The Ecological Niche and the Competitive Exclusion Principle

Welcome again today we begin on the Caribbean island of Tobago looking at hermit crabs these animals have very unusual lifestyles they seek out empty shells of snails and other animals as potential homes as the crab grows it needs to seek out larger shells apart from house hunting hermit crabs must escape predators seek… Read More »

Groupe PSA – 7 Mega Trends – Ecological Transition / Transition écologique – Light Version

First of all, I would like to thank you very warmly for being here. As you know, at PSA, we are now preparing our next long-term plan for the company. And of course, building the long-term plan for the company means understanding the trends of the society in which we operate. Among the seven big… Read More »

Faith In Christ As Basis For Authority In Ministry – Homily by Archbishop William Goh (22 Feb 2020)

Today when we celebrate the Chair of St Peter, the Apostle, what the Church is celebrating is the authority and power vested in the successor of St Peter, the Pope. And therefore it is important that when we celebrate this Feast, we are reminded that the Pope, the Holy Father, being the successor of St… Read More »

Catholics Protect Human Life and Dignity

(gentle music) – As Catholics, we witness to the life and innate human dignity of all people, those not yet born, victims of war and racism, persons with disabilities, migrates and refugees, families affected by poverty, those on death row, the elderly, and those nearing the end of their lives. We recognize the image of… Read More »

Sunday Catholic Mass from the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Savannah, Georgia

TODAY’S SUNDAY MASS WITH CATHOLIC EXTENSION COMES TO YOU FROM THE CATHEDRAL OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST IN THE MISSION DIOCESE OF SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. GOOD MORNING. I’M FATHER JACK WALL, THE PRESIDENT OF CATHOLIC EXTENSION. WE BUILD UP AND STRENGTHEN VIBRANT CATHOLIC FAITH COMMUNITIES IN AMERICA’S POOREST REGIONS WHERE FAITH IS STRONG, BUT RESOURCES ARE… Read More »

Rahm Emanuel – “The Nation City” and the Powers and Pitfalls of the Mayor’s Office | The Daily Show

Before we get into the book, we just watched a Democratic debate, um… which has gotten a lot more exciting than it has been in the past few debates. You’ve been involved in Democratic politics, specifically, for a very long time. How do you think the Democratic race is going? Uh, well, I think– here’s… Read More »

Seattle City Council Select Committee on Homelessness Strategies & Investments 2/26/20

>>>[INDISCERNIBLE] >>I WILL RESTART REALLY QUICK. I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN. SO GOOD AFTERNOON, EVERYBODY. IT IS 2:03 PM ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. MY NAME IS ANDREW LEWIS, I AM THE CHAIR OF THE COMMITTEE OF THE COMMITTEE ON HOMELESSNESS STRATEGIES AND INVESTMENT. THIS MEETING WILL COME TO ORDER. FIRST UP IS APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA.… Read More »

Catholics Love Their Neighbors

(gentle music) – As Catholics we seek to imitate Christ’s example of love in our families, neighborhoods, and around the world. – How we organize our society can allow individuals and families to thrive and participate or prevent them from doing so. We are called to protect the family, founded on marriage between a man… Read More »