Meditate with Father Laurence Freeman
Laurence Freeman

Google Tech TalkJanuary 18, 2012Presented by Father Laurence FreemanSpeaker Info:Father Laurence Freeman is a benedictine monk whose work in teaching meditation and interfaith friendship takes place in a global community formed by the daily practice of dynamic stillness and transformative silence.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laurence_Freeman

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Laurence Freeman: Meditate with Father Laurence Freeman

February 16, 2012 (over 5 years ago)

Google Tech TalkJanuary 18, 2012Presented by Father Laurence FreemanSpeaker Info:Father Laurence Freeman is a benedictine monk whose work in teaching meditation and interfaith friendship takes place in a global community formed by the daily practice of dynamic stillness and transformative silence...

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Laurence Freeman: Knowledge is... Love

February 20, 2012 (over 5 years ago)

Google Tech TalkJanuary 18, 2012Presented by Father Laurence FreemanABSTRACTDifferent kinds of knowing - but the most human kind reveals our universal kinship and transforms relationship. Meditation is more than you think. The oldest and youngest form of human wisdom makes good sense in a digital...

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Clemens von Galen: The First Sermon: We Demand Justice

July 13, 1941 (about 76 years ago)

The transcript below is an English translation of a sermon delivered one Sunday morning at the Church of St. Lambert in Munster, Germany. Though it was the height of Nazi power in Germany, Bishop Clemen von Galen boldly and openly comdemned the Gestapo's tyranny and the arrests that were being ma...

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Clemens von Galen: The Second Sermon

July 20, 1941 (about 76 years ago)

Bishop Clemens von Galen continues his open rebuke of Gestapo rule and Nazi philosophy, and exhorts his parish to remain steadfast in obeying the Lord, unretaliating yet unyielding.

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Clemens von Galen: The Third Sermon

August 3, 1941 (almost 76 years ago)

In this sermon, Bishop von Galen attacks the state's practice of euthanasia and condemns the Nazi doctrine that permits the murder of individuals deemed "unproductive' and of no use to the state.

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Pope Benedict XVI: Address to the International Space Station

May 21, 2011 (about 6 years ago)

Pope Benedict XVI makes a call to the International Space Station and converses with the astronauts in space about issues on Earth from their perspective.

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Source: NASA

Tenzin Gyatso: 1998 Emory University Commencement Address

May 11, 1998 (about 19 years ago)

14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, tells the newly grads of Emory University to have a compassionate heart that never ceases to learn to be able to serve humanity.

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Pope John Paul II: Address at Omayyad Mosque of Damascus

May 6, 2001 (about 16 years ago)

Pope John Paul II speaks of the unity of the Muslim and Christian communities in worshipping the Almighty God in their own sacred places as well as in shaping the children to understand that religion must never be a path towards justifying violence.

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Pope John Paul II: Visit to the Yad Vashem Museum

March 23, 2000 (over 17 years ago)

During the Pilgrimage to the Holy Land, Pope John Paul II speaks in Jerusalem about remembering the holocaust not to commemorate the evil but to remember that darkness will never overcome light and that man has the power to overcome the enemy of the Lord.

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Mother Teresa: Keynote Address at the 42nd National Prayer Breakfast

February 3, 1994 (over 23 years ago)

Mother Teresa talks about the love that brings peace and condemns abortion as the greatest destroyer of this peace.

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