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Dr Taylor Marshall Catholic Show
929: Creepy Artist Priest invited 2 nuns to “Trinity Three Way” – Protected by Francis? [Podcast]

Dr Taylor Marshall Catholic Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 33:04


The Jesuit priest Father Rupnik, 68, was a spiritual director of a convent in Slovenia and has created mosaics for churches including a papal chapel at the Vatican and the tomb of Padre Pio. He has been excommunicated and rehabilitated after his inappropriate involvement with at least nine nuns. The Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine […] The post 929: Creepy Artist Priest invited 2 nuns to “Trinity Three Way” – Protected by Francis? [Podcast] appeared first on Taylor Marshall.

Our Fake History
Episode #171- Who Was The African Samurai? (Part I)

Our Fake History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 77:20


Near the end of Japan's "Warring States" period a remarkable visitor arrived in the country with a group of European Jesuit missionaries. He was a soldier originally from East Africa acting as a bodyguard for the ranking Jesuit in Japan. The Japanese would come to know this man as Yasuke and through a surprising series of events he would go on to become the first non-Japanese person to be recognized as a Samurai. Unfortunately, sources concerning the life of Yasuke are few. With only a handful of primary sources and a few colorful legends how much can we know for sure about the African Samurai? Tune-in and find out how Indian slave-soldiers, brawling saints, and the Wu-Tang Clan all play a role in the story.   

Dan Snow's History Hit
The First Indigenous Americans in Europe

Dan Snow's History Hit

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 24:13


1492 marked the beginning of the Colombian Exchange - the transfer of people, goods, ideas and commodities across the Atlantic between Europe and the Americas. We hear a lot about the conquistadors, the settlers, Jesuit priests and colonisers from Spain, Portugal and Britain whose success in the 'New World' was built on the help and enslavement of indigenous people. But what of the indigenous peoples who made the journey in the opposite direction? Many travelled to Europe, some as slaves, others as courtiers, diplomats and even tourists.Author and Britain's only Aztec historian Caroline Dodds Pennock joins Dan to tell the stories of the Maya who first brought chocolate to the court of Isabella and Ferdinand, the Algonquin diplomats who travelled with Walter Raleigh and took residence in Elizabethan London and the Brazilian King who stopped by Hampton Court palace to see Henry VIII.Caroline's new book is called 'On Savage Shores: How Indigenous Americans Discovered Europe'Produced by Mariana Des Forges and edited by Dougal Patmore.If you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe to History Hit today!Download the History Hit app from the Google Play store.Download the History Hit app from the Apple Store. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Historiansplaining: A historian tells you why everything you know is wrong
UNLOCKED: Hist. of the U.S. in 100 Objects -- 18: Jesuit Brass Medallion with I. Loyola

Historiansplaining: A historian tells you why everything you know is wrong

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 26:19


--Made of brass, most likely in France, ca. 1720-1750 --1 inch long, with depictions of St. Ignatius Loyola & Saint Mary with Latin inscriptions --Found in ruins of Fort Michilimackinac; in collection of Mackinac State Historic Parks, Michigan A small brass religious medallion found in the house of a French fur trader inside a fortress on the remote Straits of Mackinac shows the immense power of small numbers of merchants and missionaries to control sprawling networks of diplomacy and trade, stretching from Europe all the way into the deep interior of North America, and to sway the course of wars and imperial power struggles. Special thanks to Mackinac State Historic Parks and Dr. Lynn Evans for their help in producing this lecture.

Tapestry from CBC Radio
Jesuits in space

Tapestry from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 54:01


Astrophysicist and Jesuit priest Adam Hincks shares the value he's found in studying both the Bible and the Big Bang.

The Politics & Punk Rock Podcast
Good Times, Good Friends, Good Music

The Politics & Punk Rock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 163:56


Andrew For America welcomes his good friends Sam Winchester, host of the According2Sam podcast, and Sam and Andrew's mutual friend the great Scott Rovello, who introduced Sam and Andrew over a decade ago.  They talk about TikTok, China, Lebron James, Kyrie Irving, Jerry Jones, Jesuit schools, San Diego local news, California in general, the NFL, college football, the “Minneapolis Miracle,” Aaron Rodgers does Ayahuasca, “fixing” sports and sports gambling, the problem with the younger generations, Draft Kings allows betting on professional wrestling, Deion Sanders as a head coach, Matt Taibbi and the Twitter Files, everything in life can be explained through a football or poker analogy, Whoopi Goldberg defends Blazing Saddles, Generation “Question Mark” is killing comedy, why does the establishment hate Trump so much, the “M” party (middle), and a whole lot more! The song selection is the song, “Friends From the Beginning” by the band Personal Crisis. Visit politicsandpunkrockpodcast.com and buy a t-shirt or donate to the show! Visit altmediaunited.com and check out all the awesome podcasts! Visit allegedlyrecords.com and check out all of the amazing punk rock artists! Visit patreon.com/andrewforamerica and become a "My Fellow American" subscriber for only $3 per month! Visit soundcloud.com/andrewforamerica1984 to check out Andrew's music!

Finding Mastery
Father Greg Boyle: Proof That Compassion Can Transform The World

Finding Mastery

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 67:26


Jesuit priest and founder of Homeboy Industries, Father Greg Boyle, guides us through the Homeboy Way - a life full of love, clarity, and unshakable goodness.More on Father Greg:Father Greg Boyle is an American Jesuit priest and the founder of Homeboy Industries, the largest gang-intervention, rehabilitation, and reentry program in the world.Each year over 10,000 former gang members and previously incarcerated people come through Homeboy Industries' doors where they are given hope, training, and support to redirect their lives and become contributing members of our community.Father Boyle is a recipient of the California Peace Prize, has been inducted into the California Hall of Fame, and was named a “Champion of Change” by President Obama in 2014. He is also the author of three acclaimed books, including his 2010 New York Times bestseller, Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion.Father Boyle is a rare example of someone who embodies altruism in its purest form – he is an emblem for hope, compassion, kinship, and the power of second chances. I hope this conversation leaves you feeling more connected to the humanity in each of us, and inspired to lift others up in your community as well.-----You can also watch this - and every - conversation on our YouTube channel.Connect with us on our Instagram.For more information and shownotes from every episode, head to findingmastery.net.-----Please support our partners!We're able to keep growing and creating content for YOU because of their support. We believe in their mission and would appreciate you supporting them in return!!To take advantage of deals from our partners, head to http://www.findingmastery.net/partners where you'll find all discount links and codes mentioned in the podcast.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders
Fr. David McCallum, Ed.D. - We Are Varied, Dimensionally Complex Creatures

Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 51:31 Transcription Available


David McCallum, S.J., Ed.D is a Jesuit priest and leadership educator. He serves as the founding Executive Director of the Program for Discerning Leadership, a special project of the General Curia of the Society of Jesus, Georgetown, and the Gregorian University. The Program provides leadership formation for senior Vatican officials and major superiors of religious orders in Rome, Italy, and internationally. He is a facilitator for mission-driven, personal and organizational development programs, provides developmentally informed executive coaching, and delivers leadership development programs and spiritual retreats internationally. He co-founded the Contemplative Leaders in Action program (CLA), an initiative of the Office for Ignatian Spirituality (USA East Coast Province), as well as the Global Jesuit Case Series, the Mission Integration Institute at the University of San Diego, and the Ignatian Leadership Program for the Conference of European Provincials of the Society of Jesus.Currently, Fr. McCallum lives in Rome and serves as a member of the Secretariat for the Synod of Bishops Commission on Methodology, supporting the Synodal process initiative by Pope Francis, and as adjunct faculty in the Institute for Anthropology, Interdisciplinary Studies of Human Dignity and Care (IADC) at the Pontifical Gregorian University.A Quote From This Episode"We are all on that journey of trying to show up as our better selves. But the reality is that our context and the conditions in which we're situated are constantly squeezing our developmental capacity."Resources Mentioned in This EpisodeBook: Numbskull in the Theatre of Inquiry: Transforming Self, Friends, Organizations, and Social Science by TorbertBook:  Leaving the Ghost Light Burning: Illuminating Fallback in Embrace of the Fullness of You by LivesayBook: Generative Knowing: Principles, Methods, and Dispositions of an Emerging Adult Learning Theory by Nicolaides 360 Tool: The Leadership CircleMore About Series Co-Host, Dr. Jonathan ReamsJonathan's WebsiteBook: Maturing Leadership: How Adult Development Impacts LeadershipArticle: A Brief Overview of Developmental TheoryAbout  Scott J. AllenWebsiteMy Approach to HostingThe views of my guests do not constitute "truth." Nor do they reflect my personal views in some instances. However, they are important views to be aware of. Nothing can replace your own research and exploration.About The International Leadership Association (ILA)The ILA was created in 1999 to bring together professionals interested in the study, practice, and teaching of leadership. 

The Terry & Jesse Show
17 Jan 23 – Cardinal Pell Warns Bishops About a Litany of Problems Within the Church

The Terry & Jesse Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 51:06


Today's Topics: 1) Gospel - Mk 2:23-28 - As Jesus was passing through a field of grain on the sabbath, His disciples began to make a path while picking the heads of grain. At this the Pharisees said to Him, "Look, why are they doing what is unlawful on the sabbath?" He said to them, "Have you never read what David did when he was in need and he and his companions were hungry? How he went into the house of God when Abiathar was high priest and ate the bread of offering that only the priests could lawfully eat, and shared it with his companions?" Then He said to them, "The sabbath was made for man, not man for the sabbath. That is why the Son of Man is Lord even of the sabbath." Memorial of Saint Anthony, Abbott Saint Anthony, pray for us! Bishop Sheen quote of the day 2) Cardinal Pell is Demos https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/habemus-demos 3) Pope Francis does to Georg Gänswein what the Jesuits did to him in Buenos Aires: Pack up and leave https://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2023/01/francis-does-to-georg-ganswein-what.html?m=1 4) Roe is gone! Jeanne Mancini, President of the March for Life, explains where the fight continues and why we must keep standing up for human life https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhSwnAT_JJ4&list=PLgAZcUWx9pPzU0a6Ahi4R7mCFrNM-u_G_&index=3

Elawvate
Winning Verdicts and Championing Causes with Brent Walker

Elawvate

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 53:41


Join Ben (https://gideonasen.com/our-team/benjamin-gideon/) and Rahul (https://www.psbr.law/ravipudi.html) for their conversation with renowned Dallas, Texas trial lawyer, Brent Walker, one half of the firm Aldous & Walker.  Brent talks about growing up with a trial lawyer mother and his journey to partner with legendary Texas trial lawyer Charla Aldous.  Brent discusses how the two of them have built a firm focused on individual clients and taking on important causes, like Texas' challenge to school mask mandates and sexual assault at a Jesuit school.  Brent describes how he and Charla have teamed up at trial to achieve an incredible string of verdicts in a diverse set of cases.  This is a great episode that you won't want to miss. About Brent Walker Sharp. Protective. Trial Attorney.   Some attorneys focus on different areas of law, building a practice around specific kinds of cases and concentrating on them. But I don't work like that. Instead, I try all kinds of cases. My job as a Dallas trial attorney is to go into court and stand up for my clients, whether the client is a person with a personal injury case or a corporation locked in a legal battle with another business. Whatever your case, I can plead your cause in court.   The experience of representing individuals and businesses as both plaintiffs and defendants gives me a unique perspective and helps me better serve clients of the firm. At the same time, my extensive appellate experience allows me to work on cases before and during trial with an eye toward possible issues in the event of an appeal.   Courtroom Experience   Before coming to work with Charla and the team at Aldous Walker—then Aldous Walker—I worked at one of Dallas' leading healthcare law firms, as well as one of the nation's leading personal injury firms. Over the years, I've gained significant experience in personal injury cases involving catastrophic injuries and wrongful death, as well as commercial litigation claims involving breach of contract and misappropriation of trade secrets.   But the most important thing to remember is not that I've tried this kind of case or that, but that I have, in fact, taken them to trial. I've stood up in court, argued cases to judges and juries, and persuaded them to my clients' point of view. In an age where some young attorneys never even see the inside of a courtroom, that makes me rather unique.  

Ba'al Busters Broadcast
Mighty Quinn: Quinton Heisler and I have a Very Awesome Discussion

Ba'al Busters Broadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 103:51


https://vimeo.com/693725158 to get to Quinton Heisler's channelNote: I do consider myself to be similar to a Christian, but I despise labels. Jesus wasn't a Christian. There were no Christians then, save certain sects of gnostics, not all, who were later deemed "pre-Christian." There's room for Gnosis and Christianity in the same spirit-body. Further Note: I do not share the sentiment about the Reformation being a psyop. I believe we are still deep in the Counter-Reformation war and it plays out through infiltrated government agencies, the Vatican, and is specifically bent on making all Americans pay for their attempt at self-sovereignty away from the church. The Roman Empire is alive and well, rebranded as a religion, and the Vatican Assassins (Jesuits) see all as the enemy to either eradicate or subjugate. Who's been the loudest voice in world affairs surrounding CoroNOvirvs? Pope Francis, the Jesuit. In Behold a Pale Horse it's shown that the Vatican wants all to be mindless servants with no individuality and a computer to give them their instructions. That falls right in line with World Economic Forum desires, and Elon Musk's Neurolink, Starlink, Kill grids, 5G, etc.HELP THE SHOW: https://GiveSendGo.com/BaalBustersor https://paypal.me/BaalBustersor https://tipeeestream.com/baal-busters/donationGet Healthy and Independent: https://riseupintohealth.com/?=ndhealthSubscribe to my Rumble Channel: https://rumble.com/c/c-1121444Full Channel: https://BaalBuster.JoshWhoTV.comTelegram: https://t.me/BaalBustersStudiosTik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@baalbusters (shadow banned)Twitter: https://twitter.com/DisguiseLimitsFREE Roku TV channel: https://channelstore.roku.com/details/a44cff88b32c2fcc7e090320c66c4d09/baal-busters-broadcast New Years Resolution? Resolve to be Resolute in attaining your goals! Have lasting success the only way you can. By doing it naturally. Click the Link and Learn what the established medical profession does not know. "My people perish [suffer] for a lack of knowledge." https://riseupintohealth.com/?=ndhealthDr Glidden has 34 years of natural, root cause addressing expertise to share with you. Go there. Don't wait. Begin your new year by becoming a New You. I did it, and that's why, and only why I recommend it. It helped me profoundly.To help Ba'al Busters stay going and improve the equipment go here: https://GiveSendGo.com/BaalBusters It's always appreciated.For COPPERINE which my whole family uses, go here: https://BioChemScience.com and use BB2022 for Free ShippingLove Hot Sauce? Go Here! I make it: https://SemperFryLLC.comThe guests and topics I'm focusing on are my effort to provide you with tools to help protect yourself and your loved ones, keep them healthy, or get them healthier, and improve your quality of life. I'm doing this out of care. I like a good mystery, and history is one of those mysteries that ties in with the present and can also serve as a helpful tool in understanding the threats to our families imposed by the predators in high places. There's a point and purpose behind every episode, and occasionally some entertainment and humor to enhance it.

Catholic News
January 13, 2023

Catholic News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 3:40


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 - Catholics in Argentina are being invited to celebrate “with joy and fervor” the 10th anniversary of the election of Pope Francis as the successor of Saint Peter. Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, then archbishop of Buenos Aires, was elected pontiff on March 13, 2013, on the second day of the conclave following the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI. Francis is the first Latin American pope and the first Jesuit to serve as pontiff in the history of the Catholic Church. In a letter, the Argentine bishops, headed by Bishop Óscar Ojea, encouraged the dioceses of Argentina to join the celebrations from March 11–19, marking the 10th anniversary of the start of Pope Francis' Petrine ministry, in order to “renew along with our holy faithful People of God the affection” for the Holy Father. The prelates noted that “this profound affection” is not only shared by members of the Catholic Church but also “by a huge number of people, believers and nonbelievers, who value his leadership.” https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/253335/church-in-argentina-to-celebrate-10th-anniversary-of-pope-francis-election-to-papacy Among the latest in an ongoing series of attacks on Catholic churches in the United States, Saint Mary Catholic Church in Escondido, California, has been vandalized three times since Christmas. Father Scott Herrera, the church's pastor, told CNA Thursday that he believes the vandal, who was caught on security cameras in all three incidents, is the same person. Herrera said that police notified him that a suspect was apprehended in connection with the vandalism. The suspect's identity, however, has not been revealed yet to the church. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/253339/california-church-vandalized-three-times-since-christmas-suspect-apprehended The US House of Representatives on Wednesday passed a resolution condemning recent attacks of vandalism, violence, and destruction against pro-life facilities, groups, and churches, and called on the Biden administration to investigate and prosecute the crimes. House Resolution 1233 affirms “the sanctity of life and the important role pro-life facilities, groups, and churches play in supporting pregnant women, infants, and families.” The resolution also calls on the Biden administration to “use all appropriate law enforcement authorities to uphold public safety and to protect the rights of pro-life facilities, groups, and churches.” The resolution comes in response to a growing number of pro-abortion attacks targeting churches and pro-life pregnancy centers in the United States. Since May 2022, CNA has tracked and mapped more than 100 incidents of pro-abortion vandalism across the US, including at least 56 at pregnancy centers and 33 at churches of various denominations. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/253334/us-house-passes-resolution-condemning-attacks-on-pro-life-centers-and-churches Today, the Church celebrates Saint Hilary of Poitiers, a fourth-century philosopher whose studies made him a champion of Orthodox Trinitarian theology during one of the most difficult periods of Church history. He protected the Church and its members by brilliantly defending the sacred humanity of Jesus while also defeating Arianism which denied Christ's placement within the Trinity. Saint Hilary was a gentle and courteous man, devoted to writing some of the greatest theology on the Trinity. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-hilary-of-poitiers-115

Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Thursday, January 12, 2023

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 Transcription Available


Full Text of ReadingsThursday of the First Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 308The Saint of the day is Saint Marguerite BourgeoysSaint Marguerite Bourgeoys' Story “God closes a door and then opens a window,” people sometimes say when dealing with their own disappointment or someone else's. That was certainly true in Marguerite's case. Children from European as well as Native American backgrounds in 17th-century Canada benefited from her great zeal and unshakable trust in God's providence. Born the sixth of 12 children in Troyes, France, Marguerite at the age of 20 believed that she was called to religious life. Her applications to the Carmelites and Poor Clares were unsuccessful. A priest friend suggested that perhaps God had other plans for her. In 1654, the governor of the French settlement in Canada visited his sister, an Augustinian canoness in Troyes. Marguerite belonged to a sodality connected to that convent. The governor invited her to come to Canada and start a school in Ville-Marie (eventually the city of Montreal). When she arrived, the colony numbered 200 people with a hospital and a Jesuit mission chapel. Soon after starting a school, she realized her need for coworkers. Returning to Troyes, she recruited a friend, Catherine Crolo, and two other young women. In 1667, they added classes at their school for Indian children. A second trip to France three years later resulted in six more young women and a letter from King Louis XIV, authorizing the school. The Congregation of Notre Dame was established in 1676 but its members did not make formal religious profession until 1698 when their Rule and constitutions were approved. Marguerite established a school for Indian girls in Montreal. At the age of 69, she walked from Montreal to Quebec in response to the bishop's request to establish a community of her sisters in that city. By the time she died, she was referred to as the “Mother of the Colony.” Marguerite was canonized in 1982. Reflection It's easy to become discouraged when plans that we think that God must endorse are frustrated. Marguerite was called not to be a cloistered nun but to be a foundress and an educator. God had not ignored her after all. Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media

Ba'al Busters Broadcast
Mike Adams Interviews Baal Busters on HRR

Ba'al Busters Broadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 41:07


https://GiveSendGo.com/BaalBusters or https://paypal.me/BaalBustersGet Healthy and Independent: https://riseupintohealth.com/?=ndhealthSubscribe to my Rumble Channel: https://rumble.com/c/c-1121444 Full Channel: https://BaalBuster.JoshWhoTV.com Telegram: https://t.me/BaalBustersStudios Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@baalbusters (shadow banned) Twitter: https://twitter.com/DisguiseLimits FREE Roku TV channel: https://channelstore.roku.com/details/a44cff88b32c2fcc7e090320c66c4d09/baal-busters-broadcast New Years Resolution? Resolve to be Resolute in attaining your goals! Have lasting success the only way you can. By doing it naturally. Click the Link and Learn what the established medical profession does not know. "My people perish [suffer] for a lack of knowledge." https://riseupintohealth.com/?=ndhealth Dr Glidden has 34 years of natural, root cause addressing expertise to share with you. Go there. Don't wait. Begin your new year by becoming a New You. I did it, and that's why, and only why I recommend it. It helped me profoundly. To help Ba'al Busters stay going and improve the equipment go here: https://GiveSendGo.com/BaalBusters It's always appreciated. For COPPERINE which my whole family uses, go here: https://BioChemScience.com and use BB2022 for Free Shipping Love Hot Sauce? Go Here! I make it: https://SemperFryLLC.com https://rumble.com/v250qc2-mike-adams-interviews-baal-busterss-daniel-k-history-of-deception.html

AMDG: A Jesuit Podcast
Learning From Pope Benedict XVI's Post-Papacy With Historian Christopher Bellitto

AMDG: A Jesuit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 37:02


Over the past couple of weeks, there have been countless reflections on the life and work of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, highlighting his rich theological writings and his decades of church service and even some of the challenging moments he faced before, during and after his papacy. He was a complex man with so much experience. Let us pray that he might rest in the peace of Christ forever. Whenever a world-historical event happens related to the papacy, host Mike Jordan Laskey likes to call up his friend Dr. Christopher Bellitto, Ph.D. Chris is a medievalist, a church historian and a professor of history at Kean University in New Jersey. He's a frequent media commentator on church history and contemporary Catholicism, and you might have seen him quoted in recent days in the Washington Post, CNN, NBC and other outlets. He always brings the long view to current events as a scholar of history. Chris talked about the history of papal resignations and what lessons the church might learn from how Benedict's post-papacy unfolded. He also talked a bit about the history of Jesuit superior general resignations, and teased his upcoming book from Georgetown University Press titled “Humility: The Secret History of a Lost Virtue.” Learn more about Dr. Bellitto: https://sites.google.com/a/kean.edu/christopher-m-bellitto-ph-d/ AMDG is a production of the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States. https://www.jesuits.org/ https://beajesuit.org/ twitter.com/jesuitnews facebook.com/Jesuits instagram.com/wearethejesuits youtube.com/societyofjesus

STRIVECast
Season 5, Episode 15: Caro Woodard, a Jesuit Volunteer

STRIVECast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 34:24


On today's episode of the #STRIVECast, the team talks with Caro Woodard, a Jesuit Volunteer who is spending her year at Cheverus High School! Caro tells us about her role at Cheverus as well as what it's like to be a JV! Thanks for joining us, Caro!  Also in this episode, Noel gives dating tips and Jeff answers a listener question about time traveling! Do you have guest suggestions or other ideas for the team? Message us here! Happy listening!

Ba'al Busters Broadcast
Niish and Daniel Challenge the Realm for Answers

Ba'al Busters Broadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 139:44


Today I welcomed back my friend and popular podcast host Niish to discuss a component to our human experience I don't cover often. It's the realm of the Esoteric, the spiritual, the Aether, the unseen, the Gnosis. Dark "stuff" is happening, and it is up to those who sense its true nature to do something about it. Ever wonder just who you are? Ever question whether maybe what we are told is evil is really a Man in the Iron Mask scenario? Where the bad "king" has placed an ugly mask over the face of the true heroic one? Niish is the host of Cosmic Salon and Premadonnas of the Gutter podcastsSupport her efforts here: https://www.patreon.com/niish/Get Healthy and Independent: https://riseupintohealth.com/?=ndhealthSubscribe to my Rumble Channel: https://rumble.com/c/c-1121444Full Channel: https://BaalBuster.JoshWhoTV.comTelegram: https://t.me/BaalBustersStudiosTik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@baalbusters (shadow banned)Twitter: https://twitter.com/DisguiseLimits FREE Roku TV channel: https://channelstore.roku.com/details/a44cff88b32c2fcc7e090320c66c4d09/baal-busters-broadcast New Years Resolution? Resolve to be Resolute in attaining your goals! Have lasting success the only way you can. By doing it naturally. Click the Link and Learn what the established medical profession does not know. "My people perish [suffer] for a lack of knowledge."https://riseupintohealth.com/?=ndhealthDr Glidden has 34 years of natural, root cause addressing expertise to share with you. Go there. Don't wait. Begin your new year by becoming a New You. I did it, and that's why, and only why I recommend it. It helped me profoundly.To help Ba'al Busters stay going and improve the equipment go here: https://GiveSendGo.com/BaalBusters It's always appreciated.For COPPERINE which my whole family uses, go here: https://BioChemScience.com and use BB2022 for Free ShippingLove Hot Sauce? Go Here! I make it: https://SemperFryLLC.com

Deplorable Nation
Deplorable Nation Ep 127 Warped World with Amy

Deplorable Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 97:59


So excited to be joined today by the beautiful and talented Amy to discuss a disturbing little package of lies, deceit, and agendas. We discuss project monarch and satanism, the Jesuit order, the Persian empire, The Knights Templar, the banking industry, China, the NWO, and much more.  This one is mind-blowing!  Follow her on IG @amysrearch  

Revolutionize Your Retirement Radio
The Spirituality of Age with Bob Weber and Carol Orsborn

Revolutionize Your Retirement Radio

Play Episode Play 47 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 55:57


As we enter the years beyond midlife, our quest for an approach to aging takes on added urgency and becomes even more relevant in our daily lives. Empowering a new generation of seekers to view aging as a spiritual path, authors Robert Weber and Carol Orsborn reveal that by engaging with the difficult questions about loss, meaning, and mortality -- questions, we can no longer put off or ignore --that we continue to grow. In fact, the realization of our full spiritual potential comes about not by avoiding the challenges aging brings our way but by working through them.In this episode, you'll discover:The spiritual path is wide, and the spiritual tent is very large. If religion assists your spiritual growth in aging, be grateful. If you are spiritual but not religious, be grateful and continue to seek the path of spiritual opportunities inherent in your aging.You, readers and listeners, are invited to grapple with the same 25 questions as the authors and to "live the questions" until you live your way through to your own answer, hopefully, encouraged by Bob and Carol's conversational and candid style, their insightful and compassionate guidance, and their anecdotes, inspirational readings, and spiritual exercises.Grow whole and resilient, learning not only learn to cope--but also to soar - by engaging deeply with both the shadow and light sides of your own aging experience and by discovering that the spiritual opportunities of your life occur, not in spite of, but because of what you are facing and living.About Bob Weber:Recipient of the American Society on Aging's 2014 Religion, Spirituality, and Aging Award, Robert L. Weber, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of Psychology, part-time at Harvard Medical School and a former Jesuit. He also serves as a Massachusetts General Hospital's Department of Psychiatry faculty member. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he has a psychological practice.About Carol Orsborn: Carol Orsborn, Ph.D., is the founder and editor-in-chief of Fierce with Age: The Digest of Boomer Wisdom, Inspiration, and Spirituality. The author of more than 20 books for and about the Boomer generation and popular blogs on Huffington Post, PBS's NextAvenue.net, and BeliefNet.com, Carol has a doctorate in the History and Criticism of Religion served on the faculties of Georgetown University and Loyola Marymount University. She lives in Madison, Tennessee.Get in touch with Bob Weber and Carol Orsborn:Buy Bob and Carol's book: https://revolutionizeretirement.com/spirituality Visit Bob and Carol's website: http://spiritualityofage.com/What to do next: Click to grab our free guide, 10 Key Issues to Consider as You Explore Your Retirement Transition Please leave a review at Apple Podcasts. Join our Revolutionize Your Retirement group on Facebook.

Catholic School Matters
James Martin, SJ

Catholic School Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 30:35


Returning to the Catholic School Matters podcast is Jesuit priest James Martin, SJ. Fr. Martin and Dr. Tim Uhl discuss how to respond to criticism and remain faithful to the Church. Martin also shares stories from his recent meeting with Pope Francis. #catholicschoolmatters

The Michael J. Matt Show
SPIRITUAL HOLOCAUST: Wisconsin Bishop 'just following orders'

The Michael J. Matt Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 34:42


In this episode of the Remnant Underground, Michael Matt comments on the good news that NFL football star, Damar Hamlin, has resumed consciousness. So now is it okay to ask a few questions? The Bishop of La Crosse, Wisconsin shuts down the most thriving community in his diocese. Why? Because the pope told him to, and he's just “following orders.” But haven't we heard that excuse before? Meanwhile, the personal secretary of Pope Benedict XVI confirms that Pope Francis's Davos-pleasing crackdown on faithful Catholics “broke Pope Benedict's heart.” Given that many bishops had no problem ignoring Pope Benedict's motu proprio Summorum Pontificum – which freed the Latin Mass – why couldn't a good bishop today just ignore Francis's motu proprio Traditionis Custodes – which seeks to cancel it?  Finally, yet another scandal rocks the Vatican, and the pope gets caught honoring a disgraced Jesuit priest credibly accused of having sexually abused several religious sisters.  Once again, Michael calls on good bishops to open their eyes to what's really going on here: If you want to build a New World Order you've got to crush the old one first. With the help of Francis the Globalist, that's exactly what's happening. The question is: Will the bishops do anything to stop it?   Whether you're Catholic or not, what's happening inside the Vatican right now will impact your world for years to come.  Will no one try to stop Pope Francis's Great Reset of Christianity? Order Michael Matt's Great-grandfather's New Book Here: https://shop.remnantnewspaper.com/index.php/remnant-shop/remnant-shop/league-of-the-sacred-heart/letters-to-a-protestant-friend-detail Sign up for Michael Matt's Weekly E-Letter: https://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/subscribe-today/free-remnant-updates Follow Michael Matt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Michael_J_Matt Subscribe to The Remnant Newspaper, print and/or digital versions available: https://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/subscribe-today Listen to Michael Matt's podcasts:SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/1AdkCDFfR736CqcGw2Uvd0APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-michael-j-matt-show/id1563298989 Stay Connected to RTV: Subscribe to The Remnant Newspaper, print and/or digital versions available: https://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/subscribe-today

Deception on SermonAudio
Beware of False Anti-Jesuit Quotes (Dangers of Disinformation)

Deception on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 62:00


A new MP3 sermon from Sound the Battle Cry is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Beware of False Anti-Jesuit Quotes (Dangers of Disinformation) Speaker: Nate Broadcaster: Sound the Battle Cry Event: Podcast Date: 1/8/2023 Bible: Proverbs 15:28 Length: 62 min.

The History of China
#247 - Ming 32: State On the Wane

The History of China

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 33:37


As Ming China enters the 16th century, the Wanli Emperor, his ministers, a new canal, Portuguese & Spanish explorers, the usual gaggle of Chinese neighbors, the Philippines, the Christian Church, The White Lotus, and - of course - the Jesuits all start becoming one another problems... Time Period Covered: ~1600-1617 CE Major Historical Figures: MING: The Wanli Emperor (Zhu Yizhun) [r. 1572-1620] Li Zhi, persecuted Neo-Confucian philosopher [1527–1602] Li Rusong, Ming Commander in Chief [d. 1598] Wang Yangming, Master of the "School of the Mind" [1472–1529] Wang Zhicai, politician & assaultee [d. 16??] Zhang Zha, the "Attack With the Club" Intruder [d. 1617] OTHERS: Limahong (Lin Feng), Pirate Leader out of Manila [1499-1574] Wang Wang Gao, Ming Captian/Spanish Liason [15??] Fr. Martin de Rada [1533-1578] Nurhaci, Mysterious Aisin Gyoro Leader [1559- 1626] Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Outside the Walls
Fr. Sean Hagerty, SJ - Discerning Your Vocation (Live at SEEK23)

Outside the Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 56:06


Fr. Sean Hagerty, SJ, is the vocation promoter for the UEA Province. That means that Fr. Hagerty is responsible for accompanying men who are discerning a life in the Society of Jesus. He joined the Jesuits in 2012, after having served in the U.S. army. He has ministered in prisons, campus ministries and hospitals, and conducted research into just war, moral injury and the reintegration of soldiers into the Catholic community. He was just ordained a priest in 2022. We spoke with him about the process of discernment live from St. Louis at SEEK23 put on by FOCUS. 

The Jesus Show (not that one)

Happy New Year!!! Welcome back to the show. It is 2023 and let us kick this year off right. This weeks episode is a short one. Come listen to what I talk about. Tell me what you think of my last thought in the show. Do you agree? Sit back, relax and enjoy the show.Instagram: @TheJesusShowNTOFacebook: The Jesus Show not that oneTikTok: @thejesusshownotthatoneYouTube: The Jesus Show not that oneEmail: TheJesusShowNTO@gmail.com

Shine Bright Like the Firmament
We Are Not Enemies

Shine Bright Like the Firmament

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 34:35


In this episode, Madeline chats with Argentinian Jesuit astronomer Fr. José Funes, SJ. During their conversation, they discuss the inspiration of NASA astronauts landing on the Moon, studying astronomy in his undergrad, his PhD work in Padua, his time as director of the Vatican Observatory, the phenomenal skies of Argentina, how he ended up as a Jesuit, an encounter with the man who would become Pope Francis, his work with the star formation legend Ron Kennicutt, what his Jesuit formation was like, the equal importance of the humanities, what a typical day is like for him, sports and their analogy to faith, his favorite ways to pray, and so much more!During the course of their conversation, they make many references that you can explore more. Some of the references include the National Statuary Hall,  NGC 5128/Centaurus A, The Odyssey and The Iliad by Homer, The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri, Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, the short stories of Jorge Luis Borges, episode 19 of the Father and Dad podcast, and the Footprints in the Sand poem.Feel free to like, subscribe, and share the episode! Follow us on Instagram! @sbltfpodcastDon't forget to go out there, and be a light to this world!

Bedroom Beethovens
177: Marco Pavé

Bedroom Beethovens

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 52:11


Memphis Hip-Hop artist Marco Pavé has forged a twin identity as a champion of independent Southern Hip-Hop and as an educator and arts advocate working to stimulate community activism and entrepreneurship through the lens of hip hop music and culture. We chat about growing up and being born and raised in North Memphis, and how Pavè started rapping seriously to articulate the dangerous day-to-day realities of his neighborhood. A day before his 30th birthday he was nominated for a Grammy Award for the album, “Requiem for the Enslaved,” which is a composition that pays homage to 272 African Americans, formerly enslaved by the Jesuits at what would become Georgetown University, then sold by the university to help pay debts and keep the school afloat. That's where i come in to curate a conversation that finds him grammy nominated in the very beginning of his 30s, has built an unprecedented career that uses Hip-Hop culture not only as a means of personal expression, but also as an educational tool designed to make an impact on both individuals and systems of power. Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens

Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Tuesday, January 3, 2023

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 Transcription Available


Full Text of ReadingsChristmas Weekday Lectionary: 206The Saint of the day is Most Holy Name of JesusThe Story of the Most Holy Name of Jesus Although Saint Paul might claim credit for promoting devotion to the Holy Name because Paul wrote in Philippians that God the Father gave Christ Jesus “that name that is above every name” (see 2:9), this devotion became popular because of 12th-century Cistercian monks and nuns but especially through the preaching of Saint Bernardine of Siena, a 15th-century Franciscan. Bernardine used devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus as a way of overcoming bitter and often bloody class struggles and family rivalries or vendettas in Italian city-states. The devotion grew, partly because of Franciscan and Dominican preachers. It spread even more widely after the Jesuits began promoting it in the 16th century. In 1530, Pope Clement V approved an Office of the Holy Name for the Franciscans. In 1721, Pope Innocent XIII extended this feast to the entire Church. Reflection Jesus died and rose for the sake of all people. No one can trademark or copyright Jesus' name. Jesus is the Son of God and son of Mary. Everything that exists was created in and through the Son of God (see Colossians 1:15-20). The name of Jesus is debased if any Christian uses it as justification for berating non-Christians. Jesus reminds us that because we are all related to him we are, therefore, all related to one another. Start the new year prayerfully! Subscribe to Pause+Pray! Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media

Project Zion Podcast
A20 | Awaken to God's Presence | Teach Me to Listen

Project Zion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 8:48


Minister Tyler Marz takes us through a Jesuit prayer to start us off in 2023! Host: Tyler Marz

Catholic Saints & Feasts
January 3: The Most Holy Name of Jesus

Catholic Saints & Feasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 5:44


January 3: The Most Holy Name of JesusOptional Memorial; Liturgical Color: WhiteNames are powerful, and none is more powerful than JesusMary and Joseph did not sit across from each other at the kitchen table in the evenings debating a name for their child. They didn't flip through the pages of a book of saints or bounce ideas off of their friends and family. The baby's name was chosen for them by God Himself. They were just taking orders. The Archangel Gabriel announced to Mary, “And now, you will conceive in your womb and bear a son, and you will name him Jesus” (Lk 1:31). And Joseph had a dream in which the angel told him, "...you are to name him Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins" (Mt 1:21). The Gospel of Luke further relates that “After eight days had passed, it was time to circumcise the child; and he was called Jesus, the name given by the angel before he was conceived in the womb" (Lk 2:21). Jesus was named eight days after Christmas, January 3. The New Testament is filled with incidents where the name of Jesus is invoked to drive out devils, cure illnesses, and perform miracles. The Holy Name is explicitly exalted by Saint Paul: "...at the name of Jesus every knee should bend, in heaven and on earth and under the earth" (Phil 2:10). Jesus reinforces the power of His own name in St. John's Gospel: "...if you ask anything of the Father in my name, he will give it to you" (Jn 16:23).“Jesus” was the given name of the Son of Mary, while “Christ” was a title. “Christ” is the Greek form of the Hebrew “Messiah,” meaning the “Anointed One.” “Jesus the Christ” was the original formula for describing the Son of Mary. But over time, “The Christ” became simply “Christ,” as if it were His last name. The name of the God of the Old Testament was holy, not to be written out, nor to be casually spoken. Invoking “Yahweh” could be so egregious a sin as to provoke the tearing of the hearer's shirt in protest and repentance. Jewish law on God's holy name is enshrined in the second commandment: “Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord Thy God in vain.” This commandment prohibited the swearing of false oaths, that is, calling upon God as your witness and then making false statements. The opposite of a solemn oath is invoking the name of God to damn someone or something: a curse—the inversion of a blessing.Saint Bernardine of Siena, an electrifying Franciscan preacher of the early fifteenth century, was the saint who most spread devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus. He ingeniously depicted the Holy Name with the well-known monogram “IHS,” derived from the Greek letters forming the word “Jesus.” In the sixteenth century, the Jesuits built on this tradition and utilized the “IHS” to embellish their churches, even making it the emblem of their Society. The mother church of all Jesuit churches, in Rome, is officially named in honor of the Most Holy Name of Jesus, although its name is commonly shortened to simply “The Jesus.” There is raw power in the name Jesus. It makes polite company cringe. It divides families. It floats across the dinner table, letting everyone know exactly where you stand. A comfortable, vague euphemism like “the man upstairs” or “the big guy” just won't do. “Jesus” does not convey an idea that everyone can interpret as they wish. It's someone's name. And that someone taught, suffered, died, rose from the dead, ascended into heaven, and is seated at the right hand of the Father in heaven.Some people don't like their names and seek to legally change them or to use a nickname instead. Names convey meanings. “Thor” sounds like a mythical god carrying a hammer, “Vesuvius” sounds like a boiling volcano about to erupt, and a “ziggurat” sounds like a zig-zaggy desert temple. The name “Jesus” sounds like a God-man beyond reproach. A child, when once asked to define love, said that “when someone loves you, the way they say your name is different. Your name is safe in their mouth.” The Holy Name of Jesus should be safe in our mouths even when we're not receiving Holy Communion.Son of Mary, may our same tongues that receive Your Holy Body and Blood prepare themselves for Your visit by saying Your Holy Name with great reverence. And may we not refrain from invoking that same Holy Name in our daily conversations with all whom we meet.

Return To Tradition
Dying Benedict XVI Shamelessly Attacked By Jesuit Priest

Return To Tradition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 15:50


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Jesus, Dietrich, and Me
Life After Christmas (Ep. 109)

Jesus, Dietrich, and Me

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 53:20


Pastor Cronkright and Pastor Hill bring 2022 to a close. In this episode we review the Christmas happenings at our churches and introduce a Bonhoeffer contemporary, Alfred Delp, a Jesuit priest who was also martyred by Hitler's Nazi regime. We ALSO have a big announcement: This is the last episode of Jesus, Dietrich, and Me. We will be continuing an EXPANDED discussion on the new Suffering Servants Podcast in 2023. Look for it in January! More information will come early next week. Follies this week include Whoopi Goldberg and (shockingly!) the lying American government.

Pillars Of Community
GONZAGA BASKETBALL w/ Sabol & Gardiner = BGE CXXII

Pillars Of Community

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 64:59


Ryan Sabol & James Gardiner on the hard-court are a dynamic duo — two of the Eagles on Eye Street's finest — Ryan sets ‘em up; James knocks ‘em down! Bing-bang-bomb (goes the dynamite)!Everybody who knows, knows that Gonzaga Basketball is LEGIT — the DMV and country over!  Thank you Ryan and James for your candid take on one of the best high school basketball programs and thank you for telling your story and speaking your passion!Happy Friday and enjoy the last couple days of 2022 — and if ‘22 for you ain't all that and a bag of chip, ‘23 is is just around the corner with plenty of gluten-free options (even though the UTZ chips I eat are free of gluten — as I pretend to know!)Disclaimer/spoiler:  R & J and I sat down on the 23rd to talk hoop and I should have dropped the ‘cast then, but it is kinda cool to hear the young men talk about such a cool and important trip to NYC and then deliver — ‘Zaga Eagles are still undefeated — but they face the vaunted Hoyas of North Bethesda on Wednesday of the New Year — how about that cross-town, uptown, downtown Jesuit rivalry!?  

AMDG: A Jesuit Podcast
Wrestling With God and Poetry With Philip Metres

AMDG: A Jesuit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 59:02


Poetry can be intimidating and inaccessible. Why even bother? Guest Philip Metres is a living reminder that it's worth it to bother, worth it to wrestle with poetry even when it's difficult because the power of language is uniquely human and is one of the best parts of being alive. Phil is a poet, author and professor of English literature at John Caroll University in Cleveland, Ohio. He's the author of ten books and has won fellowships from institutions like the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. As the product of a Jesuit high school and college education, it's consoling to see that much of his work takes up themes of spirituality and social justice, and what prompted host Mike Jordan Laskey to invite Phil on the show was a fabulous essay Phil wrote for Image Journal that was part book review, part memoir and part theological reflection. Phil also reads two of his poems and talks about them. Read Phil's Image Journal essay: https://imagejournal.org/article/the-other-world-and-this-one-immanent-and-transcendent-tendencies-in-contemporary-poetry/ Learn more about Phil: https://philipmetres.com/ AMDG is a production of the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States.

EWTN NEWS NIGHTLY
2022-12-27 - EWTN News Nightly | Tuesday, December 27, 2022

EWTN NEWS NIGHTLY

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 30:00


On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: A Catholic pro-lifer in the United Kingdom who was arrested earlier this month for silently praying near an abortion business says she is receiving messages of support from both sides of the abortion debate. Isabel Vaughn Spruce, Director of March for Life UK, joins us with details on her arrest and where her case stands. With that massive snowfall in Buffalo, New York, and as the number of fatalities from the deadliest storm there in generations grows, President Joe Biden has approved an emergency declaration for New York. The White House says the president's actions will authorize the feds to coordinate all disaster relief efforts with the purpose of alleviating the hardship and suffering caused by the severe winter storm. Meanwhile, travelers are stranded at airports across the country. White House Correspondent Owen Jensen reports. As a new year rolls in, so does a new Congress and many are calling for a Big Tech oversight to top the list of priorities. This in the wake of reports that Twitter rigged the Covid debate and that both Facebook and Twitter employed dozens of former high ranking government officials from the FBI, CIA, and Department of Homeland Security. Jon Schweppe, Director of Policy and Government Affairs for the American Principles Project, joins us to unpack these reports. Fertility rates have been dropping for nearly a century. One solution looming on the horizon - artificial wombs. Scientists report that they're just a few years away from testing. Much of the proposed technology is at extreme odds with Catholic teaching regarding IVF and surrogacy. Katy Faust, Founder and Director of the children's rights organization 'Them Before Us,' joins us with insight. A centuries-old school in Rome has a new American-born leader. Father Mark Lewis has been named the rector at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. The Miami-born Jesuit was recently appointed by the Holy Father. EWTN Vatican Bureau Chief Andreas Thon

Slow Baja
Sal Fish The Godfather of Off-Road Racing

Slow Baja

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 103:25


Sal Fish is the beloved Godfather of Off-road Racing and former President of SCORE International. He was born and raised in Los Angeles, the son of a humble and kind auto mechanic, a loving mother, with a Sicilian Grandmother at home who only spoke Italian. His parents scrimped, saved, and sent Fish and his three brothers to the Roman Catholic, college-preparatory Loyola High School for boys. Sal was class President but freely admits he was not a very good student. The Jesuit education system served him well, and he was accepted “under probation” at the University of San Francisco. At USF, his charm and drive carried the day. He excelled in making connections. Soon, Sal was on the basketball team's coaching staff, eating and drinking for free in North Beach, and had an apartment above the embalming room of a prestigious neighborhood mortuary. He even had a “no-show athletes job” at a brewery, where he punched in at the beginning of the week and returned at the end of the week to collect a paycheck and two cases of beer. With all the fun he was having --by his own admission, he barely managed to graduate. After surprisingly being declared 4F by the Army, Sal returned to Los Angeles to work with his father in his auto repair business. He attended carburetor, brake, and transmission school and did his best to give his father a rest while he ran the shop. A body surfing buddy saw Sal's secret strength and offered him a job selling advertising for Car Craft Magazine. His father was thrilled to get him out of the shop. Sal was a natural salesman, rapidly rising through the ranks of Petersen Publishing, and soon became the Publisher. Through his travels with Hot Rod magazine, Sal and ad salesman Bob Weggeland landed a VW Beetle and an entry into the 1969 NORRA Mexican 1000. In our conversation, Sal recounts the experience --a hilarious story of ignorance, perseverance, survival, and a heaping dose of luck. After breaking their transmission, Sal and Bob flagged down the crew of actor and racer James Garner and got a tow to the checkpoint at Lake Chapala. --“We went faster on a tow rope than we had been going in the race.” Racer and entrepreneur Mickey Thompson recruited Sal as a partner soon after he created SCORE International in 1973. By 1974 Sal and Mickey were hosting the Baja 1000. He used his people and publishing skills to grow the organization rapidly. Eventually, he took over SCORE and bought Thompson out. In the process, Sal realized Thompson's vision to make off-road racing as big as NASCAR. Sal sold SCORE in 2012. Active and fit, he enjoys living in Malibu and spending time with his wife of nearly 50 years, Barbara. The couple has a second home in La Paz, where Sal enjoys kayaking and entertaining his many Baja friends. A special thanks to Lyman Scherer for connecting me to Sal.

Jesus 911
23 Dec 22 – Fr. Rupnik Guilty of Satanic Sex Abuse on Sister

Jesus 911

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 51:11


Today's Topics: 1, 2) Former nun details nine years of "satanic" sex abuse by Jesuit priest Fr. Rupnik: "His sexual obsession was not extemporaneous but deeply connected to his conception of art and his theological thinking" https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/former-nun-details-years-of-satanic-sex-abuse-by-jesuit-priest-fr-rupnik/?utm_source=popular 3, 4) Eric Metaxas' (conservative evangelical) interviews Roger Stone about a demonic portal above the White House; he had a police friend investigate it https://omny.fm/shows/the-eric-metaxas-show/roger-stone-continued https://www.exposingsatanism.org/demonic-portal-swirling-like-a-cauldron-is-visible-above-the-white-house/

Meet the Microbiologist
The Career of Tony Fauci

Meet the Microbiologist

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 73:03


Dr. Robert Gaynes, distinguished physician and professor of infectious diseases at Emory University, joins Meet the Microbiologist for the 2nd episode in a unique 3-part series, in which we share the impact of scientists at the heart of various paradigm shifts throughout scientific history. Here we discuss the life and career of Tony Fauci, the scientist who has been recognized as America's Top Infectious Diseases Doctor and “voice of science” during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ashley's Biggest Takeaways Fauci was born in Brooklyn, New York. He was a 2nd generation American whose parents came from Italy. Fauci's father was a pharmacist in Brooklyn and was very influential in his life. During high school, Fauci worked behind the counter at the family pharmacy and even delivered prescriptions by bicycle. He attended a Jesuit high school in Manhattan, and attended the College of Holy Cross. After college, Fauci attended Cornell Medical School in Manhattan, which was his first choice of medical school. Fauci graduated first in his class in medical school in the mid 1960's, right in the midst of the Vietnam War. During that time, after completing their initial residency training, virtually all doctors were drafted into one of the military services or the U.S. Public Health Service. Fauci accepted into the NIH program within the U.S. Public Health Service, where he acquired training and a fellowship in Clinical Immunology and Infectious Diseases. Fauci became the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) in 1984. Fauci served as advisor to 7 U.S. presidents, including Ronald Regan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump and Joe Biden. 15 years after the creation of PEPFAR, Fauci reported, in the New England Journal of Medicine, that PEPFAR funded programs had provided antiretroviral therapy to 13.3 M people, averted 2.2 M perinatal HIV infections and provided care for more than 6.4 M orphans and vulnerable children. The first edition of "Germ Theory: Medical Pioneers in Infectious Diseases" is available now. The 2nd edition will publish in the spring of 2023.

Inside The Vatican
Rupnik was excommunicated for abuse cases

Inside The Vatican

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 39:03


In the last few days, much more information has come out detailing the timeline of the abuse allegations and restrictions against Marko Rupnik, S.J., the Jesuit priest-artist who was, we now know, excommunicated for absolving a woman with whom he had a sexual relationship. On this week's episode of “Inside the Vatican,” host Colleen Dulle and producer Ricardo da Silva, S.J., who is filling in for Gerard O'Connell, walk listeners through the timeline of what we now know, along with the important questions and takeaways about this case. “I think the important thing to know here is that we are coming to a place where it is very difficult, near impossible, to hide anything happening inside the church among very powerful people. And so this has shown that we will get at answers,” Ricardo explains. “The great takeaway for me is, is really more one as a member of a religious order, and it's an appeal that I make to religious orders out there including my own: It is really important for us to set the story straight immediately and to reveal all the known facts in a case, and not to hide behind legalese, not to hide behind legal prescriptions, but to say what happened when it happened as quickly as we can.” In the first half of the show, Ricardo and Colleen recap several other recent Vatican news stories, including Pope Francis' revelation that he has already signed his letter of resignation and the removal of outspoken anti-abortion activist Frank Pavone from the priesthood. Links from the show: Vatican investigator says abuse allegations against Jesuit Marko Rupnik are true Jesuits ask victims to come forward in abuse case of Jesuit artist Marko Rupnik Pope Francis reveals he signed resignation letter in case of medical impairment Vatican defrocks Father Frank Pavone for blasphemous posts, disobedience Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

God Built This Podcast
PODMAS Series: Ep.11: The Holy Command

God Built This Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 31:31


Welcome to PODMAS 2022! PODMAS is a 12-part series delivering mini-episodes everyday from the 12th of December. Enjoy this additional content from God Built This Podcast. I ponder on black women and their relaxers, a Jesuit priest being accused of sexual abuse, and threesomes. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/god-built-this-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/god-built-this-podcast/support

AMDG: A Jesuit Podcast
Advent, Nine Months Pregnant With Nicole Perone and John Grosso

AMDG: A Jesuit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 47:35


Earlier this month, Nicole Perone and John Grosso were anxiously awaiting the birth of their first child. Nicole and John are both what you could call professional Catholics – Nicole is the national coordinator for a young adult initiative called ESTEEM that works to prepare college students for faith life after graduation. And after several years working in digital media for the Diocese of Bridgeport, Connecticut, John is on the communications team at a network of Catholic philanthropic organizations called FADICA. In between Nicole and John's conversation with host Mike Jordan Laskey and the release of this episode, Rose Marie Grosso was born on December 12, and both she and Nicole are doing well. The question at the heart of this episode: What was Advent like for two super-thoughtful, Jesuit-formed parents-to-be? Does the story of the Holy Family resonate differently when you're nine months pregnant? And as people who have devoted their professional and personal lives to serving the church, Nicole and John offered their reflections on the state of the church today – their thoughts and feelings on this community of faith they're bringing Rose Marie into. AMDG is a production of the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States.

The Counter Culture Mom Show with Tina Griffin Podcast
Luciferian Family Heir Nathan Reynolds Exposes Exploitation Empires of the Elite (Part 1)

The Counter Culture Mom Show with Tina Griffin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 27:10


Nathan Reynolds left The Reynolds Family's empire behind when the cost to receive his inheritance was the life of his first born daughter. As a young boy Nathan's innocence and body were used as a currency to purchase influence and power by his deep-rooted Luciferian family members. His grandfather working within the shielding of The Knights of Columbus traumatized and exploited children to further advance The Secret Order's agendas. Nathan reveals the depravity of The Jesuits and other oath keeping societies who used blackmail, pedophilia, and even child sacrifice to empower their kingdom's tyrannical takeover. Many well-known and influential individuals from politicians, police, and even pastors are willing to sell their souls to gain the world. But even amidst the Radical Intelligent Evil the survivors of these torments are choosing to fight back and wage a war of redemption against the cowards of control. The new Reynolds family is on a quest to see the captives of crime and cowardice set free.   TAKEAWAYS  How radical intelligent evil hides in plain sight Luciferians commit heinous crimes after making a cannibalistic covenant with evil spirits What led Nathan to become a hitman for hire to kill pedophiles and traffickers Mind control experiment and child prostitution rings running rampant in Lake Havasu, AZ  

Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Wednesday, December 21, 2022

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 Transcription Available


Full Text of ReadingsWednesday of the Fourth Week of Advent Lectionary: 197The Saint of the day is Saint Peter CanisiusSaint Peter Canisius' Story The energetic life of Peter Canisius should demolish any stereotypes we may have of the life of a saint as dull or routine. Peter lived his 76 years at a pace which must be considered heroic, even in our time of rapid change. A man blessed with many talents, Peter is an excellent example of the scriptural man who develops his talents for the sake of the Lord's work. Peter was one of the most important figures in the Catholic Reformation in Germany. He played such a key role that he has often been called the “second apostle of Germany,” in that his life parallels the earlier work of Boniface. Although Peter once accused himself of idleness in his youth, he could not have been idle too long, for at the age of 19 he received a master's degree from the university at Cologne. Soon afterwards he met Peter Faber, the first disciple of Ignatius of Loyola, who influenced Peter so much that he joined the recently formed Society of Jesus. At this early age Peter had already taken up a practice he continued throughout his life—a process of study, reflection, prayer, and writing. After his ordination in 1546, he became widely known for his editions of the writings of St. Cyril of Alexandria and St. Leo the Great. Besides this reflective literary bent, Peter had a zeal for the apostolate. He could often be found visiting the sick or imprisoned, even when his assigned duties in other areas were more than enough to keep most people fully occupied. In 1547, Peter attended several sessions of the Council of Trent, whose decrees he was later assigned to implement. After a brief teaching assignment at the Jesuit college at Messina, Peter was entrusted with the mission to Germany—from that point on his life's work. He taught in several universities and was instrumental in establishing many colleges and seminaries. He wrote a catechism that explained the Catholic faith in a way that common people could understand—a great need of that age. Renowned as a popular preacher, Peter packed churches with those eager to hear his eloquent proclamation of the gospel. He had great diplomatic ability, often serving as a reconciler between disputing factions. In his letters—filling eight volumes—one finds words of wisdom and counsel to people in all walks of life. At times he wrote unprecedented letters of criticism to leaders of the Church—yet always in the context of a loving, sympathetic concern. At 70, Peter suffered a paralytic seizure, but he continued to preach and write with the aid of a secretary, until his death in his hometown of Nijmegen, Netherlands, on December 21, 1597. Reflection Peter's untiring efforts are an apt example for those involved in the renewal of the Church or the growth of moral consciousness in business or government. He is regarded as one of the creators of the Catholic press, and can easily be a model for the Christian author or journalist. Teachers can see in his life a passion for the transmission of truth. Whether we have much to give, as Peter Canisius did, or whether we have only a little to give, as did the poor widow in the Gospel of Luke (see Luke 21:1–4), the important thing is to give our all. It is in this way that Peter is so exemplary for Christians in an age of rapid change when we are called to be in the world but not of the world. Saint Peter Canisius is a Patron Saint of: Germany Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media

The Fact Hunter
Bonus Audio: William Boot- The Jesuits Sank The Titanic

The Fact Hunter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 69:02 Very Popular


While researching for the "Jesuit Angle & the Titanic", I came acoss a lecture from a friend of the show William Boot who had done a 2 part episode on "The Jesuits Sank The Titanic." I reached out to him for permission to share this with our listeners, and he kindly obliged. If this resonates with you, please take the time to check out all of his resources below:William's website: http://www.darknessisfalling.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@darknessisfalling7746NewTube: https://newtube.app/user/DarknessIsFallingBitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/Wg4CzstIoMOC/Resources from the video are in the show description here: https://youtu.be/MA4ffngBe9o

Last Week in the Church with John Allen
Russia praises Pope for “ability to admit mistakes”

Last Week in the Church with John Allen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 30:42


In this episode:Pope turns 86 with no indication of retirementPope follows Paul VI with resignation letter, but would it be valid?Russia praises Pope for “ability to admit mistakes”Could the Pope overcome Russian skepticism and achieve peace?Joanna of Austria: first and only female Jesuit?Support the show