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A Boy Named Pseu
QPOL 006 - The Truth About China

A Boy Named Pseu

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2023 104:53


My guest @Book_of_Cyril joins me to discuss China FUD: how economically stable are they? the role gold plays in the new world Bitcoin's role Evolution of Banking Saudis and much more. Follow my work on Substack and Twitter @MrPseu. Check out the BitBox02 Hardware Wallet Go to https://shiftcrypto.ch/bitcoinmadesimple and use the promo code "bitcoinmadesimple" to get 5% off standard products. Movies Plus - go to www.myMoviesPlus.com and get 20% OFF an annual subscription with promo code CORY, and you can watch "Hard Money with Natalie Brunell" and the documentaries "The Great Reset and the Rise of Bitcoin", "Bitcoin FUD", "Bitcoin: The End of Money as We Know It", and "Cryptopia: Bitcoin, Blockchains and the Future of the Internet."   Watch them all on Movies Plus. Bitcoin Day www.bitcoinday.io use promo code BMS to get a discount on your tickets to a Bitcoin Day event near you.  

Beneath Twin Suns: A Star Wars Podcast
Episode LVI - Andor Episode 7: Announcement

Beneath Twin Suns: A Star Wars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 74:23


Episode 7 serves as a transitional episode between Andor's first half of the season and the second, and as such we spend a large amount of time basically resetting characters to the new status quo. Political intrigue and jockeying for position has reach an all time high within the ISB, while both Cyril and Andor become cogs in the machine that is the Empire, albeit in different ways. The theme of the episode could be best described as "consequences" with Luthen pointing out that people suffering due to the Aldhani heist in the point of the whole thing. The Empire steps up its oppression, leading to ripples across the whole galaxy from Coruscant to Ferrix. Let's jump in!BECOME A PATRON: https://www.patreon.com/massivebreakdownpodcastDESTINY 2 PODS:PVP: https://destiny-massive-breakdowns.captivate.fm/listenPVE: https://pve-podcast-versus-enemies.captivate.fm/listenCHAT SERVER: https://discord.gg/TheyfeQHOME PAGE: https://destinymassivebreakdowns.com

Business of Bouffe
[L'essentiel] Business of Bouffe #36 | Cyril Lignac et Laurence Mentil – Groupe Cyril Lignac | L'histoire d'un duo iconique d'entrepreneurs avant-gardistes et heureux d'être libres

Business of Bouffe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 30:14


En moins de 30 minutes, nous souhaitons vous faire (re)découvrir nos meilleurs épisodes de Business of Bouffe.Cette semaine, nous mettons à l'honneur notre échange avec Cyril Lignac et Laurence Mentil, respectivement chef-entrepreneur et directrice générale du groupe Cyril Lignac.Dans cette version courte, Philibert et Daniel abordent notamment :Les débuts de Cyril dans l'univers de la cuisine, de son premier poste de chef à ses premiers pas à la télévisionLa rencontre entre Cyril et Laurence et son rôle important dans le lancement de la carrière de CyrilLe développement du groupe Cyril Lignac avec l'ouverture de restaurants, de chocolateries, de boulangeries ou encore le lancement d'une société de productionPour découvrir tous les sujets abordés lors de cette rencontre unique et écouter l'épisode original en entier, tapez "Business of Bouffe Cyril Lignac" sur votre appli audio préférée. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

No Name MMA Show
#123 Francis Ngannou is no longer with the UFC and Jon Jones is back to face Cyril Gane.

No Name MMA Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 77:46


Also Sean Strickland is dope. For winning a fight on a weeks notice after headlining an event. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nonamemmashow/support

News Headlines in Morse Code at 10 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Ministers killed in helicopter crash near Kyiv nursery Italian Pier Antonio Panzeri held in EU Qatargate bribery probe agrees to tell all 6 victims identified in cartel style execution in Goshen, California shooting Three generations killed in California cartel like execution Update Search moves towards bodies of water for missing Cyril girl Tyre Nichols Memphis police under scrutiny in fatal traffic stop As weather calms, California begins to recover from extensive storm damage Winter Storm Warning for Denver metro and all of NE Colorado Fisherman in Hawaii hooks big one, goes overboard, still missing Iran protests 15 minutes to defend yourself against the death penalty Ukraine war Sixteen killed in helicopter crash near Kyiv kindergarten Husband of missing Cohasset woman to be charged with murder Elon Musk trial Prospective jurors call him narcissistic, smart Election fraud conspiracies behind plot to shoot at New Mexico Democrats homes, police say Whats behind Canadas drastic new alcohol guidance Worlds oldest person, French nun Sister Andre, dies aged 118 Ron Jeremy US porn star declared unfit for sex crimes trial Helicopter crash near Kyiv kills 18, including Ukrainian interior minister

News Headlines in Morse Code at 15 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Ministers killed in helicopter crash near Kyiv nursery 6 victims identified in cartel style execution in Goshen, California shooting As weather calms, California begins to recover from extensive storm damage Winter Storm Warning for Denver metro and all of NE Colorado Election fraud conspiracies behind plot to shoot at New Mexico Democrats homes, police say Husband of missing Cohasset woman to be charged with murder Worlds oldest person, French nun Sister Andre, dies aged 118 Ron Jeremy US porn star declared unfit for sex crimes trial Iran protests 15 minutes to defend yourself against the death penalty Italian Pier Antonio Panzeri held in EU Qatargate bribery probe agrees to tell all Update Search moves towards bodies of water for missing Cyril girl Fisherman in Hawaii hooks big one, goes overboard, still missing Whats behind Canadas drastic new alcohol guidance Three generations killed in California cartel like execution Elon Musk trial Prospective jurors call him narcissistic, smart Ukraine war Sixteen killed in helicopter crash near Kyiv kindergarten Tyre Nichols Memphis police under scrutiny in fatal traffic stop Helicopter crash near Kyiv kills 18, including Ukrainian interior minister

News Headlines in Morse Code at 20 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Fisherman in Hawaii hooks big one, goes overboard, still missing Husband of missing Cohasset woman to be charged with murder Three generations killed in California cartel like execution Worlds oldest person, French nun Sister Andre, dies aged 118 6 victims identified in cartel style execution in Goshen, California shooting Tyre Nichols Memphis police under scrutiny in fatal traffic stop Elon Musk trial Prospective jurors call him narcissistic, smart Winter Storm Warning for Denver metro and all of NE Colorado As weather calms, California begins to recover from extensive storm damage Iran protests 15 minutes to defend yourself against the death penalty Italian Pier Antonio Panzeri held in EU Qatargate bribery probe agrees to tell all Ministers killed in helicopter crash near Kyiv nursery Whats behind Canadas drastic new alcohol guidance Election fraud conspiracies behind plot to shoot at New Mexico Democrats homes, police say Ukraine war Sixteen killed in helicopter crash near Kyiv kindergarten Ron Jeremy US porn star declared unfit for sex crimes trial Update Search moves towards bodies of water for missing Cyril girl Helicopter crash near Kyiv kills 18, including Ukrainian interior minister

News Headlines in Morse Code at 25 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Helicopter crash near Kyiv kills 18, including Ukrainian interior minister Iran protests 15 minutes to defend yourself against the death penalty Husband of missing Cohasset woman to be charged with murder Winter Storm Warning for Denver metro and all of NE Colorado Election fraud conspiracies behind plot to shoot at New Mexico Democrats homes, police say Italian Pier Antonio Panzeri held in EU Qatargate bribery probe agrees to tell all As weather calms, California begins to recover from extensive storm damage 6 victims identified in cartel style execution in Goshen, California shooting Fisherman in Hawaii hooks big one, goes overboard, still missing Ron Jeremy US porn star declared unfit for sex crimes trial Ministers killed in helicopter crash near Kyiv nursery Whats behind Canadas drastic new alcohol guidance Elon Musk trial Prospective jurors call him narcissistic, smart Ukraine war Sixteen killed in helicopter crash near Kyiv kindergarten Three generations killed in California cartel like execution Worlds oldest person, French nun Sister Andre, dies aged 118 Update Search moves towards bodies of water for missing Cyril girl Tyre Nichols Memphis police under scrutiny in fatal traffic stop

Saint of the Day
Our Holy Fathers Athanasius the Great (373) and Cyril (444), Patriarchs of Alexandria

Saint of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 4:32


Saint Athanasius, pillar of Orthodoxy and Father of the Church, was born in Alexandria in 275, to pious Christian parents. Even as a child, his piety and devotion to the Faith were so notable that Alexander, the Patriarch of the city, took Athanasius under his protection. As a student, he acquired a thorough education, but was more interested in the things of God than in secular learning, and withdrew for a time into the desert to sit at the feet of Saint Anthony (January 17), whose disciple he became and whose biography he later wrote. On returning to Alexandria, he was ordained to the diaconate and began his public labors for the Church. He wrote his treatise On the Incarnation, when he was only twenty. (It contains a phrase, still often quoted today, that express in a few words some of the depths of the Mystery of the Incarnation: God became man that man might become god.)   Just at this time Arius, a priest in Alexandria, was promoting his enticing view that the Son and Word of God is not of one essence with the Father, but a divine creation of the Father. This view, which (as Athanasius realized) strikes at the very possibility of mankind's salvation, gained wide acceptance and seemed for a time to threaten the Christian Faith itself. In 325, the Emperor Constantine the Great convoked a Council of the Church at Nicaea to settle the turmoil that the Arian teaching had spread through the Church. Athanasius attended the Council, and defended the Orthodox view so powerfully that he won the admiration of the Orthodox and the undying enmity of the Arians. From that time forth his life was founded on the defense of the true consubstantiality (homoousia) of the Son with the Father.   In 326, not long before his death, Patriarch Alexander appointed Athanasius to be his successor, and Athanasius was duly elevated to the patriarchal throne. He was active in his pastoral role, traveling throughout Egypt, visiting churches and monasteries, and working tirelessly not only to put down the Arian heresy, but to resolve various schisms and moral declines that affected his territory.   Though the Arian heresy had apparently been condemned once and for all at Nicea, Arius had many powerful allies throughout the Empire, even in the Imperial court, and Athanasius was soon subjected to many kinds of persecution, some local, some coming from the Imperial throne itself. Though he was Patriarch of Alexandria for more than forty years, a large amount of that time was spent in hiding from powerful enemies who threatened him with imprisonment or death. Twice he fled to Rome for protection by the Pope, who in the early centuries of the Church was a consistent champion of Orthodoxy against its various enemies. From his various hiding places, Athanasius issued tracts, treatises and epistles which helped to rally the faithful throughout Christendom to the Orthodox cause.   In 366, the Emperor Valens, fearing a revolt of the Egyptians on behalf of their beloved Archbishop, officially restored Athanasius to favor, and he was able to spend the last seven years of his life in peace. Of his forty-seven years as Patriarch, about seventeen were spent in hiding or exile. He reposed in peace in 373, having given his entire adult life, at great suffering, to the defense of the Faith of Christ. With St Athanasius, the Church commemorates St Cyril (Kyrillos), also Archbishop of Alexandria (412-44). His lot was to defend the Faith against the heretic Nestorius, Patriarch of Constantinople, who denied that Christ in his Incarnation truly united the divine with the human nature. Cyril attempted in private correspondence to restore Nestorius to the Christian faith, and when this failed he, along with Pope Celestine of Rome, led the defense of Orthodoxy against Nestorius' teaching. Saint Cyril presided at the Third Ecumenical Council in 431, at which the Nestorian error was officially overthrown. After guiding his flock for thirty-two years, he reposed in 444.

Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History
OK Authorities Find Body Of Toddler While Searching For Athena Adams | #athenaadams #missingchild

Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 2:27


On Tuesday, Oklahoma authorities searching for a 4 year Athena Brownfield discovered the skeletal remains of a toddler, according to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. According to a statement released by the organization, "At this time, the OSBI is not able to confirm that the remains are those of Athena Brownfield." The skeletal remains are going to be taken to the Medical Examiner's Office in Oklahoma City so that they can be positively identified. The man and woman who had been providing Athena Brownfield with care have been arrested and charged in connection with Brownfield's disappearance. The remains were discovered around sixty miles south of Oklahoma City in rural Grady County, in the vicinity of a community called Rush Springs. Athena's sister was found wandering around by herself earlier this month by a postal worker in Cyril, which is located approximately 25 miles away from Rush Springs. After a week of searching for the girl, investigators stated on Monday that their search had transitioned into a "recovery operation" to locate her remains.  After a week of searching for the girl, investigators stated on Monday that their search had transitioned into a "recovery operation" to locate her remains.  Ivon Adams, age 36, was taken into custody on Thursday in Arizona and is scheduled to be extradited to Oklahoma, where he is facing accusations of first-degree murder as well as child neglect, according to the state bureau. According to the state bureau, his wife, Alysa Adams, who is 31 years old, was taken into custody by the Grady County Sheriff's Office and charged with two charges of child neglect in connection with the case. It was unclear whether either party had legal representation. According to the state bureau, Alysia Adams was linked to Athena and her sister who is 5 years old. The bureau also stated that Alysia Adams had been taking care of the two children for at least a year. The biological parents of the sisters are reportedly helping investigators with their inquiries and have been questioned by authorities, according to official statements. According to the state bureau, Athena's sister has been placed in the custody of the state for her own protection.

Boisterous Boys Podcast
Jon Jones COULD lose to Cyril Gane, Francis Ngannou Exits the UFC, Dana White Punishment | EP74

Boisterous Boys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 110:49


Episode 74 | Courtney Hendo & Sunni Imhotep Discuss: ➤ Francis Ngannou and the UFC part ways ➤ One Championship Recap ➤ UFC Vegas 67 Recap ➤ Jon Jones vs Cyril Gane for Heavyweight Title ➤ Leon Edwards vs Kamaru Usman III - March 18th in London ➤ Justin Gaethje vs Rafael Fiziev - March 18th in London ➤ BKFC Interested in Francis Ngannou ➤ Israel Adesanya gets new face tattoo ➤ UFC 283 Predictions And so much more! FOLLOW US: ➤ Boisterous Boyz IG: https://bit.ly/boisterousboyzig ➤ Boisterous Boyz TikTok: https://bit.ly/3BUpM23 ➤ Courtney Hendo: https://bit.ly/3AAW4fV ➤ Sunni Imhotep: https://bit.ly/3tZn5sp ABOUT: Join the Boisterous Boyz each week as they discuss the world of combat sports, explore the topics of popular culture, and crack hella jokes. PRODUCTION: Studio: https://bit.ly/34dOzja Location: San Diego, California PR Inquiries: theboisterousboys@gmail.com #JonJones #FrancisNgannou #CyrilGane --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/boisterousboyz/message

Knee On Belly
Episode 116: Strickland Beats Imavov On Short Notice | UFC 283 Picks/Predictions | Francis Ngannou Out Of UFC | Jon Jones vs. Cyril Gane Official

Knee On Belly

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 85:16


2023 has not been short of dramatics and awesome fights, and it doesn't stop now! We have a jam packed episode so let's get into it. We start things off with a dominant performance by Sean Strickland as he gets the win over Nasserdine Imavov on short notice. Dan Ige, Umar Nurmagomedov and others also had great performances on the night. From there, we move into our picks and predictions for UFC 283 headlined by the light heavyweight title fight between Glover Teixeira and Jamahal Hill, followed by the quad-rilogy fight between Deiveson Figueiredo and Brandon Moreno. Also we feature a welter weight bout between Gilbert Burns and Neil Magny, but the whole card is full of amazing fights. From there we jump into possibly the biggest thing to ever happen in MMA history, the last UFC heavyweight champion, Francis Ngannou is now a free agent! We talk about him leaving behind his title, what Dana White described as the biggest heavyweight contract in history, and the match ups. From that news we also report that now Jon Jones will be fighting Cyril Gane for the vacant heavyweight title! We finish things speaking on the other bit of news including Dana White, James Krause and much more! Like always, please be sure to comment, like, rate and subscribe. 

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
Judgment in private prosecution matter between Zuma, Ramaphosa

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 7:33


Guest: News 24 legal journalist Karyn Maughan joins John to chat about the latest on the Zuma vs Ramaphosa saga as Cyril is granted an urgent interdict by the court to halt his prosecution in a case brought up by Jacob Zuma.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
Cyril legal case update

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 3:00


Guest: EWN Reporter Kgomosto Modise joins Mike with an update on the case of Zuma v Ramaphosa.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Scenes & Cupcakes
Missing & Endangered 3 year Old Athena Brownfield

Crime Scenes & Cupcakes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 10:07


Athena Brownfield missing since January 6,2023. Want to help search? Command post Family Life Church 3rd St Cyril,Oklahoma. Cyril police and other law enforcement officials said a postal carrier reported finding Brownfield's five-year-old sister near her home at 225 W. Nebraska on Jan. 10. Shortly after, Athena was reported missing around 2 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/maryanne-mccullough/message

Théâtre
"L'Appel des abysses" de Cyril Legrais et Juliette Rose 5/5 : Dans la tempête

Théâtre

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 25:33


durée : 00:25:33 - Le Feuilleton - Écœuré par la Cité et ses faux-semblants, Marin court retrouver son foyer. Il imagine, pendant sa traversée du Territoire, sa joie de revenir auprès des siens.

Invité du matin
Cyril Chabanier (CFTC): «La réforme des retraites est injuste et pas nécessaire»

Invité du matin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 9:13


Dans le cadre des concertations sur la réforme des retraites, la CFTC a rencontré la Première ministre Élisabeth Borne, le 4 janvier. Entretien avec Cyril Chabanier, président de la CFTC. ► À lire aussi : Consultations sur la réforme des retraites en France: les syndicats campent sur leurs positions

Théâtre
"L'Appel des abysses" de Cyril Legrais et Juliette Rose 4/5 : Douze ans plus tôt

Théâtre

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 25:32


durée : 00:25:32 - Le Feuilleton - Avant que l'Océan ne recouvre les continents, Léonie et Marin passent une dernière nuit à la surface lorsque l'enfant se fait enlever par un groupe terroriste.

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas
Dimitri Pavlenko avec Cyril Chabanier et Rémi Brague

Deux heures d'info avec Nikos Aliagas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 100:29


Deux heures trente de direct à l'écoute de celles et ceux qui font le monde : le raconter, le décrypter et l'analyser pour donner des clés de lecture et de compréhension aux auditeurs.

Théâtre
"L'Appel des abysses" de Cyril Legrais et Juliette Rose 3/5 : Passés immergés

Théâtre

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 25:20


durée : 00:25:20 - Le Feuilleton - Anéanti par les révélations de sa mère adoptive, Marin trouve refuge sur le chalutier d'Anton...

Théâtre
"L'Appel des abysses" de Cyril Legrais et Juliette Rose 2/5 : Le peuple du territoire*

Théâtre

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 25:28


durée : 00:25:28 - Le Feuilleton - Joshua, le compagnon de Rachel, est arrêté. Marin promet à sa sœur de tout faire pour le libérer.

Le Feuilleton
"L'Appel des abysses" de Cyril Legrais et Juliette Rose 3/5 : Passés immergés

Le Feuilleton

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 25:20


durée : 00:25:20 - Le Feuilleton - Anéanti par les révélations de sa mère adoptive, Marin trouve refuge sur le chalutier d'Anton...

Le Feuilleton
"L'Appel des abysses" de Cyril Legrais et Juliette Rose 1/5 : Sous la surface

Le Feuilleton

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 25:33


durée : 00:25:33 - Le Feuilleton - De retour de sa plongée quotidienne, Marin rejoint Rachel, sa sœur adoptive, à un meeting présidentiel. La tension monte entre la Présidente de la Cité et le peuple du Territoire. Le rassemblement vire à l'affrontement...

Le Feuilleton
"L'Appel des abysses" de Cyril Legrais et Juliette Rose 4/5 : Douze ans plus tôt

Le Feuilleton

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 25:32


durée : 00:25:32 - Le Feuilleton - Avant que l'Océan ne recouvre les continents, Léonie et Marin passent une dernière nuit à la surface lorsque l'enfant se fait enlever par un groupe terroriste.

Le Feuilleton
"L'Appel des abysses" de Cyril Legrais et Juliette Rose 5/5 : Dans la tempête

Le Feuilleton

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 25:33


durée : 00:25:33 - Le Feuilleton - Écœuré par la Cité et ses faux-semblants, Marin court retrouver son foyer. Il imagine, pendant sa traversée du Territoire, sa joie de revenir auprès des siens.

Le Feuilleton
"L'Appel des abysses" de Cyril Legrais et Juliette Rose 2/5 : Le peuple du territoire*

Le Feuilleton

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 25:28


durée : 00:25:28 - Le Feuilleton - Joshua, le compagnon de Rachel, est arrêté. Marin promet à sa sœur de tout faire pour le libérer.

Théâtre
"L'Appel des abysses" de Cyril Legrais et Juliette Rose 1/5 : Sous la surface

Théâtre

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 25:33


durée : 00:25:33 - Le Feuilleton - De retour de sa plongée quotidienne, Marin rejoint Rachel, sa sœur adoptive, à un meeting présidentiel. La tension monte entre la Présidente de la Cité et le peuple du Territoire. Le rassemblement vire à l'affrontement...

Catholic
Son Rise Morning Show - 12.29.2022

Catholic

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 114:00


On today's Son Rise Morning Show, Matt and Anna talk to Kenny Buchard of the Coming Home Network about how Christmas is celebrated differently after converting to Catholicism. Rita Heikenfeld tell us about the tradition of Victorian Manger Herbs. Dr. Matthew Bunson discusses the theology of the Incarnation through St. Athanasius and St. Cyril of Alexandria. Plus Joseph Pearce on the significance of December 25th in the Lord of the Rings.

JV Club
Sabu Cyril - RRR

JV Club

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 11:36


On this episode, I spoke to production designer Sabu Cyril about his work on RRR. RRR was directed by S.S. Rajamouli.

Orthodox Wisdom
Christianity or the Church? - St. Hilarion Troitsky (Pt. I/III)

Orthodox Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 38:17


St. Hilarion Troitsky, New Martyr of Russia and righteous Confessor of the Church, brilliantly sets for the Scriptural and Patristic understanding of what Christ came to establish: not an invisible, personal “Christianity” but the Church which He promised He would build (cf. Matt 16:18). The question posed as the title of the work must be asked and answered by everyone who calls themselves a Christian. St. Hilarion is our guide if we are unsure how to answer. Read the text of "Christianity or the Church" here: http://orthodoxinfo.com/inquirers/sthilarion_church.aspx 2:47 The Church was designed to reflect the perfect unity of the Three-One God 4:47 There is no form of unity on earth that compares to the unity of the Church 7:17 St. Cyprian and St. Cyril of Alexandria on the unity of the Church 9:02 Christ did not come simply to teach, but to build his Church (cf. Matt 16:18) 10:40 On the Tower of Babel and the inadequacy of human law to rid us of egoism, the obstacle of Church unity 14:05 Church unity is organic, like a tree and its branches 14:22 St. Paul on the physical and organic nature of Church unity 16:19 How is such a unity possible? 16:46 The command to love is not enough, we must have the power, and we have this in the Church 17:43 The Holy Spirit is the source of life and organic Church unity 18:40 What is the unity of the Spirit? St. John Chrysostom, Blessed Theodoret, Blessed Jerome, and Blessed Theopylact answer 20:08 According to the teaching of the Apostle, all Church life is a manifestation of God's Holy Spirit 20:58 God is love and acts in love in His Church 21:31 The teachings of St. Paul on the Church and on love are inseparably linked, despite what some scholars say 22:50 All of [St. Paul's] Christian ethics are based upon the dogmatic teaching about the Church. 23:31 Christ creates not only a moral person, but a perfect society, i.e. the Church 24:05 “Outside the Church and without the Church, Christian life is impossible.” 25:14 On Eph 4:16: “the body of the Church reaches perfection in all its members” 27:07 “the perfection of the human personality depends upon its belonging to the Church as a living organism” 27:46 A hand cut from the body, a branch cut from a tree, a ray separated from the sun 29:29 “Spiritual life can exist only in an organic unity with the Universal Church” 30:04 “Dogmatic truths have moral significance, and Christian morals are founded on dogma.” 31:18 The word "Church" (ekklisia) appears 110 times in the NT, while "Christianity" is completely unknown 32:05 What did it mean to be a Christian in the early days of the Church? 32:57 How St. Paul joined the Church 33:59 Saul (St. Paul) did not persecute followers of some Christian teaching, but the Church 35:29 The Church is not a theory but life itself 35:57 The Church is not a school but a life 36:35 Protestant teaching of an “invisible” church 37:53 We will look at two Church fathers who dealt extensively with the dogma of the Church: St. Cyprian and St. Augustine "Outside the Church and without the Church, Christian life is impossible. Without the Church, the Christian teaching alone remains as an empty sound, for Christian life is Church life. Only in the life of the Church can a person live and develop. In a bodily organism, separate members never grow or develop independently of one another, but always and only in connection with the whole organism. The same applies to the Church. For the growth of the Church is at the same time the growth of its members." -St. Hilarion --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthodox-wisdom/message

Good Morning Business
Cyril Chabanier, président de la CFTC - 26/12

Good Morning Business

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 10:18


Cyril Chabanier, président de la CFTC, était l'invité de Lorraine Goumot et Stéphane Pedrazzi dans Good Morning Business, ce lundi 26 décembre. Ils sont revenus sur le souhait du gouvernement qui est de réduire la durée de l'assurance-chômage de 40%, sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

This Whole Life
Bonus Episode: Merry Christmas!

This Whole Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 18:53


"The perfect Teacher of children became himself a child among children, that he might give wisdom to the foolish. The Bread of heaven came down to earth to feed the hungry."~ St. Cyril of JerusalemMerry Christmas from This Whole Life!

Marketing & Influence - le podcast de Cyril Attias
#35 - REPLAY Rachel Marouani - Talisman by

Marketing & Influence - le podcast de Cyril Attias

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 45:17


Entrepreneur du digital, anthropologiste du parcours clients, Rachel a évolué dans les plus belles maisons depuis son 1er stage effectué chez Alain Afflelou, chez qui elle reviendra très récemment en tant que présidente non-exécutive du conseil d'administration. Elle siège également au conseil d'administration du groupe Pierre Fabre. Racheleut une longue et belle carrière chez LVMH en prenant la direction générale du Marketing et de l'e-commerce de Sephora de 2005 à 2015, puis en devenant présidente de la maison de joaillerie FRED. Ensuite Rachelfut nommée présidente directrice générale de la marque de maquillage Make Up For Ever en 2017, qu'elle quittera en 2019 afin de se lancer dans l'aventure de l'entrepreneuriat en créant la Maison Talisman By lancée en Août 2021. Talisman by, c'est une maison de joaillerie dédiée à sa tribu de coeur qui permet de créer et personnaliser des bijoux en or 18 carats. ### SPECIAL CADEAUX LAST MINUTE ### rendez-vous ici ; https://talismanby.com/collections/selection-noel Dans cet épisode nous parlons d'entrepreneuriat, de joaillerie et de marketing d'influence. ---------------------------------- Pour ne manquer aucun épisode du podcast Marketing&Influence, c'est facile :  

Revue de presse Afrique
À la Une: la nouvelle ligne diplomatique de la France vis-à-vis du Rwanda

Revue de presse Afrique

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 4:49


Elle a franchi le pas, sans circonlocutions diplomatiques. Et le journal Le Pays, au Burkina parle aussi d'une sortie calculée mais risquée. C'est calculé d'abord, puisque Le Pays rappelle qu'un nouveau rapport de l'ONU devrait à nouveau accuser Kigali de soutenir directement la rébellion du M23 dans les heures qui viennent. Condamner maintenant, c'est donc simplement prendre les devants. Mais c'est risqué aussi, rappelle Le Pays, qui regarde quelques années en arrière. Cela peut provoquer une brouille entre Paris et Kigali, alors que les relations sont en voie de normalisation. Le journal se souvient qu'Emmanuel Macron avait soutenu la candidature de Louise Mushikiwabo à la tête de l'Organisation internationale de la francophonie, en rappelant que tout cela avait « favorisé » le déploiement de troupes rwandaises au Mozambique, où la France a des intérêts dans un projet d'exploitation gazière. Paris prend un risque en jetant cette pierre dans le jardin de Paul Kagamé, qui n'hésite pas parfois à répondre du tac au tac. En Afrique du Sud, la victoire de Cyril Ramaphosa au Congrès de l'ANC L'éditorialiste du Mail & Guardian qui reconnaît son erreur, d'abord, et qui prie pour la suite. « Quand Cyril Ramaphosa a finalement remporté son siège tant convoité à la tête du parti il y a cinq ans, j'ai cru, écrit Ron Derby, j'ai cru qu'il se comporterait comme un homme qui n'est là que pour un seul mandat. Un homme que sa courte victoire contraindrait à prendre des décisions difficiles et uniques, les seules qui lui permettraient de léguer un héritage convenable à l'ANC. Mais au lieu de ça, il a joué sa réélection. Il a tenu la barre même quand le monde s'effondrait autour de nous, une pandémie de Covid et un cancer de corruption. Et il a eu raison, admet le journal, il a eu raison puisqu'il a été réélu. Au mieux, il lui reste donc cinq ans à la tête du pays. Qu'allez-vous faire, demande le Mail & Guardian, pour sauver votre héritage ? » « L'élu de Neslon Mandela » a beaucoup, beaucoup de travail à faire s'il veut se racheter aux yeux de celles et ceux qui ont cru en lui. « Le président sud-africain a même une chance de pendu, écrit le site Wakat Séra. Le ciel ne lui tombera pas sur la tête... pas dans l'immédiat ». Wakat Séra se demande si cette réélection n'est pas une manière pour les affidés de l'actuel chef de l'État de mettre des barrières autour de Cyril Ramaphosa, qui est dans le viseur de la justice. Mais le site regarde les chiffres : Ramaphosa 2 476 voix, Zweli Mkizhe 1 897. L'écart est loin d'être abyssal, « preuve que l'opération sauvetage du soldat Cyril n'a pas été des plus simples ». Le président demeure embarrassé par ce scandale au parfum de corruption, ramenant à la surface les mêmes causes qui ont produit les mêmes effets ayant emporté le vieux Zuma. Katumbi sur la ligne de départ en RDC Une caricature signée Cash sur le site Actualite.CD. Des sprinteurs, de dos, mais on lit leur nom sur leur maillot. Entre autres : Fatshi, le diminutif du président congolais Félix Tshisekedi ; Muzito, et un homme, chapeau à large bord, MKC floqué sur le torse, qui les rejoint en levant les bras... Moïse Katumbi en candidat déclaré. Et puis sur le bord de la piste, on voit un homme qui gratte sa chevelure blanche. On lit « Panzi / Nobel » sur son dossard et le speaker de la course qui hurle dans son mégaphone : « Le docteur Mukwege hésite ! Il dit attendre la réponse de son marabout ! Le peuple ! » Au Maroc, une trentaine de visages tout sourire Au milieu de l'image, l'hôte de ces lieux, le roi du Maroc Mohammed VI. Dans la salle du trône du palais royal à Rabat, le prince héritier et le prince Moulay Rachid à ses côtés, tous les trois en costume noir. Et une trentaine de costumes bleu nuit, ce sont bien sûr les joueurs de la sélection nationale. Ils ont tous au revers de leur veste le Ouissam, la décoration dont le roi vient de les affubler. Les joueurs, mais aussi le coach Walid Regragui, le président de la Fédération, le staff technique et médical, tout est à lire dans le journal Le Matin. Des Lions demi-finalistes du dernier Mondial, acclamés à leur retour mardi par des dizaines de milliers de fans.

Daybreak
Daybreak for December 21, 2022

Daybreak

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 51:22


Wednesday of the Fourth Week of Advent Optional Memorial of St. Peter Canisius, 1521-1597; received a master's degree at the age of 19, and joined the Jesuits; following ordination, he became known for his editions of the writings of St. Cyril of Alexandria and St. Leo the Great; attended the Council of Trent; sent on a mission to Germany, where he taught in several universities, and helped establish many colleges and seminaries Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 12/21/22 Gospel: Luke 1:39-45

Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Wednesday, December 21, 2022

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 Transcription Available


Full Text of ReadingsWednesday of the Fourth Week of Advent Lectionary: 197The Saint of the day is Saint Peter CanisiusSaint Peter Canisius' Story The energetic life of Peter Canisius should demolish any stereotypes we may have of the life of a saint as dull or routine. Peter lived his 76 years at a pace which must be considered heroic, even in our time of rapid change. A man blessed with many talents, Peter is an excellent example of the scriptural man who develops his talents for the sake of the Lord's work. Peter was one of the most important figures in the Catholic Reformation in Germany. He played such a key role that he has often been called the “second apostle of Germany,” in that his life parallels the earlier work of Boniface. Although Peter once accused himself of idleness in his youth, he could not have been idle too long, for at the age of 19 he received a master's degree from the university at Cologne. Soon afterwards he met Peter Faber, the first disciple of Ignatius of Loyola, who influenced Peter so much that he joined the recently formed Society of Jesus. At this early age Peter had already taken up a practice he continued throughout his life—a process of study, reflection, prayer, and writing. After his ordination in 1546, he became widely known for his editions of the writings of St. Cyril of Alexandria and St. Leo the Great. Besides this reflective literary bent, Peter had a zeal for the apostolate. He could often be found visiting the sick or imprisoned, even when his assigned duties in other areas were more than enough to keep most people fully occupied. In 1547, Peter attended several sessions of the Council of Trent, whose decrees he was later assigned to implement. After a brief teaching assignment at the Jesuit college at Messina, Peter was entrusted with the mission to Germany—from that point on his life's work. He taught in several universities and was instrumental in establishing many colleges and seminaries. He wrote a catechism that explained the Catholic faith in a way that common people could understand—a great need of that age. Renowned as a popular preacher, Peter packed churches with those eager to hear his eloquent proclamation of the gospel. He had great diplomatic ability, often serving as a reconciler between disputing factions. In his letters—filling eight volumes—one finds words of wisdom and counsel to people in all walks of life. At times he wrote unprecedented letters of criticism to leaders of the Church—yet always in the context of a loving, sympathetic concern. At 70, Peter suffered a paralytic seizure, but he continued to preach and write with the aid of a secretary, until his death in his hometown of Nijmegen, Netherlands, on December 21, 1597. Reflection Peter's untiring efforts are an apt example for those involved in the renewal of the Church or the growth of moral consciousness in business or government. He is regarded as one of the creators of the Catholic press, and can easily be a model for the Christian author or journalist. Teachers can see in his life a passion for the transmission of truth. Whether we have much to give, as Peter Canisius did, or whether we have only a little to give, as did the poor widow in the Gospel of Luke (see Luke 21:1–4), the important thing is to give our all. It is in this way that Peter is so exemplary for Christians in an age of rapid change when we are called to be in the world but not of the world. Saint Peter Canisius is a Patron Saint of: Germany Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media

Pos. Report
Pos. Report #100 avec Charles Caudrelier et Cyril Dardashti

Pos. Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 50:28


Ce 100e épisode de Pos. Report reçoit Charles Caudrelier, vainqueur de la 12e édition de la Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe à bord du Maxi Edmond de Rothschild, ainsi que le directeur général du Gitana Team, Cyril Dardashti, pour revenir sur la saison en Ultim et évoquer le Trophée Jules Verne à venir. Après avoir raconté comment ils ont vécu la finale de la Coupe du monde de football entre la France et l'Argentine, nos deux invités commencent par revenir sur la manière dont ils ont préparé et planifié cette saison 2022. Charles Caudrelier explique que sa “priorité était d'engranger de l'expérience en solo” car il était “le bizuth des favoris” sur la Route du Rhum. D'où le choix d'effectuer l'an dernier le retour de la Transat Jacques Vabre en “faux solo”. A côté de ça, il a “mis un gros coup de collier physique” pour répondre au défi de piloter un Ultim en solitaire, suivi une préparation mentale avec Gilles Monnier, tout en parlant de “rencontre décisive” avec l'apnéiste Arnaud Jerald, avec lequel il a travaillé “la concentration et la respiration”. Cyril Dardashti revient quant à lui sur le pari d'installer de nouveaux foils sur le Maxi Edmond de Rothschild l'été dernier - “on se devait d'élever le niveau de jeu” - ce qui aurait dû être fait plus en amont, mais l'équipe a mis du temps à trouver la bonne configuration, d'où plusieurs modifications sur ces appendices qui, finalement, ont donné satisfaction à Charles Caudrelier. Arrivé à Saint-Malo pour le départ de la Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe avec l'étiquette de favori, ce dernier explique qu'il a "étonnamment bien vécu” cette pression, qu'il a ressentie davantage à mi-course, quand il était sous la menace de François Gabart : “J'ai fait quelques bêtises à cause de ça”, confesse-t-il. Malgré ça, il y a eu la victoire au bout, “une délivrance”, que le skipper reconnaît avoir célébrée sans exubérance, notamment parce qu'il est arrivé de nuit - “J'avais l'impression que personne ne me voyait”. Cyril Dardashti évoque de son côté “un moment incroyable, la concrétisation de six ans de travail.” Interrogé sur son palmarès, un des plus beaux de la voile française, le skipper estime que s'il en est là, c'est parce qu'à un moment, “on m'a donné ma chance”, ajoutant : “Ce n'était pas ma quête absolue, mais aujourd'hui, il n'y a que la victoire qui m'intéresse, j'ai besoin de gagner sinon je souffre.” Il évoque ensuite l'Arkea Ultim Challenge-Brest dans un an (course autour du monde en Ultim en solitaire) - “On va être des pionniers, ça me plaît bien” -, expliquant que cette course va le "consoler" de n'avoir jamais fait le Vendée Globe, un de ses grands objectifs depuis toujours. Le directeur général du Gitana Team raconte ensuite pourquoi l'équipe a décidé de lancer la conception d'un nouvel Ultim: “Quand nous avons fait ce bateau (le Maxi Edmond de Rothschild), il y a des points de développement que nous n'avons pas poussés.” Nous finissons par le Trophée Jules Verne, Charles Caudrelier annonçant que l'équipe - en plus de lui, Franck Cammas, Erwan Israel, Morgan Lagravière, David Boileau, Yann Riou - sera en stand-by avant la fin de cette semaine, avant d'expliquer que les bonnes fenêtres sont difficiles à trouver car “il faut arriver à l'équateur en moins de six jours puis devant une dépression au large de l'Argentine, il faut beaucoup d'enchaînements favorables.” Et avoir un bateau fiable, puisque jusqu'ici, les trimarans volants n'ont jamais dépassé 17 jours sur ce record en équipage.  Diffusé le 20 décembre 2022 Générique : Fast and wild/EdRecords Post-production : Grégoire Levillain

Out d'Coup Podcast
Out d'Coup LIVE | Cyril Mychalejko, Editor-in-Chief of the Bucks County Beacon. Looking back on 2022 and ahead to 2023.

Out d'Coup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 50:41


On this week's show, I welcome Cyril Mychalejko back to the show. Cyril is the Editor-in-Chief of the Bucks County Beacon - that independent publication that has been at the cutting edge of reporting on people-powered movements in the region. Cyril will join me to reflect on the year that was and look forward to the challenges and possibilities in 2023.  LINKS: Bucks County Beacon | https://buckscountybeacon.com/ Support the Beacon | https://buckscountybeacon.com/support-the-beacon/ Follow Cyril on Twitter | https://twitter.com/cmychalejko Bucks County Beacon on Twitter | https://twitter.com/BucksCoBeacon You can support this show by becoming a patron for as little as $5/month at https://www.patreon.com/rcpress/.  You can also help out the show by heading over to our YouTube channel if you are not there already and smash that subscribe button, like the stream for this show, and hit that notification bell so you'll know every time we go live.  Welcome to our new Mastodon community. Yes, as part of the Twitter exodus, Raging Chicken is now on Mastodon. You can find us on Mastodon @rcpress@union.place. Don't Let Paul Martino & His Oligarch Friends Buy Our Schools and push extremist politics in our community. Raging Chicken has teamed up with LevelField to launch a truly community rooted PAC to invest in organizing, supporting local and state-wide progressive candidates, and unmasking the toxic organizations injecting our communities with right-wing extremism. We're putting small-dollar donations to work to beat back the power of Big Money.  You can get more information and drop your donation at  https://ragingchicken.levelfield.net/.  

Galway Bay FM - Sports
HURLING: Former Galway manager Cyril Farrell gives his thoughts to Galway Bay FM's Sean Walsh on St. Thomas' defeat to Antrim's Dunloy in All-Ireland senior semi-final

Galway Bay FM - Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 5:18


HURLING: Former Galway manager Cyril Farrell gives his thoughts to Galway Bay FM's Sean Walsh on St. Thomas' defeat to Antrim's Dunloy in All-Ireland senior semi-final

L'After Foot
Libre antenne: Cyril, supporter des Bleus : "Je voulais vous remonter le moral" – 19/12

L'After Foot

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 5:18


L'émission qui dit tout haut ce que le monde du foot pense tout bas ! Cette année, l' « After Foot » fête ses 16 ans et propose un choc des générations ! Composée de ceux qui ont grandi avec l'After, la « Génération After » prendra les commandes de l'émission entre 20h et 22h. Avec Nicolas Jamain aux manettes, entouré de Kévin Diaz, Mathieu Bodmer, Walid Acherchour, Simon Dutin, Romain Canuti et Sofiane Zouaoui, cette nouvelle génération débattra avec passion, mais toujours en conservant les convictions et les codes de l'After. De 22h à minuit, place à la version originelle et historique de l'After autour de Gilbert Brisbois, Daniel Riolo, Stéphane Guy, et Florent Gautreau. Les soirs de Ligue des Champions, Jérôme Rothen rejoindra la bande pour les matchs du PSG et Mamadou Niang pour les matchs de l'OM. Nicolas Vilas sera aux commandes pour faire vivre les matchs dans l'After Live. Cette année, Thibaut Giangrande pilotera l' « After Foot » le vendredi et samedi.

The Clement Manyathela Show
ANC 55TH NATIONAL CONFERENCE

The Clement Manyathela Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 13:52


Clement is joined by one of Cyril's campaigners and Former Minister of Agriculture and Land Affairs, Derek Hanekom providing insight on Cyril Ramaphosa's campaign, confident that the president will win by a large margin.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Time to Shine Podcast : Public speaking | Communication skills | Storytelling
194. Cyril Junior Dim: Being Coachable Will Make You a Champion

Time to Shine Podcast : Public speaking | Communication skills | Storytelling

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 25:28


Cyril Junior Dim is Zimbabwean by descent and was educated as a Software Engineer in Wrocław, Poland. He has spent the past 13 years mastering the art of Public Speaking. Cyril's exploits have taken him across all avenues of the spoken word, including theatre, Stand-Up Comedy, TEDx, Sports Commentary, and Events Hosting. He is most […]

RTÉ - The Ryan Tubridy Show
Padraig Cusack

RTÉ - The Ryan Tubridy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 16:10


On Christmas Day TG4 are showing a new documentary about one of Ireland's greatest ever actors Cyril Cusack. It's called Cyril Cusack Lár na Státise, or Cyril Cusack – Centre Stage. Oliver was joined on the line from Cork by Cyril's youngest son, Padraig Cusack.

Carbonite Bounty BS - A Mandalorian Podcast
Star Wars - Andor Season 1 Wrapup

Carbonite Bounty BS - A Mandalorian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 68:04


We are back this week to wrap-up this season of perfection, People! Make sure you visit us at www.nerdcyclopedia.com, follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter@nerdcyclopedia and email us with your feedback at nerds@nerdcyclopedia.com. This is the last podcast of the year so see you in 2023!

Will Wright Catholic
The Miracle of the Incarnation

Will Wright Catholic

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 28:14


IntroductionToday we are exploring one of the most important topics in human history: the Incarnation of the Word of God. What we celebrate on the Solemnity of the Annunciation and then nine months later on December 25th is the most marvelous of mysterious miracles. What does the Church definitively teach about the Incarnation? What is the Hypostatic Union? Is Jesus half-God and half-man or fully God and fully man? How does that work? What are some of the heresies about Christ?This week's episode will exclusively focus on the fact, nature, and truth of the Incarnation. There is far more to say about the nature of Christ than I can cover in one short episode. So, know that there is more to say, more distinctions to draw, and more fruitful reflection to be had! Next week, in a second part, we will explore the effects of the Incarnation on Christ Himself as well as the teaching of St. Thomas Aquinas on the fittingness of the Incarnation. As well, we will look at the effects of the Incarnation on humanity and the world. In other words, what is the significance of Christmas for you and I personally? The Marvelous Fact of the IncarnationTwo thousand years ago, the Eternal Word of God took on Flesh. In the Nicene Creed, Christians acclaim that: “For us men and for our salvation he came down from heaven; by the power of the Holy Spirit, he became incarnate of the Virgin Mary, and was made man.” Belief in the Incarnation of the Son of God, the second Person of the Blessed Trinity, is distinctively Christian. No other religion claims something so seemingly outlandish: that the Almighty God would condescend to share in His creation. Yet, this is the truth. The Incarnation is a marvelous fact, a “unique and altogether singular event (CCC 464)” to borrow the language of the Catechism. This marvelous reality is not simple to understand, nor is it something intuitively grasped by our feeble human intellect. However, there is much that God has revealed to us and unpacked through the guidance of the Holy Spirit over the centuries. The “Incarnation is… the mystery of the wonderful union of the divine and human natures in the one person of the Word (CCC 483).” We will walk through the Divinity of Jesus Christ then His human nature, and then we will be able to talk with some level of clarity on the Hypostatic Union. I am going to try hard to keep this simple without watering anything down. I will also try to define any technical terms that I use. My hope is that this will remain accessible while faithful and accurately explaining the Church's perennial teachings on the nature of the Incarnation. The Divinity of Jesus ChristTwo thousand years ago, Jesus of Nazareth was conceived and born, a real person of history. Historical consensus confirms this reality. We also have the faithful witness of the Old and New Testaments. In the Old Testament, the Psalms, the Wisdom Literature, and the Prophets all speak of the coming Messiah. The Jewish people at the time of Jesus were waiting for the Messiah, an anointed one, who would take the throne of King David and rule as a militaristic warrior to expel the Romans from the Holy Land. In the New Testament, St. Matthew traces the genealogy of Jesus back to Adam and St. Luke traces the genealogy of Jesus back to God Himself. St. Matthew's genealogy also particularly centers Jesus as the expected heir of David's throne. From the perspective of today, we, of course, know that Jesus did not come as a militaristic warrior-king. But, how do we know that Jesus Christ is God, that He is Divine?In the beginning of the Holy Gospel according to St. John, there is no genealogy. Instead, the prologue of John identifies Jesus with the uncreated Word of God through which all things were made: the Logos. The Word of God has become man and pitched His tent among us. He is the Emmanuel foretold by the Prophet Isaiah. The Gospels firmly show that Jesus is not merely another anointed one (messias), He is the Divine Messiah (cf. Mt. 1:23, 2:6; Mk. 1:2, Lk. 7:27). He is God's own Son (cf. Mt. 16:13; Jn. 10:36; Mk. 14:62; Lk. 1:35). And, finally, He is God. “In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God… (cf. Jn. 1:1).” There is a phenomenal exploration of the claim to divinity of Jesus in the New Testament by Dr. Brant Pitre entitled: The Case for Jesus: The Biblical and Historical Evidence for Christ. I highly recommend reading that book, if you are interested!The remainder of the New Testament further solidifies the Divinity of Jesus Christ and this fact is upheld by the Fathers of the Church in the first millennium of the Church as well. By a singular miracle, the uncreated Son of God, consubstantial with the Father was made man and dwelt among us. He is, thus, truly and appropriately called a Divine Person. As the Council of Chalcedon in 451 A.D. put it: “We confess that our Lord Jesus Christ is not parted or divided into two persons, but is one and the same only-Begotten Son and Word of God (Chalcedon, Part ii, act. 5).”Modern academics of all stripes will try to poke holes in the doctrine of the divinity of Christ. This makes sense for those who wish to conform God to their viewpoint rather than be conformed by Him. If Jesus Christ is God, then everything He said carries the full authority of Almighty God.The Human Nature of Jesus ChristJesus Christ is fully God. But Jesus Christ is fully man, with flesh supplied from the womb of the Blessed Virgin Mary. He is a Divine Person, not a human person. However, He possesses a full and complete human nature: body and soul. As St. Thomas Aquinas puts it: “Although Christ is not the human nature, He has human nature (ST III, q. 10, a. 10, ad. 1).”The human nature of Christ is difficult to wrap our minds around. Some in the history of the Church, for example, have tried to claim that Jesus' human body was an illusion. To this, St. Augustine answers: "If the Body of Christ was a fancy, then Christ erred; and if Christ erred, then He is not the Truth. But Christ is the Truth; hence His Body was not a fancy' (Augustine, QQ. lxxxiii, q. 14; P.L., XL, 14).”Just as we acknowledge wholeheartedly that Jesus Christ is truly God, we also acknowledge that a true human soul animates the truly human body of Jesus. St. Thomas Aquinas explains:“The body is not said to be animated save from its union with the soul. Now the body of Christ is said to be animated, as the Church chants: ‘Taking an animate body, He deigned to be born of a Virgin' [Feast of the Circumcision, Ant. ii, Lauds]. Therefore in Christ there was a union of soul and body (cf. ST III, q. 2, a. 5, s.c.).”The Hypostatic UnionFully God and fully man, Jesus Christ is the God-Man. The central mystery within the mystery of the Incarnation is how the divinity and humanity of Jesus interact. This mystery is called the hypostatic union. Hypostasis is the Greek word for person. St. John Damascene teaches that “In our Lord Jesus Christ we acknowledge two natures, but one hypostasis composed from both (De Fide Orth. iii, 3, 4, 5). The Catholic Encyclopedia explains of this union:“We speak here of no moral union, no union in a figurative sense of the word; but a union that is physical, a union of two substances or natures so as to make One Person, a union which means that God is Man and Man is God in the Person of Jesus Christ (CE).”St. Thomas Aquinas speaks at length about the nature of the hypostatic union, but one insight that I find most helpful is the difference between assumption and uniting. He speaks of assumption as an action - the Word of God assumed human flesh. This is not wrong to say, but St. Thomas prefers the idea of uniting or becoming. The Word of God became flesh or united with the human flesh of Jesus at His first moment of existence. Here we can already run into problems if we are not careful. Did Jesus have a beginning? Yes! Did the Son of God have a beginning? No! He is begotten, not made, eternal and consubstantial with God the Father. As St. Thomas concisely explains: “Whatever has a beginning in time is created. Now this union was not from eternity, but began in time. Therefore the union is something created (ST III, q. 2, a. 7, s.c.).”There is a true union of divinity and humanity in Christ. But we should not think that the divinity of Christ overpowers and consumes the humanity of Christ. Pope Alexander III, in the 12th Century, quipped: “Since Christ is perfect God and perfect man, what foolhardiness have some to dare to affirm that Christ as man is not a substance?" In other words, the metaphysical substance of the human nature of Christ is real and persists, completely and perfectly united to His divine nature.How did this happen? How were the divinity and humanity of Jesus Christ united, in time? It is by God's grace! It is a true miracle, a unique and singular event. St. Thomas Aquinas echoes St. Augustine when he teaches: “Augustine says (De Praed. Sanct. xv): ‘By the same grace every man is made a Christian, from the beginning of his faith, as this man from His beginning was made Christ.' But this man became Christ by union with the Divine Nature. Therefore this union was by grace (ST III, q. 2, a. 10, s.c.).”Thank you for reading Will Wright Catholic. This post is public so feel free to share it.False Natures of the Incarnation - Heresies about ChristThere is no shortage of false teachings about Jesus Christ. Catholic orthodoxy is a thin line which has been guarded as a precious jewel from apostolic times. Without the authentic measure of orthodoxy provided by the Catholic Church, then any opinion would be fair game. In fact, this is unfortunately the state of affairs in many Protestant communions. Before we further clarify what the Catholic Church teaches truly about Jesus Christ, it is helpful to look at some of the heresies about Christ in the early Church. By looking at what the incarnation is not, we can come to a better understanding of what it is. There is a lot to be said about these heretics and heresies, but I am going to try to keep it brief.ArianismArius was a priest in Constantinople in the late 3rd Century and early 4th Century. He believed that God the Father was uniquely God and Christ was subordinate in every way to the Father. He denied the hypostatic union and believed that Christ was the highest of the creatures of God. No small historical issue, there was a time when the majority of the Church's episcopacy was Arian in belief. Suffice it to say, Catholic orthodoxy was victorious. The Council of Nicaea in 325 A.D., led by the great Saint Athanasius formulated the first version of the Nicene Creed that is professed on Sundays. We believe in “one Lord Jesus Christ… true God of true God… Who took Flesh, became Man and suffered.”NestorianismIn 428 A.D. the Patriarch of Constantinople was a man named Nestorius. He called the union of the two natures a mysterious and an inseparable joining, but would admit no unity in the strict sense of the word to be the result of this joining. The union of the two natures, to Nestorius, is not physical but moral. As he put it “the Word indwells in Jesus like as God indwells in the just.” There is not a true, physical and lasting union of divinity and humanity. To explain his view he said that Mary is the Mother of Christ (Christotokos) but not the Mother of God (Theotokos)Nestorius denied the hypostatic union but, unlike Arius before him, did acknowledge the divinity of Christ. He just did not believe that there was a physical union or substantial union of humanity and divinity. So, to Nestorius, when Christ suffered, He did so in His humanity, not in His divinity. On the contrary, Saint Athansius taught (against Apollinarius) that: “They err who say that it is one person who is the Son that suffered, and another person who did not suffer ...; the Flesh became God's own by nature [kata physin], not that it became consubstantial with the Divinity of the Logos as if coeternal therewith, but that it became God's own Flesh by its very nature [kata physin] (Contra Apollinarium, I, 12, in P.G., XXVI, 1113).”The Council of Ephesus in 431 A.D. condemned Nestorius as a heretic and defined that Mary was mother in the flesh of God's Word made Flesh. In this way, it is right to call her Theotokos or God-bearer. The specific anathema against Nestorianism was written by St. Cyril of Alexandria who wrote extensively on the nature of Christ. He said:“If in the one Christ anyone divides the substances, after they have been once united, and joins them together merely by a juxtaposition [mone symapton autas synapheia] of honour or of authority or of power and not rather by a union into a physical unity [synode te kath henosin physiken], let him be accursed (can. iii).”MonophysitismThe Christological heresies, so-called, did not end with the Council of Ephesus. Eutyches took part in that Council of Ephesus and was fiercely opposed to the teachings of Nestorius. However, he went too far in the other direction. He developed the heresy of Monophysitism which held that there was only one Person in Christ (which is true) but he only held one nature in Christ (which is heretical). His denial was that Christ was “consubstantial with us men” as St. Cyril of Alexandria held. Eutyches was stressing Christ's uniqueness, not intended to deny Christ's full manhood. The error of Eutyches is the cautionary tale of not swinging too far in our refutations.This heresy was condemned by the Council of Chalcedon in 451 A.D. It was formulated in this way:Jesus Christ remained, after the Incarnation, “perfect in Divinity and perfect in humanity… consubstantial with the Father according to His Divinity, consubstantial with us according to His humanity… one and the same Christ, the Son, the Lord, the Only begotten, to be acknowledged in two natures not intermingled, not changed, not divisible, not separable (cf. Denzinger, n. 148).”MonothelitismThe next heresy of monothelitism began orthodox enough. The monothelitists defended the union of two natures in one Divine Person. They went off the rails in saying that this Divine Person only had one divine will - they denied the human will of Jesus.Sacred Scripture teaches us that Jesus Christ has a human will. He performed acts of adoration, humility, and reverence. In the Garden of Gethsemane, He prayed to the Father that the “cup” of His sacrifice and death pass without His drinking it. Praying to the Father in this way, He showed His human aversion to death but also the human act of the will of obedience in saying: “not my will, but thine be done.”Monothelitism was condemned by the Third Council of Constantinople in 680 A.D. They defined that in Christ there were two natural wills and two natural activities, the Divine and the human, and that the human will was not at all contrary to the Divine, but rather perfectly subject thereto (cf. Denzinger, n. 291).The Truth About the Incarnation - Catholic TeachingBy way of summary, what then does the Church authentically teach about the nature of Christ and the hypostatic union? Jesus Christ is a Divine Hypostasis - a Divine Person. The unique hypostatic union of Jesus Christ is the complete union of two natures, one divine and one human, in one Divine Person without change, division, separation, or the like. When the Eternal Word of God took Flesh, there was no change in the Word. All the change that took place was in the Holy Flesh of Christ. At the moment of conception, in the womb of the Blessed Mother, through the forcefulness of God's activity, the human soul of Christ was created and the Word became the man that was conceived. Next Time on WWCNext time on WWC, we will explore the second part of this series on the incarnation. Namely, we will be looking at the effects of the Incarnation on Christ Himself, on the world, and on us! We will also look briefly at what St. Thomas Aquinas had to say on the fittingness of the Incarnation. For example, if mankind had not sinned, would God have still become incarnate?! Stop on by next time and see what the Angelic Doctor had to say. The next part of the series should also be a fruitful reflection for us entering into Christmas! Thanks for reading. See you next time on Will Wright Catholic!Thanks for reading Will Wright Catholic! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit willwrightcatholic.substack.com

Podlitiek
Ep. 201 - Oom Cyril sukkel, Oekraine wikkel

Podlitiek

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 22:58


In die week se episode #ontnonsens die Podlitiek-span 'n paar sake van nasionale en internasionale belang - skakel gerus in!

Voices of Renewal
Episode 39: Dr. Donald Fairbairn on Cyril of Alexandria

Voices of Renewal

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 31:54


Cyril of Alexandria (376-444) is a Church father and Doctor of the Church who fought for Christological orthodoxy in the fifth century. He was a central figure at the Council of Ephesus and helped combat heresy through his writings. Cyril was a prolific author and consummate pastor, leading the Church in Alexandria as archbishop for 32 years. To hear more about Cyril's life and legacy, listen to Dr. Donald Fairbairn, Robert E. Cooley Professor of Early Christianity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. 

The Gareth Cliff Show
Stop Nonsense!

The Gareth Cliff Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 59:04


09.12.22 Pt 1 - Gareth and Simphiwe talk about World Anti-Corruption Day - which the South African government is ironically involving themselves with. Yvonne Diogo from The MTV Staying Alive Foundation talks about how they're effecting social change amongst the youth… and Ben is not having it with Cyril today!

A History of Christian Theology
Episode 131: AHOCT- Theotokos and Christology: Cyril of Alexandria and Nestorius

A History of Christian Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 78:40


Tom, Trevor, and Chad continue their conversation over the Christological Controversies of the 4th and 5th centuries. In this episode, we cover the question over the name “theotokos” for Mary and why this was such a hot topic for Nestorius and Cyril. This is the second of three in the series on this important topic of early Christianity.

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
The Twofold Coming of Christ – St. Cyril of Jerusalem from the Office of Readings

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 4:17


St Cyril of Jerusalem The twofold coming of Christ We do not preach only one coming of Christ, but a second as well, much more glorious than the first. The first coming was marked by patience; the second will bring the crown of a divine kingdom. In general, whatever relates to our Lord Jesus Christ has two aspects. There is a birth from God before the ages, and a birth from a virgin at the fullness of time. There is a hidden coming, like that of rain on fleece, and a coming before all eyes, still in the future. At the first coming he was wrapped in swaddling clothes in a manger. At his second coming he will be clothed in light as in a garment. In the first coming he endured the cross, despising the shame; in the second coming he will be in glory, escorted by an army of angels. We look then beyond the first coming and await the second. At the first coming we said: Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. At the second we shall say it again; we shall go out with the angels to meet the Lord and cry out in adoration: Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. The post The Twofold Coming of Christ – St. Cyril of Jerusalem from the Office of Readings appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.