removed from public ministry well the simple fact that he was not only an archbishop but also a cardinal shows the i mean you can't get much higher than that in the catholic church not only that he was used by the vatican on all sorts of diplomatic missions and he was highly respected not only within the church but also by government officials around the world including in the united states father thomas reese of religion news service thank you very much for.
UN: Record 68.5 million people displaced worldwide
"News time eleven nineteen seventy eight degrees fair skies here in boston a couple of clouds out there for the rest of the afternoon highs near eighty except for the cape and islands for we'll see highs in the mid seventies check traffic and weather together coming up in about three minutes here on wbz but first developing news homeland security secretary kirstin nielsen now drafting an order to end family separations at the border it's not the president will sign it more on that coming up in a moment meantime federal officials say immigrants accused of entering the us illegally can find where their children are through an email address and hotlines but advocates say it's just not that simple to reunite more than two thousand families separated by us officials at the border since may on wall street the dow jones down fifty five points nasdaq up fifty one and the s and p five hundred is up five back to our developing story we're following this out of washington and the ongoing battle over family separations at the border associated press now reporting homeland security secretary kirstin nielsen is drafting an order to end the practice of removing children from their parents but it's not clear whether the president will sign it nielsen has been the target of outrage by protesters of this policy last night they disrupted her dinner at a mexican restaurant yelling shame and no borders no walls of course as this story continues to develop we'll keep an eye on that for you here right on wbz wbz news time eleven twenty in other news the un says about seventy million people are currently displaced on this world refugee day about fifteen thousand refugees have been admitted to the united states so far this year but a cbs kylie outward reports that leaves the country poised to fall short of reaching its annual refugee cap by the end of the year there were sixty eight point five million displaced individuals across the world in 2017 that means that forty four thousand people were displaced every day and the us has gone through a series of different kind of levels of leading in refuge right now they're at one of their lowest in history for the fourth year running turkey was again the country with the largest number of refugees taken in mostly syrians three and a half million by the end of two thousand seventeen the us though the most new individual applications for asylum last year about three hundred thirty thousand german chancellor angela merkel rejecting president trump's tweets that migrants were behind a ten percent surge in crime in her country she says the crime stats are outdated and the president's using them to try to justify zero tolerance policies cbs's global affairs contributor ian bremmer says president trump's relationship with markle and other world leaders is tenuous i've spoken with most of the delegations now that attended the g seven summit they've all responded that the relationship was very far from the ten described by president trump they think it's deeply broken they feel that their personal relationship with trump is deeply problematic bremmer is called the president's performance at the g seven the quote geopolitical equivalent of the firing of fbi director james comey and the cardinal who wants spoke on pre sex abuse has now been removed from ministry in the catholic church former washington archbishop theodore mckarrick has been accused of sexually abusing a teen happened about fifty years ago while he was a priest in new york back in two thousand and two he spoke at the vatican about removing abusive priests from power there's probably the beginning of a real consensus that from here on in there is no place in the priesthood for someone who would do such a thing pointing to the washington post cardinal timothy dolan of new york investigated these allegations against mccarrick and found them to be credible seattle's about to become the first city in the country to ban straws that are that are plastic in restaurants with plastic utensils snooze city ordinance goes into effect on july first supporters of that band say half a billion plastic straws go into the world's oceans every year and caused significant environmental damage a critical.
Official, Jalalabad and Nangahar discussed on WCBS
"The wheel was having trouble making enough from his cab driving to make his lease payments on his vehicle president trump changed his position on immigration legislation yesterday saying he would not sign a socalled moderate republican package and then letting the white house walked back that stance the comment caused confusion among republicans on the hill it also jeopardize plans for votes on both the moderate and more conservative bill next week cbs news correspondent nancy cortes has more now say he actually would support that package being put together by republican leaders would sign it if it passes but that package is unlikely to get any support from democrats they believe it makes too many changes to legal immigration trump also weighed in by tweet writing than any bill must have provisions financing his proposed wall with mexico cardinal timothy dolan has blasted the trump administration calling it unamerican and unbidden nickel for its policy of separating immigrant children from their parents attorney general jeff sessions and white house press secretary alkebsi sanders had both tried to a reference scripture to claim the administration was the moral or has the moral authority to forcibly take children away from parents if they crossed the southern border illegally dolan told cnn the white house got the scripture reading wrong he says quote saint paul always says we should obey the law of the government if that law is in conformity with the lord's law no pun intended but god's law trump's man's law unquote an afghan official says a suicide bomber blew himself up in the middle of a gathering of mostly taliban who were celebrating a three day ceasefire had happened outside the nangahar provincial capital of jalalabad eleven people were killed another twelve wounded no one has yet claimed responsibility the islamic state affiliate which did not sign onto the.
"timothy dolan" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"If you're gonna pope going to go down the roads that he's going down i would imagine within the within the infrastructure of the church the bishops the archdiocese and the like that are being empowered are people that are following in his footsteps and his philosophy you know i i doubt a pope goes out there and says imagine no possessions it's easy if you try and then turns around and says hey go find that guy that that wants us to return to the latin mass and thought pope benedict when a little soft and let's make him you know bishop of of the you know the timothy dolan is now my next in line i doubt that happens that's just not no human nature works so the people that are being empowered behind him are likely people that are just like him or their worst variations so i'm going to buy because this has been the arc of this has been the arc of history and it's played out as well in the is played out this way within the church as well is you're not empowering people beneath you that will that will ascend to power after you're gone you don't you don't empower people to don't share your priorities and principles that's just well let me rephrase that we do we do the orthodox the the conservatives we do that we believe in the big tent crap do people were sharing the tent with never believe that.
Pope Francis calls for peace around the world in Easter Sunday message
"To a notice from gemini advisory a cybersecurity firm the company says they've identified the problem and are taking steps to contain it police are looking for a killer in brooklyn forty one year old man was stabbed during a fight outside karaoke club in the sunset park section early this morning but he managed to hail a cab to the hospital where he later died at least we linda brooklyn was stabbed in the chest multiple times about four am near eighth avenue there have been no arrests an investigation is underway christian celebrated easter sunday today that's what it sounded like at saint patrick's cathedral in cardinal timothy dolan delivered his easter message meant to remind his flock what easter is all about easter is life over death good over evil globe over hatred pope francis mark christianity's most joyful day by calling for peace in a world marked by war and conflict he spoke to a large crowd gathered in saint peter's square and correspondent megan williams was there really blown up squad after wishing the crowds bona pasqua's happy easter the pope urged for the world to do more to bring peace in syria the middle east yemen and parts of africa endemic conflicts and terrorism the also hopes more will be done to help those lacking education and healthcare as well as for elderly people who are cast off by what francis called a selfish culture that ostracizes those who are not productive easter is also a day for family fun hundreds of new yorkers dressed up in their festive binary to show off their best easter bonnets and the annual easter parade one changed since judy garland sang that song the bonnet said become more outrageous karen and her friends are all wearing desserts on their heads mid mostly of fake hair and it's got some sparkly sprinkles and a unicorn on top why do it all well this woman does by the name of purely patricia it's about giving and mingling and being with people and having an opportunity to express our creative expression hey avenue roger stern ten ten wins along fifth avenue checking me official ten ten wins accuweather four day forecast a winter weather advisory will.
NYPD Officer Helps Deliver Easter Baby In Upper Manhattan « CBS New York
"Street for the annual easter bonnet parade on fifth avenue and cardinal timothy dolan celebrated mass at saint patrick's cathedral in new york city the president is spending the holiday in florida he's also threatening to knicks two major policies president trump with first lady melania on their way to church for easter sunday signaling he's ready to close the door on dreamers a lot of people that come and get because they want to take advantage of dot com we're going to have to really see that a great chance the democrats fluid those comments rehashing an early morning twitter rant about what he called caravans of migrants pouring through the mexican border tweeting republicans must go to nuclear option to pass tough laws now no more daca deal courts at blocked the administration from ending the program tara palmeri abc news west palm beach former new jersey governor chris christie who was initially in charge of president trump's transition team now says the process of vetting people for the cabinet was flawed this was a brutally unprofessional transition this was a transition they didn't vet people for these type of judgment issues which i think could have been seen very easily in a lot of these people christy speaking on abc's this week has statements come after reports epa administrator scott pruitt was living in a condo cohen by the wife of top lobbyist for energy firms to new york city police officers rushed to the upper east side of enhancing to help deliver a baby who couldn't wait to be born police say the officers responded to a parts car at east ninety second street and first avenue at around eight this morning where they found the mom about to give birth the officers then helped deliver the baby girl with the dad right by their side police say mom and baby are doing well w o r news.
"timothy dolan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's the bbc newshour on wnyc good morning and merry christmas i'm richard hake north korea is calling the latest un sanctions against the country an act of war that violated sovereignty on friday the un security council unanimously approved the tough new sanctions in response to north korea's latest launch of a ballistic missile that pyonyang says can reach anywhere on the us mainland north korea says it's a pipe dream for the united states to think it will give up its nuclear weapons what amal as president says he's following the united states as lead and his moving his country's embassy in jerusalem in israel to jerusalem guatemala made the announcement today after it and nine other countries voted with the us and israel when the un general assembly overwhelmingly adopted a nonbinding resolution denouncing president trump's rag mission of jerusalem as israel's capital a familiar voice we missing from the traditional christmas day mass at saint patrick's cathedral this morning the archdiocese says colonel timothy dolan is sick with the flu and will not be celebrating mass set for ten o'clock golan also miss midnight mass on christmas eve last night because he wasn't feeling well in archdiocese spokesperson said dolan is feeling better this morning but is not ready for public appearances and the sanitation department is urging new yorkers to take a moment to think about recycling while they're having fun unwrapping gifts sanitation commissioner catherine garcia says corrugated cardboard isn't the only thing that can go in the recycling been if you pick thing dan don't include found mcic they'd have the play in each one of our receptacle particularly appear in an organic direct where we collect all of your food wave right it can really drive down the amount of regular waste that you actually need to throw away there's no trash or recycling pick up today but the department says people who normally do a monday pickup can start putting bags out after 4 o'clock this afternoon this is wnyc ladies and gentlemen it's time once again fora you'll look back at the people and events that have made the knees please put your hands together feel quizmaster for 2017 james comoros on there thank you so much on truly flouted i welcome to the eight yes it is.
"timothy dolan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Thousands of christian faith bowlers celebrating christmas mass in saint peter's square in vatican city pope francis used his christmas message to call for peace in jerusalem orgy mongol show funeral ring france's also urged for a twostate solution to end the israeli palestinian conflict tensions are high in the region after president trump declared jerusalem as israel's capital the islamic state is claiming responsibility for a suicide bombing that killed six people outside the afghan intelligence agency in kabul and pr sda had deed reports the attack comes just a week after the militant group stormed another security compound in kabul where recruits are trained isis emerged in of ghana's don two years ago the group is heavily targetted by us airstrikes and by afghan forces the attacks in kabul seemed to be way to show that they're still powerful a federal judge has issued a nationwide injunction blocking the trump administration's restrictions on the process of reuniting refugee families the order also partially lifts a ban on refugees from eleven muslimmajority countries in the last three years refugees from those countries made up about forty percent of us admissions this is npr news in washington and this is wnyc and new york good morning i'm richard hake a new york fire department employees being held on one million dollars bail after police say he ran over a college student on long island after a minor accident the bail was ordered sunday when daniel capone low pleaded not guilty in the november nine that incident police say he fled the scene after striking 18yearold turned jeep parmar and levitt town his lawyer says he's way to see proof apollo was actually at the accident of hill your voice was missing from the traditional christmas eve mass at saint patrick's cathedral last night during the overnight hours cardinal timothy dolan.