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FLIGHT DELAY RULES - FLIGHT DELAY


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    flight
  • a formation of aircraft in flight

  • Shoot (wildfowl) in flight

  • an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"

  • (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace

  • shoot a bird in flight





    delay
  • Postpone or defer (an action)

  • Make (someone or something) late or slow

  • time during which some action is awaited; "instant replay caused too long a delay"; "he ordered a hold in the action"

  • Be late or slow; loiter

  • cause to be slowed down or delayed; "Traffic was delayed by the bad weather"; "she delayed the work that she didn't want to perform"

  • the act of delaying; inactivity resulting in something being put off until a later time





    rules
  • A code of practice and discipline for a religious order or community

  • (rule) a principle or condition that customarily governs behavior; "it was his rule to take a walk before breakfast"; "short haircuts were the regulation"

  • (rule) convention: something regarded as a normative example; "the convention of not naming the main character"; "violence is the rule not the exception"; "his formula for impressing visitors"

  • One of a set of explicit or understood regulations or principles governing conduct within a particular activity or sphere

  • A law or principle that operates within a particular sphere of knowledge, describing or prescribing what is possible or allowable

  • (rule) govern: exercise authority over; as of nations; "Who is governing the country now?"











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Consumer Channel: New rules for European travelers


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Passengers whose flights originate in, or travel to the European Union, and who experience long delays are now able to claim the same compensation as those whose flights are completely canceled, according to a ruling by the European Court of Justice, in what can only be described as a landmark case.

Passengers whose flights originate in, or travel to the European Union, and who experience long delays are now able to claim the same compensation as those whose flights are completely canceled, according to a ruling by the European Court of Justice, in what can only be described as a landmark case.










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from the Pope's catechetical address at the General Audience of January 12, 2011:




from the Pope's catechetical address at the General Audience of January 12, 2011:





Benedict XVI on Purgatory

Old news by now, but worth discussing.


From the Pope's catechetical address at the General Audience of January 12, 2011:




Catherine's thought on purgatory, for which she is particularly known, is condensed in the last two parts of the book mentioned at the beginning: "Treatise on Purgatory" and "Dialogues on the Soul and Body." It is important to observe that, in her mystical experience, Catherine never had specific revelations on purgatory or on souls that are being purified there.

However, in the writings inspired by our saint purgatory is a central element, and the way of describing it has original characteristics in relation to her era.

The first original feature refers to the "place" of the purification of souls. In her time [purgatory] was presented primarily with recourse to images connected to space:

There was thought of a certain space where purgatory would be found. For Catherine, instead, purgatory is not represented as an element of the landscape of the core of the earth; it is a fire that is not exterior but interior.

This is purgatory, an interior fire.

The saint speaks of the soul's journey of purification to full communion with God, based on her own experience of profound sorrow for the sins committed, in contrast to the infinite love of God (cf. Vita Mirabile, 171v).

We have heard about the moment of her conversion, when Catherine suddenly felt God's goodness, the infinite distance of her life from this goodness and a burning fire within her.

And this is the fire that purifies, it is the interior fire of purgatory.

Here also there is an original feature in relation to the thought of the era.

She does not begin, in fact, from the beyond to narrate the torments of purgatory -- as was usual at that time and perhaps also today -- and then indicate the path for purification or conversion.

Instead our saint begins from her own interior experience of her life on the path to eternity.

The soul, says Catherine, appears before God still bound to the desires and the sorrow that derive from sin, and this makes it impossible for it to enjoy the Beatific Vision of God.

Catherine affirms that God is so pure and holy that the soul with stains of sin cannot be in the presence of the Divine Majesty (cf. Vita Mirabile, 177r).

And we also realize how far we are, how full we are of so many things, so that we cannot see God.

The soul is conscious of the immense love and perfect justice of God and, in consequence, suffers for not having responded correctly and perfectly to that love, and that is why the love itself of God becomes a flame. Love itself purifies it from its dross of sin.


Theological and mystical sources typical of the era can be found in Catherine's work.

Particularly there is an image from Dionysius the Areopagite: that of the golden thread that unites the human heart with God himself. When God has purified man, he ties him with a very fine thread of gold, which is his love, and attracts him to himself with such strong affection that man remains as "overcome and conquered and altogether outside himself."

Thus the human heart is invaded by the love of God, which becomes the only guide, the sole motor of his existence (cf. Vita Mirabile, 246rv).

This situation of elevation to God and of abandonment to his will, expressed in the image of the thread, is used by Catherine to express the action of the divine light on souls in purgatory, light that purifies them and elevates them to the splendors of the shining rays of God (cf. Vita Mirabile, 179r).

Dear friends, the saints, in their experience of union with God, reach such profound "knowledge" of the divine mysteries, in which love and knowledge are fused, that they are of help to theologians themselves in their task of study, of "intelligentia fidei," of "intelligentia" of the mysteries of the faith, of real deepening in the mysteries, for example, of what purgatory is.

Anonymous said...

Did the pre-VII Church got anything right? - doddering fools!

What did we ever do before the enlightened ones came along to set the Church straight?

"Purgatory is a process not a place"...is there nothing, as our dearly beloved Pope St. Pius X wrote one hundred years ago, that the modernists cannot lay their hands on to change?

I have been waiting for someone to post this.

Guess it got pushed aside by the beatification and Assisi III news.

Delphina

17 January, 2011 18:35

Christopher J. Paulitz said...

I find it all very intersting what most Catholics believe, if anything at all, about Purgatory these days.

I've heard everything about how wonderful it is, about how only bad people go there and most of us are "saved,"

I've even heard that we're now living in Purgatory on Earth and next up is Heaven for sure.

We need more teaching like this from the Holy Father.

Well done.

17 January, 2











Early in the Morning....




Early in the Morning....





.....a hero was made. I saw this news story, and had to share it.

The following story appeared on Yahoo, and I simply copy/pasted to here:

The most important trips aren't about getting somewhere. They're about getting to someone. (via Elliott.org)

But in an age of mounting airline fees, reduced in-flight services, uncomfortable security pat-downs and multi-day delays caused by erupting volcanoes, it's easy to forget that.

Amid the cries of "I've already paid for my hotel!" and "You need to get me to Atlanta!" anger and inconvenience frequently blind us to the fact that travel is ultimately about people. We also forget that airline employees - bound by big company rules and regulations - get frustrated, too.

Enter Nancy, whose travel triumph, tempered by a great deal of sadness, has turned an unnamed Southwest Airlines pilot into an online hero.

Nancy reads a blog by Christopher Elliott, a consumer advocate and journalist, and wrote to him about her husband's recent ordeal traveling on flights from Los Angeles to Tucson to Denver. Their situation makes complaints about leg room look downright petty.

"Last night, my husband and I got the tragic news that our three-year-old grandson in Denver had been murdered by our daughter's live-in boyfriend," she wrote. "He is being taken off life support tonight at 9 o'clock and his parents have opted for organ donation, which will take place immediately. Over 25 people will receive his gift tonight and many lives will be saved."

So early in the morning, after what must have been a torturous night's sleep, Nancy and her husband arranged for him to fly from Los Angeles, where he was traveling for work, to Tuscon, where he would step off one plane and immediately onto another one headed to Denver. "The ticketing agent was holding back tears throughout the call," Nancy wrote. "I'm actually her step-mother and it's much more important for my husband to be there than for me to be there."

Mourning the loss of his child's child, and no doubt worrying about his grieving daughter, he was likely in no state to travel. Airport stress only compounded his despair. He arrived at LAX two hours before his scheduled flight time, but quickly realized that delays at baggage check and security would keep him from making the flight.

According to Nancy, he strled to hold back tears as he pleaded with TSA and Southwest Airlines staff to fast-track him through the lines that were moving like molasses. Even though missing his flight could mean missing a final chance to see his grandson, no one seemed to care.

Too much was at stake to simply roll over and cry. When he finally cleared security - several minutes after his flight's planned departure - he grabbed his computer bag, shoes and belt, and ran to his terminal wearing only his socks. The pilot and the gate agent were waiting for him.

"Are you Mark? We held the plane for you and we're so sorry about the loss of your grandson," the pilot reportedly said. "They can't go anywhere without me and I wasn't going anywhere without you. Now relax. We'll get you there. And again, I'm so sorry."

It's hard to underestimate the courage of the pilot's decision. The flight, which ultimately departed 12 minutes late, likely had hundreds of passengers rolling their eyes in contempt. And given that any delay has knock-on effects for passengers at the destination airport, his decision placed Southwest at risk of facing the wrath of travelers, and more than a few demands for compensation.

Elliott, who brought the story to the blogosphere's attention, approached Southwest about the story, half expecting the airline to be outraged by a pilot's refusal to push the on-time departure.

Instead, they told him they were "proud" of their pilot, a man who clearly understands that taking a child off life support has consequences that run deeper than a flight taking off late. As Nancy wrote: "My husband was able to take his first deep breath of the day." Hopefully, over time, his daughter can do the same.


This is exactly why I will continue to fly Southwest Airlines when I travel if they have a flight available to my destination.









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