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Join your hosts, Grant and Melissa Virtue, as they take you through the Fire Season of Imbolc and its importance today. They will not only discuss this ancient celebration, but its connection with the Goddess Brighid also known as St. Brighid. You will walk away with an understanding of how you can invoke the importance of this festival in your life and your connection to St. Brighid.
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There are many challenges - management and otherwise - that face companies as they move their infrastructure into the cloud. However, one of the largest challenges remains security. The threat of a breach impacting data or infrastructure hosted in the cloud has been enough to keep some companies, organizations and federal agencies out of the cloud altogether.
However - as our guest Brian Johnson, the CEO of Divvy Cloud - discusses, that doesn't have to be the case. During our conversation, Brian discusses the security challenges facing companies that move to the cloud and how today's emerging cloud automation solutions can help overcome them.
Sat 2/6/2016 6pm pst / 9pm est Join Austin Thomas and Activist Ted Visner as we discuss SECRETS OF THE SLAVE STATE ... OPEN LINES #347-855-8301 ....compliance and conformity and methods of manipulation and indoctrination will be discussed....
#197: Jacquie Joseph, Head Coach, Michigan State. In 2016, the Spartans will spar with six non-conference teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament a year ago: super-regional participant Georgia out of the SEC, and regional teams South Carolina (ACC) Notre Dame (SEC), Florida Atlantic (C-USA), Chattanooga (SoCon), and Arizona State (Pac-12). Add in College World Series participant Michigan and perennial NCAA qualifier Northwestern from MSU’s conference slate, and Joseph expects her team to be challenged from the first pitch of the season on Feb. 12. MSU will open its B1G schedule against Wisconsin at home on March 24th. Spartans Twitter, Spartans Facebook, Spartans IG, Coach Joseph Twitter, TCRS Twitter, TCRS Facebook,
in Self Help
The State of the Youth consists of…
Youth Drug Addictions
The list could go on and on. Prepare to share your thoughts about The State of the Youth on Butterfly Evolution Radio Monday February 1st at 8 PM CST.
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What is the state of our youth?
Who is responsible for the state of our youth?
Who is responsible for restoring the Youth?
Dying To Live - What's Holding You Back?
With Host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com and co-hosts Hugues Girard and Hans Roy.
We will review recent press articles on the issue and parse out whether they are properly delving into the Clinton State Department's propping up of Martelly's contested presidency in the 2010 election. And what role did Clinton's appointed Ambassador to Haiti Pamela White play in the aborted 2015 electoral coup in Haiti?
More show notes and post show wrap-up at www.kiskeacity.com
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
St. Thomas Becket - A strong man who wavered for a moment, but then learned one cannot come to terms with evil and so became a strong churchman, a martyr and a saint—that was Thomas Becket, archbishop of Canterbury, murdered in his cathedral on December 29, 1170.
His career had been a stormy one. While archdeacon of Canterbury, he was made chancellor of England at the age of 36 by his friend King Henry II. When Henry felt it advantageous to make his chancellor the archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas gave him fair warning: he might not accept all of Henry’s intrusions into Church affairs. Nevertheless, he was made archbishop (1162), resigned his chancellorship and reformed his whole way of life!
Troubles began. Henry insisted upon usurping Church rights. At one time, supposing some conciliatory action possible, Thomas came close to compromise. He momentarily approved the Constitutions of Clarendon, which would have denied the clergy the right of trial by a Church court and prevented them from making direct appeal to Rome. But Thomas rejected the Constitutions, fled to France for safety and remained in exile for seven years. When he returned to England, he suspected it would mean certain death. Because Thomas refused to remit censures he had placed upon bishops favored by the king, Henry cried out in a rage, “Will no one rid me of this troublesome priest!” Four knights, taking his words as his wish, slew Thomas in the Canterbury cathedral.
Thomas Becket remains a hero-saint down to our own times.
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