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Pope promotes Vatican nurse credited with saving his life
"Pope Francis has promoted a Vatican nurse whom he credited with saving his life to be his personal healthcare assistant The 85 year old pontiff credited the nurse massimiliano strapped with having accurately ascertained an intestinal problem that led to a ten day hospital stay The Pope has had a series of health problems in the past year most significantly strained ligaments in his right knee that has led to frequent use of a wheelchair Strophes appointment was announced days after he and a doctor accompanied Francis on his historic trip to Canada On the flight home Francis said he would have to slow down his future travels and maybe resign one day I'm Walter ratliff
Vatican names 3 women to office that vets bishop nominations
"For the first time in its history three women are going to serve as members of the Vatican office that vets men to be appointed as bishops in the Roman Catholic Church The diecast for bishops oversees the work of most of the church's 5300 bishops who run diocese around the world The Pope still makes the final call and can bypass Canada's proposed by its ambassadors and vetted by the council Analysts say the Pope's decision to appoint the two sisters and one lay woman represents a significant response to calls to give women a greater say in church decision making Women have often said they have a second class status in the church even though they do the lion's share of the work running schools and hospitals and passing the faith from generation to generation I'm Walter ratliff
Musk meets pope, uses Twitter to announce the audience
"Tesla CEO Elon Musk has announced that he has met with Pope Francis Musk made the statement on his Twitter account as his $44 billion bid to buy the platform still remains in limbo Honored to meet pontifex yesterday Musk tweeted of the Friday afternoon audience Alongside a photo showing Musk Francis and four of Musk's teenage children the Pope frequently meets with high profile figures in strictly private audiences that are held in a reception room of the Vatican hotel where he lives A common talking point he uses when meeting with corporate CEOs is to appeal for them to use wealth and technology to help those most in need
Pelosi receives Communion in Vatican amid abortion debate
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi receives communion at a Vatican mass with the Pope despite her support for abortion rights and despite being denied communion at home The Democrat attended the mass marking the feast of Saint Peter and St. Paul She's in Rome on a working family vacation and received communion from a priest according to two people who were there Pelosi also met with Pope Francis before mass and received his blessing according to one of those people her own archbishop in San Francisco Salvatore cordileone has said she can't receive the sacrament in his archdiocese because of her support for abortion rights In September the Pope said of some who deny communion pre shouldn't be politicians and condemn their flock but should be pastors who accompany the faithful He described the eucharist as not a prize for the perfect but a powerful medicine and nourishment for the weak I'm Julie Walker
Vatican releases pope's Canada itinerary in sign trip is on
"The Vatican has released the Pope's Canada itinerary In a sign the trips on The publication of the program for the July 24 to 30 visit to Canada indicates France intends to go ahead with a trip despite knee problems that it forced him to cancel a similarly difficult visit to Africa Francis is due to visit Canada to apologize to indigenous people for abuses at Catholic run residential schools the 85 year old Pope has been using a wheelchair for some time because of strained ligaments in his right knee that have caused difficulties the itinerary was delayed for nearly two weeks and his publication doesn't mean the trip is 100% confirmed I'm Charles De
"vatican" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
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We now return to why it matters, an exploration of faith, with archbishop George Lucas. I think there is a particular challenge for bishops that are leading their flock and nations that have an abundance of means of riches because of the particular social systems that are set up or economic systems. For example, I mean very blatantly, I mean the United States, an economic system that favors for the most part capitalism. And there may be those who would say the ability for the person to be able to thrive and to make his way in some ways or a great blessing. And God would want them to have that. Wouldn't he? Carry on addresses this issue along with many others. But the issue of the economy, wealth, individual wealth, and corporate wealth and how we make our way through the world materially. So we do in our situation here experience a capitalist system, and it works well for a lot of people. And truly, and it has provided blessings for many people. But the church invites us to see that not everybody benefits in the same way. And to the same degree. And that once individuals or groups have wealth or have power, then they it's possible for them to influence the system so that it continues to tilt in their favor and away from good for those who don't have so much wealth or don't have so much power. And as we look at history, we see that that has happened that's happening now. The gap between the very wealthy and ordinary people we might say are certainly the poorest people that continues to grow in our country and that should be a concern to us. Jesus is very clear in the gospel that we need to be aware of the needs of people around us and in a society like ours, which is so wealthy. Corporately. And when there are so many blessings and we have the ability to offer things like education and healthcare in a way that's good and effective. Our faith invites us to think together about how can we make those blessings accessible to more people in our system, the presumption is that we're going to be able to earn your place in society and make a living and pay your way and be able to access things for yourself and for your family. And to the extent that people can do that, that's good. We just recognize that not everybody is able to do that. And for a variety of reasons that we may or may not like. But we see the result. And so it's just simply not the Catholic position to say that is the survival of the fittest. And if you can make it, we got a pretty good system here. And if you can make it good, if you can't too bad. There are a variety of different kinds of economies throughout the world. And so the church speaks in general terms about this about this matter. But it is very clear in the end that everyone in the human family in God's plan has equal dignity that the earth and the goods of the earth belong in some way to all of us for our flourishing in God's Providence. Some have the ability to do more with it with the gifts that they've been given and we should, we should do the best we can, but we should also be conscious that there are people in our community who have a claim on. Some of what we have, perhaps because of the fact that they're here. And there are members of the human family, there are brothers and sisters. It's a shame in many ways, I think that the conversations that those in the church would have about the best ways of meeting the needs of not only the people that were in our own particular regions, but outside of our regions, maybe in our hemisphere and others, it gets caught up in the political dialog between political camps, I'm not a Catholic who is this political Republican or I'm a Catholic, that's the Democrat. For me, I'm a Catholic, and I try to respond to what the church is asking me, well, even more importantly, what Christ is asking me to do in this particular situation. Right, and that's an important process of disarmament. But we see in these documents of the second Vatican council, for example, the church doesn't give us a playbook. And so it's not a set of policy statements for the circumstances. And that circumstance. We have the general principles and that have been held. Discerned in the church through the ages and then it's up to us individually, but usually together to try to discern what's the best way to put these into practice. Reasonable people will disagree about the means and I think that the church in general is comfortable with that, as long as the means don't lead us to just write off some. Some people are just saying, well, the majority of us are going to go along this way and it's too bad for. To be out for everybody else. The situation in many countries that there are political parties and political factions were encouraged into that process to try to bring the light of the gospel there, but we should always hold our baptismal identity at members of the body of Christ. We should hold that first. That should be the center of our understanding of ourselves, center of our life, and existence, and then we bring that influence with us and try to move things as well as we can. We find that there can be legitimate compromise or the ability to take a step in a good direction with the hope that then we can take another step after that. And not hold out for it. Everything that would be a solution at once is that storm normally not possible. But, you know, the fact is that Lazarus is at the gate. Today, and so, you know, if we're deliberately just stepping over, are avoiding problems in the culture, which are really burdens for people, then that's not, that's not Christian living, and it's not what the lord is asking, of us. It's a long way of saying the solutions aren't always so clear. We can do some things individually, some things we have to do corporately often. We're able to band together in societies or groups or clubs organizations, whatever who have a mission to serve people in a particular way. Here in our own city, we have a number of outreach centers, we know that have been started by individual persons, many of them we could see by the gospel by their own relationship with the focused in neighborhoods and try to meet the human needs of people there. They may or may not have government funding, but they haven't really an independent mission. We've come in recent times relatively recent in human history to see that governments can take on some of this responsibility, which really means that we either citizens contribute to the work of the government to try to take on some bigger issues that might best be handled that way. But it's really not a good tendency to surrender.
Pope to visit Canada, part of apology aims for church abuse
"Pope pope pope pope Francis Francis Francis Francis struggling struggling struggling struggling with with with with a a a a bad bad bad bad knee knee knee knee is is is is going going going going ahead ahead ahead ahead with with with with plans plans plans plans to to to to visit visit visit visit Canada Canada Canada Canada this this this this summer summer summer summer the the the the Vatican's Vatican's Vatican's Vatican's announced announced announced announced the the the the Francis Francis Francis Francis will will will will head head head head to to to to Canada Canada Canada Canada on on on on July July July July twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four visit visit visit visit Edmonton Edmonton Edmonton Edmonton Quebec Quebec Quebec Quebec and and and and a a a a small small small small town town town town where where where where about about about about half half half half the the the the population population population population is is is is into into into into it it it it before before before before returning returning returning returning to to to to Rome Rome Rome Rome on on on on July July July July thirty thirty thirty thirty he he he he wants wants wants wants to to to to apologize apologize apologize apologize in in in in person person person person for for for for abuses abuses abuses abuses suffered suffered suffered suffered by by by by indigenous indigenous indigenous indigenous peoples peoples peoples peoples of of of of the the the the hands hands hands hands of of of of the the the the Catholic Catholic Catholic Catholic Church Church Church Church but but but but taken taken taken taken spokesman spokesman spokesman spokesman Matteo Matteo Matteo Matteo Brunei Brunei Brunei Brunei says says says says Francis Francis Francis Francis is is is is accepting accepting accepting accepting the the the the invitation invitation invitation invitation of of of of the the the the civil civil civil civil and and and and ecclesiastical ecclesiastical ecclesiastical ecclesiastical authorities authorities authorities authorities on on on on the the the the indigenous indigenous indigenous indigenous communities communities communities communities in in in in making making making making what what what what the the the the holy holy holy holy see see see see terms terms terms terms an an an an apostolate apostolate apostolate apostolate journey journey journey journey I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles through through through through this this this this month month month month
John Zmirak: 'First China Came for the Uyghurs'...
"Volkswagen back, I'm talking to John's mirac Jon it doesn't have people can read your stuff at stream dot org stream dot org. What else should we talk about? Well, Jason Jones and I co authored another piece at the stream called first China came for the Uyghurs and the Vatican said nothing. I don't know if people following China news. The most prominent Christian in China has just been arrested. Cardinal Joseph zen, 90 years old, he's the cardinal of Hong Kong. So he's from the part of China that was free until 1998 under British administration. And then was turned over to communist China. On the promise that it would retain its free political system. Of course, like all promises made by communists, that turned out to be a lie. And there have been crackdowns and arrests and China put into place a law that anyone in Hong Kong violated the Communist Party's authority could be shipped to Mainland China where the courts and the juries would be much stricter. Cardinal zen helped set up a charity fund that would help fund the defense of people against such extradition orders. China just arrested him and everyone else involved in the foundation.
Cardinal: Pope OK'd spending 1M euros to free kidnapped nun
"The the the the cardinal cardinal cardinal cardinal has has has has testified testified testified testified the the the the pope pope pope pope Francis Francis Francis Francis authorize authorize authorize authorize spending spending spending spending up up up up to to to to one one one one million million million million euros euros euros euros to to to to free free free free a a a a Colombian Colombian Colombian Colombian nun nun nun nun kidnapped kidnapped kidnapped kidnapped by by by by a a a a cable cable cable cable linked linked linked linked militants militants militants militants in in in in Mali Mali Mali Mali the the the the spending spending spending spending included included included included hiring hiring hiring hiring a a a a British British British British security security security security firm firm firm firm to to to to find find find find the the the the nun nun nun nun and and and and secure secure secure secure her her her her freedom freedom freedom freedom the the the the cardinals cardinals cardinals cardinals bombshell bombshell bombshell bombshell testimony testimony testimony testimony could could could could pose pose pose pose serious serious serious serious security security security security implications implications implications implications for for for for the the the the Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican since since since since he he he he provided provided provided provided evidence evidence evidence evidence that that that that the the the the pope pope pope pope was was was was apparently apparently apparently apparently willing willing willing willing to to to to pay pay pay pay at at at at least least least least some some some some ransom ransom ransom ransom to to to to Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic militants militants militants militants to to to to free free free free the the the the nun nun nun nun she she she she was was was was eventually eventually eventually eventually let let let let go go go go last last last last year year year year ransom ransom ransom ransom payments payments payments payments are are are are rarely rarely rarely rarely if if if if ever ever ever ever confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed precisely precisely precisely precisely to to to to dissuade dissuade dissuade dissuade future future future future kidnappings kidnappings kidnappings kidnappings the the the the cardinals cardinals cardinals cardinals testimony testimony testimony testimony was was was was part part part part of of of of the the the the Vatican's Vatican's Vatican's Vatican's big big big big financial financial financial financial fraud fraud fraud fraud trial trial trial trial in in in in which which which which he he he he is is is is a a a a defendant defendant defendant defendant I'm I'm I'm I'm Walter Walter Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff
Pope's Ukraine diplomacy a political and spiritual tightrope
"Pope pope pope pope Francis Francis Francis Francis hasn't hasn't hasn't hasn't made made made made much much much much of of of of a a a a diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic mark mark mark mark in in in in Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine his his his his appeals appeals appeals appeals for for for for a a a a truce truce truce truce have have have have gone gone gone gone unheeded unheeded unheeded unheeded and and and and as as as as planned planned planned planned meeting meeting meeting meeting with with with with the the the the head head head head of of of of the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian Orthodox Orthodox Orthodox Orthodox Church Church Church Church was was was was called called called called off off off off while while while while the the the the long long long long list list list list of of of of diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic dead dead dead dead ends ends ends ends would would would would appear appear appear appear discouraging discouraging discouraging discouraging it's it's it's it's par par par par for for for for the the the the course course course course for for for for the the the the Vatican's Vatican's Vatican's Vatican's unique unique unique unique brand brand brand brand of of of of diplomacy diplomacy diplomacy diplomacy it's it's it's it's a a a a policy policy policy policy that that that that straddles straddles straddles straddles geopolitical geopolitical geopolitical geopolitical realities realities realities realities with with with with spiritual spiritual spiritual spiritual priorities priorities priorities priorities even even even even when when when when they're they're they're they're at at at at odds odds odds odds with with with with one one one one another another another another Francis Francis Francis Francis has has has has called called called called for for for for peace peace peace peace in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine and and and and send send send send cardinals cardinals cardinals cardinals with with with with humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian aid aid aid aid but but but but he he he he is is is is also also also also kept kept kept kept alive alive alive alive the the the the holy holy holy holy see's see's see's see's goal goal goal goal of of of of healing healing healing healing relations relations relations relations with with with with the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian Orthodox Orthodox Orthodox Orthodox Church Church Church Church even even even even as as as as its its its its leader leader leader leader faces faces faces faces sanctions sanctions sanctions sanctions for for for for justifying justifying justifying justifying the the the the war war war war on on on on spiritual spiritual spiritual spiritual grounds grounds grounds grounds I I I I Walter Walter Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff
Vatican trial places pope, top aide at center of London deal
"The the the the former former former former director director director director of of of of the the the the Vatican's Vatican's Vatican's Vatican's financial financial financial financial watchdog watchdog watchdog watchdog agency agency agency agency has has has has testified testified testified testified the the the the pope pope pope pope Francis Francis Francis Francis asked asked asked asked him him him him to to to to get get get get full full full full control control control control of of of of a a a a London London London London property property property property at at at at the the the the center center center center of of of of a a a a Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican financial financial financial financial trial trial trial trial the the the the testimony testimony testimony testimony once once once once again again again again put put put put the the the the pope pope pope pope and and and and his his his his top top top top deputies deputies deputies deputies in in in in the the the the spotlight spotlight spotlight spotlight for for for for their their their their roles roles roles roles in in in in the the the the problematic problematic problematic problematic deal deal deal deal Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors have have have have accused accused accused accused brokers brokers brokers brokers and and and and Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican officials officials officials officials of of of of policing policing policing policing the the the the holy holy holy holy city city city city of of of of millions millions millions millions of of of of euros euros euros euros in in in in fees fees fees fees and and and and then then then then extorting extorting extorting extorting the the the the Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican of of of of fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen million million million million euros euros euros euros to to to to get get get get full full full full control control control control of of of of the the the the property property property property the the the the Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican official official official official accused accused accused accused of of of of abusing abusing abusing abusing his his his his office office office office testified testified testified testified he he he he didn't didn't didn't didn't have have have have the the the the authority authority authority authority to to to to block block block block the the the the fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen million million million million euro euro euro euro payment payment payment payment nor nor nor nor sufficient sufficient sufficient sufficient evidence evidence evidence evidence to to to to flag flag flag flag it it it it to to to to Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors as as as as suspicious suspicious suspicious suspicious I I I I Walter Walter Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff
Ukraine upset by Vatican inviting Russian to carry cross
"The the the the Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican is is is is planning planning planning planning to to to to have have have have a a a a Russian Russian Russian Russian and and and and Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian woman woman woman woman Kerry Kerry Kerry Kerry across across across across together together together together during during during during a a a a Good Good Good Good Friday Friday Friday Friday procession procession procession procession the the the the women women women women are are are are both both both both nurses nurses nurses nurses who who who who work work work work together together together together ready ready ready ready Rome Rome Rome Rome hospital hospital hospital hospital the the the the Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian ambassador ambassador ambassador ambassador to to to to the the the the holy holy holy holy see see see see blasted blasted blasted blasted the the the the choice choice choice choice given given given given Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's invasion invasion invasion invasion and and and and war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine the the the the Catholic Catholic Catholic Catholic archbishop archbishop archbishop archbishop in in in in Kiev Kiev Kiev Kiev says says says says the the the the message message message message is is is is ambiguous ambiguous ambiguous ambiguous and and and and doesn't doesn't doesn't doesn't take take take take into into into into context context context context Russian Russian Russian Russian military military military military aggression aggression aggression aggression in in in in the the the the country country country country pope pope pope pope Francis Francis Francis Francis has has has has pressed pressed pressed pressed for for for for an an an an Easter Easter Easter Easter ceasefire ceasefire ceasefire ceasefire in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine the the the the torch torch torch torch lit lit lit lit procession procession procession procession at at at at Rome's Rome's Rome's Rome's Coliseum Coliseum Coliseum Coliseum is is is is a a a a traditional traditional traditional traditional part part part part of of of of the the the the pope's pope's pope's pope's Holy Holy Holy Holy Week Week Week Week observances observances observances observances hi hi hi hi Walter Walter Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff Ratliff
How Can We Educate the Government to Reclassify Stem Cells?
"How can there be more pressure put on the federal government, especially in declaring stem cells to be drugs to get them just reclassified as, you know, frankly, the blood or anything else that we use. What is where is that in the process right now? You know, that's a really good question and I would love to have an opportunity to speak to some of the people in the Senate and even in the house or people who are actively involved in healthcare and the government level to give them a look at the latest data and safety factors. With what's been published in peer reviewed journals to show them this is something that really should be have a second look at at this point in time. But again, we'll be fighting the big industries that do whatever they can to lobby against this. It's going to be a tough, but I think it's going to be a very difficult battle. But at the same time, I think what we're doing out of the country is allowing us to gather more and more safety data to show and present to the government here that this is the future of medicine. And we have within our bodies a regenerative potential to use to really extend health span dramatically. And if I could entertain you for about a minute and tell you what happened to Vatican, this was one of the biggest moments of my life. So I was presenting my research how we could reverse the aging process in adult stem cells from 80 year old people bring their stem cells back to 30 year old functioning stem cells without moving or replacing genes. So when I finished the head cardinal and I was doing this in front of global TV and the whole college of cardinals. So they had cardinals from the Vatican science department stood up and said to me, young man, why would you want to make people live longer? It's against God's will. So you can imagine, I'm thinking, what am I going to say here? And it's funny because I looked over his head and there I saw one of the statues from Michelangelo and something it just dawned on me. So I said to him, your holiness, this is not about making people live longer. It's about helping them live healthier and giving them a few extra years of healthy quality time. Not that they're going to live longer, but they're going to be healthier the last part of their lives.
Pope Francis kisses Ukrainian flag from Bucha
"Pope pope pope pope Francis Francis Francis Francis has has has has kissed kissed kissed kissed about about about about his his his his U. U. U. U. craning craning craning craning flag flag flag flag that that that that was was was was brought brought brought brought to to to to him him him him from from from from the the the the Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian secure secure secure secure boot boot boot boot shop shop shop shop this this this this called called called called for for for for an an an an end end end end to to to to the the the the war war war war the the the the pontiff pontiff pontiff pontiff kissed kissed kissed kissed the the the the grimy grimy grimy grimy flag flag flag flag that that that that he he he he said said said said how how how how to to to to ride ride ride ride the the the the previous previous previous previous day day day day of of of of the the the the Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican from from from from butcher butcher butcher butcher where where where where alleged alleged alleged alleged atrocities atrocities atrocities atrocities by by by by Russian Russian Russian Russian troops troops troops troops took took took took place place place place while while while while kissing kissing kissing kissing it it it it Francis Francis Francis Francis said said said said this this this this flag flag flag flag it it it it comes comes comes comes from from from from the the the the war war war war from from from from the the the the malted malted malted malted city city city city this this this this is is is is not not not not forget forget forget forget the the the the people people people people that that that that that's that's that's that's just just just just not not not not forget forget forget forget the the the the people people people people of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Francis Francis Francis Francis then then then then welcomed welcomed welcomed welcomed a a a a half half half half dozen dozen dozen dozen Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian children children children children up up up up to to to to the the the the stage stage stage stage of of of of the the the the Vatican Vatican Vatican Vatican old old old old in in in in school school school school at at at at the the the the end end end end of of of of his his his his general general general general origins origins origins origins and and and and gave gave gave gave them them them them each each each each a a a a giant giant giant giant chocolate chocolate chocolate chocolate Easter Easter Easter Easter egg egg egg egg he he he he told told told told the the the the crowd crowd crowd crowd these these these these children children children children had had had had to to to to flee flee flee flee to to to to arrive arrive arrive arrive in in in in a a a a safe safe safe safe place place place place I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles de de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma
Pope releases Vatican reform, gives weight to fighting abuse
"Pope Francis is long awaited Vatican reforms were released Saturday enough fifty four page document general to the pope spent part of the day which marks the ninth anniversary of his installation addressing children the new constitution for the holy see aims to better protect minors but giving new institutional weight to efforts to fight clerical sex abuse it also prioritizes the role of the Vatican in spreading the faith and allows women to head that it can departments for the first time the document predicate Devin jelly M. or pro claiming the gospel takes effect June fifth and replaces one issued in nineteen eighty eight by pope John Paul the second I'm Julie Walker
Ovechkin ties game, scores in shootout as Caps top 'Canes
"Washington for Alex so vets can scored the lone goal in the shootout lived in the capital city for three road win over the Carolina hurricanes trailing two one after the first period Carolina got back to back goals from Vincent Trocheck and Seth Jarvis to put the hurricanes ahead three to two in the third period VetScan scored on the power play with five all four remaining in the game to tie the score and force extra time it was a Vatican's thirty ninth goal of the season defenseman John Carlson said events can can always be counted on been there in a long time and I think everyone expects him to to spring loose and showcases Townson is shot Jarvis scored two goals for Carolina well believe anti rock to me thirty seven saves in the loss Dennis **** valley North Carolina
Local churches shun Vatican's moderate stance on Russia
"The head of the Polish bishops conference has done what pope Francis has avoided doing by publicly condemning Russia's invasion of Ukraine he also urged the head of the Russian Orthodox Church to use his influence to demand Vladimir Putin stop the war and for Russian soldiers to stand down the bishops tone of the letter to the Russian patriarch was significant given the sharp contrast to the comparative neutrality used by the Vatican and pope Francis to date the Vatican has called for peace humanitarian corridors a ceasefire and a return to negotiations the pope is said the holy see is willing to do everything to put itself in service for peace referring to Ukraine as a martyred country but Francis has not publicly condemned Russia by name or its invasion I'm Walter Ratliff
Is Francis an Anti-Pope or Just a Bad Pope? Patrick Coffin Explains
"Isn't it just possible that you have a Pope that is, it's like a bad president in the sense that, yes, he is the president. Yes, he is the Pope, but. He's not doing things that are officially wrong or he doesn't have the power that faithful Catholics are giving him in a sense. Well, it's certainly true that catechesis is at an all time low in the Catholic Church in the last two generations. And I would reply that papal teaching and what we call the gift of infallibility does not only obtain when it comes to an ex cathode or from the throne dogmatic definition. Catholic Church teaches that in the ordinary magisterium. So encyclicals, absolute constitutions, the church expresses the truth about Jesus Christ and what we must do and what we must believe to be Catholics. It does not have to be that extraordinary mode of infallibility. This is important. And I'm very glad I asked you this because your clarifying something for me. I just like to know these things. That's extraordinary. Sure. I'll call it a vault. It's like an archive of official cafe teaching. You can find it on Vatican dot VA. It's called the ACTA apostolica sadist, big mouthful. It's simply means the acts of the chair of the apostles. And it's the official lexicon or vault of official teaching. And in 2015 and 2016, remember the infamous synod on the family where there's so much confusion about homosexuality and divorce from remarried Catholics suddenly being able to have received fully community without a decree of nullity. All that confusion, which was replied to by the Argentinian bishops as allowing a loophole which contradicts 2000 years of sacred tradition with respect to indiscriminate. That document, which is called a Morris letitia, by the way, I was saying that the name of the document into my cell phone and it came back amorous letitia. So that's what I call it. Amorous letitia. Both that document and the letter that was published by the Argentine bishops. Both of them are in the AAS,
Ovechkin scores 763rd goal, Caps beat Canes 4-0 to snap skid
"Alex events couldn't have Guinea because that's all scored power play goals and VTech vantage check stopped all thirty six shots he faced in the caps for nothing shut out other hurricanes a Vatican scorers thirty third goal of the season and is seven hundred sixty third in the NHL putting him three behind your merry Oscar for third place on the career list the capitals one for the first time in seven home games since January twenty second Washington had dropped three straight overall Carolina has lost two in a row and had its point streak snapped at seven games Frederick Anderson made twenty eight saves for the hurricanes I'm Dave Ferrie
"vatican" Discussed on WTOP
"Relaxing The machines not working right It's just terrible It's awful It's awful Nice Siblings are my parents I think they're a little bit stressed out right now trying to figure it out Even as many prepared to travel by getting tested But as predicted a spreads fast New York reported nearly 45,000 new cases Friday a 14% jump from the day before breaking records for the 7th time in just over a week Flight aware says more than 900 flights entering leaving or inside the U.S. were canceled That's up from 690 Friday Locally 49 total flights were canceled today across BWI dulles and DCA There were 8 canceled to BWI 19 at dulles and 22 at Reagan national At the Vatican today the Pope focused on us talking to one another On Christmas Day in his message to the city and the world Pope Francis stressed the importance of being open to dialog to resolve the large number of conflicts crises and disagreements that exist in today's world He mentioned Syria Iraq and Yemen as examples of countries where long-standing conflicts have caused endless suffering to the populations Sabina Castelfranco CBS News Rome The bidens are celebrating Christmas at The White House instead of their Delaware home and there is a very good reason for that The grand kids wanted it that way We're told the first family attended mass on Christmas Eve and that they're having pasta for their Christmas dinner a Biden family tradition Yesterday the president and First Lady paid a visit to patients at children's national hospital It marks the first time a president visited.
"vatican" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"For much too long working people of this nation in the middle class in this country have been dealt out of the American deal It's time to deal them back in Eugenics in these bills is what 81 million Americans voted for So let's get this done The president of the United States a tumultuous Thursday no other way to put it we are welcome you on Bloomberg surveillance and radio and television here As the president as the First Lady meet with the Pope at Vatican city with Pope Francis and on to speak with the secretary state of the Vatican state I should say the Vatican City state and then on the meetings with Italian leadership including Mario Draghi In 1963 another Catholic visited Rome John F. Kennedy in July the summer before his assassination and it was really quite a scene as he struggled as the first Catholic president his messaging to Europe at the time He received quite the greeting in a post World War II Italy It is very different now and from the JFK memorial square in Rome our Annie Horton joins us this morning at Washington correspondent Emory I've been watching out of the side here on my TV wall Various and sundry airlines touched down in Rome There isn't an airline from Russia There isn't an airline from China Let's start with the why Tom that is a great point Really what this is about this G 20 what's more interesting is who is not attending Xi Jinping is not attending He has not left China since the pandemic And then you have course president Vladimir Putin who has decided he's going to stay at home in Moscow as well We should also note that neither of these two leaders are going to Glasgow as well where we have a number of international leaders heading after the G 20 summit in Rome to discuss climate initiatives without these two individuals there there will still be some sort of communique that will be released but of course it is much harder We do know that the Biden administration is trying to plan some sort of sit down particularly with Xi Jinping potentially that can happen next month But again this will be virtual because Xi Jinping has not left China since the pandemic struck Can the president accomplish more in Rome than he accomplished yesterday in Washington He's facing two big struggles one at home in Washington as you mentioned And one here in Rome and the question is if he can not deliver his economic agenda at home and bridge his factitious party together what message does that send when he sits down with world leaders today in this evening Today it's going to be the president of Italy Prime minister Mario Draghi and then of course Emmanuel Macron where they try to really bridge that rift following the dispute of the submarine spat and then tomorrow it's going to be negotiations regarding the JCPOA the nuclear talks with the UK Germany and France And if the president is unable to deliver at home with some of his agenda what brings world leaders their interests really is can he deliver on a global stage That is a big question One on the Iranian nuclear deal because Iran wants to make sure it's ironclad The fact that the U.S. had a unilateral withdrawal with president Donald Trump They want to make sure that if you have a swing of domestic politics in the United States that that does not affect global agenda items also like the Paris climate accord which the president is going to struggle to deliver given the fact that his initiatives are.
"vatican" Discussed on Daily Pop
"I think it's i honestly been get so true. I think anytime you talk about mental health in a household that doesn't fully understand it and people take it as. Oh you're blaming me. Like if i went to my mother and i said hey you know some of the things you did in the past kind of like you know mess with me a little bit and this is how x y and z. I don't think it would go over as well and things. She kind of takes it from a place of like. I had to deal with so much. Like what are you coming to me with this nonsense about and made it fine. You can handle it. I think it's also like the shame and the blame. They feel like you're blaming them. When really you just kinda sorta want to get it off your chest and move on. And i don't really need an apology. I just need to say it. I just want to get out. Yes want to get it out the apology. I that person like i need the closure. I need you to say the words. I'm sorry i have this fight with my children. Sometimes because everybody please just say the words. I don't understand how those words are so hard for them to come out of people's now it is true that it is. It's really hard to come out of your mouth when they were growing up. Now to learn behaviors. If you're canadian. I say i'm sorry all the time girl the one i hate them. I don't say you're sorry. i'm sorry. I'm sorry i'm like. Stop it something. I actually apologized in like two weeks ago. not paying attention not doing something correction. She goes jody. Your star women always apologized for things they shouldn't they shouldn't be sorry for and i was like it was just feet in straps. I'm so nuts over that okay. Sorry and never will be again. Well let's sit with apology. Tour is because kim gordon as you may be apologizing soon because she wore this sexy cutout address to the holy mecca. Nevada and twitter nearly fell out. Okay kim was we kate loss and her daughter. Who dressed much more conservatively for the private tour that the rat can has a crazy strict dress code now. Kim did cover up inside with a long black coat but that didn't stop people from coming her coming for her calling the look inappropriate. What do you guys think i think. It's comical that. We are still reacting to kim kardashian. Wearing something risque and maybe not appropriate for where she's going first of all. She wore a coat so inside the vatican she was appropriately. Dressed can be naked under a coat. You're wearing a coat it's fine. She obviously took it off because she's kim kardashian and she put a look on and she wants people to see. I don't think it's that big of a deal. I think if she walked into the vatican like that that would be a problem wearing a coat over it. Black trench that is covering her entire body. Sola matt question if somebody showed up at your wedding in a black trench coat but had a white dress. I mean that's as same thing that is wearing white. You can wear white to the vatican. People don't typically tend to go with cutouts but she wore something to cover up the cutoff wearing white to a wedding like went to the vatican longtime ago with my children and my husband on vacation. And i got turned away because i had a tank top on and it wasn't even spaghetti straps. It was like a thick tank top. I was cover down to my ankles and they were like nope you come in so denied ice out while my husband kids went and went to let them go in. Got course i was enjoy it. I will figure it out another day. So this actually. It doesn't surprise me. Because it's kim and she looks gorgeous but You a bit. It does because even knowing that she wore the coat over it no. She knew what was that she knew what was under and that is like the sexiest dress. Not only what the cutouts. Which is the white lace like that is see through what's going to the middle east. And when she was packing. I literally looked at her and i said why are you going to do this self. Why are you going to cause the headache knowing that people are going to respond the way they're going to respond because you know the jam you already know what's up. Okay so for kim kardashian. She knows what's out.
"vatican" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"You're like my brother is you like to do your work. he's mechanic. He just likes to work and then press play and listen to all the shows on constant repeat. Well we have a feature like that just for you. We have a continuous player of all of our free content on the website as well. So if you like that then you can check that out. Thank you as always for your support and for listening and now onto the final story of the free thirty all right so let me tell you about this. I heard about it. And i just didn't follow up on it and a catholic like nagging at me. There was a council last week that was hosted by the vatican. They invited fao cheesy steven. Tyler is that who is the aerosmith diva guy. The guy who dresses like his daughter. Well she just like him. He is quite the princess. I saw him at jazz festivals. I think last jazz fast and boy was he fussy. He was yelling at people and everything was very us. Bit of diva. He was totally anyway. So that kind of turned me off. But he i've always oh and i went to a musicares featuring aerosmith recently. That's true so music cares is the best one ever went to. I've only been to two. But i really wanted to go to the tom. Patty wanna ninety was the next week so next year. So that's a point of contention between my husband me. He usually takes me. It's a it's an invitation only thing. The first time i went was was bob dylan and he was getting the award and all the money raised goes to charity and they have different artists playing selected songs of the person who's being like it's a tribute to that person. So bob dylan. Oh sarah gave a thirty minute speech about to find expectations. The fact that he was showed up at all and gave a speech defied expectations insane. Like at the table. Next us was bruce. Springsteen bonnie raitt crosby stills nash or whoever's left of that like at the table next to us and not take any pictures very very cool and last year not as cool or the year before whenever the last one was it was arrowsmith was just not quite as cool as the bob dylan one. Anyway that was. Why is steve tyler. Going and cheesy to hang out with pope. That's a little strange. Okay so this is the description of the event. Sorry that kind of like personal side is usually a patron fifteen feature so excuse us for getting track. I try discipline myself. So the ceos of pharmaceutical companies pfizer and madonna. Okay so the amarna guys have joined cardinals. Academics and the lead guitarist of aerosmith in opening a unique vatican conference on cove covid nineteen and other global health threats. And this is. This is what annoyed me about it. It so it's typical like debunking where they said we were addressing the issue that religious people have with vaccines. And i'm like okay. Yes that it infiltrates the genetic. It's not necessarily going to infiltrate the germline gammy. But you really don't know this is pretty experimental. The marin a the gene transaction gene induction stuff all of that stuff has a genetic component. You've got 'em rna. that's a messenger. It creates something. If you don't understand perfectly how it works and there is no way human being at this point. Can you don't know if it's going to have a longer term impact on the organism if that organism in the future reproduces. So i'm gonna say gene stuff is outside of the way the vatican approaches things..
"vatican" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"And there's also a judicial branch of the government is well. It actually has several different levels including judges a tribunal and appellate court and a supreme court. The law in vatican city is first and foremost the catholic churches canon law. But that really wasn't designed to be a legal system for territory in two thousand one. The fundamental law vatican city state was enacted which serves as the constitutional basis for the civil functioning of the vatican. This includes law from treaties at the holy see sign including money laundering and human trafficking. So despite the long history of this place called the vatican. The vatican city state is actually less than one hundred years old. It was a legal creation for the holy see to function independently nonetheless while it's very different than most countries it's still does have a few of the features which most independent countries exhibit producer of everything everywhere. Daily is thor thomsen. If you'd like to support the show please donate over at patriotair dot com. There's content only available to supporters merchandise and even opportunities for a show producer credit. If you know someone you think would enjoy the show. Please share with them. Also remember if you leave a five star review. I'll read a review on the show. First you get down on your knees fiddle with your rosaries. Bow your head with great respect and genuflect genuflect genuflect ever steps. You want if you cleared them with the onto. Everybody say his own ally is on..
"vatican" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"To creating vatican city the holy see recognize diddley and agreed to stay neutral international affairs. Italy also agreed to make a payment to the holy see in compensation for the loss of the papal states. The treaty specifies that vatican city is a new creation and not a vestige of the papal states which was officially dissolved to celebrate the treaty. Italian prime minister benito mussolini created the via della conciliatory oni. Which is the wide boulevard directly in front of saint peter's square so officially then. Vatican city has an area of one hundred and twenty-one acres the citizens of attock city number eight hundred and twenty five people as of two thousand nine hundred that includes four hundred and fifty three residents in three hundred. Seventy two diplomats residing outside of the vatican a total of about eight hundred people live in the vatican although not all our citizens that it can citizenship is given to those who worked for the vatican members of the swiss guard are given citizenship as are their families. There are two types of passports which are given out. Diplomats are issued passports from the holy see family members and other non diplomats are issued vatican city passports that can passports are in italian french and english whereas holy. Cpi sports are in latin french english. Unlike most countries vatican citizenship is only by appointment. You cannot get it by blood or by being born there. Anyone who has their vatican citizenship revoked if they have no other citizenship automatically become citizens of italy. Vatican city has no official language however the working language is italian and official documents are inland. The swiss guard being swiss use wisdom as their working language because of its small size. If it's ever on a list of countries it's usually a statistical outlier so it's usually left off. The vatican technically would have the highest crime rate in the world due to the number of pickpockets and personnel which occurred saint peter's square likewise they have the highest wine consumption per capita in the world. They also have the most popes per square mile. Given the small size they actually average five popes per square mile. Not including former.
"vatican" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Say that vatican city is unlike any other country in. The world is really a massive understatement. It's extremely small. Obviously it's an absolute monarchy but the monarch is elected. Everyone in the country was born somewhere else and has citizenship somewhere else. Including the leader of the country. In several episodes. I've touched upon the papacy in many of those stories. We'll have some in the roman empire. Whoever the story of vatican city really starts in the nineteenth century prior to vatican city there was a thing called the papal states among all the kingdoms and republics in italy there was a swatch of land in the middle of italy which was ruled by the pope. In addition to providing income for the papacy it also provided independence for the pope from the rest of the rulers in europe so long as the pope had his plot of land. Didn't have to worry about kings trying to influence. The situation changed in the nineteenth century. When italy began to unify all of the smaller entities got merged into the new greater italy in eighteen. Seventy rome itself was taken over and the pope lost the last of territorial sovereignty in may eighteen seventy one. Italy passed a law of guarantees which tried to make. The pope is citizen of italy but also allowed them to have ambassadors and other honors. The catch was the pope would not be an independent sovereign. This was rejected by pope leo the thirteenth and began a period of sixty years. Or the pope's never left the vatican leo the thirteenth and subsequent popes call themselves prisoners in the vatican three subsequent. Popes were elected and then died behind the walls of the vatican without ever leaving its grounds. This became known in diplomatic circles as the roman question. During this period countries kept sending ambassadors emissaries to the holy see and here is where. I have to explain the biggest difference between the vatican and every other country the holy see the holy see is an institution the papacy in the catholic church. A c. spelled s. is a name for a diocese or the area which has oversight by a bishop the holy see is just the name for the diocese of rome. The holy see runs vatican city but vatican city is not the holy.
"vatican" Discussed on More Content Talk
"In catholic churches is what those organizations the vatican in particular. They don't care they don't give shit about gay people. They've made that very clear it's clear. So what are you still go back there. Those people with their hand held out and asking for forgiveness when when they clearly being honest in the telling you. There isn't a path for you the way you are you you must change. That's what they meant when they were talking about changing they were talking about changing you not themselves. They're not going to change. The catch is not change okay. I don't care if that offends you..
"vatican" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"New companion stance. I saw my roommate being abused by another seminary in years in Bosque was 15 at the time of our opponents commit and you know, I was scared that you didn't understand. It was the first time I saw two people having sex over the academic year. The whistleblower said he witnessed his roommate being raped at least 100 times. The alleged abuser is 28 year old Gabriella Martinelli, who has since become a priest. The other defendant is 72 year old father, Eric, or a teach it the seminary's former rector accused of aiding and abetting the abuse. Neither defendant has yet entered a plea. As Barrett Doyle points out, the Vatican trial is being run by the Catholic Church, not a secular court, So the first question will be Can the judge be impartial? The presiding judge is a prominent Italian magistrate, formerly one of Italy's leading anti Mafia prosecutors. The pope appointed him last year is part of his reforms of Vatican bureaucracy. The trial will follow Vatican City legislation. Francesco's and at the head of a support group for victims of sex abuse worries the outcome will be influenced by traditional church doctrine indicated. I think I've been inside a CZ long is the Vatican views. Pedophilia is a crime against God, not against the individual, says N. F. D. No verdict can provide justice for the victim. If the court finds the two defendants guilty, Barrett Doyle says the Vatican must also hold their superiors to account it is really crucial that the church itself investigate. A whole network of people who failed this victim who intimidated the whistleblower. The defendants will take the.
"vatican" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast
"Hey everybody. I'm doing something a little bit unusual with this episode in that this is not a Catholic culture podcast episode. This is in effect, a republication of the audio from a recent youtube video by someone else and I asked their permission to republish the audio here because I think they deserve a bigger audience and also I think that people need to hear what they. Have, to say, I'm not actually publishing this this episode as opposed on Catholic Culture Dot Org just in the feed here because I want people want to follow a link elsewhere I want it to be directly to the YouTube channel from which this originates The link is there along with the Youtube video description in the description of this podcast episode which you can see and whatever. APP You're using the video is from the channel clues views I recently interviewed the host of this channel, Theologian Richard Dick Lou about the novell theology, and that was a you know it's it's always interesting to me what episodes really resonate with people I had no idea that so many people would be would be interested in that topic but it it got a lot. Of Downloads Richard is contributing something important with his approach to Modern Day theological and cleese y'all controversies mainly just because of his spirit of sobriety of goodwill of prayer. Charity. that he brings a things combined with intellectual rigor and kind of a lack of self aggrandizement and over-dramatizing things and the same is true of the person who joined him for this video Chris Plants. I don't WanNa make my intro too long because they have a pretty lengthy introduction themselves. In fact a safe time. Let me just read the first paragraph of the description of this video on youtube in a recent video Taylor Marshall presented what he considers to be errors in the documents of the second Vatican Council this video by Richard Aclu and Chris Plante serves as a rebuttal. It starts by highlighting general problems with Marshall's approach and the spiritual dangers at entails then goes through each of Marshall's errors. Offering corrective interpretations in light of the documents, themselves and other magisterial tax I will note that this is not a you know sort of going to war against Taylor Marshall. Personally, they do critique approach and I think justifiably so but I, you know these these views are held by more than just Taylor Marshall it's not really a personal vendetta against him and and I think you can tell that that that's not the spirit in which they do this one of their most important points I thought was. Not. So much about specific issues in the documentary they do address those as the question of what is the nature of the council's authority because you hear a lot of people say, well, you know politics said it's not a dogmatic council. So therefore, we can just ignore it and no, that's not really how. How Magistrate him works so just because it's not defining dogma doesn't mean that it's not still binding on Catholics as a valid ecumenical council. So I think you'll find this really engaging and and. Even edifying especially, if you've been following these controversies over to recently. So again, the original show notes on the decline views video are included in the show for this episode along with the link to the video that includes the time stamps to different sections of their discussion, which because I've recorded, this little introduction will not be entirely accurate, but they're still close enough that they'll be helpful in navigating it. I highly encourage you to go and subscribe to declare his views on youtube right enjoy. All rights begin with prayer in the name of the father and of the son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen Amen. Come Holy Spirit. So the hearts of your faithful and kindling them the fire of your love send forth your spirit and they shall be created an you shove renewed the face of the earth. Ogun who by the light of the Holy Spirit did instruct the hearts of the Faithful. Grant that by the same spirit, we may be truly wise and ever rejoice his constellations through Christ our Lord Amen Amen in the father of the son of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Well. Thank you Chris for joining me for this video on. Taylor Marshall on airs Vatican two. and. If you just want to take a quick moment, it's good to have you on and just introduce yourself to those who might be familiar. Yeah. Thanks. So much for having me Yeah. So some you guys might know me from early shows that I did with Tim and Dave Gordon on rules for retrograde retrograde and and So I was on for about a month and then I got off I. My background is grew up in Los Angeles and. Hemlock conversion went and studied theology efforts, skin and. Of eventually got a job teaching out here in Los Angeles. So I teach biology out here in L. A. and Actually Tim and I worked at the same school the teachers in Bakersfield for a little bit. That's how we met each other but Yeah. I'm just a ordinary kind of Catholic and I done a few of these these shows with with Richard on over at Friends of God institute so. We developed a friendship and at the same interest in same same sort of the logical background a little bit and stuff like that. So Yeah. I'm excited to be here and I think it's an important topic to address and talk about and so I'm glad to be here. Thanks so much for having me. Appreciate you coming on. I do find our conversations typically are much better than my monologues so. She you coming on I'm usually at my best when I'm talking with someone about it. Those of you who are new the channel or new to my videos in general. Your my background is in. Well multiple degrees in theology of Bachelors and then MESS TB which is a basically a master's level degree that requires almost seventy.
"vatican" Discussed on AP News
"Them for the Vatican's meetings of bishops in the Amazon region should George for later this year which one follows Francis is historic decision this month to name seven women as members of the Vatican's congregation for religious orders giving them a voice for the first time in matches affecting the lives of sisters within the Roman Catholic Church radio news who are the house passes a two year budget plan that includes extending the federal debt limit the Senate is scheduled to approve the bill next week Roger add stability to the effort for Congress to complete work on a nearly one point four trillion dollars in an appropriations bill in the fall house Democrats talk about their August recess agenda not impeachment today soccer Madani has more the house leaves town tomorrow for five weeks that speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats have big plans we won't on August and they get too hot to handle for the Senate not to take up our our bills on streamlining government and lowering healthcare and prescription drug prices hello see did not mention Robert Muller's testimony or impeachment as she and other Democrats gathered on the house steps to mark their to wonder if the day and the majority I can't figure out is what they're celebrating top house Republican Kevin McCarthy says there's too much party infighting for Democrats to do anything this is not a family fight this is a war in a few sauger may Donnie Washington sixteen marines stationed at southern California's camp Pendleton were called out a battalion formation and arrest today as part of an investigation in the human smuggling here's the AP's Jennifer king on July third two camp Pendleton base marines were arrested and accused of transporting undocumented immigrants U. S. border patrol agents reportedly saw three immigrants jump into the marines car on interstate eight north of the border near to cut today according to a federal complaint the undocumented immigrants told agents they agreed to pay the marines eight thousand dollars to take them north from the border to Los Angeles now officials say they've arrested sixteen more marines following an investigation and human smuggling another eight or being questioned about alleged involvement in drug offenses as part of a separate investigation I'm Jennifer king this is a P. radio.
"vatican" Discussed on Z104
"It is called I your Vatican medicine eight your verdict medicine which is an ancient Indian healing system that includes and I quote lots of enemas lane in out yeah yes hi Katie yourself loves it she says you don't really feel more energy it basically gets all the crap out of you every Piney intended good to my god man Zemin's evil and all his plans you want for he is and then I was fully yeah yeah so hopefully fully you well yeah we go home he can I get that did I get that mother beat one of my friends can I get around that remember I'm try right yeah I think.
"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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"Is this Schnitt show? Come on the air with this horrific scene at a Paris. Welcome Schnitt here on a Monday in the plants today were talking about tax day and the mullahs report the redacted version coming out on Thursday, all color coded. And of course, the continuing saga with Ilhan, Omar. And you know, her, you know, so called the victimization here a lot of stuff on the table already. And then we have this this this nightmare. We've got this this horrific scene and Paris and the burning and near destruction of the cathedral of Notre Dom. Now, I consider myself fortunate enough, I have been to France, I've been to Paris I have been to the cathedral. I've been inside Notre Dom. And it is phenomenal. I've also been to the Vatican three times in Roman in Vatican City and Notre dumb is essentially. Saint Peter's basilica to Paris. I mean, it is an amazingly historic building its beauty. It's architecture the priceless religious artifacts inside was by. No means an expert on Catholocism by no means an expert on Catholic churches around the world. But I have been to. In in London in Paris in France in in enroll Vatican. I I've been to a lot of these buildings, and they are awesome. I mean, you stand there you look. And you just breathe it all in in all and now as we embark on Easter week. And of course, Good Friday coming up and Easter Sunday coming up this Sunday to have one of the largest symbols of at least, the Catholic architecture on the planet to have it virtually destroyed. I I'm watching a wall video here, folks. And it is just unbelievable. Trying to fathom the the enormity of what has happened in Paris. Now, it looks like it's a little after nine o'clock eastern. So it's a free o'clock here on the east. It's a little bit after nine o'clock in Paris right now, again, just trying to this take in the scope of this. And again, we'll we'll shift the trajectory just. The Ted here and talk about what we know will grab some of your phone calls if you are a Catholic, and of course, as we are just days away from Easter Sunday. And of course, Good Friday, your thoughts, if you're a Catholic or non Catholic I'd like to take your phone calls here as we're watching this unbelievable tragedy on full at this point. We have no news on injuries reports are the fire broke out just after the cathedral just after Notre Dom closed to tourists and tour groups for the day. And again at this point, we have no word of any injuries. So if no one has been injured or nobody has been killed, and obviously that's an extreme positive here. But the building. As we know it is done the building as we know it has. Been destroyed. You know, the front, I guess, we call it. The the edifice that the front of the building remains standing, but the bulk of this building the interior of the roof of Pierce collapsed. There is video being played over and over and over again, it's on social media a reporter with AFP, which is the French press agency, which is assaults frauds press. A reporter took video of the actual famous spire of Notre dumb collapsing. And that videos on on Twitter. I saw it's also being rebroadcast on cable news as we speak. The number here on Schmidt is eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine I'm getting sent messages I've got emails coming in. I it's just trying to take all this in and the cause of the fire. Let me get threaten the second. Hold on got. I've got messages from producers all kinds of stuff coming in here that I want to just digest for a second. And because something fed, you know, new information. Essential breaking news here. Like, so what we know is that Notre dumb? Has been undergoing a revitalization. It's been undergoing a restoration project. And there has been a lot of scaffolding up on the roof and around portions of Notre Dom, and it appears that the fire broke out in the roof in inside of the scaffolding area. So you know, one would think that this could be a construction accident. I mean, this does happen. I remember there was roofing work being done. I mean, not the compare this building to Notre Dom. But I remember at one of the big hotels in Las Vegas. There was roofing being done. And it was a huge fire was the Monte Carlo one of the hotels in Vegas, maybe ten years ago, or so I there have been other construction accidents with where this there's another incident I think of semi significance or I'm trying to recall where roofing materials also set. A building on this does happen. So again, I if this was caused by the construction by the restoration of Notre Dame will the irony there, obviously is beyond description beyond words that here you try to restore and you end up destroying this what eight hundred fifty year old building. And certainly one of the landmark Catholic churches on planet earth, which is virtually destroyed. And again, what is inside were. They able to a save artifacts. We don't know what happened underneath essentially Notre dumb is award shell inside. It's a wooden construction. I should say the shell is is the stone that you see? But inside as I've quickly done some research on the construction, it's it's really a wood frame and a wood interior that has surrounded by a stone. Shell. And you know that old. I mean, you got to be dealing with essentially kindling here an extremely brittle and dry would. I don't know what the fire suppression systems are inside Notre Dom or if they had sprinkler systems, but this blaze folks, I it looked to be out of control and completely not under any control for a couple of hours. And in fact, it looked like the fire was bidding to die down. And then the fire seemed to grow even greater than we saw the spire collapsed again the response. The response from firefighters also appears to have been slow slowed by a traffic, and the fact that the the geography of Notre Dame where it is. It's it's not. Remarkably easy to get the chokepoints. But it seemed that Harris firefighters it seemed that they took a long time to be able to get to this fire to begin dousing the cathedral. With water, which is another curiosity here. And now you got to wonder what is the fire plan? I mean what what training has been done. And and what systems in place in in the case, you'd have something like this occur. So, you know, slow response. And of course, the fire breaking out during rush hour in Paris. You know, these are all head scratchers. I mean, there are a lot of questions, obviously. So, you know, the restoration process again on the roof around the spire, it seems and on the rear of Notre Dom is where some of this restoration was was occurring reports that I was digging up as I was quickly scrambling to figure out what the construction project was. There was a an issue that was noticed where there were some cracks were discovered in the facade of Notre Dame. So I would imagine that this project was the prior to shore up some of the cracking in the facade of Notre Dom. You know, you look at the the number of people, and this is an unending tourist attraction for the country of France for the city of Paris. You know, I I don't know what draws more people the Eiffel tower or Notre Dom. But they must be very close at this. Notre dot might even actually get more tourists. I saw some numbers that about thirteen million people year. Visit Notre Dom and per day it somewhere between thirty and fifty thousand people per day. And again, doing some quick research, the structure all what an interior with that stone shell and here we are Easter week, which is just the horrific timing here. And of course. His building of remarkable religious importance virtually destroyed again the front of the church. I guess you call it the the front of the church, which is primarily stone. That's still standing but behind. Disappears at the whole roof has collapsed. Then you gotta wonder again about the priceless artifacts religious artifacts. And paintings and sculpture. And I mean, really unbelievable..
"vatican" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"W. Over in Vatican City right now, the pope pope Francis has convened a four day summer got underway yesterday. Vatican has bishops from about one hundred and thirty countries and all of this is designed to prevent future cover-ups by the Catholic church globally to a massive problem that they had with priests molesting children. They just defrocked a cardinal last week. Actually, the guy was the cardinal of my arch of oversaw a diocese in in New Jersey, many many years ago, I in any way, shape or form. This is a huge problem that at least now is being addressed by the Catholic church. He is stationed in Vatican City for this right through Sunday. He is ABC's David Wright. And he's kind enough to join us now here on seven hundred wwl w David good morning. And thank you for joining us. We appreciate it. Good morning. Thanks for having me. Okay. So it sounds like and just watching your reports and listening to some of the stuff that that you've been sending along since it started. It sounds like there's a an attempt at least by the church to make to make make a healing process. I don't want to say more accessible, but accepting the fact that there is a problem here, which the churches duct and run from for centuries. What are you sensing there from the victims you've talked to, and where do you sense, the sincerity is this not not necessarily with the pope? But with the rest of the others that are convened there. Well, it's like anything. When people talk about recovery. The first step is admitting you have a problem. And I think the very fact that they're having this summit at this time with representatives from every Catholic. Taya's has bishops cardinals from around the world. Is that they recognize the two major problem. It's also a time when law enforcement has stepped in where church leaders have refused or fear to tread. So they recognize that this is a problem. There's a gun to their head to some extent in terms of dealing with the problem. You know? This is an issue that obviously goes back many years, and Cincinnati was among the first is criminal indictments as a result of criminal investigations as a result of this candle for the many, many survivors and victims, you know, they're wondering why it took so long to have a meeting. Yeah. I mean, and you speak about the places to Cincinnati here, and what has gone on in Pennsylvania. As I said in the intro. They had a cardinal defrocked fired in essence, and then defrocked this week. So unlike maybe some of his predecessors pope Francis. I think wants to embrace this. And he's a very, I'm a Roman Catholic. He is a very progressive pope. And maybe this is just part of his grand plan. You spoke with one of the victims and survivors, Phil sauvignon. Oh, who was part of that terrific movie? That was or historic was part of that terrific movie that came out several years ago, the Boston spotlight a movie what what was your feeling after talking with him? And what did what did he did he feel like this was at least a positive step? It does feel like this is a positive step fell told me that he's been, you know, coming to Rome for a long time. Now, sadly addressing this issue trying to raise awareness, and this is the first time that he felt that somebody inside the Vatican in a position to make a difference is listening. And so that's a positive sign that said, you know, he says he's been dealing with this issue for twenty eight years now and. Why did it take so long? It's kind of ridiculous that they should have come to Jesus moment. Now, I think what you're seeing in. The Catholic church is the church has made great strides in terms of dealing with priests who abused children. There are new safeguards in place in across the United States. For instance, where if an allegation is made, and then then a certain procedures kick in and you know, they deal with it what they haven't done a good job at is dealing with bishops in many cases for decades, moved priests from one parish to another before the two thousand and two Dallas charter was adopted. And so you know, there's an awkward question. Now, there's a generation of leaders in the Catholic church who may be complicit to one degree or another in having people around. And if they were really to take a transparent accounting of bishops who knew but look the other way that we might say. A bloodbath. The leadership. Exactly, you might not have a lot of people that are in a good sense. You might not have a lot of the folks that are that are staffing, these these churches, the priests the bishops the archbishop's, I mean, it it goes so wide and so deep. Yeah. You might have a real attrition rate there this ends on Sunday. But there's not going to be any any definitive declaration. I it sounds like it's a first step and that there will be other things like that. But there's not going to be any great proclamation at the end of this is there there may be some proclamation. The pope will have some words to say on Sunday. And there will be we're told possibly some sort of paper statement that comes out of this. But you're absolutely right. This at the beginning of the conversation, that's not the end of the conversation. And after they deal with the protection of minors. They're going to have to deal with other wrinkles of this candle from the abuse of nuns and seminarians to preach to father children Melissa's automobile jelly. Yeah. Well, we're following you and your reports and they're just terrific. And we know the time difference between here there. Thank you so much for your time here. Cincinnati on seven hundred wwl w thanks for having me, David Wright, ABC news. It is it's an embarrassment to anybody that practices that religion. As I have for all of my sixty seven years, it is just an absolute embarrassment. But this pope who politically he is for some tough pill swallow, at least is taking this odd where his predecessors were just either blind to it or enabled it or would just plain stupid enough not to see it. And I give him credit for that eight forty nine News Radio seven hundred wwl w let's take a look at traffic outside. Here's Jason Earhart. What's going on it seems to be thinning out? Jason the rush hour is winding down. That's good news for us. Things are starting to ease up a little bit couple spots. You want to look out for northbound seventy five still slow buttermilk pike to the bridge. Four seventy one stand out nicely, south seventy-one. You'll still see some brake lights around Stewart down toward ridge. Look at it. Eastbound 275 if you're traveling out near Moscow road on east to seventy five use some caution. There's some roadwork went on the left shoulder there. So be careful through that area. And so other good news. They have. The process of finishing up cleaning up the bell landslide. Mary Ingalls highway between river and tower hill. We're hearing that may well open up here. Very shortly. Jason Earhart on NewsRadio seven.
"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..