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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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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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Ave Maria! FI Friars, Sisters, Tertiaries...and now the 4th branch: the Poor Clares of the Immaculate.  This vocations video comes from the newest addition to the FI family in Italy, where upwards of 60 Poor Clare sisters are already living the life of Total Consecration to Mary. The video includes lovely music and photos, and is narrated by one of our Poor Clare sisters who generously shares part of her vocation story.  What an inspiring video, and what a beautiful life!  In the words of St. Clare: His Love will make you happy. For more information on vocations to the Poor Clares of the Immaculate, there's an address you can write to at the end of the video. Ave Maria!
7 Dec 2008
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Virginity is a sign of consecration to God, not a negation of the gift of one's sexuality.  That gift is so great that to offer it back to God, as Our Lady did, is a great sacrifice, and sacrifice is the hallmark of true love.  Listen to this episode of MaryCast
13 Dec 2008
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The Blessed Sacrament, or the Body and Blood of Christ, is a devotional name used in the Roman Catholic Church, Old Catholic and Anglican Churches, to refer to the Host and wine after they have been consecrated in the sacrament of the Eucharist. Christians in these traditions believe in the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharistic elements of the bread and wine and hence practice Eucharistic reservation and Eucharistic adoration. This belief is based on interpretations of biblical scripture and tradition. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
4 Jan 2009
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Take my life and let it be consecrated, Lord to Thee
2 Jan 2009
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A sentinel of the Christian faith Kottayam Cheriyapally : *******www.neelaearth**** The Kottayam Cheriyapally (small church) is one of the oldest churches in Kerala. Built and consecrated by Portuguese in 1579, the church is well preserved. The architectural style of the church is European, with galleries, pillars, cornices and pediments. The walls are adorned with beautiful murals made in oriented and western styles on bibical and non bibical thems. For more details please visit *******www.neelaearth****
7 Feb 2009
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Ave Maria! Friars and a few youth on a 3 hour Rosary Walk with a couple of talks, packed lunch, consecration to Our Lady and climbing Mt. Brown. Ave Maria!
29 Apr 2009
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L'émission "Dolce Vita", sur la télévision suisse TSR, propose pendant une semaine un fil rouge à l'occasion du centième anniversaire d'Hergé, le créateur de Tintin. Dans cette cinquième partie, Jacques Zanetta fait le point sur de nombreux livres consacrés à Hergé et à son oeuvre, et rappelle l'actualité autour de Tintin. The broadcast "Dolce Vita", on the Swiss TV TSR, proposes for a whole week a guiding line for the 100th century of Hergé, the creator of Tintin. In this fifth part, Jacques Zanetta focuses on many books which are consecrated to Hergé and to his works, and reminds us about the current affairs about Tintin.
30 Jul 2009
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Jim toasts President Obama's Beer Summit with an IPA of his liking. * Silent Jesus * Jimmy Carter on women * Teachers need to be careful what they teach * Consecrating Cohabitation * Drug dealers for Jesus Distributed by Tubemogul.
1 Aug 2009
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La fête nationale française ou Quatorze Juillet est la fête nationale de la France, qui a lieu chaque 14 juillet depuis 1880. Elle commémore la fête de la Fédération en 1790, qui marqua elle-même le premier anniversaire de la prise de la Bastille et la fin de la monarchie absolue. C'est un jour férié, chômé et payé. Le 14 Juillet[1] donne lieu à un défilé des troupes sur les Champs-Élysées, à des défilés ou des cérémonies militaires dans la plupart des communes, et à des feux d'artifices. (Bien qu'en général ces feux d'artifices ont lieu dans la nuit du 14 au 15 Juillet, ils peuvent parfois être vus durant le soir du 13 au 14.) Le 21 mai 1880, le député Benjamin Raspail dépose la loi faisant du 14 juillet la fête nationale annuelle en commémoration du 14 juillet 1790, (fête de la Fédération). Le 14 juillet 1789 (prise de la Bastille) ayant été une journée jugée sanglante, c’est la Fête de la fédération qui emporta les suffrages. C'est finalement le 14 juillet 1790 seul qui est commémoré. La loi, signée par 64 députés, est adoptée par l'Assemblée le 8 juin et par le Sénat le 29 juin. Elle est promulguée le 6 juillet 1880. La lecture du rapport de séance du Sénat du 29 juin 1880[2] établissant cette fête nationale éclaire le débat sous-jacent portant sur laquelle de ces deux dates est commémorée le 14 juillet : M. le rapporteur (Henri Martin) : - « Il y a eu ensuite, au 14 juillet 1789, il y a eu du sang versé, quelques actes déplorables ; mais, hélas ! dans tous les grands événements de l’histoire, les progrès ont été jusqu’ici achetés par bien des douleurs, par bien du sang. Espérons qu’il n’en sera plus ainsi dans l’avenir (« très bien » à gauche, interruptions à droite). À droite. - Oui, espérons ! M. Hervé de Saisy. - Nous n’en sommes pas bien sûrs ! M. le rapporteur. - Nous avons le droit de l’espérer. Mais n’oubliez pas que, derrière ce 14 juillet, où la victoire de l’ère nouvelle sur l’ancien régime fut achetée par une lutte armée, n’oubliez pas qu’après la journée du 14 juillet 1789 il y a eu la journée du 14 juillet 1790 (« très-bien ! » à gauche). Cette journée-là, vous ne lui reprocherez pas d’avoir versé une goutte de sang, d’avoir jeté la division à un degré quelconque dans le pays, Elle a été la consécration de l’unité de la France. Oui, elle a consacré ce que l’ancienne royauté avait préparé. L’ancienne royauté avait fait pour ainsi dire le corps de la France, et nous ne l’avons pas oublié ; la Révolution, ce jour-là, le 14 juillet 1790, a fait, je ne veux pas dire l’âme de la France – personne que Dieu n’a fait l’âme de la France – mais la Révolution a donné à la France conscience d’elle-même (« très-bien ! » sur les mêmes bancs) ; elle a révélé à elle-même l’âme de la France » 'Bastille Day is the French national holiday, celebrated on 14 July each year. In France, it is called Fête Nationale ("National Celebration") in official parlance, or more commonly le quatorze juillet ("14 July"). It commemorates the 1790 Fête de la Fédération, held on the first anniversary of the storming of the Bastille on 14 July 1789; the anniversary of the storming of the Bastille fortress-prison was seen as a symbol of the uprising of the modern nation, and of the reconciliation of all the French inside the constitutional monarchy which preceded the First Republic, during the French Revolution. Festivities are held on the morning of 14 July, on the Champs-Élysées avenue in Paris in front of the President of the Republic. The parade opens with many cadets from the École Polytechnique, Saint-Cyr, École Navale, and so forth, then other infantry troops, then motorised troops; aviation of the Patrouille de France flies above. In recent times, it has become customary to invite units from France's allies to the parade; in 2004 during the centenary of the Entente Cordiale, British troops (the band of the Royal Marines, the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment, Grenadier Guards and King's Troop, Royal Horse Artillery) led the Bastille Day parade in Paris for the first time, with the Red Arrows flying overhead.[1] The president used to give an interview to members of the press, discussing the situation of the country, recent events and projects for the future. Nicolas Sarkozy, elected president in 2007, has chosen not to give it. The President also holds a garden party at the Palais de l'Elysée. Article 17 of the Constitution of France gives the President the authority to pardon offenders, and since 1991 the President has pardoned many petty offenders (mainly traffic offences) on 14 July. In 2007, President Sarkozy declined to continue the practice.[2] Origin of the present celebration Claude Monet, Rue Montorgueil, Paris, Festival of 30 June 1878.On 30 June 1878, a feast had been set in Paris by official decision to honour the Republic (the event was immortalised in a painting by Claude Monet). On the 14 July 1879, another feast took place, with a semi-official aspect; the events of the day included a military review in Longchamp, a reception in the Chambre of Deputies, organised and presided by Léon Gambetta, and a Republican Feast in the pré Catelan with Louis Blanc and Victor Hugo. All through France, as Le Figaro wrote on the 16th, "people feasted a lot to honour the Bastille". On the 21 May 1880, Benjamin Raspail proposed a law to have "the Republic choose the 14 July as a yearly national holiday". The Assembly voted the text on 21 May and 8 June. The Senate approved on 27 and 29 June, favouring 14 July against 4 August (honouring the end of the feudal system on 4 August 1789). The law was made official on 6 July 1880, and the Ministry of the Interior recommended to prefects that the day should be "celebrated with all the brilliance that the local resources allow". Indeed, the celebrations of the new holiday in 1880 were particularly magnificent. In the debate leading up to the adoption of the holiday, Henri Martin, chairman of the French Senate, addressed that chamber 29 June 1880. "Do not forget that behind this 14 July, where victory of the new era over the ancien régime was bought by fighting, do not forget that after the day of 14 July 1789, there was the day of 14 July 1790. … This [latter] day cannot be blamed for having shed a drop of blood, for having divided the country. It was the consecration of unity of France. … If some of you might have scruples against the first 14 July, they certainly hold none against the second. Whatever difference which might part us, something hovers over them, it is the great images of national unity, which we all desire, for which we would all stand, willing to die if necessary."
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Welcome to the land of the legends in Plakias Rethymno Crete - Kalypso Cretan Village Resort & Spa According to the myth, Zeus, father of the gods of Olympus, chose the island of Crete for his “human” residence. Taking the form of a white bull, he abducted his beloved Europe and hid her in the marvellous beach of Preveli and its nearby palm grove before consecrating her into a goddess. Later on, Odysseus, hero of Troy and the one who imagined the Trojan Horse, on his return journey from Troy was captured by the magnificence of the landscape and the beauty of the mythical queen Kalypso. He spent seven whole years in the area before continuing his return journey. The Kalypso Cretan Village Resort & Spa is situated at Plakias, 31 kms south of Rethymnon and 115 kms of Heraklion Airport. The Hotel is located in the grandiose environment of a small isolated gulf. It lies in 50.000 sq meters full of gardens and hanging rocks and has been created with respect to nature beauty and keeping the traditional Cretan style.
6 Sep 2010
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Welcome to the land of the legends in Plakias Rethymno Crete - Kalypso Cretan Village Resort & Spa According to the myth, Zeus, father of the gods of Olympus, chose the island of Crete for his “human” residence. Taking the form of a white bull, he abducted his beloved Europe and hid her in the marvellous beach of Preveli and its nearby palm grove before consecrating her into a goddess. Later on, Odysseus, hero of Troy and the one who imagined the Trojan Horse, on his return journey from Troy was captured by the magnificence of the landscape and the beauty of the mythical queen Kalypso. He spent seven whole years in the area before continuing his return journey. The Kalypso Cretan Village Resort & Spa is situated at Plakias, 31 kms south of Rethymnon and 115 kms of Heraklion Airport. The Hotel is located in the grandiose environment of a small isolated gulf. It lies in 50.000 sq meters full of gardens and hanging rocks and has been created with respect to nature beauty and keeping the traditional Cretan style.
6 Sep 2010
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The meaning of Sabbath. The Sabbath is a precious law given only to the people of God. God distinguishes His people from others and consecrates them through the Sabbath. Ex 31:13-15 " Say to the Israelites, 'You must observe my Sabbaths. This sill be a sign between me and you for the generations to come, so you may know that I am the Lord, who makes you holy. ......'" The Sabbath is a definite sign for recognizing God`s people. By keeping the Sabbath, God`s people who remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy and opens the way for them to enter eternal rest. So, without keeping the Sabbath, no one can receive the bleesing of eternal life or salvation. Keeping in mind the importance of the Sabbath which is a sign between God and us, we should have fellowship with God in godliness and honor God as His people. God the Mother Heavenly Mother Christ Ahnsahnghong world mission society church of God
13 Sep 2010
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Take a tour of Andechs Monastery in Munich, Germany – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. Experience the Medieval lifestyle at Andechs Monastery in Germany. The grandiose Baroque architecture of the church makes it one of Munich’s great attractions. In the 12th century relics of the Host consecrated by two of the first Popes of the Catholic church were housed here, resulting in it becoming a popular pilgrimage destination. Having brewed beer since the Middle Ages, Andechs Monastery makes some of the best in Germany. They have a variety of distinctly Bavarian beers and specialize in a dark, heavy beer. The amazing architecture, history, and full bodied beer found here make it a perfect destination for any visitor.
6 Dec 2010
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Take a tour of St. Casimir Cathedral in Vilnius, Lithuania – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. St. Casimir Cathedral is a beautiful baroque sanctuary in the town of Vilnius, Lithuania. Construction started on the cathedral in 1604 and it was officially consecrated in 1635 when Roman Catholicism was dominant in Vilnius. Between 1963 and 1988, the church experienced a phase of irreligion in which it was transformed into an atheist museum. The stunning 40 meter cupola atop this cathedral features the architectural gold embellished crown of the Duke of Lithuania. In 1988, the town of Vilnius decided to identify the church as a Catholic sanctuary once again. St. Casimir Cathedral is now a site of pilgrimage as well as a magnificent destination.
11 Jan 2011
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