Therefore every scribe who has been trained for the kingdom of heaven is like a householder who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old.
Thanks for this, Father. :)
I was delighted to see this clip, Father, as Fr. Douglas is a dear friend of ours and we were unable to attend due to the recent arrival of our twin sons. My parents managed, however, and I see that they made it into one of your photos below!
The URL has now changed to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJbqlYAxhkg
There seems to be something wrong with this video link. It's been deleted...pity.eve aka MLE :)
Fr. Finigan,When I clicked on the link, I got a message saying that the video is no longer available.
Thanks Chris & others - I've changed the embedded code to the new version. Works OK now.
Geek Hint: For anyone wishing to save youtube videos to your hard drive for later viewing www.youtubex.com (note "x") is most handy. 1st do a copy link location of the youtube video in question, [by right clicking on the title] then go over to the youtubex tab and paste it in the slot provided. Click download...you will see a black/blue bar do it's thing for a few seconds. Scroll down and you will see that the thumbnail plus the description will be pulled into the screen. Click download in the new box (it's a link) and then your windows will ask where you want to put the file. Personally, I save to desktop. IT will start downloading a file called "get_video" when this finishes you need to rename the file to: whateveryouwant2callit.flvThe ".flv" is very important, it will save in the flash format. You will need to view it with a flash player. A free one can be downloaded from http://keepvid.comThen when you open the file select the flash player to open with and click the "use this program to open this type of file extension" in the little check box.Now you can keep forever. If youtubex is getting heavy traffic, you can also use the keepvid page to do the same thing, it doesn't pull back the thumbnail and description, but you will have to scroll down to hit "download link"You also need to select "youtube" file after you past the location in.It can also get downloads from many other websites other than youtube.This process works well for anyone wanting to store the videos in case they "disappear" on in internet. AND it works well for people with dial-up. If you have dialup it takes about 3 minutes per megabyte. So do the math. Still worth it if it's something you really want.The whole process works best with a tabbed browser such as firefox or netscape.The free flashplayer gotten from the keepvid.com website may be doubled in size just put mouse in upper left hand corner and hit 2x.
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