1. For Christ and the Church: The Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary


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    A new vocation video for the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, produced by Fr. Angelo Casimiro, MIC and featuring Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC, Fr. Jim McCormack, MIC and Fr. Ken Dos Santos, MIC. The video is narrated by Fr. Joe Roesch, MIC.

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    • Archbishop Nichols looks forward to Pope Benedict's visit to the UK


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      President of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales, the Most Rev Vincent Nichols looks ahead to Pope Benedict XVI's state visit to the UK from 16-19 September. Filmed and edited by the Home Mission Desk, Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales - Secretariat

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      • 2011 Xmas in Rome


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        I spent Christmas with the whole family in one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Rome is definitely awesome and Romans are very nice. Too short, only 3 days, but what a great time. Video shot with the Canon 7D, 24-105mm Canon L serie, 30mm Sigma, Technicolor Cinestyle picture style, no grading. Sorry for some shaky shots, most are made with my monopod, not all of them.. Enjoy!

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        • ratzi


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          ratzi, aka pope benedict XVI. never popular, is represented by a statue created from junk. a moody film by brodo, sound by zedmeco http://www.youtube.com/0brodo for more great works from brodo

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          • Mensaje del Instituto América a Benedicto XVI


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            Alumnos del Instituto América cantan "Mensajero de Paz" en honor a Su Santidad Benedicto XVI, conmemorando su visita a la ciudad de León, Guanajuato.

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            • Papal Protests during the Popes UK Visit - 18th & 19th September - Westminster Cathedral, Hyde Park, Cofton Park Birmingham


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              A video diary of the Papal Protests and Gospel witnesses during the Popes UK visit at Westminster Cathedral, Hyde Park, Cofton park Brimingham on 18th and 19th of September 2010

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              • The Church Alive Ep. 13 – The Catholic Eastern Churches


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                Evangelii Gaudium #11 “The history of the Church shows that Christianity does not have simply one cultural expression, but rather, remaining completely true to itself, with unswerving fidelity to the proclamation of the Gospel and the tradition of the Church, it will also reflect the different faces of the cultures and peoples in which it is received and takes root.” Introduction The NE calls on Catholics to get back to the basics; to discover or rediscover the fundamental elements of the Gospel, the Church’s history and its tradition. The Catholic Eastern Churches, who profess the same Creed and live in communion with the pope, are an integral part of this foundation. They have rich and unique spiritual, liturgical and disciplinary traditions, all of which give expression to a beautiful reality present in the Catholic Church: unity in diversity. In a world of complex multiculturalism, the witness of the Catholic communion encourages peace, respect, trust and love of neighbour. As the bishops of VCII wrote: "Between our churches there exists an admirable bond of union, such that the variety within the Church in no way harms its unity; rather it manifests it, for it is the mind of the Catholic Church that each individual Church or Rite should retain its traditions whole and entire and likewise that it should adapt its way of life to the different needs of time and place.” (Orientalium Ecclesiarum, 2)

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                • Pope Benedict XVI: World Communications Day 2009


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                  Letter from our Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI on World Communications Day 2009.

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                  • Hope in the Economy


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                    This event occurred on November 14, 2008 The Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs Georgetown University http://berkleycenter.georgetown.edu In this lecture, Professor Miyazaki examined personal hope as an emergent locus of articulation between the secular and the nonsecular in public debates about political and economic futures in the U.S. and Japan. From the recent encyclical of Pope Benedict XVI to the speeches of Barack Obama, hope has emerged as a key concept in the political theology of the present moment. Hiro Miyazaki seeks to bring the political-theological deployment of hope in conversation with current debates about the economy; in particular, turning to several recent efforts by Japanese public intellectuals to theorize Japan’s increasing inequality in terms of the uneven distribution of hope. Hiro Miyazaki is a Professor of Anthropology at Cornell University. His recent work has been driven by a very simple question: how do we keep hope alive? He has investigated the question in two radically different field sites, a peri-urban village in Suva, Fiji and a trading room of a major Japanese securities firm in Tokyo. His analysis draws attention to the capacity of people to create hopeful moments across different facets of their life ranging from petitions to the government to gift-giving rituals, Christian church services and business activities. Miyazaki is currently developing a comparative research project on the impact of the language of risk on the character of civil engineering knowledge in Japan and the United States.

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                    • Archbishop Peter Smith on the 2010 papal visit


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                      The Most Rev Peter Smith, who was Archbishop of Cardiff when he gave this interview, looks ahead to Pope Benedict's visit to the UK in September and explains why the Holy Father won't be able to come to Wales on this visit. Filmed and edited by the Home Mission Desk, Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales - Secretariat. www.thepapalvisit.org.uk

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