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The “Conjuring” Film Universe Digested — Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast #101

https://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_101_7-8-21.mp3 With the release of The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, your Pretty Much Pop hosts Mark, Erica Spyres and Brian Hirt explore the larger “Conjuring universe” that started with the critically acclaimed 2013 James Wan film depicting the fictionalized supernatural investigations of Ed and Lorraine Warren (played by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga). Largely using the plot-generating device...
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26 funny books from the best voices in comedy, from Tina Fey to Samantha Irby

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. The funniest books on our list include memoirs and essay collections from comedians and writers like Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Mindy Kaling, Ali Wong, Samantha Irby, Nora Ephron, Jerry Seinfeld, David Sedaris, and more. Amazon; Rachel Mendelson/Insider Reading a funny book is one of the most engaging, transportive activities there is. Below are 26 laugh-out-loud funny books, from memoirs and essay collecti...
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Church Official Exposed Through America's 'Vast and Largely Unregulated Data-Harvesting'

The New York Times' On Tech newsletter shares a thought-provoking story: This week, a top official in the Roman Catholic Church's American hierarchy resigned after a news site said that it had data from his cellphone that appeared to show the administrator using the L.G.B.T.Q. dating app Grindr and regularly going to gay bars. Journalists had access to data on the movements and digital trails of his mobile phone for parts of three years and were able to retrace where he went. I know that peop...
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Biden's Town Hall at Catholic University Riles Bishop, Abortion Opponents

By Andrea ShalalWASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden's planned town hall meeting at a Catholic university in Cincinnati, Ohio, on...
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The Meaning of Hieronymus Bosch’s Spellbinding Triptych, The Garden of Earthly Delights

Hieronymus Bosch was born Jheronimus van Aken. We know precious little else about him, not even the year of his birth, which scholar Nicholas Baum guesses must have been right in the middle of the fifteenth century. But we do know that the artist was born in the Dutch town of ‘ s-Hertogenbosch, better known as Den Bosch, to which his assumed name pays tribute. It is thus to Den Bosch that Baum travels in the The Mysteries of Hieronymus Bosch, the 1983 BBC TV movie above, in search...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Television, College, History, Bbc, Catholic, Seoul, Bosch, Erasmus, Baum, Taschen, Hieronymus Bosch, Den Bosch, Hertogenbosch, Colin Marshall


Fox News' Geraldo Rivera says it's 'crazy talk' to say not getting the COVID-19 vaccine is a 'constitutional right'

In this June 25, 2010 file photo, Fox News Channel commentator Geraldo Rivera speaks on the "Fox & friends" television program in New York. Duquesne (doo-KAYN') University says Geraldo Rivera isn’t welcome to appear on a panel at the Pittsburgh school because of a half-naked “selfie” he posted this summer. Duquesne says the cellphone picture the TV personality posted on Twitter in July 2013 was inappropriate and not in line with the school’s values as a Catholic university. Richard Drew/AP...
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Donald Trump Jr. says he was 'just f---ing' with Mitt Romney by calling for him to be expelled from the Senate, book says

Donald Trump and Mitt Romney Joe Raedle/Getty Images; Susan Walsh-Pool/Getty Images Trump Jr. told the RNC chairwoman he was just 'f---ing' with Romney in calling for him to be expelled, a new book says. Trump Jr.'s tweet calling Romney "a member of the resistance" caught the chair, Ronna McDaniel off guard. "You know I can't just kick him out of the party, right?" McDaniel told Trump Jr., per the book. See more stories on Insider's business page. Donald Trump Jr. assu...
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Catholic bishops' effort to deny Biden communion risks alienating church members, a majority of whom support abortion rights

Some Catholic bishops have expressed interest in denying President Joe Biden, a practicing Catholic, Communion over his abortion stance. Matthew Pasant, Contributor/Getty Images; Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images Some US Catholic bishops expressed interest in denying Biden communion over his abortion stance. But polls show a majority of Catholics share Biden's view in support of abortion rights. The bishops could push Catholics further away at a time when church membership is already declinin...
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Hart Union High School District board votes to retire Indians mascot by 2025

The William S. Hart Union HIgh School District board voted 4-1 to replace the high school’s Indians mascot by 2025 at its meeting Wednesday, July 14. Members of the Santa Clarita-area community, Hart High students and graduates, parents and staff members exchanged heated remarks about the fate of the mascot during the meeting. At times, Cherise Moore, the president of the board, warned those in attendance to refrain from outbursts and threatened to have disruptive people removed by a sheriff’s d...
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McDonald's introduced an "impossible" meatless burger in 1962 but it was pineapple

In 1962, Lou Groen, owner of a McDonald's franchise in Cincinnati, Ohio, had an idea for a "hamburger" that would appeal to his mostly Catholic customers who didn't eat meat on Fridays. (Remember, this was long before the birth of the chicken nugget.) — Read the rest
Tags: Food, Post, News, Catholicism, Fast Food, Catholic, Vegetarianism, Vegetarians, McDonald, Cincinnati Ohio, Lou Groen


Canada: at least 160 more unmarked graves found in British Columbia

Penelakut Tribe says graves found close to ex-residential schoolKuper Island school run by Catholic church closed in 1975A First Nations community in western Canada has announced the discovery of at least 160 unmarked graves close to a former residential school – the latest in a series of grim announcements from across the country in recent weeks.Members of the Penelakut Tribe in southwestern British Columbia. said in a statement late on Monday that the graves had been discovered near the site o...
Tags: Americas, World news, Canada, Global development, Indigenous Peoples, Catholic, British Columbia, Victoria Continue, Indigenous child graves, Penelakut Tribe, Kuper Island, Penelakut Island


The story of LA’s activist nuns gets told in new documentary ‘Rebel Hearts’

Lenore Dowling had been a nun for over a decade when the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary decided things needed to change to embrace the cultural shifts of the 1960s. The Archbishop of Los Angeles, however, refused to allow the sisters, who taught in Catholic schools across the city, to step out from their convent on the southern edge of Griffith Park and into contemporary life. The battle that ensued made headlines around the world, and now is the subject of the new documentary “Rebel He...
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Faith leaders push for understanding, solidarity in Asian and Black communities

“Asian Lives Matter.” Those three words — spoken loudly and emphatically by a Black pastor — moved Hyepin Im to tears. “I felt chills going down my spine,” recalled Im, who leads Faith and Community Empowerment, a nonprofit based in Los Angeles’ Koreatown, which works to connect Asian American faith leaders with the community at large. “I was so grateful. I’ve waited a long time to hear this.” Im and the Rev. Mark Whitlock, who spoke those words, have had a professional relationship and a person...
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Fate of school’s Indians mascot in hands of Hart Union High School District board

The “Indians” have been the mascot of Santa Clarita’s Hart High School since 1945, when the school was founded. But change may be coming on Wednesday, July 14. After months of debate from students, administrators, parents, staff members and Native American advocacy groups, the William S. Hart Union High School District governing board is expected to make a decision to determine the fate of the mascot. Hart High School’s logo features a Native American theme. File photo In previous discussion...
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Canada’s government needs to face up to its role in Indigenous children’s deaths | Cindy Blackstock and Pamela Palmater

It’s time for ministers to stop consigning the residential schools scandal to a ‘dark history’, and deal with ongoing injusticesGround-penetrating sonar found the children’s bodies that the survivors of Canada’s “residential schools” always knew were there. For more than a century, these schools functioned as re-education camps run by the Canadian government and Catholic church to assimilate Indigenous children. Children were raped, locked in chicken coops, shocked in an electric chair, subject ...
Tags: Children, Race, Americas, World news, Canada, Indigenous Peoples, Catholic, Inequality, Pamela Palmater, Cindy Blackstock, Duncan Campbell Scott


Florida Parents Sue Catholic School, Question Its Teachings

A Florida couple is suing a Catholic school and demanding the return of a large donation, saying that it isn’t adhering to mainstream Catholic values.
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Covid-19: Knock Novena cancelled after Delta variant concerns

Organisers cancel the Catholic pilgrimage event due to concerns about the coronavirus Delta variant.
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Where have you gone, Jimmy Gatz? Roman Catholic haunting in American literary modernism

The year is 1924: the restriction acts designed to turn the tide of Eastern and Southern European immigration into a trickle have been signed into US law. Nativist panic continues apace, however, even among the upper classes, perhaps especially among the educated upper-middle classes—whose strengthened churches and preparatory schools and country clubs guard the Anglo-Protestant marriage market and the not-so-free masonry of finance capital. What is to become of America when these newcomers of s...
Tags: Books, Hollywood, Featured, Religion, Immigration, Americas, US, America, Judaism, Catholicism, House, Literature, Catholic, Princeton, St James, NICK


The 12 best books of July 2021, according to Amazon's book editors

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Amazon; Alyssa Powell/Insider July is an excellent time to read - be it on your commute, at the beach, or spending time at home. Amazon's book editors have selected 12 new titles to sink your teeth into this July. Want more books? Check out the best new books of the year and the . Regardless of what your July plans are, reading will likely fit right in, whether you're bringing along , stockin...
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Federal probe of American Indian boarding schools reflects dark chapter in U.S. history

Among the crumbling ruins of the former St. Boniface Indian Industrial School in Banning is a fenced enclosure where broken, weathered and worn grave markers lie. A white, wooden cross looms over the cemetery, where the remains of more than a dozen Indigenous children remain buried and forgotten. Nestled against a hillside, it is a somber reminder of the atrocities that once occurred there. St. Boniface Indian Industrial School Cemetery in Banning. (Photos by Joe Nelson) St. Boniface India...
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Burned churches stir deep Indigenous ambivalence over faith of forefathers

After hundreds of unmarked graves were found at Canada’s former Catholic-run residential schools, churches in First Nations territories have been destroyed by suspected arsonFor more than a century, the clapboard church set amid rolling hills in western Canada has been a spiritual home to the Upper Similkameen Indian Band.To build St Anne’s, residents of Chuchuwayha Indian Reserve #2 travelled 40 miles to the closest town, hauling lumber back to their community by horse and wagon. Continue readi...
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Religion events in the San Fernando Valley area, July 3-10

  Shepherd Church presents a “Drive-up 4th of July Spectacular” fireworks show on July 4 next to their campus on Rinaldi Street at Corbin Avenue in Porter Ranch. Photo taken on Monday, August 17, 2020. (Photo by Dean Musgrove, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)   Here is a sampling of indoor, outdoor and online religious services in the San Fernando Valley area, July 3-10.   Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles: Parishes churches in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties are open fo...
Tags: Facebook, Supreme Court, Religion, Sport, Soccer, Tim Clark, Community, Catholic, Local News, Corinthians, Ventura, Andrew, Unity, Winnetka, St Andrew, Craig Peterson


British Soldier Charged Over 1972 'Bloody Sunday' Will Not Stand Trial

DUBLIN (Reuters) - The only British soldier charged with murder in relation to the "Bloody Sunday" killings of 13 unarmed Catholic civil rights...
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No Trial for British Soldier Charged Over 'Bloody Sunday' Killings

By Ian GrahamBELFAST (Reuters) -The only British soldier charged with murder over the "Bloody Sunday" killings of 13 unarmed Catholic civil rights...
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Marie Madeleine: exploring language, style, and humour in the Acadian folksong tradition

There are two main French speaking groups in Canada: the Québécois and the lesser-known Acadians, who have a fascinating but tragic history in Canada. After failing to establish a post on St Croix Island (present-day Maine) in 1604, the Acadians became the first French colonial group to settle on Canadian soil in 1605 (in present-day Nova Scotia), three years prior to the arrival of the Québécois. When the British took control in 1713, Acadian colonizers suddenly became the colonized, and found ...
Tags: Books, Music, Featured, Canada, Maine, Catholicism, Catholic Church, Catholic, Louisiana, Quebec, Acadia, St Croix Island, Arts & Humanities, Online products, Marie Madeleine, Acadians


Another Indigenous Group in Canada Finds Unmarked Graves Near a Former School

A third indigenous community says it has discovered unmarked graves near the site of a former Catholic-run residential school for...
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Pope Francis to meet Indigenous survivors of Canadian schools abuses

First Nations, Metis and Inuit groups to travel to Vatican amid calls for papal apology over children’s deathsPope Francis has agreed to meet Indigenous survivors of Canada’s notorious residential schools in December, amid calls for a papal apology for the Catholic church’s role in the abuse and deaths of thousands of children.The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) said Francis had invited delegations to the Vatican and would meet three groups – First Nations, Métis and Inuit – separ...
Tags: Religion, Americas, World news, Canada, Catholicism, Pope Francis, Christianity, Vatican, The papacy, Indigenous Peoples, Catholic, Francis, Conference of Catholic Bishops CCCB


Mexican independence from Spain and the first Mexican emperor

Mexico had been battling its way towards independence from Spain for some years when, in 1820, the Mexican-born officer, Agustín de Iturbide y Arámburu (1783-1824), proclaimed a new rebellion on behalf of what he called the Plan of Iguala. This called for Mexican independence, a constitutional monarchy with the Spanish king or another member of the Bourbon dynasty at its head, the Catholic religion as the only religion of Mexico, and the unity of all inhabitants, no matter what their origin, eth...
Tags: Europe, Books, Featured, Congress, Mexico, Spain, History, Mexico City, Army, Catholic, Notre Dame, Latin America, Cordoba, Napoleon, Tuscany, Livorno


US Catholic School Association Seeks Rebound From Grim Year

The organization overseeing Catholic schools in the United States gets a new chief executive this week as it seeks to rebound from its biggest one-year enrollment drop since the 1970s.
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At least 4 Catholic churches destroyed on Indigenous land in a week

Canadian authorities are investigating multiple fires that destroyed four Catholic churches on Indigenous land in the past week.
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