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Our Church's Website: *******holyapostlesorthodox****/ DvDs For Sale at: *******www.JJincProductions**** We were blessed to have His Eminence Archbishop DMITRI come to consecrate St. Matthew Chapel last weekend. The services were solemn and joyful, beginning with Great Vespers and Litya on Friday evening served by Archimandrite Jonah, auxiliary bishop-elect of the Diocese of the South. Following Vespers was a light reception at the church hall. Saturday morning His Eminence and concelebrating clergy constructed the altar, sealed in the relics of one of the martyrs Probus, Tarachus, or Andronicus, and completed the consecration of the Chapel.
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** –On Consecrated Ground: St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin (In Gaelic). Episode: 1158, Air Date: 15 November 2009.
8 Jan 2010
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Pope Benedict XVI has consecrated Antoni Gaudi's unfinished church, the Sagrada Familia, as a basilica in the Spanish city of Barcelona. The Pope sprinkled holy water on the altar before a congregation of more than 6,500 people. Gaudi's greatest work has been under construction for more than a century, and will not be finished before 2026. The current chief architect said he hoped the Pope's visit would provide the boost needed to finish the work. Before leaving for Rome from Barcelona's El Prat airport, Pope Benedict called on Europe's Catholics to renew their faith. "May this faith find new vigour on this continent and become a source of inspiration," he said at the end of the two-day visit. In his earlier homily, he again criticised divorce, same-sex marriage and abortion. He was seen off by dignitaries including Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia.
18 May 2011
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Share, support, subscribe Credit to: http://isha(.)sadhguru(.)org DISCLAIMER: This is an educational and motivational video meant only for inspiring the viewers. Viewer's discretion is advised. Video clips used are for illustrative purpose only to make the point in the audio. All copyrights are acknowledged to their rightful owners. Extraordinary Motivation does not claim to own any copyrights. The sole purpose of this video is to inspire, empower and educate the viewers. FAIR-USE COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER * Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. -This video has no negative impact on the original works (It would actually be positive for them) -This video is mainly for teaching and motivational purposes. -It is positively trans-formative in nature. -I only used bits and pieces of videos to get the point across where necessary. I do not wish to reveal the story or use the 'heart' of any of the content. I respect every content creator and their original work. I also do not wish to use the heart of any piece of work that would perhaps decrease the market value of the original content, if anything I hope to promote the content so that people can reach out and subsequently increase the market value. I make these videos with the intention of educating others in a motivational/inspirational form. I do not own the clips and music we use in most cases. Our understanding is that it is in correlation to Fair Right Use, however given that it is open to interpretation, if any owners of the content clips would like us to remove the video, we have no problem with that and will do so as fast as possible. Please message on YouTube if you have any concerns. THANK YOU
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Share, support, subscribe Credit to: http://isha(.)sadhguru(.)org DISCLAIMER: This is an educational and motivational video meant only for inspiring the viewers. Viewer's discretion is advised. Video clips used are for illustrative purpose only to make the point in the audio. All copyrights are acknowledged to their rightful owners. Extraordinary Motivation does not claim to own any copyrights. The sole purpose of this video is to inspire, empower and educate the viewers. FAIR-USE COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER * Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. -This video has no negative impact on the original works (It would actually be positive for them) -This video is mainly for teaching and motivational purposes. -It is positively trans-formative in nature. -I only used bits and pieces of videos to get the point across where necessary. I do not wish to reveal the story or use the 'heart' of any of the content. I respect every content creator and their original work. I also do not wish to use the heart of any piece of work that would perhaps decrease the market value of the original content, if anything I hope to promote the content so that people can reach out and subsequently increase the market value. I make these videos with the intention of educating others in a motivational/inspirational form. I do not own the clips and music we use in most cases. Our understanding is that it is in correlation to Fair Right Use, however given that it is open to interpretation, if any owners of the content clips would like us to remove the video, we have no problem with that and will do so as fast as possible. Please message on YouTube if you have any concerns. THANK YOU
14 Jun 2018
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Share, support, subscribe Credit to: http://isha(.)sadhguru(.)org DISCLAIMER: This is an educational and motivational video meant only for inspiring the viewers. Viewer's discretion is advised. Video clips used are for illustrative purpose only to make the point in the audio. All copyrights are acknowledged to their rightful owners. Extraordinary Motivation does not claim to own any copyrights. The sole purpose of this video is to inspire, empower and educate the viewers. FAIR-USE COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER * Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. -This video has no negative impact on the original works (It would actually be positive for them) -This video is mainly for teaching and motivational purposes. -It is positively trans-formative in nature. -I only used bits and pieces of videos to get the point across where necessary. I do not wish to reveal the story or use the 'heart' of any of the content. I respect every content creator and their original work. I also do not wish to use the heart of any piece of work that would perhaps decrease the market value of the original content, if anything I hope to promote the content so that people can reach out and subsequently increase the market value. I make these videos with the intention of educating others in a motivational/inspirational form. I do not own the clips and music we use in most cases. Our understanding is that it is in correlation to Fair Right Use, however given that it is open to interpretation, if any owners of the content clips would like us to remove the video, we have no problem with that and will do so as fast as possible. Please message on YouTube if you have any concerns. THANK YOU
14 Jun 2018
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In Romans 1:17-18 In the Gospel a Justice or the Justice of God is revealed. Surprisingly immediately after mentioning the justice of God he begins to speak of the wrath of God.
22 Jan 2008
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In the book of Romans we see an orderly and logical presentation of Christianity. I invite you to study the book of Romans in a series of videos to learn what this great book teaches us.
22 Jan 2008
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Peter recognized that Paul had written several letters and takes them as Scripture with a capital 'S'. Since we are going to spend a lot of time studying an epistle Paul wrote it is good if we get to know him. We will see his curriculum and what is taught about him in Acts. Also what Peter thought of him and his writings.
28 Jan 2008
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He points out that the believers in Rome have been called to be Holy. And to the obedience of the faith.
3 Feb 2008
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Dr. Miravalle discusses some of the burning concerns on the hearts of the faithful at the start of 2009, and gives us words of encouragement and of words of hope to refocus our attention on what matters most. To ask questions regarding Mary, email Dr Mark Miravalle: marycastairmaria**** Ave Maria!
10 Feb 2009
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The Modern Football Player (2007) Modern Football Player represents the fashionable, current way football players are seen by people. They are considered to be the new Gods; leaders whom to follow and copy. Focus of this installation, definitely severe and boundary-setting in its communication, is to draws a parallel between religion, more specifically Catholicism and modern, somehow distorted- sports leading figures. As the football player, contemporary icon and god-like figure, raises the ball above his head to signify his control over as well as his possession of it, and his glory over success during public exposure, so does the priest raise above his head the holy wafer during the consecration liturgy, to indicate the strength he absorbs from a power not everyone can partake in, the apogee of his divine sharing. Control lays in the hands of the chosen few, who can act as entertainers, guides, icons, figures into which everyone can project their frustrated narcissistic phantasies of omnipotence and glory, of being part of an elite, of being extolled for their much envied uniqueness. In Church, as in the stadium, Fab3 suggests that one can bask for a while in the spotlight/divine light of those who are above, unreachable, those who cannot be antagonised but are there to impose an agonising standard, not to be reached but to be feared. Like paternal figures, seductive, potent, powerful, yet castrating, football player and priest cannot but be celebrated, thus relieve those in their presence of either their inferiority concerns or of their own fantasies of divine rule over others. The spectators/church-goers are stripped of their individuality by being portrayed through stick-figures, smaller in size, naked of any humanity, standing begging for meaning, for the glorified father to blow the air of life into them, to acknowledge their right to existence. Partaking in one's glory makes them glorious, protects them from the potential fury of those who seem so overpowering. Being their admirer secures a VIP ticket to "heaven". The spectators/believers are there precisely in order to highlight the divinity of the superhuman, whom they both envy, desire, need, and fear. There is no real relation between spectators and the superhuman figure of the football player, other than a fantasy net, knitted for different purpose on each side, to support the distance between them. The crowd needs to be hypnotised, for no other state of mind could tolerate that segregation. They, football player and priest alike, have access to the divine mother, the super-model wife, the wealth of glory, fame, and paradise. Here the phrase "if you can't beat them, join them" best describes the committed disavowal of one's own uniqueness and placement of it on a figure outside the self that can be safely loved or hated, act as a protector, entertainer, or demagogue. The interdependence of crowd and superhuman figure is astounding, as is the understanding that one can be on either side. Fab3 brings us through this installation to the peeping hole that offers view to our own relationships, public and private, sexual and political, religious and racial, familial and social.
7 Jul 2008
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The Modern Football Player (2007) Modern Football Player represents the fashionable, current way football players are seen by people. They are considered to be the new Gods; leaders whom to follow and copy. Focus of this installation, definitely severe and boundary-setting in its communication, is to draws a parallel between religion, more specifically Catholicism and modern, somehow distorted- sports leading figures. As the football player, contemporary icon and god-like figure, raises the ball above his head to signify his control over as well as his possession of it, and his glory over success during public exposure, so does the priest raise above his head the holy wafer during the consecration liturgy, to indicate the strength he absorbs from a power not everyone can partake in, the apogee of his divine sharing. Control lays in the hands of the chosen few, who can act as entertainers, guides, icons, figures into which everyone can project their frustrated narcissistic phantasies of omnipotence and glory, of being part of an elite, of being extolled for their much envied uniqueness. In Church, as in the stadium, Fab3 suggests that one can bask for a while in the spotlight/divine light of those who are above, unreachable, those who cannot be antagonised but are there to impose an agonising standard, not to be reached but to be feared. Like paternal figures, seductive, potent, powerful, yet castrating, football player and priest cannot but be celebrated, thus relieve those in their presence of either their inferiority concerns or of their own fantasies of divine rule over others. The spectators/church-goers are stripped of their individuality by being portrayed through stick-figures, smaller in size, naked of any humanity, standing begging for meaning, for the glorified father to blow the air of life into them, to acknowledge their right to existence. Partaking in one's glory makes them glorious, protects them from the potential fury of those who seem so overpowering. Being their admirer secures a VIP ticket to "heaven". The spectators/believers are there precisely in order to highlight the divinity of the superhuman, whom they both envy, desire, need, and fear. There is no real relation between spectators and the superhuman figure of the football player, other than a fantasy net, knitted for different purpose on each side, to support the distance between them. The crowd needs to be hypnotised, for no other state of mind could tolerate that segregation. They, football player and priest alike, have access to the divine mother, the super-model wife, the wealth of glory, fame, and paradise. Here the phrase "if you can't beat them, join them" best describes the committed disavowal of one's own uniqueness and placement of it on a figure outside the self that can be safely loved or hated, act as a protector, entertainer, or demagogue. The interdependence of crowd and superhuman figure is astounding, as is the understanding that one can be on either side. Fab3 brings us through this installation to the peeping hole that offers view to our own relationships, public and private, sexual and political, religious and racial, familial and social.
7 Jul 2008
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Ave Maria! Here is the short version of our vocations video. The long one (8 min) is to come out in a week or two. Enjoy this video of our charism and life as Franciscan friars totally consecrated to the Immaculate and if you know anyone who is discerning a vocation or you think has a vocation, please forward them the link. And most of all, please pray for vocations. For more information call FI Vocations Director at: 812-825-4742 or go to marymediatrix****. Ave Maria!
20 Sep 2008
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I'm sorry England, but we are the best and f. the rest. The 1970 FIFA World Cup, the ninth staging of the World Cup, was held in Mexico, from May 31 to June 21. Mexico was chosen as hosts by FIFA in October 1964. The 1970 tournament was the first World Cup hosted in North America, and the first held outside South America and Europe. In a match-up of two-time World Cup champions, the final was won by Brazil, who beat Italy 4-1. With their third World Cup triumph, Brazil were allowed to keep the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. The Brazilian team, featuring the likes of Pelé (who was in his fourth and final World Cup), Carlos Alberto, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivelino, and Tostão, is usually regarded as the greatest attacking World Cup team ever. This tournament saw the return of free-flowing, attacking play after the physical battles of 1962 and 1966, and is still considered by many fans to be the finest World Cup in history.A total of 75 teams entered the qualifying tournament. Those who failed to qualify included France, Portugal, Hungary, Argentina and Spain. Meanwhile, Morocco became the first African nation to reach the World Cup finals since the Second World War.The 1970 World Cup is now remembered as a classic - but, as usual, the tournament was preceded by disputes over the organisation of the event. This World Cup was the first one to be televised in colour. However, to fit into the European viewing schedules, some matches kicked off at noon. This was an unpopular decision with many players and managers because of the intense heat in Mexico at that time of day.This victory consecrated the first tri-campeão (three-time champions) in football history. With this third win after 1958 and 1962, Brazil earned the right to retain the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. (Ironically, it was stolen in 1983 while on display in Rio de Janeiro and never recovered.) Brazilian coach Mário Zagallo was the first footballer to become World Cup champion as a player (1958, 1962) and a coach, and Pelé ended his World Cup playing career as the first (and so far only) three-time winner. Brazilian right winger Jairzinho scored at least one goal in each of the six games that Brazil played (in the first game, against Czechoslovakia, he scored two), a feat which has never been repeated. However, the top scorer of the tournament was West Germany's Gerd Müller, with an impressive 10 goals in the competition. Müller incredibly scored hat-tricks in two consecutive games, against Bulgaria and Peru in the group stage.A Copa do Mundo FIFA de 1970, a nona edição do torneio, foi disputada no México, de 31 de maio até 21 de junho. O México foi escolhido como sede pela FIFA em outubro de 1964. O torneio de 1970 foi a primeira Copa do Mundo disputada na América do Norte, e a primeira disputada fora da América do Sul e da Europa. Num encontro de equipes que já haviam vencido a Copa duas vezes, a final foi vencida pelo Brasil, que bateu a Itália por 4 a 1. Isto significa que o Brasil se tornou a primeira equipe a ter o título de campeão mundial por três vezes e foi permitido a posse definitiva da Taça Jules Rimet. A seleção brasileira, que tinha Pelé (que estava em sua quarta e última Copa do Mundo), Carlos Alberto Torres, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivellino e Tostão, é tida como uma das mais eficientes equipes na história das Copas. Neste torneio foi possível observar um retorno ao jogo solto e ofensivo em oposição às batalhas físicas das Copas de 1962 e 1966.Na final, o Brasil saiu na frente, com Pelé cabeceando um cruzamento de Rivellino no minuto 18. Roberto Boninsegna empatou para os italianos após falha da defesa brasileira. Gérson bateu um forte chute para o segundo gol, e ajudou na marcação do terceiro, com um lançamento de falta para Pelé que cabeceou para Jairzinho. Pelé finalizou sua grande performance saindo da marcação da defesa italiana e assistindo Carlos Alberto Torres no flanco direito para o gol derradeiro. O gol de Carlos Alberto, após uma série de passes da seleção brasileira da esquerda para o centro, é considerado um dos mais belos gols marcados na história do torneio. A vitória consagrou o Brasil como a primeira equipe a conquistar três títulos na história das Copas.Com sua terceira vitória após 1958 e 1962, o Brasil pôde reter a posse da Taça Jules Rimet permanentemente (ironicamente, ela seria roubada em 1983 enquanto estava em exposição no Rio de Janeiro e nunca foi recuperada). O técnico brasileiro Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo foi o primeiro futebolista a se tornar campeão mundial como jogador (1958 e 1962) e como técnico, e Pelé encerrou sua carreira nas Copas do Mundo como o primeiro (e até agora único) vencedor por três vezes.Jairzinho marcou pelo menos um gol em cada dos seis jogos do Brasil (no primeiro jogo, contra a Tchecoslováquia, ele marcou dois), um feito que até agora não foi repetido.
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The 1970 FIFA World Cup, the ninth staging of the World Cup, was held in Mexico, from May 31 to June 21. Mexico was chosen as hosts by FIFA in October 1964. The 1970 tournament was the first World Cup hosted in North America, and the first held outside South America and Europe. In a match-up of two-time World Cup champions, the final was won by Brazil, who beat Italy 4-1. With their third World Cup triumph, Brazil were allowed to keep the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. The Brazilian team, featuring the likes of Pelé (who was in his fourth and final World Cup), Carlos Alberto, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivelino, and Tostão, is usually regarded as the greatest attacking World Cup team ever. This tournament saw the return of free-flowing, attacking play after the physical battles of 1962 and 1966, and is still considered by many fans to be the finest World Cup in history.A total of 75 teams entered the qualifying tournament. Those who failed to qualify included France, Portugal, Hungary, Argentina and Spain. Meanwhile, Morocco became the first African nation to reach the World Cup finals since the Second World War.The 1970 World Cup is now remembered as a classic - but, as usual, the tournament was preceded by disputes over the organisation of the event. This World Cup was the first one to be televised in colour. However, to fit into the European viewing schedules, some matches kicked off at noon. This was an unpopular decision with many players and managers because of the intense heat in Mexico at that time of day.This victory consecrated the first tri-campeão (three-time champions) in football history. With this third win after 1958 and 1962, Brazil earned the right to retain the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently. (Ironically, it was stolen in 1983 while on display in Rio de Janeiro and never recovered.) Brazilian coach Mário Zagallo was the first footballer to become World Cup champion as a player (1958, 1962) and a coach, and Pelé ended his World Cup playing career as the first (and so far only) three-time winner. Brazilian right winger Jairzinho scored at least one goal in each of the six games that Brazil played (in the first game, against Czechoslovakia, he scored two), a feat which has never been repeated. However, the top scorer of the tournament was West Germany's Gerd Müller, with an impressive 10 goals in the competition. Müller incredibly scored hat-tricks in two consecutive games, against Bulgaria and Peru in the group stage.A Copa do Mundo FIFA de 1970, a nona edição do torneio, foi disputada no México, de 31 de maio até 21 de junho. O México foi escolhido como sede pela FIFA em outubro de 1964. O torneio de 1970 foi a primeira Copa do Mundo disputada na América do Norte, e a primeira disputada fora da América do Sul e da Europa. Num encontro de equipes que já haviam vencido a Copa duas vezes, a final foi vencida pelo Brasil, que bateu a Itália por 4 a 1. Isto significa que o Brasil se tornou a primeira equipe a ter o título de campeão mundial por três vezes e foi permitido a posse definitiva da Taça Jules Rimet. A seleção brasileira, que tinha Pelé (que estava em sua quarta e última Copa do Mundo), Carlos Alberto Torres, Clodoaldo, Gérson, Jairzinho, Rivellino e Tostão, é tida como uma das mais eficientes equipes na história das Copas. Neste torneio foi possível observar um retorno ao jogo solto e ofensivo em oposição às batalhas físicas das Copas de 1962 e 1966.Na final, o Brasil saiu na frente, com Pelé cabeceando um cruzamento de Rivellino no minuto 18. Roberto Boninsegna empatou para os italianos após falha da defesa brasileira. Gérson bateu um forte chute para o segundo gol, e ajudou na marcação do terceiro, com um lançamento de falta para Pelé que cabeceou para Jairzinho. Pelé finalizou sua grande performance saindo da marcação da defesa italiana e assistindo Carlos Alberto Torres no flanco direito para o gol derradeiro. O gol de Carlos Alberto, após uma série de passes da seleção brasileira da esquerda para o centro, é considerado um dos mais belos gols marcados na história do torneio. A vitória consagrou o Brasil como a primeira equipe a conquistar três títulos na história das Copas.Com sua terceira vitória após 1958 e 1962, o Brasil pôde reter a posse da Taça Jules Rimet permanentemente (ironicamente, ela seria roubada em 1983 enquanto estava em exposição no Rio de Janeiro e nunca foi recuperada). O técnico brasileiro Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo foi o primeiro futebolista a se tornar campeão mundial como jogador (1958 e 1962) e como técnico, e Pelé encerrou sua carreira nas Copas do Mundo como o primeiro (e até agora único) vencedor por três vezes.Jairzinho marcou pelo menos um gol em cada dos seis jogos do Brasil (no primeiro jogo, contra a Tchecoslováquia, ele marcou dois), um feito que até agora não foi repetido.
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