A Church bell going off for about 2 minutes. Starting at approximately 8:00 minute mark.
Not a traditional Bell Tower going off every hour or every 15 minutes to tell you what time it is, but two minutes of bell ringing. Two whole minutes.
The only time a Church Bell is rung for 1 or 2 minutes straight is for a Mass - usually a High Mass at a Latin Mass Chapel on a Sunday.
Maybe the New Mass folk ring their Church bells for 2 minutes as well, to tell you the New Mass is starting on a Sunday Morning.
But I doubt Ann would hang around a Church that offers a New Mass.
So I bet Ann is stalking a Latin Mass Site.
Maybe its a standard practice for Traditional Latin Mass Sites to ring the Church Bell for 2 minutes or so on a Sunday, and if so, Ann could be at any of a hundred Latin Mass Sites.
The Chapel I attend rings the bell for 1 or 2 minutes at the start of a High Mass on Sunday Mornings.
Here's the thing - Ann is making her podcast during the 2 minutes of bell ringing, which tells me that Ann is not attending the High Mass at the Latin Mass Site.
So Ann either:
Attended an earlier low Mass
Ann doesn't attend Mass at all.
What's the purpose in making a podcast in close proximity to a Catholic Church?
Maybe Ann needs to observe how Latin Mass Attending Traditionalists handle themselves while walking to a Latin Mass Chapel......