Daily Archives: June 5, 2019

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    I’ve come to you from broken things
    I’ve crawled to you on my hands and knees
    Sailed to you across the seven seas
    If only to hear you say my name

    I’ve come to you from broken times
    I’ve shown you my face with no disguise
    My memories a mirror without eyes
    If only to take away your pain
    If only to hear you say my name

    You’re the whispering in the rising wind
    Empty and so cold too dark for the birds to fly in
    And they’re lined up on the wall
    And as I’m walking by, they scattered and take off
    I watch them as they rise into the sun
    If only you believed you were the one

    When the day is new the light is warm
    Upon the bed the curtain is drawn and torn
    The shadows forming, falling just behind
    If only you believed all of my lies

    Hanging in my heart just like a flag
    When I’m lazy the wind, the colors sag
    As the clouds rolling off the hill
    Can’t tell where the roofs begin and end
    No more will I know my home again

    Hear the whispering in the rising wind
    Empty and so cold too dark for the birds to fly in
    They’re lined up on the wall
    As I’m walking by, they scattered and take off
    I watch them as they rise into the sun

    If only you believed you were the one
    If only you believed you were the one
    If only you believed you were the one

    Songwriters: Ryan Adams

    Broken Things lyrics © BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group

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Horoscope ♉: 06/05/2019


Horoscope ♉:
06/05/2019

After the emotional havoc you went through over the last few weeks, the period beginning today will be quite soothing. You can take advantage of these smoother, calmer waters to rediscover emotional harmony and improve the balance of your energy flow. Moreover, Taurus, if your physical health isn’t quite adequate, the weeks ahead should give you a chance to rest and recuperate.: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Today’s Holiday: Lanimer Day Festival


Today’s Holiday:
Lanimer Day Festival

The people of Lanark, Scotland, dedicate an entire week to inspecting and celebrating the boundary stones that enclose the territory gifted to them by King David I of Scotland in the 12th century. This event, known as the Lanimers, features public decorations, a parade of civic officials, marching bands, and a series of tableaux. The procession passes by each of the boundary stones—the days’ activities close with the town clerk’s pronouncement that the boundaries remain in good condition, and a 900-year-old bell rings in celebration. More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Today’s Birthday: Diego Velázquez (1599)


Today’s Birthday:
Diego Velázquez (1599)

The most celebrated painter of the Spanish school, Velázquez was one of the outstanding artists of the 17th century. His early works were mostly religious or genre scenes. After arriving in Madrid in 1623, he painted a portrait of King Philip IV that won him immediate success and an appointment as court painter. Notable among his portraits is his masterpiece, Las Meninas—The Maids of Honor. Why is there debate about who the true subject of the painting is? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

This Day in History: Joseph Bonaparte Named King of Spain (1808)


This Day in History:
Joseph Bonaparte Named King of Spain (1808)

The elder brother of Napoleon, Joseph Bonaparte served as king of Naples during Napoleon’s reign, abolishing feudalism and reorganizing the judicial, financial, and educational systems. He was named king of Spain in 1808, but his reforms there were less successful, and he abdicated in 1813 and returned to France. After Napoleon’s defeat at Waterloo, Joseph lived in the US and later in Italy. What creature from American folklore was Joseph said to have encountered while in the US? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Quote of the Day: Mark Twain


Quote of the Day:
Mark Twain

Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody. More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Article of the Day: The Color Wheel


Article of the Day:
The Color Wheel

A color wheel is an arrangement of hues around the circumference of a circle in the order in which they appear in the electromagnetic spectrum, with complementary colors placed opposite one another. A typical artists’ color wheel includes the primary colors blue, red, and yellow; secondary colors—green, orange, and violet—created by combining two primary colors; and tertiary colors, which combine the primary colors with adjacent secondary colors. What practical uses do color wheels have? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Idiom of the Day: be held in high regard


Idiom of the Day:
be held in high regard

To be regarded with a large amount of respect or admiration. Watch the video…
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Word of the Day: anteroom


Word of the Day:
anteroom

Definition: (noun) A large entrance or reception room or area.

Synonyms: foyer, lobby, vestibule, hall

Usage: The butler had me wait in the anteroom while he went to get the master of the house.: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

The hidden muscle causing your sciatica pain and 5 easy stretches for instant relief


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The hidden muscle causing your sciatica pain and 5 easy stretches for instant relief

The hidden muscle causing your sciatica pain and 5 easy stretches for instant relief

The Piriformis Symdrome (sciatic nerve pain)


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Vatican City, Jun 5, 2019 / 03:29 am (CNA).- Pope Francis Wednesday reflected upon his recent apostolic visit to Romania, where he beatified seven Greek-Catholic bishops martyred under Soviet occupation. The pope said June 5 that the beatified bishops were “witnesses to the freedom and mercy that comes from the Gospel.” “One of these new blesseds, Mgr. Iuliu Hossu, during his imprisonment wrote: ‘God sent us into this darkness of suffering to forgive and pray for the conversion of all,'” he said.


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‘Witnesses of freedom and mercy’ – Pope Francis remembers bishops martyred under Communism

Pope Francis in St. Peter's Square June 5, 2019. Credit: Daniel Ibanez/CNA.

Pope Francis in St. Peter’s Square June 5, 2019. Credit: Daniel Ibanez/CNA.

.- Pope Francis Wednesday reflected upon his recent apostolic visit to Romania, where he beatified seven Greek-Catholic bishops martyred under Soviet occupation.

The pope said June 5 that the beatified bishops were “witnesses to the freedom and mercy that comes from the Gospel.”

“One of these new blesseds, Mgr. Iuliu Hossu, during his imprisonment wrote: ‘God sent us into this darkness of suffering to forgive and pray for the conversion of all,'” he said.

“Thinking of the terrible tortures to which they were subjected, these words are a testimony of mercy,” Pope Francis reflected during his weekly audience in St. Peter’s Square.

Pope Francis declared the beatification of Blessed Bishops Iuliu Hossu, Valeriu Traian Frentiu, Vasile Aftenie, Ioan Suciu, Tito Livio Chinezu, Ioan Balan, and Alexandru Rusu during a Greek-Catholic Divine Liturgy in the “Field of Freedom” in Blaj, Romania June 2.

Each of the seven bishops died after being held in prisons or labor camps in Romania between 1950 and 1970 under Communist leader Nicolae Ceausescu’s regime, which harshly persecuted and imprisoned Romanian Catholics in both the Greek and Latin rites.

“The Catholic community, both Greek and Latin, is alive and active,” Pope Francis said. “We have shown that unity does not take away legitimate diversity.”

Pope Francis celebrated Mass in both rites during his three-day visit to Romania with Masses in the Latin rite for the feast of Mary’s visitation in the Bucharest Cathedral and at Transylvania’s Marian pilgrimage shrine of Șumuleu-Ciuc, in addition to the Divine Liturgy in Blaj.

The pope also met with Patriarch Daniel and the Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church in Bucharest, a meeting which he said highlighted “the value and the need to walk together among Christians, on the level of faith and charity, and as citizens on the level of civil commitment.”

“The union among all Christians, although incomplete, is based on one Baptism and is sealed by the blood and suffering suffered together in the dark times of persecution, particularly in the last century under the atheistic regime,” Pope Francis said.

“May the Holy Spirit lead us to live ever more as children of God and brothers among us,” he said.

Pope Francis thanked God for his apostolic journey to Romania May 31 – June 2 and asked for the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary for the visit to “bear abundant fruit for Romania and for the Church.”

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