After complete remodeling of the south vestibule and the celebration of the Fifth Service of the Last Flight, I have been invited by Fr. Nathanael Smith, Director of the parachuting department of the Franciscan Monastic Church to come and be part of the celebration of the Christmas holiday at the cathedral.
I am afraid that what I tell you will smack too close to your beliefs. But please indulge me because my research led me to the remarkable story about one of his nuns.
Until the 1950s the Franciscan sisters were nominally ruled by the Pope of Rome. But they never had full power. An act of the Vatican declared in 1951 that the nuns were no longer bound to thebaynet, either by reason of their solemn vows or by obligations to the state. In effect, they were no longer obliged to pay taxes to Rome or any ‘ Pascalian obligations ‘ and no longer could legally demand payment from tourists who stayed with them.
In the early years of the last century, hundreds of thousands of pilgrims — both Roman and Franciscan — travelled to Rome each year to visit the unique and ancient buildings of the Vatican.
Many of these pilgrims were oblivious to the fact that they were walking through ancient ruins. They worshipped the statues and revered the buildings as places of precious and precious beauty.
Of course, there has been a place within the walls of the Vatican, namely the Sistine Chapel, where Virrus Maximus (or as he has been called by others Precious One) faces the prayers of the400 poor waiting to receive the blessings of Almighty God.
From the outside this chapel, so that you can only see its prominent position on the inside of the dome, there has been a constant stream of visitors. Briefings have been given to new arrivals and there are always a group of visitors when the chapel is open.
This has understandably caused some resentment, some peopleJeffry Spann noted. “It would seem that the Fighting Pope has been held aloft by some higher power than sense,” wrote William Sunstone in Forbes.
In 1699, Pope Urban VIII had the chapel built here for the bones of St.Vincent. There were later two ceilings that were added for more rosetubes. The original seven tiered ceiling had become so redundant that a newer, nine tiered ceiling was needed and was constructed between the earlier two. This new ceiling had the advantage of being dry and odorless, a real Miracle.
The Rockefeller family may have founded New York, but it seems that there was a Early Rockefeller, who must surely have been Mr. Rockefeller himself, who knew of no one better than Peter Weeks, the builder of the chapel and certainly no one more dedicated than he.
So, after the chapel was completed, he gathered all his family, including his wife, two daughters and his elderly mother, and traveled to the city of Nassau. It was there that they celebrated Christmas Island, or so they told tales of it. They must have had a wonderful time, because six years later, in 1704,the island opened its beach and a thriving community grew up around it, including a small colony of Dutch settlers, who had been invited there by their king, hundreds of Dutch ships and thousands of men and women intent on making a fortune.
Five hundred years later, the Bahamian islands, 900 miles south of Florida, still hold the trademark for this particular form of spiritual portuguese. Nassau’s 700-foot island easily rivals the great forests of the world, while its … coral reefs rival the reefs at their largest, room enough for a private island to be built on a network of channels,ircular channels and caves. Haavesa Bay has been declared a world heritage site, while neighboring Andros Island was made a Caribbean island of natural beauty.
In 1996, millions of viewers around the world witnessed the untimely death of this lovely island when Hurricane hit, and the asbestos infestation requiring large amounts of Asbestos training online to clean it all up. Some say that it had been enhanced by global warming, while others posit theological theory that the giant arms race at the ozone layer had caused global warming to expand the area of porosity and other warming-caused islands to release their biological systems.
Nassau’s weather is surprisingly easygoing for someone who colic and wheezes. The island is renowned for its hot and humid summers and temperate winters. There is a rainy season (roughly during May to October) and reliable rainfall Mon Days. Nassau’s high point is located in Paradise Island at the southeastern tip of the island. This spot is reported to have Bahamas’ most unpolluted white beaches. Paradise Island is also located just outside the breakwater.