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Melody is back at the news desk and she's going to let you know what to read, watch and virtually attend in the coming weeks. Then Jesse gives us a preview of next week's episode featuring Dan Lagueux and Valerie Vanasse, the owners of New England's Tap House Grille.New England's Tap House Grille website - https://www.taphousenh.com/Learn more abou…
 
Historian Pierre Lavoie joins us this week to talk about a paper he wrote about musicians from Quebec that would tour Franco-America Cities in New England. You'll learn about how most promotors saw New England as a normal part of the tour and not a different territory to visit. Check out Cheshire Carr on Bandcamp - https://cheshirecarr.bandcamp.com…
 
Episode 56 - The Secular Age, Part 1: Understanding The Stages (feat. Andrew Root) As society and culture move away from religious traditions, how can we understand the various shifts and stages of secularism? Do we have a common definition or understanding? Dr. Andrew Root joins our conversation as we dive into this important topic and unpack what…
 
Melody is on vacation so Jesse is in charge of News and giving you a preview of next week's episode with Historian Pierre Lavoie. The bonus question is a fun one because Jesse found out Pierre is in the band Cheshire Carr. Stay till the end to hear their song "Remember When".Check out Cheshire Carr on Bandcamp - https://cheshirecarr.bandcamp.com/Fo…
 
This week's episode is a little different. Jesse sits down with Professor and Author Ernest Hebert. They'll discuss Ernie's series The Darby Chronicles and an essay he recently wrote titled "Sister George and What's in a Name". Then you'll get to hear Ernie read the essay. We can't thank him enough for joining us and reading this amazing essay. Don…
 
Episode 55 - Being Asian-Canadian Christian Witnesses (AFC Advanced Leadership Training) Over this past summer, we had the wonderful opportunity to collaborate with Ambassadors For Christ In Canada to lead a training event for their campus leaders online, specifically focusing on being Asian-Canadian witnesses in our culture today. We got to share …
 
Melody is back with events, blogs and a podcast to recommend to you. Then Jesse gives a quick preview of next week's special episode with Ernest Hebert.Don’t forget to check out our Patreon for extra bonus content and a way to support the show - https://www.patreon.com/fclpodcast You can get your own FCL Face Mask, check out our merch on Teespring …
 
This week's guest is researcher Mikael Dumont. Mikael has been writing a paper about the Social Role of Celebration in the French Rural Communities of North America, 18th–19th Centuries. No one loves parties more than us at the French-Canadian Legacy, so Jesse sits down with Mikael to find out how our ancestors liked to celebrate. We hope you enjoy…
 
Episode 54 - Listening To Nuance: Observing Faith & Church Experiences Through Ethnography (feat. Scott Wall) Much has been said about the patterns and social customs of Canadian Asian church and faith experiences, but do those descriptions line up with how people are actually living our lives? Are we jumping to conclusions and preemptively ringing…
 
Melody is here to let you know what events to attend and which blogs to read and then Mike gives a quick preview of next week's episode with Historian Mikael Dumont. We hope you enjoy the bonus question and tune in next week to learn all about parties in the 18th and 19th centuries. Don’t forget to check out our Patreon for extra bonus content and …
 
Today's guest is author and McGill Professor Jane Martin. Jane moved to Montreal to learn and later teach and she discusses that experience with Jesse. They'll also discuss some of the stories she's written and even a couple of audio documentaries she worked on. Church Closing Documentary - https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1726186472Don’t forget to c…
 
Episode 53 - Secularism & Tension: Asian Witness In French-Speaking Canada (feat. Rici Be) Almost one quarter of Canada's population resides in the province of Quebec and its distinct culture and history has shaped a unique landscape for ministry. Coming out of a difficult relationship with religion and having embraced secularism which extends all …
 
Melody is first up and tells us about some events and blogs to check out then Jesse gives a quick preview of next week's guest Professor and Writer Jane Martin. Enjoy the bonus question and tune in next week to hear the whole interview with Jane!Don’t forget to check out our Patreon for extra bonus content and a way to support the show - https://ww…
 
This week Jesse talks to Claire-Marie Brisson, host of The North American Francophone Podcast. We'll learn about the Franco-American scene in Detroit and what inspired Claire-Marie to start a podcast. Follow The North-American Francophone podcast on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/thefrancophone/Or follow the show on Twitter – https://twitter.c…
 
Melody is back to let us know about interesting blogs and events coming up then Jesse gives a preview of next week's episode with Claire-Marie Brisson, host of The North-American Francophone Podcast.Follow The North-American Francophone podcast on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/thefrancophone/Or follow the show on Twitter – https://twitter.com…
 
Episode 52 - The Next Generation Lead Pastor, Part 2: New Perspectives, Priorities & Postures (feat. Ho-Ming Tsui & George Mah) While the lead pastor of the future brings new vision and values, they also enter into a established rhythms and expectations. What does it look like to work toward change, while engaging in the slow process of investment …
 
This week we're join by Augusta native, Paul Lessard. Paul recently researched his genealogy and found an incredible story. He'll also talk about Franco life in Augusta and his membership in the Calumet Club. Read about Paul's interesting Revolutionary War story that he researched - http://francoamerican.bangordailynews.com/2019/10/11/franco-americ…
 
First up we have the Birthday Girl, Melody with the blogs and events you should keep an eye on. Then Jesse and Mike talk about a few milestones the podcast has reached. Then Jesse previews next week's guest Paul Lessard.Read about Paul's interesting Revolutionary War story that he researched - http://francoamerican.bangordailynews.com/2019/10/11/fr…
 
Episode 51 - The Next Generation Lead Pastor, Part 1: Building Trust & The Benefits/Challenges of Legacy (feat. Ho-Ming Tsui & George Mah) As newer generations of Asian Canadian pastors step into the roll of the lead/senior position, what will be the course that they chart for themselves and the church? What can someone expect as they follow the le…
 
This week we are joined by Rhea Côté Robbins. Rhea is the founder and executive director of The Franco-American Women's Institute. She is also the author of Wednesday's Child and Down the Plains.The Franco-American Women's Institute Website - http://www.fawi.net/Join The Franco-American Women's Institute Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/5…
 
Melody is back to let us know the blogs to read and virtual events to attend and then Jesse is here to give a preview of next week's guest Rhea Côté Robbins.The Franco-American Women's Institute Website - http://www.fawi.net/Join The Franco-American Women's Institute Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/54847839133/#_=_Follow Rhea Côté Robbin…
 
Episode 50 - Tales Of Race, Identity & Faith ...Illustrated (feat. Gene Luen Yang) Topics such as race & diversity, immigration, Eastern vs. Western ideologies, and spirituality have rarely been so prolifically expressed, seamlessly integrated, or so fun to read as in the imaginative and thoughtful works of Gene Luen Yang. The award-winning cartoon…
 
This week we're honored to have writer and performer Susan Poulin. She'll talk about the creation of Ida LeClair her alter ego. She'll also talk about she was able to cross something off her bucket list by performing a Ted Talk in Portsmouth, NH. We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we do!Susan's Ted Talk - https://youtu.be/s5fJ3z0WQ_8 Ida's W…
 
Melody let's us know what articles and virtual events are coming up. Then you'll hear about next week's guest Susan Poulin. You might have seen Susan's Ted Talk or you know her alter ego, Ida LeClair. Susan is an amazing writer and performer and we're honored to have her on the show next week!Susan's Ted Talk - https://youtu.be/s5fJ3z0WQ_8Ida's Web…
 
Episode 49 - The Spirit Is Moving & Leading: A Conversation on Pentecostalism (feat. Josh Samuel) How can we recognize the main role of the Holy Spirit in our lives, faith, and communities? Joined by our good friend, Rev. Dr. Josh Samuel from Masters College & Seminary, we explore one of the fastest growing global Christian movements of our generat…
 
This week Jesse talks to Renee McMaster, owner of HotMess Poutine Food Truck. Renee talks about how she grew up in Quebec, worked construction in Florida to running a food truck in New Hampshire. Follow Hot Mess Food Truck on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/goeycheeseFollow Hot Mess Food Truck on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/goeycheese…
 
Melody is back this week to let us know about what blogs and virtual events to check out. Then we have our bonus question with next week's guest Renee McMaster, owner of Hot Mess Poutine Food Truck. Hot Mess Food Truck is part of the Poutinefest Roadshow, you can learn more about that event on last week's episode!Follow Hot Mess Food Truck on Faceb…
 
This week we’re joined by the founder of NH PoutineFest, Tim Beaulieu. Tim joins us to talk about the PoutineFest Roadshow, a new event that will help us support the businesses that have helped with PoutineFest during this different time. Jesse will also talk to Tim about other projects he’s involved in.PoutineFest Roadshow - https://www.nhpoutinef…
 
Episode 48 - #ChurchToo Movement, Part 2: Cancel Culture, Dismembered Pastors, and Creating Safety (feat. Xenia Chan & Daisey Lin) TRIGGER WARNING: In these episodes, we discuss the subject matter of sexual and power abuse and assault. Please exercise discretion and wisdom in listening as the nature of the topic may trigger some individuals. In the…
 
This week Jesse talks to the Director of the Museum of Work & Culture Anne Conway. In 2017 Anne was inducted into the American-French Genealogical Society Hall of Fame. Jesse and Anne will talk about some of the exhibits that you’ll see when you visit them Museum. They’ll also discuss the Franco Route Project.The Museum is currently closed until fu…
 
Melody keeps you up to date on the latest blogs and virtual events to check out and Jesse introduces next week's guest, Anne Conway, Director of the Museum of Work & Culture.Learn more about The Museum of Work & Culture - https://www.rihs.org/locations/museum-of-work-culture/Don’t forget to check out our Patreon for extra bonus content and a way to…
 
Episode 47 - #ChurchToo Movement, Part 1: Leadership & Power Dynamics Between Men & Women (feat. Xenia Chan & Daisey Lin) TRIGGER WARNING: In these episodes, we discuss the subject matter of sexual and power abuse and assault. Please exercise discretion and wisdom in listening as the nature of the topic may trigger some individuals. Over the past s…
 
This week we are joined by the director of Réveil - Waking up French, Ben Levine. This documentary asks all the questions we've been asking while working on this podcast. Jesse talks to Ben about how Réveil came to be and what he learned while working on it. If you haven't seen this documentary we can't recommend it enough!Réveil - Waking up French…
 
Melody is back to let you know about all the Blog and Virtual Meetups happening and then Jesse returns to preview next week's episode with Filmmaker Ben Levine. Ben is the director of the brilliant Documentary Réveil – Waking up French. For the bonus question, Jesse gets to ask Ben something that's been on his mind since his Junior year of High Sch…
 
Episode 46 - Navigating Faith & Doubt: Freedom, Fear, and Charity (feat. Austin Fischer) When it comes to working out our convictions, there are definitely helpful and unhelpful approaches. What are the lenses in which we understand our theology? Is there grace and freedom to re-evaluated and change our traditions while still staying faithful? What…
 
This week’s guest Jeanne Douillard the author of I Remember...Je Me Souviens. She’s been researching about the French in New England for over 25 years. Jesse and Jeanne will talk about some of the research she's worked on and explore "The Silent Presence" and ways to be not so silent anymore.Artists and Places Jeanne talked about - https://fclpodca…
 
Melody is back to tell you about interesting blogs to check out and then Jesse comes on to talk about next week’s guest Jeanne Douillard the author of I Remember...Je Me Souviens. She’s been researching about the French in New England for over 25 years. In the bonus episode she talks about people and places that are telling the story so we will no …
 
Episode 45 - Roots, Adoption, & Forming New Expressions Of Worship (feat. John Baik) Styles of worship and liturgy have a long history and connection to cultures and influences. As we take a glimpse at the deeper roots that have shaped our modern expressions and the ties they have to our ethnic identities, we long for a new imagination that honours…
 
Query the Past blogger Patrick Lacroix joins Jesse this week to talk about something that we didn't know much about the 1837 Rebellion. Patrick will talk about the events leading up to the Rebellion, the Rebellion it's self and the aftermath. We hope you enjoy this historical episode. Follow Patrick's Blog - http://querythepast.com/ You can also fo…
 
Next week we’re joined by the person behind the amazing blog, Query the Past, and recent Birdwatcher Patrick Lacroix. Jesse and Patrick will discuss the 1837 rebellion, events leading up to it, battles during it and the aftermath. We’d like to thank Jesse’s sister for coming up with the topic and Patrick for joining us to discuss a topic we weren’t…
 
Episode 44 - Worship In Canadian Asian Churches: A Japanese, Korean, and Chinese Perspective (feat. Kevin Ueta & John Baik) How and why does worship look and sound the way it does in the Canadian Asian context? What has influenced the way it is led and how has it impacted generations of the congregation? We explore and compare three different persp…
 
This week's guest is Bruno Paul Stenson. Bruno is a historian and musicologist and an educator at the Château Ramezay. He’s also a specialist on the social history of New France. Jesse and Bruno will discuss the history of New France before discussing historical events that happened at the Château. I’d like to apologize for the audio quality. Halfw…
 
Melody recommends some things to read and watch at home and then Mike previews next week's episode with Bruno Paul Stenson.Don’t forget to check out our Patreon for extra bonus content - https://www.patreon.com/fclpodcastIf you’ve always wanted to have a French-Canadian Legacy t-shirt check out our merch on Teespring – https://www.teespring.com/fcl…
 
We're joined by the Assistant Editor, Mike's son for the intro and then you'll hear the last bunch of interviews. Thanks for listening and thanks to everyone who gave us their time to make this special episode.Part Three –Intro – 00:28Alan Casavant – 02:08Jane Martin – 5:40Lynee Levesque – 10:27Jason Newton – 15:23Susan Pinette – 20:35Jean-Philippe…
 
Melody and Mike let you know how they're doing before the second part of our COVID-19 Check In Episode. Part Two – 53:21Intro – 00:28David Vermette – 03:04Réjean Beaulieu – 07:03Sandra Goodwin – 14:29Claire-Marie Brisson – 17:41Calvin Fox – 20:37Juliana L’Heureux – 24:29James Myall – 32:06Rémi Francoeur – 34:05Rhea Côté Robbins – 39:56Patrick Lacro…
 
Special Episode – The Coronavirus: How It Reveals Who We Are & Where We Might Be Headed In the midst of a global pandemic, are we recognizing what it is revealing about ourselves, what we value, and the worldview we hold on to? As churches and communities wrestle and work out how to respond and continue to move forward, is there an opportunity for …
 
This week we thought we'd reach out to past and future guests, people doing amazing things in the Franco-American scene and a few friends of the podcast and ask them what their new normal is and if they have any tricks to help staying at home. So many people were nice enough to talk with us the episode had to broken up into three parts that will co…
 
Typically, when you think of conversations coming from a podcast it’s in the comments sections. This week David Vermette returns to the show to talk about something Patrick Lacroix talked about in his episode. After that Jesse asks him about a few of his recent blog posts. Don’t forget to check out our Patreon for extra bonus content - www.patreon.…
 
Melody is back to tell you about what articles to check out and what events may or may not be happening. Then we preview next week's episode with Author and Blogger David Vermette. We're honored to have David back on the show and we think he's back for an exciting reason. New Links - Maine charity working to preserve languages worldwide - https://w…
 
Episode 43 - Exploring Diversity As we inhabit spaces filled with people from various cultures and ethnic backgrounds, what is the most helpful ways in which we can understand diversity? Is it necessary to differentiate or do we just accept the make-up of our cities? And what does this mean for for those who come from multiple cultures? We tackle t…
 
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