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The Roman Catholic Diocese of St. Petersburg was established on June 17, 1968. Situated on Florida's west coast, along the Gulf of Mexico, the diocese covers 3,177 square miles in five counties: Pinellas, Hillsborough, Pasco, Hernando, and Citrus. The principal cities of the diocese are St. Petersburg, Tampa, and Clearwater. The diocese serves a total population of approximately 2,900,000, of whom over 425,000 are Catholic.
 
Hosted by the Diocese of Arlington, “Searching For More” features interviews and discussions about topics ranging from culture, morality, sexuality, Church history, stories of those who have overcome adversity, the moral implications of public policy, and more. In addition to interviews, some podcasts will emanate from talks, speeches, homilies, and lectures given throughout the Diocese. Have an idea for a topic or guest for the podcast? Please email your idea to info@arlingtondiocese.org.
 
Pioneering Plus is the new podcast series for Bath and Wells where we share conversations with people throughout the diocese, exploring the places where God already is, and the church may not yet be. There will be conversation about what it means to be pioneering, and how God is leading us all in new and exciting directions.
 
Come & See Inspirations (C&SI) is a podcasting team based out of Ardagh in West Limerick, Ireland.Tel: +353 (0)87 6088667 Email: comeandseeinspirations@gmail.com Originally starting out based around our flagship weekly radio programme SacredSpace102fm (SS102fm) [which is broadcast on community radio station West Limerick102fm]; the C&SI team aims to work on various podcasts which contribute to the New Evangelisation and spread hope and faith online and on air. This page hosts C&SI's podcasts ...
 
Feeling like you have to pretend you have faith and relationships all figured out? You are not alone! Check in with Danielle and Miranda and some of their favorite people -- regular, young Catholics just like you. We've all got issues; let's talk about them. Thank you for subscribing and for telling your family and friends!
 
“I recognize the importance of communications and evangelization, the use of all tools possible to get out the Good News.” —Bishop Burbidge In his threefold role of teaching, sanctifying and governing, Bishop Burbidge is committed to articulating the Good News through all available media. He posts a daily meditation on Twitter (@BishopBurbidge), many of his homilies are available on YouTube, and he enjoys giving video reflections for important events, key Church campaigns, and significant li ...
 
Parenting Smarts! We need them, and sometimes we feel them. Our host, MaryRuth Hackett, is a mom of four with a doctorate in educational psychology, specializing in child development. Parenting Smarts blends together the science of child development and the realities of family life. Thanks for listening! Be sure to subscribe, download, and share with the people you know who could use some Parenting Smarts!
 
Hosted by Jeanne Wells, Straight Talk brings topics of concern to the forefront, directing questions to experts and theologians to help Catholics address issues that give them angst. Jeanne Wells is a regular contributor on Iowa Catholic Radio during the semi-annual Care-a-Thon, host of Read the Bible, and a guest-host for Jon Leonetti in the Morning. Her interest in issues of the day, willingness to ask the tough questions, and laid-back style help to reduce the biggest issues to palatable, ...
 
Minnesota Catholic Podcasts is a series of conversations which covers three areas of interest. The “Heart of Mercy” minute, is a series of podcasts with St. Cloud Bishop Donald Kettler. “Hands of Justice” is a series of podcasts featuring local speakers discussing social issues impacting Catholic culture today. And “Voices of Hope” features guests from across the globe to our own backyard, who bring with them stories of hope, inspiration and wisdom. This show is made possible through the Bis ...
 
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A Welcoming Church When you arrive at church, and walk to the entrance, what do you notice? Are there people to greet you and welcome you? Do they have a friendly smile, offer a nod or handshake acknowledging you? Hopefully, the answer is “yes.” You’ve noticed that restaurants have people there to welcome you at the door, take you to your seat and …
 
Your #2minutes2virtue​​​​​​​​​​ Challenge: Remember these three things: the love of Jesus was all-embracing, sacrificial and merciful. Then, examine your life and see which areas you need to improve, and ask God for the grace to do so.Get the 2-minute video reflection straight to your inbox every week by subscribing here: https://arlingtondiocese.o…
 
This episode is brought to you by the Savannah Economic Development Authority Bishop Stephen Parkes addresses his faith journey, the 'blight' of the priest sexual abuse scandal on the Catholic church on this week's episode. Podcast listeners: Get digital SMN subscription by clicking here for a special offer Make sure to follow The Commute podcast f…
 
It is always a pleasure to have new friends join us in the studio, high atop the Tower of Hope on the campus of Christ Cathedral. The topic on the table today is all about some wonderful, Godly servants who reside at St. Bonaventure Catholic School in Huntington Beach. They are known as ‘The Presentation Sisters.’ On this podcast, host Rick Howick …
 
On this podcast, host Rick Howick welcomes two individuals who have amazing stories to share when it comes to the pandemic. Internationally renowned artist Morcos Lutyens shares the story behind the ‘Rose River Memorial’ display at Christ Cathedral. Also joining us is Julie Diep, the founder and director of the O.C. Autism Foundation. Listen and SH…
 
The Church speaks in so many ways. You'll hear from many deacons, priests, and consecrated religious that the Church, through the Body of Christ, was bold in speaking to and encouraging them, told them the goodness they saw in them, and planted the thought of a vocation in their hearts. Meet Deacon Dan Galla and learn how the Church has spoken in h…
 
Sitting, Standing and Kneeling Imagine what visitors to the Catholic Church must think when they attend Mass for the first time. They probably notice there are times when we sit, stand, and kneel. The most reverent part is during the Liturgy of the Eucharist, when we kneel in awe at Jesus’s presence in the Eucharist. After receiving Christ in the E…
 
The Entrance Hymn All Masses begin with an entrance hymn or a chant, which sets the tone and spirit of the celebration that is about to take place. It is sometimes known as the “gathering hymn,” because we gather as a community by first lifting up our voices in song to the Lord. The entrance hymn can be upbeat, or it might be more mediative. Either…
 
Candles: The Light of Christ Catholic worship at Mass brings the senses to life. We experience sights, sounds, smells, tastes, and touch. When we’re in the right frame of mind for worship, our senses help the liturgy come to life. Did you ever wonder why we have candles on the altar and in other areas of the church? In the Gospel of John, we read t…
 
Dress for Worship Fashion styles come and go, and many people use clothing to make a statement. Some workplaces require jackets and ties, while others wear uniforms based on their job. When you go to the beach, you wear fashionable beach attire. For a ball game, it would be appropriate to dress in your favorite team jersey. But what about when you …
 
Entering God’s Presence When we enter the church for Mass, we are there to worship the Lord. Since you are entering into the presence of God, it is appropriate to kneel as you enter into prayer, asking the Lord to open your heart and mind to the words you will hear so that you might truly experience the presence of Christ in the Holy Scriptures and…
 
Families Are Welcome Saturday evenings and Sundays are traditionally the times for worship for Catholic Christians around the world. We read in Exodus chapter 20: “Remember the Sabbath and keep it holy”. For some of us, especially those with families, we might find it difficult to get the kids dressed and fed, get ourselves ready and get out the do…
 
Holy Water As you enter a church for Mass, you will probably encounter a font or bowl near the door. Most of the time it contains holy water, which has been blessed by a priest or deacon. It is there to remind us of our baptism, the first Sacrament of the Church, where we became children of God and members of the Church. This holy water also remind…
 
Prayer Before Mass The celebration of Mass is a joyful time for Catholics. It is an obligation, but also a cherished opportunity to be in the presence of our Savior in the Eucharist. After arriving at church, it’s always nice to smile and acknowledge our friends and neighbors. Then, if possible, spend time in silence with our Lord before the start …
 
Receiving the Lord’s Forgiveness At the beginning of every Mass, the priest invites us to recall our sins and enter into a prayerful reflection of those sins, trusting that God is always ready to forgive. We confess to one another as a congregation that we have sinned and ask those in the congregation, as well as Mary and all the saints, to pray fo…
 
Reverence for the Lord When meeting someone for the first time, we generally smile, shake hands, or give a polite nod as a sign of respect and greeting. How do we greet Jesus when we arrive at church or approach the altar? Before we find a place to sit in church, we typically bow in reverence to the altar. The same reverence is shown at the end of …
 
Sign of the Cross Catholic worship involves using motions or gestures so that we can express our love for the Lord with our whole selves, mind, spirit and body. One gesture is making the Sign of the Cross when entering the church and at the beginning and end of prayers. This sign has been used since the early years of the Church. We believe that Go…
 
On this episode, Father John O’Connor, pastor of St. Francis of Assisi parish in Triangle, Va., talks about what it means to be Franciscan and his experience working with some of New York’s real estate elite to build a 63 story skyscraper in Manhattan. Hear Father O’Connor talk about perseverance and hope through high-stakes ups and downs. This epi…
 
This is Bishop Michael Burbidge of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington. Throughout the Gospels, we often see that Jesus is approached by individuals who in faith ask him to heal them. One such person was cured after 38 years. What a powerful reminder! With the Lord’s grace and saving help, we can be healed, changed and transformed, even from the vice…
 
The SS102fm team is joined this week by Louise Quille who tells us her story about how she started off the Tir na nÓg Children's Village in Tanzania in 2006. We have our regular notices of the week and saints as well as our reflection on the Sunday gospel. Tir na nÓg Children's Village, Tanzania Louise Quill tells us how while she was volunteering …
 
The SS102fm team is joined this week by Louise Quille who tells us her story about how she started off the Tir na nÓg Children's Village in Tanzania in 2006. While she was volunteering in Tanzania in 2006 she could see a great need for a facility that would provide a family unit for the orphaned and abandoned children. Tír na nÓg was created to all…
 
Bishop William Joensen visits with Father Timothy Gallagher, about his newer book, “The Biblical Way of Praying the Mass.” Father Gallagher currently holds the St. Ignatius Chair for Spiritual Formation at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary in Denver. Father Gallagher is a frequent speaker on EWTN and author of eight books on Ignatian discernmen…
 
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