Videos tagged with "bishop"
Festival of the Fellowship Amazon - Leticia Amazonas Colombia Southamerica [01:38]
Indigenous traditions are lived within the communities, but also recreate some of the most important holidays of the department. Of the two municipalities in the department emphasize the municipality of Puerto Nariño, which celebrate Easter and anniversary parties as April 1. Right there Indian Olympics are held in November, the Peasants Day in June, and the Festival of Dance, Carol and Murga, in December. To the municipality of Leticia highlight the Festival of the Fellowship Amazon, a place where boundaries fade and three countries share economic and customs, where diversity and similarity among Amazonian countries have a meeting from 15 to 20 July each year. During that time looking for the cultural, sports, institutional and economic cooperation among the nations that come together in Leticia Amazon: Colombia, Brazil and Peru. Five days of leisure, where art, ethnocultural, traditions, customs, experiences, experiences, female beauty, talent, sport and gastronomy are the main show. In recent nights, each country has available a day to show their folklore. This annual event confirms the unity of peoples, where borders do not count the hours of entertainment and joy. The FESTIVAL OF THE AMAZON FELLOWSHIP is an event unique in the region, which began in 1987 at the initiative of the personalities of the region at the time, which sought to promote, strengthen and preserve the bonds of unity and harmony relations of the countries of the Amazon basin formed by Brazil ...
Tags: Amazon Rainforest (Region), Colombia (Country), Festival (Quotation Subject), Live, Ecuador, Praise, Lord, Gospel, Pastor, Youth, Ministry, Holy, Ministries, Preaching, United, Fellowship, Community, Apostolic, Bishop, Chapel, Pentecostal, Concert, Choir,
Salome Trujillo talking on Independence Square, Quito Ecuador, filmed by Jonathan Poston [06:35]
Quito Ecuador Tour guide, Salome Trujillo on Quito's Independence Square, filmed by Jonathan Poston Quito Ecuador Tour guide, Salome Trujillo, talking on Quito's Independence Square or Plaza Grande : Presidential Palace, Arch bishop ( palace made for 538 people was donated to gov't which decided to use building as a commercial place ), Quito City Hall from the 1940s, Cathedral (the main church of the city Quito), Column of the Independence representing the heroes of August 10, 1809, which was the beginning of independence of Latin American countries from Spain. Ecuador got liberty from Spain on May 24, 1822 (led by two Venezuelans).. Venezuela, Colombia, and Ecuador were joined under the country name of Grand Colombia..Ecuador was part of that until the 1830s when Ecuador became its own country. The Column of Independence's symbols include the lion representing Spain with an arrow in the ribs indicating captivity. The cross on the column represents the introduction of the Catholic religion, but for the Indians it was used as a compass. The condor (almost extinct because people were killing them thinking they were eating their cows) is holding a broken chain which symbolizes liberty. On top is the Statue of Liberty, which is similar to the one in New York because it was made by the same person and was also a gift from France to Ecuador.
Tags: Quito Ecuador, Independence square, jonathan poston, salome trujillo
El Panecillo, Quito [00:21]
El Panecillo is a hill located in the middle west of the Quito - capital of Ecuador at an altitude of about 9895 ft (3016 m) above sea level. A monument to the Virgin Mary is located on top of El Panecillo and is visible from most of the city of Quito. In 1976, the Spanish artist Agustín de la Herrán Matorras was commissioned by the religious order of the Oblates to build a 134.5 ft (41 m)tall aluminum monument of a madonna, which was assembled on a high pedestal on the top of Panecillo. Made of approximately 7000 pieces of aluminum, the monument was inaugurated on March 28, 1976, by the 11th archbishop of Quito, Cardinal Pablo Muñoz Vega. The figure stands on top of a globe, standing on top of a chained snake , symbolizing her triumph over evil (classic madonna iconography). What is not so traditional, however, is her wings. The monument was inspired by the famous "Virgen de Quito" (Quito's Madonna), also known as "the dancer" sculpted by Bernardo de Legarda in 1734, which now decorates the main altar at the Church of St. Francisco. This madonna represents a turning point of the Quito School of Art (one of the most renowned of the Americas) because it shows a figure with great movement (practically dancing), which is in contrast to the traditional static madonnas produced during the 18th century.
Tags: El, Panecillo, Madonna, Virgin, Mary, Quito, Ecuador, Agustín, de, la, Herrán, Matorras