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Basilica of Saint Mary Podcast
Episode 386: Deacon Daniel Dionesotes Shares about His Path to the Priesthood

Basilica of Saint Mary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 14:45


Deacon Daniel Dionesotes is a transitional deacon who is a seminarian for the Diocese of Peoria, studying at Mount Saint Mary's Seminary in Emmitsburg, Maryland. During his academic year at the seminary, he will be at the Basilica most weekends as part of his pastoral assignment as a seminarian. In this episode, he talks about his path to the priesthood and the ways he is allowed to minister at the Basilica. 

Bob-Cast
09_07_22 NFL Coach Earns Degree from MSM and Real v Fake

Bob-Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 19:55


In this segment... Tampa Bay Bucs coach Todd Bowles earns a degree from Mount Saint Mary's and Bob Miller plays Real News vs Fake News.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crazy Amazing Humans
EP 31: How to Empower Girls! Shero's Rise with Sonali Perera Bridges

Crazy Amazing Humans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 39:44


Did you know that a girl's self-esteem peaks at the age of 8 and then rapidly declines by 64% by the age of 9? Sonali Perera Bridges does and she is doing something about that and much more with an organization she co-created and runs called Shero's Rise! Get it? It's like hero, but “she”ro. Sonali Perera Bridges is an award-winning, dynamic and innovative leader with over 20 years of experience in a wide breadth of educational settings. With her BA from Mount Saint Mary's University and MBA from University of Redlands, her experience as well as her passion for making a difference in the lives of young women resulted in founding Shero's Rise. Shero's Rise reaches out to young women (particularly from underserved communities) and helps them recognize their worth and value in order to empower them to become agents for change in the world. In this episode you'll hear how Shero's Rise provides girls with the essential skills, experiences, tools and the support they need so every girl can become their own “shero.” You'll learn about identity building, mindfulness, financial literacy, Toxic Positivity vs. Healthy Optimism, owning your own power, kindness and gratitude and much more. In addition to the students, Shero's Rise also helps educates parents so that the whole family benefits, many times breaking unhealthy cycles. Where was Shero's Rise when I was a kid? And you'll want to hear this so you can pass it on to your own kids or someone you know with kids. We're sure you'll be inspired by hearing first-hand about the teamwork making the dreamwork at Shero's Rise for future generations.

The Walk Humbly Podcast
A new apostolic letter from Pope Francis, an upcoming Eucharistic Symposium, Roe v. Wade and more! #95

The Walk Humbly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 41:38


On this week's episode, Bishop Burbidge offers: Unity with the Holy Father on the Vatican warning to Germany's "Synodal Way" Congratulations to Ann Augherton, managing editor of the Arlington Catholic Herald, for winning the 2022 St. Francis de Sales Award from the Catholic Media Association Perspective on why we should celebrate the annual World Day of Grandparents and the Elderly with the universal Church this weekend Context the two vocations summer camps for teens — Quo Vadisand FIAT— held at Mount Saint Mary's Seminary this month Commentary on the new apostolic letter from Pope Francis: “On the Liturgical Formation of the People of God” Preview of the upcoming Eucharistic Symposium with Archbishop Charles Chaput held at the Cathedral of Saint Thomas More this fall Thoughts on pro-life efforts since the overturning of Roe v. Wade, along with pregnancy resources despite the current status of abortion access in Virginia  A recap of his A Catechesis on the Human Personamong transgender ideology in the news Bishop Burbidge also answers the following question from the faithful: What is your guidance to the Catholics in the diocese regarding whether or not we should be giving our patronage to companies publicly declaring their support for abortion rights? Do you have any suggestions for my first year of teaching CCD and religious education? In the aftermath of the Roe v. Wade overturning, what is the strategy of the bishops' conference and of our diocese as the pro-life effort continues in the States? What can be done to harden the target of every school and homeschool co-op throughout the diocese to keep children and teachers safe from harm?

O'Connor & Company
07.12.22: MD-6 Candidate Mariela Roca Interview

O'Connor & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 7:38


Mariela Roca, Maryland Congressional candidate for the 6th Congressional District, joined WMAL's "O'Connor and Company" radio program on Tuesday about her run for office. Website: https://rocaforcongress.com/ Republican primary for U.S. House Maryland District 6: Maryland's 6th congressional district comprises parts of Western Maryland – all of Garrett, Allegany, and Washington counties as well as portions of Montgomery and Frederick counties. The seat is currently represented by David Trone (D) Republican primary for U.S. House Maryland District 6: The following candidates are running in the Republican primary are Colt Black, Matthew Foldi, Jonathan Jenkins, Neil Parrott, Robert Poissonnier and Mariela Roca The Republican primary is on July 19, 2022. Early voting will be held for 8 days and begin on Thursday, July 7, 2022 through Thursday, July 14, 2022. BIO: Mariela Roca is a Republican running for Congress to Represent Maryland's 6th Congressional District. Mariela was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and joined U.S. Air Force in 2005 at the age of 20. She is a Gulf War Era Veteran who served within the Task Force Med and the Bagram Theater Internment Facility in Bagram, Afghanistan during the Operation Enduring Freedom campaign in 2007. Mariela was honorably discharged after her tour of duty in 2010. Mariela received the National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal with 1 Service Star, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon with Gold Border and 1 Oak Leaf Cluster, and NATO Medal. During her time in the Air Force, Mariela served as a Medical Logistician providing lifesaving Medical Logistics support to military warfighters across all services both stateside, and while deployed overseas. After her military service, Mariela relocated to the Frederick area and continued her Medical Logistics career as a Federal Employee working for the United States Army at Fort Detrick supporting the DoD's Medical Supply Chain Process. Mariela holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Technology, a Master of Business Administration from Mount Saint Mary's University in Emmitsburg, MD and a Doctor of Business Administration from the University of Maryland Global Campus. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock,and @patrickpinkfile. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Beyond the Box Score Podcast
Interview w/ Coach Jamion Christian (Former Head Coach at George Washington)

Beyond the Box Score Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 85:58


Coach Jamion Christian shares his journey from growing up in New Kent, Virginia to becoming a NCAA D1 Head Coach. He led his high school to an undefeated season culminating in a state championship before playing college basketball at Mount Saint Mary's under the late Jim Phelan. His senior year he played for Milan Brown, after graduating he started his coaching career at [then D3] Henry & Henry College under the late Bob Johnson. Pat Flannery hired him to be his Director of Basketball Operations at Bucknell, where they won the Patriot League regular season title. Coach Tony Shaver hired Jamion to his coaching staff at William & Mary as an Assistant Coach where he remained on staff for three seasons before accepting a job at VCU under Shaka Smart. Coach Christian helped lead the VCU to a Colonial Athletic Association Championship, and an NCAA Tournament appearance in 2012. His alma mater hired him to be their Head Coach in 2012 and he spent six seasons there. He implemented his "Mayhem" style of play, which led them to the NCAA Tournament twice. He accepted the Head Coach job at Siena where he led the largest turnaround in Division I that season before leaving to become the Head Coach at George Washington University. Coach Christian spoke very candid about his tenure at GW including his dismissal at the conclusion of his third season at the helm. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beyondtheboxscore/support

Guest Lectures
What You Won't Hear or See on CNN

Guest Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 52:14


Father Mode is the author of The Grunt Padre, the biography of Vietnam War hero and Navy Chaplain Father  Vincent R. Capodanno, MM, whose 1967 death in battle while assisting U.S. Marines posthumously earned him the Medal of Honor, the U.S. Military's highest decoration. The Catholic Church has declared Father Capodanno, a Maryknoll missionary from Staten Island, N.Y., a “Servant of God,” formally initiating his Cause for canonization.  The AMS is the Promoter of the Cause.Prior to his priestly ordination, Father Mode underwent formation at Mount Saint Mary's Seminary in Emmitsburg, Md. He joined the United States Navy Reserve in 2005 and was assigned to active duty in 2007. Over the course of his career so far, Father Mode has served on two aircraft carriers, including the USS Harry S. Truman, and numerous deployments, including to the Persian Gulf and Afghanistan. He was also assigned to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy where he helped to form future leaders of the military. Father Mode actively supports lay ministry in naval church communities through direct supervision of, and communication with, lay leaders, providing information and encouragement to meet challenges.Currently assigned to the aircraft carrier USS George Washington, Father Mode went to the Philippines in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, bringing relief to survivors. The storm, which struck in early November, left more than 6,000 dead and nearly 1,800 missing. In the Easter edition of SALUTE, the AMS's quarterly news magazine, Father Mode recounts hand-delivering spiritual supplies, including wine, hosts, rosaries, and liturgical books, to a parish in the devastated town of Guiuan, where the church and attached rectory were reduced to rubble, leaving the faithful to attend Mass outdoors.

Success Happens
Success Happens - Mariela Roca -5/21

Success Happens

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 22:06


Dr. Mariela Roca is a Republican candidate running for Congress to Represent Maryland's 6th Congressional District. Mariela was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and is a U.S. Air Force veteran who served in Afghanistan in 2007. She joined the military in 2005 at the age of 20 and was honorably discharged with six service medals following her tour of duty in 2010. Mariela has a Doctorate in Business Administration from UMGC and an MBA from Mount Saint Mary's. She is a Medial Supply Logistician who also worked as a Federal Employee for over 10 years at Fort Detrick. Mariela has a Doctorate in Business Administration from UMGC and an MBA from Mount Saint Mary's University. Mariela currently lives in Frederick with her two kids. https://rocaforcongress.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

UNI Wildcast - The Wildcats Podcast from University High School Charter
025 Stop.Drop.And.Educate with Dr. Brown | Ep 02

UNI Wildcast - The Wildcats Podcast from University High School Charter

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 42:42


GALA ACADEMY - COS LA MID CITY   Olivia Liu has attended GALA since 9th grade.  She currently has a 4.39 GPA and has completed ten AP courses including AP Biology, AP Computer Science Principles, AP Computer Science A, AP Physics, AP Statistics, AP US History, AP World History, AP English Language AP Capstone (two-year course of AP Seminar and AP Research). Her AP seminar topic was titled "Beauty Standards Impact on Women of Color" and evaluated the way that Eurocentric favoritism in media impacts women of color socioeconomically and psychologically.  Her AP research topic this year is a critique to examine if Disney utilized colorblind or Critical Race Theory when they represented Latina culture in the establishment of the first Latina Princess, Elena of Avalor.  Olivia will attend Mount Saint Mary's University next Fall and plans to double major in film and child development.  Her goal is to become an animation producer to create shows that feature diversity and address topics not usually covered in animation.  Olivia received the prestigious Mount Saint Mary's LePuy Founders Award recognizing her academic achievement and providing her with a full scholarship at Mt. St Mary's.   STEM ACADEMY OF HOLLYWOOD - COS HOLLYWOOD   Miriam Garcia born on April 22, 2004 to a family of two. She attends STEM Academy of Hollywood because of her interest in her older sister's interdisciplinary projects at the school.  She was accepted to and plans to attend Dartmouth University as an Engineering major with a full scholarship.   ALEXANDER HAMILTON HIGH SCHOOL - COS Hamilton   Roxana Behdad is Hamilton High's Valedictorian and will attend Cornell University in the Fall 2022. Majoring in Government.  Roxana is interested in seeking a position in International Storytelling and Journalism. Roxana started a magazine called "Demolition" during Quarantine and has been the Diversity and Inclusion Chaplain for the Youth and Government Club at Hamilton High School.   Augustus Hawkins High School - COS SOUTH MID CITIES   Valedictorian Ms. Yasmin Perez is an eighteen-year-old female Latino student.  Has grown up with the passion of engineering.  She is a first-generation college student who was accepted into Harvey Mudd College.  She has the desire to pursue an Aerospace engineering degree and wants to work for NASA upon completion of her degree.    UNIVERSITY HIGH - COS WEST LA  Tyler Lee is a graduating Senior at University HS Charter who will be attending UCSB as a pre-biology student.   While at Uni, Tyler enrolled and successfully completed 10 Advanced Placement and three college courses.   Tyler is super excited and stated that he won't be able to sleep last night because of this awesome opportunity.  ;}   Fairfax High School - COS Fairfax High School Rachel Reyes Segura is a first-generation Latina.  Will attend CalTech later this fall hoping to double major in computational neural systems and computer science.    VENICE HIGH SCHOOL - COS VENICE Kiera Buckley is Venice High School's BSU president and a true leader. Kiera is a member of Venice High School's School Based Management, and she will be attending Howard University in the fall.

The Road To Glory
Road to Glory Pod: 04-21-22

The Road To Glory

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 51:30 Very Popular


In this week's episode, Bri is joined by special guest hosts, Nick Purvis and Paris Malone. Our hosts sit down with Kyle Stewart and discuss playing in the MLR & US, playing in an unfavorable position, and the emotions around the team finally winning their first match of the season.  Bri, Nick, and Paris also recap the Utah match, make their picks for Week 12, preview the match against Dallas, and discuss Vancouver 7's & Six Nations. The Road to Glory podcast is proudly presented by Mount Saint Mary's and Mattie & Eddie's. For more information, visit: Mount St. Mary's University https://www.mattieandeddies.com   For the latest episodes of the Road to Glory podcast visit https://oldglorydc.com/road-to-glory/ And don't forget to follow Old Glory! Instagram: @oldglory_dc Twitter: @oldglorydc   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

A2 The Show
Escaping the Evangelical Church while hosting TV shows | Asha Dahya

A2 The Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 47:06


A² The Show - Ep 389 Feat. Asha Dahya "Meet Asha Dahya - author, TEDx speaker and founder of GirlTalkHQ.com Asha was born in the UK, raised in Australia, and now resides in Los Angeles, California. She has spent the last 16 years creating, producing and hosting content for networks such as MTV, MSN.com, Disney, ABC, Nickelodeon, Fox, Nine Network Australia and more. Considered a voice of authority in the feminist media space, she has delivered keynote addresses for organizations such as Accenture, UCLA and March for Moms. Asha has also moderated panels for UN Women, Mount Saint Mary's University, EmpowHer Institute, Women's Voices Now Film Festival, rePRO Film Fest, and Continuum Collective. Asha is a recipient of the Awesome Without Borders grant from the Harnisch Foundation, and the 2022 Creative Power Award grant." www.ashadahya.com www.girltalkhq.com www.todayswonderwomenbook.com @ashadahya (insta and Twitter) @girltalkhq (insta and Twitter) A2 The Show is the most international podcast run by 3 guys on 3 different continents. Ali Haejl, Ali Al Shammari, and Saeed Jammal have created a world community of thought leaders and experts. Our guests are from all walks of life: engineers, comedians, journalists, rockstars, civil right activists, artists. entrepreneurs, from Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America and Australia. So far, we have made over 350 podcasts with guests from over 70 countries. We will not stop this podcast until we meet with someone from every country, promise. To the moon

Sound of the Genuine
Asking Big Questions to Explore Meaning and Purpose

Sound of the Genuine

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 35:32 Transcription Available


Robin L. Owens, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Religion at Mount Saint Mary's University. She brings experience in both corporate and social work settings to the classroom to inform her transformational teaching. When she is not in the college classroom, Robin teaches, mentors, and coaches high-achieving leaders to help them to discover and express their leadership purpose. She is the host of the popular podcast “Leadership Purpose with Dr. Robin.”Also, she is the author of two forthcoming books – “Purpose-Based Decisions: An Inspirational Guide to More Meaning, Purpose, and Passion in Your Leadership, Business or Career” (Balboa Press, 2022) and “'My Faith in the Constitution is Whole:' Barbara Jordan Signifies on Scriptures” (Georgetown University Press, 2022).Instagram: @robinlowenphdWebsite: robinlowens.comMusic by: @siryalibeatsPortrait Illustration by: Olivia LimFollow FTE on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for alerts on new episodes.

The Joyful Catholic Leaders Show
Ep. 6: Purgatory: Summer school for the soul ft. Saint Paul Seminary Spiritual Director Msgr. Steven Rohlfs

The Joyful Catholic Leaders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 44:54


Why are we here? Where are we going? How do we get there? The answers, according to Saint Paul Seminary Spiritual Director Monsignor Steven Rohlfs, actually lie in another question. God asks, “Do you love me more than anyone or anything else?” “The notion of purgatory has always given me hope, because it means God never gives up on me as long as I don't give up on God,” Rohlfs says. Enjoy this lenten reflection from one of the seminary's wisest priests. Rohlfs serves as a spiritual director and teacher for seminarians and is the former rector at Mount Saint Mary's Seminary in Maryland. Produced by The Seminaries of Saint Paul, the Joyful Catholic Leaders Show shares stories and insights from those who lead with faith -- from the seminary, to the parish, to the classroom, to the office, to the sports field and everywhere in between.

Government Coins
Season 2 | EP. 7 - Doing Business with the U.S. Agency for International Development USAID with Matthew Johnson

Government Coins

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 74:52


Matthew Johnson is the U.S. Agency for International Development's (USAID) Industry Liaison and Communications Director for the Office of Acquisition and Assistance. In this role he helps to connect and engage with organizations around doing business with USAID. He has led a number of initiatives in support of these efforts, including the creation of WorkwithUSAID.org, the Agency's live-feed Business Forecast, and the New Partnerships Initiative. He has been with USAID since 2008. Prior to joining USAID, he served as the Director of Presidential Personal Correspondence and the Deputy Director of Presidential Writers at the White House. He completed his undergraduate work at Taylor University and has a Masters of Business Administration in Finance and Management from Mount Saint Mary's University. Doing Business with USAID https://www.workwithusaid.org/ Business Opportunities at USAID https://www.usaid.gov/work-usaid/find-a-funding-opportunity --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/governmentcoins/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/governmentcoins/support

Government Coins
Season 2 | EP. 7 - Doing Business with the U.S. Agency for International Development USAID with Matthew Johnson

Government Coins

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 74:52


Matthew Johnson is the U.S. Agency for International Development's (USAID) Industry Liaison and Communications Director for the Office of Acquisition and Assistance. In this role he helps to connect and engage with organizations around doing business with USAID. He has led a number of initiatives in support of these efforts, including the creation of WorkwithUSAID.org, the Agency's live-feed Business Forecast, and the New Partnerships Initiative. He has been with USAID since 2008. Prior to joining USAID, he served as the Director of Presidential Personal Correspondence and the Deputy Director of Presidential Writers at the White House. He completed his undergraduate work at Taylor University and has a Masters of Business Administration in Finance and Management from Mount Saint Mary's University. Doing Business with USAID https://www.workwithusaid.org/ Business Opportunities at USAID https://www.usaid.gov/work-usaid/find-a-funding-opportunity --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/governmentcoins/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/governmentcoins/support

#WeNeedToTalk
#WeNeedToTalk-Asha Dahya

#WeNeedToTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 31:34


On this episode of #WeNeedToTalk, Malynda chats with Author, Speaker and Human Rights Activist Asha Dahya.  The two have an indepth discussion about choosing the life of an activist, differences in perception based on where you are from, having your voice heard as a female, why speaking out as Pro-choice is important and how people who want to use their voice can start.    Asha Dahya is an author, TEDx speaker and founder of GirlTalkHQ.com Asha was born in the UK, raised in Australia, and now resides in Los Angeles, California. She has spent the last 16 years creating, producing and hosting content for networks such as MTV, MSN.com, Disney, ABC, Nickelodeon, Fox, Nine Network Australia and more. Considered a voice of authority in the feminist media space, she has delivered keynote addresses for organizations such as Accenture, UCLA and March for Moms. Asha has also moderated panels for UN Women, Mount Saint Mary's University, EmpowHer Institute, Women's Voices Now Film Festival, rePRO Film Fest, and Continuum Collective. Asha is a recipient of the Awesome Without Borders grant from the Harnisch Foundation, and the 2022 Creative Power Award grant. Asha is currently in post production on a short documentary about later abortion, in development on a docu-series about global abortion laws with an award-winning UK production company, and hosts the rePRO Film Podcast interview series for the rePRO Film Fest. Asha is a board member of the Religious Coalition for Reproduction Choice (RCRC) since 2021. Through her work, Asha focuses on reproductive rights, gender equality, and the representation of women in media. She is passionate about empowering women, girls and femmes to take up space, raise their voice and share their story with the world.  

Picks with the Professor
NCAA College Basketball 2/10/22 Betting Picks & Predictions

Picks with the Professor

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2022 25:12


Jake and Professor Sides break down 5 #NCAAB games and give 12 additional #CBBPicks for games on February 10th, 2022 LESSON PLAN: Morehead State at Belmont, Grand Canyon at Utah Valley, Arizona at Washington State, Purdue at Michigan, Overtime A Plays (includes the A+ Play of the Day involving Georgia State at Coastal Carolina), Talk Me Out Of… Clemson +7.5 at Duke, Buzzer Beaters (exclusive podcast content including the best B side, every dog has its day, a plug (your nose) and play anyway game, AND TWO! (late) afternoon delights with plays on Mount Saint Mary's at Wagner and William & Mary at Towson) Check out the statistics professor on Twitter (https://twitter.com/ProfessorSides) or his verified betstamp account (https://betstamp.app/u/ProfessorSides) for baseball, football and #collegebasketball #FreePicks Follow along throughout the 2021-2022 #CBB season here (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1iyAj107XCWtejoT54BXRNZBv0u51e3cSZsfPBV-R6SY/edit?usp=sharing) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Picks with the Professor
NCAA College Basketball 2/10/22 Betting Picks & Predictions

Picks with the Professor

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2022 25:12


Jake and Professor Sides break down 5 #NCAAB games and give 12 additional #CBBPicks for games on February 10th, 2022 LESSON PLAN: Morehead State at Belmont, Grand Canyon at Utah Valley, Arizona at Washington State, Purdue at Michigan, Overtime A Plays (includes the A+ Play of the Day involving Georgia State at Coastal Carolina), Talk Me Out Of… Clemson +7.5 at Duke, Buzzer Beaters (exclusive podcast content including the best B side, every dog has its day, a plug (your nose) and play anyway game, AND TWO! (late) afternoon delights with plays on Mount Saint Mary's at Wagner and William & Mary at Towson) Check out the statistics professor on Twitter (https://twitter.com/ProfessorSides) or his verified betstamp account (https://betstamp.app/u/ProfessorSides) for baseball, football and #collegebasketball #FreePicks Follow along throughout the 2021-2022 #CBB season here (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1iyAj107XCWtejoT54BXRNZBv0u51e3cSZsfPBV-R6SY/edit?usp=sharing) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Sacred Heart Catholic Church
The Epiphnay Of The Lord 1.2.22

Sacred Heart Catholic Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 8:02


The homily was given by Deacon Darren Balkey. Deacon Balkey is a transitional deacon studying at Mount Saint Mary's of the West Seminary in Cincinnati, Ohio. Deacon Balkey will be ordained to the priesthood on June 18, 2022. Readings from the Epiphany of the Lord: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/010222.cfm

Garland County Locker Room
Three tournaments set for next week in Garland County

Garland County Locker Room

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 17:13


Garland County basketball teams will host three different tournaments after Christmas from Dec. 28 to Dec. 30 in preparation for the upcoming conference season.Lakeside is hosting the Spa City Tournament, and Arkadelphia, Benton, Maumelle Charter, Mountain Pine, Mount Saint Mary’s, Nashville, Robinson, and Strong are competing in the event.Jessieville will host the Larry Ray Memorial tournament, and Bigelow, Caddo Hills, Cutter Morning Star, Mount Ida and Scott Charter will be playing in the event.The Lake Hamilton boys basketball team looks to continue its stellar start to the season when the Wolves host the Kameron Hale Invitational.

Bears. Blers. Blackwater.
#16- The Sister Jean Episode

Bears. Blers. Blackwater.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 58:32


Sister Jean woke up Monday morning, went through her email, greeted some students, did some media, then sat down and talked to us for AN HOUR. She lead lead us in prayer. She explained what a chaplain is to her. We attempted to get piece of her life story, of which included her having a pet monkey named Jerry. We got the story of how she became the LUC Men's Basketball Team Chaplain. We asked her about her longtime co-worker and friend Dr. Tom Hitcho. She gave a shoutout to the Bishop Emeritus of Blers and the current Pack. Everything you could want from to hear from our resident international celebrity. Enjoy and go 'Blers. Share with friends and family, follow us on Instagram @bears.blers.belgium and good luck on your finals 'Blers! Guest Resume:   Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt   Member of the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary   Loyola University Chicago Men's Basketball Team Chaplain   Graduated from Mount Saint Mary's in 1961 after entering BVM   John Sanders “Spirit of the Valley” Recipient   Sword of Loyola Recipient   Loyola Athletics Hall of Fame Member   A bunch of other awards.   Most importantly has been a positive influence for the community at Loyola since 1991, and at Mundelein for decades before that.   Also an international celebrity at 102 years young.   Worship, Work, Win.

The Academic Minute
Anthony Scardillo, Mount Saint Mary – Preparing Today's College Students for the Real World

The Academic Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 2:30


Higher education costs more than ever, but are students leaving institutions prepared for the workforce? Anthony Scardillo, assistant professor of marketing at Mount Saint Mary College, checks in to find out. Professor Anthony Scardillo is an award-winning advertising, marketing and business professional with over 30 years' experience in international, national, regional, state and local advertising, […]

Bob-Cast
11_09_21 Trivia and Big Basketball Opener for The Mount

Bob-Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 18:03


In this segment... Mount Saint Mary's has a big test opening up against #4 Villanova. The Mount's play-by-play voice Adam Pohl joins the Morning News Express to preview tonight's game. Also, We discuss our Frederick Favorite deal of the day Dragon Distillery. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

VU Hoops: for Villanova Wildcats fans
State of the Nova Nation: Villanova 2021-22 team and season-opener preview

VU Hoops: for Villanova Wildcats fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 76:13


The season is finally here! Before tip-off against Mount Saint Mary's on Tuesday afternoon, Emma and Pat record a full team breakdown of the '21-22 Villanova roster. From the incoming freshmen class to the returning fifth years, we preview each aspect of each player's game. Then, the duo discusses quotes from Jay Wright's press conference on Monday afternoon breaking down the starting rotation and the match-up against the Mountaineers. Be sure to subscribe to the show, leave a rating and follow us on Twitter @SoNNpod. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sacred Heart Catholic Church
Twenty - Ninth Sunday In Ordinary Time 10.17.21

Sacred Heart Catholic Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 14:44


This homily was given by Deacon Darren Balkey. He is a transitional deacon studying at Mount Saint Mary's of the West (The Athenaeum). He will be ordained to the priesthood on June 18, 2022. Readings from the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/101721.cfm

BodyTalk with David Lesondak
Yoga and your Voice with Heather Lyle, creator of Vocal Yoga

BodyTalk with David Lesondak

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 59:50


Heather Lyle: NCVS Vocologist, B.M., M.M., F.V., E-RYT, C.Ht. Heather Lyle is a graduate of the National Center of Voice and Speech's Vocology Program with renown voice scientist Ingo Titze. In 2015 she studied at NYU Medical Center with the other most renown voice scientist in the world, Johan Sundberg and Dr. Brian Gill. 2017 Lyle was the key note presenter for professional actors and students at the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts and she was also a presenter at the Asian Voice and Speech Teacher's Association in Singapore. January 2017 Lyle and Catherine Fitzmaurice took 28 people to India to teach Vocal Yoga® and Fitzmaurice Voicework® in Auroville, India. In 2016 Lyle taught a Vocology Course for the professional singers in Kolkata, India, public speaking skills for the upcoming teachers at Loreto College in Kolkata, sound healing in Southern India and Vocal Yoga at The Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts. Lyle spent 2014 in Kolkata, India where she worked with the educational division of the TV show “Indian Idol” creating vocal pedagogy for the new singing academies that opened last all over India year. Lyle also taught for Probir Guha's acclaimed “Alternative Living Theatre. Heather Lyle is considered one of the leading voice teachers in Los Angeles for singers, actors, public speakers. She is a dedicated educator who received her Bachelor and Master Degrees in voice, specializing in singing, diction and speech science graduating summa cum laude. A winner of the prestigious California University Sally Casanova Doctoral Scholarship, Lyle completed advanced doctoral voice research and a doctoral internship in vocal pedagogy at the Indiana University School of Music under the tutelage of renown voice teacher Paul Kiesgen. Heather Lyle is also a Certified Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework, and has taught in the Fitzmaurice Teacher Certification Program numerous times. Fitzmaurice Voicework is one of the leading voice works for actors today, taught at Harvard, Juilliard and professional acting conservatories. Lyle teaches singing and vocal technique for the University of Southern California's School of Dramatic Arts and Santa Monica College. She also teaches speaking skills for the doctoral economics and finance students attending the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Lyle has also taught for LA Mission College, the Los Angeles High School for the Arts, Mount Saint Mary's College, Loyola Marymount's Yoga and the Healing Sciences Program, Studio 5 in New York, Seydways Acting Studio in Hollywood, numerous other acting schools, and the private sector. Internationally she has taught for “Indian Idol Academy” Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts, Loreto College and Probir Guha's acclaimed “Alternative Living Theatre”. Lyle is the founder of the patented Vocal Yoga Method®, a somatic voice work synthesizing techniques from Yoga, Pranayama, Alexander Technique, Physical Therapy, Roy Hart, the Bel Canto School of Singing, Qi Gong, kirtan chanting, primal voice work, circle singing and voice science to free the voice. Lyle began her practice of yoga at age 14 through the influence of her father, yoga teacher Auro Arindam. She has been a life long student of Integral Yoga and a devotee of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. www.vocalyoga.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/david-lesondak/message

Leadership Purpose with Dr. Robin
Episode 35: Carving Our Own Leadership Path with Dr. Kim Middleton

Leadership Purpose with Dr. Robin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 24:21


Hello there! I am so pleased you're joining us today. In this episode, I'm talking with Dr. Kim Middleton. Dr. Kim Middleton is an Academic Strategy Consultant at ACUE (Association of College and University Educators). Her almost 20-year career in Higher Education has focused on experimental, high-impact teaching practices and environments that create transformative learning for both students and faculty. As a professor, administrator, and scholar, Kim's work has attended to the core values of liberal education and new approaches to foreground their enduring relevance.  Kim is the founder of the Center for Academic Innovation and Creativity at Mount Saint Mary's University in Los Angeles. In that role, she designed and implemented professional development opportunities and pilot programs to support both faculty interests and institutional strategic initiatives. As a second-generation educator, Middleton began her education at the back of her mother's classrooms. She earned a BA in Literature, Language Theory, and the Creation of Meaning from the experimental Johnston Center for Integrative Studies at the University of Redlands. She holds a MA and Ph.D. in English, with a concentration in Literature and Philosophy, from the University of Notre Dame. In this episode we discussed: - how her education began at the back of her mother's classroom - who we are is related to the work we do - why structural systems matter in leadership - systems and structures that remove obstacles and create individual impact - the ways in which people are leaders all the time - how leadership purpose is a tool to offset decision fatigue - why leadership purpose is important Connect with Kim at: Website: https://acue.org LinkedIn: middletonkim Instagram: @middlemiddlek   Want more from Dr. Robin? Sign up for a free "Unlock Your Zone of Genius" strategy session at https://www.robinlowens.com/gift OR  Download your free guide today! "Unlock Your Zone of Genius: #1 Key to Discovering Your Leadership Purpose" at www.RobinLOwens.com   Thank you for listening! Be sure to follow the show so you don't miss the next episode! You can connect with Dr. Robin on LinkedIn  or Facebook or contact me via email at: robin@purpose-based.com You can read more about Leadership Purpose and my upcoming book on my website at: https://www.robinlowens.com/ Talk to you soon!

Warrior Mindset & Motivation Podcast
Podcast Interview with USAF Veteran and Congressional candidate Mariela Roca

Warrior Mindset & Motivation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 60:11


Dr. Mariela Roca is a mother, veteran, and dedicated civil servant. Raised by a strong and independent single mother, Mariela knows all too well how hard work, sacrifice, and dedication are key to living a meaningful and successful life. Mariela was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico and at an early age moved to Queens, NY with her mother and older brother. She obtained a public school education, which continued when her family moved back to Puerto Rico at the age of 13. There, she finished middle and high school and attended the University of Puerto Rico for her first year of college. Inspired by her older brother's military service within the United States Marine Corps, she decided to herself enlist in the United States Air Force. During her time in the Air Force, Mariela served as a Medical Logistician providing lifesaving Medical Logistics support to military warfighters across all services both stateside, and while deployed overseas. While on her second deployment, tragedy struck when her mother, Lydia, was unexpectedly diagnosed with Stage-4 Glioblastoma Multiforme, a fast-growing and aggressive brain tumor. Mariela quickly became her primary caregiver and knows firsthand how the stress and burden of caring for a sick loved one can take on someone. In addition, Mariela understands the importance of making prescription drugs affordable, especially for life-saving drugs. After her military service, Mariela relocated to the Frederick area and continued her Medical Logistics career as a Federal Employee working for the United States Army at Fort Detrick. Mariela holds a Master of Business Administration from Mount Saint Mary's University in Emmitsburg, MD and a Doctor of Business Administration from the University of Maryland Global Campus. Mariela currently lives in Frederick, MD with her two children. They also have a rescue Chihuahua dog named Annie. In her free time, Mariela enjoys spending time at home and also enjoys camping and traveling with her family Follow Mariela: https://rocaforcongress.com/ FB: Mariela Roca, Mariela Roca for Congress IG: @rocaforcongress Follow me: solo.to/wm2podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warrior-mindset-and-motiv/support

Glory Be
Episode 43: Most Reverend Paul S. Coakley, Archbishop of Oklahoma City

Glory Be

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 29:02


Archbishop Coakley grew up in Louisiana and Kansas. He went to the University of Kansas and received a B.A. in English and Classical Antiquities. After completing University studies he traveled in Europe and briefly considered a monastic vocation. Archbishop Coakley attended seminary at Mount Saint Mary in Emmitsburg, Maryland where he received his Master of Divinity and he holds an STL in Christian Spirituality from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. He was ordained to the Priesthood in the Diocese of Wichita in 1983, ordained a Bishop for the Salina diocese in 2004, and installed as the Archbishop of Oklahoma City in 2011. He serves as an advisor on many boards including Catholic Relief Services and the Augustine Institute.

Above 180.com Bowling Podcast
Storm Collegiate Spotlight Podcast: Kenneth DeGraaf

Above 180.com Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 20:55


This week we catch up with Mount Saint Mary's Head Coach Kenneth DeGraaf. We discuss his responsibilities as a coach over the summer and how he approaches the recruiting process. We also chat about the changes made over the past year due to the pandemic and which of those changes he may implement even after the pandemic. DeGraaf also shares his thoughts college athletes being paid and what that means to his athletes.

An Interview with Melissa Llarena
83. “Captain Inspiration” Jordan Maness UCLA Program Director Teaches Us How to SAIL (Select An Ideal Life)

An Interview with Melissa Llarena

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 56:08


Can you describe your ideal life? More, importantly, how can you most effectively navigate your daily life in pursuit of your unique ideal life? You do have options. There are several 300-page self-help books on the market that you can try to read and incorporate into your daily life. However, the odds of you finishing any of those books is pretty small, let alone making the changes they say you should make on your own.  That is why Jordan Maness AKA: “Captain Inspiration'' decided to self-publish a workbook entitled, "SAIL: Select An Ideal Life: Your 59 Minute Guide to Enjoying the Journey of Life." Jordan is a Certified Life Coach with 15 years experience in career counseling and lecturing. His goal is to help his clients find fulfillment and inner peace through living with passion and purpose. After graduating with honors from the University of Colorado, Jordan embarked on a career journey following a series of passions. He spent time as a sportscaster, a consultant, an entrepreneur, and a sketch-comedy performer. But with an unlimited thirst for self-development and seeking more fulfillment, he returned to school obtaining a Master's in Counseling from the School of Education at UCLA. He also became a Certified Life Coach through the Certified Coaching Federation. For a decade and a half, he has worked as a career & life design coach at the UCLA Career Center as well as teaching career and life-planning courses at Mount Saint Mary's University, Santa Monica College, and UCLA. Jordan is also a Certified Breathwork Facilitator.  When he isn't writing, lecturing, or life-coaching, you'll find Jordan spending time with his family, snowboarding, surfing, practicing yoga, or strumming his guitar. Stay the course and listen to Jordan's creative take on how anyone can select an ideal life. He shares one of his early career comedic adventures, and he walks us through why we may need a lot more inspiration to get through choppy waters on our respective life adventures.  Share this episode with a self-improvement junkie who wishes they could just get the cliff notes on all of the best self-help books that are available in the market but for which they have no time. Highlights Creativity: Jordan uses the sailing metaphor to express his ideas to turn an overwhelming concept into something easily understandable. Certainly, we can all use our imagination to communicate our heart's message with clarity. Curiosity: What are you curious about when it comes to self-improvement? Jordan has several certifications and has dipped his toes into many life coaching modalities. How can you take one step towards learning more about your favorite subject? Courage: It takes courage to do comedy, let alone on public TV back when YouTube and TikTok still didn't exist.  The barriers to entry are low today so what's stopping you from taking a leap? Authenticity: If you're living authentically, you're not afraid to be seen, you're not attached to what people expect of you, and you're judging your success by different metrics, then fortune will favor you.  Wealth: Fortune doesn't only mean financial fortune, but it could also mean inner fulfillment, inner peace, and all kinds of different things that add great value to your life. Time: It's so important to figure out what is ideal living for you. And the first step is to track how you spend your time and keep a log of how you spend your time.  Joy: Then start to recognize the things that bring you joy and fulfillment. Then get more of those things into your life so you can start living again authentically. Taking risks: People make fear-based decisions all the time because they're afraid of risk and making a mistake. And it's not a terrible thing if you learn from it. Failure: There's no failure, as long as you learn from it. You're either going to grow from it, you're going to learn something from it, or you're going to have success.  Habit: Once you start having this habit of trying new things, pushing yourself a little bit, showing your true self to the world, and learning from each one of those experiences, it becomes easier and easier.  Confidence: Progress not perfection is the goal in life. What matters is you're growing as an individual and becoming more of who you are and who you're meant to be. Then your confidence grows.  Regrets: The bigger risk than anything else is living a life that isn't true to yourself. The #1 regret among people who are about to pass away iis wishing they had lived a life true to themselves, not the life others had expected of them.  Baby steps: Think about making small changes. It's those little good decisions that ultimately lead to a great decision.  Inner compass: You've got to silence the chatter in your mind to get in touch with your intuition. There are different ways to get there – breathwork, meditation, etc. The heart, the soul, and that groundedness are where the best decisions in our life come from. Quiet the mind: Learn to quiet the mind and you can reevaluate things. This can be the beginning of something really incredible for you. Gratitude: Keep a gratitude journal where you write down the things you're grateful for each day. This not only sets the tone for your day, it also trains your mind to pay attention to the good things. Inspiration: Inspiration is fuel. You've got to seek inspiration, go out and find it – whether that's watching a TED Talk, reading a book, or listening to this podcast! Explore and try different things. Be open to unexpected things that might inspire you.  Commitment: Whether that's a 30-minute walk, or getting up everyday at 5 am, these are parts of your everyday life that are non-negotiable. Your life can change once you start to commit to things that are non-negotiable and you start to stand for something. Motivation: What do you do to fill your cup back up? What will make you feel strong again, and get you feeling a little bit more centered? Again, experiment to figure out what works for you. Change: Sometimes, we may feel we're sleepwalking through life. And that one day or a week can also turn into five years, 10 years, 20 years. But know that there's a better way to live. Momentum: If you make one change, it then leads to another change. People overestimate what they can change in a year. But they greatly underestimate what they can change in five years. Commit to at least one change today! Links to continue to learn from Jordan: Follow and connect with Jordan Maness: Learn more about Jordan Check out Jordan on Instagram Follow Jordan on Facebook Stay connected to Jordan on Twitter Continue to listen to An Interview With Melissa Llarena podcast episodes  Continue To Explore My Other Binge-Worthy Episodes Books mentioned SAIL: Select An Ideal Life: Your 59 Minute Guide to Enjoying the Journey of Life The 12 Week Year by Brian P. Moran The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron Want to continue the conversation? Find me on Instagram! You can read my daily mini-blogs centered on the same three topics that my podcast features: creativity, courage, and curiosity. I believe that without all three it would be impossible to solve the challenges we were each uniquely made to solve. Wouldn't you agree? I'm easy to find on Instagram @melissallarena Rather keep it professional? Let's connect on LinkedIn. I encourage every single podcast listener to connect with me.

Holy Family Radio Podcasts (AM 720 - WHYF)

Show hosts and quests discuss the recently completed Qua Vadis days held at Mount Saint Mary's in Emmitsburg, Maryland.

Beyond the Box Score Podcast
Interview w/ Graham Bousley (Assistant Coach at George Washington)

Beyond the Box Score Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 52:02


Coach Graham Bousley shares his journey from playing high school basketball with future NBA players to coaching NCAA DI basketball. After growing up in California he decided to attend Wisconsin and be a Student Manager under Bo Ryan. Things didn't go as planned, but he did eventually help the Badgers make a NCAA Tournament run as the Head Student Manager. From Wisconsin he moved onto VCU where he was the Graduate Assistant under Shaka Smart. During his two years in Richmond they made back-to-back NCAA Tournaments. Mike Rhodes was named the Head Coach at Rice and he brought Graham with him as the Director of Basketball Operations. Jamion Christian hired Bousley as an Assistant Coach at Mount Saint Mary's, and he has coached alongside him during his tenure at Siena - and now at George Washington. Coach Bousley speaks about the struggles of the 2020-21 season and the optimism about the future of George Washington University men's basketball.

Seminary for the Rest of Us
Thinking about Atonement Theology with Hannah Bowman

Seminary for the Rest of Us

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 40:01


Currently in our USA context, our so-called justice system is heavily punitive, and uses people, particularly black and brown folks, as its scapegoats. Might penal substitutionary atonement theology have something to do with this? In our conversation, Hannah explains how we can rethink substitutionary atonement theology in a non-punitive sense, and use Jesus' solidarity with victims and perpetrators of harm in the crucifixion to anchor abolition theology and thus the transformative and restorative justice from which it flows. Let's also think about how the resurrection plays into this. https://christiansforabolition.org https://christiansforabolition.org/resources/ Hannah Bowman is a graduate student in Religious Studies at Mount Saint Mary's University, Los Angeles, a literary agent, and a prison abolitionist. The founder and director of Christians for the Abolition of Prisons, she writes and teaches on the Christian theology supporting abolition; she is also a circle coordinator for the Los Angeles pilot Circles of Support and Accountability restorative-justice prison re-entry program, in collaboration with the Fresno Community Justice Center. Seminary for the Rest of Us, a tiny podcast where everyone is welcome to God-talk, is produced by Sabrina Reyes-Peters, was occasionally sound engineered by Mason Mennenga, and is web engineered by Charlie Peters. The theme music is by Matthew Scott. Support: https://ko-fi.com/sdrp_Find us on Twitter and Instagram @seminaryshow Email: seminary.show@gmail.com

Utah Lacrosse Report
Interview w/ Chris O'Donnell, Championship History, Semi Previews

Utah Lacrosse Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 14:13


Good morning lacrosse fans! It's championship week and I couldn't be more excited. If you want to relive the Quarterfinal action please review my last email. I have one request. Please show up to the girls championships on Friday and the boys championships on Saturday. Both days will be at Layton High School. Showing support is one way that others will take notice of our strong community and help it to grow. Nothing is given to us, we have to earn it. Show up! Interview with Brighton Head Coach Chris O'DonnellBrighton Head Coach Chris O'DonnellBrighton Head Coach Chris O'Donnell hails from Virginia where he starred in Soccer, Basketball and Lacrosse. O'Donnell went on to play lacrosse at Radford University in Virginia. After graduation he found himself in Utah on a Friday and coaching lacrosse on a Monday. We also talked about the 2021 Bengals who are in the semis as the No. 14 seed. Hope you enjoy the show!You can listen to the latest podcast above or on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Don't forget to subscribe and leave a rating!As always, this newsletter is brought to you by Vessel Kitchen.Championship HistoryLet's take a little jaunt down memory lane! 2019 @ Corner Canyon High SchoolOn May 18, 2019, the Park City boys team won its second straight title and third overall. The Herriman girls captured its first top tier title with a 11-7 win over Park City which was a rematch of the 2018 and 2017 title games. The Herriman girls finally broke through and beat Park City. It was such a great game filled with tons of emotion. The Herriman boys team won the Class B title with a 12-10 win over Pleasant Grove. Judge beat Waterford, 9-7, for the Class C title. The Juan Diego girls beat Corner Canyon, 12-10 to claim the girls Division II title. 2018 @ Skyline High SchoolMay 19, 2018 saw both the boys and girls Park City teams take home the state championship trophy. The Park City boys beat Brighton, 7-6, while the girls beat Herriman, 10-7. Jordan beat Davis, 15-8, in the girls Division II title game. East beat Spanish Fork, 8-3, in the boys Class B game and Mountain Crest beat Ridgeline, 8-7 in overtime, to win the Class C title. It was fun to see Park City win both the girls and boys titles. 2017 @ Alta High SchoolOn May 20, 2017, Juan Diego beat Brighton, 10-9, in the Class A title game. The Park City girls beat Herriman, 16-8, to claim the Division I title. Olympus beat Weber, 12-8, in the girls Division II title game while Herriman beat Northridge, 11-8, in the boys Class B game and Box Elder beat Timpview, 6-5, in the Class C title game. 2016 @ Brighton High SchoolOn May 21, 2016, Brighton defended its home turf by taking home the boys Class A title with a 8-6 win over Juan Diego. Park City beat American Fork, 16-7, in the girls Division I championship game. The Juan Diego girls team beat Roy, 10-8, in the girls Division II title game while Waterford took home the boys Class B title, 6-2, over Bonneville. Westlake beat rival Lehi, 5-4 in overtime, to claim the Class C title. A Bubba Fairman led Brighton wasn't going to be stopped although Juan Diego did its best to try and stop him and the rest of the Bengal offense. The Brighton defense was no slouch either. I remember the Class C title game being packed with emotion since Westlake had just broken off from Lehi. 2015 @ Corner Canyon High SchoolEditor's Note: The rest of these were taken from a past post I wrote for Utah Lacrosse NewsThe crown jewel of lacrosse stadiums took center stage on May 16, 2015 in what would be an excellent day of lacrosse with 3 of the games being decided by one goal and one going to overtime. The day began with Roy taking down Copper Hills, 8-7, in the girls D-II title game. The Girls D-I title was settled in an epic battle between rivals Park City and Brighton. The Miners got the best of the Bengals that day, winning 13-12 in overtime. The newly formed Class C saw Bountiful take down Box Elder, 10-6. Class B saw the No. 6 seed win the Championship when Logan took down Copper Hills, 10-7. The Class A title went to the hosts when the Chargers beat Park City, 9-8. I loved having it at Corner Canyon, mainly because of the big press box. The Girls D-I game was one for the ages. Such a battle. I remember it being rainy and cold. It was a great day. The Chargers were stacked that year with Zack Franckowiak, Matt Graney, Cole Parkinson, Garrett Bullet, Quinton Mathie and Garrett Michaeli. This was obviously the foundation for what the 2021 version of the Chargers looks like today. 2014 @ Corner Canyon & Park City High SchoolsFive champions were be crowed over a Friday and Saturday in what was a great weekend of lacrosse. On Friday, May 16, 2014, Corner Canyon hosted the Utah High School Lacrosse League Championship between Corner Canyon and Brighton. The Bengals would come out on top, 12-10. On Saturday, May 17, 2014, Park City played host. The first game saw Lehi finally break through and get the Girls D-II title, beating Pleasant Grove 7-6. In the Girls D-I, host Park City took down Riverton, 11-8. In the Boys D-II, Sky View beat Syracuse, 9-3. In the nightcap, Park City took home the D-I crown with a 16-4 win over Herriman.I remember the UHSLL game on Friday night being absolutely packed. It was a sight to see. I was talking with Brae Burbidge and Renee Tribe about how cool of sight it was. On Saturday I remember Coach Freeman walking off the field in tears again, but this time as a champion. Park City girls finally got the monkey off their back and beat Riverton. Syracuse was missing Connor Meyer which made a big difference in that game. My favorite part from the boys D-I was the post-game interview with Coach Langendorf. So genuine, so much emotion.2013 @ Copper Hills High SchoolCopper Hills hosted the 2013 championships which saw some phenomenal games.In the first game, American Fork beat Lehi, 11-7, for the D-II girls crown. In Girls D-I, Skyline continued its dominance that season, beating Park City, 10-9. Waterford took home the boys D-II title with a 6-4 win over Syracuse. In Boys D-I, Juan Diego went back-to-back, beating Lone Peak, 8-4.I was honored to be named the ‘Person of the Year' this year which was truly humbling. It was also my 6th wedding anniversary. We spent it in the North end-zone eating Marley's Sliders. We laugh about it now but I'm not sure she thought it was funny at the time. I also liked the games at Copper Hills since I lived down the street. American Fork was solid that year. I felt so bad for Coach Freeman as he walked off the field in tears. Skyline was so good that year. The one memory I have from the JD v. LP game was Eric Mika towering over everyone and a Freshman in yellow gloves named Josh Stout for Lone Peak. Wonder what happened to him ;)2012 @ Brighton High SchoolBrighton High School During the Boys D-I Championship - Haslam PhotographyBrighton High School was the backdrop for one of the best championship days in recent history. Each game was settle by one goal! In Girls D-II, Timpanogos beat Viewmont, 9-8. In Girls D-I, Bingham beat Park City, 12-11 in 3 overtimes. In Boys D-II, Mountain Crest beat Waterford, 11-10. In Boys D-I, Juan Diego beat Alta, 9-8.It doesn't get much better than Brighton when it comes to hosting games. This was the year we tried to sell ‘Grow the Game' t-shirts. That was a mistake, but to those who bought one, thank you. The play on the field couldn't have been better. It was intense from start to finish. I remember the big ULA logo at midfield that I thought was pretty cool. I remember learning how girls overtime worked… I remember the Mountain Crest v. Waterford game being a brute v. brains type of game. Mountain Crest has some huge athletes that could score at will. Waterford of course, had a strict game plan and played with tempo and finesse as always. Juan Diego had a stellar team that year. Alta had its fair share of studs as well. Amazing game.2011 @ Park City High SchoolAfter a freak rain storm left Westlake High School soaked, Park City stepped up and hosted the championships. In Girls D-II, Waterford beat Viewmont, 7-5. In Girls D-I, Alta beat Bingham, 12-6. In Boys D-II, Spanish Fork beat Timpanogos, 8-7. In Boys D-I, Brighton beat Judge, 8-7.Honestly, I had never been to a state championship game. I played lacrosse in high school but never quite made it that far. Dave Allen ruined those chances in the 2002 semifinals with strong game plan. Needless to say, I didn't know what I was in for. I remember feeling bad for the league who had put a ton of time into getting the games at Westlake just to have it cancelled due to rain. My fondest memory from that day was when Spanish Fork Head Coach Phil Dunn held the trophy as tight as he could for as long as he could. It was also the tail end of a back-to-back for Brighton. They were good that year.Here's the rest of the boys state championships. If anyone has the girls list, send it to me please! 2010: D-I - Brighton 10 Park City 7, D-II - Timpanogos 7 Spanish Fork 62009: D-I - Bountiful 12 Judge Memorial Catholic 6, D-II - Orem 15 Sky View 92008: D-I - Bountiful 12 Jordan 6, D-II - Lone Peak 13 Woods Cross 92007: D-I - Alta 9 Judge Memorial Catholic 6, D-II - Timpview 10 Logan 92006: D-I - Waterford 13 Jordan 12 (OT), D-II - Logan 17 Timpanogos 92005 - Skyline 16 Riverton 132004 - Waterford 12 Juan Diego Catholic 52003 - Waterford 13 Jordan 112002 - Alta 9 Judge Memorial Catholic 8 (2OT)2001 - Judge Memorial Catholic 12 Waterford 112000 - Judge Memorial Catholic 13 Waterford 121999 - Bingham 9 Highland 61998 - Murray over Highland1997 - Highland over Waterford1996 - Highland over Orem1995 - Judge Memorial Catholic over Alta1994 - Sunnyside over WaterfordInstagram QuestionsI asked ULR Instagram followers to send in questions and thought I'd answer them here. I've selected a few of the better questions.What teams should have been in the Boys Division A bracket? I think it was actually pretty accurate in terms of the teams that were in the A bracket. You could argue Weber could have replaced Skyline but the teams that were there were the Top 16 teams. Was Lone Peak an underrated team? It's tricky because they had 6 losses. Now, those 6 losses were all to teams higher than them (Park City, Mountain Ridge, American Fork, Corner Canyon) so they could have been as high as a No. 9 seed. Let's say they were No. 9, then they are going up against No. 8 American Fork who beat them twice in the regular season. Say that they win that game, then they are playing No. 1 Corner Canyon for the third time. No. 10 seed would have been playing No. 7 Mountain Ridge who they lost to. Maybe they are No. 11 and beat Davis? Okay, then you have to play Farmington/Brighton (in this case Brighton). You win that game, then you're matched up with… Park City in the semis. TL;DR - You have to play CC or PC at some point if you want to win the title. Do you think the RPI does teams justice? The RPI itself is doing what it's supposed to be doing which is using a computer to calculate the best teams. Where teams felt/feel ‘injustice' is the fact they couldn't play a difficult schedule because of their regions. Let's say Farmington plays Bingham, Park City, Green Canyon instead of a second game against Woods Cross, Bonneville, Viewmont and maybe things are seeded different. They would still be a Top 16 team though so all we're really talking about is a different seed. I understand that seeds matter to teams/players/coaches but the way that I look at it is that you remember when you lost in the playoffs, but no one else does. It's the title games that most people remember which is why seeds don't matter because if you're a top 2 TEAM, no matter the SEED, you'll be playing in the Championship game. What's it going to take to beat Corner Canyon? It's going to take a perfect game from the opponent and a mistake filled game from the Chargers. Even in that case it's not a forgone conclusion. Strategy wise it's to somehow stop an offense with 4-5 guys that are lethal shooters and a defense that doesn't allow goals. Favorite game this year? If I've kept my records straight, I've been to 43 games this year between high school and college. Throw in my daughters 3rd/4th games and it's close to 50. A couple games standout in no particular order: Brighton v. Olympus girls regular season game on 5/7. Whoever won claimed the Region 6 title. I got there a little after halftime because I was at the boys Oly/Brighton game. It was a battle. Brighton scored with a little over a minute left then their goalie stopped a free position shot as time expired to win. The Weber v. Northridge boys game on 4/27 went to overtime which was fun. I was also at the Timpview v. Mountain Ridge boys game on 4/20 that went to overtime with Mountain Ridge winning 11-10. Farmington v. Wasatch that was a 2 goal win for the Phoenix was another classic game. Next school to go NCAA D-I in Utah? The age old question. It's probably going to be UVU. The question is then: when? I think COVID probably derailed any momentum there was as I haven't heard any talk of it lately. Seeing as how D-I has lost more teams (Furman, Hartford to D-III) then gained, I think it may be awhile before we see any new programs anywhere, let alone Utah. That's just my uneducated guess. I do think if UVU were to add, it would hopefully open up a better blueprint for other non-FBS football (or in this case, non-football) West Coast schools to add. That would be exciting as there are a ton of those: Chapman, any of the UC or Cal State schools, LMU, Weber State, SUU, Dixie State, Grand Canyon (although I don't see them adding since they used to be an NCAA school). If you look at non-football schools that have NCAA D-I Men's lacrosse, you have: Denver, Fairfield, Quinnipiac, Jacksonville, Bellarmine, Loyola, Mount Saint Mary's, UMBC, Boston, UMass Lowell, Detroit Mercy, Hofstra, Canisius, Manhattan, St. Bonaventure, St. John's, Siena, High Point, Cleveland State, Drexel, Saint Joseph's, Vermont and Marquette. That's a lot of teams in a similar athletic situation as UVU. What isn't similar is enrollment. UVU has almost 10,000 students more than the next closest school (Boston). Now, you could also argue that because UVU doesn't have football, the revenue isn't there to support a team but I think there is ways around that as the above schools have proven. 2017 IMLAX Youth Registrations If you're confused by the headline, let me explain. I took the number of 7th/8th grade youth players in 2017 and compared them to this years high school teams because those players then are Juniors and Seniors now. The theory is that a strong youth program leads to success on the field at the high school level. You can view the data above and make your own conclusions. Obviously another key to a successful high school program, besides youth program size, is quality coaching. There's a couple teams that didn't have complete data (Herriman, Park City) and it's certainly possible that this list isn't 100% accurate. NCAA QuarterfinalsBubba Fairman (Brighton) scored 1 goal in the 14-13 overtime win for Maryland over Notre Dame. Garrett Bullet (Corner Canyon) and Zack Franckowiak (Corner Canyon) both played for Rutgers in the 12-11 overtime loss to UNC. Men's Semifinals: UNC will take on Virginia at 10:00 am MT while Duke faces Maryland at 2:30 pm MT on Saturday, May 29. Women's: UNC takes on Boston College at 10:00 am MT while Northwestern takes on Syracuse at Noon MT on Friday, May 28. Remember kids, it wasn't long ago that the NCAA Semis/Finals were the only games on TV. Don't take it for granted. Also, congrats to the Lindenwood Women's team who won the NCAA D-II Championship. Ellie Faulk (Park City) had a goal in the title game. Aleksa Allen (Herriman) is also on the team. High School Semis Tale of the TapeI was going to try to get through this newsletter without focusing on the games, but I couldn't resist. Don't forget to check out your brackets!Bracket LinksBoys Division ABoys Division BBoys Division CGirls Division AGirls Division BGirls Division CThat's it for today. I'll check back in midweek after the semis. — Tim Haslam This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.utahlaxreport.com

Head Change
Dosing with Cannabis - Susan Marks

Head Change

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2021 59:27


Susan Marks, AKA Nurse Susan is an alternative healthcare educator and consultant. Susan received her BSN in Nursing from Mount Saint Mary's University in 1984 and her Masters of Science in Nursing from Herzing University in 2019. She is a licensed Nurse Practitioner and Certified Family Nurse Practitioner as well as a Registered Nurse with the California Board of Registered Nursing. Susan discovered cannabis as a natural and safer means of treating her own neurological disorder known as essential tremors that cause her hands to shake uncontrollably.

Basilica of Saint Mary Podcast
Episode 189 - Deacon John O'Farrell's first homily

Basilica of Saint Mary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2021 15:17


John O’Farrell, whose home parish is the Basilica of Saint Mary, was ordained to the diaconate on April 10 by Bishop Michael Burbidge at the Cathedral of Saint Thomas More in Arlington. The following day, on April 11, O’Farrell preached his first homily during the 10:00 am Mass at the Basilica of Saint Mary. This podcast features that homily. O’Farrell is currently a seminarian for the Diocese of Arlington studying at Mount Saint Mary’s Seminary in Emmitsburg, Maryland. Founded in 1795, the Basilica of Saint Mary in Old Town Alexandria is the first Catholic parish established in Virginia. Pope Francis named the church a minor basilica on December 6, 2017 due to its important role in the growth of the Catholic Church in North America.

The Millennial Catholic Podcast: Conversations with a Priest

This week Fr. Scott wanted to take a break. So we talk to a seminarian from  Mount Saint Mary's seminary. We talk about hearing the call to become a priest. How joining seminary out of high school has parallels to joining the military out of high school. Oh yeah and even tho Fr. Scott wanted to take a break he really doesn't.   Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/TheMCPod)

Down The Alley
Episode 45- Mount Saint Mary's Coach!!!

Down The Alley

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2021 55:19


P-Mac Ted and JP go Down the Alley with MSM Defensive Coordinator Alec Tocco.  We talk about how he was introduced to the game, his career and now his position at the college level!  

ROME BOYS
Interview with Catholic Evangelist Jesse Romero!

ROME BOYS

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2021 54:54


On this episode the Rome Boys sit down with speaker and author Jesse Romero to talk about his New Book '' A Catholic Vote For Trump". Jesse Romero is a longtime Catholic evangelist and a retired veteran of the Los Angeles county sheriff's department. He holds an undergraduate degree from Mount Saint Mary's College in Los Angeles and a graduate degree in Catholic Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville. He speaks frequently around the country and is the popular host of two radio show. Jesse is the author of several books including "Catholics Wake Up!", "Be a Spiritual Warrior" and his most recent book "A Catholic Vote For Trump".   To learn more about Jesse and his mission, visit www.jesseromero.com

Courtside with Greenberg & Dakich
Coaches Getting Whacked and Second Look at the Bracket Edition

Courtside with Greenberg & Dakich

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 44:41


Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing the coaching carousel and Dan delivering his definitive take on Indiana firing Archie Miller. Then, the guys take a second look at the bracket and talk about if a shorthanded Kansas can hang, LSU’s potential, Michigan without Isaiah Livers, locking up Georgetown over Colorado, James Bouknight vs. Darryl Morsell, betting on Virginia Tech and Mount Saint Mary’s, Seth’s Jim Boeheim impression, and why they love Rutgers to beat Clemson.

Locked On Today
The Gonzaga Bulldogs finish their undefeated run to the NCAA Tournament

Locked On Today

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 20:30


Gonzaga was tested by BYU in the West Coast Conference Championship game, but it was the number one Zags coming back in the second half to finish the season 26-0. The depth the Zags have will help them in the NCAA Tournament. Four other tickets were punched to the NCAA Tournament with Drexel, Cleveland State, Mount Saint Mary's, and Oral Roberts all winning their conference tournaments. The NFL news came fast and furious on Tuesday and the Locked On NFL hosts had every story covered. Plus, How should the Los Angeles Lakers handle Anthony Davis in the second half of the season? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Golf Talk Live
GTL - Coaches Corner + Bill Slapin, BillsBotanicals.net & Susan Marks, Nurse

Golf Talk Live

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2021 114:00


Welcome to Golf Talk Live! Tune in LIVE Thursday 6:00 PM Central I'm excited to be feature Coaches Corner again this season. Joining me this week: Bill Abrams & Kate Tempesta. Later, I'm joined by: Bill Slapin, Founder BillsBotanicals.net & Susan Marks (Nurse), MSN, FNP-C, PHN. More on Bill & Susan: Bill Slapin founder of Bill’sBotanicals.net who perhaps like you, has been active and gone hard on his body all his life. Eventually, he found himself too achy and sore to do the things he loved. Rather than give up golf, exercise and simple chores that meant true quality of life, he found himself spending endless time and money trying to feel better. While searching for a solution that didn’t have the side effects of pills a friend recommended topical hemp extract or CBD. Susan Marks, received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Mount Saint Mary's College. She has clinical experience in adult Medical/Surgical; pediatric Oncology/Hematology; home care; case management; disease management; quality improvement; and, risk management. Currently, a member of the American Cannabis Nurses Association. Join me LIVE Thursdays from 6:00 - 8:00PM Central http://www.blogtalkradio.com/golftalklive Or listen on these social media platforms:  iTunes , Stitcher, Tunein, Castbox, TalkStreamLive & Spotify.

Blessed2Play
Blessed2Play - 02/28/2021 - Best Of Jay Phillips

Blessed2Play

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2021 30:00


This week’s Blessd2Play collegiate spotlight show features Jay Phillips the director of cross-country and track and field at Mount Saint Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, MD. Host Ron Meyer talks to Jay about how he integrates his Catholic faith while coaching division one athletes.

The Orthodoxical Podcast
Faith, Philosophy, and Politics with Scott Coley | E15

The Orthodoxical Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 73:17


For most of us, philosophy was the confusing and boring class that we daydreamed about getting out of in college. However, philosophy impacts all of us in that it's all about asking the big questions we often would rather not face: what are humans? Why are we here? What does it mean to live a "good" life? What is "justice" and can we achieve it? Fortunately, Dr. Scott Coley is here to help us unpack philosophy, white evangelicalism, morality, and more in this episode. Grab your earbuds and tune in! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dr. Scott Coley is a philosophy professor & Director of Global Encounters at Mount Saint Mary's University. He blogs at Faith, Philosophy, and Politics, and just started a podcast with the same name. Additionally, he has a forthcoming book on justice, politics & U.S. evangelicalism.

The Delivering Happiness Podcast
Supporting Customer Service Through the Coronavirus Crisis | AI Insights from Tethr

The Delivering Happiness Podcast

Play Episode Play 33 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 15, 2020 53:34


Continuing with our Customer Service theme, we will explore the future trends for Customer Service. Tethr, an AI-powered conversation Intelligence platform, did a research analyzing roughly 1 Million customer service calls with cross-section of industries with a proprietary 250-variable algorithm that measure customer experience. Matt Dixon, Tethr's Chief Product & Research Officer, also shared with us the new practices that help CS employees to improve customer's and their own call experience. Here is the link to download the Employee ToolKit that Paul mentioned on the callAs Chief Product & Research officer, Matt has responsibility for product strategy, product management, research and IP development at Tethr. Prior to joining Tethr, Matt was Senior Partner and Global Head of Sales Force Effectiveness Solutions at Korn Ferry Hay Group and, before that, was Group Leader of the sales, customer service and customer experience research and advisory practice at CEB, now Gartner. In addition to his responsibilities at Tethr, Matt is a noted business writer and speaker. His books include The Challenger Sale: Taking Control of the Customer Conversation, The Effortless Experience: Conquering the New Battleground for Customer Loyalty and The Challenger Customer: Selling to the Hidden Influencer Who Can Multiply Your Results. Matt is also a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review, having been published more than twenty times in both HBR's print and online editions. Matt holds a Ph.D. from the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh as well as a B.A. in International Studies from Mount Saint Mary's University in Emmitsburg, Maryland.About Tethr: Tethr's vision is a world where every company listens, and every customer is heard. Tethr is an Austin Texas-based maker of cloud-based conversation intelligence software that combines powerful AI, machine learning and over a decade of customer experience and sales research to surface contextual insights from phone calls and other customer service interactions. Organizations are using Tethr to quickly, easily and accurately turn large amounts of unstructured voice of customer conversation data into insights that fuel smarter decisions and improved business performance, enabling them to become Listening Enterprises. 

J.T. The L.A. Storyteller
EPISODE 23 – IT GIRL THOUGHTS

J.T. The L.A. Storyteller

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2020 67:59


In our twenty-third episode, listeners meet Tricia Lopez, the author of In Time I Will (2020), a collection of poetry, as well as the host of It Girl Thoughts, a podcast by Tricia documenting her work and journey as a 21 year old graduate student in the creative writing program at Mount Saint Mary’s University.Continue reading EPISODE 23 – IT GIRL THOUGHTS →

Victory Laps With Sarah Wassner Flynn
Victory Laps: The Podcast With Sarah Wassner Flynn // Episode 3: Ashley Weishaar

Victory Laps With Sarah Wassner Flynn

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2020 54:27


This week, I'm chatting with Ashley Weishaar. Ashley and I met as freshmen at Mount Saint Mary's University (Go Mount!) where we ran on the cross country and track teams together. And Ashley wasn't just a runner: She jumped into just about every event there was, and even set a school record in the pole vault that stood for a few years. But despite being the picture of health and athleticism, Ashley's health took a serious turn not long after we graduated when she was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis, an auto-immune disease that attacks the colon. Ashley, a mom of five (!), bravely battled this disease for 17 years before coming to a crossroads when the disease was no longer manageable. Her doctor gave her the grim news that her colitis had progressed to the point where it really came between life and death. So, she made the brave decision to under go a total colectomy three years ago. And, today she is celebrating her victory lap, colon–and disease–free. I am so honored Ashley agreed to share this very personal story with Victory Laps listeners. Through her vulnerability and optimism, I know she will provide hope to others, especially those going through any auto-immune disease or other health challenges. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/victorylaps/message

Money Stories with LDT
A Lesson in the Art of Giving with Mary Spellman

Money Stories with LDT

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2020 26:29


Mary Spellman is an Executive In Residence at N2Growth serving as a senior advisor in the global education practice with an emphasis on higher education and EdTech. Prior to joining N2Growth, Mary served as the Dean of Students at Claremont McKenna College, Sarah Lawrence College, and Saint Mary's College of California as well as in Student Activities and Student Affairs leadership positions at Dickinson College and Mount Saint Mary's College. In today's episode, we discuss the power of charitable giving and how you can create an impact — at any dollar amount. Learn more about Mary: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mary-spellman-3a8423105/

The BRO.C
The BRO.C - S2 E17 - The Brothers Grim (with Claudia Restrepo)

The BRO.C

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2018 55:55


Guess who's back? Back again? Trey is back. And so is the wildly talented, beautiful, and successful bad ass Buzzfeed Lady, Claudia Restrepo (@clauddog)! This episode, we chat S2 E17 "The Brothers Grim" and jump back in to the Julie porn debacle, New Trey vs. Old Trey, trips to Mount Saint Mary's all women's university, dramatic adult tantrums, fake receipts, Howard Hughes, fake TRL, and presh Seth & Summer moments. Uh oh, we in TREYble!