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Helping listeners find the right balance and priority when it comes to their faith life versus their sports life, interviews are done with guests who are Catholics in sports - current or former athletes, coaches, officials, clergy, administrators, and more, from the pro, amateur, and scholastic ranks. Whether you're an athlete or a fan, youth or adult, Catholic or not, this show will deliver content that speaks to you and provides opportunities for ongoing reflection for your daily life.
 
Join the clergy of Temple Sinai Atlanta as we dive into some of the greatest questions surrounding "Why?" Each month, we will release a podcast featuring the clergy in conversation around the question “Why?” Why God? Why Pray? Why Israel? Why a Jewish Family? Whether dropping the kids at school, running errands, heading to work, or meeting a friend, why not add some spiritual enrichment and meaning to your day.
 
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The Glass House

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The Glass House

Ben and Lynley Mandrell

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Pastors and their families live in a “glass house”—an environment where they are left vulnerable to the stress of ministry, the criticism of others, and feel the spotlight on their personal weaknesses. Lifeway's "The Glass House" is a space where ministry leaders will shed light on the challenges they often don't feel permission to talk about. Listeners who work in the trenches of church life will feel seen and gain tools to navigate ministry and life. Those who live outside this "glass hous ...
 
Church Society is a fellowship contending to reform and renew the Church of England in biblical faith. The podcast is a weekly discussion featuring news and issues of interest to clergy and lay people, especially in the Church of England. Our channel also includes lectures and talks from our conferences and other events.
 
We are offering the best from Temple Solel in Paradise Valley Arizona as our clergy team of Rabbi John Linder, Rabbi Debbie Stiel, and Cantorial Soloist Todd Herzog share their weekly insights from our Shabbat services and beyond. Temple Solel is a vibrant and engaged Reform community grounded in relationships and deeds, and elevated by Shabbat and Torah. We welcome all who seek a connection to Jewish life regardless of religious background, race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, abi ...
 
No genders (sex-divisionary term), no sexual orientations (biological term), no races, classes (social construct terms) no laity/clergy (spiritual-religious terms), no debtors/lenders (monetary based economic term), no citizens/elects (political term) no "sold-to-diers" soldiers/brass (military terms). Perhaps the greatest and oldest conspiracy of all involves ancient selfish spawned creators making “G(g)od/s” dividing for rule. Godvernments & Corpreligions are the real mind-stoppers. We are ...
 
This podcast looks at the connections between spirituality and resilience through the lens of the Biblical Psalms. It explores how the Psalms help people through difficult times – times of personal and collective trauma – through conversations about personal story, field research, and theological reflection from a variety of backgrounds and perspectives. Listeners might include clergy, seminarians, spiritual directors, hymnwriters, church musicians, mental health practitioners, anyone intere ...
 
The sermon podcast feed for Broad Street United Methodist Church in Statesville, North Carolina. Here you will find weekly sermons of encouragement, challenge, and hope. We are grounded in Scripture and the Wesleyan tradition, and we trust you will enjoy what you find here. Support this podcast ministry on our website.
 
Welcome to Rev'ing Up, the newest media ministry from Community Church of New York. This show is a container to explore the intersectionalities of life, ministry, and professional clergy formation from the perspective of three Unitarian-Universalist intern ministers. We are in community with you, our listeners. We invite you to co-create this space with us as we move through our first season. Contact us at podcast@ccny.org and mark your calendar for a live conversational event hosted by CCNY ...
 
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The Bible Bash Podcast

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The Bible Bash Podcast

Liam Hooper Ministries Beyond Welcome

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Ever wonder what happens when a trans Jewish theological activist and a cisgender Baptist hunger activist walk into a Bible Bashing podcast and talk about Biblical stories? Listen in each month as host, Liam Michael Hooper - a justice-seeking gender theorist, trans educator-advocate, and author - meets with (new) co-host, Don Durham - a hermit-ish farmer, podcaster, and transitional coach - share their thoughts about Biblical stories. After discussing a given text, Liam or Don will share a n ...
 
Always Relevant, Never Hearsay, Sometimes Argumentative. In each episode of Objections, Adam Klasfeld navigates listeners through the top legal stories of the week with experts in a straightforward, analytical and factual manner. Klasfeld is a senior investigative reporter and editor for Law&Crime. Adam has reported on every corner of the legal system for more than a decade, with datelines from federal courts, state courts, the United Nations, Guantánamo Bay, the Ecuadorean Amazon, and a cou ...
 
ROAR With Shari™ is a weekly show hosted by rape and incest survivor, Attorney Shari Karney. “Pain put me into hiding, purpose called me out,” says Karney. Shari offers up straight talk about fighting for justice for victims of sexual abuse. Trauma. Resilience. Healing. For child sexual abuse survivors and all victims of sexual assault. Each week Shari talks with inspiring guests and offers insight into the law, justice, victim stories, and life-changing transformations. It’s a podcast that ...
 
In a world that often feels disconnected and anxious, is there a way to find connection and greater meaning in life? The Kindness and Compassion Podcast is a podcast about helping people find emotional and spiritual intelligence for greater meaning and peace in their lives. Drawing from the science of psychology, psychotherapy, along with the voices of spirituality and religion, this podcast explores how people can, and have, transformed their lives by finding deeper meaning in knowing thems ...
 
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The UnEducated Podcast

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Young Advocates for Fair Education

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Join Yaffed as we continue to explore the impact of the lack of secular education provided in Hasidic and Ultra-Orthodox yeshivas. Each episode will feature a guest who will share their perspectives on this and other closely connected issues. Tune in to hear from Yeshiva graduates, politicians, Jewish communal professionals, clergy, and more!
 
Interfaith conversations deconstructing traditional religious beliefs. A former Orthodox Jew and a Spanish-raised Catholic join forces to fight spiritual violence. Our nuanced conversations with queer revolutionaries will give you the tools to tear apart binaries and live a meaningful life. Recent guests include Arlan Hamilton, Mary Lambert, Sushant Divgikar, Rev. Troy Perry, Ryan Cassata & Senator Weinberg.
 
A Closer Look™ with Sheila Liaugminas features notable experts, newsmakers, elected officials, scholars and clergy on a variety of current event topics including social and moral issues, politics, and medical bioethics. Sheila and her guests put the news of the day into sharp focus from a uniquely Catholic perspective.
 
Your Jewish Neighborhood is a weekly podcast from Temple Isaiah in Lafayette, California. Each week, your host, Michele Holtz, will introduce you to clergy, educators, and other leaders from Temple Isaiah who will explore issues and topics of general interest to affiliated and unaffiliated Jews and anyone interested in the Reform Jewish movement. We hope you'll feel welcome here!
 
For some people, the thought of organized religion is enough to make their stomach crawl. On this podcast we will explore the many different ways people encounter spirituality. We'll talk about our own journeys and how we come to accept that there is more to this world than just us. We will talk to clergy, artists and those who are leading the revolution towards a more unified view of the universe.
 
Temple Sholom is a Canadian Reform congregation that honours and sanctifies each and every person, integrating a deep sense of Jewish tradition with contemporary life. We are located in Vancouver, BC Canada. This podcast contains, sermons, classes, teaching and lectures from the Temple Sholom clergy and visiting scholars and educators.
 
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Priest Pulse

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Priest Pulse

Fr. Benjamin Gildas and Fr. Colin Chapman

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Priest Pulse takes a playful and prayerful look at ministry, news, culture, and politics through the lens of the Episcopal Church. Hosts Fr. Benjamin Gildas and Colin Chapman sit down with guests from around the Episcopal Church and mainline Protestantism for heart warming stories of faith, deep theological discussion, poking fun at culture and politics, and sometimes a silly game or two. Segments include Priest Pulse Roundtable, interviews with authors, theologians, and spiritual writers, g ...
 
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In the fourth century, clerics began to distinguish themselves from members of the laity by virtue of their augmented claims to holiness. Because clerical celibacy was key to this distinction, religious authorities of all stripes—patristic authors, popes, theologians, canonists, monastic founders, and commentators—became progressively sensitive to …
 
The Erotics of Grief: Emotions and the Construction of Privilege in the Medieval Mediterranean (Cornell UP, 2021) considers how emotions propagate power by exploring whose lives are grieved and what kinds of grief are valuable within and eroticized by medieval narratives. Megan Moore argues that grief is not only routinely eroticized in medieval li…
 
The past decade has been pivotal in the development of the European Union. The single currency has been tested to the limits by successive crises in the financial system, public-debt sustainability and public health. A migration crisis stress-tested the EU's free-travel area and its under-developed refugee and asylum policies. The Hungarian and Pol…
 
She has been playing soccer professionally, including with last year's Danish League Champions as well as with the Chicago Red Stars Reserves, who reached the 2019 national quarterfinals and the 2016 national semifinals after having been 2015 WPSL national champions. This all followed a collegiate career that saw her at Texas Christian University w…
 
"The truth of the Gospel as expressed by Paul is that God is already present and working and active in our lives. And the way that we act as if that's true, is by acknowledging our belonging and the belonging of those around us. We belong to each other. What's the most important piece in a puzzle? A lot of us have been doing puzzles during the pand…
 
The podcast crew welcomes special guest Tami Fire, our Assistant Children's Minister and music teacher extraordinaire! They explore this week's reading, 2 Timothy: 2: 1-13. As Paul writes this letter he is literally in chains and facing the end of his life. We are often bound by suffering and wonder how we can possibly serve God and the Gospel if w…
 
Today's constellation of readings remind us: 1) We can have an attitude of gratitude because the One who died and rose again brings new perspective to the worst of situations; 2) We inherit a tradition from Nehemiah, through the early Church, to us today, of the championing of Scripture and its story; 3) A vision for Christian life, where we must e…
 
Western ruins have long been understood as objects riddled with temporal contradictions, whether they appear in baroque poetry and drama, Romanticism’s nostalgic view of history, eighteenth-century paintings of classical subjects, or even recent photographic histories of the ruins of postindustrial Detroit. Decay and Afterlife: Form, Time, and the …
 
The Supreme Court has recently taken a number of troubling cases dealing with religion. FFRF's Legal Director Rebecca Markert joins us to talk about the Supreme Court oral arguments in a case about the city of Boston being forced to fly the Christian flag. Then we speak with atheist bible Professor Francesca Stavrakopoulou about her new book God: A…
 
In Kindred Spirits: Friendship and Resistance at the Edges of Modern Catholicism (University of Chicago Press, 2021), Brenna Moore takes us inside a global network of Catholic historians, theologians, poets, and activists who pushed against both the far-right surge in interwar Europe and the secularizing tendencies of the leftist movements active i…
 
Nicholas Canny is an Emeritus Professor at the National University of Ireland-Galway (NUIG). Since completing his PhD at the University of Pennsylvania he has pursued an influential publishing career spanning the early 1970s until today. He is the author or editor of 11 books and has written over 70 published papers. He was founding Director of the…
 
Although largely unknown in the West, the Russian novelist and political essayist Konstantin Nikolaevich Leontiev (1831-1891) has left a strong legacy in his homeland. He has often been compared to Friedrich Nietzsche, yet his writings predate those of his German counterpart by several decades. Also, unlike his German counterpart came to embrace a …
 
Alayne Kay Christian is the content and developmental editor for Blue Whale Press and an award-winning children's book author. We talked about her recent book, The Weed That Woke Christmas: The Mostly True Tale of the Toledo Christmas Weed and discussed the trials and tribulations of running a publishing house. Mel Rosenberg is a professor of micro…
 
She is in her fourth season as the head women's basketball coach at NCAA Division I St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights, New York, a Franciscan and Catholic college. She had previously spent four seasons as head coach at Binghamton University. Prior to that she'd spent eight years as the head coach at a Catholic-Dominican school, Caldwell Unive…
 
We all hoped 2022 would be better than 2021, right? Unfortunately, everything in 2022 is stupid. From the economy to crime and immigration, terrorism, and (stupidest of all) COVID-19. Thanks to this Week's Members Jackie from Federal Way, WA Infamous Johnny B Gail from CANON CITY, CO Edwin from Round Lake Beach, IL Morris from Dallas, TX Dan from L…
 
What does God's light look like when it shines in the darkness? The past few years have left much of society cynical, even willing to embrace the absurd. But, Jesus is God's sign of life in a world that has all but given up. Jesus invites us to worship, and absorb His light so that we too will shine in a darkened world. Jesus is, and we are, God's …
 
In this second of ten episodes on building healthy partnerships, Bill English, publisher of Bible and Business, discusses character and why character matters. He also goes over several essential personality traits which he has learned from experience that lead to healthy characters. This content is taken from chapter 4 on Partnerships in his book “…
 
Montse Alvarado sits down with the Apostolic Nuncio to the U.S., Archbishop Christophe Pierre about his complex work in multiple countries as an ambassador of Pope Francis. Rome Correspondent Colm Flynn shares the Holy Father’s message to ambassadors at the Vatican. Reporter Mark Irons tells us how the Church is helping victims of deadly tornados i…
 
At the end of the fourth century, as the power of Rome faded and Constantinople became the seat of empire, a new capital city was rising in the West. Here, in Ravenna on the coast of Italy, Arian Goths and Catholic Romans competed to produce an unrivaled concentration of buildings and astonishing mosaics. For three centuries, the city attracted sch…
 
Every day, hundreds of thousands of people move through the Gare du Nord train station in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, the largest train station in Europe. Julie Kleinman's Adventure Capital: Migration and the Making of an African Hub in Paris (University of California Press, 2019) delves into the contemporary life of the station, and especial…
 
At the end of the fourth century, as the power of Rome faded and Constantinople became the seat of empire, a new capital city was rising in the West. Here, in Ravenna on the coast of Italy, Arian Goths and Catholic Romans competed to produce an unrivaled concentration of buildings and astonishing mosaics. For three centuries, the city attracted sch…
 
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