Views:72870|Rating:4.25|View Time:5:43:48Minutes|Likes:631|Dislikes:111 The casket of former president George H.W. Bush returned to Houston Dec. 5 to lie in repose overnight at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube:
Views:87932|Rating:4.86|View Time:10:18Minutes|Likes:488|Dislikes:14 George Gershwin’s famous “Rhapsody in Blue”, transcribed, arranged and performed by Llewellyn (“Lew”) Williams in 1996 on the then 4/67 Wurlitzer organ in the Organ Stop Pizza restaurant in Mesa, Arizona. The instrument, which was originally a 1927-vintage 3/15 from the Denver Theatre and was rebuilt in the original Mesa OSP in 1975 as a 3/23, then had a “Modernistic” or ‘waterfall’ type four-manual console, built by Ken Crome in Reno, Nevada in 1984, but the instrument’s increasing size (already four manuals and over forty ranks, it grew to 67 ranks when OSP moved to a new site in Mesa) led to its replacement in 1997 with a new French-style console modelled on that of the Brooklyn Paramount. It now has 78 ranks. The Waterfall style console now controls the 4/32 Wurlitzer at East Sussex National Golf Course, here in England – the first theatre organ the uploader ever got to see and hear live.
Huge thanks, as ever, to Lew for so kindly sending me these fantastic recordings and consenting to their being uploaded to YouTube.
Views:1345|Rating:5.00|View Time:22:20Minutes|Likes:6|Dislikes:0 This is the last TV newscast George Wylie anchored. He left TV news as of the end of this newscast, June 30, 1989, to pursue a variety of other sales and communications interests including:
…hosting radio programs on WOI-AM, news director at Lite 104 FM KEZT, appearing as a spokesperson and model for advertising, hosting special televised events, public relations, printed materials sales and marketing, real estate sales, and Director of Communications for the Iowa Conference of the United Methodist Church. George passed away October 30, 2010, due to a sudden stroke at the age of 70.
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The sports segment features a few of my high school classmates on the Ames High Baseball Team.
Views:74159|Rating:4.55|View Time:7:57:16Minutes|Likes:602|Dislikes:60 Family, dignitaries and friends of former President George H.W. Bush gather in Texas at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church for the final memorial service for the 41st president.
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Views:82|Rating:0.00|View Time:1:18:43Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 This is the video recording of Thursday, October 4, 2018’s choir practice at St. Peter the Apostle Roman Catholic Church in Henderson, Nevada. This practice is in preparation for Fr. Samuel Martinez’s installation as Pastor of the parish by Bishop George Leo Thomas, Bishop of the Diocese of Las Vegas.
William Paul Freeman is an active music educator, organist, conductor, and church musician based out of Las Vegas, Nevada. Freeman is currently the Director of Music and Liturgy at St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church in Las Vegas, Nevada where he is also a frequent organist and musician at Guardian Angel Cathedral and other parishes throughout the Roman Catholic Diocese of Las Vegas. He currently teaches guitar and music at Mojave High School.
As the Director of Music at St. Anthony’s, Freeman has helped guide the young parish through infancy. At St. Anthony’s, he directs the Choir of St. Anthony’s, the Praise and Worship team, the Children’s Chorus, and the Tagalog Chorus. Additionally, he supervises and assists the Spanish choir. Under Freeman’s leadership, the program has tripled in size. With Freeman’s energetic leadership, the Music Ministry has collaborated with other ministries and groups as well as other churches including the Lone Mountain, Skye Canyon, and Tule Springs LDS Stakes and other Catholic parishes within the Diocese of Las Vegas. As an organist at Guardian Angel Cathedral, he has led music during Mass from the organ console.
Recognized for his work, Freeman was the 4th Degree Knight of the Month in April 2018. He graduated with highest academic honors from National University. He also won the Msgr. Henry Kawalec Memorial Organ Scholarship Competition in 2011 sponsored by the Church Musicians’ Guild of Buffalo. In 2010, he was recognized by then Bishop Kmiec for his service to the Diocese of Buffalo with the Manus Christi Award.
Prior to his appointment as Director of Music and Liturgy at St. Anthony’s, Freeman worked at Grace-in-the-Desert Episcopal Church, Infant of Prague RC Church, Cleveland Drive Presbyterian, and was an assisting musician at St. Gregory the Great and Sts. Peter and Paul in Buffalo, New York. He also was a member of the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus and collaborated with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and the Chautauqua Institute Orchestra.
Active within the Vegas community, he currently serves as the Sub-Dean of the Southern Nevada Chapter of the American Guild of Organists after serving a two-year term as a Member-at-Large. He founded the Canisius College Las Vegas Alumni Chapter and is a 4th Degree Knight with the Knights of Columbus. Freeman holds academic degrees from Canisius College (BA Music), National University (M.Ed. Education), University of Notre Dame (Certificate), and Western Governors University (MBA) and has completed extensive musical training at George Mason University, the Eastman School of Music, and the University of Nevada Las Vegas. His primary organ teacher was Roland E. Martin.
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St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church was founded in 2006 by Bishop Joseph Anthony Pepe of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Las Vegas. St. Anthony’s is one of the fastest growing Catholic parishes in the United States of America. Fr. Bob Puhlman currently serves as pastor. For more information, please visit www.saplv.com.
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Saint George (c. 275/281 — 23 April 303) was, according to tradition, a Roman soldier from Syria Palaestina and a soldier in the Guard of Diocletian, who is venerated as a Christian martyr. In hagiography Saint George is one of the most venerated saints in the Catholic (Western and Eastern Rites), Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, and the Oriental Orthodox churches. He is immortalized in the tale of Saint George and the Dragon and is one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers. His memorial is celebrated on 23 April, and he is regarded as one of the most prominent military saints.
Many Patronages of Saint George exist around the world, including: Georgia, England, Egypt, Bulgaria, Aragon, Catalonia, Romania, Ethiopia, Greece, India, Iraq, Lithuania, Palestine, Portugal, Serbia, Ukraine and Russia, as well as the cities of Genoa, Amersfoort, Beirut, Botoşani, Drobeta Turnu-Severin, Timişoara, Fakiha, Bteghrine, Cáceres, Ferrara, Freiburg, Kragujevac, Kumanovo, Ljubljana, Pérouges, Pomorie, Preston, Qormi, Rio de Janeiro, Lod, Lviv, Barcelona, Moscow, Tamworth and Victoria, as well as of the Scout Movement and a wide range of professions, organizations and disease sufferers.
The Church of Saint George (Arabic: كنيسة القديس جيورجوس or كنيسة مار جريس Hebrew: כנסיית ג’ורג’ הקדוש קוטל הדרקון) is the major shrine for the fourth century martyr Saint George (الخضر Al-Khidr in Arabic) and is located in Lod, Israel. The current church, built in 1870, shares space with the El-Khidr Mosque.
Toward the end of the nineteenth century, the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem received permission from the Ottoman authorities to build a church on the site of a previous basilica. The church is built over an earlier 15th century AD structure, and occupies the north end of the nave and left-hand aisle of the earlier church, from which there survive two apses – which, contrary to the normal rule, face north rather than east.
The Ottoman authorities stipulated, that part of the plot be made available for a mosque. Consequently the current Church of St. George incorporates only the northeast corner of the Byzantine basilica. The prayer hall of the adjacent mosque contains a column that once stood in the nave of the basilica. The church contains the sarcophagus of St George.
Views:1283|Rating:4.81|View Time:6:28Minutes|Likes:25|Dislikes:1 – As Oklahoma enacts a law that could close all but one abortion clinic in the state — and Louisiana is poised to follow suit — we look at the legacy of Dr. George Tiller, who was assassinated five years ago this past weekend. Tiller was one of a handful of doctors providing abortions in the third trimester of pregnancy. He braved constant threats, a firebombing at his clinic and an assassination attempt that left him with gunshot wounds to both arms. On May 31, 2009, anti-choice extremist, Scott Roeder, entered Tiller’s church in Wichita, Kansas, and shot him dead. We remember Tiller by speaking with Dr. Cheryl Chastine, who travels from Chicago to Wichita each week to provide abortions at Tiller’s former clinic, which reopened last year. Chastine discusses the obstacles to abortion access in Kansas and responds to the threats and harassment she and her colleagues face. “I get up in the morning and there are patients that need me,” Chastine says. “If I allow myself to be deterred from doing this work, then I am allowing a victory for terrorism.”
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Views:3291|Rating:3.44|View Time:7:50Minutes|Likes:31|Dislikes:14 – Today marks the fourth anniversary of the murder of Dr. George Tiller, a 67-year-old abortion provider who was shot point blank in the forehead as he attended church services in Wichita, Kansas. Tiller’s clinic was one of a handful in the nation that performed abortions after the 24th week of pregnancy. He faced constant threats and incidents of violence and vandalism in the decades leading up to his death. The man who assassinated him, anti-choice extremist Scott Roeder, is serving a life sentence and was recently reprimanded in prison for making intimidating remarks against other abortion providers. The four years since Tiller was murdered have seen a wave of new abortion restrictions. Eight states now ban abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy. Meanwhile, clinics across the country have been threatened by laws aimed at shutting them down. After working with Tiller for eight years, our guest Julie Burkhart joins us from South Wind Women’s Center, the newly reopened abortion clinic where Tiller worked. She is director and founder of the Trust Women Foundation. “We have had approximately 200 patient visits in just the two short months that we’ve been open. We are just so happy to be back in this community,” Burkhart says. On threats made against the clinic and her life she says, “These threats are definitely to be taken seriously and they are chilling. However, women still need abortion care. … I don’t think that the rights of women in this part of the country should be curtailed just because we have extremists.”
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Views:4700916|Rating:4.72|View Time:1:3Minutes|Likes:6729|Dislikes:396 During the 2011 preschool graduation at our church in Mississippi, this four year old eloquently recites the books of the Bible’s New Testament. He then follows with a surprise of his own…
Views:79703|Rating:4.64|View Time:3:31:51Minutes|Likes:613|Dislikes:47 The special funeral train carrying former President George H.W. Bush arrived in College Station, Texas on Thursday — the last leg of his journey before America’s 41st president is laid to rest.
Following a funeral at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston, Bush’s casket – draped in an American flag – was loaded aboard a Union Pacific Locomotive 4141 train car in Spring, Texas.
Former President George W. Bush and his family were among those in attendance at the ceremony, after which they boarded the train.
During the funeral, the elder Bush – who died Friday at age 94 – was remembered for his “decency, boundless kindness and consideration of others” by a longtime friend and former secretary of state, James Baker.
Bush is to be interred on the grounds of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, on the Texas A&M University campus, near his wife, Barbara, and Robin, their daughter who died of leukemia at the age of 3 in 1953.
The train was scheduled to slow down through a number of towns along its roughly 70-mile trip. That included Magnolia, where hundreds of people gathered to see 4141 go by. Crowd members waved flags and cheered as the train arrived.
There have been several other such funeral trains in the nation’s history. That includes the one that carried Dwight D. Eisenhower’s body from the National Cathedral in Washington to his Kansas hometown of Abilene several decades ago, according to The Associated Press.
Views:452|Rating:0.00|View Time:15:24Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 The George Stevens Academy Jazz Band plays at the Maine State Jazz Festival at the South Portland High School. Congratulations to Mr. Orlofsky and the 2016 GSA Jazz Band on becoming the Maine State Champion in Division IV for the 3rd year in a row, and the 12th time since 2003.
Views:50063|Rating:4.76|View Time:10:2Minutes|Likes:120|Dislikes:6 We are so pleased to bring you our very first Greek Wedding Film of the most wonderful couple, Niki and Billy. Ohhh, how I love this culture and this couple!! Not only was I completely mesmerized by the many traditional dances ( I could watch those all day), but the mass amount of symbolism throughout the entire wedding day had me in awe. I began to wish I were Greek. The day began with one of Billy’s groomsman delivering Niki’s shoes to her on a silver platter surrounded by almonds (a symbol of fertility) and money being stuffed into her shoes until she attained the “perfect fit”…the more money, the better the fit (see why I would like to be Greek). Billy had some traditions of his own. His mother poured a cup of wine, in which he took three sips of and then threw the cup behind him breaking it and walking away without turning back. This symbolized the leaving of his parents and the joining of his wife. The crowning ceremony joined the couple and established them as the King and Queen of their home. The exchanging of rings, which is switched back and forth three times, signifies that in married life, the weakness of one partner will be compensated by the strength of the other. By themselves, the newly betrothed are incomplete, but together they are made perfect (I love this!). The Koumpari, is the ceremonial walk where the couple walks around a table three times, taking their first steps as husband and wife. I could go on and on as there is so much more. Definitely a wedding to blog about! To the happy couple, I want to thank you both for being so gracious to us! You made the filming of this event, perfect in every way. We were so pleased to share this moment with you, your friends and your family. We especially loved the McDonald’s cheeseburger ending. What a way to end the day!! Cheers to you both, we wish you a lifetime of happiness together!
Cinematography: Luminance Wedding Films
Editing: Sarah Kanafani of Luminance Wedding Films
Photographer: Sandy-Blue Rose Photography
Wedding Coordinator: Maria Socha-Sealed With A Kiss
Design: Distracted By Décor
Flowers: Albuquerque Florists
Cake: Say it with Cake
D.J.: Peter-DJ Extreem (Toronto, Canada)
Venue: St. George Greek Orthodox Church, Sheraton Uptown, Albuquerque, NM
Strings: Cailin Nolte and Carrie Hurtado
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Tonight we have George Noory, Victoria Gavoian, Paul Andrews and Giorgio Tsoukalos on to talk some UFOs, Ancient Aliens and Contact in the Desert… the biggest and best UFO conference in the world.
George Noory is the host of Coast to Coast AM which airs on approximately 564 stations in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Guam. While hosting his show, The Nighthawk, a late-night program on KTRS in St. Louis, George was recruited by Premiere Radio Networks to guest host on Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell. He became the permanent host on January 1, 2003.
At age 28, he became the youngest major market news director in the country at KMSP-TV in Minneapolis and while a news executive was the recipient of three Emmy Awards .
George hosts Beyond Belief, a weekly Internet-based TV show, and has also appeared on the History Channel’s Ancient Aliens. He was born, raised and educated in Detroit and graduated from the University of Detroit in 1972 with a bachelor’s degree in Communications.
Victoria GeVoian is one of the creators of and shares the vision behind Contact in the Desert… and tonight we will discuss the secrets behind CITD and why it has so quickly become one of the greatest and biggest UFO conferences in the world… and what we can expect next week at the 2018 conference in Indian Wells/Palm Springs, California.
Air date: May 23, 2018
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