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Grace San Diego/North County PodcastGrace Community Church is a church located on four campuses that began 28 years ago when Pastor Steve & Becky Riggle planted in Houston, Tx. Today Grace is a home to over 15,000 people with campuses in Houston, Tx, The Woodlands, Tx, San Diego, Ca, and Rocklin, Ca. For more information visit Grace.tv.
 
Unique Loft Worship community content from the Loft worship team. Loft Church is known for its relevant, biblical teaching on faith and culture. Got questions? We will explore the answers together through conversations centered on in-depth discussions of sermons, theology, community, and everything in between. Grab a seat, tune in, and join the Loft team as we bring our living room to yours. Have questions for upcoming episodes? Send them to us at theloftchurch@twmc.org or connect with us on ...
 
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Beyond the Bulletin

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church

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Striving to create an honest show about parish life, we introduce you to our parish staff, good talks, conversation, interesting guests, and parishioners like you. The goal is to build up the faith of our parishioners in these trying times as well as introduce you to our mission, ministries, and fellow parishioners. While we focus on our community here in The Woodlands, TX - we hope we can meet and bless others along the way!
 
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The original bat podcast! Trustee and ecologist Steve Roe talks to the experts as well as local heroes to bring you the stories from the bat conservation movement. This podcast is for anyone who loves bats or has an interest in bat conservation and the wider bat conservation community. Series 2 had episodes released every second Wednesday from autumn 2020 through to Spring 2021.Series 3 is coming this autumn! Bats are magical but misunderstood mammals. At the Bat Conservation Trust we have a ...
 
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This week Steve is at Chorlton Water Park Nature Reserve in Manchester with author and illustrator Emma Reynolds. Emma's debut author-illustrator book "Amara and the Bats" was published here in the UK in July 2021 and she sits down with Steve to tell us how the book has been received, what she thinks the future of children's books holds and what it…
 
On July 13, 1917, an apparition of Our Lady occured in Fátima, Portugal. It was an incredible moment that came with two special requests from the Virgin Mary - the consecration of Russia to her Immaculate Heart, and the Communion of reparation on the First Saturdays. For Katrina Leyden, a long-time parishioner of St. Anthony, the second request was…
 
The Kingdom of God is in our midst, but are we doing our best at raising it up and preparing to enter? Listen to Fr. Jesse Garcia's homily reflection from 11/21/2021 at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in The Woodlands, TX. Special Guest: Fr. Jesse Garcia. Support Beyond the BulletinBy St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church
 
This week Steve is on the Norfolk coastline in the East of England visiting Jane Harris from the Norfolk barbastelle study group. Paston Great Barn dates back to 1581. It’s a huge thatched barn made of flint, brick and stone measuring 50 meters in length and about 10 meters wide. Despite it’s size, driving south along the coast road it’s very easy …
 
The readings from the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time make one thing clear - we must be prepared for the end of our lives. Deacon Tom Vicknair provides a Gospel reflection from Sunday to help us evaluate our lives, and if we've made adequate plans for the end of them. Special Guest: Deacon Tom Vicknair. Support Beyond the Bulletin…
 
In an ideal world, children would grow up to love the Mass, sitting quietly and reverently on Sundays, jumping at the opportunity to lead prayer at home, and passing along your faith to them would be easy! We do not live in an ideal world. But when the process of helping your kids grow in their Catholic faith reaches the crossroads, do you step up …
 
On the Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time, we heard about Elijah interacting with the widow, as well as the poor widow who Jesus saw put in just two coins in the treasury. Drawing on these two stories, Fr. Mathew talks about hospitality and generosity, and the impact they can have on our lives, and those around us. Special Guest: Fr. Mathew Thot…
 
If you take a peek at our parish events page you might be overwhelmed with just how many Bible study opportunities we have available. But fear not - whether you know have every Bible verse memorized, or couldn't tell the book of Sirach from the book of Sriracha, we're here to help you get started. Nate and Gomer take a look at all our Bible study o…
 
BatChat is back for a third series! Steve is on the roof of the biological sciences building with Professor Gareth Jones where he talks to Steve about just some of the research he has undertaken in his lifetime with bats. They discuss the work famously done to separate the two pipistrelle species back in the 90's, what Gareth gets up to in his spar…
 
On the 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time, Deacon Mike Krall provides a great homily diving into the first three Commandments. Do we use them to guide our lives and our decisions? Or are they just a mere checklist that we use to keep doing "good enough?" Tune in! Special Guest: Mike Krall. Support Beyond the Bulletin…
 
Hello everyone it’s Steve here from BatChat here to tell you that a brand new series is going to be along on Wednesday. I know it’s been a long wait since the last series but we’ve been working really hard to join our guests out in the field so that you don’t have to listen to any more Zoom calls! So all of our guests this series have been recorded…
 
Why did the turkey cross the road? Probably to be delivered to the St. Teresa Center for our Thanksgiving Project! Every year, our parish collects thousands of boxes of donated food to be distributed to families in need during Thanksgiving. This year, Franklin Marsan is beyond excited about the number of people we'll be helping, and he joined Nate …
 
"For the Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve." This line from Mark, the Gospel reading on the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time, is an important message from Jesus, and one that we should aspire to imitate. Deacon Franco provided a great homily reflection this past Sunday, sharing a personal story and reflection on how we can serve others.…
 
Being a parent isn't easy. Being Catholic isn't always a walk in the park either. So if you're a Catholic parent...you've got your work cut out for you. But raising your children in a faith-filled household isn't necessarily as hard as you think. There are 5 integral questions that every Catholic parent must answer, and we're here to run through th…
 
In the final episode of The Stories that Shaped Us, the Loft team talks about the people who have helped them become who they are today. They tell stories of family members, friends, and mentors, but also share about people who tried to discourage or bring them down. If you’re looking for inspiration, perspective, and plenty of laughs, have a liste…
 
The Gospel story of the rich young man provides a multitude of reflection questions for us - do we cling too tightly to certain possessions? Are we in need of detachment from anything, in order for God to give us something greater? Do we pray for the gift of wisdom, or only for wealth, beauty, and power? Fr. David Hust reflects on all these and mor…
 
Tony Meléndez is truly one-of-a-kind. Born without arms, he's traveled the world playing music and sharing his inspirational story. From the first moment he picked up a guitar, to the song he played for Pope John Paul II, to the music he'll be singing at our parish, his incredible gifts are on full display - including the gift of hope. Tony joins N…
 
Love is an overused word. It's used in movies, TV series, songs, social media and more. Fr. Jesse shares a Sunday homily to make it clear what love truly means, in the scope of God's love specifically, as well as diving into the four types of love, as explained by C. S. Lewis in his 1960 book, "The Four Loves." Special Guest: Fr. Jesse Garcia. Supp…
 
There's a new "Most Interesting Man" in town, and it's not the guy from the Dos Equis commercials. It's Fr. Jesse Garcia, the new Pastor of St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church. A few weeks into his time at St. Anthony, he joins Nate and Gomer for a great episode diving into his journey with the Focolare Movement, how he finds "unity through divers…
 
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