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“54 Days of Roses”
Day 39 - Glorious Mysteries in Thanksgiving

“54 Days of Roses”

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 33:34


Hello family!Welcome back. This is day 39 of our 54-day Rosary Novena.Family,  I invite you to check out a Ministry called By Your Side LA, a ministry of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.  The ministry helps men and women heal from pregnancy loss from abortion. It is meant to connect women and men with resources in the community to help them heal. The trained merciful companions also help men and women heal from miscarriages, infertility, and stillbirth. By Your,Side LA aims to bring women and men who are hurting to a place of peace and wholeness through conversation, reconciliation, and community. To be connected with a Merciful Companion, the phone number is 1-877-301-9684The email is bysla@la-archdiocese.orgWebsite:  By Your Side LADay 39: Glorious  Mysteries in ThanksgivingWith that, let's get started. Today, day 39, we pray the Glorious Mysteries in Thanksgiving.Blessed Mother, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, we ask that you intercede for our petitions and bring us closer to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.Blessed Mother, we pray for families who are grieving the loss of a child. Blessed Mother, we pray for men and women who have experienced a pregnancy loss from a miscarriage, Infertility, stillbirth, or abortion. Blessed Mother, we pray for our family's intentions here on the podcast, and for all the intentions received by email, Instagram, and YouTube.And we pray for the intentions of the Cabarubias family, Ciara, Cayden, Osheen, Jessica, ,Megan, Marisol, Maggie, Kyla, Mariana, Bridget, Roro, Reena, Angelo, Sanny, Jacqueline, Rolyat, Alma, Maria, Mike Chris, Whithertherose, Robin, QUanah, Shawn, Nalleli, Simone, Kelly, Tara, Magaly, Nathan, Kaitlin, Laurie, Florence, Mz. Dream, Ambrosio, Judy, Michelle, Lou, Elaine, Maria, Seidi, Francisco, Julio, Natalia,  Lisa, Catherine, Natalie Lynn, Ray Andreis, Laura, Luke, Denise, Suzi, Nick, Rebecca, Antonio, Alxandra, and Veronica.With love, Maritza Mendez.Linktr.eehttps://linktr.ee/54daysofrosesWebsite:https://www.54daysofroses.com/Live Rosary Prayerhttps://calendly.com/54daysofroses/liverosary_8?month=2022-09Book a Rosary prayer with Maritzahttps://calendly.com/54daysofroses/rosaryprayerDonate via Venmohttps://account.venmo.com/u/Novena54DaysofRosesDonate via PayPalhttps://www.paypal.com/paypalme/54DaysOfRosesSupport our Ministryhttps://www.54daysofroses.com/supportContent Creator & Web designhttps://lillywriteshere.com/Audio Engineerhttps://luisaperez238.wixsSupport the show

EquipCast
Narrow the Focus

EquipCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 37:55


Our lives are busy. If you are like me, every day, there are demands on your time. I have obligations as a father, as a full-time employee, and as a faithful parishioner. If I say yes to every good idea that comes my way, then I won't have time for the most important things. So, how does one choose? Today, I pull another teammate in front of the microphone to talk about how to “narrow the focus”. The overabundance of good things to say yes to is not just a problem in our daily lives, it also shows up in ministry work and parishes. The good (saying yes to every good thing) often becomes the enemy of the great (prioritizing one thing so that it can really flourish). Tune in to hear from Andy Dejka about pruning so that the most important things can flourish. A Production of the Archdiocese of Omaha Editor: Taylor Schroll (ForteCatholic.com)

The Brian Lehrer Show
Why Venezuelans Are Seeking Political Asylum

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 35:02


Many of the people who have arrived in New York City in search of asylum are from Venezuela. Maryann Tharappel, attorney in charge of Immigrant and Refugee Services at Catholic Charities Community Services of the Archdiocese of New York, explains the asylum seeking process. And William Neuman, former New York Times reporter and Andes region bureau chief, now the author of Things Are Never So Bad That They Can't Get Worse: Inside the Collapse of Venezuela (St. Martin's Press, 2022) discusses the conditions in Venezuela that are leading many people to leave to seek asylum here in the United States.

Catholic Military Life
Father Chris Alar, MIC, On Veteran Suicide

Catholic Military Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 30:02


September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. In this edition of Catholic Military Life, the only official podcast of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, Father Chris Alar, MIC, author of the bestseller, "After Suicide: There's Hope for Them and for You," explores why the suicide rate is so much higher among veterans than the general population, and what can be done about a mental health epidemic that claims the lives of as many as 22 veterans a day.

Respect Life Radio
Fr. Robert Altier: For marriage and family under attack, here is God's rescue plan

Respect Life Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 27:00


"The attack is on the family. The family is the foundation for everything, in our own individuals lives, as well as for the Church and society. So for the good of our children — for the good, of course, of the married people — for the Church and society, as well, it's absolutely a necessity right now to really put the focus on marriage. You look at the history of the Church — and God always raises up people to come to the aid of whatever area is under attack. What the devil tries to do in destroying something, God brings good out of evil and actually makes it better," said Fr. Robert J. Altier,  author of "God's Plan For Your Marriage: An Exploration of Holy Matrimony from Genesis to the Wedding Feast of the Lamb" (Sophia Institute Press).  Hear homilies from Fr. Altier, based in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, at CatholicParents.org and learn about his series, "Beauty, Truth, Goodness: The Fundamentals of Catholicism."

The Gateway
Monday, September 19, 2022 - The Archdiocese of St. Louis is listening to parishioners on possible changes

The Gateway

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:44


Church leaders are gathering input on the potential closure and consolidation of its 178 parishes. The archdiocese is dealing with a shortage of priests and churches at only 25% capacity

Catholic Radio Indy Faith in Action
SONS OF MELCHIZEDEK: Father Jerry Byrd of St. Ann and St. Joseph Parishes in Jennings County

Catholic Radio Indy Faith in Action

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 27:57


SONS OF MELCHIZEDEK –On this episode of Sons of Melchizedek, a show highlighting priests in the Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana and the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, we talk with Father Jerry Byrd of St. Ann and St. Joseph Parishes in Jennings County.

The Morning Blend with David and Brenda
Catholic Schools Edition of the Catholic Sentinel

The Morning Blend with David and Brenda

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 9:58


You'll find a special insert in this week's edition of the Catholic Sentinel. It's back to school for our Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Portland. Ed Langlois talks with Brenda about a time when Catholic schools were almost shut down in Portland. https://the-morning-blend.captivate.fm/ (Subscribe to the Morning Blend) on your favorite podcast platform. Find this show on the free https://materdeiradio.com/hail-mary-media-app/ (Hail Mary Media App), along with a radio live-stream, prayers, news, and more. Look through https://materdeiradio.com/category/morning-drive/ (past episodes) or https://forms.ministryforms.net/viewForm.aspx?formId=f861df13-50f6-4182-8712-b794ec287dfb (support this podcast). The Morning Blend is a production of https://materdeiradio.com/ (Mater Dei Radio) in Portland, Oregon.

Wake Up!
Wake Up! Thursday, September 15, 2022

Wake Up!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 45:18


We're live with David Dawson Jr., Director of the Office of Parish Support for the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux talks about the spiritual benefits of daily cleaning around the house, Deacon Mark Pennington, Deacon at St. Luke Catholic Church in Slidell talks about his vocation story to the diaconate in the Archdiocese of New Orleans and Fr. Paul Yi, pastor at St. George Catholic Church in Baton Rouge talks about the Eucharist.

Better Preach
12. Putting In the Reps with Tim Glemkowski

Better Preach

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 39:26


Description: What's a great way to really improve as a communicator? Is there a silver bullet? Is there something I can do today or is this gonna take years? Well, yes and yes. In my conversation with Tim Glemkowski, Executive Director the National Eucharistic Congress, he shares a really simple but powerful answer to this question and many others. Previous to his current role with the National Eucharistic Congress, Tim served in the Archbishop's Office for the Archdiocese of Denver as the Director of Strategy, assisting with initiatives focused on building for a time of apostolic mission. He is the former founder and president of L'Alto Catholic Institute and Revive Parishes. Tim authored Made for Mission: Renewing Your Parish Culture, which was released in Fall 2019 through Our Sunday Visitor. He is an international speaker who has also consulted for many organizations, dioceses, and parishes. His writing has appeared in numerous print and web-based theological and catechetical publications. Tim and his wife, Maggie, live in Lakewood, CO with their three young children. A link to his speaking websiteA link to the website for the Eucharistic RevivalHere's a link to Tim's Talk for Proclaim: “Align Everything in Mission”Links:For more information about the Better Preach Podcast visit: www.ryanohara.org/betterpreachBetter Preach is a proud member of Spoke Street, a Catholic Podcast Network that amplifies the voice of the Creator through fostering content that invites. Check out Ryan's FREE course on “sharing your faith as a Catholic.”Follow Ryan on Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, or Facebook Join Ryan's email list. I made this podcast with help from Riverside FM. Want to try it out for your podcast? Here's a link to get you started.

Catholic Mindset Podcast
What is Bioethics | Bioethics at the beginning & end of life, and the environment w Rev. Dr. Alfred Associate Professor of Biology & Bioethics at Saint Thomas University in Miami

Catholic Mindset Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 76:22


What is Bioethics? Rev. Dr. Alfred Cioffi explains the topic in depth. We talk about Bioethics at the beginning & end of life, bioethics in the environment, genetics and evolution. He is an Associate Professor of Biology and Bioethics at Saint Thomas University in Miami. He teaches biology and bioethics and researches urban forest conservation and solar energy alternatives. Rev. Dr. Alfred Cioffi is a Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Miami for over 30 years. His professional interests are in human life bioethics, environmental bioethics and on the dialogue between science and religion. He associates with: National Catholic Bioethics Center Florida Catholic Conference Catholic Medical Association The Knights of Columbus Catholic Health Services Prison Ministry Respect Life Ministry of the Archdiocese of Miami Guest Links: Rev. Dr. Alfred Cioffi Saint Thomas University https://www.stu.edu/science/faculty-staff/alfred-cioffi/#tab-bio

Capitol Compass
Migrants at the Border

Capitol Compass

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 20:51


In episode 20, Gillian chats with Beatriz Diaz Taveras, Executive Director of Catholic Charities Community Services of the Archdiocese of New York. We discuss migrants at the border coming to New York City and what Catholic Charities has done to step up and help those in need.Sign up for the Catholic Action Network (CAN) by going to our website, nyscatholic.org/action-center/, or texting 'CAN' to 50457.Follow us on social media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nyscatholicconferenceTwitter: https://twitter.com/NYSCatholicConfInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/nyscatholicconf/

The Springs in the Desert Podcast: Catholic Accompaniment Through Infertility
Pilgrimaging and Praying with Our Lady through Infertility

The Springs in the Desert Podcast: Catholic Accompaniment Through Infertility

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 24:25


This month, we welcome back Kim Colby to chat with Cassandra and Allie about her recent pilgrimage to Lourdes with the Archdiocese for the Military Services. We talk about prayer and healing in Lourdes, the intercession of Our Blessed Mother, and the blessings of making a pilgrimage while experiencing infertility, regardless of whether you travel locally, regionally, or abroad. Listen in and be uplifted in your walk with Christ! Resources: Vlog: Healing in Lourdes - https://springsinthedesert.org/healing-in-lourdes/ Blog: On Hope and Miracles - https://springsinthedesert.org/on-hope-and-miracles/ Podcast: Beyond Conception: Re-conceiving Healing in Infertility - https://open.spotify.com/episode/78Q1pyn9LtWSvg9bvUWfQ1 Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to the podcast so you never miss an episode! Join our community by following us on Facebook and Instagram. And if you need prayers, someone to listen, or you want to tell your story on our blog, email us at info@springsinthedesert.org. Attachments area

Wake Up!
Wake Up! Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Wake Up!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 44:57


We're live with Peter Finney, Editor and general Manager of the Clarion Herald gives us an update on what you'll find in this week's issue in the Archdiocese of New Orleans, Dr. Tom Neal, Professor of Spiritual Theology at Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans talks about the Feast Day of the Exaltation of the Cross and Dr. Ray Guarendi, a clinical psychologist, author, professional speaker, and national radio and television host talks about his book Taught by Ten: A Psychologist Father Learns from His Ten Children.

The Pillar Podcast
Ep. 70: Nancy Pelosi and Eucharistic Coherence

The Pillar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 67:10


Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is barred from receiving the Eucharist in the Archdiocese of San Francisco, according to a May 20 statement from Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone. This week on The Pillar Podcast, JD and Ed talk about the announcement and what may follow. - This episode of The Pillar Podcast is brought to you by the 2022 Petrus Development Conference. For more details and to register, go to petrusdevelopment.com/pdc22 and use coupon code PILLAR for $50 off your conference registration.

Proclaim
042: A Reintroduction to Proclaim with Eric Chow and Emi Namoro

Proclaim

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 62:54


Since its initial launch in October 2019, the Proclaim Movement - the evangelization initiative in the Archdiocese of Vancouver - has grown significantly. It has supported parishes and ministries by providing online and in-person training and resources on leadership, discipleship, and how to start their own Alpha and CCO Discovery small groups in their own communities. As with new movements and initiatives, it is common for people to ask recurring questions about its mission and purpose. Who better to answer these questions than the director of Proclaim himself? In this episode, guest host Emi Namoro will interview Eric about the origin of Proclaim, the movement's growth since its launch in 2019, and frequently asked questions that people have had over the years. Discussion Questions: What stood out to you the most from this episode? What surprised you from this reintroduction to the Proclaim Movement? What does missionary disciple mean to you? What can you do today to “Awaken Disciples to Proclaim Jesus”? How can you be involved in Proclaim? How have you been involved in Proclaim? Emi Namoro serves as the Digital Engagement Support for the Proclaim Movement. She is a full-time psychology student and a parishioner at St. Clare of Assisi Parish in Coquitlam. Proclaim is a movement of the Archdiocese of Vancouver inspiring disciples to proclaim Jesus in their homes and communities. The Proclaim podcast is a space where you listen to inspiring disciples talk all things around sharing Jesus with others, and learn how to step into your own missionary identity. To learn more about Proclaim, you can visit weareproclaim.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @weareproclaim

Thinking Faith with Eric Gurash and Dr. Brett Salkeld
Summer Master Class On Eucharist - Part 9

Thinking Faith with Eric Gurash and Dr. Brett Salkeld

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 43:34


We continue our Summer Masterclass on the Eucharist featuring a series of talks previously delivered by Dr. Brett Salkeld for the Archdiocese of San Francisco. This week's episode completes our masterclass and concludes last week's examination of liturgy in culture, life, and the Mass. "If you want to make citizens for a consumer culture, you need people with low inhibitions because consumer culture doesn't like people who are self-possessed and self-controlled because they don't need to buy a bunch of garbage. What you need is people who have bad impulse control. Those are good consumers."

EquipCast
Episode 97: Clarify the Win

EquipCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 45:04


Is it important to "win" at ministry work? Should we set goals, run after them, and measure them? It's probably no surprise that my answer to this is a resounding "YES!" Today, I pull Whitney, the producer, in front of the microphone to talk about what she calls her "extreme need for clarity". Her drive for clarity makes our team goals sharper and our wins easier to achieve.  And, yes, winning is not everything, but when we do clarify what winning looks like, our team is more effective at the real work: bringing souls to Jesus. A Production of the Archdiocese of Omaha Editor: Taylor Schroll (ForteCatholic.com)

The Pillar Podcast
Ep. 53: München and Malta

The Pillar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 88:24


In this feature-length double episode, they talk about the independent report on the Archdiocese of Munich, and what it means for the legacy of Pope Benedict XVI. Then they go over the whole Knights of Malta thing, because seriously, it matters. Also, two things: We know that half of you don't like it when we chat among themselves at the beginning of the show. We understand that. But, and here's the other thing, the other half do seem to like it and we want you all to be happy. So, if you'd like to skip straight to the serious stuff, fast forward to 13:30.

Spirit and Spire
Divine Mercy, Discipleship, Devotions, and Dirt with Fr. Martin Linebach, ArchLou Vicar General

Spirit and Spire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 102:48


Divine Mercy, Discipleship, Devotions, and Dirt with Fr. Martin Linebach, ArchLou Vicar General What drives Fr. Martin Linebach? What's behind that intense, prayerful, quick-witted presence? How do we bring renewal to the Cathedral of the Assumption and Archdiocesan families? Hear from the Vicar General and Vocations Director of the Archdiocese of Louisville as he shares his conversion and vocation story, as well as his insights and encouragement to those he serves. Fr. Martin Linebach is also the founding chaplain of Family Renewal Project and has a huge devotion to JPII and his Theology of the Body. Erik Huff hosts this episode with his co-hosts Isaac Fox, John Sohl, and Bryan Cain. Look for Spirit & Spire on Google, Apple, Spotify, or wherever podcasts are found. Check out the teaser trailer and share this far and wide as more episodes are coming. www.SpiritandSpire.com Support Us | www.patreon.com/spiritandspire Please support our incredible sponsors! www.FamilyRenewalProject.com www.HolyAngelsLouisville.com If you would like a shoutout in an upcoming episode, contact us at spiritandspire@aol.com

The Pillar Podcast
Bonus: The Umbers Tapes

The Pillar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 54:20


In a special Christmas Eve episode, Ed talks to Bishop Richard Umbers of the Archdiocese of Sydney about which Christmas Mass is the worst, the impossible banality of meetings, and the new evangelization. Fair warning, the first seven and a half minutes are about cricket, so either fast forward, or just deal with it.

The Pillar Podcast
Ep. 40: What's the question?

The Pillar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 85:21


JD and Ed talk about the Archdiocese of Cincinnati's project to restructure its parishes and ask: what does it mean to be a “evangelizing Church”?

The Voice of the Shepherd
The Prophetic Voice

The Voice of the Shepherd

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 28:27


Join Archbishop Alexander Sample and host Dina Marie Hale as they explore the lives of the Prophets of the Old Testament and discuss their prophetic voice in their time as God's messenger of hope. We examine their witness and discover how the prophets followed God's word and Will, peaching and teaching the truth as revealed by God.  https://the-voice-of-the-shepherd.captivate.fm/listen (Subscribe to the Voice of the Shepherd) on your favorite podcast platform. Learn more about the https://archdpdx.org/ (Archdiocese of Portland). Find this show on the free https://materdeiradio.com/hail-mary-media-app/ (Hail Mary Media App), along with a radio live-stream, prayers, news, and more. Look through https://materdeiradio.com/category/the-voice-of-the-shepherd/ (past episodes) or https://forms.ministryforms.net/viewForm.aspx?formId=f861df13-50f6-4182-8712-b794ec287dfb (support this podcast). The Voice of the Shepherd is produced by https://materdeiradio.com/ (Mater Dei Radio) in collaboration with the Archdiocese of Portland.

Wake Up!
Wake Up! Monday, September 12, 2022

Wake Up!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 44:48


We're live with Alan Migliorato, co-author of Failing Forward: Leadership Lessons for Catholic Teens Today joins us, Dr. Tina Holland, President and CEO of Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University gives us her monthly update and Fr. Sergio Serrano, Director of the Archdiocese of New Orleans Hispanic Apostolate talks about Hispanic Heritage Month.

Catholic Radio Indy Faith in Action
SONS OF MELCHIZEDEK: Father Bob Simms of Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Indianapolis.

Catholic Radio Indy Faith in Action

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 27:57


SONS OF MELCHIZEDEK –On this episode of Sons of Melchizedek, a show highlighting priests in the Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana and the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, we talk with Father Bob Simms of Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Indianapolis.

The Pillar Podcast
Ep. 10: Mo Money, Mo Problems

The Pillar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 76:23


This week, JD and Ed talk about the Archdiocese of Washington's $2 million dollar budget for the retired Cardinal Wuerl, and a parish making some unusual moves on Chicago's South Side.

Friendly Atheist Podcast
Ep. 443 - Britney Spears is an Atheist, Y'all

Friendly Atheist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 65:47


Please support the show at https://www.patreon.com/friendlyatheistpodcast. Donors now get access to a new BONUS episode. Jessica and I sat down to talk about several stories from the past week involving religion and politics. — Please join our Discord server! — Britney Spears said in a now-deleted Instagram reel, “I'm an atheist, y'all!” (3:45) — Even married advocates of Purity Culture can't handle Bridgerton. (12:57) — A federal judge ruled that an HIV drug mandate violated Christians' religious freedoms. (20:35) — These preachers have no idea how masturbation works. (35:00) — Pope Francis is lying about having a “zero tolerance” policy for handling abuse. (41:21) — The GOP lawmaker who condemned an extreme anti-abortion bill previously sponsored… an extreme anti-abortion bill. (48:30) — A Christian school baptized 100 kids without telling their parents. (55:11) — The Archdiocese of St. Louis is putting dogma over decency, urging schools to let kids go hungry rather than feed them for free. (1:00:30)

Men of the Hearts
Fr. Matt Hood

Men of the Hearts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 63:11


“Never be afraid to accept your vocation. Because God will supply what we need.” Fr. Craig Giera and Fr. David Pellican are joined by Fr. Matthew Hood. Together they discuss Fr. Matt's journey from asking big questions about the Faith in high school to being ordained a priest. After spending eight years in seminary, Fr. Matt has served the Archdiocese of Detroit in parish and school ministry. He offers advice for men discerning: “If God has given you even the smallest desire for the priesthood, pursue it. That doesn't happen often.” Show Notes: (00:03) Fr. Craig Giera and Fr. David Pellican welcome us to this episode of Men of the Hearts. This month's guest is Fr. Matthew Hood, the chaplain for Detroit Catholic Campus Ministry which serves Wayne State University and the University of Michigan – Dearborn as well as the surrounding campuses. He shares about his summer abroad in Brazil on a mission trip with FOCUS, Fellowship of Catholic University Students. (10:40) The Costco King: the hosts and Fr. Matt play a game related to opinions about Costco. Fr. Craig announces the winner of the competition will be announced at the end of the episode. (16:33) Fr. Matt's vocation story: In high school, Fr. Matt found himself asking many big questions about faith while attending St. Joseph Parish in Lake Orion. He found that the Catholic Church offered the answers to every question he proposed in a more profound manner, allowing him to trust and surrender. He began to desire not just to know God but also to develop a relationship with Him. Spending time in the local Eucharistic Adoration chapel is where he first felt a desire for the priesthood. (20:15) While before the Lord in Eucharistic Adoration, Fr. Matt began praying with Scripture, particularly the passage of Jesus calling the disciples on the Sea of Galilee in which he felt the Lord telling him “To follow Him, throw down my nets, put out into the deep” as a priest. But he pushed the thought to the side. (25:51) From questions to his vocation: Fr. Matt explains in more detail the journey from asking questions to considering the priesthood. In encountering Jesus as the Way, the Truth, and the Life, he felt the Lord kept placing the call to the priesthood on his heart. Fr. Matt enrolled at Central Michigan University his freshmen year and participated in Catholic Campus Ministry which helped to further confirm his vocation to the priesthood. (31:34) The process of entering seminary: joy, friendship, and fraternity played a pivotal role for Fr. Matt. He applied and was accepted to the seminary, where he found the first year challenging. He was tempted to feel “I'm not holy enough, I'm not worthy enough.” He was challenged by doubts and an experience of feeling undeserving of the priesthood. (43:25) Life as a priest: The priests talk about Fr. Matt's experience of working at Divine Child parish and school. He then describes how he lives out his priesthood walking with college students, including hosting events for exploring the Faith and deepening one's conversion. Fr. Matt recommends finding a priest as a spiritual director to help guide a man considering a vocation to the priesthood. “What might be the next step?” They discuss key advice for how to discern if God is calling a man to the priesthood. “God speaks to us in silence. If there is a small desire for priesthood, pay attention to it, have courage, don't be afraid, and seek it.” Fr. Matt closes the episode in prayer.

Soul Searching
Soul Searching Episode 102: Archbishop John Wester

Soul Searching

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 28:59


Archbishop John Wester is the archbishop of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, New Mexico. In this episode, Archbishop Wester reflects with Rabbi Neil Amswych about the major recent change in access to reproductive health care in the United States.

Mamas in Spirit
Living in Truth with Father Jon Meyer

Mamas in Spirit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 44:47


Father Jon Meyer, Chaplain of Mamas in Spirit, shares the importance of living in the truth of who we are as children of God. Father Jon encourages us to identify when the world is speaking to us, recognize that these things don't reflect who we are and reject them. God equips us with Holy Scripture to constantly remind us of who God is and who we are in relationship to Him.

Cats at Night with John Catsimatidis
Superintendent of Schools for the Archdiocese of New York Michael Deegan | 09-07-2022

Cats at Night with John Catsimatidis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 10:14


Superintendent of Schools for the Archdiocese of New York Michael Deegan talks back-to-school challenges. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cats at Night with John Catsimatidis
Guests: John Solomon, Bill Bratton, Charles Gasparino, Michael Deegan | 09-07-2022

Cats at Night with John Catsimatidis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 48:32


Red Apple Media CEO John Catsimatidis is joined in-studio by Lidia Curanaj, Judge Richard Weinberg, Dr. Peter Michalos, and fmr. Sen Al D'Amato. John Solomon of Just the News provides an update on the Trump Mar-a-Lago case. Fmr. NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton weighs in on NYC's crime wave. Financial Journalist Charles Gasparino warns of recession. Superintendent of Schools for the Archdiocese of New York Michael Deegan talks back-to-school challenges. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thinking Faith with Eric Gurash and Dr. Brett Salkeld
Summer Master Class On Eucharist - Part 8

Thinking Faith with Eric Gurash and Dr. Brett Salkeld

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 36:00


We continue our Summer Masterclass on the Eucharist featuring a series of talks previously delivered by Dr. Brett Salkeld for the Archdiocese of San Francisco. This week's episode examines liturgy in culture, life, and the Mass. "The culture isn't just feeding us evil, it's feeding us good in the wrong proportions or in the wrong perspective, and that throws us off. All the things we're addicted to, what are you addicted to? Work? Sex? Those are good! What are you looking for in your addiction? You're looking for something that that thing, it promises, but it can't deliver."

Catholic Apostolate Center Resources
Blogcast: St. Martha Is so Relatable

Catholic Apostolate Center Resources

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 5:20


This blogcast explores "St. Martha Is so Relatable," written and read by Krissy Pierno."St. Martha Is so Relatable" written and read by Krissy Pierno. Author:Krissy Kirby is a teacher for the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. Follow us:The Catholic Apostolate CenterThe Center's podcast websiteInstagramFacebookApple PodcastsSpotify

Catholic Chicago
VOICE OF CHARITY -- South/Southwest Cook County Regional Update

Catholic Chicago

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 30:00


It is an exciting time at Catholic Charities as Regional Mission Boards become established in the six Vicariates of the Archdiocese of Chicago, allowing us to serve client needs in new ways on the local, parish level. Join Katie Bredemann as she welcomes Christopher Torres, South/Southwest Cook Regional Director, Mary Ellen Brabec, South Regional Mission Board Chairperson and Timothy Richards, Southwest Regional Mission Board Chairperson to discuss how this new structure is forming in tandem with parish outreach ministries and community groups.

The Voice of the Shepherd
Be Fully Engaged

The Voice of the Shepherd

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 28:24


Join Archbishop Alexander Sample and host Dina Marie Hale as they take a careful look at the prayers of the Church or "propers" offered during the Sacred Liturgy. Explore these life-giving prayers and gain a better understanding of the unique role of the priest in the sacred mysteries of the Holy Mass. Go deeper into your understanding of the Sacrifice of the Mass and allow the Mass to change you. https://the-voice-of-the-shepherd.captivate.fm/listen (Subscribe to the Voice of the Shepherd) on your favorite podcast platform. Learn more about the https://archdpdx.org/ (Archdiocese of Portland). Find this show on the free https://materdeiradio.com/hail-mary-media-app/ (Hail Mary Media App), along with a radio live-stream, prayers, news, and more. Look through https://materdeiradio.com/category/the-voice-of-the-shepherd/ (past episodes) or https://forms.ministryforms.net/viewForm.aspx?formId=f861df13-50f6-4182-8712-b794ec287dfb (support this podcast). The Voice of the Shepherd is produced by https://materdeiradio.com/ (Mater Dei Radio) in collaboration with the Archdiocese of Portland.

EquipCast
Episode 96: Prayer: Manifesto

EquipCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 45:50


What is the Lord doing for you in prayer? As many of us know, life comes with suffering. Our daily struggles can so easily rattle us and disrupt our peace. This, then, creeps into the way we interact with God. Today, I bring you the story of Jill Ruskamp. She has built a personal manifesto around her prayer, collecting moments of inspiration, scripture passages, words from God, and key memories. Not only does it bring her peace in the middle of suffering, but it has also become a great tool for evangelization. As we learn our own stories more deeply, we develop a more profound respect for the stories of others. A Production of the Archdiocese of Omaha Editor: Taylor Schroll (ForteCatholic.com)

Catholic
Guest Author Michelle Laque Johnson -Take 2 with Jerry & Debbie -09/05/22

Catholic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 50:30


Author Michelle Laque Johnson has more than 30 years of journalism and communications experience, as Director of Communications for EWTN, as Editor-in-Chief for The Catholic Standard & Times in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, and as an Editor/Reporter for several national publications, including Investor's Business Daily. In her extensive career, Michelle has been honored multiple times with Gabriel Awards for social media, with journalism awards for column writing, investigative reporting, and business and economic news, and with the Newmann Award for “outstanding contribution to family, church, profession or country and whose courage and integrity are unquestionable.” She is also a fully professed Secular Carmelite. Recent book is about her journey of caring for her husband and what we can learn from her as we care for our family when they are sick or dying.

Practicing Catholic Show
Supporting Catholic Schools in the New Schoolyear (with Alison Dahlman)

Practicing Catholic Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 14:33


We're not the only ones making the leap from summer sun to fall festivities – our Catholic schools and Archdiocesan Office for the Mission of Catholic Education are back at it and raring to go! Filling us in on the back-to-school fun is Alison Dahlman, Associate Director of Educational Quality and Excellence for the Archdiocese. Alison, welcome to the show! https://www.archspm.org/omce/

Catholicism and Culture
The Desert is in My Heart: The Life of a Hermit with Fr. Mike Roebert

Catholicism and Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 38:56


Fr. Mike Roebert, a priest of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, talks about his life as a hermit, and the tradition of hermits.

Take2
2022-09-05 - Guest Michelle Laque Johnson

Take2

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 60:00


Author Michelle Laque Johnson has more than 30 years of journalism and communications experience, as Director of Communications for EWTN, as Editor-in-Chief for The Catholic Standard & Times in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, and as an Editor/Reporter for several national publications, including Investor's Business Daily. In her extensive career, Michelle has been honored multiple times with Gabriel Awards for social media, with journalism awards for column writing, investigative reporting, and business and economic news, and with the Newmann Award for “outstanding contribution to family, church, profession or country and whose courage and integrity are unquestionable.” She is also a fully professed Secular Carmelite. Recent book is about her journey of caring for her husband and what we can learn from her as we care for our family when they are sick or dying.

Catholic Saints & Feasts
September 5: Saint Teresa of Calcutta, Religious

Catholic Saints & Feasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 6:06


September 5: Saint Teresa of Calcutta, Religious1910–1997Optional Memorial; Liturgical Color: White (Mother Teresa is not on the Church's universal calendar but is included here due to her renown)Patron Saint of the Archdiocese of Calcutta, IndiaShe equals in generosity the great ‘Teresas' she emulatedAnjezë (Agnes) Gonxha Bojaxhiu was a tiny Albanian woman whose strong-as-iron faith served as a fulcrum to budge the world closer to God. She was born into a devout family in Skopje, in present day Macedonia. Her parent's marriage had been arranged, according to custom, and was happy and fruitful. The family was prosperous and regularly helped the poor and abandoned. There was seldom not a destitute person sharing the family table at lunchtime. Little Agnes benefited from the then recent reforms of Pope Saint Pius X lowering the age of First Holy Communion and thus received the Eucharist for the first time at the very young age of five and a half. After her father died young, Agnes' firm, loving, and religious mother had the greatest influence on her. The vibrant life of her local parish also impacted her faith. The priests there talked about the missionary work of the Church in far away lands, and Agnes internalized every word they spoke.Feeling the call to serve Christ and the Church, Agnes decided to become a nun with the Loretto Sisters who were based in Dublin, Ireland. So when she was eighteen, a large procession of family, classmates, and parishioners accompanied her to Skopje's train station. After tender farewells, everyone wept and waved handkerchiefs as the train slowly pulled out of the station, and Agnes leaned out the window and wept and waved her handkerchief back at them until the train disappeared around a bend. Agnes would never see her beloved mother again. In the convent, Agnes chose the name Thérèse in honor of the Saint of Lisieux. But another nun had already chosen that name, so Agnes became Teresa, spelling the name in the Spanish style. After learning the Rule of her Order and basic English, she sailed on the long voyage to India, arriving in Calcutta in January 1929. India would be her home for the rest of her life. Sister Teresa taught at a girls' primary school in Calcutta, taking final vows in 1937, and was known warmly as Mother Teresa. Due to her open personality, self-discipline, deep prayer life, organizational abilities, and native intelligence, she became the school principal in 1944. Everyone loved her, especially her students, and Mother Teresa was a contented nun doing important work for the Church. Her youthful zeal had been fulfilled. But then something happened to alter her life's course, something entirely unexpected. In 1946, while riding on a train to her annual retreat, Mother Teresa received her “call within a call.” Jesus told her, by mysterious means, that He desired her to serve Him in the poorest of the poor, who were so ignorant of Him and of His love. She must start a religious order.Two years of organizing passed until, in August 1948, Mother Teresa donned her famous white and blue sari for the first time. She left the comfort and predictability of the Loretto convent school for a hard life on the street among the slums of the poorest, hungriest, and dirtiest people in Calcutta. Her order, the Missionaries of Charity, was formally established in 1950 and drew its first sisters from among Mother Teresa's former students. The order soon exploded with growth and expanded internationally. Missionaries of Charity sisters worked with AIDS patients, the dying, the starving, in soup kitchens, orphanages, and directly with the poor lying in filthy gutters. By the time of her death in 1997, the Missionaries of Charity had over four thousand sisters serving in about one hundred and twenty countries. Mother Teresa became internationally famous, an icon of charity and peace, for all the right reasons. After her death it was revealed that she struggled to feel God's presence for much of her life but persevered in prayer and sacrifice nonetheless. She was constructed of steel, in perpetual motion, and operated on almost no food or sleep. All of her religious sisters are similarly indestructible. She was canonized by Pope Francis in 2016.Saint Mother Teresa, your generosity to the poor and destitute inspired millions. Your life of dedication to prayer, to the Church, and to the dignity of all life inspires us still. May we emulate your life of total service and total love by loving God first.

Catholic Women Preach
Bluetooth Christians with timone davis

Catholic Women Preach

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 14:13


Preaching for the Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time, timone davis offers a reflection on becoming "bluetooth Christians": "My call to live in Christ is not my parent's call, not my siblings' call, not my friends' call. It is MY call. And as such, I must move past what anyone else may think or say, hoist up my cross, and follow Christ." timone davis* is a cradle Catholic who was a “pewster” until she discovered that the uselessness of the Church was because she wasn't giving anything of herself. After committing to do something, her life changed. Her first ministry was with the RCIA, where she not only welcomed others into the Church, but also revitalized her own spirituality. After working for the Archdiocese of Chicago as the coordinator of ReCiL – Reclaiming Christ in Life Young Adult Ministry, timone launched PEACE centered WHOLENESS with her husband Orlando, where they are blending clinical counseling and spiritual companioning. In addition to running a business, timone is an assistant professor in the Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University Chicago. In her spare time, she serves as the treasurer of the National Institute for Ministry with Young Adults and Associate Convener of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium. *dr. timone davis uses lower case letters in the spelling of her name to indicate her willingness to embody the creedal assertion in John 3:30 in her everyday living.

The Morning Blend with David and Brenda
Called to Serve with Deacon Dave Arms

The Morning Blend with David and Brenda

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 20:44


Join Dina Marie as she speaks with Deacon Dave Arms of the Archdiocese of San Francisco on his journey into the Catholic Church and as a newly ordained permanent deacon. Deacon Dave and his son Steven Arms of Portland recently self-published a book together entitled: Milestone to Manhood: A Christian Rite of Passage to Help your 13-year-old Son Make the Leap from Boyhood to Manhood. To learn more visit: http://www.milestonetomanhood.com/ (www.milestonetomanhood.com) or https://sfarchdiocese.org/ (https://sfarchdiocese.org/). https://the-morning-blend.captivate.fm/ (Subscribe to the Morning Blend) on your favorite podcast platform. Find this show on the free https://materdeiradio.com/hail-mary-media-app/ (Hail Mary Media App), along with a radio live-stream, prayers, news, and more. Look through https://materdeiradio.com/category/morning-drive/ (past episodes) or https://forms.ministryforms.net/viewForm.aspx?formId=f861df13-50f6-4182-8712-b794ec287dfb (support this podcast). The Morning Blend is a production of https://materdeiradio.com/ (Mater Dei Radio) in Portland, Oregon.

Catholic News
September 1, 2022

Catholic News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 3:04


A daily news briefing from Catholic News Agency, powered by artificial intelligence. Ask your smart speaker to play “Catholic News,” or listen every morning wherever you get podcasts. www.catholicnewsagency.com - An American religious sister ministering in Burkina Faso who was kidnapped in April is free and safe after nearly five months of captivity, according to her congregation and the local diocese. Suellen Tennyson, 83, a New Orleans native, has served at a missionary outpost in northern Burkina Faso since 2014. She was abducted by unidentified armed men on April 5 from the small home she shared with two other members of her congregation, the Marianites of Holy Cross. Reportedly abducted without shoes, she also left behind her glasses and blood pressure medication. Sister Ann Lacour, the current Marianite congregational leader, confirmed August 30 that Tennyson is now safe and in the hands of US authorities. The FBI had issued a missing person notice for the sister, but until this week there had been no news of her location or condition. Tennyson is a former international leader of her congregation who was moved to start a missionary outpost in Burkina Faso after a 2011 visit to the country. Her congregation requested continued prayers for Tennyson's recovery, as well as privacy until she is ready to speak publicly about her ordeal. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/252176/abducted-american-religious-sister-freed-in-burkina-faso The Indiana Supreme Court ruled Wednesday upholding the dismissal of a Catholic school teacher who had contracted a same-sex marriage. The Archdiocese of Indianapolis commented that the court had “unanimously protected the Archdiocese of Indianapolis' right to ensure students and families receive an authentic Catholic education.” The lawsuit against the archdiocese was filed by Joshua Payne-Elliott, a former teacher at Cathedral High School in Indianapolis. In 2017, Payne-Elliott entered a same-sex marriage with another Catholic school teacher in the archdiocese, Layton Payne-Elliott. Archdiocesan policy states that Catholic schools must clearly state in their contracts and job descriptions that teachers must uphold and support the teachings of the Church in their lives. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/252178/indiana-supreme-court-backs-archdiocese-in-religious-freedom-case Former Soviet premier Mikhail Gorbachev's death on Tuesday revived shaky rumors that the last head of the communist and officially atheist Soviet Union was a Christian convert. While Gorbachev had been more friendly to religion than most of his predecessors, in March 2008 Gorbachev had to dispel claims he had become a Christian, saying that he has been and remains an atheist. Gorbachev and his wife Raisa had been baptized Christians in the Russian Orthodox Church, the two said in 1989, but they depicted this as part of normal family custom at the time of their births. They did not baptize their daughter. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/252180/mikhail-gorbachev-s-death-revives-unfounded-rumors-of-christian-conversion Today, the Church celebrates Saint Beatrice da Silva Meneses, a 15th century Portuguese noblewoman who founded the Congregation of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-beatrice-da-silva-meneses-581

Thinking Faith with Eric Gurash and Dr. Brett Salkeld
Summer Master Class On Eucharist - Part 7

Thinking Faith with Eric Gurash and Dr. Brett Salkeld

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 29:25


We continue our Summer Masterclass on the Eucharist featuring a series of talks previously delivered by Dr. Brett Salkeld for the Archdiocese of San Francisco. This week's episode will conclude the topic of Real Presence and Ecumenical dialogue. Show Snippet: "There's a misunderstanding that Catholics sometimes have that the reason protestants can't normally receive the Eucharist in a Catholic celebration of the Mass, is because they don't believe in Real Presence...that's not actually the reason."

Open Door Policy
Bonus Episode: The Impact of Catholic Schools

Open Door Policy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 21:16


The role of Catholic schools in unleashing the Gospel must not be underestimated. Archbishop Vigneron writes that, “Our catholic schools must be training grounds for future saints.” It's these training grounds where countless young people are invited to encounter Jesus, grapple with the tough questions, and grow into a wholehearted Christian worldview, where the dignity of the human person is consistently upheld. Listen to disciples in the Archdiocese who have been impacted by Catholic schools and have lent their gifts to the mission of Catholic education; and be inspired by Archbishop Vigneron's vision of allowing Catholic schools to be the heart of the evangelistic efforts of the Church. 00:00 We introduce today's topic of unleashing the Gospel through Catholic schools by referring to Archbishop Vigneron's strategic vision for Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Detroit, Unleashing our Catholic Schools and highlighting how Catholic schools play an integral role in unleashing the Gospel. 01:28 We revisit our conversation with Fr. David Pellican, chaplain at Divine Child High School. We hear his dream of creating an environment where young people can authentically encounter Jesus through their experience at school. Next, we hear from Marlon De La Torre, Director of Evangelization and Missionary Discipleship for the Archdiocese, who had a powerful encounter with Jesus during his time at Catholic school. He describes how, through Catholic school, he began to discover that God was real and had a plan for his life. 08:27 Guest, Eileen Newell, who serves on the Catholic Schools Council for the Archdiocese of Detroit, shares about how her Catholic school was a space where she could ask hard questions and find answers in her Catholic faith. She goes on to share how her experience was not just intellectual or religious, but was full of a rich community and oriented her towards her commitment to promoting Catholic schools even today. 13:37 We highlight that, at Catholic schools, each student is seen as a whole human person, a saint in the making. In a discussion with Beth Spizarny and Fr. Steve Pullis Associate Superintendent of Detroit Catholic Schools, Laura Knaus shares how, as an adult, she grew to deeply appreciate this aspect of Catholic schools: where she adopted a Catholic worldview, which holds each person as a reflection of God himself. 17:49 We highlight Archbishop Vigneron's desire that cost would not be a hindrance for any family seeking Catholic education for their children. Fr. Patrick Gonyeau and Eileen Newell reiterate this desire and they invite parents facing that challenge to seek solutions with other families, principals, and pastors, reiterating that a Catholic education is worth the investment, and a faith-filled education is worth our Church helping parents access for their children. 19:58 We reflect on the exciting mission of Catholic education and the 84 schools in the Archdiocese of Detroit that are doing this important work of evangelization. For more information on Detroit Catholic Schools, visit detroitcatholicschools.org.

EquipCast
Skill Demo 12: How to Prepare for the Unknown

EquipCast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 15:52


The culture is changing around us, and the things that used to grow the parish community no longer do. If we want to continue drawing others to Jesus, we must change the way we walk with people in the secular world. For most of us (dare I say ALL of us), this means venturing into the unknown. We are in uncharted territory and must figure out our way forward. Making this shift towards becoming a missional community means opening ourselves to the newness that God desires for us. It involves changing our habits, our processes, and even our expectations of what is possible. Many of us are good at leading others to places that we've already been. But, how do you lead when you've never been to that place yourself? I'm going to walk you through five principles for leading into the unknown. A Production of the Archdiocese of Omaha

Coaching Call
Andrew Safer is a mindfulness instructor

Coaching Call

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 52:58


My guest today is Andrew Safer, Andrew is a mindfulness instructor and trainer, his 5-minute meeting with the great Zen master Suzuki Roshi in 1968, inspired him to become a practitioner for the last 53 years. Andrew has been inspired for a lifetime! Several years later, he began practicing and studying in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition with the meditation master Chogyam Trungpa. Andrew became an authorized meditation instructor after completing training with Shambhala International in Halifax in 1993, and, in 2010, began presenting mindfulness workshops through the Family Life Bureau, Archdiocese of St. John's. He has developed and implemented applied mindfulness programs for anxiety and stress, depression, suicidal thoughts, and addictions, as well as for inmates, youth, and the workplace. Andrew has been leading a weekly meditation group since the Spring of 2011, and leads weekend meditation retreats in the Fall and Winter, and a week-long silent retreat in the Summer. He is a member of the faculty of the Atlantic Contemplative Centre in Halifax. In 2017, Andrew received the “Hope” award from Consumer Health Awareness Network of Newfoundland and Labrador (CHANNAL). He partners on mindfulness projects with: Canadian Mental Health Association—Newfoundland and Labrador, Memorial University (Dr. Janna Rosales, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science), and Professional Engineers and Geoscientists Newfoundland and Labrador. Andrew's book, Anxiety, Stress & Mindfulness: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Wellness, was published in 2018. He is the founder of Safer Mindfulness, Inc. Andrew has conducted mindfulness training workshops for groups ranging from inmates of Her Majesty's Penitentiary to police officers and civilians with the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, to managers of a regional health authority. If you enjoy the podcast, please subscribe and leave a short review on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen? It takes less than 60 seconds and it really helps. If you enjoyed this episode buy me a cup of coffee, make it a large: I'm trying to keep this episode free of advertisements and could use your help with the cost of bringing your this fun and entertaining podcast. Anything you can donate to the cause is greatly appreciated. To donate go to: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/sifuRafael Subscribe: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/coaching-call/id1546026323 Please leave a star rating and a review here Follow Coaching Call: Facebook: facebook.com/coachingcall Instagram: instagram.com/coachingcall Email: maxfitness@optonline.net LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/maxfitness Youtube: https://bit.ly/coachingcallYoutube to watch the full interview. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/coachingcall/message