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Tribes and Native advocates praise Joe Biden’s actions to reverse many of the Trump Administration’s environmental policies affecting tribal lands

Native America Calling

03:57 min | 16 hrs ago

Tribes and Native advocates praise Joe Biden’s actions to reverse many of the Trump Administration’s environmental policies affecting tribal lands

"This is national native news. Making camera in print tony gonzalez tribal advocates are praising president. Joe biden's quick action to reverse the last administration's environmental policies the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports on inauguration day biden took steps to rejoin the paris climate accord. His administration also placed a sixty day moratorium on new leasing and drilling permits on public lands. Biden has also fulfilled campaign promises that were important to tribes including revoking a permit for the keystone xl pipeline. I think there's a sense of indication. Recognition of treaty promises. Matthew campbell is an attorney with the native american rights fund who fought that project on behalf of tribes. In montana and south dakota campbell also represented tribes in the four corners region in their lawsuit opposing the previous administration shrinking of bears ears in grand staircase escalante national monuments. A move biden has pledged to reconsider important first step an important signal that tribal sovereignty will be recognized. The fossil fuel industry is likely to be among biden's biggest detractors. His climate change plan aims to achieve net zero emissions in the us by twenty fifty four national native news. I'm savannah mar reporting for. The story is part of a collaboration between national native news. In the mountain west news bureau native american tribes praised the biden administration this week. For issuing an executive order stopping the keystone excel pipeline but now they're urging additional action to halt other pipeline projects including the dakota access pipeline. The guardian reported the standing rock sioux tribe and the nonprofit earthjustice urged biden in a video to shutdown dapple biden has not made statements on that pipeline but last year when she was a senator vice president kamala harris signed in a mikus brief calling on a judge to shut it down while an environmental impact study was done. Dapple is already transporting half a billion barrels of crude oil daily last week. Seventy five female indigenous leaders sent biden a letter calling for a halt on fossil fuel projects. That threatened the environment. Culture and security of native american lands activist also want the administration to stop construction of line three which would transport canadian tar sands oil across indigenous lands in minnesota in montana this week the state legislature heard three bills that would continue. Efforts launched in two thousand nineteen to address missing and murdered indigenous people. The cut bank pioneer press reports. The bills faced no opposition. One reauthorize task force created in two thousand nineteen and a grant that went to a tribal college to create a database of every missing indigenous person in the state to other bills create a commission to examine cold cases and provide training for search teams and the kansas city star reports. The kansas house of representatives is also considering a bill that would allow the attorney general to coordinate training on murdered and missing indigenous people with tribes. The state bureau of investigation and other law enforcement organizations advocates. Called a good first step. In the philippines eight catholic bishops are calling for an independent investigation into the killings of nine indigenous leaders. The vatican news reports the military claims they were arresting members of the communist new people's army for alleged possession of firearms and explosives and that they resisted but eyewitnesses say. The men were unarmed and offered no resistance. The indigenous leaders were opposing the construction of a dam that would impact indigenous lands. Human rights groups say the government often labels people communists who are fighting for indigenous rights. Also in the philippines indigenous youths may lose a space where they had been sheltering from the military mugabe reports. A group of sixty eight indigenous students and teachers have taken refuge at the university of the philippines and his on city. The campuses of the university have been off limits to military and police under a longstanding packed but the national defense secretary declared an end to that. Pack earlier this month for national native news and making camera

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French doctor who made Down discovery closer to sainthood

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French doctor who made Down discovery closer to sainthood

"The French doctor who made a down syndrome discovery was closer to sainthood the French doctor who discovered the genetic basis of down syndrome but spent his career advocating against abortion as a result of prenatal diagnosis has taken his first major step to possible sainthood pope Francis approved the heroic virtues of doctor Jerome was June the doctor advocate lived from nineteen twenty six to nineteen ninety four and was a steam by Saint John Paul the second for his anti abortion stance the people recognition of lagoons virtues means that he is considered venerable by the Catholic Church the Vatican must now confirm a miracle attributed to his intercession for him to be beatified and the second one for him to be declared a Saint I Walter Ratliff

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Biden gets Pope's welcome, abortion warning from US bishops

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00:38 sec | 1 d ago

Biden gets Pope's welcome, abortion warning from US bishops

"President Biden received the pope's welcome but he gets a warning from U. S. bishops pope Francis congratulated president Joe Biden urging him to foster reconciliation as the Vatican welcomes a new administration more in line with the punches priorities on the environment and social justice issues the pope's message contrasted with a statement issued almost simultaneously by the U. S. conference of Catholic bishops they want a bite in support of abortion rights but advance moral evils and threaten human life the conference remains dominated by conservatives who have long declared abortion the preeminent voting issue for American Catholics Biden is the second Roman Catholic president I'm Walter Ratliff

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Pope Franics gets vaccine for homeless in Rome

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00:46 sec | 2 d ago

Pope Franics gets vaccine for homeless in Rome

"The Vatican has begun offering Kubic nineteen vaccines to homeless people and says it plans to expand the program in the coming days the group of twenty five people who live in residencies from by the pope's chief alms giver who received the shots in the Vatican's auditorium they've joined pope Francis embraces pope Benedict the sixteenth I'm although Vatican employees and their families who began receiving the vaccines last week Francis is cool the universal availability of the shots especially for the poor and most vulnerable he's also said it's ethically necessary to take the vaccine recently telling an interviewer because you're playing not only with your health but the health of others I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Pope Francis, predecessor Benedict, get a 1st shot of COVID vaccine

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Pope Francis, predecessor Benedict, get a 1st shot of COVID vaccine

"Against covert 19. Vatican says Pope Francis received the first shot of the visor quarter virus vaccine on Thursday. The 84 year old pope and the 93 old former pope Benedict receiving their jabs as part of a Vatican vaccination program that began on Wednesday. The pontiff, who turned 84 December, is considered high risk. He's missing part of one lung. Since the surgery in his twenties, Francis has been social distancing, limiting public appearances to avoid gatherings, but has appeared before crowds without a face mask. Pope said this past weekend. It's your moral duty to get the vaccine. Vatican says it has had at least 27 confirmed cases of coronavirus, including a cluster among the Swiss Guards last fall. C J. Poppa Fox News Great Actors Guild has moved its

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"vatican" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

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"vatican" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

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"vatican" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

08:03 min | Last week

"vatican" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"Advocates this day january tenth nineteen eighty four the united states and the vatican established full diplomatic relations for the first time in one hundred seventeen years. We'll get into some of the details but the us and the vatican ties from george washington the beginning of the country up until eighteen sixty seven and then congress passed a law banning funding for any formal diplomatic relations with the holy see and then from eighteen. Sixty seven all the way to nineteen eighty-four. There were some informal meetings and personal on voice but it wasn't until this day in nineteen eighty-four under president reagan that a formal ambassador was appointed to the vatican then headed up by pope. John paul the second so here to talk about that moment and our relations formal and informal with the vatican is always nicole hammer of columbia. Hello nicki hello jody. I am your local catholic correspondent. Okay great so we have this moment in one thousand nine hundred four but let's actually go back to eighteen sixty seven because That is the last time there were formal ties. What happens in eighteen. Sixty seven that the united states says. We don't want to form a relationship with the vatican anymore you know. There's not like a distinct thing that happens. It's just that there's this rising anti-catholic sentiment and this is one of the places that it expresses itself And so a lot of this is tied to the influx of immigrants from europe a lot of italian and german immigrants who are bringing catholicism with them and a real bigotry in the united states about and fear of catholicism. Something that is fundamentally anti-democratic and un-american yeah And is that centered in the northeast. A lot of New immigrants were coming or is there also a sort of i mean you think eighteen sixty seventy certainly think reconstruction is there a post civil war context to this as well. I mean it certainly happening all across the country because you know yes in the northeast where they're immigrants but also in the south which is heavily protestant area In the mid west where a lot of new immigrants are settling so this is not necessarily a localized phenomenon. it becomes pretty quickly Of an across the country phenomenon right. And certainly if you read about things like the rise of the ku klux klan and so forth as a deep anti catholic sentiment in there so you yes you were saying it's just sort of throughout the country. There's this real suspicion and theories and all these kind of insidious stories about catholicism as this as this threat. Yeah i mean. There's this real fear that catholics are fundamentally loyal to the pope over any political leader. And so they're taking orders from the pope that um with it comes to choosing between the united states in rome. They'll choose rome that they're trying to get funding for catholic schools they. Catholics are both trying to take over the united states but also fundamentally disloyal to the united states and that's the the rhetoric that you hear pretty much anywhere in the country in the late nineteenth century. I'm it becomes a slogan. An opposition to roman roman ism as anti-catholicism was not the time That's part of an anti-immigrant push but also part of a defense of the united states is a fundamentally protestant country and you know it's a reminder that think for certainly in the last generation or maybe two when you think of religious divides in this country you often think of christianity and other religions and you know obviously islam is a big part of sort of our political conversation around religion now this is a reminder that for so long it was protestants and catholics. Was the real big leaving within this country within christianity. Yeah absolutely i mean. Anti-semitism becomes pretty big in the united states particularly in the early twentieth century as they're more immigrants from places like eastern europe But certainly for the nineteenth century and you know well into the twentieth century the anti-catholicism of the us a defining feature of american politics. And you know when you think about what you were saying. These these rumors about catholics be more loyal to the pope. I mean certainly in modern political time at the j. f. k. election that seems to be the big flash point for that. I mean that. That was the big story around. Jeff cake rising political power right right so we should say. Catholics made their political home in the democratic party and so they began in the twentieth century to exercise. Power there in nineteen twenty eight. You get your first catholic candidate. Al smith who actually loses pretty badly So when john kennedy comes along there is the sense that like will. Protestants actually vote for a catholic. It's particularly clear. And so he goes out of his way to make clear the lake. I don't have a loyalty to the catholic church. I'm not going to. He actually says that he's not going to extend diplomatic relations to the catholic church because he doesn't want to bear the taint of catholicism He is running for president right and then when he becomes president. I mean you just you would think that we have decades and decades at this point almost a century of having diplomatic ties with the vatican. You'd think we finally have our first catholic president. He would be the one to take that step. But as you were saying i think he was so cowed by this charge and an over correcting to not feed this rumor that he was kind of almost the worst candidate to take that step and he was also informed by something that had happened just a few years earlier in nineteen fifty one harry. Truman had floated the idea of reestablishing these diplomatic relations. And what happens his baptist. Pastor denounces him publicly And there's this huge pushback from protestants in the country so even just a few years earlier the sentiment against embracing anything that seemed catholic was still suspicious in the united states and came at a political cost So before we get to what happens in the nineteen eighties in his changes. We've been talking mostly about the domestic considerations often political considerations or at least political refracted through religion There is an element of what's happening in italy and the vatican's role as both a diplomatic state and a religious state. Which i will say is often something that has kind of like been curious to me that it's able to or tries to walk these two sides But you know it does seem like that played a pretty key part in the. Us never taking that step at least for one hundred and fifty years or so of establishing formal ties. Yeah i mean. I think it's important to remember that. The late eighteen sixties where huge moment in italian history. Eighteen seventy one. The reunification process begins but part of that process is the papal states which were actually a pretty significant part of what would become. Italy are disbanded and the catholic church instead of controlling this large territory that could have diplomatic relationships with another country. For a lot of reasons. I'm gets shrunk down this tiny little city state And so when it comes to reestablishing diplomatic relations with the vatican. It's a very different prospect because it's no longer a political state. It's just a religious state in a lot of ways it's just this tiny little spot on the map and it's not the same kind of motivation to develop diplomatic relationships with which with what is fundamentally a religious state which would have been the only religion that the us had formal diplomatic ties to right right so if it had remained part of larger italy almost under the guise of relations with italy have a sort of deep relationship with the us government and catholicism. But because it gets narrowed down to just the state it becomes a little trickier politically. Because the papal state had ports and controlled land in net exports whereas again madigan city is just this tiny little place. Yeah for sure so. We get now to the early eighties. There's a larger geopolitical context but it also really does seem to have a lot to do with two people president. Reagan and pope. John paul the second and of relationship between.

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Prelate blocked for months by Belarus resigns Minsk post

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Prelate blocked for months by Belarus resigns Minsk post

"The Vatican says Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of the Minsk arts archbishop who had been blocked for months by Belarusian authorities from returning to his homeland after criticizing a crackdown on anti government protesters there. Monsen, your teddy use con risk of it's in charge of the Minsk Amalia of diocese had only returned to Belarus on December 24th just in time to celebrate Christmas Mass. That was nearly four months after he was blocked entry while traveling back from a religious visit to Poland. The impasse ended last month after Francis sent a former Vatican ambassador to Belarus. To Minsk to meet with authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko. The Vatican announced the resignation on Sunday.

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Back pain causes pope to skip Vatican New Year's ceremonies

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Back pain causes pope to skip Vatican New Year's ceremonies

"Skipping New Year's ceremonies due to what the Vatican insists is ah, painful back condition he's suffering from. AH, spokesman says Francis is suffering from a painful sight. Attica won't preside at a New Year's prayer service this evening at Saint Peter's Basilica. He also won't be celebrating Mass on New Year's Day in the basilica. Francis has suffered from the problem in the past, say Attica can cause back and leg pain and his due to compression, a nerve roots or on the Sadik nerve, which runs from the lower spine right down. If

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Back pain causes pope to skip Vatican New Year's ceremonies

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:07 sec | 3 weeks ago

Back pain causes pope to skip Vatican New Year's ceremonies

"Is skipping New Year's Eve ceremonies. The Vatican says he's suffering from back pain. He will deliver a New year's Day blessing, however, tomorrow New Year's

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The Political Legacy of Diego Maradona

Latino Rebels Radio

05:54 min | 3 weeks ago

The Political Legacy of Diego Maradona

"So today. Let's discuss. What may diego. Maradona an idol of the working class throughout the world. And so today on the show. We have the pleasure. And the honour of having dave's 'iran who's the sports editor for the nation magazine host of the edge of sports podcast and the co host of w w collision with eaton thomas which you can hear under ups w thursday's or anytime on wpro w fm dot org. He joins us today over. The phone is a pleasure and honor tabby on the shell dave zairean. It's great to be here. Thanks for having me is good to have you with us today and it's been a whirlwind of emotions both for me personally requested passing donor. Because i don't know what to began its Figures that for me personally. I thought we would continue to live on in a way. He'll continue to do so. But you know we started this program by quoting water galeano and you wrote not one but two articles in the nation magazine on the donor and the first one did you did. Last week. Actually called it galliano as well. So let's begin their liberate on what you call it from galeano last week because you know for no other reason that it's a shame that gagliano is not alive. Today to perhaps best crystallize the importance of madonna nominee in the world and he probably best crystallize this. This passing perhaps a better than the both of us combined. Yeah i mean. I guess i would start just by reading the words of galliano about diego. Maradona eduardo gagliano is just the absolute master of words. Somebody who can make poetry and prose intertwined with one another and produce something perfect but this is what had wow diano wrote about diego maradonna that i quoted. He's written a great deal about maradonna. But this is what i quoted. No one can predict the devilish tricks. This inventor of surprises will dream up for the simple joy of throwing the computers off track. Trixie never repeats. He's not quick more like a short legged bull but he carries the ball so into this foot and he's got is all over. His body is acrobatics. Light up the field in the frigid soccer of the end of the century which detest defeat and forbids all fund. That man was one of the few prove that fantasy can be efficient and inside that praise of maradonna. somebody who's as the ball sewn to his split because gagliano put so expertly. Of course you know in that statement is a critique of what soccer had become by the end of the twentieth century which in galliano's mine had been very flattened in very become boring faithfully As more and more countries left reflected an indigenous style of play and more countries started to play like one another and teams played like one another in a way. That was very very risk averse until maradona. Who was you know in both his life on the field and off the field was anything. But risk-averse He maradonna saw kindred. Spirit Somebody who could play with the efficiency that's needed the modern game but also had the ability to make you dream about what the possibilities of a human being could do and be On the soccer field and so in addition we encourage everyone to check out the writings of eduardo. Galeano as it pertains football because it's not just the xs and os. It goes way beyond that. Now even in regards to to madonna but the game itself as well. I'll just say on us. Wrote wrote a whole thin book about soccer called soccer in sun and shadow Of course if available in spanish and english and it's the most beautiful faca writing that you can imagine. I would recommend that this month for anyone looking for a good book to read during the holiday season. What can you tell us about the poverty. Madonna grew up in that perhaps shaped his political views later. Because you know we we just mentioned the the professionalization of football as as a global sport in how it's become sort of predictable and cold as you mentioned there's galeano mentioned but he grew up at a time where it's still not as polished as we see it today and this is very important and understanding you know his views later in life correct. Oh absolutely at Giggle maradona like to say that. He was born in the mud and never forgot where he came from and when he said he was born in the mud literally it was mud he grew up in the badio ueno status and he was the fifth of eight children and he grew up without running water or electricity and that always feel as if he was a kindred spirit with everybody on earth who lived in poverty in this globe. That's built on savage inequalities. Madonna saw himself as a tribune for those even when he was at his most his most wealthy even when he was at his most Flamboyant he never forgot where he came from he always stood particularly with the poor of the global south And that's not just in latin america that that's all over the world and My favorite Diego maradona story is diego. Maradona was also a very devout roman catholic and he was able to meet the pope Pope john paul the second and he said this is what he said after leaving his meeting with the pope he said i was in the vatican and i saw all these golden ceilings and afterwards i heard the pope's say that the church was worried about the welfare of the poor

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Pope formally strips Vatican secretariat of state of assets

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00:19 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pope formally strips Vatican secretariat of state of assets

"So Francis has formally stripped the Vatican Secretariat of state of its financial assets and real estate holdings. It follows the bungled management of hundreds of millions of euros and donations and investments. Now the subject of a corruption investigation. All holdings have to be transferred to another Vatican office by

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Pope proclaims year of families, offers advice to keep peace

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pope proclaims year of families, offers advice to keep peace

"Says the church will dedicate the upcoming year to the family. The announcement came during his noon blessing today from the Vatican. The pope also called for renewed attention to his 2016 document. The joy of love. It's a controversial document, which opened the door to divorced and civilly married couples to receive communion, the pontiff says. This year, the family Ah will be the dedicated year and it'll begin on March the 19th the fifth anniversary of the document during his blessing. He also offered some holiday season advice to bickering families reminding you to say Pardon me. Thank you and sorry and never in the day without making peace.

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Pope, Queen Elizabeth II share heartfelt Christmas messages

NBC Nightly News

01:36 min | Last month

Pope, Queen Elizabeth II share heartfelt Christmas messages

"Services focused on remembering those lost to covid the pope and queen among those spreading messages of love matt bradley reports from paris tonight. This socially distanced christmas somehow drawing people closer together in the pope leading a somber ceremony at the vatican urging rich countries to share kobe. Vaccines with the poor for many this time of year. We'll be tinged with sadness. The queen of england striking a different note from her usual annual christmas speech some mourning the loss of those dare to them and others michigan friends and family members distance for safety when all aid really warmed for christmas is a simple hug or a squeeze of the hand if you are among them. You are not alone. Paris on christmas. The restaurants should be packed. Streets should be filled with families. But instead they're all empty one place that wasn't off-limits neutral don cathedral welcoming musicians for the first time since a devastating fire nearly destroyed it last year but the crisis really hit home were christmas began in the little town of bethlehem normally packed with pilgrims christmas. This year for me for my family is so sad. I think it's for all bethlehem sad. I was crying because we used to go to the street. Sounds i'm everything. Despite the sadness sadness around the world there was a kind of sanctity in the silence. A hope that this christmas like the first one. Two millennia ago can offer light to the world after a dark

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Pope on Christmas: Vaccines for all; needy, vulnerable first

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Pope on Christmas: Vaccines for all; needy, vulnerable first

"At the Vatican. 10 P.m. curfew Force the church to move midnight Mass up a few hours, and today the pope delivered his or be at Orbi message to the city into the world. Corresponded Sabina Castell Franco reports from Rome in his Christmas message to the world delivered this year from indoors rather than the balcony of ST Peter's Basilica. Pope Francis said that today in these times of darkness and uncertainty due to the pandemic, there are some lights of hope like the discovery of vaccines. But in order for these lights to shine and bring hope to the entire world, they must be made available to all vaccines for ALS, the pope urged, especially for the most

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Royal family won't go to Sandringham for 1st time in 32 years | GMA

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Royal family won't go to Sandringham for 1st time in 32 years | GMA

"The pope's Christmas Eve maps normally packed with the faithful at the Vatican, now virtual royal family, normally the British photo op of the season as they walk into church on Christmas Day. We'll make their iconic trip to Sandringham for the first time in 32 years

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Pope Francis shares Christmas message for this year

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Pope Francis shares Christmas message for this year

"At the Vatican acquire and a small number of bishops and cardinals joined the pope for a low key Christmas Eve Mass. And delivered his Christmas morning message from a different place in his Christmas message to the world delivered this year from indoors rather than the balcony of ST Peter's Basilica. Pope Francis said that today in these times of darkness and uncertainty due to the pandemic, there are some lights of hope like the discovery of vaccines, But in order for these lights to shine and bring hope to the entire world, they must be made available to all vaccines for ALS. The pope urged. Especially for the most vulnerable. Sabina Castle. Franco CBS News,

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At The Vatican, A Christmas Eve Mass Shaped By The Pandemic

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At The Vatican, A Christmas Eve Mass Shaped By The Pandemic

"Ushered in Christmas Eve with a stream of joyous marching bands and the triumphant arrival of the top Catholic clergyman in the Holy Land. But few people were there to greet him as the pandemic and a strict lockdown dampen celebrations in the traditional birthplace of Jesus. Vatican CITY Rome Pope Francis celebrating Mass in the near empty Vatican basilica they had earlier hours this evening because of the covert restrictions hours before a nationwide curfew went into effect.

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Coronavirus dampens Christmas joy in Bethlehem and elsewhere

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01:00 min | Last month

Coronavirus dampens Christmas joy in Bethlehem and elsewhere

"Christmas celebrations have been scaled back around the world because of the cold a pandemic but the World Health Organization says that's the way it needs to be this year at the Vatican midnight mass had to be held earlier in the evening to comply with Italy's ten PM curfew there were only two hundred people carefully spaced inside the massive Saint Peter's basilica the same at the church of the nativity in Bethlehem the world health organization's Dr Ted roast add in Gabrielle asus hundreds of millions of people are today making great hearts ranging sacrifices by staying apart to stay safe he says it's a slap in the face to health care workers and first responders for people to ignore the health warnings and congregate over the Christmas holiday we must not squander their sacrifices cobit nineteen has killed more than one point seven million people around the globe I'm Jackie Quinn

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Coronavirus dampens Christmas joy in Bethlehem and elsewhere

World News Tonight with David Muir

00:21 sec | Last month

Coronavirus dampens Christmas joy in Bethlehem and elsewhere

"A christmas eve like no other in bethlehem where jesus was born traditional festivities outside the church of the nativity but inside midnight mass observed without a congregation at the vatican. Pope francis celebrated midnight mass at seven thirty in the evening so the few people invited to attend could be home before italy's ten pm curfew.

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"vatican" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"vatican" Discussed on The Frame

"But Christ did not come down from the cries because those granted the right words no a pope must go and put up be the personification of the crucified. Christ if you do issue will damage the papacy forever damage. Will I do if I remain. When France first approaches has benedict? He comes to To extensively to resign he wants to leave the church and he. He is fully respectful of whatever he thinks benedict. He is the pope. And there's a sense of all when he walks into the Sistine Chapel Allan. This is something about the presence of Benedict and I had that as an actor because You know as a young actor. I've I've followed Anthony Hopkins career. And I. Yeah I was nervous of meeting him in working with him on that sensible and wonder about this particular man with this fellow Welshman and then the other side of it is that Tony and I just got on really really well and we made each other laugh. There was intense rivalry between the two overs because the coal sheet which lists the actors names and the order of seniority on the of the cast and I was number one and number two. Is Tony Tony Hopkins and he was constantly ribbing me for being number one. He kept moving the number on my trailer to his and had huge huge signs made for his trailer trying to boost his importance and we email each other quite often and he still emails me. Good morning number one from manage the points from Sir number two. Just let me know. We're talking with Jonathan Pryce about his movie. The two popes Fernando seems teams very willing to let you as actors be actors. He's very patient with a camera. Not doing anything too. Fancy of the cameras very present. It's very close to. US actors. Turn Cesar the cameraman When I was first in Bonus Harris on the first day? I'm always saying things about the scene. And Fernando came came to me says don't worry about what says Uh said he's the other director and it was just wonderful to watch his work. You've got static cameras and most of the scenes and in the middle says is a hand held and you can save on the camera's always moving and you just knew every ever you did says I was going to capture it any little. Look any whatever he was there. You know it's it's about two men talking but they energy and the movement in those do a logs. It's just it's wonderful and that's why you know a lot of the audience will go in thinking. Oh we're going to see rather dry conversation between two pokes and we undercut those expectations all the time with the foam. Even the opening sequence funds were. He's on the phone trying to book a ticket. Welcome to this guy. Good Morning I am looking team for a flight from Rome to produce. I know I can book it on the Internet but I wanNA just moved here. Begun you hockey goalie. Well yes in fact. I'm not sure Vatican City and the agent hangs up on him when he says his return address is the Vatican data. Can She thinks that the opening image and laughter out from the audience and I. It's great because it's we let them know it's okay to laugh. Jonathan great to see you. Thanks for calling the show. Thank you very much thanks. The two popes is in select theaters eaters now in on Net flicks on December twentieth. And that'll do it for today. I'm John Horn. Thanks for listening. We're back here tomorrow at the Broadcast Center..

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"vatican" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

Extraterrestrial

10:49 min | 1 year ago

"vatican" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"Fatima was drenched in heavy rains in the hours leading leading up to the miracle of the Sun. All of the witnesses agreed that until roughly two o'clock in the afternoon the sky was cloudy and overcast meaning the conditions were ripe for the moist air to refracted sunlight and create the effect Auguste Mason of the Catholic University of Lou von had a different but still scientifically based explanation. The son didn't appear in the sky at all but physically inside the eyes of every witness Dennis as a reminder right up until the moment the miracle of the sun occurred the skies over. Fatma were overcast with heavy rainclouds at two o'clock. PM when the clouds parted Lucia shouted look at the sun staring directly at the sun can cause damage image including retinal after images in which the figure of the star is temporarily seared on the is receptors this means the viewer will see the the Sun at the center of their vision even when they look in another direction in this case the witnesses could have seen the sun following the path of their gazes assist seemingly bouncing through the sky retinal damage could also account for the other strange visions witnesses saw that day the changing colors in the air and the skies shift from bright to dim mason also considered the witnesses outside of Fatma and suggested did their sightings discredited any UFO theory any spaceship large enough to be viewed from miles away would have been noticed by one of the region's agents observatories as we noted in last week's episode observatories detailed no unexpected phenomena on October thirteenth nineteen seventeen nineteen. What's interesting about Mason's theory is that he spoke as a representative of a Catholic University and yet he rejected the divinity the of the miracle of the Sun but he also emphasized that the event was definitely not extraterrestrial in nature his surprising statement meant was consistent with a century of evidence suggesting that the Catholic church isn't just resistant to the idea of intelligent alien life. They're actively covering it up up next. We'll explore more alternative explanations and way how all credible we find this story now back to the story on October thirteenth nineteen seventeen a crowd of tens of thousands the witness the sun's strange dance and plummet from the sky in the century since Catholics and sceptics alike have struggled to explain the phenomenon to the top competing theories are that the event was a real miracle or that. It was an alien spaceship citing adding adding fuel to the conspiracy theories. The Church has spent a century controlling the narrative of the miracle of the Sun and Erasing all the evidence that it feels alien in nature. Does that suggest that the Vatican is part of a larger alien conspiracy the Catholic Church would say no since October nineteen thirty bear official stance has been that Lucia and the other witnesses received a genuinely divine visitation from the Virgin Mary Mary Joseph and the baby Jesus in the century since the miracle of the Sun Fatma Tema has become a major destination for pilgrims from around the world. A shrine to the Lady of Fatima was constructed in Nineteen nineteen seen near the same spot that Lucia reported. The little lady appeared half a dozen times. This shrine has proved a boon to the local economy and of course the ongoing services and signs of devotion ensured at the Catholic Church could maintain its power and influence in the region today day more than eighty percent of Portugal's population identifies as Catholic in other words. The church isn't exactly unbiased in their stance in fact according to this theory the church lied to the people of Fatima and spent the next century ensuring that no one ever realized the truth that brings us to the question of why if the Vatican had concrete proof of the existence of aliens. Why would they go to such lengths to keep that evidence a secret. The clearest explanation we've come across is the Catholic theology is incompatible with intelligent life on other planets planets. The Church has a history of shutting down new scientific discoveries that threaten they traditional Biblical worldview the most famous such such example is there persecution of Galileo. The scientists who demonstrated that the earth revolves around the sun after the church preached the inverse conspiracy theorists today feel that because the Bible does allude to life on other planets aliens are an enemy to the faith the existence of an other worldly society that doesn't share Christian values may lead many on earth to question their own beliefs in order to prevent a spiritual crisis. The Vatican instead covers up the discomforting evidence but brother Guy Council Magno doesn't buy that explanation. He's the director of the Vatican Observatory a church sponsored program that hopes to advance humanity's understanding of the universe by observing the far reaches of outer space in an interview with vox brother. Console Magno shared his thoughts on the perceived tension between faith and extraterrestrial life saying you you know we've already got passages of scripture that say we're not the only intelligent thing made by God. That's already built into the system. Religion never wanted to say that human beings were the center of the universe and he's not the only one who feels that way Jesuit priest Jose furnace another worker her at the Vatican Observatory gave a statement saying that there was room within Catholic theology for life on other planets. The archdiocese of Baltimore quoted him saying if we consider earthly creatures as brothers and sisters. Why can't we also speak of an extraterrestrial brother. You're in spite of these statements. Many still suggests that the church is actively covering up the existence of aliens but an even simpler alert explication is that Lucia or even the Catholic Church itself were involved in a hoax there are certainly holes and Lucius testimony like her Serbia's secret prophecies. We should note that. Many of the written accounts of the miracle of the sun weren't recorded until years or decades after the event so we can dismiss. Some of the later claims that were undocumented until much later but only days after the event news reports featured interviews reviews with witnesses and testimony consistently had four core features. I the son dimmed enough that the crowd could look at it without out hurting. There is second the solar light changed color creating rainbow effect in the field third. The Sun ended its movement spy plummeting heading towards the earth again. It's unlikely the sun actually fell from the sky but a descending spacecraft might give the appearance that it did and finally the rainwater instantly dried after the phenomenon was complete. Even if we throw out all other aspects of the testimony these these four features are consistent and well documented among all the witnesses and the event was viewed by thousands of people. The crowd was just too who big for everyone to be in on the scam although it is possible that some of the witnesses may have lied or exaggerated their claims out of a desire to be part out of the miracle the size of the crowd also undermines the theory that the miracle of the sun was a mass hallucination sociologist theologists ten author. Robert Bartholomew noted that shared delusions are incredibly rare and only crop up in specific situations in an article on one case titled The Bizarre Outbreak of Hallucinations in Oregon. He wrote such cases of shared social delusion art art typically incubated in small close-knit groups over a long period of time but the Group of pilgrims on October thirteenth nineteen seventeen gene was neither small nor close-knit. Most of the attendees had arrived in Fatima. Just that morning meaning. They weren't together for a long period of time beforehand hand either that said they did share one thing in common. They've all been primed by the news reports of Lucius predictions for six months month's Lucia had promised signs and wonders that worked her crowd to a fever pitch. They were eager and anxious to see a miracle performed except of course for the skeptics. Several attendees were only there specifically because they were convinced nothing would happen. They came hoping to disprove disprove Lucius prophecies. Though same skeptics included objective reporters from the state sponsored newspapers Secolo and Odia they I saw the miracle of the sun and they all later agreed that they'd seen something inexplicable Odiham even reported people wept and prayed aide with uncovered heads in the presence of a miracle they had awaited the second seemed like ours so vivid were they another such witness was the baron of all the serie he'd studied crowd psychology in primed himself against being roped into a potential mass hallucination in spite spite of his efforts. The Barron witnessed the miracle of the Sun. It is possible that the witnesses so an ordinary solar phenomenon like sun dog or that they experienced retinal damage that caused them to hallucinate but those explanations don't don't account for the instantly dried rainwater or the nearly identical visions the crowd.

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"vatican" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

Extraterrestrial

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"vatican" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"In late nineteen seventeen ten year old Lucia Barbara experienced what she believed to be divine revelation she announced is that at noon on October thirteenth the little lady a divine being linked to the Virgin Mary would appear and perform an irrefutable the miracle at two o'clock that afternoon tens of thousands of witnesses saw the clouds part and the sun or some other other bright orb descend from the sky the silver discs heat dried all of the rain water from earlier that day and it arked across the sky in a seemingly impossible path many of the witnesses and the reporters who covered the phenomenon identified it as a divine revelation but secular alien enthusiasts have given a different explanation. It was a visitor from another planet. It can be difficult to examine the evidence first hand in the weeks and months after the miracle of the Sun authorities from the Vatican collected I witness statements sketches and maybe even and photographs but they hit the records away in their secret archives today. These two interpretations offer wildly Lee Different perspectives on the event the variation could be attributed to cultural or generational differences but some conspiracy theorists believe that the Catholic Church was complicit in a cover up of one of history's most widely witnessed alien sightings in the days and weeks after the so-called miracle of the sun personal testimonies swept through the Portuguese countryside within months Fatima had become a major destination for religious pilgrims officials began derisively referring to the worship there as the cult cult of Our Lady of Fatima at the center of the religious movement were Lucia Abobo era and her cousins Francisco and Hacienda the only I witnesses to the ladies many appearances according to Lucia and her cousins the little lady was a three foot tall bald being with black eyes is she wore an immodest knee length skirt. She always appeared surrounded by light and could communicate without opening her mouth off. Naturally the Church didn't appreciate the children's testimonies. Their stories were two different from Orthodox theology apology. Possibly they feared that if the public began digging too deeply into Lucius story they might stop seeing the visitation as religious and start thinking about alien life the Catholic Church eager to test the rumors immediately dispatched investigators to determine if the miracle of the Sun was a divine manifestation a demonic apparition or merely a hoax one. Such investigator was father. There are men well forming how who had already spent a month before the miracle of the Sun questioning Lucia by late nineteen seventeen he he was thoroughly convinced the truth of her story. Although he sent his credulous testimony back to the Vatican the Catholic Church continued you treat the event with suspicion fought him based priests and bishops encourage the locals to stay silent about what they'd seen presumably under orders orders from higher officials as for the investigators reports they were locked away in a secret archive for decades the only official official and public accounts of the miracle of the sun where the sparse stories printed in newspapers the Catholic churches attempts to stifle testimony made little little sense especially in light of the political situation at the time in Portugal as a secular government passed legislation designed to weaken the Church's his power the Vatican needed a miracle to inspire its Portuguese followers the Catholic leadership's reluctance to embrace the miracle of the Sun has led many to believe that the so called miracle was in fact something even more mysterious officials bad lucia and her cousins to keep quiet about what they'd seen but the children would not be silenced at least not until a flu epidemic swept through Fatima in nineteen nineteen. All three children grew sick and nine year old Francisco enciso succumbed to the onus he died on April Third Nineteen nineteen his older sister Hacienda initially seemed to recover only for the ailment to return the following. Spring Hocine died in February one thousand nine hundred twenty just a month before her tenth birthday her or passing left Lucia the only surviving witness who had actually seen and spoken with the little lady at the time the church was still doing everything it could to stem the increasingly popular cult of the Lady of Fatima on June Seventeenth Nineteen twenty one to keep fourteen year old Lucia away from growing throng of worshippers the Bishop of Lady A- encouraged her to enroll in schooling at a convent convent in Porto Portugal. She gladly complied. She departed fought him alone leaving behind her friends family and local supporters orders when she arrived at the convent. She learned that she'd also have to abandon her identity. Eager to prevent Lucia from spreading reading unfortunate rumours throughout the convent. The mother superior ordered her to tell no one what she experienced when prompted. Lucille was was to claim that her name was Maria dos Doris and that she was from Lisbon Lucia did as she was instructed for several several years she disappeared into the convent life but meanwhile the story of the Little Lady and the miracle of the Sun continued to spread through through Portugal the movement grew until a shrine was erected over the home oak tree in Cova area and pilgrim's reported. They'd witnessed a steady stream of miracles there. The church ceased trying to stop the stories and began to control which details were shared appeared. The little ladies otherworldly appearance was downplayed and testimony that supported a traditional depiction of the Virgin. Mary proliferated rated that news never reached Lucia. She wasn't permitted to speak to the public nor could she read newspapers or meet with visitors mm-hmm all of Lucia's letters to and from her family were censored her world shrank to what she experienced within the convent invents walls in nineteen twenty five eighteen year old Lucia formerly enter training to become a nun because of the secular Portuguese government's mints strict restrictions on Catholic Institutions Lucia had to transfer to Spain to receive instruction as had been the case case in Porto. Lucy keepers in TUI also maintained her strict seclusion. She wasn't even permitted to write to her mother anymore. More perhaps the threat that she'd contradict the official Church story was just too high but it was becoming increasingly difficult for the Church to hide the truth about the growing cult of Fatima. A statue of the little lady was even erected inside the convent in order to prevent Lucia from seeing it. Her movements on the school grounds were restricted..

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"vatican" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"vatican" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Gerald Posner looking up the dark side of the Vatican history now and we're talking a little bit about the Nazis and the Vatican Bank, and collusion with fascist in Italy. Talk a little bit about the killing fields in eastern Europe. And there was the cleansing, and sort of the priestly involvement. One of the things is the Vatican had probably earlier information about civilian massacres. They were taking place in Poland. Romania Gracia crazy with a Catholic country. And there were, there were pre-convention, the head of Cratia was a Catholic priest in there was a Catholic priest priest involved in some of the concentration camps in Croatia. Now this was a small minority. I'm not saying most priests were not, but it certainly gave many prisoners the idea that there was an endorsement by the fact of the clergy involved in the murders in some cases, but they also saw them what I mean by that is the pope had something that no western country, British and Americans, have he had preached in these little parishes, and towns in Poland where the killings were taking place and, and scattered around the west of each Europe and they would report, what they saw to their bishops and the bishop's would send it back to the secretary of state's office in the Vatican. And the pope pope was a hands on micromanage, and then the. The question becomes with all those early reports. Why weren't they bit more aggressive and that kept historians debating forever? The. The Nazis put in a ten percent tax on German Catholic. They funnel back which could have looked like helping to buy off the pope Joe Kennedy was was one point sort of pro Hitler, because it great for business. Do you think if you go back into that context, you give the, the Vatican a little bit of a break because of that? Yeah. That was clearly a factor. And you've mentioned something very important when you mentioned the tax in Germany and a few other countries, they're Germany. They had collected on the time of Bismarck, a Catholic church ak- ten percent tax very little bit on the total income. But it was a voluntary contribution being that you had your income, and then you had a report to the church, I made thirty thousand dollars in. Here's my three thousand dollars Hitler said in a nineteen thirty three deal with the Vatican. You recognize me. They became the first country to do so the Vatican did then all do some things for you on one of them. I will collect the tax at the source as a payroll, when company pays it out at Volkswagen adversities Benz or whatever. We'll take that Senate. Right over to you by nineteen forty two and forty three in the middle of the war that can was collecting one hundred million dollars that was big money back then from that tax. And it clearly had away on their mind. If they spoke out our moved against the Nazis on the issue of civilian killing Hitler might well, keep that money for himself and put the Vatican in a bind hit there. Might even move against Catholics in Germany or try to bring the pope back to Germany's a prisoner not excusing, the pope silence. But I understand there are reasons why they may have been timid about speaking out, more forcefully. And one thing that was kind of outrageous was one point they were splitting profits on, like insurance, new or insurance, which they weren't paying off the holocaust victims. I think there's an incident in which the Vatican was invested in insurance companies the biggest talion insurance company Generali, they have a majority stake in a smaller one, the fourth largest fund the aria and those companies in the later latter stages. The war started to steal the life insurance policies early of Jews being sent to the death camps. There's no evidence at the Vatican. Knew about that, that earned the profits by their stakes in the companies but it's still a moral problem for them going forward. I'm the first book to talk about that moral problem with relationship with Mussalini. Well, I it's I guess if for them, it was a question when I say that the, the size that it was questioned for the Vatican of the lesser of two, evils the greater evil than Mussalini as far as they were concerned where the read the communist Bolsheviks in Russia. They Stalin and the communist, destroying synagogues and orthodox, Russian Orthodox churches in Catholic churches. They were equal opportunity. Atheist Mussalini had a moral code that fit with the Vatican that meant no abortion, large families strict morality, in terms of social code. It was fine. He was a Catholic and he eventually came out of Louise anti-catholic in some ways he got baptized publicly. He got remarried by a priest and he gave the Vatican war power than it had since lost attempt. He's the one who's nonsense as a separate country their own sovereign rights. They had no right to do anything else, except to run it as a sovereign nation and the Vatican in turn gave him the knowledge -ment in nineteen twenty nine that he was. Was the real deal that he had their support in Italy. And every home had a picture of Mussalini on the wall, and crucifix, naked. I didn't realize until I read to the entire Vatican. Now is reduced to two thirds of a mile or something. It's incredibly small don't realize, when, you know, when it has a flag at the UN has so many followers around the world. It's the only country that I say this. I always hesitating only because I'm ready for somebody to call you up later and say, no, there's another country only country that I believe in the world. Owns more real estate outside of its of its size than the country itself far more property around the world owned by the Vatican. Then the size of the country itself, you can walk across in twenty minutes. Looking at some of the intrigue now, there were thoughts Pope John Paul might have been the intended one to be poisoned. And Pope John Paul died in there were rumors of their talk a little bit about that. In nineteen seventy eight after fifteen years as Popa Paula six died. And when they went to pick the new pope the, the concrete took place, a pick, the, the patriarch Venice cardinal Venice, and he took the name. Pope John Paul, the first he was he died thirty three years later while he was pope before he died. There was an orthodox Bishop came to visit him in while they were having coffee that Bishop killed over heart attack, and died. It was just after the pope gave him a Cup of coffee, the rumors of the Vatican. Maybe that was a poison coffee meant for the pope pope promise to be the guy who was going to reform the curious that you talked about, before Jim maybe changed the Vatican bike might even fire the head of the Vatican Bank. And then thirty three days after becoming pope, he's dead and the Vatican. Screws up everything about his death. They don't have an autopsy they lie about how he was discovered because none discovered America in the morning that might not be look good because of woman discovered him. And so it just becomes a disaster of a writer. Put out a book that said the pope was murdered. I think it's so six million copies. In the end I conclude the pope was not murdered. But his death was handled in a way that conspiracy theories from day, one going down to a minute and a half year or so I hadn't realized the extent to which John Paul the second, obviously coming out of Poland was, was so rarely anticommunist, but that he worked pretty closely with William Casey in the CIA, and maybe the guy that tried to assassinate him was attached to the Bulgarian secret service was real. It was Cold War. Becomes polish. Pope takes over at a time when the communist country Margaret Thatcher becomes the prime minister of England and two years later. Ronald Reagan, the president of the US, they are soulmates on this ideology against communism and the pope uses the Vatican Bank with Reagan's help. And as you said, Casey, and the to send money back to solidarity at the same time the priest on the ground provide information, tell back to the that they love the same type of intelligence, it came in, and we'll work through about the civilian killings was now available to tell them what was happening about the communist, and I described for the first time, in instance in which three million dollars golden gets stuffed into the fake side of a SUV in bottom of an SUV and an appre stripes it from Rome back to a dance. This is the type of stuff that was happening back in the height of the Cold War with the pope and patron Reagan..

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"vatican" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

Atheist Nomads

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"vatican" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

"This only applies to the Roman curia and the Vatican City. So it's the rushing sorry. What what's the curia Roman curia Roman? Fine. I say Russian Roman curia are just the workers. The Catholic church is basically futile organization, so the Roman Curial, basically, the pope's court, okay? This includes all of his ambassador. This includes all of the officials that work in the Vatican. The city government of the Vatican City. Well, it's a feudal system. The. Yeah. So kind of like the top most layer, we'll that's good though, if they're being held to a higher standard, but it only applies to headquarters officials and ambassadors out in the various countries that have Vatican embassador. So nobody who's actually on the ground. Correct. No bishops, no bishops, no prese about they're all relieved leased and the authorities that they have to report stuff to are the Vatican. Prosecutors not local authorities where the crime took place. Okay. So Bishop fiddles a kid in Ireland. Nothing happens. Right. If one of the head people of the Vatican hears about the Irish guy fiddling people and does not report it he can get in trouble. He can get fined fined. But that's it. If he reports to the Vatican police, not not the IRA Irish police Vatican police the Swiss guard. Yeah. Okay. Wait, wait. The Swiss guard is Vatican police. Why is it Swiss why is it so complicated history? Fuck history. Why do you have to make things so interesting anyway, so? If if it gets reported to the Swiss guard and Swiss guard doesn't do anything about it. Then that person can go to jail for six months. Okay. But the still so this is a nice neat. Way of still keeping it in the family. It keeps everything in the family in the Vatican. Yes, we are requiring the Catholic church officials report it to thirties their own authorities the highest level not even talion tho or Roman authorities. Yes. Well, it made for a really cushy headline like our reactions were like what does right because I missed the I didn't read the last. Neither of us read the last paragraph in the article, it is all in the last paragraph of the articles, and yeah, so don't be swayed by this one good headline..

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"vatican" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"vatican" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Announcement from the Vatican this morning former American cardinal and archbishop of Washington Theodore mckarrick has been defrocked after a Vatican court found him guilty of soliciting sex while hearing confession Vatican correspondent John Allen. We should note that this comes just a couple of days before a keenly anticipated summit of presidents of national bishops conferences from all over the world is going to begin here in Rome to try to get on top of the clerical sexual abuse scandals. Least in Aurora Illinois continue to investigate whether forty-five-year-old Gary Martin planned his attack on his former co workers at a factory yesterday. Five men were shot and killed correspondent, Scott McLean. Martin was fired yesterday from his job position that he held for fifteen years. What is not clear is whether his victims were targeted or whether they were random it's also not clear whether he started shooting right away or maybe went back to his car or his home to get a gun before he started firing. I'm Christopher cruise. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. German Chancellor Angela Merkel took President Donald Trump to task before an audience of senior security officials in Munich she called his administration's suggestion that European auto is are a threat to the US national security, a shock Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has offered to have talks with the US on arms control. Vice President Mike Pence is also at the Munich security conference. He is urging NATO countries to stop buying arms from adversaries, and he's demanded that the EU withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal this deal..

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"vatican" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"vatican" Discussed on WTVN

"The Vatican reaction t pay visit has been, mixed thousands of people packed the streets of Dublin and Croke park yesterday to welcome him about eighty thousand people in, Croke park but he's also been condemned by sexual abuse survivors the failing, to acknowledge the Vatican's. Role in covering up sexual abuse by Greece meanwhile the Vatican's retired ambassador to the United States today is penned an eleven page letter accusing senior Vatican officials have knowing as early as two Two thousand that is grace to former archbishop of Washington and ex cardinal Theodore, McCarrick regularly invited those in the seminary into his bed the. Letter by. Archbishop, Carlo Maria Vigano accused. The former Vatican secretaries of state under two previous popes of having Noord detailed denunciations against McCarrick for. Years and a new report today details how many registered. Sex offenders live in every state Ken Robinson tells us more according to the data Alaska has the most registered sex offenders per capita with more than five thousand per million residents Oregon on the other hand has fewer sex offenders per capita than any. Other state about one hundred per million residents Ohio. With around fifteen hundred registered sex offenders per million residents is forty first in. The, nation the report used data from the sex offender registration website family watchdog for your, ABC six first warning weather forecast partly sunny today with A. Chance for some scattered rain showers and a high of eighty. Eight I'm Allison Wyatt more news at the bottom of the hour non demand at six ten WTVN dot com are.

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"vatican" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"vatican" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"Walls and to prevent leaks vatican actually brings in portapottys there ain't no pun intended i mean they're easy to access like that's rooms one floor down but no one's allowed to leave wow and it can take days to do this right yeah which is why they sent up those smoke signals that's to communicate to the public when the signals white they're just burning ballots and when it's black they used to add straw but now they add chemicals i also read that there's a second furnace now too and i didn't really understand that but i guess sometimes the smoke would come out gray and people would be all confused start asking questions so they added a second furnace to make sure the smoke comes out the right color now yes so this is the weirdest thing to be and that's that at the end of this massive process pope isn't even really declared pope like his official title is i'm going to read this bishop of rome vicar of jesus christ successor of the prince of the apostles supreme pontiff of the universal church primate of italy archbishop and metropolitan of the roman province sovereign of the state of the vatican city servant servant of the servants of god you've done he's got eight titles and none of them are the pope and friendly that comes from people calling him like the holy father or sancta papa wow also i don't know if you remember this but i remember being really tickled when i saw this march madness style bracket for popes like this was back when benedict was being elected and i had no idea that betting on the pope was thing like it's been a things since the sixteen hundreds apparently the talian market just goes crazy for near the irish sites are all over at two i guess not not surprisingly if you put your money on francis you would have made twenty five to one which is a lot of money but you know all this talk of the pope and we still haven't gotten into some of the crazy things hiding in the vatican archives all right why don't we break for quiz and then we'll dive right into those juicy stories.

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"vatican" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"vatican" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"There that's only filipino but you know you're right about the vatican size i mean for a while and we're talking way back in the eighteen hundreds the pope ruled over a number of people states in the region but when italy unified as a country in the late eighteen hundreds it seized up all the vatican's land and then this really really strange thing happened right and it was completely new to me apparently italy and the vatican actually had a cold war like i always assumed italy and the vatican had this super cozy relationship but for about sixty years the pope refused acknowledge italy as a country where even going to the balcony to bless people especially thought like italians were in the square and even more than that the pope refused to leave the vatican like pope the ninth referred to himself as a prisoner of the grounds but here's the craziest part of the story the person who actually brokered the peace is benito mussolini no way he delivered a pack that recognized the vatican is sovereign and in deal italy bought back all the land into taken for about ninety million dollars or about a billion dollars in today's money well obviously italy and the vatican have a great relationship now i think there's an arrangement where something like eight percent of italian income taxes can be diverted to the catholic church if a citizen chooses then in any criminals who were sentenced by the vatican court they get moved to an italian prison and if a person loses their vatican citizenship which ends when your job ends there and if they don't have a country to go to they become an italian citizen by default which has to be the weirdest way to get us citizenship well you know what's interesting though that while that one billion dollar amount we were talking about sounds huge and you think about all the artwork and all the other things that are in the vatican all the treasure that can isn't exactly swimming and wealth the annual operating budget is about three hundred million dollars that comes in from ties but also museum tickets and printing services and all the souvenirs and those kinds of things but they got a place like harvard university's annual budget is something like ten times that at about three.

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"vatican" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"vatican" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Fact he eats his nope he heats his own food in the vatican hotel dining room microwave what i don't know you seem like you should be able to have somebody do that for you could probably also just throw in the oven but if you haven't someone do it for you rather than use microwave also what are you what are you getting food from what do you heating he made it he brought it from home is the vetting that is right right i don't know yeah he lives in the vatican in the hotel i shouldn't follow up any we should i think that concludes pope facts lives on the bit that's the end of may rest in the most piece it's the end of poke fax else think that's probably the end are we at like an hour we're pretty cool do one last ad read his needs some motivation kennedy this one sure thank you you guys don't care you in the middle of drinking so i was trying to say okay katie i would lie to the podcast eight i'm just staring at what's called tim's at the beginning my friend anez from us julius to me for my birthday which yes was three months ago sent them by season which i guess is an option and so it took forever but they're still delicious i brought them and i'm regretting it because i have not i have not staring at them go ahead i just keep eating them doing it.

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"vatican" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"vatican" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Because we know the people are embarrassed by doing and by participating and so most of it is very interactive on the impact floor there's an attraction called to washington revelation twenty six people get only have a loose staging a pivot so that goes dark and then you see a video a new virtually fly out of this you know wind blows new face in it moves the stage moves in your hanging on you fly out of this building virtually you go naval into the library of congress a laser shootout and shows you where this biblical text all around the monuments an up and down the mall and goes through a thunderstorm and you get mccoy slowly moisture on you and anyway really really amazing is designed to show the impact of the bible and how pervasive it is in our culture that's an attraction and then of course we have things like artifacts like william bradford's bible that he carried over on the mayflower and he became the governor of the may ugly plymouth colony i mean we got elvis's bible here we got intake released from israeli antiquity authority to almost twelve hundred of them uh the vatican loaned us antiquities and artifacts if that were at the vatican library you can see part of the sort coffa guess they'd held jonuz remains in a amazing things here to see and there's also a it one display i understand or exhibits as if you're standing in an old biblical village in the middle east uh yes that correct and that's the nasserist village experience they won over took pictures took the millions of century homes i'll how they were built with rocks they did the same thing with the garden against seventy and they took pictures and measured those old gangly uh narly uh olive tree's they brought him back.

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"vatican" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"vatican" Discussed on WJR 760

"In this one we read for example that there was a sex thing over there in the vatican strapped ready for most websites it was too embarrassed thing but apparently wanted a top people in the vatican had the drug fueled sex orgies in his apartment which is adjacent to the vatican are in the vatican it's self say where with that story go how can we got dropped so fast well how come got dropped so fierce really you forgot that story willetts of big story did you hear the story the vatican sex orgies with men london merrick vatican police breakup georgi at home of one of pope francis as advisers or you know the pope don't you the flat belong to the holy office which is in charge of tackling sexual abuse among the clergy well apparently there were tack cling sex abuse among the clergy by studying in as closely as they could georgi get the home of the secretary to wanna pope francis his key advisers it has been claimed the flat belong to the vatican's congregation for the doctrine of the faith or holy office which is in charge of tackling sex sexual abuse amongst the clergy reports deadly claimed the occupant of the apartment as the secretary the cardinal francesco coco palmiero's bellmare yo a key aide to the eighty yearold pontiff cocoa pam area has the punt typical council forgea legislative texts and was set to have once recommended as secretary for promotion the bishop the claims about the police raid last month were made in the italian newspaper il fatto quotidiano well according to the neighbor neighborhood the neighbors became suspicious before complaining about irregular behaviour of those coming and going to the pontiff acl flat when police showed up up they reportedly found drugs and a group of men engaged in sexual activity it is the latest scandal to hit the vatican and comes after its finance chief cardinal george pell was charged with historical sexual offenses now this ties right into my discussion of the.

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"vatican" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"vatican" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Coach your love them so how did any different no different so once you start going down the pitch this train that that's where it but there were comes from his wh you know we know in all across the west thursday it's just a fundamental inability to trump people have to recognize that life is sacred to recognize that life has inherent value employees flirt during the earlier disabled or there or there or or they've got these other external factors admit their life less desirable we might as well get rid of them because there's no reason to keep them around the kinda look utilitarian realistic you'll why that is going to use all on close all longest convenient to those around it and so we keep around but wanted and that we get rid of it and it's just a uk horrify told try to explain what i wrote about the once who once you put yourself on that side of the argument you and it's not hyperbole you have put yourself on the same side at all of the worst people in the history of the you're that all of the worst atrocities live ever been committed have always been committed with that kind of thinking so you not for you your place yourself on that side and and gridlock mac os so matt is there do you find any uh cause of concern have you have you read what the pope actually said not just the release but uh they are the newspaper account from it but but what he actually the in the entire thing the story with the vatican fia the bishop gratitude comes out with a statement that all but explicitly endorses uh the courts i'm hospital and take their side in it which was which was horrified couldn't as a cynical as i am especially about this pope sometimes i couldn't even couldn't believe that i couldn't believe actually did that because we need we need the vatican catholic church too be prolife dopey it's been wanted the only polar much that would go away to move quickly the catholic i just couldn't stomach but i'm at the pump comes out and got vague tweet many and then it comes out in any fair the renewed orca but childern at the vatican offers to take the child into the vatican hospital which of course the other possible to climb up but at.

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"vatican" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"vatican" Discussed on WTMA

"In this one we read for example that there was a sex uh thing over there in the vatican strapped ready for most websites who was to embarrassing but apparently wanted a top people in the vatican had the drug fueled sex orgies in his apartment which is adjacent to the vatican are in the vatican itself say where with that story go how chemical dropped so fast well how come it got dropped so fierce really you forgot that story well it's a big story did you hear the story the vatican sex orgies with men london miracle vatican police breakup georgi at home of one of pope francis as advisers or you know the pope don't you the flat belong to the holy office which is in charge of tackling sexual abuse among the clergy well apparently there were tackling sex abuse among the clergy by studying and as closely as they could georgi get the home of the secretary to on a pope francis his key advisers it has been claimed the flat belonged to the vatican's congregation for the doctrine of the faith of holy office which is in charge of tackling sex sexual abuse amongst the clergy reportedly claimed the occupant of the apartment is the secretary the cardinal francesco coco palmiero's bellmare yo a key aide to the eighty yearold pontiff cocoa pal mary o'hare's the punt typical council forgea legislative texts and was set you have once recommended ketari for promotion the bishop the claims about the police raid last month were made in the italian newspaper il fatto quotidiano well according to the neighbor neighborhood the neighbors became suspicious before complaining about irregular behaviour of those coming and going to the pacific will flat when police showed up they reportedly found drug cbs and a group of men engaged in sexual activity it is the latest scandal to hit the vatican and comes after its finance chief cardinal george pell was charged with historical sexual offenses now this ties right into my discussion of the.

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"vatican" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"vatican" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"And how big of a story is this in australia when he is australia's most senior catholic official the former archbishop of sydney and melbourne he's the head of the vatican's finance department so what one of the most powerful officials in the vatican the son of a publican inbound a ratty became a priest there after his ordination he is known for his strong catholic a traditional values his conservative stance on samesex marriage and contraception so well i don't think it'll be too many people in australia who want familiar with the nine continnue george pell and certainly in the next few weeks and months to come his name is most likely to make more more headlines here phil mercer in sydney i asked our vatican correspondent david willie with the catholic church's reaction has been pope francis has given the garden a leave of absence to from his job in the vatican which has to look after the very ambitious reform programme of for the economy of the holy see that the vatican bank and so on he standing very much on the sidelines the pope the holy see rather in a in a statement an official statement which was issued this morning said the pope francis has appreciated cardinal bells honesty during his three years of work here and is grateful for his collaboration in particular what he calls his energetic dedication to the reforms and economic and administrative sector the vatican so he's done a good job here he said he's not in the in bad odors it were is very conscious however of the fact that the australian inquire eight it's very exhaustive.

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