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If you could sit down with St. Thomas Aquinas over a pint of beer and ask him any one question, what would it be? Every episode of Pints With Aquinas revolves around a question, a question that St. Thomas addresses in his most famous work, The Summa Theologica. So get your geek on, pull up a bar stool, and grab a cold one. Here we go!
 
Luke 17:1-10 talks about the importance of being a worthless servant. This is the way we view our journey with Christ. We hope to offer discussions during this bi-weekly podcast on issues about mission, culture, and the Church. Episodes are typically recorded in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic where we serve as missionaries with the Church of the Nazarene.
 
Amplifying the Afro in Afro-Dominican. We on a journey of embracing our blackness as Dominicans - from a place of love and celebration. Please join us on this journey of self-discovery and embracing our blackness.Our podcast will be a platform to explore topics such as hair, Dominican history, Immigration, Colorism, Body Image, Dominican culture in the arts, and more. We will be asking questions like: What is a typical Dominican? Is there one? How can we do more with embracing our blackness? ...
 
Welcome to Godsplaining: a podcast featuring contemplative preachers and their contemporary age. Considering topics philosophical, theological, cultural, and beyond, Godsplaining presents ideas from the Church’s tradition and brings them to bear on our lives’ most urgent questions. Each week, join the Dominican friars as they muse on all things Catholic.
 
From the shores of the Dominican Republic to the savannas of Africa — we are a church committed to fulfilling the mandate to go into all the world "baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son, and the Holy Spirit" (Matt. 28:19, NAS). We are headquartered in York, S.C., under the leadership of Bishop Alfred Jackson. If you would like to donate to our ministry, please visit: https://www.topraise.org/give Thank you for your consideration and please enjoy the messages.
 
Alicia Sanchez, Dominican founder of the peer to peer volunteer platform making an impact, Shares empowering conversations about social goodness. Weekly insights and inspirations from people adding their magic to make this world a better place. Whether you want to learn more about #volunteertravel, being more socially conscious or you love a good conversation that breaks down barriers while evoking passion and emotion, this is the podcast for you.
 
A podcast by missionaries for missionaries, pastors, and laypeople giving them a front-row seat to mission work in the Dominican Republic. The purpose is to encourage believers in their walk of faith and give practical missional ways to reach their own community.
 
Religious ideologies often use the practice of shunning to silence their critics and to control their members through fear. This podcast sheds light on this practice through real life stories as told by the people that have lived through it. Learn what their lives were like and where they have ended up in life after shunning.
 
Saint Rose of Lima, T.O.S.D. (April 20, 1586 – August 24, 1617), was a Spanish colonist in Lima, Peru, who became known for both her life of severe asceticism and her care of the needy of the city through her own private efforts. A lay member of the Dominican Order, she was the first person born in the Americas to be canonized by the Catholic Church. (Summary from Wikipedia)
 
The Beyond the Village podcast goes behind the scenes of international nonprofit Children of the Nations (COTN). Hear from the perspective of the children in Sierra Leone, Malawi, Uganda, the Dominican Republic, and Haiti. Listen as staff, volunteers, and other partners share their joys and struggles. And explore how all of this is changing children's lives around the world.
 
This podcast will help you better understand, explain, defend, and faithfully live out the Christian worldview. Ryan holds a B.A. in Religion and Youth Leadership from Vanguard University, an M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Talbot School of Theology, and a certificate in science apologetics from the Reasons Institute. He spent four years as a missionary in the Dominican Republic and has been teaching junior high and high school since 2011. Since starting Coffeehouse Questions in 2015, he ...
 
The Buffalo Fitness Expo Podcast hosted by Romer "The Dominican Rock" Mendez is a podcast dedicated to all fitness enthusiast. Romer will be bringing everyone up on current topics and news in the fitness world, as well as interviewing the best of the best in the fitness industry. And keeping everyone up to the on the biggest fitness expo in New York State - The Buffalo Fitness Expo on September 10th, 2016 at the Buffalo Convention Center.
 
David Ortiz: The Big Papi Story captures the spirit of Boston, a city with no shortage of sports icons, and celebrates the rise of a man from the Dominican Republic who willed himself to greatness — and who, in the process, changed the culture of an entire city. In addition to Ortiz’s successful playing career, the series (Executive Produced by Emmy Award winner Zak Levitt and narrated by Michael Chiklis) will examine pivotal moments in his life off the field, from his difficult assimilation ...
 
From the crazy homeland of carnivals and legendary club events, Brazilian Artist Kerol Garcia has graced the club scene from Brazil to Ibiza and London. Performing in front of thousands of club goers with her unique sound of House, Tech House and commercial House, She has quickly become a very sort after DJ within the circuit. Leaving Brazil in 2006 to move to London, Kerol studied at the London School of Sound, fine-tuning her skills as a DJ up until 2008. Also recently completing her advan ...
 
History podcasts of Mexico, Latina, Latino, Hispanic, Chicana, Chicano, Mexicana, Mexicano, genealogy, mexico, mexican, mexicana, mexicano, mejico, mejicana, mejicano, hispano, hispanic, hispana, latino, latina, latin, america, espanol, espanola, spanish, indigenous, indian, indio, india, native, native american, chicano, chicana, mesoamerican, mesoamerica, raza, podcast, podcasting, nuestra, familia, or unida are welcome here. If it has to do with the history of America, California, Oregon, ...
 
Some hypnotic, dark and beautifully crafted beats for your ears! Sergio Miranda, a Mexico-born Belgium resident, found his passion for the world of vinyl, turntables and the DJ culture at the lawless warehouses and outdoor parties that took the streets of Mexico City in the late 80s. His love for those early house / acid / techno sounds and the dark electronic melodies from new wave and rock bands such as New Order, Depeche Mode and The Cure, meant he soon started working as a lighting techn ...
 
Aquinas College is a private, Catholic, four-year liberal arts college founded in 1961, owned and operated by the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia Congregation in Nashville, Tennessee. Offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in education and the arts and sciences, Aquinas College is a leader in the formation of educators who are sent forth to teach, preach, and witness to Truth and Charity for the salvation of souls and the transformation of culture. This podcast includes audio from vari ...
 
Health Is Hell is a shameless celebration of all people and topics "taboo." Ali Weiss (as seen on Vice) chats with comedians and sex workers, reality stars and cult escapees, influencers and her own brave listeners about their biggest mistakes and best life lessons. Reframing misfits and rebels as reputable self-help gurus, Ali aims to help redefine what’s considered “socially acceptable" by showing that the messy parts of humanity are often the most enlightening. Instagram: @aliweissworld / ...
 
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A mafia fugitive has been arrested in the Dominican Republic after inadvertently tipping off police with his culinary hobby. After seven years on the run, Marc Feren Claude Biart was tracked down through a YouTube cooking channel he started with his wife, Italian police said in a statement. The alleged gangster's "love for Italian cuisine” — and ta…
 
One of the biggest door openers for missionaries is learning to identify with the national in things that are important to them. Independence day is one example of a way that we as Americans can celebrate alongside other nationalities as they celebrate the independence of their own country. Listen as Jason and Gary talk about unique gospel opportun…
 
“In a way I felt like I was better than everyone else in the world, because I knew the truth. I was one of the few that was going to be saved at Armageddon, but at the same time I felt like I was worthless because no matter what I did it was never enough, and I could never truly compensate for being gay. That was never going to go away and I couldn…
 
Follow Jack on Dlive: www.dlive.tv/boer_rebel Follow Dingo on Dlive: www.dlive.tv/southerndingo Subscribe to Jack on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UConZISNd71LA3tMq4EULbOg Subscribe to Dingo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7c7t--4dqlVOf0_TPCRFFw Follow Jack on Twitter: https://twitter.com/boer_rebel Follow Dingo on Twitter:…
 
Follow Jack on Dlive: www.dlive.tv/boer_rebel Follow Dingo on Dlive: www.dlive.tv/southerndingo Subscribe to Jack on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UConZISNd71LA3tMq4EULbOg Subscribe to Dingo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7c7t--4dqlVOf0_TPCRFFw Follow Jack on Twitter: https://twitter.com/boer_rebel Follow Dingo on Twitter:…
 
Sunday Lectio 029: Divine Mercy Sunday 2021Join Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk, Fr. Gregory Pine, and Fr. Patrick Briscoe as they discuss the readings for Divine Mercy Sunday.Support the Podcast- Patreon- https://www.patreon.com/godsplaining?...​Shop our store- https://godsplaining.bigcartel.com​​​​​​Connect on Social Media- Follow us on Instagram- htt…
 
Terry J. Washington invites listeners to take a walk, and offers a meditation on presence. Terry J. Washington is in the Master of Divinity program at Drew University School of Theology and licensed minister at Bethany Baptist Church in Brooklyn under the Rev. Dr. Adolphus Clarence Lacey, Senior Pastor. Community Minister at Judson Memorial Church,…
 
Note: This is the first of back to back episodes on the Unification Church, often referred to as the Moonies, named after their leader Sun Myung Moon. Jen Kiaba is an award winning artist and an educator, and in this episode she educates us on this particular group. You will learn how the group worked, the unique terminology of the group, but above…
 
The Washington state Supreme Court on Thursday allowed the recall campaign against Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant to move forward, paving the way for signature-gathering and, potentially, an election this year that could oust Sawant from office. Recall petitioners now have 180 days to collect more than 10,000 signatures from residents of …
 
A growing homeless encampment is operating on the property of a Seattle School and it's left the Bitter Lake community outraged. Neighbors have been calling on Seattle Public Schools for months to remove the camp that they say has brought increasing problems to their neighborhood. It’s located directly behind Broadview-Thomson K-8 at 13052 Greenwoo…
 
Night after night, Portland's streets see more violence and police say they're overwhelmed. Three people died in three separate incidents overnight. Portland police say someone was shot at a convenience store in the 1900 block of North Lombard Street in the Kenton neighborhood around 4:30 a.m. Wednesday. The victim was taken to a hospital where he …
 
088 - Film and Wes AndersonJoin Fr. Gregory Pine and Fr. Bonaventure Chapman as they discuss Wes Anderson's filmography: what he can teach us about relationships and weirdness, as well as the enduring value of Hegel's dialectic.Support the Podcast- Patreon- https://www.patreon.com/godsplaining?...​Shop our store- https://godsplaining.bigcartel.com​…
 
In 2016, Carley Jackson was living in Louisiana when a natural disaster flooded half the state. With her apartment destroyed, she was forced to move into a hotel for a month. At that moment, Jackson decided to fast-track her dream of living in a tiny house, something she had been fantasizing about for a decade. She moved to Austin - a more tiny-hou…
 
Seattle’s housing market started the new year with a milestone: Housing prices here have been growing at the second-fastest rate in the nation for a full year. For the 12th month in a row, only Phoenix outpaced the Seattle area for year-over-year home price growth in January, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index released Tue…
 
We chat with actor, writer Nabil Vinas about being 1st generation. He talks about his upbringing, connecting to his roots and the language, and how to make a mean mangu! Please rate, subscribe, and review the show. It really makes a difference! We love to hear from you! email us at rocioandmercedes@gmail.com BE A PATREON SUPPORTER www.patreon.com/r…
 
A couple in Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood found a stranger living in their basement and eating their food. The suspect managed to stay hidden from the homeowners for nearly two days and even told police “that he could hear voices and footsteps coming from upstairs,” according to court documents. The couple only made the discovery after they heard…
 
Our regional government has been treating our problems solely as a homeless issue, but it is far greater. It also involves mental illness, substance abuse and crime. Each piece of the problem needs solutions. Housing, especially affordable rent, is a large component, but addiction, an emerging street subculture and law enforcement are factors we ha…
 
In this episode, Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P. joins me to answer questions from “Pints with Aquinas” patrons! Some of the topics we talk about include: What does “the gates of Hell shall not prevail against it” mean? How do you explain the Trinity to a non-believer? How can you deal with unwanted or intrusive thoughts? FREE E-book "You Can Underst…
 
"Anyone who holds to a traditional view of sexuality and marriage could come into conflict with the Equality Act should it pass. In light of this, how should Christians evaluate and respond to the Equality Act?" Neal Hardin joins the show to help us see why Christians are not on the wrong side of history.Neal Hardin is a writer and editor at Advoca…
 
You could call it art for art's sake -- plus $1,000 a month. San Francisco plans to start paying 130 local artists $1,000 a month starting in May through the fall in a pilot program announced on Thursday. It follows other so-called "universal basic income" efforts being launched in California amid the coronavirus pandemic. "From the first day the p…
 
Guestsplaining 005 - Karin Öberg, Professor of Astrochemistry at Harvard, on Science and FaithOn this episode of Guestsplaining, Fr. Gregory Pine and Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk are joined by Karin Öberg, a professor of astrochemistry at Harvard University, to talk about her conversion to the Church and her work as a scientist. Support the Podcast- …
 
A skating rink in Los Angeles set to be converted into a homeless shelter will bear the name of the late Alex Trebek, the famed host of "Jeopardy!" Trebek, who hosted the popular game show for more than three decades, made a donation to the California-based Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission back in November, when the organization was attempting to …
 
The remaining homeless people living along Echo Park Lake were to leave by 10:30 p.m. as police continued to clash with protesters for a second night Thursday over the clearing of the long-running encampment there. Los Angeles police declared an unlawful assembly shortly after 8 p.m. to begin clearing a crowd of about 250 protesters and media from …
 
California's Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that it is unconstitutional to keep people behind bars simply because they cannot afford bail. The unanimous decision signals that going forward, California judges will be required to assess a defendant's ability to pay bail when they set it. "What we hold is that where a financial condition is nonethele…
 
Seattle police arrested a suspected carjacker Thursday night, after he was alleged to have driven the stolen vehicle through a crowd of protesters. Roughly 100 people gathered around 6 p.m. Thursday at Cal Anderson Park, as part of a call to defund the Seattle Police Department and “invest in Black communities.” The group — which included Seattle c…
 
Sunday Lectio 028 - Easter Sunday 2021Join Fr. Patrick Briscoe, Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk, and Fr. Gregory Pine as they discuss the readings for Easter Sunday.Support the Podcast- Patreon- https://www.patreon.com/godsplaining?...​Shop our store- https://godsplaining.bigcartel.com​​​​​Connect on Social Media- Follow us on Instagram- https://www.ins…
 
Kimberley Gordy invites listeners to take a walk barefoot, and offers a meditation on interconnectedness. Kimberley Briana Gordy is the daughter of Eloise, granddaughter of Marigold Kee and Virgie Lee, and great-granddaughter of Lora Parker. From these foremothers, Kimberley inherited the spirit of an educator. Her professional roles in secondary a…
 
There has been no site of Tom since his disappearance last week, but the show must go on with the Caribbean Mega League and the eyes of the world (well, Wolverhampton at least!) are on Bob Branaghan as he joins Johnny Peckerwood and Greg Fiddlesworth to talk us through the final day of the season. Republican Rabbits are managerless, titleless and t…
 
In a public hearing Wednesday afternoon, Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler and city commissioners said they never intended to allow temporary shelters in city parks as a way to ease Portland homelessness, and pledged to remove language that might have done that. The promise follows a week of outcry directed at City Hall, including from former elected offi…
 
The global pandemic has hindered a lot of things. But it will never stop God from working. This week we’re sharing stories from all around the region about what God was able to do through His people during an event called “Mission without Limits”. This initiative sent missionaries to dozens of nearby communities to participate in a “glocal” movemen…
 
087 - Back to Virtue: FortitudeIn this episode, Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk and Fr. Patrick Briscoe close out the Back to Virtue series with a discussion of fortitude, the virtue that enables us to face death.Support the Podcast- Patreon- https://www.patreon.com/godsplaining?...​Shop our store- https://godsplaining.bigcartel.com​​​​​Connect on Socia…
 
pisode 1 “Cat fished” (Season 2 ) of the cause & effect podcast, we discuss society & culture the best way we know how & that is by interpreting current matters with past experiences. On this season we kick it off by discussing the digital era we are living in. How we went from yahoo,aol & hotmail messenger to MySpace, Facebook , instagram from dia…
 
It’s more than a year after the pandemic cut downtown tourism to ribbons and forced many of Seattle’s homeless shelters to empty out or relocate, but on Wednesday, the city will begin leaning into a strategy that brings those two problems together: putting homeless people up in hotels. Almost 140 people will be moving into the historic Executive Ho…
 
Seattle narcotics detectives executed a major drug bust in Bellevue on Tuesday, resulting in 410,000 counterfeit oxycodone pills, which actually contained fentanyl. The investigation also yielded 77 pounds of meth, 908 grams of heroin, 787 grams of cocaine, two handguns and nearly $250,000 in cash. Seattle Police Department (SPD) detectives and Hom…
 
A Seattle City Council committee on Tuesday did a double-take on cutting the budget of the Seattle Police Department by another $5.4 million. Instead of approving the spending reduction, the committee voted 3-2 to substitute a version that would allow police to spend some of that money on other SPD-related items the council approves of. But the com…
 
As more of America is vaccinated and returns to something resembling normal, the “Superstar Cities” of the 2010s are expected to lead the way. It’s evident around the country. For example, even if more people work from home than before 2020, young professionals are rushing to rent a Manhattan apartment at a (relative) bargain after the pandemic exo…
 
In this episode, I talk with Michael Jones who runs the YouTube channel “Inspiring Philosophy” about the Leibnizian Contingency Argument for God’s existence. If that sounds like a mouthful, don’t worry. We break it down and explain the whole thing. FREE E-book "You Can Understand Aquinas": https://pintswithaquinas.com/understanding-thomas SPONSORS …
 
Nothing encourages your faith more than hearing how God makes the impossible possible. Listen as Jason and Gary talk about how God miraculously provided the ministry property called "visionland." Gary shares in detail how God not only provided the funds but also how God orchestrated the right people in the right places to make Visionland a reality.…
 
In this episode I would like to introduce Jessica Morales, who is a Mind Strategistwho focuses on hypnotherapy, A not so common skill hypnotherapy uses hypnosis in aiding a certain individual to stay in a more happy, focused, and direct state of mind. Jessica Morales speaks on the use of EFT a type of counseling intervention. An ambitious individua…
 
Washington state Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler has issued an emergency rule prohibiting insurers from using credit scoring to set rates for personal property for three years after the current coronavirus pandemic is declared over. The rule comes after a bill that would have permanently banned the practice stalled in the Legislature after bei…
 
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