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February 24th Roman Roadhouse - Shared screen with speaker view
USER
27:51
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Liam Panziera
55:37
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Chrome Book2
01:03:58
My sister, an Anglican at the time, worked at Victoria Hospital, London, in labour and delivery, starting in 1973. It was quite common, if newborns were thought to be near death, and the mother requested it (no matter the denomination) any nurse on duty would perform "an emergency baptism". -- properly performed.
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01:10:49
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USER
01:30:42
Thank you John, that was fascinating.
Marie Campagna
01:30:45
John, thanks so much for a fascinating presentation! It was very enlightening and very disconcerting. Thank you!
Diane Lago
01:31:14
Thank for an amazing presentation!! Very informative!! Bless you
Carlos Gallo
01:31:20
Have you interviewed catholics who discovered jewish ancestry as in the case of sephardic for Spanish citizenship?
Chris Baillargeon
01:31:45
Thank you again. A great presentation.
Gillian Federico
01:32:59
excellent survey of the treatment of the Jewish people. I continue to wonder why so few adult Catholics know about Nostra Aetate; do you notice a resistance among some clergy to acknowledge its existence? and how do we respond to people who insist that Jesus wasn't really a Jew?