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"papal palace" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"If you have been blessed in some way by the spiritual nourishment and teachings offered freely by all those involved with discerning hearts programs. Please consider a positive review for the various programs on the i tunes and google play stores. This is a great way to help the ministry and is an encouragement to others who are seeking the best and spiritual formation to find and check out the program. Won't you please help. It's an easy way to help. Give back and to be a part of the mission. Thank you and god bless from all at this earning hearts we now return to the doctors of the church. The care is some of wisdom with doctor matthew. Matthew we've been encouraged folks to visit the letters to actually engage by reading the dialogue of saint catherine of sienna in there so much more in even finding different versions of her life. But there are those those times in history where she really breaks and and that's where most people come to know her in just essentially that moment in avenue. Yes there are a lot of pieces of art that you can find in museums all over the world. I think of a few that come to mind. In fact that the i saw in sienna alone that you can find an avenue on what was going on well. The there was a great scandal in the church and that was that really from around the early fourteenth century from around thirteen. O five the pope's who were entirely legitimate. There's always a misunderstanding. Sometimes at the pope's words on how anti-popes they were not legitimate successors vickers of christ. They were but they chose under the influence of the kings of france to live away from rome and they chose is their place. The city avenue in in france and it was there that they had the the papal palace and it was there that a number of the pope's of that era throughout the fourteenth century actually did a great deal of good but it was nevertheless Seen by many in the church as a kind of exile and it was for that reason the writers such as petrarch coined the term the babylonian captivity of the papacy a reference to the captivity of the israelites in babylon after the fall of jerusalem and pressure has been building on the pope's to to move back around but it was a difficult decision to make for two reasons first. There was the political side of the french kings. The other though was the practical side that in the decades that the popes had been away from rome the city the eternal city had deteriorated rapidly. Its economic life suffered from the absence of the pope's. It's a political wife was one of constant turmoil. Brigandage was everywhere in the papal states. That surrounded row and The pope's were able to exercise only to varying degrees of success. Any sort of administrative control over the life of the city which as you can imagine given the tortured history of rome was a dangerous situation. Catherine went to in thirteen. Seventy six and implored pope gregory the eleventh to go back. She exercised in mentz influence on him and she convinced the pope to go back and the result was the departure of the pope's from avenue on back to rome where they belonged. Now what's interesting is that with gregory's death in thirteen seventy eight. The cardinals numbers at the college of cardinals. Who at that time were mostly. French elected an italian and he took the name. Urban six who unfortunately upon his election proved a less than perfect pope his temperament was severe and he swiftly alienated most of the french cardinals who voted That they were compelled to elect urban the six hundred arrests from the roman mob and therefore was an invalid election which it. It was a perfectly valid election and in turn elected an anti pope clement. The seventh who went back to what was catherine's reaction. She gave the rest of her life to trying to heal. What became known as the great western chisholm. She tried to exercise as much influence on urban the sex. If you read her letters She's exhorting him to improve his temperament to compromise to deal with this crisis in a way that that was worthy of the successor of peter of the vicar of christ and on the other side she wrote innumerable letters trying to bring back those areas of the church that had chosen for political reasons to follow clement. The seventh the anti pope and her concerns about this proved true. That was not going to be healed for a long time. I wasn't healed until fourteen. Seventeen it damaged severely the prestige and influence of the pope's in an away then helped lay the groundwork for the disasters that followed on the essentially later with the protestant revolted the product formation. So catherine was instrumental in bringing the post back to rome and then Gave as i said the rest of her life trying to heal the breach the followed she would go to rome. Stay in a minute mimicking house. Essentially which is not too far from santa maria sopra. Minerva the church in rome dedicated essentially to the dominicans and not too far from the pantheon. I should say here. She would live the remainder of her life with in failing health literally as they have described. It would almost crawl from that point. What is that. Matthew may be about a mile mile yes about at that time to go to pray to try to see some type of positive conclusion which she wouldn't see in her lifetime. Not unlike.
"papal palace" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"What an extraordinarily arrogant idea monstrous monstrous. I mean right now we have as we are speaking. And i don't know whether this place is conversation too much time and no it's okay. It's fine but i will say this. We all speaking on a day. In which a a person who identifies themselves As of the faith that i was not tied into the church of the holy cross in birkenhead has been an pardon this expression trumped by the pontiff who has acknowledged yes the right for people to have same sex union while the newly appointed supreme court justice is supposed to have a sympathy. Shall we say or at least adhered to rather extremists form of catholicism that is the contradicts had the pope. I mean maybe he'll excommunicate. She should judge in that way. That would be interesting yet. If if vonnegut where writing it. Perhaps that would have well actually with this pope. I wouldn't discount it. No i haven't no. I haven't felt so. In certain. Instances there are very many things that are that are the that all the law of the the dictates handed down which i find. Deeply superstitious offensive and many many people would feel that way. But in this this is almost of an insurgence from within the The papal palace well yes he is. He is almost even though he's the the ruler of it. He is almost an insurgent. You're saying is that what you're saying because it's so that yes. Yes only one document. You can't say he's all good and this is the problem we say. Aren't we hardware. Live in this world of absolutes. And that's why songs and works of art. Have some use in expressing things. It's not that we know more. An anime were constantly lectured by you know hectoring commentators are. We shouldn't abuse the platform of our stage where we live in are gated golden policies. While i know somebody that lives in a golden palace. But it isn't me. I i've been a working man more days of my life than certain people in positions of power and and so you can back right away. You know from me with if you come with me at that accusation I i am the i'ma example of the very person that you had a revolution to get you know about i have a. I'm a person who pays. Taxes would no representation in the united states. So i'll say what i damn. well please. I speak on behalf of but not full my thirteen year. Old boys are american citizens. I by the way not only paying taxes but create a lot of work like any working person for other people in the services that i pay for which are merican businesses. So i i'm entitled to a point of view. I'm not forcing it on anybody else. I'm only singing songs. And you won't find many of my songs that that are dogmatic or party-political they they may be by observation political observe certain things events and they're my emotional response to that but i don't get the idea that ought has no place in making these comments and proposing other possibilities. There are wonderful paintings films books even songs that have had a place in all of that and maybe trying not to have the last word is is one of the best things that one can do and your heart and your ears to what other things are out there in the world perhaps another point of view another another idea some riches that we haven't yet discovered no doubt. I mean i agree completely and art particularly your art. Elvis has has always. I agree with you. it's not dogmatic at all. In fact it's it's it's asking questions and putting putting your point of view out there about human nature and you rarely call out specifically structural issues. You're talking about people. And and behaviors is your wifi struggling to keep up with your streaming work gaming video calling and more what.
"papal palace" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Oh, well, he's gone but then the bodies of Pedro called her own and a maid who was punt the Salah was also found on the Tiber in February fourteen, ninety eight, they were stabbed to death thrown in the Tiber. wonder how that happened and then in March fourteen hundred. As a ambassador complained that lucrative had given birth, but this was denied by other sources care. Regardless, there was a baby, a mystery baby that was in the Borgia household. He was named Giovanni, but is known to historians as the Infants Roma's. So he was referred to as just the infant of Rome for a very long time, which is kind of creepy. Either way in fifteen o one when he was three two people, Bulls issued concerning the child came in the first how wow I know well, Alexander didn't have a lot going on. I'm very obsessed with my family even though there's a lot of infighting without city state to people bulls about a three year old basically. Yeah. Oh, that's the other thing about Italy should know about this time. So the reason why there is so much infighting and that people are like so Italy was not a unified country at this point and actually Italy wouldn't be unified until like the nineteenth century I think if not a little bit later. There are talion city states. So there were people states that the pope was in charge but not all of them. So not all of Italy was under the pope regardless if you're a an Italian citizen who was like who believed in the Pope or not like if you lived in a papal state, you were run by the pope. So there's a lot of infighting with all these political families to try and take over the city states. So that's why. But anyway, the first papal bull he was recognized as chase at his child from an affair before his marriage. So they're like, oh, it's chase his baby. The second contradictory Papal Bowl. Recognized him as the son of Pope Alexander the sixth which seems insane because the he released he's supposed to be chaste and married to Jesus. Yeah and he was like, don't worry. It's my baby Jay forget the first one correction retraction mine. Lucrative has not mentioned in either one of these pulse KKAT. And rumours that she was his mother had never been proven. So, and also the second papal bull was kept secret for many years. So Giovanni was basically assumed to be a son. So that's Giovanni. So within a month. Pope, Alexander like let's get lucrative Yata here. Let's get her married to somebody in. Let's get some stuff going on. So this was going to be the tits like this is going to be his big one. So the perspective groom was Alfonso of Aragon, who is the illegitimate son of the now abdicated king of Naples. He was also the brother to locate the old Okay. So lucrative wasn't the only people child with new prospects with the once promising Giovanni debt. Alexander. decided to pull as a made a cardinal out of the church and sent him on a more secular path to power. He was like, all right. You'RE GONNA take over for Giovanni. You're going to be my. My political guy out there yep. So Lucrative Alfonso were married in the summer of forty, nine, hundred, eight, a sumptuous nuptial zoo. She's like nineteen years old she's. Nothing she's she's still a kid. Chase at a ends up being Charlotte del Bray who has sister of the King of Navarra. Who happened to be the political enemy of Alfonso and Sancha? Enemy. Oh my gosh. So many enemies. So Alfonso was like well, Jeez, if you're GONNA marry my enemy that I gotta get Outta here. So he fled Rome And he left behind Luke Great. Zia who was six months into her second pregnancy of the year. After suffering in miscarriage in February, this is. Miscarry all the time. This poor girl could not keep a baby. It was very awful so. He wrote to look great say asking her to join him in Naples, but Alexander was like you're not going anywhere. So he appointed her governor of Spoleto. A position usually held by Cardinal. So he was like you can't be your husband but I'm GonNa make you super powerful how so she ended up being a competent leader and administrator, which is something that she ended up being really good at an actually really enjoying later in life. So then. Was Fifteen hundred. Sorry you're drinking at the time ever. Sorry. So Alfonso was buried in fifteen hundred he was probably murdered by chase at or one of his goons. Chase head recently allied himself with France about Naples. And rumors of incest sprang up again this time during that Shays it ahead killed lucrative husband out of jealousy because he really wanted her some even speculated that liquidity had been in on the crime, which is also like. This is where her bad reputation comes from that. She because her husband's just ended up just like keep saying they're dying or they keep getting kicked out or whatever, and she's and she kept going like. Now and people were like your a terrible person. which historically, she may not have been I. mean she was she aligned herself with their family like she wasn't completely innocent, but it was probably her brother's father who were doing most of the dirty work so. Lucia and. Had One child who was named Rodrigue go of Aragon and he was born in fourteen, ninety nine. So this very short marriage. Produced one child. So. We gotta talk about the banquet of Chestnuts Dino with the Bangladesh chestnuts is town sounds like a delightful Christmas doesn't it? Fun Like Cozy Berry Ling. Like guys come over. Over next weekend, we're having our banquet of chestnuts God see. This is not safe for work I'M GONNA. Tell you the next couple of thirty seconds to a minute is put. We're put the tag on Soda for Good Reason. So between her husband's lucrative may or may not have intended an infamous party that or may not have happened, which is called the banquet or the ballet of chestnuts. It was a party in. Rome. Particularly, a supper party purportedly held in the papal palace by. Chase at a Borja on October Thirtieth fifteen o one. An account of the banquet is preserved in a Latin diary. Johans Bouchard, but its accuracy is disputed. So these are my my. Disclaimers plumbers. So this is what he wrote. Quote on the evening of the last day of October fifteen o one at Barsha arranged a banquet in his chambers in the Vatican. With quote fifty honest prostitutes called courtesans who danced after dinner while the attendance and others were present at first in their garments than naked. After dinner, the candelabra with a burning candles or was taken from the tables and place on the floor and chestnuts were strewn around which the naked courtesans picked up creeping on hands and knees between the Chandeliers. Pope Chase A and a sister lucrative looked on. Finally prizes were announced for those who could performed the act most often with the courtesans such as tunics of silk, shoes Baratz and other things. So basically a banquet. Yeah. What a nice banquet..
"papal palace" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"What do you envision? This looks like because for her the road to authentic spiritual life begins with detachment from sem. It begins with the separation of ourselves from all of the sin in our lives it stands as an impediment but more equally that stands as a way of deluding ourselves in our spiritual progress stands a wall between us. And what does that mean it? It's love but it's also humility and obedience one of the hallmarks of those who talk about being spiritual but not religious who rely solely on themselves for what they think is is spiritual. Enlightenment is pride. It's an unwillingness to surrender themselves to God in their lives to really transform their lives the of the virtues to submit themselves to an authority greater than themselves to act out of love but to act out of humility obedience. Catherine is a perfect role model for us in understanding why humility why obedience Y. Love. Why the virtues are the fundamental building blocks of the Spiritual Life Matthew. We've encouraged folks to visit the letters to actually engage by reading the dialogue of Saint Catherine of Sienna in your so much more in even finding different versions of her life but there are those those times in history where she really breaks in. And that's where most people have come to know her in this essentially that moment adleman young yes. There are a lot of pieces of art that you can find in museums all over the world. I think of a few that come to mind in fact the I saw in Encina alone that you can find an avenue on what was going on while the there was a great scandal in the church and that was that really from around the early fourteenth century from around thirteen. O Five. The the pope's who are entirely legitimate. There's always a misunderstanding. Sometimes the pope's words somehow anti-popes that they were not legitimate successors vickers of Christ. They were but they chose under the influence of the Kings of France to live away from Rome and they chose as their place the city of Avenue in in France and it was there that they had the the Papal Palace. It was there that a number of the pope's at Euro throughout the fourteenth century actually did a great deal of good but it was nevertheless seen by many in the church as a kind of exile and it was for that reason that the writers such as petrarch coined term the Babylonian captivity of the Papacy a reference to the captivity of the Israelites in Babylon. After the fall of Jerusalem and pressure has been building on the post to move back to Rome but it was a difficult decision to make for for two reasons. First there was the the political side of the French kings. The other though was the practical side that in the decades that the pope's had been away from Rome the city the eternal city had deteriorated rapidly. Its economic wife had suffered from the absence of the pope's it's a political wife was one of constant turmoil. Brigandage was everywhere in the papal states. That surrounded Rome and the pope's were able to exercise only to varying degrees of success. Any sort of administrative control over the life of the city. Which as you can imagine given the tortured history of of Rome was dangerous situation. Catherine went to avenue on in thirteen. Seventy six and implored gregory the eleventh to go back. She exercised in men's in Florence on him and she convinced the pope to go back and result was the departure of the pope's from avenue. Back to Rome where they belonged now. What's interesting is that with? Gregory's death in thirteen seventy eight. The cardinals numbers at the College of Cardinals. Who At that time were mostly? French elected an Italian anti took the name. Urban six who unfortunately upon his election proved a less than perfect pope. His temperament was severe and he swiftly aided most of the French cardinals who voted that they were compelled to elect urban six under duress from the Roman mob and therefore it was an invalid election which it. It was a perfectly valid election and in turn elected an anti Pope Clement. The seventh who went back to avenue what was Catherine's reaction. She gave the rest of her life to trying to heal. What became known as the Great Western Chisholm? She tried to exercise much influence on urban sex. Read her letters She's exhorting him to improve his temperament to compromise to deal with this crisis in a way that that was worthy of the successor of Peter. The Vicar of Christ and on the other side she wrote innumerable letters trying to bring back those areas of the church. That had chosen for political reasons to follow Clement. The seventh the anti-pope and her concerns about this proved true that the system was not going to be healed for a long time wasn't healed until fourteen. Seventeen it damaged severely the prestige and influence of the pope's away then helped lay the groundwork for the disasters that followed on the essentially later with the Protestant to the Protestant reformation so catherine was instrumental in bringing the post back to Rome and then Gave as I said the rest of her life to trying to heal the breach followed. She would go to Rome. Stay at a Dominican House essentially which is not too far from Santa Maria sopra. Minerva the church in Rome dedicated essentially to the Dominicans and not too far from the Pantheon. I should say here. She would live. The remainder of her life would in failing health literally as they have described. It would almost crawl from that point. What does that Manson may be about a mile mile about janitors at that time to go to pray.
"papal palace" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"I have audio if you're interested. It isn't a joke. I have audio of the ninety seven year old gentleman right here on one or two five the bone. Well, computer, hasn't frozen walls, rather refreshing continue, John. I'm not. I know we're not the biggest into religion here on this show. But there are very few things that I know about scripture, things like that. The one thing that I know is, is the Lord's prayer is everybody here, know that why would we do? What is it? Oh, wait. Hold on our father who aren't having hollow beat. I name name done yet. I learned in many, many times at the beginning of Olympics skit song. Exactly. Well, pope Francis. Getting a little bit of flack and shocking the world because pope Francis as of today has changed the Lord's prayer many people have it memorized, the adjustment here. Our father has a small adjustment that has been authorized by the leader of the Catholic church. The words lead us, not intimidation will now be officially changed in the Catholic church to do not let us fall into temptation, because the pope believes that the Lord would never lead you to temptation. So this is a very big deal in the in the Catholic community. The churches have been officially changed or the, the, the prayer. Okay. Now I understand that. Tread lightly here. I understand that the pope is supposed to be the closest thing to God that Catholics have on the planet earth. So when he is elected pope in the weird, I'm sorry in the unique ceremony that they have with the black smoke and whatnot. I read angels and demons. He's allowed to just tweak Lord's prayer. I I'm not criticizing because I'm not Catholic. I don't know. But this guy's been tweaking. A lot of kind of general theories. I mean, pope pope Francis is the cool pope. He's the one who's kind of come out and pushed the agenda a little bit on acceptance of, you know, gay people within the Catholic church. So he's not afraid to step out of the, the norm. But yes, I was I didn't think the Lord's prayer was something that could be tweaked or change seems to me like that would be a little bit. Holy. But who am I to question his holy most? Holy who are you? I understand that they're going to start playing when he does make appearances instead of the, the pope, March or whatever they play they're going to play Depeche mode. People are people. Or arrested development's everyday people. The Catholic humor. Oh, it's up PAL. That's like related to the pope. Is that the hat that they wear? No. The when when you're referring to the pope something has PayPal. Oh, like the where he would live would be the papal palace. Now, pop hell. No, that's paper in Spanish, as you know, as we will pop. Hell, okay. Yeah. So Scott Peterson the guy who faces eleven criminal charges for failing to confront the goat gunman at the parkland massacre. Not the same Scott Peterson who killed his wife but didn't kill his wife know he is not accepting his punishment in all aspects right up front. A hearing is set for today for fifty six year old, Scott Peterson who wants to be released on his own reconnaissance rather than posting one hundred and two thousand dollar bond. He is willing to put up all real estate and everything that he owns as collateral. I thought that number. It seemed high because I just don't know if this is the kind of guy that you look at the that would escape or run away Brad. What seven seven counts of child neglect. So, yeah, that's going to be probably a higher pyre Bon. No. Yeah, man. This one's a tough one. I would want to know if this guy does seem capable of though killing himself. This is the type of guy. I think that you let out and then he ends up killing himself course because you already have the grief and the guilt of second guessing your actions, even even if you know, in your heart, you did all, you could you still feel like you could have done more to save those kids have already killed himself if this happened so long ago. No, because he can self medicate on the outside with booze. And whatever else he's using. I'm not saying he does. Right. Can once you go into jail? It's you and your thoughts in. I don't know where his head was. But from everything that I tell it seems like the charges that were brought down on him. We're maybe heavier than he ever expected. I don't know if even going through this process. He expected that he could probably spend the rest of his life in prison. No. And people who do things can get caught up in a moment and do them. And then afterwards justify them. But when you're forced to confront your actions or lack thereof while you're in a cell alone. For twenty hours a day. I don't know dude. They, I I'm not saying he should end his own life by any stretch of the imagination. It's an awful story all the way around and putting him in jail isn't gonna bring those kids back. Is it going to make the next school resource officer run towards the action instead of away? I don't know. Bigfoot enthusiasts like myself or very, very excited yesterday win the FBI dropped the Bigfoot file with all information from a FBI perspective that they have on sasquatch, aka Bigfoot, twenty two pages of documents released on Wednesday from the FBI's record vaults into the Bigfoot investigation, specifically stemming from nineteen seventy six when a man named Peter Byrne who at the time was the head of the, the big foot research, organization sent them. I'm sorry. I had just a little the second throat. Did you say the big four the Bigfoot resource sent them hair samples that he believed came from the mythical beast? I honestly as much as I would love for this file, and this story and people are sending it to be all over the place to have some smoking gun in it. They did test it this dude sent him something from an area where a big was supposedly seen the FBI did test it. Which, I guess, is a big deal that F B I is taking the resource. Verses to test for Bigfoot, but the sample did come back belonging to a deer a deer a deer not, not, not a big foot. No. And there are other things in here reports of sightings, even from federal workers, and in things like that. So there are a lot of good things, but as far as any concrete evidence or things that are really going to bring interest to the to the, you know, the average person there's really nothing in here. It's actually probably makes it look of bad. Sorry, john. I know why they're doing this now. Why? Because everybody's all hot for the aliens and others alien talks. I go oh, you want to know about aliens. Oh, here suck some Bigfoot stuff. While we what we try to throw you off the trail. See I my thought is that there have been a bunch of Bigfoot sightings recently, like in Georgia and around the country. I think they're dropping this thinking that they can Kwame people and make them think that Bigfoot doesn't exist. We'll drop this right now show them some tests that we did. And then everybody will think big Foot's, not real. When we all know Bigfoot Israel, we do that. Yeah. Okay. I, I do. Spotify. It's really pains me to say, I really got to say what's wrong. Will you got a problem with the streaming service Spotify has signed a deal with the devil? What the Obamas are getting into the podcasting business and Spotify has the exclusive rights Spotify announced Thursday at assigned a partnership deal with Barack and Michelle Obama's production company. Higher ground to produce podcasts that will be available only on its streaming platform. The deal comes on the heels of a similar agreement between higher ground and net flicks that will see the former first couple producing movies and television shows for the Hollywood streaming system is. I don't know a lot of entertainment. Thank god. Keep it on the table. To listen to. That michelle. Call him. Damn fairy. It is kind of interesting to think about how much influence they could possibly have within this route. They're going to be on Netflix producing shows knows it'll be they're gonna have Spotify multiple different things. Just. About. I'm just saying, you know, you can get probably just as Donald Trump is proven with the way he uses Twitter, you don't need the presidency or anything comes along with it to get your message out will be streaming to millions and millions of people with his liberal agenda. Said buckle. It was fast. On that surprising that Obama's are everywhere run. That's all.
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"Midtown temperatures Forty-six a thief for metro Atlanta scams and unsuspecting couple from north Georgia plan was for David and Karen Florez of Cleveland to meet a teenager at a south Fulton publics to sell a twenty one hundred dollar dirt bike to go down and meet him because he was a young guy, you know sixteen but Karen Florez tells channel two action news he asked them to come to his home instead addresses homes where people still say to go during a test drive. The teen wrote away on the bike Mark Alewine WSB organizers of pope Francis summit on preventing clergy sex abuse. Meet this week with a dozen survivor. Activists who have come to Rome to protest, the Catholic churches response. And demand an end to decades of cover up by church leaders, whatever difficulty him or discomfort. This is for anybody in the papal palace. It's nothing compared to what survivors have had to undergo an abuse survivor and a founding member of the group ending clergy abuse. The archbishop of Boston cardinal, Sean O'Malley says the Vatican's decision this weekend to defrost. Former cardinal Theodore McCarrick is an important step for administering Justice for mechanics crimes. There's a move in Britain to push social media Facebook in particular to follow mandatory code of ethics so as to better control harmful and illegal content Facebook singled out violating data privacy and competition laws. According to the report companies like Facebook should not be allowed to behave like digital gangsters in the online world. There's been no comment yet from Facebook WBZ news time, seven forty one. Thanks look forward to this week include the restored cyclorama, the giant circuit or picture of the the battle has been in restoration for years. It will finally open. On friday. The Atlanta history museum here its gosh. It's the first time the first time that we will see the whole thing. That's something on the painting waste ten thousand pounds. What a story.
"papal palace" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The pope himself he was going to address the parliament that had been established by the pope and his new constitution earlier that year of eighteen forty eight on november fifteenth he is stabbed in the neck and his blood drains out of any dies on the steps of the parliament following this there is a popular rejoicing and the crowds actually wheel a cannon into yards facing the papal palace and pointed at the doors that people palace others starts setting fire to the doors of the people palace at this point the papal troops were all disarmed and the civic guard that ironically the pope it set up earlier turn against him and essentially make him a prisoner in his own palace so he then has to decide what to do so he has he escapes it's a very complicated escape where does he go well one of the curious things about the story is he lets out different words a different the people who are helping his escape as to where he's going he turns for example to the french ambassador to play a key role and he lets it be known to the french ambassador that he's planning to board a ship that will take him with the french ambassador to france and as a result the president of france announcing this with great pride to the assembly that the pope is on his way to france same thing with the spanish ambassador spanish ambassador is told that he will go to take refuge in my yorker the spanish island of my orca yet what actually ends up happening is the bavarian ambassador takes him in his carriage and takes him not to france not to spain but south to the kingdom of naples ruled over by the socalled bomb king king ferdinand the second and so that's what happens but then the pope ends up coming back and other really complicated story but i want to kind of cut to the chase here so so the pope returns people aren't necessarily thrilled to have them back right yes he first of all he doesn't come back right away he waits several months after the french have reconquered rome to return and in fact the king of naples is not at all eager to see him go because.
"papal palace" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And then he began to do things that they liked he issued an amnesty to all the political prisoners were languishing in the papal jails he formed a consultative council of lehman till today all governments had been in the hand of priests and in fact it was what they called the priestly rule that people most resented so you did one thing after the next to please his people he was a pope who wanted to be loved and he had not been involved in the politics of the vatican before so he came in and said outsider the result was night after night huge crowds thousands of people would crowd outside the papal palace and sing his literally singing praises and recite poetry odes to his greatness and call on him to come out to his balcony to bless them which he regularly did another thing he did was opened the jewish ghettos and let the jews out of those ghettos so let's start with the fact that the jews were confined to ghettos in the papal states the jews had been confined to ghettos from the mid sixteenth century the mid fifteen hundreds by people edict and they were languishing in a fetid overcrowded zone on the river of the tiber river which at the time was yellow with pollution and they flooded regularly it was really living in miserable circumstances plus they were not allowed to have social contact with christians that were not allowed to practice professions the children were not allowed to go to school with a christian children so they were really living.
"papal palace" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The neck and his blood drains out of him he dies on the steps of the parliament following this there is a popular rejoicing and the crowds actually wheel cannon into the piazza facing the papal palace and pointed at the doors of the papal palace others start setting fire to the doors of the papal palace at this point the papal troops are all disarmed and the civic guard that ironically the pope it set up earlier turn against him and essentially make him a prisoner in his own palace so key then has to decide what to do so he has he escapes it's a very complicated escape where does he go well one of the things about the story is he lets out different words a different the people who are helping his escape as to where he's going he turns for example to the french ambassador to play a key role and he let's be known to the french ambassador that he's planning to board a ship that will take him with the french basser to france and as a result the president of france announcing with great pride to the assembly that the pope is on his way to france same thing with the spanish ambassador spanish ambassador is told that he will go to take refuge in the spanish island of my orca yet what actually ends up happening is the very an ambassador takes him in his carriage and takes him not to france to spain but south to the kingdom of naples ruled over by the socalled bomb king king ferdinand the second and so that's what happens within the pope ends up coming back with a really complicated story but i want to kind of cut to the chase here so so the pope returns people aren't necessarily thrilled to have them back right yes he first of all he doesn't come back right away he waits several months after the french have reconquered rome to return and in fact the king of naples is not at all eager to see him go because the king is now portraying himself as the great protector of the pope and kristen this is helping his popularity which is otherwise at a low ebb itself and the other thing is the pope is broke he has no money and so he is worried about returning to his sullen subjects without any largesse that he can disperse but he finally goes back in april.
"papal palace" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And so people begin to have hope that he could turn things around they'd been demanding reforms for a long time and got only repression and then he began to do things that they liked he issued an amnesty to all the political prisoners were languishing in the papal jails he formed a consultative council of lehman till today all governments had been in the hand of priests and in fact it was what they called the priestly rule that people most resented so he did one thing after the next to please his people he was pope who wanted to be loved and he had not been involved in the politics of the vatican before so he came in and said outsider the result was that night after night huge crowds thousands of people would crowd outside the papal palace and sing his literally singers praises and recite poetry odes to his greatness and call on him to come out to his balcony to bless them which he regularly did another thing he did was open the jewish ghettos and let the jews out of those ghettos so let's start with the fact that the jews were confined to ghettos in the papal states jews had been confined to get from the mid sixteenth century the mid fifteen hundreds by papal edict and they were languishing in a fetid overcrowded zone on the river of the tiber river which at the time was yellow with pollution and they flooded regularly it was really living in miserable circumstances plus they were not allowed to have social contact with christians they were not allowed to practice professions the children were not allowed to go to school with a christian children so they were really living.
"papal palace" Discussed on Fresh Air
"God's pope pious the ninth. Became pope. He had a palace the pope's up until that point had palaces, what was the palace like? And we're wasn't, yes. The people think of course, the Popo is was in the Vatican, but in fact of the popes were not in the Vatican they were in the criminal palace this huge mix. The the White House look, tiny, huge complex in the on top of one of the hills of Rome in the center of Rome. It's the Palestine today has the president of the Republic of Italy in it. The pope only retreated to the Vatican win. He lost control of Rome in eighteen seventy a few years after the events that are discussed in this book. So papyrus the ninth becomes pope in eighteen forty six. I is really popular. Why is he popular. Pious? The ninth replaced a reactionary pope who is extremely unpopular, Gregory the sixteenth, and he was relatively young man about fifty one fifty two. When he became pope, he had a reputation as being a kind Bishop of his flock in central Italy. And so people begin to have hope that he could turn things around. They'd been demanding reforms for a long time and gotten only repression, and then he began to do things that they liked. He issued an amnesty to all the political prisoners were languishing. In the papal jails, he formed a consultative council of Lehman till today. All governments had been in the hand of priests, and in fact it was what they called the priestly rule that people most resented. So he did one thing after the next to please his people. He was a pope who wanted to be loved, and he had not been involved in the politics of the Vatican before. So he came in and. Outsider, the result was that night after night, huge crowds. Thousands of people would crowd outside the papal palace and sing his literally singers praises and recite, poetry, odes to his greatness and call on him to come out to his balcony to bless them, which he regularly did. Another thing he did was opened the Jewish ghettos and let the Jews out of those ghettos. So let's start with the fact that the Jews were confined to ghettos in the papal states. The Jews had been confined to get from the mid sixteenth century, the mid fifteen hundreds by papal edict, and they were languishing in a fetid overcrowded zone on the river of the Tiber river, which at the time was yellow, if pollution and they flooded regularly. It was really living in miserable circumstances. Plus they were not allowed to have social contact with Christians that were not allowed to practice professions. The children were not allowed to go to school with a Christian children, so they were really living in these desperate straits. And the times we're changing and the pope felt under pressure. So he began to lift some of the restrictions on the ghetto, including the ghetto for years had had it skates locked at night by Christian guards who had to be paid by the Jews of the ghetto to lock them in each night and too much celebration. He in early eighteen. Forty eight, allowed those gates to be destroyed. So although the most of the Jews remained living in the ghetto, they were no longer felt themselves imprisoned in the ghetto. Okay. So the pope doesn't stay that popular for long. They're not literally singing his praises for very long. Why do people turn against the pulp. It's a very dramatic turn of popular opinion against the pope had been so popular yet. He felt himself in a bind. His cardinals were very upset. Many of the ambassadors from the various monarchy's autocracies of Europe were telling him he was making a big mistake. He was leading the church toward disaster by his reforms and at a certain point he decided he could go no further. And actually the breaking point came with a decision he made about the unification of Italy. This was a time when the desire was to unify all Italy in some kind of confederation. Many people thought the pope would in fact be the most obvious leaders such a confederation because what people had in common thread Italy actually was not language. It was not political tradition. It was their Roman Catholicism that ninety nine percent had in common. So from being the possible hero of creating an Italian nation. And reforming bring constitution, which he did new rights to people. All of a sudden he said, I could go no further. I will not lead the efforts to drive the foreigners out of Italy. The Austrians at the time were occupying the whole northeast of Italy, and at that point that people turned against him. So this story about pope pious than Nyunt takes a lot of twists and turns. But let's jump ahead to win. He's actually forced out of of the territory that he rules he's forced out of his home in in the papal states. What was the last straw. Well, there was a violent volt. In fact, his prime minister was murdered in the middle of Rome, not far from his own palace and within a few minutes of having visited the pope himself, he was going to address the parliament that had been established by the pope and his new constitution earlier that year eighteen forty eight. When on November fifteenth, he is stabbed in the neck and his blood drains out of him. He does on the steps of the parliament following this, there is a popular rejoicing, and the crowds actually wheel a cannon into the Piazza facing the papal palace and pointed at the doors of the papal palace. Others starts setting fire to the doors of the papal palace. At this point, the papal troops were all disarmed and the civic guard that ironically, the pope, it set up earlier, turn against him and essentially make him a prisoner in his own palace. So he then has to decide what to do so he has, he escapes it's very complicated escape. Where does he go? Well, one of the curious things about the story is he lets out different words different. The people who are helping his escapist to where he's going. He turns, for example, to the French ambassador to play a key role and he let's be known to the French ambassador that he's planning to board a ship that will take him with the French ambassador to France. And as a result, the president of France announces with great pride to the assembly that the pope is on his way to France. Same thing with the Spanish ambassador, Spanish ambassador is told that he will go to take refuge in my Llorca, the Spanish island of my orca. Yet what actually ends up happening is the Bavarian ambassador takes him in his carriage and takes him not to France, not to Spain, but south to the kingdom of Naples ruled over by the so-called bomb king king, Ferdinand. The second. And so that's what happens. But then the pope ends up coming back and a really complicated story, but I want to kind of cut to the chase here, so so the pope returns, people aren't necessarily thrilled to have him back right. Yes, he first of all, he doesn't come back right away. He waits several months after the French have reconquered Rome to return. And in fact, the king of Naples is not at all eager to see him go because the king is now portraying himself as the great protector of the pope and Christendom. This is helping his popularity, which is otherwise at a low ebb itself. And the other thing is the pope is broke. He has no money, and so he is worried about returning to his sullen subjects without any largesse that he can disperse. But he finally goes back in April of eighteen fifty. And that point he meets rather cool reception. The pope after he returns to Rome, forces the Jews back into the ghettos. Yes, and that's really a major part of the story. The Jews were something of the bellwether I'd say of this whole story in that the story is one of the preservation of medieval of you of society against enlightenment ideas of personal freedoms and constitutional rights and the equality of all citizens. So the notion that the Jews should be holed up in a ghetto with quite restrictions against them was part of this medieval theocratic view of society. So with the restoration, the Jews are are sent back into the keto. And one of the curious things that I found is it was often Christian merchants who would alert the people officials about Jews who are still outside the ghettos, especially Jews who had businesses outside the ghettos because the Christian merchants resented the competition. So when the people thirties heard about this, they would then go after the Jews who were still outside the ghetto. And shut down their stores and send them back. Well, I'll tell you what, let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us. My guest is David Kurtzer. He's the author of the new book. The Popa would be king the exile of pious the ninth and the emergence of modern Europe. He wanna Pulitzer prize for his book the pope and Mussolini. We'll be right back. This is fresh air support for this NPR podcast, and the following message come from weeks dot com. A web platform for creating your own professional website with wicks, whether it's your first time, creating a website or you're a longtime pro. You can do it yourself shoes from hundreds of stunning templates or start from scratch with dragon drop technology and powerful web features. Join over one hundred twenty five million people already using wicks to create their own websites. 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"papal palace" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History
"Of all of europe was taken by the black plague between the years thirteen forty seven a 13th fifty one could you imagine that one third of the population just gone to the black plague well those are the honorable mentions we have three other events that were the true trending events the first as the ivy known papacy the avenue home papacy went from thirteen '09 all the way to thirteen seventy seven at almost stretch through the entire century there was a dispute at one of the conclave's this is the gathering of the cardinals to choose the next pope an out of that dispute of this longdebated conclave clemett the fifth was elected pope but he did not want to move to rome so he simply set up the papal palace there in having on an total seven popes all french rain from france in having on and not in rome the papal palace is pretty nice i've never been there but i've seen pictures of it and maybe you can visit at some time second thing that was trending in the fourteenth century is some good literature so here we have toss her and canterbury tales and dante and his divine comedy of purgatory o inferno and parody co what's interesting about both these authors is that they wrote in their native language chaucer writing in english and dante writing in italian most of the writing up to this time was in latin of course and so here we have it the beginnings of literature in these languages and in one sense as we have the beginnings of literature and language were beginning to see the cultures of these places so trouser and dante and we've saved our best for last trending in the fourteenth century and that would be our print john wickliffe john wickliffe also was interested in getting literature into the english language and he was interested in getting the finest of all for literature into the english language and that of course would be the bible.