Kirby’s Augusta – Sacred Heart



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We all know the story of Sacred Heart. For decades it was not only one of the prettiest churches in town,
It was one of the prettiest buildings in Augusta.

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Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Parish, Lewisburg – Parish Photo Tour



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Have you ever wanted to be able to check out a church before you went there? Well now Sacred Heart Parish makes it so you can! This photo tour of the Sacred Heart grounds and building gives you an idea of what this Roman Catholic Parish is all about, and why you will enjoy being a part of our family!

Ways to connect with Sacred Heart Parish:
Website: www.sacredheartofjesus.org
Roman Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg: www.hbgdiocese.org
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Sacred Steel Unity Concert 2017 – Ryan Green



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Lil Ryan Green was born on March 25th 2007, in Port St Lucie Florida, to Minister Randy Green & LaToya Green. Lil Ryan Green was 2 years old when his parents noticed his singing and dancing ability. Ryan began to sing and play the steel guitar at the tender age of 4 years old under the guidance of his father Minister Randy Green
Ryan has performed at benefit concerts in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, such as the Cancer, and Sunland Park now known as Joseph Carter Park in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and has opened up for gospel greats in gospel program/concerts for award Winning artists.
Lil Ryan green currently resides in Fort Pierce, Florida and attends the House of God, Keith Dominion church under the leadership and tutelage of Pastor Teresa Gardner Lewis. Some of his influences are Elder Aubrey Ghent , his son A.J Ghent, and Lisa Lang.
We continue to pray God’s guidance and protection over the life of Lil Ryan Green & others like him that he continues to glorify and uplift the name of the Lord with the many gifts and talents that God has bestowed upon him.
We would like to take this time to personally thank Elder Joseph Randall and Dr. Del and Kelli Grace for all they have done in the lives of God’s people throughout the region and for keeping the Sacred Steel /Sacred Strings MUSIC Tradition alive …God bless you all & this world in which we live in….The Green Family!

Gregorian Chant Catholic Sacred Medieval Ecclesiastical Music in Latin



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Sacred Time Ep 1: Intro to Jewish Time



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What is the Jewish idea of time? How can it be made sacred? Rabbi Soloveichik ties together three incredible stories about Hasidim in Alaska, former Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin, and former refusenik Natan Sharansky.
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SACRED TIME: A JOURNEY THROUGH THE JEWISH HOLIDAYS, a new series exploring how Jewish foods and festivals, rituals and holidays, illuminate the Jewish meaning of life. New episodes will be released throughout the Jewish year—on the honey of Rosh Hashanah and the repentance of Yom Kippur, on the palm frond of Sukkot and the miracles of Hanukkah, on the costumes of Purim and the new festivals of modern Israel.

RABBI DR. MEIR Y. SOLOVEICHIK is one of the leading contemporary voices on faith in America, and rabbi of Congregation Shearith Israel, the oldest Jewish congregation in the United States. He serves as the Director of the Zahava and Moshael Straus Center for Torah and Western Thought at Yeshiva University. He is the Becket Fund’s 2018 Canterbury Medalist for Religious Liberty.

Ep 1 image and text sources: Volvelle image is MS 902 17v-18r (1779), located in HUC Klau Library Cincinnati; source of Yupik Alaska story – Rabbi Jonathan Sacks Joseph Telushkin’s book Rebbe, Telushkin’s article “What the Rebbe Taught” Church & Synagogue Security News; Shabbat.com (YouTube video TITLE); GreatThinkers (thegreatthinkers.org); Sefaria.org; Shutterstock; Central Intelligence Agency (YouTube: “Israeli Prime Minister Begin’s remarks at the Camp David Agreement, 17 September 1978”); Yeshiva University Archives; New JPS Translation of Bible; Halevi, The Kuzari: In Defense of the Despised Faith, trans. N. Daniel Korobkin (Jason Aronson Inc.: New York, 1998); The Jewish Agency for Israel;

Thank you to: Roger Hertog and Eric Cohen of The Tikvah Fund and its dedicated employees; Laurel Wolfson, Library Director at HUC Klau Library Cincinnati; Michelle Chesner, Norman E. Alexander Librarian for Jewish Studies at Columbia University Libraries; Dr. Elisheva Carlebach, Professor at Columbia University;

Lebanese Maronite Wedding Sacred Heart Tampa



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Lebanese Maronite Christian Wedding at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Tampa shot by The Lebanese Maronite Church come from the Eastern Catholic Church in full communion with the Holy See of Rome. It traces its heritage back to the community founded by Maroun, a 4th-century Syriac-Aramean monk venerated as a saint. The first Maronite Patriarch, Saint John Maron, was elected in the late 7th century. Although reduced in numbers today, Maronites remain one of the principal ethno-religious groups in Lebanon. The Maronite Church asserts that since its inception, it has always remained faithful to the Church of Rome and the Pope.

After the ceremony we sot some of the formals at The University of Tampa. The brides dress was purchased in Dubai. Lebanon currently has the only christian president int he middle east.

COLORES | Sleeping Monsters, Sacred Fires: Volcanos Of New Mexico | New Mexico PBS



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– Look in any direction in New Mexico and you can find mountains that have blown their tops, rare maar volcanoes, cinder cones, lava flows and our very own super volcanoes. New Mexicos volcanoes have been decorating New Mexicos landscape for millions of years. In this COLORES! we see and learn about breathtaking examples of volcanism that span the state. But volcanoes have created more than stunning terrain. Over time, they planted the seeds of civilization and shaped the identity of New Mexico and its people. In this documentary we meet Native Americans who share their views of New Mexicos volcanoes and we meet the experts who help us better understand these geological marvels. Experts also consider the big question, when will these sleeping monsters come to life again? Welcome to the volcano state.

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Processional Sacred Heart Catholic Church Tampa



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Sacred Heart Catholic Church is the most magnificent and historic church in Tampa, however, because of the restrictions, it is a very challenging church to shoot a wedding in. We love a challenge, which is why, we are always please to be able to pull off a 5 camera wedding and get great shots, knowing what we had to do to get a great video. The night before the weddings at Sacred Heart we draw up a diagram that looks like a game plan for a football play with x’s and o’s and arrows going everywhere. We shot this wedding using 4 DSLRS and 1 traditional video cameras. The DSLRS just put out superb picture quality, however, a videographer really has to know what he is doing to have the right cameras in the right spot, and with the restrictions there is no room for error. We also had to avoid the photographers, who was Jason Mize Photography, who was a pleasure to work with, so it’s certainly not a situation for a “average videographer”.

We used 5 cameras total, 1) a Canon 70d with a f2 35mm in the aisle shooting the processional. 2) a Canon xf305 on the floor in the aisle to get the back of the bridesmaids and brides dresses. 3)Canon 5d mark 3 with a f4 24-105mm lense in the Balcony, 4) a Canon 7d with a f4 7-200 Lense on the right side of the sanctuary. and 5) a 2nd Canon 70d with a f4 70-200mm lense on the left side. During the ceremony we moved the Canon xf305 to a tripod to get a tight shot of bride and groom straight down the aisle. We moved the Canon 70d that I was hand holding to the back of the church ground level and put a f1.8 85mm lense. This camera we had wanted up front all the way on the left side to show parents reactions during the ceremony, but cordinator would not allow us to place that camera there, so that was the one change from our game plan so we just put that camera in the back of the church. The one area of improvement would have been to get a better shot when the bride arrived at the altar, all 5 of our cameras were blocked, so we probably should have followed the bride and groom after the processional to the front but that would have been borderline with the cordinators restrictions so in this case we pulled back.

This church will separate the average videographer from the great videographer, because of the restrictions, so it’s wise to choose photographers and videographers who are very familiar with Sacred Heart Church and can get great shots despite the restrictions. For full highlights of weddings at Sacred Heart Catholic Church see

Reno and Smiley – hymns sacred gospel songs (Full Album)



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Reno and Smiley – Hymns Sacred Gospel Songs (King 693)

Recorded at King Studios Cincinnati, Ohio
Date: October 26, 1959

Red Smiley – Rhythm Guitar & Lead Vocals
Don Reno – Lead Guitar & Tenor Vocals
John Palmer – Bass
Mack Magaha – Percussion

01. 0:00:00 In the Garden
02. 0:02:33 He Will Set Your Field on Fire
03. 0:05:07 I’ll Meet You in the Morning
04. 0:08:15 Jesus Will Save Your Soul
05. 0:10:43 I Need the Prayers
06. 0:14:05 The Lord’s Last Supper
07. 0:16:29 Whispering Hope
08. 0:19:23 The Arm of God
09. 0:21:47 You Never Mentioned Him to Me
10. 0:24:31 I Feel Like Traveling On
11. 0:26:59 Mother’s Only Sleeping
12. 0:30:13 Little Country Preacher

Mormon Temple Washing & Anointing Ritual w/ hidden camera



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This footage was recorded in the Mesa Arizona Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon) on May 21, 2016. This is called the “Washing & Anointing” ceremony and it has evolved significantly over the years. Up until the 1950’s, initiates in this ritual were required to stand completely naked in front of two strangers as they were touched all over their bodies with water and consecrated oil.

Sometime starting around 1930 initiates were allowed to wear a very thin “shield” that closely resembled a white poncho with slits up both sides throughout the entire ritual. The ordinance workers would reach under the “shield” to touch various parts of the initiates body. Up until at least the mid-1950’s the ceremony still required the initiate to stand completely naked in front of two temple ordinance workers without the “shield” covering their naked body.

The practice of touching the initiate all over their bodies stopped on Jan. 18, 2005 when the ordinance was changed so that the temple workers would only touch the initiate on their forehead and the the initiate would wear their temple garments (aka underwear) underneath a much thicker and more modest “shield”.

On May 17, 2016 the rules were changed once again. Now initiates are fully clothed throughout the entire ritual and the shields are being phased out completely.

Go to www.MormonThink.com and www.CESLetter.com for more information.

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