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It's a podcast about saints, from people who aren't. Take a trip through the liturgical calendar with comedian/theologian Anna Dominey and her saint obsessed friend/comedian Matthew Chadourne. Every other week this pair of non-believers will go through the life, death and after-life of that day’s obscure saint. In an attempt to understand what it means to be "good".
 
Saint Stephen’s is a beacon for the proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and for the building of community all the while focusing its sights continuously on the needs of those outside her open doors and windows. Saint Stephen’s looks forward to taking on the challenges of a new world with the fresh old message of Jesus Christ crucified and Jesus Christ resurrected. We hope you will join us in this call to mission to proclaim the Gospel, help those in need, and build a strong Christian ...
 
saint benedict’s table is a liturgical community in the Anglican tradition, deeply involved at the intersection of faith and culture. Along with posting our weekly Sunday sermons, we are creating new podcasts exploring themes and questions of interest both to the church and to the wider culture. Inspired by what Robert Webber called “the church’s ancient-future,” we draw deeply on the great liturgical, theological and spiritual traditions of our forebears as we explore new ground, new music, ...
 
Started as a small bible study group way back in 1982 that later grew into a charismatic congregation named Army of the Lord Christian Life Fellowship (ALCLF). We are called to serve the Lord. Each one of us has been gifted with talents, skills, and abilities that we use to serve in God’s vineyard.
 
Each week Meridian Magazine’s founders, Scot and Maurine Proctor, will be giving a 30-minute podcast on the “Come, Follow Me” curriculum for the week. This is so you can listen with your scriptures in hand, or while you are about life’s many other duties. If you want some thoughts about teaching your family or in Church lessons, this can be a place to turn. If you live alone, let us study with you.
 
Welcome to St Louis In Tune, where we size up current and historic events involving people, places, and things in areas such as the arts, crime, education, employment, faith, finance, food, history, housing, humor, justice, and sports. The interviews on our weekly podcast get down to brass tacks. We originate from and connect the Gateway City to our country's current cultural fabric and lives. The show is co-hosted by Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston.
 
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Outline: Introduction Divine Intervention Good or Bad God's Sovereign Shield Wrestling in the Courtroom Laban's Serpentine Tactics Twisted Questions Virtue Signaling Pride Blinding Psychologizing The Idolatrous Heart Jacob Responds The Woman, The Tyrant, The Idol The Righteous Shepherd Saves the Spotted Ewe Saint Athanasius Church Contra Mundum Swa…
 
Mark 9:38 John said to him, “Teacher, we saw someone casting out demons in your name, and we forbade him because he was not following us.” 39 But Jesus said, “Do not forbid him, for there is no one who will perform a miracle in My name, and be able soon afterward to speak evil of Me. 40 For whoever is not against us is for us. 41 If anyone gives yo…
 
He was born in Iconium during the reign of Aurelian, and knew St Thecla. He was arrested, tortured and condemned to death for his Christian faith. But before his execution was carried out, the cruel Emperor Aurelian died, and Chariton was freed. He travelled to Jerusalem and took up the ascetical life in the Palestinian wilderness. Monks gathered a…
 
On October 5, 2021, Katie Woltornist, a Basilica of Saint Mary parishioner, will give the next presentation (Praying the Sorrowful Mysteries with Sacred Art) in the Basilica’s Faith and Culture Series at the Lyceum Auditorium, starting at 7 p.m. In this podcast, she talks about why it is invaluable to pray using Sacred Art. Learn more here. Also ch…
 
A sermon by Jamie Howison from Sunday September 26, 2021, on James 5:13-20 and Mark 9:38-50. Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation. * * * This podcast is created at sai…
 
CONTENT: A State of Saint Seiya currently. State of the manga, distribution in the states, merch and more. Also, news and discussion on the new Saint Seiya live-action movie LINKS: Yoshiharu Ashino interview about Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac's future https://www.facebook.com/88079917191/posts/10159343046042192/…
 
26th Sunday in Ordinary Time Theme : “Living in Christ: Pursue God’s Purposes” September 19, 2021 – Homily by Fr. Jun Peñalosa First Reading: Esther 7: 1-6, 9-10 Second Reading: James 4: 11-12 Responsorial Psalm: 124: 1-8 Gospel Reading: Mark 9 : 38 -50 God has a purpose for your life, but you should not be a stumbling block to others because God a…
 
Anna and Matthew are back from vacation and ready to start season two with the enlightening tale of Saint Gregory the Illuminator. He was a guy who went from rock bottom (well, the bottom of a pit anyways) all the way to the top to become Armenia’s favourite saint. Plus, Matthew goes on a spiritual retreat and Anna preforms a sort-of lifesaving lau…
 
Kevin Tolley has worked for Seminaries and Institutes of Religion for over twenty years. He taught release-time seminary in Utah for ten years and has spent the remainder of his career teaching Institute in Southern California. He earned a BA degree from Brigham Young University in Near Eastern Studies with a minor in Hebrew, an MA degree from the …
 
September 27-October 3 The building of the Kirtland temple marked a pivotal moment in the history of the earth, a time yearned for for centuries, when this key part of the covenant would be restored to the earth. The Lord said, "I gave unto you a commandment, that you should build an house, in the which house I design to endow those whom I have cho…
 
Episode 91: A Smart Catholic Homeschooling Dad One of the positives of our unusual times is that a lot more working fathers are at home and contributing to the education of their children. And that is a beautiful thing. Today our guest is the very clever creator of SmartCatholics.com, homeschooling dad, Dominic de Souza! Find Dominic de Souza: http…
 
The Saints have been at opposite ends of the spectrum during the first two weeks of the season. Are they the world beaters that beat the Packers, the team that folded against the Panthers or something between? We break down all the latest with the Saints. Enjoy the show? Subscribe to NewOrleans.Football for more podcasts and exclusive analysis. Are…
 
In this episode of Latter Day Saints Dealing with Pornography in marriage, Danny and Lindsay Poelman share some of their past client's success stories. They celebrate the wins and accomplishments of those who have gone through their program. They also talk about 3 strategies to deal with negative thoughts and beliefs. They break down what thoughts …
 
Positives often have negatives. Allow me to explain. Positive: A woman had the hood of her car open. When I walked by she asked for a because the car didn’t start. I grabbed the jumper cables and a car. The woman was grateful to me because no one else offered to help her Negative: The... The post Negatives Have Positives appeared first on St. Cleme…
 
On September 11, 2001, Kimberly Rex lost her father, Vincent Litto who was a senior vice-president at Cantor Fitzgerald. He worked on the 104th floor of Tower 1. Kimberly recently had two opinion pieces published: "When people say 'Never Forget' 9/11, this is what I hear" for CNN, and "My father was killed on 9/11. I still struggle to understand ho…
 
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