20 Paris Part 1 - Secrets in Plain Sight
Secrets In Plain Sight is an awe inspiring exploration of great art, architecture, and urban design which skillfully unveils an unlikely intersection of geometry, politics, numerical philosophy, religious mysticism, new physics, music, astronomy, and world history.
Exploring key monuments and their positions in Egypt, Stonehenge, Jerusalem, Rome, Paris, London, Edinburgh, Washington DC, New York, and San Francisco brings to light a secret obsession shared by pharaohs, philosophers and kings; templars and freemasons; great artists and architects; popes and presidents, spanning the whole of recorded history up to the present time.
As the series of videos reveals how profound ancient knowledge inherited from Egypt has been encoded in units of measurement, in famous works of art, in the design of major buildings, in the layout of city streets and public spaces, and in the precise placement of obelisks and other important monuments upon the Earth, the viewer is led to perceive an elegant harmonic system linking the human body with the architectural, urban, planetary, solar, and galactic scales.
John McCain’s memorial at the National Cathedral
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An Inconvenient History
The history and ideology of the occult societies that have been behind the events that have shaped our world and how they all stem from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. I ask you to approach the information from a non-emotional point of view and understand that my goal is to share truth, not criticism.
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Human and Church Community and the Evil of Economic Inequality
Presenters: Rev. Kenneth Himes, O.F.M. and Rev. Michael Himes
For more from the Himes brothers, check out our online courses: bc.edu/crossroads
This joint presentation examines the theological warrants for the centrality of community for human development and fulfillment. It also provides an ethical analysis of the challenge that economic inequality presents to the creation and maintenance of community, particularly a political community.
Cosponsored by the School of Theology and Ministry and the Boston College Theology Department
Rev. Kenneth Himes, O.F.M. is professor of theological ethics, and Rev. Michael Himes is professor of systematic theology, both in the Boston College Theology Department.
EWTN Live - 2018-01-24 -
Church historian Fr. Charles Connor discusses the rich history of the Catholic Church in the Thirteen Colonies. Hosted. By Fr. Mitch Pacwa.
John McCain remembered | Obama, Bush give eulogies at Washington funeral
A memorial service for Sen. John McCain is taking place in Washington Saturday. Former President George W. Bush and former President Barack Obama are giving eulogies at the service at the Washington National Cathedral. Both men defeated McCain in his two campaigns to become president, in 2000 and 2008. President Trump is not attending.
The service begins at 10:00 a.m. ET.
The maverick senator was previously honored at a memorial ceremony in his home state of Arizona Thursday, where he was eulogized by friend and luminaries such as former Vice President Joe Biden. Thousands of citizens paid respect as he lay in state at the Arizona Capitol.
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10_Mary Unveils the Apocalypse: Sardis
Tonight we’re going to look in detail at the fifth letter to the angel-bishops of Sardis. Sardis is the Church of the wealthy, that is, North America, particularly United States and Canada. Sardis was one of the great cities of primitive history. In Greek lore it was simply the greatest of all the cities. It’s nothing less than shocking than to say that this wealthy, generous, busy, influential Church is dead. Who can even count the organized works of charity in the Catholic Church of the United States? And the Churches are full compared to Europe. Jesus will compare Europe to the lukewarm Laodicea. But He is calling the USA and Canada dead! Dead in sin! Religious orders are in need of reform. The hour of trial is coming.
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The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist - Savannah, GA
French Catholic émigrés established Savannah’s first parish, called the Congrégation de Saint Jean-Baptiste, shortly before the end of the 18th century. They came to Savannah in the aftermath of an uprising in Haiti. Among them were nobles fleeing the French Revolution that had begun in 1789. The congregation grew through the addition of immigrants, and on May 30, 1799, the Mayor and Aldermen of Savannah passed a resolution reserving half a trust lot on Liberty Square for the congregation’s use. One year later to the day the cornerstone was laid for the small frame church of Saint John the Baptist.
In June 1804, the congregation had begun to experience growing pains and petitioned the city for an extra lot, but since none was then available, the petition was rejected. On August 2, 1811, however, the Mayor and Aldermen of Savannah granted a petition for a larger parcel of land nearby, at Montgomery and Hull Streets; the proposed new church was never built on that property. Rather, the congregation chose a site on Drayton and Perry Streets. All of Georgia became part of the Diocese of Charleston when it was established in 1820, under Bishop John England. In 1835, Bishop England placed the cornerstone of the new church between Perry and McDonough Streets. It was constructed of brick and seated 1,000 people. On April 1, 1839, Bishop England dedicated the Church of Saint John the Baptist. The parish at this time included about one-third of the Catholic population in the state of Georgia.
Pope Pius IX erected the Diocese of Savannah on July 19, 1850, as had been requested by the Seventh Provincial Council of Baltimore in May 1849. At its creation, the diocese included all of Georgia and most of Florida, with a total Catholic population of 5,500 Catholics. The first bishop of Savannah was the Rt. Rev. Francis X. Gartland. The Church of Saint John the Baptist, then the only Catholic church in Savannah, became the Cathedral. Bishop Gartland enlarged the building with an addition measuring 25 by 60 feet, and repaired the hurricane-damaged roof. He rededicated the Cathedral on June 26, 1853. In 1870, Pope Pius IX appointed the Right Reverend Ignatius Persico as the fourth bishop of Savannah. The diocese now covered just the state of Georgia, and had 20,000 Catholics and 30 churches. Bishop Persico inaugurated plans for building a new Cathedral. He secured the grounds for the planned Cathedral from the Sisters of Mercy, who owned a parcel of land adjacent to Saint Vincent’s Academy on Abercorn Street, running back along Harris Street to Lincoln Street. In exchange for this land, the Sisters received from the diocese a lot of the same size at East Taylor and Lincoln Streets. Bishop Persico resigned the see for reasons of health in 1872. He died a cardinal in 1895. Bishop Persico’s successor, the Right Reverend William H. Gross, C.Ss.R., laid the cornerstone of the new Cathedral on November 19, 1873. The new structure was dedicated to “Our Lady of Perpetual Help,”a name the Cathedral retained for about ten years.
On April 30, 1876, the Most Reverend James Roosevelt Bayley, Archbishop of Baltimore, dedicated the new brick Cathedral, which was of French Gothic style with imposing nave and transepts. Bronze-colored iron columns supported triple rows of groined arches. The main altar and four side altars were designed by Baldwin & Price of Baltimore and crafted of white Italian marble. Bishop Gross was transferred and his successor, the Right Reverend Thomas A. Becker, sixth bishop of Savannah, discovered during a pilgrimage to Rome that the Vatican had never formally approved the Cathedral’s change in name; indeed, the Holy See directed that the parish resume the title of Saint John the Baptist with Our Lady of Perpetual Help as a secondary patron. Bishop Becker completed the Cathedral with the building of the spires in 1896. The brick structure was also stuccoed and whitewashed.
On Sunday evening, February 6, 1898, the Cathedral caught fire and was nearly destroyed. Thousands watched as the building burned. Only the outside walls and the two spires remained standing afterwards; the bishop’s residence was spared. While the embers were still smoldering, Bishop Becker declared, “The Cathedral must be rebuilt, and as soon as possible.”
On July 29, 1899, during the work of reconstruction, Bishop Becker died while visiting the Catholic boys’ orphanage in Washington, Georgia. Father Benjamin Keiley was soon appointed the seventh bishop of Savannah. He presided over the first Mass celebrated in the rebuilt Cathedral on December 24, 1899, in the basement chapel. The rebuilt Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist was dedicated on October 28, 1900, by Archbishop Sebastian Martinelli, apostolic delegate to the United States.
The April 2019 World Report of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The World Report is a semiannual report of news events around the world pertaining to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Watch the April 2019 edition.
AAR Presidential Address: David Gushee, In the Ruins of White Evangelicalism
2018 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion
David P. Gushee is the Distinguished University Professor of Christian Ethics and Director of the Center for Theology and Public Life at Mercer University in Georgia, where he has the privilege of teaching both college and seminary students. He is the author or editor of over twenty books, dozens of book chapters, and thousands of opinion pieces. His most important books include Righteous Gentiles of the Holocaust: Genocide and Moral Obligation, Kingdom Ethics: Following Jesus in Contemporary Context, The Sacredness of Human Life: Why an Ancient Biblical Idea is Key to the World’s Future, Changing Our Mind: The Landmark Call for Inclusion of LGBTQ Christians, and Still Christian: Following Jesus Out of American Evangelicalism. Working with Colin Holtz, he has just completed Moral Leadership for a Divided Age: Fourteen Leaders Who Dared to Change the World, to be released in October 2018.
Raised Roman Catholic in northern Virginia, in high school Gushee wandered into a Southern Baptist church where he had a born-again experience that entirely changed the course of his life. Pursuing Jesus and the pastorate, he attended Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, serving in student ministry and eventually becoming an ordained Southern Baptist minister. In seminary, however, studying with the late Glen Stassen, Gushee also discovered the discipline of Christian ethics, which he pursued with a doctorate at Union Theological Seminary in New York.
For thirty-five years, Gushee attempted to be both a Southern Baptist Christian, and an evangelical Christian, while also serving faithfully as a Christian ethicist in the tradition he had learned at Union Seminary. He became well-known on the evangelical side of the Christian fence, writing and lecturing globally and gaining influence as one of progressive evangelicalism’s most important moral thinkers. He also developed a following as a public theologian, with extensive media work and opinion writing in such places as Beliefnet, Christianity Today, Huffington Post, Baptist News Global, and Religion News Service. His scholarship, leadership, and activism against US-sponsored torture in the George W. Bush years drew national attention.
In 2014, Gushee fell from the evangelical firmament after publishing Changing Our Mind, an analysis of the LGBTQ question within Christianity that ended with his articulating a call for full and unequivocal inclusion, a position which he believed reflected core Christian ethical norms that he had applied to other questions throughout his career. Gushee’s spiritual and intellectual reflection since 2015 has been deeply affected by his disillusionment with white American evangelicalism and his attempt to consider where he has been, what he has learned, and where he goes from here.
In this presidential address, Gushee will perform “religion in public” in a confessional vein. Beginning with the claim that the moral credibility of white American evangelicalism stands in ruins, that he has been complicit, and that white evangelicalism lacks the resources within itself to address its moral collapse, Gushee turns to historic and contemporary African-American intellectual resources, seeking within them an answer to two basic questions: What went wrong with white American (evangelical) Christianity? Where might redemption be found?
Laurie Louise Patton, Middlebury College, presiding
David P. Gushee, Mercer University
Contemporary African Immigrants in the United States
An afternoon conference on the role of contemporary African immigrants in the United States.
Speaker Biography: Abdul Karim Bangura is researcher-in-residence of Abrahamic connections and Islamic peace studies at the Center for Global Peace in the School of International Service at American University and the director of the African Institution, both in Washington, D.C.
Speaker Biography: Nemata Blyden is associate Professor of history and international affairs and interim director of the Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program at George Washington University.
Speaker Biography: Kenneth Harrow is distinguished professor of English, African literature and cinema at Michigan State University.
Speaker Biography: Moses Ochonu is a professor of history at Vanderbilt University.
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Hamilton: the musical (Animatic version)
EDIT: It's back yeah! WMG (the ones that owe Hamilton) allow this video to exist but they put a lot of adds so they can make money out of it.. I'm not happy with that since the artists should receive it but okay.. the big company wins once again.
So, I basically selected my favourites animatics for each song of Hamilton and I made this video, I really hope you'll all enjoy.
Credits are in the description and in the video
(the credits to all the artists are at the end of the video and in the description, just keep reading :D ).
The songs are a property of Lin Manuel Miranda.
The animations in this video where made by the following artists:
1) ALEXANDER HAMILTON (Galaxyst)
2) AARON BURR, SIR (Szin)
3) MY SHOT (Szin)
4) THE STORY OF TONIGHT (Szin)
5) THE SCHUYLER SISTERS (Szin)
6) FARMER REFUTED (Szin)
7) YOU'LL BE BACK (Captain Sealant)
8) RIGHT HAND MAN (Szin)
9) A WINTER'S BALL (Szin)
10) HELPELESS (Szin)
11) SATISIFIED (Szin)
12) THE STORY OF TONIGHT REPRISE (Szin)
13) WAIT FOR IT (Marzy Meh)
14) STAY ALIVE (Marzy Meh)
15) TEN DUEL COMMANDEMENTS (Szin)
16) MEET ME INSIDE (Szin)
17) THAT WOULD BE ENOUGH (Szin)
18) GUNS AND SHIPS (Szin)
19) HISTORY HAS IT EYES ON YOU (Szin)
20) YORKTOWN (Marzy Meh)
21) WHAT'S COMES NEXT? (Szin)
22) DEAR THEODOSIA (Szin)
23) LAURENS INTELUDE (Szin)
24) NON STOP (Allison Coon)
25) WHAT'D I MISS? (Jasmin McPines)
26) CABINET BATTLE #1 (HuangHYing)
27) TAKE A BREAK (Moo Radish)
28) SAY NO TO THIS (Moo Radish)
29) THE ROOM WHERE IT HAPPENS (SaffeeBear)
30) SHUYLER DEFEATED (Eumnie)
31) DEAR THEODOSIA REPRISE (Chiino)
32) CABINET BATTLE #2 (Avenoir)
33) WASHINGTON ON YOUR SIDE (PillowPon)
34) ONE LAST TIME (OfficialDaelight)
35) I KNOW HIM (Jasmin McPines)
36) THE ADAMS ADMINISTRATION (Exadorlion)
37) WE KNOW (Allison Coon)
38) HURRICANE (ZooshiSushi)
39) THE REYNOLDS PAMPHLETS (Captain Sealant)
40) BURN (Mokodoko)
41) BLOW US ALL AWAY (Ziksua)
42) STAY ALIVE REPRISE (Ziksua)
43) IT'S QUIET UPTOWN (Captain Sealant)
44) THE ELECTION OF 1800 (A homebody)
45) YOUR OBEDIENT SERVANT (Violet - Madness)
46) BEST OF WIVES AND BEST OF WOMEN ( Galactibun Bun)
47) THE WORLD WAS WIDE ENOUGH (Jasmin McPines)
48) WHO LIVES, WHO DIES, WHO TELLS YOUR STORY (Jasmin McPines)
Notre-Dame Cathedral on fire in Paris | CBC News Network special coverage
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5. Telling a Free Story: Fugitive Slaves and the Underground Railroad in Myth and Reality
The Civil War and Reconstruction (HIST 119)
Professor Blight discusses the rise of abolitionism. Blight begins with an introduction to the genre of slave narratives, with particular attention to Frederick Douglass' 1845 narrative. The lecture then moves on to discuss the culture in which antebellum reform grew--the factors that encouraged its growth, as well as those that retarded it. Professor Blight then describes the movement towards radical abolitionism, stopping briefly on colonization and gradualism before introducing the character and ideology of William Lloyd Garrison.
00:00 - Chapter 1. Frederick Douglass and the Slave Narrative
09:46 - Chapter 2. The Development of Abolitionism in the North
22:37 - Chapter 3. Colonization and the Idea of Gradualism
30:18 - Chapter 4. The Radicalization of Anti-slavery Thinkers
38:43 - Chapter 5. The Ideas of William Lloyd Garrison
46:42 - Chapter 6. Concluding Thoughts on Different Abolitionisms
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This course was recorded in Spring 2008.
FNN: First openly gay 2020 presidential candidate in San Francisco, Calif.
Pete Buttigieg has gone from long shot to legitimate contender in a matter of weeks.
From large crowds on the campaign trail to buzz on social media to an explosion of coverage by the political press and a bump in the polls, the 37-year-old South Bend, Indiana mayor is a candidate on the rise.
House Rules Committee Meets on Articles of Impeachment
The House Rules Committee debates and votes on two articles of impeachment against President Trump: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Monuments at Gettysburg - Context and Beyond (Lecture)
Ranger Troy Harman takes the blinders off, explaining the layered meanings behind the monuments of Gettysburg National Military Park in his winter lecture. Monuments discussed include the Pennsylvania Memorial, the 26th North Carolina monument on Cemetery Ridge, and the Eternal Light Peace Memorial.
City of Santa Rosa Council Meeting January 7, 2020
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Teamsters Presidential Forum on Worker Issues
LIVE: The Teamsters Union is hosting top 2020 candidates at our Presidential Forum. We’re talking to candidates about the key issues affecting workers like you and making sure they fight for the Teamsters vote. #Teamsters2020