Europe holds the majority of electors until the consistory of February 22, 2014: on this date, sixty-one of the one hundred and twenty-two cardinal electors are still from there.At the end of the election, Cardinal Camerlingu of the Holy Roman Church draws up a report, approved by the three assistant cardinals, indicating the result of the votes taken during each session.Voting takes place through ballots on which is printed "Eligo in Summum Pontificem", that is to say "I elect as Sovereign Pontiff", the cardinal then registers his candidate and seals his ballot.When the new pope is elected and has accepted office, the protodiacal cardinal announces the outcome of the election from the top of the Lodge of Blessings in St. Peter's Basilic...
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This is true whether the influence of the mother is good or bad.The future of any nation, the future of the race, therefore, depends on the character and training of the mothers of the rising generation.What they do in the world as men and women is largely determined by what she did for them when they were little.Thus she indirectly through them governs the destiny of the race; it is her hand that rocks the cradle, and it is her hand that indirectly rules the world.There are foolish and bad, as well as good and wise, mothers.
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The rule of Pope Benedict One cannot talk about the Vatican without mentioning a pope who is the head of state .He succeeded Pope John Paul and was the longest serving cardinal.Pope’s rule is actually not felt in the Vatican City state but it is felt all over the world pope Benedict is concerned over some moral and political issues affecting the world issues such as homosexuality within the church and the society and the various ways to combat HIV such as chastity, fidelity in marriage and anti poverty efforts: he is against the use of condoms.There are no elections done in the Vatican this is because the pope rules till he dies or resigns at his own will.Worldmark Press: .
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The father is away from home at his work most of the day; and, though he has to take his share in the training of the child, his influence cannot, as a rule, be as great as the mother’s.Thus she indirectly through them governs the destiny of the race; it is her hand that rocks the cradle, and it is her hand that indirectly rules the world.The full quote is “For the hand that rocks the cradle, is the hand that rules the world.” It is from a poem by William Ross Wallace that celebrates Motherhood and the concept that what a person becomes in their life starts with what they learn from their mother and that ultimately, it is mothers that have the greatest influence on what we are or become.The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world .T...
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Both, Monty Python and the Holy Grail and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, point out that there is no such thing as a perfect knight.There is one major difference in both works, though.It is impossible for a human being to fulfill all the ideals of the Chivalric Code and the seven Cardinal Virtues.Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, on the other hand, ends not as hopeless as Monty Python and the Holy Grail.Even though it proves, even Sir Gawain as the best knight fails to be a perfect knight, one can come very close.
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.. King Henry VIII had ruled England for thirty seven years as a tyrant, only looking for personal gain.Christians in that time period believed they can only get to heaven by following the rules and teachings of the Church.Henry had an obsession with power, and having the pope stand in his way to marry another woman led him to make one of the biggest changes in English History.The third way proving the tyrant within King Henry would be the split from the Roman Catholic Church.Martin Luther began the Protestant Reformation in Germany, his writing quickly spread to many parts of Europe; King Henry VIII then countered his ideas by publishing The Defense of the Seven Sacraments.
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Baseball requires nine innings to complete a game, and softball only requires seven.The pace with which each game is played, the rules of each, and the level of leagues are different for each.Baseball is played on more levels than softball.It is played on the professional, international, Olympic, college, high school, and little league levels.Even though the games of softball and baseball are different and therefore attract different players, they are both very popular games that are enjoyed by many people.
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This analogy can be linked with Antonio’s, to say that the corruption at the top of Ferdinand and the Cardinal has affected the rest of the court and made them equally depraved and greedy.Further into Act One, the Cardinal initiates the employment of Bosola as a spy in order to keep an eye on the Duchess, his power is clear at this point because he makes Ferdinand negotiate with Bosola as he ‘would not be seen in’t’, demonstrating his apparent control even over his own brother, the Duke of Malfi.His power and control here is also made clear, as he gets angry when they laugh without him laughing, ‘take fire when I give fire, that is, laugh when I laugh.Ferdinand recognises this and makes a mockery of him, sarcastically commenting about hi...
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Cardinal Wolsey wanted to strengthen the Catholic Church and spoke on about heresy, which he opposed; he held public burnings of Martin Luther’s heretic books and urged King Henry VIII to write a book defending the Pope.In 1499, Cardinal Morton made a visitation of Suffolk, he investigated 489 parishes and only eight had allegations of sexual laxity amongst the priest.He was also titled officially by the Pope – ‘Fidei Defensor’ – the defender of the faith, as he defended Catholicism in his book ‘The Defence of the Seven Sacraments’.Monks stuck to the rules and lived appropriate lives, the famous Pilgrimage of Grace, 1536 showed a vast demonstration of popular support for monasteries.However they did believe that sometimes the rules were ...
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It attaches a universal meaning to divine concepts, which transcends all boundaries of space and time.The seven liberal arts outlined by Martianus Capella were: .The seven mechanical arts as defined by Hugh of St. Victor are: ?Likewise, the new Jerusalem refers to God’s City, the kingdom that shall reign forever after the second coming.For instance, the reference to the Lord’s feast in Mathew 22 signifies the eternal happiness to be enjoyed by the save in heaven.
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Nobility however still wanted to be in control of their wealth which caused friction with the ultimate rule of absolute monarchy.Despite the efforts of Cardinal Richelieu and Mazarin there was still overlapping authority.Louis used Cardinals to impose authority but this led to problems like the nobles of the sword and robe.Bibliography: Western Civilization Combined Volume Sixth Edition,Jackson J. Spielvogel .The conflict didn’t end there he was successful in the collection of taxes, but local governors and nobles undermined the King.
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At the age of 13, he was named a cardinal.Under Cosimo I’s rule, the University of Pisa had been renewed (Van Helden, 2004).Lorenzo had convinced Pope Innocent VIII to appoint his youngest son, Giovanni, a cardinal.Pompeo Cardinal Colonna’s soldiers looted the Vatican City, and gained control of Rome.This may have been his personal greatest achievement during his rule.
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Datta, V. (2006, October 8).He also believed that the way to make the most of ourselves as individuals is to rid ourselves of certain desires that are of the “want” nature and that are contrary to the principles of courage, temperance, wisdom, and justice: Plato’s cardinal virtues (Denise, White, and Peterfreund, 2008, p. 14).Dunkle, Roger (1986).By meeting all the cardinal virtues one can only come to the logical conclusion that Mr. Gandhi reached harmony according to Plato’s view.Holocaust Forgotten.
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Farms or entire villages died out or were abandoned as the few survivors decided not to stay on" (Knox)....lted in the decline of businesses.The fourteenth century was the darkest period in recorded European history."The labor shortage was very severe and consequently wages rose."The once positive outlook people had on the life of the thirteenth century had perished along with the many lives the plague took along with it" (Rowling, 188).
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Lucrezia annulled her marriage with her husband, Giovanni Sforza, who was the cousin of Cardinal Sforza.On August 6, 1503, Alexander, Caesar and some other close allies were dining with Cardinal Corneto.Cardinal Piccolomini of Sienna was the only one who dared to oppose this move to transfer the ownership of the properties of the Church to the duke.This decision by the pope is believed by historians to be due not only for the maintenance of peace in Italy, but mainly because Alexander knew that his former enemy, Cardinal della Rovere still had ambitions of overthrowing him from the papal throne.Most were relieved that the French had left Italy, except the Florentine friar, Savoranola, who was a staunch critic of Pope Alexander VI, and Ca...
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cit., p. 6: Cardinal Ratzinger gives a striking account of this need for aggiornamento, when he describes the Council’s opening liturgy as ironically not involving the 2,500 bishops present, relegated to the role of spectators, and questioned the need for two separate Credo, Gospel readings and intercessory prayers in the liturgy.Cardinal Ratzinger, who was very active in the Council, was noted by Hitchcock as a “man of resourcement”; he was a “liberal” of those times, though he has since fought diligently against a firestorm of mischaracterizations of the Council’s meaning.cit., p. 8 : Along these lines, Cardinal Ratzinger characterizes the Church as charismatic and sacramental in structure, when he says the Body of Christ epitomizes th...
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Stout, Glen and Richard A. Johnson.Massachusetts: Viking Press, 2003. .Pennsylvania: Houghton Mifflin Co., 2005. .In Game 5 against Brooklyn, he pitched the first and only perfect game in Series history as the Yanks took Brooklyn in seven games.But the season ended on a sour note as the Yanks fell in seven games to the Dodgers.
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Cardinality reflects normal business rules as well as organizational policy.For instance, the 1:1 cardinality in the first example in Figure 2-14 suggests that each salesperson in the organization is assigned one automobile.System designers identify entities and prepare a model of them, similar to the one presented in Figure 2-15.Similarly, the M:M relationship between vendor and inventory in Figure 2-14 implies that the organization buys the same type of products from one or more vendors.This data model is the blueprint for what ultimately willa .
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Capital punishment should not be implemented on Massachusetts.How can he call himself a Catholic when the Cardinal flat out told him God is not for the death penalty?The Cardinal feels Cellucci, being a Catholic, should not want to have capital punishment in his state.(Boston Globe, Diego Ribadeneira) Through these statements it shows that Governor Cellucci and Cardinal Law have two different views of how Catholics should think of the death penalty.(Boston Globe, Diego Ribadeneira) People who call themselves Catholics usually follow the church's rules.
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Roman Catholicism and Baptism are both similar when it comes to some of their beliefs, role of women and ordinances (Eucharist and baptism).However, the Catholic Church teaches that there are seven sacraments: Baptism, the Eucharist (Communion), Confirmation, Penance, Marriage, Holy orders, and Anointing the sick.But then again they are also contrasting when it comes to their history, structure, some beliefs and number of ordinances.Catholics believe in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist, Baptists view communion and all sacraments as symbolic.Some churches also practice foot washing as a third ordinance.
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, & Williams, Daniel.Doubleday, A division of Ramdon House, Inc.Books L. Allen Jr, John.As for the thematic debates within the Catholic Church, Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick of Washington who often defended the American Church, quoted in the Washington Post, tells about the US response to a group of European Catholics calling for radical changes in the Catholic Church.Articles Cooperman, Alan.
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Costume designer Gabriele Binder, also known for her work in The Lives of Others (2006) and In the Land of Blood and Honey (2011), was inspired by Edie Sedgwick, Jean Seberg, Pierre Cardin and Balenciaga.For Beth Harmon's visit to Paris, Gabriele Binder was directly inspired by Pierre Cardin.Anya Taylor-Joy agreed to play Beth Harmon before she even read the script."It was after devouring the book of the same name by Walter Tevis, from which the series is adapted, that she went to talk to Scott Frank, the creator, to tell him that she was okay with playing the character.On March 19, 2019, Netflix ordered in production a series consisting of seven episodes.
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In a final exchange between Cardinal Altamirano and Don Hontar, Hontar laments that what happened was unfortunate but inevitable because “we must work in the world; the world is thus.” Altamirano replies, “No, thus have we made the world.Thus have I made it.” Days later, a canoe of young children return to the scene of the Mission massacre and salvage a few belongings.The Portuguese colonials seek to enslave the natives, and as the independent Jesuit missions might obstruct this, Papal emissary Cardinal Altamirano, a former Jesuit priest himself, is sent from the Vatican to survey the missions and decide which, should be allowed to remain.Only a handful escape into the jungle.They set off up the river, going deeper into the jungle, with ...
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In Saint-Raphaël, since 1983, but also more recently in 2005 the boarding school Notre-Dame des Blanches, the chaplaincy of the college Le Prieuré de Sambin and the Catholic school of Pontlevoy (diocese of Blois).Bishops have also entrusted school chaplaincies.The latter sees daily evolving, within it, more than one hundred members (seven formators and one hundred and four seminarians).Finally, it carries out more specific missions in the service of the Holy See, in Rome or in the nunciatures.Then, that of the whole school Sainte-Marie de Blois (diocese of Blois).
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For these reasons, the Four Cardinal Virtues exist.The virtue of temperance rules our appetites for pleasure.Temperance does not act against our natural human feelings, but works with them.Temperance does not restrain us from the pleasures that are reasonable, but from those that are opposing to our reason.Prudence is the most important of the four cardinal virtues with knowledge being the importance of prudence.
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Prudence is part of the four cardinal virtues or the four primary moral virtues of the Catholic Church.Marriage is the 5th of the seven sacraments.The sacrament of baptism is the first of the seven sacraments, and symbolizes the removal or the washing away of original sin.Another relevant Catholic teaching which was tackled in this movie is the divine characteristic of rescue swimmers, where at certain times they are given the option to choose the people who will live and the ones who will be left behind.In like manner, for Randall, this was realized when he took the initiative of sacrificing himself in order to let Fischer live.
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Since January 13, 2021, the date of the death of Cardinal Eusebio Oscar Scheid, the College of Cardinals has 227 cardinals, including: .The same was true on May 1, 2020 for Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle.Since his election as vice-dean in January 2020, it has been Cardinal Leonardo Sandri who will assume the functions of dean and president of the conclave in the present situation.Finally, there is the protodiacal cardinal (D 1) - D is the one who functions in case of conclave -, and the other deacons cardinals (D).They were all appointed by the last three popes, John Paul II, Benedict XVI and Francis.
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A year later, a young Gascon named d'Artagnan arrived in Paris to become a musketeer.Everything seems to be going well until they are betrayed by Milady, a spy in the pay of Cardinal Richelieu: she steals the document from them and runs away with the Duke of Buckingham.This is a new steampunk film adaptation and the first 3D production of the eponymous novel by Alexandre Dumas.It is there that, to have involuntarily and successively disturbed the three Musketeers, without knowing who they are, he must challenge them to a duel for redress.In the company of his new companions, d'Artagnan confronts Cardinal Richelieu and his two dangerous henchmen, Milady de Winter and the Earl of Rochefort, who, allied with the Duke of Buckingham, want to ...
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Barker’s Notation signifies the properties of relationships including cardinality and optionality, exclusion, recursion and the use of abstraction.EXPRESS is a data modeling language, the EXPRESS Language Reference Manual.Bachman Notation also known as data structure diagram is used to design the data with a network or relational logical model.It divides the data from model.Unified Modeling Language A type of static structure diagram that describes the structure of a system by showing the system’s classes, their attributes, operations (or methods), and the relationships among the classes.
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and it may be that any list of virtues will be relative to the culture in which it is being drawn up.it doesn’t provide clear guidance on what to do in moral dilemmas although it does provide general guidance on how to be a good person presumably a totally virtuous person would know what to do and we could consider them a suitable role model to guide us there is no general agreement on what the virtues are .A person acts virtuously if they “possess and live the virtues” A virtue is a moral characteristic that a person needs to live well.It centres ethics on the person and what it means to be human It includes the whole of a person’s life .James F Keenan, Proposing Cardinal Virtues, Theological Studies, 1995 Principles .
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