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Minnesota Catholic Conference (MCC) is the public policy voice of the Catholic Church in Minnesota. MCC supports the ministry of our state’s Catholic bishops by: Working with political and community leaders to shape legislation that serves human dignity and the common good. Educating Catholics and the public about the ethical and moral framework that should be applied to public policy choices. Mobilizing the Catholic community to make its voice heard in the public arena.
 
If you or a loved one are battling alcoholism or drug addiction, this podcast will give you inspiration and hope that there is a way out. Addiction isn't a life sentence. People recover everyday. It takes time and some hard work, but in the end it is worth it! Hosted by Tom Conrad, a recovering alcoholic and drug addict himself. Tom shares from his own experiences and the experiences of others to teach you the things that you can do TODAY to start living a sober and free lifestyle!
 
Loam Listen is an expression of our belief at Loam that creative community can be a catalyst for resilience and reimagination in the heart of climate chaos. As the systems surrounding us collapse, it feels especially vital to nurture new ways of being through creating spaces for radical artists, activists, educators, and entrepreneurs in our community to share their stories on their terms. How can we continue to grow our capacity to be in right relationship with the Earth and with each other ...
 
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“At Rock I’m getting to talk to people and come to an understanding of what each of the twelve steps means.” -Darell Today, Ben and I are chatting with Darell, who served 13 years in the United States Air Force as an EOD. We talk about his challenges post-service in the military and his progression of alcoholism through childhood, the military, and…
 
In this 4th of July Edition of the podcast, we talk to one of our show partners and CEO of DM Graphics Darell Myree. This young entrepreneur is doing some BIG things in Graphic Arts, and we wanted to spend sometime highlighting some of them with our listeners. In addition to have his own Graphic Design Business where he specializes in everything fr…
 
In today’s episode we’re talking about pro-life apologetics. How you can start to have real dialogue with people who believe women should have a right to abortion. In our mailbag segment, we answer a question about an upcoming supreme court case that could provide protections against abortion to the unborn as early as 15-weeks gestation.And of cour…
 
This week's episode is truly fiyah!!! We talk with CHH Artist & Rap Mogul of Godchaserz Entertainment - Brinson. He has been rapping for over twenty years now, with two decades worth of music and lightening up stages across the country. His music has been heard on ESPN, BET, NPR, TBN and more. In addition, to our interview, he also shares two singl…
 
In today’s episode we’re talking about new medical technologies, such as gene editing, and the ability technology gives us to mold our bodies at will. We discuss the principles needed for discerning the use of such technologies.In our mailbag segment we answer a question about peacetime states of emergency and the role of government.And of course, …
 
In today’s episode we’re talking about the rise in people thinking of themselves not in terms of our physical being but instead placing primary importance on their interior being. What impacts does it have on society if one’s thoughts and feelings define one’s humanity and can the Christians bring a more stable understanding?In our mailbag segment …
 
This week's podcast is truly special. In this week's edition of the Thinking Out Loud Radi Show, we reconnect with a good friend, Award Winning Hip / Soul Recording Artist, Speaker, & U.S. Music Ambassador - Mahogany Jones. She is literally one of the dopest artist that we've set down to interview on the podcast, and what is even more interesting t…
 
This week's episode features the testimony of "Smiling Sam" Burts, a man who was sentenced to life in prison for his involvement in the murder of his brother-in-law. Life in prison was the senetenced handed down, but due to a series of events including a Greater Grace Temple Prison Ministry Service led by Bishop David L. Ellis, who spoke into Sam's…
 
In today’s episode we’re talking about the correct way to correct a bishop. Social media has enabled people to openly and widely air their grievances about Church hierarchy, but did you know that Canon Law actually gives us the principles of how to correct our Church leaders?In our mailbag segment, we answer a question about Church teaching and wha…
 
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This week's show we continue with our series of hot topics we discuss including the Derek Chauvin verdict of 22 1/2yrs for the murder of George Floyd. Do you think the sentence was fair, or should he have gotten more time? Most people believe he should have gotten between 25-30yrs. He may be elighble for parole in 15yrs, believe or not. We talk abo…
 
With Earth in Color, sustainability scientist and designer Darel Scott is reclaiming the relationship between Blackness and Greeness through vibrant, community-oriented media. In the face of a mainstream environmental movement rooted in the erasure of the lived experiences of Black folx, Earth in Color is a call to reimagine, reclaim, and regenerat…
 
“I’ve built routines here at Rock Recovery Center that I still have today.” -JP Today, Ben and I are chatting with JP Burton, an alumnus of Rock Recovery Center. We speak about essential life skill development that accompanies the treatment process and the road to recovery. Listen to our conversation about prayer, meditation, and positive lifestyle…
 
In this week's edition of the podcast, we discuss a wide-range of topics, starting with the sexual abuse scandal brewing at the University of Michigan involving deceased Dr Robert Anderson and iconic footbal coach Bo Shembechler. We discuss this scandal to highlight the Michigan bias that seems to be permeating over Ann Arbor. Supporters of the pro…
 
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In today’s episode we’re talking about bioethics in public policy and what should be considered when it comes to policies impacting the human body.In our mailbag segment we answer a question about special legislative sessions and why they seem to be so commonplace.And of course, we want to leave you with some practical tips on how you can start to …
 
“I’ve had family members that have died from addiction, but I never thought that I would have an addiction.” -Tommy Today, Ben and I are chatting with Tommy, who became an addict after taking narcotic drugs for pain relief after a motorcycle accident. Since he has addiction in his family, Tommy wasn’t a stranger to the effects of drugs and alcohol …
 
During an era when our bodily autonomy is under increasing threat, doulas — for birth, for death, for abortion, and more — are essential to supporting our collective capacity to meet change. In this vital episode, host Amirio Freeman talks with abortion doula Michelle Loo about their experiences with full-spectrum carework. Through situating the wo…
 
We are back this week with a brand new edition of the podcast featuring Senior News Director of the Detroit Free Press, James Hill. Mr. Hill has an impressive resume of credentials spanning more than three decades. He started as a copy boy at The Detroit News -- back in 1986. Over the years, James also has worked at the New York Times, Newsweek mag…
 
In today’s episode we’re talking about America in crisis and how focusing on truth, beauty, and goodness can help revitalize our country.In our mailbag segment we answer a question about the relationship between our government leaders and Church leaders.And of course, we want to leave you with some practical tips on how you can start to put your fa…
 
In today’s episode, we’re talking about thinking for yourself and what a lack of critical thinking says about the current state and future of American politics.In our mailbag segment, we answer a question about meeting the needs of parents who want more opportunities to choose the right school for their child’s needs.And of course, we want to leave…
 
“My mom was my biggest enabler and as soon as she took her foot off the gas pedal my life came crumbling down around me. That’s where the biggest change and growth came from.” -Noah Today, Ben and I are chatting with Noah, who was 20 when he received his first DUI. His parents kicked him out of the house after this event. Forced to attend AA, his g…
 
This week's edition of the podcast is very special, because we have ntoed Author & Scholar Breena Clarke on the show discussing her latest book enttield, "Chicken Soup For The Soul-I'm Speakintg Now, Black Women Tell 101 Stories of Love, Courage & Hope." Ths is the recent offering from this iconic brand Chicken Soup For the Soul Entertainment that …
 
In today’s episode we’re talking about our roots – the places we come from – and why so many people end up needing to uproot themselves to pursue education or careers. Could changes to public policy help enliven communities facing “brain drain”? In our mailbag segment we answer a question about advocacy efforts and policy priorities now that our re…
 
“Alcoholics Anonymous didn’t just save my life, it taught me how to live a life worthy of having been spared and changed me from the inside out.” -Eric Sheets Today, Ben and I are chatting to Eric Sheets, who is sharing his story of recovery and how he has taken his experience to give back and help other addicts become sober again. Eric’s Backgroun…
 
This weeik's edition of the podcast, we welcome the music and the ministtry of CHH Artist & Pastor NO FLESH. AKA Pasor Felix Motem, this Man of God, is sharing with us his powerful testimony of how God changed his life as well as how he's been using his gift as a Christian Hip Hop Aetist to change the lives within his own local church as a Pastor, …
 
In today’s episode we’re talking about elites and the challenges that their ideologies pose for proponents of marriage and the family.In our mailbag segment we answer a question about building relationships with Members of Congress without ever going to D.C.And of course, we want to leave you with some practical tips on how you can start to put you…
 
“I’m able to get high on life with sobriety.” -Faith Penda Today, Ben and I are chatting to Fatih Penda, a long-term addict who has recovered and is now leading a drug and alcohol-free life. Leading to building a recovery center, Fatih is now leading other adults into recovery and positive life. Fatih’s Background with Drugs and Alcohol Born in Sal…
 
As we explore (and expand) our understanding of matriarchy at Loam this year, this conversation with activist, healer, and creator extraordinaire Twiggy Pucci Garçon offers insight into how the Ballroom community redefines and reimagines nurturing relationship through creating unique spaces of care, support, and expression. From reflecting on queer…
 
This week's episode of the Thinking Out Loud Radio Show, we bring the conclusion of this insghtful and informative discussion of the topic of reparations, with Author & Pastor Demeris Johnson, and Author & Attorney Nkechi Taifa. In this week's edition, we talk about recent comments that were made by Senator Tim Scott indicating that "...America isn…
 
In today’s episode we’re talking about the Church and the State and what history can teach us about how the Church can engage with liberal democracy. We're speaking with Dr. Andrew Jones of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology and author of "Before Church and State" and "The Two Cities: A history of Christian Politics." See below for links to …
 
Today I will talk about the process and path of a person moving from being a "normie" to using drugs and alcohol and becoming an addict. In this episode, I talk with Brad Jensen, the founder of Key Nutrition, and is in recovery. He comes to us today to talk about how fitness and health have positively impacted his sobriety. Brad also talks about hi…
 
The next two weeks are going to be tremendously powerful, because we are carving out time to discuss a topic that i'm sure has been on the minds of many African Americans for a long time now, and that is reparations. Reparations is and has always been a hot topic in the Black Community, and we have two very important people to unpack this weighty t…
 
In today’s episode, we’re talking about the role of Catholic higher education in providing thought leadership that is confident, comprehensive, steady, and humble and what impact this can have on the public square.In our mailbag segment we answer a question from a new listener who is eager to learn more about advocating for life and dignity.And of …
 
“I wanted to take something hard that I had to go through that was painful and help another human being to get through without struggling as hard as I did.” -Maya Today, Ben and I are chatting to Maya who is a full-time employee at Rock Recovery Center. She is here to talk about her past history and how she became a professional in the substance ab…
 
This week's episode is uplifting, inspirational and indeed celebratory. We welcome the music and the ministry of Christian Soul Artist Sheila Moore-Piper, who is a veteran in Gospel Music, singing all of her life and also opening doors for new and upcoming artists to share their gift has well. In addition, to being a Christian Soul Artist, she is a…
 
In today’s episode we’re talking about the landscape of school choice legislation across our country and how COVID has made that need more clear.In our mailbag segment we answer a question about how Catholic education is being supported in Minnesota. In our bricklayer segment, we have an opportunity to be a public witness to the faith and pray for …
 
Tom and Benjamin B. are joined by Keith. Keith is a rockstar when he plays the guitar. He is also here to talk about why it's so important to have structure within sober living. There are some places that don't have any structure, but a guy like Keith could whip them into shape really fast. Keith is a behavioral health tech. He has also been a hous…
 
This week's episode of the podcast is going to be truly special. We are caling it a "Celebration of Black Cinema," and we have with us my good friend, gifted and talented actress Keiona Evans. This is Keiona's second time on the show, and we decided to make it really special. In the spirit of last night's Oscar's and all of the amazing actors, and …
 
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