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Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
November 26, 2022 Vigil of the Resurrection

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 10:16


Vigil of the ResurrectionSaturday, November 26, 2022Opening SentencesEvening Hymn: Phos Hilaron (Hymn to Christ the Light)Thanksgiving for LightPsalm 118:1-4, 14-21Psalm 150Resurrection Gospel: Mark 16:9-20Thanksgiving for BaptismCanticle: Canticle of Miriam and Moses (Exodus 15:1, 2, 11, 13, 17-18)PrayerDismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press. Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version - Updated Edition, copyright (c) 2021 by the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. "Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from Pixabay. Candle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay. 

Vigil
Vigil Part 9: Omission Part 1

Vigil

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 24:08


Vigil Part 9: Omission Part 1 As Maria and her team attempt to ignore the harassment of Morse, they share a case that sees Vigil contacted by a detective with a chip on her shoulder, and a case too tantalizing to pass up. Content Warning: This episode contains depictions of a detective agency, surveillance, hacking, and alarms as well as mentions of crime, firearms, arrest, and being followed. There are some sudden, loud noises including alarms. It also contains strong language and themes that may not be suitable for all audiences. Listener discretion is advised. The Transcript for Part 9 of Vigil is too large to fit in our show notes, but you can find it here: Episode Transcript (May Contain Spoilers) Vigil is a superhero, audio fiction thriller in ten parts from Adam Qutaishat (Button Podcasts) and All In Productions. Subscribe on your feed to be the first to listen to Vigil, and learn more about the series and creators by checking out our website at vigilpod.com. You can follow us on social media at buttonpods on Instagram and Facebook. You can drop us a line at contact@vigilpod.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Al Jazeera - Your World
Iran beat Wales in second World Cup game, Vigil in France for Channel migrants

Al Jazeera - Your World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 2:22


Sons of Ars
Vigil Praise Homily 11/19

Sons of Ars

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 26:46


His Emminence Cardinal Stafford preaches on the nature of a vigil and meeting Christ in an unexpected place.

Durma com essa
As ações da Anvisa no novo momento da covid no Brasil

Durma com essa

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 18:41


A Anvisa (Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária) determinou a volta da obrigatoriedade do uso de máscaras em aviões e aeroportos e aprovou, com atraso, o uso emergencial das vacinas bivalentes contra a covid-19, que são versões atualizadas do imunizante. As medidas representam uma reação da agência ao crescente número de casos da doença no Brasil. O Durma com Essa desta quarta-feira (23) fala sobre as ações da Anvisa e como está o combate à doença no país. O programa conta também com as participações de Isabela Cruz, que comenta o pedido do PL para anular mais da metade dos votos do segundo turno das eleições e de Beatriz Gatti, que explica a importância da agricultura urbana.

KQED's The California Report
San Francisco's LGBTQ Community Holds Vigil For Victims of Colorado Nightclub Shooting

KQED's The California Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 11:37


Last night, the Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club hosted a vigil to honor the victims of the shooting in a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs. The vigil took place at Harvey Milk Plaza, one week before the 44th anniversary of the assassination of Supervisor Harvey Milk and Mayor George Moscone. A recent investigation from CapRadio and the California Newsroom revealed the U.S. Forest Service predicted that a wildfire could wipe out the town of Grizzly Flats. But the agency failed to deliver on plans to protect the rural Northern California town.  Reporter: Scott Rodd, CapRadio California is one of the nation's most linguistically diverse states. An estimated 3.4 million workers don't speak English well, or at all. Many of them work low-wage, high-risk jobs. But the state agency tasked with protecting workers' health and safety, is woefully understaffed in terms of bilingual inspectors. Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero, KQED

The LA Report
Where Oscar Gomez died, students created an altar and vigil for the anniversary of the Chicano activist's death – The Sunday Edition

The LA Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 10:42


In this Sunday edition: In our podcast Imperfect Paradise: Forgotten Revolutionary, we investigated the unexplained death of Oscar Gomez, a star of the 1990s Chicano student movement. Now, students at UC Santa Barbara have created an altar and vigil for the 28th anniversary of his death. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.  Support the show: https://laist.com

Tribulation-Now
Prayer Vigil and Communion Service

Tribulation-Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 146:00


Prayer Vigil and Communion Service Join Johnny Baptist and the believers in the chat room for a Holy Communion Service and an hour plus of united corporate prayer and praise helping to draw us closer to our Lord Jesus, and our awesome Heavenly Father God. This night we will pray together, share in some Biblical mysteries and partake in Holy Communion to honor our King. God Bless You - See you there! To sign up for radio show Email Notifications click  Mail Link: http://gem.godaddy.com/signups/185380/join

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
November 19, 2022 Vigil of the Resurrection

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 9:25


Vigil of the ResurrectionSaturday, November 19, 2022Opening SentencesEvening Hymn: Phos Hilaron (Hymn to Christ the Light)Thanksgiving for LightPsalm 118:22-29Psalm 150Resurrection Gospel: Mark 16:1-7Thanksgiving for BaptismCanticle: We Praise You, O God (Te Deum Laudamus)PrayerDismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press. Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version - Updated Edition, copyright (c) 2021 by the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. "Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from Pixabay. Candle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay. 

Vigil
Vigil Part 8.5: Update 4

Vigil

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 3:52


Vigil is nominated for Best Podcast of Milwaukee 2022. You can vote for it here! --- Vigil Part 8.5: Update 4 As the tensions and threats increase, Maria gives another update about the remainder of season one. Content Warning: This episode contains mentions of death, hacking, digital threats, and stalking. It may not be suitable for all audiences. Listener discretion is advised. Vigil is a superhero, audio fiction thriller in ten parts from Adam Qutaishat (Button Podcasts) and All In Productions. Subscribe on your feed to be the first to listen to Vigil, and learn more about the series and creators by checking out our website at vigilpod.com. You can follow us on social media at buttonpods on Instagram and Facebook. You can drop us a line at contact@vigilpod.com. ------ Episode Transcript (May Contain Spoilers): Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rádio Gaúcha
diretora do Centro Estadual de Vigilância em Saúde, Tani Ranieri

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 20:36


RS já tem nove casos da subvariante e atualização da situação pandêmica no estado

TODAY
November 15: Trump set to announce 2024 run. President Biden attends G-20 summit. New details in deadly UVA shooting. Amazon's layoffs latest in tech industry.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 30:25


Donald Trump is set to announce his third presidential run following disappointment in midterm results. Also, President Biden meets with world leaders at the G-20 summit. Plus, thousands of students gather for a vigil to honor the victims of the University of Virginia shooting as the suspect faces second degree murder charges. And, Amazon reportedly set to lay off thousands of employees as soon as this week amid tech industry troubles.

BALL SIDE GOAL SIDE
33. Alex Greco & Alycia Vigil | Head Coach & Current Player, Adams State University Women's Soccer

BALL SIDE GOAL SIDE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 60:59


We start the conversation about resources & utilizing elements that help programs define performance analysis. Joined by Adams State University Head Coach Alex Greco, and Junior Midfielder Alycia Vigil, they provide unique perspectives both from a coaching staff & player approach. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
November 12, 2022 Vigil of the Resurrection

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 10:29


Vigil of the ResurrectionSaturday, November 12, 2022Opening SentencesEvening Hymn: Phos Hilaron (Hymn to Christ the Light)Thanksgiving for LightPsalm 118:1-4, 14-21Psalm 150Resurrection Gospel: Matthew 28:1-10, 16-20Thanksgiving for BaptismCanticle: Canticle of Miriam and Moses (Exodus 15:1, 2, 11, 13, 17-18)PrayerDismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press. Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version - Updated Edition, copyright (c) 2021 by the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. "Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from Pixabay. Candle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay. 

Vigil
Vigil Part 8: Parse Part 2

Vigil

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 22:22


Vigil is nominated for Best Podcast of Milwaukee 2022. You can vote for it here! Voting runs from Nov. 3 through Dec. 1, 2022. You must vote in at least 3 categories for your vote to count. Best Podcast is listed under "City Confidential." You will need to provide a valid email address to vote. --- Vigil Part 8: Parse Part 2 Vigil has met his match in Parse as he dives deeper into conflict with the most powerful organization in the heroic world. How will he fare? Join Maria Kennedy in Part 8 to find out. Content Warning: This episode contains depictions of violence, crime, hacking, surveillance, loss of memory, loss of mental faculties, and a mortar strike, as well as mentions of criminal organizations and kidnapping. There are some sudden, loud noises including a large explosion. It also contains strong language and themes that may not be suitable for all audiences. Listener discretion is advised. The Transcript for Part 8 of Vigil is too large to fit in our show notes, but you can find it here: Episode Transcript (May Contain Spoilers) Vigil is a superhero, audio fiction thriller in ten parts from Adam Qutaishat (Button Podcasts) and All In Productions. Subscribe on your feed to be the first to listen to Vigil, and learn more about the series and creators by checking out our website at vigilpod.com. You can follow us on social media at buttonpods on Instagram and Facebook. You can drop us a line at contact@vigilpod.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rádio Gaúcha
Gaúcha Hoje - Gaúcha Serra - Magda Beatris Teles- Dir-Téc-da-Vigilância-SMS-Cxs - RS - 10/11/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 12:48


ENTREVISTA: Magda Beatris Teles, diretora técnica da vigilância epidemiológica da Secretaria da Saúde. Assunto: como está a aplicação de terceira e quarta doses da vacina contra a covid em Caxias?

The Two Shot Podcast
S10E12 - Martin Compston (Part 2)

The Two Shot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 56:59


Hiyer. How art? This week's ep is a part 2. A catchup with an old pal of Craig's; Mr Martin Compston. Martin needs no introduction but we'll give him one anyway. Line of Duty (obvs), Monarch of the Glen, The Wee Man, Ken Loach's Sweet Sixteen, Vigil, The Nest. Tons of amazing stuff. Podcast listeners, which we're sure a lot of you are, may have heard him on his new podcast Restless Natives with his mate Gordon Smart. Essential listening. Anyway, here you are. Martin Compston part deux. Expect egg chat, shopping for glasses and the unstoppable march of time, the pace of life in LA, cnuts on social media and loads, loads, loads, loads more. This is series ten, episode twelve of the Two Shot Podcast with Martin Compston If you've enjoyed listening to this episode then please click through to patreon.com/twoshotpod to make a donation to the running costs of the show. You'll get bonus podcast audio, pictures, videos and some shiny new TSP merch in return. Nice one. Get in touch... Facebook - search 'Two Shot Podcast' Twitter - @twoshotpod Instagram - @twoshotpod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
Democratic Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney has conceded to GOP congressman Mike Lawler...Businesses in Brooklyn now receiving racist mail...Vigil tonight for two infants murdered in the Bronx

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 4:07


Magickando
Forma-Pensamento e Palavra-Vírus: E quando nossas ideias criam vida? | Magickando 172

Magickando

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 72:30


Magickando é o seu podcast sobre magia e capirotagem! Entenda finalmente sobre as artes ocultas de maneira clara, objetiva e descompromissada. Pelos olhos de Andrei Fernandes, Marcos Keller, Livia Andrade, Vinícius Ferreira e Carol Alves. No episódio de hoje conversamos sobre forma-pensamento e palavra-vírus. Se somos máquinas desejantes, então o que acontece quando nossas ideias, conceitos e pensamentos criam vida? Nos siga nos Twitter e curta nossa página no Facebook. Comentado nos recados: Instagram: @magickando Twitter: @magickando Orelo para apoiar o Magickando Comentados no episódio: A Piada mais Engraçada do Mundo – Monty Python Nota: Neste episódio foram citadas as siglas DST (Doenças Sexualmente Transmissível) e IST (Infecção Sexualmente Transmissível). Assim, gostaríamos de esclarecer que o Departamento de Vigilância, prevenção e controle das IST, HIV/Aids e Hepatites Virais adotou a nomenclatura IST substituindo DST, pois entendem que pessoas podem transmitir infecções mesmo sendo assintomáticas (sem estarem aparentemente doentes), como nos casos de sífilis e herpes genital. Se cuidem e usem camisinha. Livros recomendados: O Anti-Édipo – Deleuze e Guattari Mil Platôs – Deleuze e Guattari Quantum Psychology – Robert Anton Wilson Psybermagick – Peter J. Carroll

Rádio Gaúcha
Coordenador Richard Steiner Salvato - 08/11/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 14:21


Coordenador da Vigilância Genômica do Centro Estadual de Vigilância em Saúde, Richard Steiner Salvato, confirma primeiro caso da subvariante da ômicron BQ.1 no RS.

The Hassle of Hair
Vigil Studios and The Meat

The Hassle of Hair

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 135:48


The Hassle Of Hair Episode 153 - Jesse sits down with Evan, Diego and Bailey the meat. they talk Diego and Evans latest project with Vigil Studios, Jesse gets REALLY REALLY cross FADED https://linktr.ee/Thehassleofhair

City of Light Anglican Church—Aurora, Illinois
All Saints Vigil Homily — Leah Mitchell

City of Light Anglican Church—Aurora, Illinois

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 19:08


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Al Jazeera - Your World
Iran confirms drones to Russia, South Korea vigil for Halloween crush

Al Jazeera - Your World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 2:24


Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
November 5, 2022 Vigil of the Resurrection

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 10:42


Vigil of the ResurrectionSaturday, November 5, 2022Opening SentencesEvening Hymn: Phos Hilaron (Hymn to Christ the Light)Thanksgiving for LightPsalm 118:22-29Psalm 150Resurrection Gospel: John 21:1-14Thanksgiving for BaptismCanticle: We Praise You, O God (Te Deum Laudamus)PrayerDismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press. Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version - Updated Edition, copyright (c) 2021 by the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. "Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from Pixabay. Candle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay. 

Tribulation-Now
Prayer Vigil and Communion Service

Tribulation-Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 136:00


Prayer Vigil and Communion Service Join Johnny Baptist and the believers in the chat room for a Holy Communion Service and an hour plus of united corporate prayer and praise helping to draw us closer to our Lord Jesus, and our awesome Heavenly Father God. This night we will pray together, share in some Biblical mysteries and partake in Holy Communion to honor our King. God Bless You - See you there! To sign up for radio show Email Notifications click  Mail Link: http://gem.godaddy.com/signups/185380/join

What Will Be Here?
Introducing: Vigil

What Will Be Here?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 21:47


Introducing the first episode of Vigil! See the end of the show notes for the content warnings for this episode. Vigil is a thriller about a hero the world forgot and all the secrets he tried to expose. It takes place in a future where superhero conglomerates have taken charge of the health and safety of the general population. An investigative journalist sets out to do a special report on the life and career of recently deceased support hero, Vigil, but gets more than she bargained for when her investigation leads her to uncover some of the super heroic industry's darkest secrets. You can listen to Vigil anywhere you listen to podcasts, and find transcripts at vigilpod.com. Content Warning: This episode contains depictions of violence, alcoholism, surveillance, alcohol consumption, physical restraint, and forcing someone to become inebriated against their will, as well as mentions of death, murder, theft, crime, assassination, and alcohol poisoning. There are some sudden, loud noises. It also contains strong language and themes that may not be suitable for all audiences. Listener discretion is advised. Transcript here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MTR Podcasts
Interview with bass-baritone Davóne Tines

MTR Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 41:09


Heralded as "[one] of the most powerful voices of our time" by the Los Angeles Times, bass-baritone Davóne Tines has come to international attention as a path-breaking artist whose work not only encompasses a diverse repertoire but also explores the social issues of today. As a Black, gay, classically trained performer at the intersection of many histories, cultures, and aesthetics, Tines is engaged in work that blends opera, art song, contemporary classical music, spirituals, gospel, and songs of protest, as a means to tell a deeply personal story of perseverance that connects to all of humanity. Davóne Tines is Musical America's 2022 Vocalist of the Year. During the 2022-23 season, he continues his role as the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra & Chorale's first-ever Creative Partner and, beginning in January 2023, he will serve as Brooklyn Academy of Music's first Artist in Residence in more than a decade. In addition to strategic planning, programming, and working within the community, this season Tines curates the “Artist as Human” program, exploring how each artist's subjectivity—be it their race, gender, sexuality, etc.—informs performance, and how these perspectives develop throughout their repertoire. In the fall of 2022, Tines makes a number of important debuts at prominent New York institutions, including the Park Avenue Armory, New York Philharmonic, BAM, and Carnegie Hall, continuing to establish a strong presence in the city's classical scene. He opens his season with the New York premiere of Tyshawn Sorey's Monochromatic Light (Afterlife) at the Park Avenue Armory, also doubling as Tines' Armory debut. Inspired by one of Sorey's most important influences, Morton Feldman and his work Rothko Chapel, Monochromatic Light (Afterlife) takes after Feldman's focus on expansive textures and enveloping sounds, aiming to create an all-immersive experience. Tine's solo part was written specifically for him by Sorey, marking a third collaboration between the pair; Sorey previously created arrangements for Tines' Recital No. 1: MASS and Concerto No. 2: ANTHEM. Peter Sellars directs, with whom Davóne collaborated in John Adam's opera Girls of the Golden West and Kaija Saariaho's Only the Sound Remains. Tines' engagements continue with Everything Rises, an original, evening length staged musical work he created with violinist Jennifer Koh, premiering in New York as part of the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Next Wave Festival. Everything Rises tells the story of Tines' and Koh's artistic journeys and family histories through music, projections, and recorded interviews. As a platform, it also centers the need for artists of color to be seen and heard. Everything Rises premiered in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles in April 2022, with the LA Times commenting, “Koh and Tines' stories have made them what they are, but their art needs to be—and is—great enough to tell us who they are.” This season also has Tines making his New York Philharmonic debut performing in Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, led by Jaap van Zweden. Tines returns to the New York Philharmonic in the spring to sing the Vox Christi in Bach's St. Matthew Passion, also under van Zweden. Tines is a musician who takes full agency of his work, devising performances from conception to performance. His Recital No. 1: MASS program reflects this ethos, combining traditional music with pieces by J.S. Bach, Margaret Bonds, Moses Hogan, Julius Eastman, Caroline Shaw, Tyshawn Sorey, and Tines. This season, he makes his Carnegie Hall recital debut performing MASS at Weill Hall, and later brings the program to the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, Baltimore's Shriver Hall, for the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, and as part of Boston's Celebrity Series. Concerto No. 1: SERMON is a similar artistic endeavor, combining pieces including John Adams' El Niño; Vigil, written by Tines and Igée Dieudonné with orchestration by Matthew Aucoin; “You Want the Truth, but You Don't Want to Know,” from Anthony Davis' X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X; and poems from Langston Hughes, James Baldwin, and Maya Angelou into a concert performance. In May 2021, Tines performed Concerto No. 1: SERMON with Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Philadelphia Orchestra, and with the BBC Symphony Orchestra. He recently premiered Concerto No. 2: ANTHEM—created by Tines with music by Michael Schachter, Caroline Shaw, Tyshawn Sorey, and text by Mahogany L. Browne—with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl. Also this season, Tines performs in El Niño with the Cleveland Orchestra, conducted by composer John Adams; a concert performance of Adams' Girls of the Golden West with the Los Angeles Philharmonic also led by Adams; and a chamber music recital with the New World Symphony.Going beyond the concert hall, Davóne Tines also creates short music films that use powerful visuals to accentuate the social and poetic dimensions of the music. In September 2020, Lincoln Center presented his music film VIGIL, which pays tribute to Breonna Taylor, the EMT and aspiring nurse who was shot and killed by police in her Louisville home, and whose tragic death has fueled an international outcry. Created in collaboration with Igée Dieudonné, and Conor Hanick, the work was subsequently arranged for orchestra by Matthew Aucoin and premiered in a live-stream by Tines and the Louisville Orchestra, conducted by Teddy Abrams. Aucoin's orchestration is also currently part of Tines' Concerto No. 1: SERMON. He also co-created Strange Fruit with Jennifer Koh, a film juxtaposing violence against Asian Americans with Ken Ueno's arrangement of “Strange Fruit” — which the duo perform in Everything Rises — directed by dramaturg Kee-Yoon Nahm. The work premiered virtually as part of Carnegie Hall's “Voices of Hope Series.” Additional music films include FREUDE, an acapella “mashup” of Beethoven with African-American hymns that was shot, produced, and edited by Davóne Tines at his hometown church in Warrenton, Virginia and presented virtually by the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra & Chorale; EASTMAN, a micro-biographical film highlighting the life and work of composer Julius Eastman; and NATIVE SON, in which Tines sings the Black national anthem, “Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing,” and pays homage to the '60s Civil Rights-era motto “I am a man.” The latter film was created for the fourth annual Native Son Awards, which celebrate Black, gay excellence. Further online highlights include appearances as part of Boston Lyric Opera's new miniseries, desert in, marking his company debut; LA Opera at Home's Living Room Recitals; and the 2020 NEA Human and Civil Rights Awards.Notable performances on the opera stage the world premiere performances of Kaija Saariaho's Only the Sound Remains directed by Peter Sellars at Dutch National Opera, Finnish National Opera, Opéra national de Paris, and Teatro Real (Madrid); the world and European premieres of John Adams and Peter Sellars' Girls of the Golden West at San Francisco Opera and Dutch National Opera, respectively; the title role in a new production of Anthony Davis' X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X with the Detroit Opera (where he was Artist in Residence during the 2021-22 season) and the Boston Modern Opera Project with Odyssey Opera in Boston where it was recorded for future release; the world premiere of Terence Blanchard and Kasi Lemmons' Fire Shut Up In My Bones at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis; the world premiere of Matthew Aucoin's Crossing, directed by Diane Paulus at the Brooklyn Academy of Music; a new production of Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex at Lisbon's Teatro Nacional de São Carlos led by Leo Hussain; and Handel's rarely staged Aci, Galatea, e Polifemo at National Sawdust, presented in a new production by Christopher Alden. As a member of the American Modern Opera Company (AMOC), Tines served as a co-music director of the 2022 Ojai Music Festival, and has performed in Hans Werner Henze's El Cimarrón, John Adams' Nativity Reconsidered, and Were You There in collaboration with composers Matthew Aucoin and Michael Schachter.Davóne Tines is co-creator and co-librettist of The Black Clown, a music theater experience inspired by Langston Hughes' poem of the same name. The work, which was created in collaboration with director Zack Winokur and composer Michael Schachter, expresses a Black man's resilience against America's legacy of oppression—fusing vaudeville, opera, jazz, and spirituals to bring Hughes' verse to life onstage. The world premiere was given by the American Repertory Theater in 2018, and The Black Clown was presented by Lincoln Center in summer 2019.Concert appearances have included John Adams' El Niño with the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin under Vladimir Jurowski, Schumann's Das Paradies und die Peri with Louis Langrée and the Cincinnati Symphony, Kaija Saariaho's True Fire with the Orchestre national de France conducted by Olari Elts, Beethoven's Ninth Symphony with Michael Tilson Thomas leading the San Francisco Symphony, Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex with Esa-Pekka Salonen and the Royal Swedish Orchestra, and a program spotlighting music of resistance by George Crumb, Julius Eastman, Dmitri Shostakovich, and Caroline Shaw with conductor Christian Reif and members of the San Francisco Symphony at SoundBox. He also sang works by Caroline Shaw and Kaija Saariaho alongside the Calder Quartet and International Contemporary Ensemble at the Ojai Music Festival. In May 2021, Tines sang in Tulsa Opera's concert Greenwood Overcomes, which honored the resilience of Black Tulsans and Black America one hundred years after the Tulsa Race Massacre. That event featured Tines premiering “There are Many Trails of Tears,” an aria from Anthony Davis' opera-in-progress Fire Across the Tracks: Tulsa 1921.Davóne Tines is a winner of the 2020 Sphinx Medal of Excellence, recognizing extraordinary classical musicians of color who, early in their career, demonstrate artistic excellence, outstanding work ethic, a spirit of determination, and an ongoing commitment to leadership and their communities. In 2019 he was named as one of Time Magazine's Next Generation Leaders. He is also the recipient of the 2018 Emerging Artists Award given by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and is a graduate of The Juilliard School and Harvard University, where he teaches a semester-length course “How to be a Tool: Storytelling Across Disciplines” in collaboration with director Zack Winokur.The Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture. To find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory. Stay in TouchNewsletter sign-upSupport my podcastShareable link to episode ★ Support this podcast ★

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Alfonso Vigil-Escalera, "La parcela doméstica de la casa rural altomedieval (ss. V-XI)" (2022)

New Books Network en español

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 30:37


El trabajo que hoy presentamos se titula La parcela doméstica de la casa rural altomedieval (ss. V-XI)publicado en el número 86 de Historia Agraria en el que presenta los resultados del estudio arqueológico de 16 casas distribuidas en 7 asentamientos rurales de entre finales del siglo V al siglo VIII. Alfonso Vigil-Escalera es Doctor en Arqueología por la UPV y, en la actualidad, profesor asociado en el departamento de Humanidades (área Historia medieval) en la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Su principal línea de investigación es el estudio arqueológico del campesinado altomedieval de Hispania entre los siglos V y X d.C., con el foco puesto en los análisis comparativos a escala europea y mediterránea. Compatibiliza la docencia con el ejercicio de la arqueología profesional en distintas empresas del sector. Presenta Elena Catalán, historiadora y Profesora de Historia Económica en la Universidad del País Vasco, coeditora de Historia Agraria.

WBBM Newsradio's 4:30PM News To Go
President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris will be in Chicago area to boost Democratic candidates

WBBM Newsradio's 4:30PM News To Go

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 6:44


Also in the news: Vigil held where 14 people were shot Monday in a drive-by shooting; Commuters calling for CTA President to resign; Sleep expert says Daylight Saving Time should end and more.

First Coast Connect With Melissa Ross
Interfaith vigil against hate; PACT ACT; Eat Your Yard Jax; What's Good Wednesday

First Coast Connect With Melissa Ross

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 53:05


Interfaith vigil against hate; PACT ACT; Eat Your Yard Jax; What's Good Wednesday

In Your Embrace
Episode 103: Found Families

In Your Embrace

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 57:36


31 October 2022 | Vigil of All Saints | Menlo Park, Calif. I may not have managed to get it up by 6:00, but I'm delighted to be back this week with a new episode of In Your Embrace podcast! This Hallow's Eve, we join the founders of the Dickens Chronological Reading Club to discuss Oliver Twist: how lost souls find a home, how hospitality can be a double-edged sword, and just why this novel is tremendously compelling and relevant for readers today. Plus, what is the dark night of the soul, and how can St. John call it “more lovely than the dawn”? Opening music: “Gaudeamus omnes,” composed by WIlliam Byrd, dir. John Rutter, sung by The Cambrige Singers, 2021. All rights reserved. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/in-your-embrace/message

St. Columba's Episcopal Church Sermons
All Hallow's - 10.31.22 The Rev. Vincent Pizzuto, Ph.D.

St. Columba's Episcopal Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 11:51


Vigil of Samhain Old Testament Reading: Book of Wisdom [3:1-5, 9] The souls of the righteous are in the hand of God,        and no torment will ever touch them.        In the eyes of the foolish they appear to have died,        and their departure was thought to be a disaster,        and their going from us to be their destruction;        but they are at peace.          For though in the sight of others they were punished,        their hope is full of immortality.        Having been disciplined a little, they will receive great good,        because God tested them and found them worthy of himself; Those who trust in him will understand truth,        and the faithful will abide with him in love,        because grace and mercy are upon his holy ones,        and he watches over his elect. New Testament Reading: Book of Revelation [22:1-5] Then the angel showed me the river of the water of life, bright as crystal, flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb the middle of the street of the city. On either side of the river is the Tree of Life with its twelve kinds of fruit, producing its fruit each month; and the leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nations.  Nothing accursed will be found there anymore. But the throne of God and of the Lamb will be in it, and his servants will worship him; they will see his face, and his name will be on their foreheads. And there will be no more night; they need no light of lamp or sun, for the Lord God will be their light, and they will reign forever and ever. The Gospel according to John [20:11-18]  Mary Magdalen stood weeping outside the tomb. As she wept, she bent over to look into the tomb; and she saw two angels in white, sitting where the body of Jesus had been lying, one at the head and the other at the feet. They said to her, “Woman, why are you weeping?” She said to them, “They have taken away my Lord, and I do not know where they have laid him.”  When she had said this, she turned around and saw Jesus standing there, but she did not know that it was Jesus. Jesus said to her, “Woman, why are you weeping? Whom are you looking for?” Supposing him to be the gardener, she said to him, “Sir, if you have carried him away, tell me where you have laid him, and I will take him away.” Jesus said to her, “Mary!” She turned and said to him in Hebrew, “Rabbouni!” (which means Teacher). Jesus said to her, “Do not cling to me, because I have not yet ascended to the Father. But go to my brothers and say to them, ‘I am ascending to my Father and your Father, to my God and your God.'” Mary Magdalene went and announced to the disciples, “I have seen the Lord”; and she told them that he had said these things to her.

Catholic News
October 31, 2022

Catholic News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 3:45


A daily news briefing from Catholic News Agency, powered by artificial intelligence. Ask your smart speaker to play “Catholic News,” or listen every morning wherever you get podcasts. www.catholicnewsagency.com - Pope Francis prayed on Sunday that God may “convert the hearts of the violent” after an al-Qaida-affiliated terrorist attack in Somalia. “As we celebrate Christ's victory over evil and death, we pray for the victims of the terrorist attack in Mogadishu that killed more than 100 people, including many children. May God convert the hearts of the violent,” Pope Francis said on October 30. Somalia's President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud reported that at least 100 people were killed and nearly 300 other people were wounded by two car bombings in the country's capital on Saturday. Al-Shabab, a Somali-based branch of al-Qaida, claimed responsibility for the attack, according to the Associated Press. The extremist group said that it targeted the country's education ministry, calling it an “enemy” that is “committed to removing Somali children from the Islamic faith.” https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/252689/pope-francis-prays-for-victims-of-deadly-islamic-terrorist-attack-in-somalia Catholic bishops in South Korea have offered condolences to the bereaved families of the more than 150 people killed in a crowd surge during Halloween festivities in Seoul on Saturday night. The South Korean bishops' conference released a statement on October 30 offering prayers for the immediate recovery of the injured and calling on civil authorities to “thoroughly examine” what led to the disaster. The bishops underlined that nothing in society should be put before human life and dignity and asked local authorities to respond accordingly to ensure that a disaster like this is never repeated. Police in Seoul announced on October 31 that they had launched a 475-member task force to investigate how the crowd surge developed. The Associated Press reported that an estimated 100,000 people celebrated in Seoul's Itaewon neighborhood when the crowd surge occurred. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/252690/south-korea-s-catholic-bishops-pray-for-halloween-crowd-surge-victims Details are still emerging after a violent raid by Fulani herdsmen October 19 in Benue State, Central Nigeria, reportedly left dozens of Catholic villagers killed. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/252688/dozens-of-catholic-villagers-reportedly-killed-in-central-nigeria-raid Today the Church celebrates the Vigil of the Solemnity of All Saints, or all Hallows Eve, better known as Halloween. The Church also celebrates Saint Wolfgang of Ratisbon, regarded as one of the greatest German saints of his time. The Benedictine monk and bishop served as a missionary to pagans and a reformer of the Church in southeastern Germany in the 10th century. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-wolfgang-bishop-39 The Church also celebrates Saint Foillan, who founded a monastery at Fosses in the Diocese of Liege, France, and served as its abbot. He was a well-loved preacher and spiritual director, successfully evangelizing the people in the area, which grew into the modern town of Le Roeulx, Belgium. He also served as the spiritual director at the house founded by Saint Gertrude. In 655, while traveling on Church business, Saint Foillan was murdered by bandits along with his three companions. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-foillan-641

Will Wright Catholic
All Hallows' Eve: A Catholic Feast

Will Wright Catholic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 26:38


Hi all, just a quick note: I got new equipment. So, hopefully, the sound quality sounds good for the podcast version! Please give me your feedback (too loud, too soft, sounds good, etc.). I hope you have a very safe and fun Halloween and a very holy All Saints' Day!Thank you for listening to Will Wright Catholic. This post is public so feel free to share it to your own social media. This is my only way to grow the channel! Thank you!A Subversion of ExpectationsThere is a well-known quote from the 1995 movie Usual Suspects. Perhaps you've heard it: “The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist.” Isn't this true? And we could take it a step further to say that Satan has not created anything at all in his entire existence. He just subverts good things created by God. Satanism, even, is nothing more than a hollow reversal of the truth, goodness, and beauty of Christianity.If I showed you an upside down cross, what would you think of it? Would you immediately recoil and say that it's satanic? Today, that might be the expectation. But what if I told you that the upside down cross is the Cross of St. Peter who did not believe himself to be worthy of crucifixion in the same manner as Jesus. It wasn't made a satanic symbol until the 18th Century.What about the five-pointed star enclosed in a circle? This is universally recognized as a satanic symbol. The so-called church of Satan and the Satanic Temple have taken it on as their symbol. However, the pentagram (and pentacle) is traditionally associated with both the five senses of the human body and also with the five Wounds of Christ! The hermeticists of the Renaissance period hijacked it and made it an image of magic. And it wasn't made a satanic symbol until the 1960s.These are just a couple of examples to show that we need to reexamine our preconceived notions from time to time. What is All Saints' Day?The liturgical calendar of the Church is punctuated by various feast days of saints. On these days, we ask in a special way for the intercession of these holy men and women. We also honor their cooperation with God's grace and seek to imitate their lives. We may also read some of their writings or pray in a way which was particularly loved by that saint. There are too many saints to honor specifically by name and there are only 365 days in a year, and we do not know the names of all the citizens of Heaven. So, the Church celebrates All Saints' Day each year to commemorate each individual in Heaven: those known by name and those known to God alone. All Saints' Day is celebrated each year on November 1st and is a Holy Day of Obligation for Catholics of the Latin Rite. In the Eastern Catholic Churches, this special feast is celebrated on the Sunday after Pentecost. In the Latin West, November 1 became the date to honor all saints. This practice goes back at least to the 8th Century. Even in secular culture, we have an indication of the prevalence of the day. The night before All Saints' Day is known as All Hallows' Eve or Halloween (Hallow is the German word for the Latin sanctus).Halloween is Definitely Part of American CultureAs a secular celebration, Halloween is a huge deal in the United States. Kids go trick-or-treating, we watch scary movies, people dress up in costumes, go to haunted houses and corn mazes, tell spooky stories, and listen to scary music. To be honest, it was always one of my favorite secular celebrations as a kid. What kid would not want a bag full of free candy? As a teenager, I didn't trick-or-treat, but I still went to theme parks during Halloween time and went through the haunted walk-through attractions. And as an adult I would go on haunted walking tours in old cities; I'm pretty sure I could lead the French Quarter ghost walking tour in New Orleans. Death is Part of Our Fallen RealityWe have to keep in mind that death is part of our fallen reality. Humanity has always had a fascination with the macabre and things that go bump in the night. Why this interest in the ethereal and otherworldly? What is it about this day, in particular, that draws out the attention to the supernatural or paranormal?Death comes to all, much like taxes. The answer is what are we going to do about it? We can run from it, but it will chase us to the tune of the ticking of the clock. Human beings are no stranger to death, but that plan was not so from the beginning. Our first parents were created in a state of original justice, walking hand in hand, so to speak, with God. After the first sin, evil entered the world. Our nature was tainted by the inclination to do wrong and offend God. Our relationship with Him was changed. And death entered our reality.However, God did not leave us abandoned to our sin. In fact, death itself was both punishment and salvation. Anyone who has watched a vampire movie knows the curse of immortal life in this vale of tears. And those who watch zombie movies see bodies without souls and ghost movies show us souls without bodies. Again, all these examples show the futility of being trapped in the earthly realm of suffering. Our relationship with death is complicated. We rightly grieve when a loved one dies, and we naturally have an aversion to the thought of our own death. Sometimes, in despair, we might have suicidal ideation due to a traumatic event or mental illness. Think of the fictional character Hamlet weighing this earthly life of suffering and the endless sleep of death: “To be, or not to be, that is the question…” Hamlet is even pictured in the play soliloquizing a human skull, a profound symbol of mortality.The Greek philosopher Plato even wrote that philosophy itself is “about nothing else but dying and being dead.” This was also a common theme of the philosophical school of thought known as stoicism which meditated on death often. In another play by Shakespeare, Julius Caesar, the praetorium guard whispers to the doomed dictator: “Remember, Caesar, thou art mortal.”If we live our life with the daily reminder that we are going to die one day, perhaps we will make better choices. Perhaps we will choose to pray more, to love more, to fully live more. We can think of how Moses prays in Psalm 90 that God might teach the people “to number our days so that we may get a heart of wisdom (Ps. 90:12).” Our life on earth is short and fleeting. As Isaiah says, “The grass withers, the flower fades when the breath of the Lord blows on it; surely the people are grass (Is. 40:7).”When the ancient pagans meditated on death, there were several who took this as an invitation to party. The ancient Romans even had a phrase for this mindset: nunc est bibendum (now is the time to drink). The Christian tradition's meditation on death, of course, does not bear the same weight. In fact, the Christian notion does not motivate us to throw caution to the wind and embrace the mid-2000s notion of Y.O.L.O. (you only live once). Instead, we are called to meditate on our last end and act accordingly in the present.How to Meditate on Death - The Four Last ThingsThe Scriptures teach us: “In all thy works remember thy last end, and thou shalt never sin (Sirach 7:40).” Death does not pity anyone and it comes for everyone. Life is short and shortly it will end. In the end, we die. This is the first of the last four things. Our death is our soul's separation from our body. It is a consequence of evil and original sin. However, death is a grace, in God's timing and providence, because it ends our toiling in the valley of tears and draws us to Himself. Upon our death, our soul appears from Jesus Christ, the Judge, who commends our soul to Heaven or condemns us to Hell. The particular judgment of our soul is the second of the last things, and Heaven and Hell are the third and fourth.We are not so much damned as to say we damn ourselves by our actions here on earth. If we are in a state of unrepentant mortal sin upon our death, we will be judged to Hell, but the choice is ours. God loves us immeasurably and desires our salvation. He wants us to be in Heaven with Him for all eternity, but will not force His love on anyone. If there are any vestiges of venial sin on our soul or attachments to sin, then we may need a “time” of purification in Purgatory, for nothing unclean can enter Heaven. Then, at the end, comes the General Judgment and the resurrection of our body. With the establishment of the new Heaven and new Earth, with our newly reunited to our soul resurrected bodies, we enjoy eternal life or punishment. What is a Soul?To help us get a fuller picture of the Catholic view, we need to ask the questions: What is a soul? What is a spirit? Are they different? What is a saint?Normally when we use the word “soul” we are referring to “spirit,” but these are a bit different concepts from one another. Generally speaking, the soul is what gives life to the body. Whatever is alive has a soul; this includes bacteria, plants, animals, humans, and angels. Of course, even the difference between a “plant soul” and an “animal soul” is vast. Human beings, specifically, have what is called a “rational soul.” Our rational soul is what allows us to think and to act, to know things and to will towards certain goods. Wherever our body is, there our soul is. We have a body and a soul; this is part of what makes us human beings. In fact, to be without either a body or a soul is the cause of various nightmares and monsters: a body without a soul is a zombie and a human soul without a body is a ghost. The related word “spirit” comes from the Latin spirare which means “to breathe.” Oftentimes, spirit is used interchangeably with soul, but spirit tends to bring with it the connotation of the higher aspects of our rational soul. The spirit could point to abstract thought, art, religion, and morality, beyond mere animation of our bodies. St. Paul lists the elements of man as spirit, soul, and body in 1 Thessalonians 5:23 and Ephesians 4:23.Fr. Hugh Barbour, O. Praem. offers a fantastic breakdown of this distinction: “‘Soul' when distinguished from ‘spirit' means that which gives life to a body. ‘Spirit' when contrasted with ‘soul' simply means those aspects of human life and activity that do not depend on the body or on the conditions of matter, and so open the soul toward the supernatural life of grace. Human nature has all of these aspects essentially, and finally, even the body will share in the life of the spirit in the resurrection (Catholic Answers).”What is a Saint?Next, let us look at the definition of “saint.” Saint comes from the Latin “sanctus” which means holy. This term is used in both the Old and New Testaments to refer to the followers of God. We can call someone a saint on Earth who exhibits holiness in a remarkable way. Likewise, the holy souls in purgatory can be called saints in the sense that they are holy and bound for Heaven. Most of the time, however, when we use the term “saint” we are referring to the members of the Church Triumphant in Heaven. God's disciples in Heaven, who have attained purified perfection by His grace, are called saints: the holy ones of God. There are countless men and women over the last millennia who are officially recognized as saints by the Catholic Church, and there are many more who are not known by name. One does not need to be beatified and canonized in order to be a saint in Heaven. The Church simply gives us the assurance that those recognized by official canonization are definitely in Heaven. The Pagan Roots of the FestivitiesNow, back to Halloween… where did Halloween come from anyway? Well, we can speak with some historical reliability of the Celtic people in Ireland. The Druid Celtic pagans had a festival on October 31 called Samhain (pronounced “sow-in”). Let's go back in time to 837 A.D. The Celtic people celebrated this day as the start of a new year each November 1. The summer was at an end and the harvest was beginning. The dark, cold winter was on the way and the harsh Irish winter always brought death. The abbeys of Ireland had been spreading the Gospel in the area for two hundred years or so, but there were still many pagan Celts. The Celtic people believed that Samhain was the boundary between the worlds of the living and the dead. On this last day of the year, the line was blurry enough for the dead to appear to the living. The celebration always happened the same way. The hearth in every home would be extinguished. Then, the Druid priests would light huge bonfires and crops and animals would be sacrificed to the Celtic gods. The next morning, the hearths would be lit from the “sacred” fire. Almost a thousand years previously, the Romans had left a few festivals in late October as well. The first was Feralia which commemorated the passing of the dead from that year. Second, there was a day to honor Pomona, the Roman goddess of fruit and trees. These two festivals were meshed over the years with Samhain. So, the Celts had bobbing for apples and rites honoring the dead along with their bonfires, fortune-telling, and animal sacrifices. Then, the Christians came and things began to change, slowly. The Christians were rightly wary of some of the practices like fortune-telling and animal sacrifices. But, they had no problem with bonfires. They told the people that it symbolized the great light of Jesus Christ. They did not have a problem with bobbing for apples, because they are fruit from the earth, formed by the hand of the one God. They had no problem with commemorating the dead either. In fact, they were able to show many of the pagans how we pray for the dead at every single offering of the Holy Mass. The Celts were astounded that the Christians did this every single day.The monks worked hard to clean up these pagan festivities of the problematic parts. In 609 A.D. Pope Boniface IV dedicated the Pantheon in Rome to honor all Christian martyrs and established All Martyrs Day. This was expanded by Pope Gregory III in the 8th Century to include all of the saints. The Pope also did something quite providential for the folks in Druid territory: he moved the feast from May 13 to November 1! The monks and other Christians worked to combine their celebration of All Saints' Day with Samhain as much as they were able.In the years following the mid-9th Century, the celebration of All Hallows' Eve and All Saints' Day (and All Souls' Day beginning in the early 11th Century) looked like this: the communal celebration began on the Eve of All Hallows, modeled after the festival of Samhain. There were bonfires, parades, the adults and the children dressed up as saints, angels, and devils, and there were bobbing for apples. There was not a Druid priest in sight and no animal sacrifices or fortune-telling. As the community continued to be converted, Samhain passed into History, but Halloween, the Catholic Feast, remained.Should Catholics Celebrate Halloween?We now, finally, approach the question: “Should Catholics celebrate Halloween?” I want to begin by saying that I am trying my best to prudently apply the principles of Faith and Morals of the Church to the specific historical instantiation of celebrating Halloween here and now. As a prudential application, you might come to different conclusions, and that's okay. At any rate, here goes. I will try to keep this wrap up brief. If you keep in mind everything that has been stated thus far, then I say: celebrate Halloween, both in church, at home, and in the streets. Do not try to reproduce pagan rituals and do not be superstitious. Know that Satan and the demons are real and do not invite them into your life. Instead, be discerning but enjoy the candy, movies, music, decorations, and costumes, always in moderation, of course. Perhaps use it as an opportunity to meditate on your own death and be moved to contemplation of the divine. Remember the great cloud of witness of the saints and the victory of Jesus Christ over sin and death. Halloween (as the Vigil of All Saints) has been brought into the Faith as a Christian Holy Day; let us mark it as one. Let us seek to keep the good and leave the bad, just as the Holy Mother Church has taught us over the centuries. The Gospel does not come into an area and destroy culture; it elevates and purifies it. Make good distinctions and let good fun be good fun. If something is vicious or evil, then discard it. And if something is good but has been perverted, then take it back! If you like carving pumpkins, then do it! Just don't worship the pumpkins and I think you will be just fine.There is so much more to say. But, when I asked my wife what her take on this question of Catholics celebrating Halloween was… well, I'll just end with her words: “I wish people would just use their brains. It's common sense. People need to chill out and find the rational middle ground.”Thank you for reading Will Wright Catholic. This post is public so feel free to share it. 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

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Emotional Halloween vigil for Perth teenager

AM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 20:00


Thousands of people gather to remember Indigenous schoolboy Cassius Turvey who was allegedly murdered while walking home.

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Emotional Halloween vigil for Perth teenager

AM full episode

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 20:00


Thousands of people gather to remember Indigenous schoolboy Cassius Turvey who was allegedly murdered while walking home.

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 29, 2022 Vigil of the Resurrection

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 10:36


Vigil of the ResurrectionSaturday, October 29, 2022Opening SentencesEvening Hymn: Phos Hilaron (Hymn to Christ the Light)Thanksgiving for LightPsalm 118:1-4, 14-21Psalm 150Resurrection Gospel: John 20:19-31Thanksgiving for BaptismCanticle: Canticle of Miriam and Moses (Exodus 15:1, 2, 11, 13, 17-18)PrayerDismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press. Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version - Updated Edition, copyright (c) 2021 by the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. "Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from Pixabay. Candle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay. 

Vigil
Vigil Part 7: Parse Part 1

Vigil

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 26:03


Vigil Part 7: Parse Part 1 Maria Kennedy is back and this time she's brought a mystery with her. Vigil has deciphered a message relating to a missing reporter, but he faces interference from the very top of the heroic industry. Content Warning: This episode contains depictions of violence, crime, hacking, surveillance, loss of memory, loss of mental faculties, psychic attack, drones, explosives, injury, and a power outage, as well as mentions of kidnapping and access to financial accounts. There are some sudden, loud noises including an explosion and alarms. It also contains strong language and themes that may not be suitable for all audiences. Listener discretion is advised. The Transcript for Part 7 of Vigil is too large to fit in our show notes, but you can find it here: Episode Transcript (May Contain Spoilers) Vigil is a superhero, audio fiction thriller in ten parts from Adam Qutaishat (Button Podcasts) and All In Productions. Subscribe on your feed to be the first to listen to Vigil, and learn more about the series and creators by checking out our website at vigilpod.com. You can follow us on social media at buttonpods on Instagram and Facebook. You can drop us a line at contact@vigilpod.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

mossegalapoma
iPhone 14 Pro, la vitroceràmica, DALL-e2 i càmeres de vigilància – Programa 532

mossegalapoma

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 83:21


Tornem a parlar de l'iPhone 14 Pro, alies la vitroceràmica. També comentem temes relacionats amb còpies de seguretat, el protocol Matter d'interoperabilitat en temes de domòtica, Dall-E2 i càmeres exteriors de vigilància.

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 22, 2022 Vigil of the Resurrection

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 7:54


Vigil of the ResurrectionSaturday, October 22, 2022Opening SentencesEvening Hymn: Phos Hilaron (Hymn to Christ the Light)Thanksgiving for LightPsalm 118:22-29Psalm 150Resurrection Gospel: John 20:11-18Thanksgiving for BaptismCanticle: We Praise You, O God (Te Deum Laudamus)PrayerDismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press. Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version - Updated Edition, copyright (c) 2021 by the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. "Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from Pixabay. Candle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay. 

Tribulation-Now
Prayer Vigil and Communion Service

Tribulation-Now

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 168:00 Very Popular


Prayer Vigil and Communion Service Join Johnny Baptist and the believers in the chat room for a Holy Communion Service and an hour plus of united corporate prayer and praise helping to draw us closer to our Lord Jesus, and our awesome Heavenly Father God. This night we will pray together, share in some Biblical mysteries and partake in Holy Communion to honor our King. God Bless You - See you there! To sign up for radio show Email Notifications click  Mail Link: http://gem.godaddy.com/signups/185380/join

Vigil
Vigil Part 6.5: Update 3

Vigil

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 3:23


Vigil Part 6.5: Update 3 Maria Kennedy shares some encouraging news about the podcast's future, and some troubling news about the individual using the codename Morse. Content Warning: This episode contains mentions of hacking, digital threats, and stalking. It may not be suitable for all audiences. Listener discretion is advised. Vigil is a superhero, audio fiction thriller in ten parts from Adam Qutaishat (Button Podcasts) and All In Productions. Subscribe on your feed to be the first to listen to Vigil, and learn more about the series and creators by checking out our website at vigilpod.com. You can follow us on social media at buttonpods on Instagram and Facebook. You can drop us a line at contact@vigilpod.com. ------ Episode Transcript (May Contain Spoilers): MARIA: Hello. It's Maria again, and I wanted to provide you, our incredible fans, with an update on our series. A lot of the questions we've received recently have not just been about Vigil, but the show itself, and we're going to provide you with as much information as we can. Due to the popularity of the show, we've now been extended to ten episodes. However, that's nowhere near enough time to explore the complex person that Vigil was—not to mention his incredible legacy—so, I'm happy to announce that we will be bringing you a Season Two of Vigil after our initial ten episodes. We've recently received access to a lot of new information, and we're working on setting up some high-profile interviews to bring you an exciting second season! Until then, we still have four more episodes of Season One, and they will not disappoint. We're gonna spend some time with two more of Vigil's important, early cases. Starting next week, we'll meet one of Vigil's top rivals in the industry. You don't want to miss it. So, make sure you're subscribed to our feed so you're the first to know when a new episode drops. Finally, even though I wish I didn't have to, I'm going to address the most recent incidents with the individual known as “Morse.” You may have seen on social media that both the Hero Trackers and Vigil accounts have been hacked by an individual claiming to be Morse. Additionally, both Hero Trackers Studios and my home were delivered cryptic, threatening messages from this Morse. While it is not yet clear if this is an elaborate troll or the actions of emboldened internet bullies, our response is to unequivocally condemn this behavior and let you know that we will not be intimidated. Civil and heroic authorities are investigating, and you will be caught and held accountable for your actions. Thank you to everyone who expressed concern. I've been covering the hero industry for years and this is far from the scariest situation I've faced. I ask that we move on from this incident and focus on the purpose of this series, which is learning more about Vigil, a HeroTrac podcast. VOICE OVER: Vigil. A HeroTrac Media production. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sons of Ars
Vigil Praise Homily 10/15

Sons of Ars

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 20:08


Fr Adam Bradshaw preaches on Faith and Prayer

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast
News Minute: Vigil remembers domestic violence victims

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 2:44


Cherokee County residents and local officials gathered Tuesday to remember lives lost to domestic violence, and to honor those who have survived abuse. The Cherokee Family Violence Center and the Cherokee County Domestic Violence Task Force held their annual candlelight vigil at Cannon Park Tuesday, where the names of the 161 Georgians who died from domestic violence in 2021 were read aloud. #CherokeeCounty #Georgia #LocalNews           -          -          -          -          -          -          The Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast is local news for Woodstock, Canton, and all of Cherokee County. Register Here for your essential digital news.             This podcast was produced and published for the Cherokee Tribune-Ledger and TribuneLedgerNews.com by BG Ad Group     For more information be sure to visit https://www.bgpodcastnetwork.com/    https://cuofga.org/   https://www.drakerealty.com/   https://www.esogrepair.com/           See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

In Your Embrace
Episode 102: Keeping Vigil

In Your Embrace

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 57:58


17 October 2022 | St. Ignatius of Antioch | Menlo Park, Calif. This week, I share my experiences teaching my first confirmation class of the year, and some thematic resonances between Poulenc's Dialogues of the Carmelites and Dickens' Barnaby Rudge. In our latest Carmelite conversation, Daniel Murphy returns to discuss some of the basic virtues and dispositions necessary for progress in prayer, and shares one tip for beginners who want to set out into the deep. Opening music: “Ave Maria,” act II of Dialogues des Carmélites, composed by François Poulenc, dir. Yannick Nézet-Séguin, sung at the Metropolitan Opera, New York, 2019. All rights reserved. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/in-your-embrace/message

Rádio Gaúcha
diretora do Centro Estadual de Vigilância em Saúde (Cevs), Tani Ranieri - 18/10/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 8:33


Campanha de vacina contra a poliomielite encerra nesta semana

Good Dudes Grow
E83: Cannabis As A Cure To Big Pharma with Dr. Jacob Vigil

Good Dudes Grow

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 33:47


Dr. Jacob Vigil was coming up for tenure at the University of New Mexico, where he still works as an Associate Professor of Psychology, when he decided to take a step back and truly take stock of his life's impact.  “I started to look at my own work and a lot of the work around me, and it didn't seem like a lot of those efforts were actually amounting to improvements in our society,” he recalls. “I looked in the mirror and thought that I could do more than I'm currently doing. And at that time, I also opened my eyes to all the suffering that was taking place around me.”  Everywhere he looked, Dr. Vigil saw pain, in his community and in society. Specifically, he saw a lot of what he calls “secondary victimization” — or a lack of efficacy from traditional pharmaceuticals, as well as the harm that comes from the culture of dependency they've created. There had to be another way to relieve pain more holistically, he thought. That's when he decided to dive deeper into studying cannabis. Today a noted cannabis researcher, Director of the Medical Cannabis Research Fund and creator of the Cannabis Connection University, Dr. Vigil shares resources and education around a topic that's been underpriortized by other academics. On this episode of Good Dudes Grow, Gary hears from Dr. Vigil about what some of those learnings are, and how they can be applied to treat everything from anxiety and depression to insomnia and chronic pain.  What You'll Learn: Why Dr. Vigil calls cannabis a “super medication” and an “existential threat to the pharmaceutical industry” What impact cannabis has on the endocannabinoid system (and what exactly that means) Why big pharma isn't empowering people to take responsibility for their own health And much more! Favorite Quote: “I don't know how we got to this place in society where our own decision making over the most basic elements of our existence, like our health, has been stripped away from us. It's almost like we've been tricked into not thinking for ourselves and using common sense.” Dr. Jacob Vigil Connect With Dr. Vigil:  Cannabis Connection University Instagram Facebook How to get involved:  Gary Roberts, the host of the Good Dudes Grow podcast, is the founder and CEO of Pure Body Zen, a company based not only around creating and selling high-quality CBD products, but one that is on a mission to change the landscape on how mental health and addiction are treated. Gary has founded a non-profit called Promises Recovery Centers for those who need it as well as created the first-ever educational training facility for Physicians, Therapists, and Mental Health advocates using innovative therapeutics like psilocybin, Mdma, and LSD. You can learn more about Pure Body Zen on their site, on LinkedIn, and on Instagram. If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to visit the show on Apple Podcasts and leave a rating and review! We love hearing from you! — We bring unbiased content educating you about Hemp CBD, Cannabis, and Innovative Therapeutics like Psychedelics. Helping people understand the benefits of Hemp CBD, Cannabis, and Psychedelics, removing the fear of the unknown, dispelling myths, and presenting facts. Are you unsure about Hemp-Derived CBD, Cannabis, and Psychedelics but are interested in learning more about the benefits of this alternative solution to big pharma? We will step out into the unknown to have a clear understanding of what is and isn't possible with Plant-Base Medicine and breakthrough therapies using Psychedelics through success stories about health, business, and more.   Are you unsure about Hemp-Derived CBD, Cannabis, and Psychedelics but are interested in learning more about the benefits of this alternative solution to big pharma? We will step out into the unknown to have a clear understanding of what is and isn't possible with Plant-Base Medicine and breakthrough therapies using Psychedelics through success stories about health, business, and more.

Vigil
Vigil Part 6: Impetus Part 2

Vigil

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 18:36


Vigil Part 6: Impetus Part 2 Maria Kennedy continues her investigation into some of Vigil's earliest cases and some of the world's biggest heroes, as Blossom struggles to impress her new team and stop Impetus, they're forced to rely on Vigil's quick thinking and powers they didn't know they had. Content Warning: This episode contains depictions of violence, crime, surveillance, smoke inhalation, and an inferno, as well as mentions of the threat of crushing, physical restraint, being knocked unconscious, and aerosolized toxins. There are some sudden, loud noises. It also contains strong language and themes that may not be suitable for all audiences. Listener discretion is advised. The Transcript for Part 6 of Vigil is too large to fit in our show notes, but you can find it here: Episode Transcript (May Contain Spoilers) Vigil is a superhero, audio fiction thriller in ten parts from Adam Qutaishat (Button Podcasts) and All In Productions. Subscribe on your feed to be the first to listen to Vigil, and learn more about the series and creators by checking out our website at vigilpod.com. You can follow us on social media at buttonpods on Instagram and Facebook. You can drop us a line at contact@vigilpod.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tribulation-Now
Prayer Vigil and Communion Service

Tribulation-Now

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 178:00 Very Popular


Prayer Vigil and Communion Service Join Johnny Baptist and the believers in the chat room for a Holy Communion Service and an hour plus of united corporate prayer and praise helping to draw us closer to our Lord Jesus, and our awesome Heavenly Father God. This night we will pray together, share in some Biblical mysteries and partake in Holy Communion to honor our King. God Bless You - See you there! To sign up for radio show Email Notifications click  Mail Link: http://gem.godaddy.com/signups/185380/join

Global News Podcast
Queen Elizabeth's eight grandchildren hold vigil around her coffin

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 31:55 Very Popular


Princes William and Harry and their cousins stood guard at the Queen's lying-in-state at Westminster Hall in London. Also: Iran headscarf protest at arrested woman's funeral, and could listening to music help to reduce comfort eating?