1. With Great Joy

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    • Acorn :15 PSA

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      Founded in 1798 by Padre Fermin Francisco de Lasuen, successor to Padre Junipero Serra, the Mission was named after St. Louis IX, King of France, who lived during the 13th century. The history of the San Luis Rey area reflects five periods of occupation: Luiseno Indian, Spanish Mission, Mexican Secularization, American Military, and Twentieth Century Restoration. Construction of the present Mission church began in 1811 and was completed in 1815. The design is cruciform with the dimensions measuring 30' high, 165' long and 27' wide. The solitary bell tower, which is the cornerstone to the entire mission quadrangle, is 75' high. Adobe, lime plaster, wooden timbers, fired clay bricks, and roof tiles comprise the primary building materials. The architecture is Spanish Colonial combining Baroque and Classical styles with Moorish influences. PRESENT - The church, a National Historic Landmark, is open daily to visitors via the museum, which oversees its restoration and the care of its collections. Although painted over through the years, the decorative designs, taken from textiles and patterns in books, are original. The church at San Luis Rey is recognized as the most unique and one of the most beautiful in the mission chain. It is the largest of the 21 California missions and the only one adorned with a wooden dome and cupola. Unique also to San Luis Rey are the side altars and the Madonna Chapel which originally served as a mortuary chapel.

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      • The Old Mission Luis Rey :30 TV Spot

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        Founded in 1798 by Padre Fermin Francisco de Lasuen, successor to Padre Junipero Serra, the Mission was named after St. Louis IX, King of France, who lived during the 13th century. The history of the San Luis Rey area reflects five periods of occupation: Luiseno Indian, Spanish Mission, Mexican Secularization, American Military, and Twentieth Century Restoration. Construction of the present Mission church began in 1811 and was completed in 1815. The design is cruciform with the dimensions measuring 30' high, 165' long and 27' wide. The solitary bell tower, which is the cornerstone to the entire mission quadrangle, is 75' high. Adobe, lime plaster, wooden timbers, fired clay bricks, and roof tiles comprise the primary building materials. The architecture is Spanish Colonial combining Baroque and Classical styles with Moorish influences. PRESENT - The church, a National Historic Landmark, is open daily to visitors via the museum, which oversees its restoration and the care of its collections. Although painted over through the years, the decorative designs, taken from textiles and patterns in books, are original. The church at San Luis Rey is recognized as the most unique and one of the most beautiful in the mission chain. It is the largest of the 21 California missions and the only one adorned with a wooden dome and cupola. Unique also to San Luis Rey are the side altars and the Madonna Chapel which originally served as a mortuary chapel.

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        • 200 years :30 PSA

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          Founded in 1798 by Padre Fermin Francisco de Lasuen, successor to Padre Junipero Serra, the Mission was named after St. Louis IX, King of France, who lived during the 13th century. The history of the San Luis Rey area reflects five periods of occupation: Luiseno Indian, Spanish Mission, Mexican Secularization, American Military, and Twentieth Century Restoration. Construction of the present Mission church began in 1811 and was completed in 1815. The design is cruciform with the dimensions measuring 30' high, 165' long and 27' wide. The solitary bell tower, which is the cornerstone to the entire mission quadrangle, is 75' high. Adobe, lime plaster, wooden timbers, fired clay bricks, and roof tiles comprise the primary building materials. The architecture is Spanish Colonial combining Baroque and Classical styles with Moorish influences. PRESENT - The church, a National Historic Landmark, is open daily to visitors via the museum, which oversees its restoration and the care of its collections. Although painted over through the years, the decorative designs, taken from textiles and patterns in books, are original. The church at San Luis Rey is recognized as the most unique and one of the most beautiful in the mission chain. It is the largest of the 21 California missions and the only one adorned with a wooden dome and cupola. Unique also to San Luis Rey are the side altars and the Madonna Chapel which originally served as a mortuary chapel.

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          • The City of Edinburgh: A Quick Guide

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            This is my first university project with the aim being to create a 2 minute documentary.

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            • St.Anthony's Varsity Football 9-24-11

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              St. Anthony's vs Fordham Prep Game Highlights. Game score 51-0.

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              • Solemn Profession: Edgar, Dave, Joe

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                The Solemn Profession of vows of Edgar Lopez, O.Carm., Dave Semmens, O.Carm., and Michael Joseph Elijah Wu, O.Carm.

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                • Simple Profession - Sept 2007

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                  The Western Dominican Province happily announces the simple profession of the novices of the class of 2006-2007 on Saturday, September 1, 2007.

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                  • Great Houses Make Not Men Holy: Mendicant Architecture in Medieval Oxford (High Res)

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                    This film was written and produced by Jim Knowles (NC State University) and Michal Koszycki (Princeton University). It features original 3D reconstructions (SketchUp models) of the medieval Franciscan and Dominican foundations in Oxford, 13th to 16th centuries. These lost buildings are placed in the context of English antifraternal literature, tracing the opposition to the friars' building projects from their beginnings in the 1220s to the final dissolution of English religious houses under Henry VIII in the 1530s.

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                    • Witness of Sr. Veronica in English

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                      Sr. Veronica (Italian) who is the female servant General of the Little Friars and Sisters V.V. of Jesus and Mary, gives vocational message and a short witness of her conversion.

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