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Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
CLASSIC: That Time Fastiggi Called Out the Industry of Papal Slanderers

Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022


Michael reviews clips of Dr. Robert Fastiggi calling out the industry of papal slanderers on various topics like Pachamama, Amoris Laetitia, the Abu Dhabi agreement, and the writings of Archbishop Vigano. The clips reviewed come from here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7Tk3MWfRAU&t=902s

The Walk: Devotionals by Worship Leaders
Matt Maher: Did God Forget About Me?

The Walk: Devotionals by Worship Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 17:34 Transcription Available


Mentorship and coaching is seen all throughout the Bible, but what is not talked about often is the sacrifice needed from both the mentor and the mentee. In this episode, Matt Maher takes us through a story of embarrassment and shame that shaped his faith walk and identified his need for a mentor. The biblical reference in the episode is based on Deuteronomy 34. 4 And the Lord said to him, “This is the land of which I swore to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, ‘I will give it to your offspring.' I have let you see it with your eyes, but you shall not go over there.” 5 So Moses the servant of the Lord died there in the land of Moab, according to the word of the Lord… Then to verse 9 - And Joshua the son of Nun was full of the spirit of wisdom, for Moses had laid his hands on him. So the people of Israel obeyed him and did as the Lord had commanded Moses. Moses had sinned against God and, even though God had said all along that he would use Moses to lead his people to the promised land, he didn't allow Moses “into” the promised land. God showed Moses the completion of his vision, but didn't allow Moses to see it through himself. He used Moses's mentee, Joshua. What would that look like for you? Would you be okay if God had given you a vision, but didn't intend for you to complete that vision? Only to instigate it and be a part of pushing it along? We all assume we're the hero of our own story, but when we realize we're a small part of a much greater story, we release expectations and are more able to mentor and guide others, which is the way of Jesus. He mentored 12 through his entire ministry and in order to complete the vision God had for him he was required to die, much in the same way that Moses did. Of course, the people of that day thought that the vision died with Jesus, but for those of us who are followers of The Way, we know the good news that happened three days later. But, to the point of this episode, those that Jesus mentored founded the very church that still exists today. So, leaders, reflect on who has a similar call and vision to your own that you can mentor. For those who don't have a mentor, seek one out through prayer. We can also help be a resource for you as we provide mentorship and coaching through the Worship Leader Institute.  Here's a great scripture to close us out: 1 Corinthians 3:10 By the grace God has given me, I laid a foundation as a wise builder, and someone else is building on it. But each one should build with care. 11 For no one can lay any foundation other than the one already laid, which is Jesus Christ. - - - - - - Please subscribe to our social channels for more information and great content surrounding building a lifestyle of worship. This podcast is brought to you by Authentic Media and Worship Leader Magazine. Our host is Joshua Swanson and the show's co-producer and editor is Matt McCartie. More episodes can be found here. Who Is Matt Maher A 9x Grammy nominee and a 5x GMA Dove Award winner, Matt Maher is a thought leader in the artistic, musical and songwriter community and music industry. Named an official Steinway artist in 2015, Matt has performed in front of more Papal events than any other artist, and releases his 12th studio album, “The Stories I Tell Myself” on October 21. He is the prolific songwriter behind well-known worship anthems like the RIAA Platinum certified “Lord, I Need You” and “Your Grace Is Enough” as well as multiple #1 radio singles: both the RIAA Gold certified “Because He Lives (Amen)” and “Alive and Breathing” and Crowder's “Come As You Are” and Third Day's “Soul On Fire”. His next single, “The Lord's Prayer (It's Yours) showcases his writing, recording and producing, and adds to his more than 1M career sales and streams over the past two decades. Maher embarks on his 12th headline tour in Spring 2023, is a native of Newfoundland Canada, and currently resides in Nashville, TN with his wife, Kristin, their three children and two pups.

Militant Thomist
On Papal Heresy: Responding to the Dimond/Cassman Debate

Militant Thomist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 147:09


Thank you for supporting Scholastic Answers Here is my response to the debate between Jeff Cassman and Peter Dimond on Sedevacantism featured on Pints with Aquinas. Sedevacantism Debate: Are John XXIII Through Francis True Popes? Jeff Cassman Vs Br. Peter Dimond: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIauJB2_y1c Click the join button above to get all your livestream questions answered. FURTHER RESOURCES To get Tutoring: https://www.christianbwagner.com/book-online Annotated Thomist: https://www.christianbwagner.com/annotated-thomist SPONSOR Use the code “Militant” for 20% off to learn Greek here: https://fluentgreeknt.com/ MUSIC https://youtu.be/ePYe3lqsu-g https://youtu.be/Hi5YgbiNB1U SUPPORT Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ5DQ8zCOmeAqOcKTbSb7fg Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/MilitantThomist Donate: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?business=9XM8FACTLFDW2&no_recurring=0&item_name=Support+my+Apostolate¤cy_code=USD SusbscribeStar: https://www.subscribestar.com/militant-thomist FOLLOW Discord: https://discord.gg/3pP6r6Mxdg Website: https://www.christianbwagner.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MilitantThomist Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/543689120339579 Twitter: https://twitter.com/MilitantThomist Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/militantthomist/ WATCH https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ5DQ8zCOmeAqOcKTbSb7fg LISTEN Podcast: https://www.christianbwagner.com/podcast Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0exZN1vHDyLuRjnUI3sHXt?si=XHs8risyS1ebLCkWwKLblQ Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/militant-thomist/id1603094572 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/militantthomist SHOP Book Store: https://www.christianbwagner.com/shop Mug: https://www.redbubble.com/i/mug/Militant-Thomist-Radical-Newmanite-by-MilitantThomist/102625027.9Q0AD?fbclid=IwAR0_1zGYYynNl2gGpMWX6-goToVQ-TAb2gktO5g8LbxczFTR0xRvcz3q-oQ

Morning Air
Tim Schmalz, Sculpture of Padre Pio/ Ashley Noronha, Latest From the Vatican/ Joe Boland, Hurricane Fiona and Puerto Rico

Morning Air

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 50:47


9/21/22 6am CT Hour John, Glen and Sarah chat about Russia, Puerto Rico and Aaron Judge breaking Babe Ruth's Homerun Record. Tim shares his process for sculpting Catholic statues and his latest project Padre Pio. Ashley reports on the Papal audience, Eucharistic Congress in Matera and the celebrations for the feast of St. Januarius, St. Matthew and Padre Pio. Joe explains what Catholic Extension is working on in the recovery effort for Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria and Fiona.

Edify by Burning Bush
The Three W's

Edify by Burning Bush

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 69:21


Do you know what the 3 W's are in the New Covenant? The Pope demands allassets, money, gold, and silver, that is controlled by the Papal be sent to theThe Vatican, what is this all about? Who actually owns the world, who is Blackrockand Vanguard, The Spartacus Letter, and the criminal conspiracy that has beenperpetuated on humanity! New episodes are released every Monday.  Subscribe so you don't miss an episode, and leave us a rating on your podcast platform of choice. For more info or to support Burning Bush Ministries, visit our website at burningbushministries.tv.Follow us on social media:Twitter.com/ediifypodcastInstagram.com/edifypodcastFacebook.com/edifypodcastSources:https://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/Galatians-4-19/https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Hebrews+10%3A9&version=KJVhttps://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Hebrews%2010%3A10&version=KJVhttps://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1+Timothy+2%3A4&version=KJVhttps://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2+Peter+3%3A9&version=KJVhttps://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Habakkuk+2%3A3+&version=KJVhttps://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John%2017%3A19&version=KJVhttps://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+26%3A28&version=KJVhttps://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/Romans-4-25/https://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/2-Corinthians-5-21/https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Ephesians+4%3A8-10+&version=KJVhttps://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Colossians+2%3A14-15&version=KJVhttps://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Psalm%20103%3A2-5&version=KJVhttps://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=galatians+3%3A13&version=KJVhttps://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Hebrews+10%3A11-15&version=KJVhttps://biblehub.com/kjv/1_corinthians/2-8.htmhttps://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John+16%3A1-16+&version=KJVhttps://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/Romans-14-17/https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Romans%2015:13&version=KJVhttps://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Romans+5%3A5&version=KJVhttps://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2+Corinthians+3%3A2-6+&version=KJVhttps://www.soulask.com/whats-coming-pope-francis-ordered-all-church-money-to-be-transferred-to-the-vatican-bank-by-october-1/https://www.organicconsumers.org/news/who-owns-world-blackrock-and-vanguard

Return To Tradition
Papal Idolatry: Two Prelates Warn About The Error Of Our Times

Return To Tradition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 13:44


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Saint of the Day
St Maxim (Sandovich), martyr of Lemkos, Czechoslovakia (1914) (August 24 OC)

Saint of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 3:47


St Maxim was born in the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1888. At this time all Orthodox Churches had been captured and subjected to the "Unia," by which, though keeping the Orthodox liturgical rites, they were united to the Roman Catholic Church. Many of the Carpatho-Russian people were ignorant of the change and what it meant; others were unhappy with it but, in their subject condition, saw no alternative. Maxim's farmer parents, at great personal sacrifice, obtained an education for him that enabled him to study for the priesthood at the Basilian seminary in Krakow. Here he discerned the un-Orthodox nature of the "Greek Catholic" training there and traveled to Russia, where he became a novice at the Great Lavra of Pochaev and met Archbishop Anthony (Khrapovitsky), who encouraged him in his quest for Orthodoxy. (Archbishop Anthony, after the Russian Revolution, became the first Metropolitan of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad). He entered seminary in Russia in 1905 and was ordained to the Priesthood in 1911.Metropolitan Anthony, knowing the hardships and persecutions that awaited any Orthodox priest in Austro-Hungary, offered to find Maxim a parish in Russia. But Maxim was already aware of the hunger for Orthodoxy among many of the Carpatho-Russian people; several people from his village had travelled to America and while there had attended Orthodox Churches and confessed to Orthodox priests. They begged him to return to his country and establish an Orthodox parish there.   When he returned to his native village of Zhdynia, the polish authorities, seeing him in the riassa, beard and uncut hair of an Orthodox priest, mocked him, saying "Look, Saint Nicholas has come to the Carpathians!" But the people of nearby Hrab sent a delegation asking him to set up an Orthodox parish in their village. This he did, setting up a house-church in the residence that the people gave him. Almost immediately, he and his people began to be harassed and persecuted, first at the instigation of "Greek Catholic" priests, then of the government. His rectory/church was closed, and he and several of his parishioners were repeatedly jailed, sometimes on trumped-up charges of sedition. (The Carpatho-Russian people were always suspected of pro-Russian political sympathies by the Austrian and Polish authorities).   Despite these persecutions, through Fr Maxim's labors a wave of desire for Orthodoxy spread through the region, with many Carpatho-Russians openly identifying themselves as Orthodox. The government issued orders to regional mayors to forbid those who had identified themselves as Orthodox to gather and, in 1913, appointed a special commissioner whose task was to force the people to return to Catholicism.   In 1914, war broke out between Russia and Austro-Hungary. Despite lack of any evidence that Fr Maxim had engaged in pro-Russian political activity — he once said "My only politics is the Gospel" — he was arrested and executed on September 6 by the Papal calendar, August 24 by the Church Calendar. He was denied any form of Church burial, and his father buried him with his own hands.   Following the First World War, Orthodoxy became legal in the new Polish Republic, and a monument was placed over Fr Maxim's grave in his home town of Zhdynia. In 1994, the Orthodox Church of Poland officially glorified St Maxim.

Cosmic Reality Podcast
"COSMIC REALITY" 8/23/22 - COSMIC REALITY - Constitution, Papal Bulla, ET

Cosmic Reality Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 116:01


“Cosmic Reality Radio Show” with Nancy Hopkins, Walt Silva, Dolly Howard, Nicholas Dee THE THREE PAPAL BUBLES THAT SLAVE THE EARTH'S POPULATION- Dolores Cannon Alex Collier Walt - https://www.NewParadigmTools.net    Dolly Howard can be heard on "Dolly Shares 7-8 pm EST every other Wednesday. https://www.cosmicreality.com/radio.html Walt Silva's Eagle: https://www.newparadigmtools.net/the-eagle-shungite-cloudbuster.html NANCY'S BOOKS https://www.cosmicreality.com/books--blogs.html Nancy's Shungite Recommendations SHUNGITE STORE https://mysticalware.com ARCHIVES: https://www.cosmicreality.com/archives.html PODCASTS: https://pod.co/cosmic-reality-radio Healing Tones: https://www.cosmicreality.net/cosmic-reality-blog/healing-tone Music by Renate Jett, Jett Music https://myspace.com/jett4music/music/songs Music by Barbara Meneses & Craig Stuart - https://www.Baj-Pendulos.com/en/

Dirty Talk Podcast
Commemorative Synthetic Embryos From Papal Orgies- Ep 192

Dirty Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 41:16


What development is one step closer to the future Rain dreams of, when during the month is creativity at its zenith, how did a fetish change the course of medical practice, why is there still stigma around BDSM, and where … Continued Join The Dirty Talk Podcast Community On Patreon or Donate On PayPal Get Your Dirty Talk Podcast Merch Here Follow The Dirty Talk Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Reddit, or YouTube The post Commemorative Synthetic Embryos From Papal Orgies- Ep 192 appeared first on dirtytalkpodcast.com

FM4 Reality Check Podcast
In Depth: Why papal retirements pose a challenge for the Church

FM4 Reality Check Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 13:09


Pope Francis has hinted that he might retire. He would follow Pope Benedict, who is now 95. The election of a successor to Francis would mean the Catholic Church would have three living popes, and that makes some people nervous. Jan Machielsen, senior lecturer in early modern history at Cardiff University explains why.

Catholic Answers Live
#10770 Your Bible Questions - Jimmy Akin

Catholic Answers Live

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022


Questions Covered: 01:05 – Is there any reference to Papal infallibility in the Old Testament? 11:10 – What is your favorite version of the Bible and why? 14:26 – Is there Biblical proof for the Eucharist? 18:27 – In Matthew 27, what is meant by the passage that says, “many saints who slept rose from the dead”? 21:49 – How many people in the Bible are referred to as the “Son of Man”? 33:00 – Why does the Catholic Bible have more books than the Protestant Bible? 36:19 – What is the Catholic understanding of Revelation 2:9? 42:15 – Were there any exorcists in the Old Testament? 46:40 – How do I answer my Protestant friend who claims that only in “66 books” is the truth of the Bible? 49:15 – The parable of the wedding feast this past week has me concerned about merit and salvation. Can you explain it further? …

Tudoriferous
Cameo 2 - Adriano Castellesi

Tudoriferous

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 20:54


Papal tax-collector, rider of the gravy train and man on the run.

Where Peter Is - On the Go!
Dr. Brugger and Papal Authority

Where Peter Is - On the Go!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 12:15


Partakers Church Podcasts
Church History Part 26

Partakers Church Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 5:39


Part 26 Reformation 3 - England Here We Come! We are now in England in the early 16th century! However Protestantism had commenced earlier in the 14th century with John Wyclif who we looked at back in episode 22. Wyclif was the 'Morning Star of the English Reformation', who had a great desire to ensure that the Bible was made available to everyone in their own language. So a strong evangelical protest started with Wyclif. King Henry VIII  In the late 1520s King Henry 8th as head of the Roman Catholic Church in England, broke away from the Church in Rome. He broke away because he wanted a divorce from Catherine of Aragon, which Pope Clement VII refused to accept. Earlier, in the year 1521, Clement had recognised Henry as the 'Defender of the Faith' for his writings against Martin Luther. Pope Clement VII was known for his intolerance of Protestants and his main method of evangelisation was through coercion and force if necessary. In 1531 Henry prevented the English clergy from dealing with Rome under an Act of Parliament labelling this as treason. In 1534 Henry was made the 'Supreme Head of the Church of England' by the parliament. However he remained Roman Catholic in practice and doctrine. In 1532 made Thomas Cranmer the Archbishop of Canterbury – the clerical head of the Church of England. Reformation in England however continued unabated. Thomas Cranmer was a reformer and was helped by many of the Reformers driven from Europe by the Roman Catholic attacks on the Protestants. William Tyndale translated the New Testament into English and this made a significant impact. Edward VI (1547-1553) became the king at the age of 10, and ruled for 6 years. He was well trained by Cranmer. He allowed religious freedom, and he published with the help of Cranmer, the 1st and 2nd Prayer Books. Then there was a change back again! Mary Tudor "Queen Bloody Mary" (1553-1558). Mary was a fanatical Roman Catholic and set out to re-establish the Roman Catholic Church. She put to death many bishops including Cranmer. She marred Charles V son (Spain) to bring all of Christendom under Spanish power. In 1554, she resubmitted England to Papal authority. Queen Elizabeth (1559-1603). As a daughter of Henry VIII second wife, Anne Boleyn, she was not recognised by the Pope. She was not in full agreement with the Reforming Protestants, but maintained Protestant leanings. She influenced preparation of the 39 Articles of Communion, largely prepared by Cranmer, which were less reformed as a result. In 1559, she became 'Governor of the Church of England'. She defeated the Spanish Armada, with the help of Sir Francis Drake, who were attacking in order to bring England back under Spanish and Roman Catholic control. This strengthened the Protestant cause in England. The main issue in the 14th to 16th centuries, as we have seen was 'None but Christ saves'. That is, that the Gospel is good news for all of humanity. Nobody can earn their salvation, but rather salvation is a free gift from God for all those who choose to receive it. This is a far cry from the excesses of Church dogma to date and closer to the teachings of Jesus Christ and the early church. Tap or Click here to download/save this as an audio mp3 file

10/3: Canada Covered
How was the papal's visit viewed by Canada's Indigenous community

10/3: Canada Covered

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 17:37


The Papal visit to Canada was seen by many as an important step on the path to reconciliation. But did Pope Francis's apology for the Catholic Church's role in residential schools go far enough? And in the grand scheme of things, does it make a difference? Doug Cuthand, Indigenous affairs columnist for the Saskatoon StarPhoenix and Regina Leader-Post joins Dave Breakenridge to discuss the significance of the visit, what the Church needs to do now, and what role the federal government has to play going forward. Background reading: Cuthand: Pope's Canadian visit prompts mixed Indigenous reactions Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

RULES FOR RETROGRADES (Tim Gordon & Dave Gordon)
New Papal Letter to James Martin, Esss Jay

RULES FOR RETROGRADES (Tim Gordon & Dave Gordon)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 32:46


New Papal Letter to James Martin, Esss Jay____________________________________________________________________

EWTN NEWS NIGHTLY
2022-08-03 - EWTN News Nightly | Wednesday August 3, 2022

EWTN NEWS NIGHTLY

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 30:00


On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: President Joe Biden signed a new executive order focused on abortion, and it coincided with the first meeting of his "Task Force on Reproductive Healthcare Access." Pro-life groups say it won't stop their mission to protect unborn lives. President of Students for Life Action, Kristan Hawkins, joins to help us unpack the executive order. Meanwhile, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has toured a human rights' museum in Taiwan, affirming an "ironclad" US commitment to the self-governing island. In reaction to the visit, China has scheduled military exercises for tomorrow near Taiwan's defense perimeter. Chief-of-Staff to the former Director of National Intelligence and Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, Dustin Carmack, joins to share whether he sees a peaceful resolution to this. And a bill expanding healthcare coverage for veterans sickened by gases from military toxic burn pits passed the Senate last night. It was unexpectedly held up by Republicans. Pope Francis' next trip is in September to Kazakhstan. EWTN Vatican Producer Alexey Gotovsky is in the central Asian country to tell us more about the Papal trip. Finally this evening, young pilgrims from all over Europe are heading to Spain as part of Compostela's Holy Year. A Spanish pilgrim in Santiago de Compostela, Elena De Andres, joins to tell us a little more about this meeting and what her expectations are. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn

Partakers Church Podcasts
Church History Part 20

Partakers Church Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 7:50


Part 20 Church in the Middle Ages 3 Today we continue looking there by looking at the man Thomas Aquinas before going on to see the Eastern and Western Churches fall apart spectacularly. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274) Thomas Aquinas was born in Italy in 1225. Starting his clerical career with the Dominicans, he quickly established himself as a theologian and philosopher of note. Indeed, he is perhaps the greatest theologian of this period. Aquinas was well noted for being an orator and debater, renowned for having a keen and quick intellect. With his intellect, he continued to attempt to reconcile faith with reason and the Scriptures. He also sought to prove the existence of God and developed the 'Five Ways', a system of natural theology. Here is a very crude summary of the “Five Ways” taken from his work “Summa Theologica”. 1. The first way is an argument from motion. It is certain, and in accordance with sense experience, that some things in this world are moved. He concludes with this section with: We are therefore bound to arrive at a first mover which is not moved by anything, and all men understand that this is God. 2. The second way is from the nature of an efficient cause. We find that there is a sequence of efficient causes in sensible things. He concludes this section with: We are therefore bound to suppose that there is a first efficient cause. And all men call this God. 3. The third way is from the nature of possibility and necessity. There are some things which may either exist or not exist, since some things come to be and pass away, and may therefore be or not be. He concludes this section with: We are therefore bound to suppose something necessary in itself, which does not owe its necessity to anything else, but which is the cause of the necessity of other things. And all men call this God. 4. The fourth way is from the degrees that occur in things, which are found to be more and less good, true, noble, and so on. He concludes this section with: There is therefore something which is the cause of the being of all things that are, as well as of their goodness and their every perfection. This we call God. 5. The fifth way is from the governance of things. We see how some things, like natural bodies, work for an end even though they have no knowledge. He concludes this section with: There is therefore an intelligent being by whom all natural things are directed to their end. This we call God. Thomism (Aquinas theology) was declared eternally valid by the Pope in 1879. You can download a copy of perhaps Aquinas' greatest work, 'Summa Theologica' freely at Christian Classics Ethereal Library Here is one of his prayers. You will see the richness of his theology and faith – much of which formed our theology today! Perhaps you can pray it, even now! A prayer of Thomas Aquinas O Almighty and all-knowing God, Who is without beginning or end! Who is the giver, preserver, and rewarder of all virtue! Grant me to stand firm on the solid foundation of faith, be protected by the invincible shield of hope, and be adorned by the nuptial garment of charity. Grant me by justice to obey you, by prudence to resist the crafts of the Devil, by temperance to hold to moderation, by fortitude to bear adversity with patience. Grant that the goods I have I may share liberally with those who have not, and the goods which I do not have I may seek with humility from those who have. Grant that I may truly recognise the guilt of the evil I have done, and bear with equanimity the punishments I have deserved; that I may never lust after the goods of my neighbour, but always give thanks to you for all thy good gifts. Plant in me, O Lord, all thy virtues, that in divine matters I might be devout, in human affairs wise, and in the proper needs of the flesh onerous to no one. And grant that I may never rush to do things hastily, nor balk to do things demanding, so that I neither yearn for things too soon, nor desert things before they are finished. Eastern Orthodox Church During this time there was also upheaval coming in the Eastern church. The Slavic nations of Eastern Europe were Christianised during the 10th & 12th centuries. Christianity spread to Russia in the 10th century. According to legend, the prince Vladimir sent envoys to investigate Islam, Judaism & Christianity. They were so impressed with Christianity in Constantinople, that Vladimir ordered a mass baptism of Russians. We saw earlier in this series, how the Eastern and Western churches were moving apart. Now we approach the official parting of ways. In the year 1054, papal representatives of Pope Leo XV entered the Church of Holy Wisdom in Constantinople. Cardinal Humbert was sent initially to work out a conciliatory agreement with the Eastern Orthodox leadership. However, while the Russian emperor was willing, the Patriarch Michael Cerularius was intractable. With similar personalities and intolerance, Ceralarius and Humbert clashed. The clash provoked Humber to issue an official document which excommunicated the Eastern Church from the Roman Catholic Church. Humber and his colleagues marched into Constantinople's Church of Holy Wisdom and issued a Papal document excommunicating the Eastern Church. The impact of this is still felt even today. But a greater chasm was to come to the Roman Catholic church, and we will see that later in our series. Tap or click here to download this as an audio mp3 file

The Daily Zeitgeist
Pope Apologizes For Non-Apology, Millionaires Too Broke For Moon? 08.02.22

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 64:42


In episode 1300, Miles and guest co-host Joelle Monique are joined by comedian and host of Never Seen It, Kyle Ayers, to discuss... Golf Fans Not That Into Saudi Arabian/Trump Sportswashing Tournament, The Pope's Canadian “Apology Tour” Didn't Go So Well, Wanna Get Away? Researchers Have Found A Nice Spot For Humans On The Moon and more! Golf Fans Not That Into Saudi Arabian/Trump Sportswashing Tournament The Pope's Canadian “Apology Tour” Didn't Go So Well Indigenous people hope Pope Francis goes beyond apology after visit to Canada Catholic dioceses previously failed to raise money promised to survivors. Will they now? Canadian government says pope's apology not enough for abuses of Indigenous children Pope calls for 'serious investigation' into historic Catholic abuses of native Canadians Translation error behind Pope's call for 'investigation' into residential schools: organizers Gift of headdress to Pope draws condemnation from some First Nations people in Manitoba Residential school compensation must be paid before any papal visit, say survivors, advocates Wanna Get Away? Researchers Have Found A Nice Spot For Humans On The Moon LISTEN: Mantra by Makaya McCravenSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

OnePeterFive Podcast
Trad Response to Apparent Papal Paganism

OnePeterFive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 49:59


CLIP of Indian rite and HH Francis' participation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lg6Race7RvE

Practicing Catholic Show
Vatican Unveiled: See the World's Largest Collection of Papal Artifacts (with Fr. Richard Kunst)

Practicing Catholic Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 11:47


Iron ore, Betty's Pies and papal artifacts. What do they all have in common? They're waiting for you on the North Shore of Lake Superior this summer. Seriously. Here to talk about the papal artifacts – and possibly pie – Father Rich Kunst, a priest of the Diocese of Duluth and artifact collector. https://vaticanunveiled.com/

Roy Green Show
Cowesses First Nation Chief Cadmus Delorme response to Papal apology.

Roy Green Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 17:04


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Roy Green Show
Roy Green Show Podcast, July 30: Hockey Canada. - Political Science Prof Duane Bratt. - Allyson Forsyth on alleged sexual assault. - Cowesses First Nation Chief Cadmus Delorme response to Papal apology

Roy Green Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 66:29


Today's podcast, July 30, features: MPs Housefather & Hepfner on Hockey Canada inquiry. - Political Science Prof Duane Bratt. Trudeau, Charest, Poilievre. - Allyson Forsyth. Cdn Olympics skier Safe Sport leader on alleged sexual assault and Alpine Canada's interference. - Cowesses First Nation Chief Cadmus Delorme response to Papal apology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Grey History: The French Revolution
Joint Episode - History of the Papacy Podcast

Grey History: The French Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 99:37


I'm thrilled to introduce Grey History's first joint episode! Steve Guerra from the History of the Papacy joins me for a fantastic chat about all things Papacy, Church, and French Revolution. We would love to do another discussion in the future, so please send through ideas for possible conversations on topics relating to the Papacy or the Catholic Church in either France or the revolutionary era! A huge thank you to the Patreon supporters of Grey History! Your support is what makes special episodes like this possible!Part I - 2:30The history of the Papacy and the Catholic Church in Europe and in France.Part II - 28:45The history of the Church in the French Revolution, the initial relationship between the Church and the Revolutionaries, and where it went all wrong!Part III - 1:02:22How the revolution helped to craft the modern Papacy that we're familiar with today!Enjoying Grey History? Support the show today!https://www.patreon.com/greyhistoryFollow on social media & subscribe to the newsletter:linktr.ee/greyhistory

Encyclopedia Obscura
O is for Oceans (The Megalodon) & P is for Popes

Encyclopedia Obscura

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 33:21


This week we get a little too personal with our experiences with the ocean? There is also history and science too. :)Artwork: Jovana StekovicLogo:  nydaaaMusic: Home Base Groove by Kevin MacLeod   Casey's Sources:https://www.britannica.com/story/just-how-many-oceans-are-therehttps://oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/exploration.htmlhttps://www.rd.com/list/ocean-mysteries/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTPcq2HczVYhttps://bestlifeonline.com/crazy-ocean-facts/https://www.britannica.com/science/oceanhttps://www.britannica.com/animal/megalodonhttps://a-z-animals.com/blog/the-legendary-black-demon-shark-of-mexico/https://www.deccanchronicle.com/lifestyle/viral-and-trending/110818/prehistoric-megalodon-shark-still-exists-claim-conspiracy-theorists.htmlhttps://gizmodo.com/mystery-solved-heres-the-animal-that-ate-the-9-foot-gr-1587429691Karen's Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Papal_primacyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_Francishttps://jokojokes.com/pope-jokes.htmlhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antipopehttps://www.britannica.com/topic/popehttps://abcnews.go.com/International/pope-benedict-dogged-nazi-past-achievements-jewish-relations/story?id=18469350Home Base Groove by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Source:  http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100563 Artist:  http://incompetech.com/ 

Explore Church History
Medieval Church History - The Great Schism Mars Papal Reforms

Explore Church History

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 53:02


Catholic
REGISTER RADIO - 073022- Colm on Flynn- Papal Trip to Canada

Catholic

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 27:30


Pope Francis was in Canada this week on what he has called a “penitential pilgrimage.” His aim was to address the harms suffered by Indigenous individuals and communities in Canada. The papal trip had three main stops: first Edmonton in the west, then Quebec City in the east, for the Pope to meet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and, finally, a visit to the remote Baffin Island community of Iqaluit, in the far north. EWTN News was able to travel with the papal press corps during the trip. And the Register provided a special report from Edmonton by Colm Flynn just before the Holy Father touched down in North America. Colm Flynn joins us here with his story.

Front Burner
Phil Fontaine's long fight for a papal apology

Front Burner

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 23:22


Decades ago Phil Fontaine helped open Canada's eyes to the horrors of the residential school system. And he's since spent years pushing for an apology from the top of the Catholic Church. Today he reflects on hearing Pope Francis say "sorry" for the second time. "My big issue right now is, what to do about this issue of moving beyond the apology," said Fontaine, who is a residential school survivor and served three terms as national chief of the Assembly of First Nations. Access to church records, how to handle unmarked graves and the return of Indigenous land are key issues for Fontaine. Also in this episode, Mabel Brown, a survivor who traveled from Inuvik, N.W.T., to see the Pope speak, shares what the apology means to her.

Register Radio
2022-07-27 - Colm on Flynn- Papal Trip to Canada

Register Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 60:00


Pope Francis was in Canada this week on what he has called a “penitential pilgrimage.” His aim was to address the harms suffered by Indigenous individuals and communities in Canada. The papal trip had three main stops: first Edmonton in the west, then Quebec City in the east, for the Pope to meet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and, finally, a visit to the remote Baffin Island community of Iqaluit, in the far north. EWTN News was able to travel with the papal press corps during the trip. And the Register provided a special report from Edmonton by Colm Flynn just before the Holy Father touched down in North America. Colm Flynn joins us here with his story.

Generation Zed Podcast
Unleashing the Kraken: Papal Apology, Anti-U.N In DRC, Asian Nuclear Renaissance? Saudi 2030 & More

Generation Zed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 50:02


Unleashing the Kraken: Papal Apology, Anti-U.N In DRC, Asian Nuclear Renaissance? Saudi 2030 & More.

Sandy and Nora talk politics
The Pope, hockey and Canada's foundation of sexualized violence

Sandy and Nora talk politics

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 48:14


In this episode, Sandy and Nora talk about institutionalized sexual violence, from the Papal visit to Hockey Canada. Plus, they talk about the climate crisis and why we need to think through clandestine approaches to getting us ready for several weather.In this episode, Sandy mentions that Trump is speaking at the Capitol this week. She misspoke and meant to say "capital" aka Washington DC. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Improve the News
July 26, 2022: Hepatitis, polio, Russian Africa tour and Papal apology tour

Improve the News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 27:19


Facts & Spin for July 26 2022 top stories: Experts think they've found the cause of the mysterious child hepatitis outbreak, The US logs its first polio case since 2013, Ukraine claims it will recapture Kherson by September, Russia's foreign minister tours Africa, A police raid on a Brazilian favela leaves at least 18 dead, Two Palestinians are killed in a West Bank gun battle, Iran claims to have arrested Israel-linked saboteurs, The Jan. 6 Committee could subpoena Clarence Thomas's wife, An ex-Coinbase manager is charged in the first-Ever crypto insider trading case,  Pope Francis travels to Canada to apologize to Indigenous communities, and Singapore carries out its fifth execution since March. Sources: https://www.improvethenews.org/

The Current
Reaction to the papal apology

The Current

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 19:31


Guest host Anthony Germain talks to Falen Johnson in Edmonton about how the papal apology is being received by survivors.

Information Morning Saint John from CBC Radio New Brunswick (Highlights)

Pope Francis' ​6 day trip to Canada began in Alberta.​ ​He will also visit Quebec and Nunavut. Elder Ime​ld​a Perley​ and her brother Vaughan Nicholas, a day school survivor, ​plan to meet the Pope in Quebec. They spoke to the CBC's Rachel Cave​.

Information Morning Moncton from CBC Radio New Brunswick (Highlights)

Pope Francis' ​6 day trip to Canada began in Alberta.​ ​He will also visit Quebec and Nunavut. Elder Ime​ld​a Perley​ and her brother Vaughan Nicholas, a day school survivor, ​plan to meet the Pope in Quebec. They spoke to the CBC's Rachel Cave​.

Sunday
The Pope in Canada, faith groups at the Commonwealth games, the theology of Stranger Things

Sunday

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 43:50


Birmingham is gearing up for the Commonwealth Games and faith communities across the West Midlands are involved in the preparations, including Ranjit and Manpreet from Wolverhampton Wrestling Club who will both be taking part in The Queen's Baton Relay. William speaks to them about Wolverhampton, wrestling and what it means to be a Sikh on the mat. Conservative party members are preparing to vote for their new leader and our next Prime Minister. As they decide between Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak, we discuss the candidates' religious hinterland and ask what bearing, if any, religious questions might have on the leadership race. The smash Netflix hit, Stranger Things, has just aired its fourth series. Some religious commentators say the success of Stranger Things is down to the fact that, at its heart, is the age-old battle between good and evil. In the latest series there seems to be no let up on the religious iconography. Culture writer Sophie Caledecott decodes some of the deeper, spiritual meanings at work in the series. Pope Francis flies to Canada this week where he's expected to apologise for the abuse of Indigenous children in church-run residential schools. William hears from Dark Cloud, who was adopted by a British family as a child after being forcibly taken in what is known as The Sixties Scoop. Joy Spearchief-Morris, Indigenous Black Canadian writer and advocate tells us the situation in Canada and the BBC's Religion Editor, Aleem Maqbool highlights what we can expect from the Papal visit. As East Africa faces the worst drought in 40 years, William speaks to Elizabeth Myendo, Tearfund's Disaster Management Lead for East and Southern Africa live from Nairobi with an account of the impact on people living in countries like Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia. The 15th Lambeth Conference is to be held in Canterbury from 26 July to 8 August. The bishops will issue affirmations and “calls” from the conference based on their discussions around mission, the environment, safe church, interfaith relations and Anglican identity but there are some notable absences. Church leaders from Rwanda, Nigeria and Uganda are boycotting the conference in protest at what they see as a liberalisation of teaching on human sexuality. The Archbishop of Cape Town, Dr Thabo Makgoba, is chair of the Lambeth design group and speaks to William Crawley about the boycott. And Daniel Mullhall, Ireland's ambassador to the United States, tells us about religion in James Joyce's Ulysses.

Steamy Stories Podcast
The MILF Next Door: Part 5Jane Meets MumBy barry240646  - Listen...

Steamy Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022


The MILF Next Door: Part 5Jane Meets MumBy barry240646  - Listen to the Podcast at Steamy Stories. I was still laying on my side facing her laying on her back, and she reached up, locked her arms around my neck and pulled my face down on to her face. We kissed. A long kiss.A kiss long enough for my right leg to spread her legs apart. Long enough for me to straddle her right leg and then get both of my legs between hers. Long enough for me to position myself so the tip of my cock was touching her pussy. She was gripping me so tight around my neck and forcing my mouth down on to hers.After a while, I reached up and pulled her arms from around my neck. I started to kiss her neck. I slowly worked my way down to her right breast and ran my tongue in circles around the nipple, which was hard and prominent. She really did have large hard nipples when aroused.I gradually began to ease my body down her body, kissing as many square inches as I could. I licked her belly button. I kissed down lower. I felt her tense up in expectation. She now knew definitively exactly what I was planning to do. When my tongue found her bush, she opened her thighs, raised her knees and put her heels on to the back of my bum. I had inches to go to get to her vagina.I raised my head and let my thumbs explore her bush and find her outer lips. I rubbed up and down each lip with each thumb, and she moaned gently and rocked her head from side to side. My thumbs parted her lips and exposed her clit and then I sucked it into my mouth and teased it with my tongue.Holding her clit with my lips, I rubbed two fingers on to her inner lips and felt the moisture seeping out. Her head was still rolling from side to side, and she was making a gentle guttural sound. I felt she was moist enough and slowly penetrated her with the two fingers. Moving forwards, then backwards not quite as much, my fingers gradually invaded her most personal space. I curled my fingers and went to search out her magic spot.I knew fireworks would go off as soon as I touched it. This was the fourth woman I had made love to, and the only sexually innocent one of them. I found the spot. I was in no doubt about finding it, as when I did, we levitated above the bed. We were flying over a whole new world and there was not a magic carpet in sight!I rubbed her gently, then gradually applied more pressure as I rubbed. Her pussy was filling up with her juices, and I used my mouth and tongue to trap and enjoy as much of those juices as I could.Her thighs squeezed my waist, she was kicking my bum. She was hanging on to my neck as if to avoid a mile-high drop! She was having her first climax. I didn't stop, just rubbed gentler and let her calm down, before building up again. Soon after, she was having her second climax.I was on a roll. She was rocking and rolling, taking me with her through her thigh grip of me. We kept lifting up as she climaxed, which she did a third time. Then in a breathless voice, I heard “Mark, my love, please, please let me rest a moment.”I withdrew my hand. I got on my elbows and knees and advanced up her body until my mouth reached her lips. We kissed, and her tongue tasted her juices for the first time. As we broke the kiss, I glanced at the clock. 10 p.m.She unwrapped her arms and I rolled on to my left side, and kissed each nipple lovingly. She smiled. It was a gorgeous smile of complete self-satisfaction. Alice in Wonderland's Cheshire Cat would have looked pouty by comparison.After a long warm smile, and a kissing motion towards me with her lips, she said “So that's what sex is supposed to feel like?”I grinned back. “That's only the appetizer. We have just under two hours to serve the main course.”“Do we have any wine left?”“Yes, some in the glasses and probably one small glass each in the bottle.”“Pour it all into the glasses. please.”I got off the bed and freshened the glasses and brought them over. She took hers and half-emptied it on the first swig, “I needed that,” she said, her cheeky grin back on her face.“Maybe we should save what's left for midnight,” I said.“I'll let you into a secret. I was so convinced you were the right person to be my first real lover, I bought two bottles, so we have plenty to celebrate with.”“In that case…..” we clinked glasses and emptied them.I rolled on to her again, and we exchanged gentle short kisses and smiles. She was resting her arms lightly on my back, and between each kiss, I slightly adjusted my position. After about 10 kisses, the tip of my cock was nestling between her inner lips once more. Then, with each kiss, I would press it gently against her, penetrating just a fraction of an inch, and then withdrawing. Gradually I felt her moisture on my tip.A gentle, slightly husky voice said, as we broke a kiss, “Please, take me now.”Without saying a word, each time I thrust gently forward, I then stayed there. And so gradually, her inner lips were parted by my cock and it began to enter her. Again her thighs opened and her legs wrapped around me. We took our time, but eventually I could advance no further. Our pubic bones were in contact, my balls in contact with her. We lay still, like that, for a while.Then I started to rock forwards and backwards on her, lifting my body weight on my elbows. Her expression softened and her blues eyes gazed right at me. Her tongue ran around her lips. I stuck my tongue out and licked the tip of her nose, and she smiled and lifted her head to lick mine.And that was when my own needs took over. My thrusting picked up steam. My thrusts got longer as I withdrew more and then thrust forcefully back. Each time I thrust forward, her hips came up to meet me. Her thighs were up and around my hips. All attempts at gentle seduction were gone; this was pure animal rutting. This was total lust on both our parts.Under me, I could hear her saying “Oh, Yes! Oh Yes!” and then “Come for me, Come in me, please. Now!”And as if on command my body erupted my juices into her, deep inside her, our pubic bones crushing against each other. Almost as soon as I came, I felt her body respond back. Jane came again. Not as extremely as before, but definitely she came and she felt it and it was wonderful.I know because immediately after she told me. “Oh my God, I came again. it was not as strong, but it felt wonderful.”We lay there, me still buried in her to the limit. Then she unwound her legs from around me, and I rolled off her. I looked at the clock. It was 11:10 p.m.“Well, Cinderella,” I said, “you've got 50 minutes to spare.”“Well, at least as I am naked, I don't have to worry about my dress turning into rags!”“So, can I say what I want to happen now?” I asked.“Of course, sweetheart.”“I want us to drink the wine, snuggling on the sofa, completely naked, in our post-coital bliss. I want you to get used to being naked with me, not embarrassed in any way about your body. If you mean it about my Mum, nudity is a big part of it.”She got out the new bottle, and we poured two glasses and sat on the sofa. I twisted so I could put my left arm around her, and we stared at the rug and sat quietly, for a while.The clock on her mantle reached midnight, and almost as if that was a cue, she looked at me.“How far away is your Mum?”“About 60 miles, why?”“Well, now I realize just what I have been missing over the past three years, what my cousin robbed me off, I want to make up for lost time. I can't be your girlfriend without, a, knowing if I am a lesbian rather than a hetero, and, b, can your Mum and I share when it comes to you.”“I see. We'll have to leave it until about 9 a.m. to phone her to ask if it's okay to go home. No point in going if she and Julie have something planned, or she has a date, or something.”“Would you take me if it's possible?”“Yes, but I need to know one thing. Are you ready on a first trip to be involved in a threesome with my Mum and I?”“I am open to anything. A threesome, a foursome with your neighbor. Watching you with your Mum, or just me with your Mum. I am willing to try anything. Maybe it's because I'm scared of losing my nerve. Or maybe, just maybe,” she said with that cheeky grin, “I'm just a nymphomaniac.”I groaned. “Oh dear, two nymphomaniacs in my life!”“Two? Who's the other?”So as we sat there, naked, sipping wine, I told her all about Carol downstairs. All she said at the end was “That could be interesting in the future, now let's get some sleep.”I called Mum around 9 from my room. Jane had wanted to shower, and so did I, and there was no way to put two people in those shower cabinets and have them properly wash themselves. Cuddle in a shower, maybe, but properly cleanse ourselves, no way.So after my shower and while drying off in my robe, I called home. Mum was not going anywhere special, and when I told her the whole story about Jane, she was totally willing to let Jane explore her sexual inclinations with her and I.“Shall I warn Julie to be on standby?” she asked.“You could, but warn her it's nothing personal if it doesn't happen.”So at 9:30 we were in Mama's restaurant down the road, having breakfast. “Does having sex all night always make you this hungry?” asked Jane, and I pointed we didn't do it all night.“I shall bear that in mind when we do,” said Jane, with a grin. “Maybe prepare bedside snacks.” She was dressed in a skinny rib sleeveless top and a pair of jeans that looked as though they were painted on. “Like them? I bought them on Thursday.” In response, I just said “I'm sure the Pope would love them. Could ruin all his vows seeing you dressed like that.” Jane smiled, looking proud of herself.By 11:30 a.m. we were pulling up in Mum's driveway. Coincidentally, Julie was just getting out of her car, and waved “Hello” but didn't come over. That told me Mum had already filled Julie in on what was happening.We went indoors and Mum and I hugged, and kissed on the lips. The Mum turned to Jane, who was about to say “Hello, Mrs. Johnson,” when Mum interrupted her with “The name's Barbara, and if you want to get to know me well, you'd better call me that!” She gave Jane a knowing look, and Jane looked at me and back to her and laughed.“I have a pot of coffee made, so come through to the kitchen and have it while it's fresh, and we can talk.”Coffee poured, we sat around the kitchen table. “Nice house,” said Jane.“Thank you, we think it is. However, Julie next door has a pool, and even though we are into late September, it's still warm enough to use. Do you like to skinny dip?”“To be honest, I have never tried it. Until I met your son, I hid anything to do with my body from sight, and treated sex like a fatal contagious disease.”“Oh, my dear, what a pity, and such a beautiful girl you are too. It's just that Julie has offered us the use of her pool, and said she may join us if she was back.”“She's back” I said.Mum smiled. “Well if she's back I guess it's time for me to change from Mum to Barbara.”I laughed. “You make it seem like Superman changing in a phone box!”Jane laughed too. “Mark's already explained the name rules,” she said.So when coffee was finished, we wandered over to Julie's and Barbara started to strip off. As soon as she was naked, she dived in. I was amazed when Jane actually beat me into the water, and quite shocked when I realized she was not wearing a bra under the sweater. No wonder it fitted her curves so naturally. A couple of minutes later there was another splash as Julie, also naked, dived in.Julie swam over to me and hugged me, her breasts squashed against me, and then turned to Jane and said' I'm Julie.“"I guessed that,” said Jane before allowing Julie to hug her too. Yet another surprise as to how far Jane had travelled in her sexuality in such a short time. A week ago she was hiding in her baggy clothes, and now we were lovers skinny dipping with my mother and a sexy MILF.After about half an hour, Barbara and Julie got out of the pool and started to dry each other off, as well as wrapping their hair in towels. Jane looked at me, and beckoned with her head for me to follow her, and swam to the edge of the pool. She pulled herself out, wrapped a towel around her head and stood there naked holding another one. As I climbed out, she started to rub me down. As soon as she was finished, I got another dry towel and dried her off. Barbara and Julie were heading for Julie's kitchen with just the towels on their heads, otherwise naked, so Jane shrugged off my offer to wrap a towel around her. “When in Rome,” she said.We went into the living room, and Julie sat down in an armchair, her legs apart. Barbara sat on the sofa and beckoned for Jane to join her. I took the other armchair. Jane looked at Julie's trimmed vagina, where, given her splayed legs, the fact it was trimmed and hairless around the actual pussy was clearly obvious. She looked over at Barbara, and saw she was completely hairless down there.She laughed. “I never thought I would be sitting in a room of naked people and feel overdressed,” she said.Julie stood up. “Come with me” she said. Fifteen minutes or so later, Jane and she returned. the towels on both of their heads gone. Jane had a very sexy blonde landing strip - a darker blonde than her head, but still blonde - but all around her actual pussy lips was neatly trimmed like Julie's.She stood in front of me, and showed me. I was almost dumbfounded by how self-confident Jane had become in just a week. She had gone from not touching even her own body to touching mine, and parading herself naked in front of two older MILFs, not to mention having sex.Jane sat down again next to Barbara, who by now had shed the towel on her head. Julie sat the other side of Jane, and on an unspoken cue, both MILFs turned to Jane and started sucking on her breasts, one each.Jane's head lolled back on the sofa, and the Cheshire Cat Grin was all over her face. Julie pulled Jane's thighs apart, and started rubbing and tapping Jane's clit, very fast, at the same time both breasts were being sucked off and bitten. I could see Jane's body tensing and starting to shake as her internal sensations were building, and then after several minutes of this treatment she let out a high-pitched sound that was not quite a scream of pleasure, and ejaculated a whole load of juices from her pussy all over Julie's hand.Julie beckoned for me to cross over to her, and had me kneel in front of her. “Eat me,” she ordered. I did, naturally. As I did, I felt Barbara get off the sofa, and as I stole a look to my right, there she was, knelt between Jane's knees, sucking and licking her pussy like cleaning ice cream off a plate. Both Barbara and I could hear the groans of the two building towards climaxes.When all of this flurry of activity was over, Julie went into the kitchen and brought back glasses and a bottle of nicely chilled Chardonnay. We drank a toast to Jane and the beginning of a full life as a woman. Later, we dressed so we could go back to Mum's. Once home, Mum said, “I take it you want to sleep in your own room with Jane?”I looked at Jane, who looked at Mum, and said, “Maybe we should all sleep in your room, let's see how it goes. I can sleep with Mark any time as we live in the same house!” And she flashed me her now familiar cheeky grin.Mum laughed and said that would be okay too. Then she announced that a little later we would, the three of us, go out for supper, as she didn't feel like cooking and she wanted to save her energy for the evening, anyway, and we all knew what that meant.So we sat around for a couple of hours just chatting, and Mum and Jane seemed to hit it off really well. After a great deal of discussion we went to a steak house, and had, unsurprisingly, steaks, with salad and fries. And red wine, of course; a nice Malbec. Returning home, Mum went up to her room, and Jane and I lay on the sofa and kissed, her laying across my lap like last night.Mum called down to us, and we went up to find her completely naked, and candles lit all around her room. Some were scented, and so it smelled of flowers and the fresh air of mountains, and was quite relaxing. Mum stood in front of Jane and undressed her, which didn't take long as it was only the skinny-rib sweater, the jeans and her panties.Then the pair of them undressed me. Mum let Jane pull down my briefs, releasing my already engorged cock.“Have you sucked him yet?” asked Barbara.Jane shook her head, so Barbara said “Let me show you.”She held my cock at the base with one hand to hold it out in front of me, then pulled the foreskin down with the other. Then she started to lick the tip of my mushroom head, and to swirl her tongue around it like it was an ice-cream cone She let go of the base of my cock and held my balls and gently squeezed them. I could feel my legs getting a bit jelly like, but then she stopped.“Now you try.”Jane knelt down in front of me, and repeated the process. She had not used her mouth on me up to this point, although when I first got naked the night before, she had touched my cock. She didn't have the confidence of Barbara, at least not yet, but she was gentle and it felt really good. When she squeezed my balls, that was firm and yet just painful enough to be erotic.“What if he comes in my mouth?”“Oh, that's okay. It won't poison you. Not all women like it, but I personally love it. And it's a way of having sex during those not so pleasant days of the month.”“You mean like next week?” asked Jane.“Thanks for the warning” I said.Jane went back to sucking me, but after a few minutes, Barbara stopped her. “Save his juices for later,” she said. Looking at me, Barbara asked “So what positions have you tried?”“Just missionary,” I said.“Missionary? Is that a Papal position?” asked Jane giggling.“Not quite,” said Barbara, smiling. “Let's show you Cowgirl.” And with that, Barbara straddled me, grabbed my penis, and lowered herself on to it. She dropped all the way down, and started riding me. Jane watched, enthralled.Before I could cum, Barbara stopped and looked at Jane. “Want to try it?”She was about to say something, but instead broke out laughing, and I said “Is the Pope Catholic?” and laughed with her. The Pope was having a sex life he knew absolutely nothing about.Barbara guided her on to my penis and she started to ride. “One nice thing about this position, Jane, is that you are in control. You can stop and start to suit you, and to drive your lover into a state of frustration. You can lean forward a bit so he can play with your breasts, or lay down on him and kiss him. And he can reach your clit and play with it,” as I obligingly demonstrated.As I rubbed her clit, Jane threw her head back and exclaimed “I think we will be using this one again!” She kept riding me.Barbara straddled my head and lowered her already moist pussy on to my mouth. I could tell as her weight shifted and the sound of Jane's moans changed that they were kissing, and I guessed Barbara was playing with Jane's breasts, if they were not playing with each other's.Jane's riding got more and more energetic, and before too long, all three of us had a climax. I think Jane came first, but between her and I, it was close. She rolled off me, and soon after, Barbara got off me and we lay on our backs, Jane in the middle.All went quite for a while. Jane held hands with us both, one of our hands in each of hers, and after taking a deep breath and slowly letting it out, said “Next time I go home, I think I will kill my cousin…”“Do you think he is worth the hassle?” I asked.“It's what he deserves for depriving me of one of life's greatest pleasures for so long.”Barbara said “He isn't worth the trouble of going to prison for. You should simply take Mark home with you and let your cousin know what might have been his if his brain was half the size of his prick.”Jane laughed. Considering she was laughing about the cousin who had betrayed her and raped her, it was real progress. She snuggled up into my side, and with a Walton's style round of “Good Nights” we fell asleep.The following morning, Jane and I awoke in Barbara's bed. We smiled at each other and kissed. I hugged her close. Barbara was still asleep.“I need to ask. Are you okay with this sudden change of direction in your life? Going from a fear of sex to a surfeit of it? I will understand if you want to distance yourself while you have your period, to rethink everything that has happened.”“I will distance myself to the extent of not having sex with you until next weekend. But it's just a hiatus. And no, generally I am glad that with your help, and your other lovers' help, I have learned to enjoy the oldest pleasure known to people.The funny thing about my cousin was, up until him raping me, I had a crush on him. He could have had me, my virginity and all, if he had just asked nicely. And the fact that you were nice to me without even asking for sex, that blew me away.”“I didn't ask, doesn't mean I didn't want.”She kissed my nose. “I know, silly, but you were nice simply because you are nice. That's what I meant.”We got out of bed without waking Barbara and wrapped towels around us, checked the pathway between the houses and dashed into Julie's back garden and leapt in the pool. It was early and although the pool was heated, it still had a chilly edge to it. We hugged naked in the middle of the pool.“I think I want you to take me, next summer, to a nudist beach. What do you think?”“From what I've heard, most people on a nudist beach should stay dressed.”“Yes, but that doesn't apply to us, does it? We are beautiful naked!”That I couldn't argue with. But the fact she was talking about next summer? What might that mean, long term?We swam, then wrapped ourselves in the towels and ran back home. Mum was preparing breakfast. After breakfast we set off back to the house. We walked in and in front of my door, Jane kissed me. “My woman's thing has just started, so this is your last pashy kiss for a while. See you tomorrow in Civics.”Then she kissed me again, a nice long kiss. Just as she broke it, Carol came out of her room. She just stood and watched. Jane broke the kiss, said “Thanks for everything, see you tomorrow afternoon,” and turned to run upstairs. “Oh, hi,” she said to Carol, and was gone.Carol looked at me, and then the retreating Jane, then back to me, and smiled. “Glad to see your weekend wasn't wasted in my absence,” she said. Then she went out the front door.I was beginning to get the feeling life was going to get complicated..Back at University, this was Jane's ‘lady week' so I saw her in class and part of one evening as we worked on a project, but no romantic activity. I was thinking I was getting more and more romantically inclined toward her, but she made her attitude plain.To her, I was the only guy she had sex with at the moment, as no-one else had demonstrated the right, but she was not prepared to be exclusive, nor was she prepared to rule out having a girl-friend.Thursday night I got a mysterious text from Mum. “Can you come home alone after classes tomorrow for the weekend?” No please or thank you. No explanation of the cause of the drama. So on Friday, I drove Jane back to the house as I stopped in to pick up some clothes. She kissed me good-bye in a nice but not passionate way, and I was on my way home. “Give my love to your Mum”, she said.I got home and Mum had a plate of spaghetti Bolognese ready. As I ate she filled me in. Julie's daughter, who I thought was about 26 was actually 30, and had just found out her husband of 5 years, and longer than that as her partner, had come out as gay and as a cross-dresser, and was considering transitioning to a woman. This weekend she was leaving the marital home and moving back in with Julie, and I was wanted to drive a white panel van, and help load it of course, to help move the stuff.So as a result, we were up early Saturday and off to Donna's place, about two hours away. It took a couple of hours or so to pack the van, another two hours to drive back, and around an hour to unload, as she was not yet bothering to unpack anything but clothes. Julie's house was four-bedroomed, so clothes went in Donna's old room, the rest, still packed, into the other two.To be continued…By barry240646 for Literotica

Power and Politics
Russia, Ukraine agree to deals to resume grain exports

Power and Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 44:57


Ukrainian Ambassador to Canada Yulia Kovaliv on whether Russia will hold up its end of the deal to allow Ukrainian grain exports to resume. U.S. pollster and political strategist Frank Luntz on Thursday's primetime Jan. 6 committee hearing and Steve Bannon's guilty verdict. The CBC's Jonathan Gatehouse with the latest allegation of group sexual assault levelled at Hockey Canada. The Power Panel looks ahead to next week's Papal visit to Canada.

St. Paul American Coptic Orthodox Church of Houston
Resurrection 2022 | Papal & Episcopal Messages

St. Paul American Coptic Orthodox Church of Houston

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 17:14


Visit our website for schedules and to join the mailing list www.stpaulhouston.org Subscribe to us on YouTube youtube.com/stpaulhouston​ Like us on Facebook facebook.com/saintpaulhouston​ Follow us on SoundCloud soundcloud.com/stpaulhouston​

The Current
Preparations for the Pope's visit, and the expectations among Indigenous communities

The Current

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 20:19


Days away from Pope Francis's arrival in Canada, guest host Duncan McCue talks to Papal visit spokesperson Neil McCarthy about how organizers are trying to get as many survivors as possible to events, and our correspondent Falen Johnson discusses the expectations — and concerns — among Indigenous communities.

10/3: Canada Covered
The state of the Catholic Church in Canada

10/3: Canada Covered

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 21:13


The leader of the world's 1.3 billion Catholics arrives in Canada in the coming days, with a focus of the trip being reconciliation with Indigenous peoples and an apology for abuses committed at church-run residential schools. The visit comes amid declining influence and attendance for the church, a change that has been happening over decades. National Post reporter and Michelle Lang Fellow Jessica Mundie joins host Dave Breakenridge to discuss the significance of the Papal visit, how some Catholics reconcile their faith with the church's dark history, and what the state of the church is in Canada today. Background reading: The state of the Catholic Church in Canada, amid scandals and declining attendance   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Real Talk
July 19, 2022 - Chief Tony Alexis re: The Pope's Visit; Convoy Organizer Pat King Out on Bail

Real Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 76:02


5:36 | Are you still wearing a mask in public? Ryan reviews the results of an unofficial, unscientific Twitter poll prompted by yesterday's show.  CHECK OUT THE RESULTS: https://twitter.com/ryanjespersen/status/1549050386996084740?s=20&t=v4XV3YTX3xYvrBuuNnM-1A 12:07 | When Chief Tony Alexis first met with the Pope in 2016, he invited him to visit the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation and meet with residential school survivors. Six years later, that visit is set to happen. Chief Alexis talks about his personal perspective around the expected Papal apology, and shares how community members feel about what's about to go down. DETAILS ON THE LAC STE. ANNE PILGRIMAGE: https://lacsteannepilgrimage.ca/ 34:40 | Freedom Convoy organizer Pat King is out on bail after five months behind bars. Kurt Phillips, founder of Anti-Racist Canada, helps us understand King's background, following, and potential future.  1:08:58 | On The Leading Edge this week: Wellspring Edmonton, where anyone affected by cancer can access non-medical support services. We're proud to shine the light on Leading Edge Physiotherapy's Charity of the Month for July!  CHECK OUT WELLSPRING EDMONTON: https://wellspring.ca/edmonton/ LIFE SHOULDN'T HURT: https://leadingedgephysio.com/

The Revisionist History Podcast
Sundays with the Saints: Five Papal Biographies Everyone Should Read

The Revisionist History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 7:42


In today's Sundays with the Saints episode we look at five biographies about popes and the history they were a part of, a history that they were both shaped by and ultimately helped to shape themselves. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/revisionisthistory/support

Paranormal Prowlers Podcast
S6 Ep173: The Papal States Official Executioner. A Sneak Peak Into the Life of Giovanni Battista Bugatti

Paranormal Prowlers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 34:30


He begins his long career as the official executioner at 17 years old, and retires at 85. In his reign as Papal executioner he conducts 514 executions. Tessa discusses some of these and much more.  Episode topic recommended by Justin Dean. You asked for it, you got it!

Heart to Heart
The Life of Saint Benedict, Non-Religious Pro-Life Arguments

Heart to Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 47:50


Mother Miriam Live - July 11, 2022 The life of Saint Benedict Church community groups Non-religious points for the pro-life argument Is the Latin Mass more valuable than other forms? Does Mother think a third temple will be built in Jerusalem? How might that relate to the Antichrist prophecy? Papal infallibility and non-binding teachings 12 year old Jesus in the temple

Dr Taylor Marshall Catholic Show
836: Why is Pope Francis Obsessed with “Rigid” Latin Mass in new papal doc? DESIDERIO DESIDERAVI [Podcast]

Dr Taylor Marshall Catholic Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 68:42


Pope Francis has issued doc explaining his previous restriction of the Latin Mass in Traditionis Custodes. Watch this new podcast episode by clicking here: Or listen to the audio mp3 here: If you'd like to order a copy of Taylor's new book Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church from Within, you can order it […] The post 836: Why is Pope Francis Obsessed with “Rigid” Latin Mass in new papal doc? DESIDERIO DESIDERAVI [Podcast] appeared first on Taylor Marshall.

Member Supported Restoration Radio
Popes Against the Modern Errors, Episode 8: Pascendi (Part 2)

Member Supported Restoration Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 173:13


In this second episode on Pascendi Dominici Gregis of Pope St Pius X, His Excellency Bishop Donald Sanborn joins us to provide a commentary on this most significant of Papal encyclicals. Written to expose and condemn the doctrines of the modernists at the start of the 20th century, this encyclical is the defining document of this great Pope Saint's life and perhaps the most important document to have proceeded from the Vatican in hundreds of years. It served as an alarm call and a condemnation of those most pernicious adversaries of the Church who seek to utterly overthrow Christianity itself. This show is the second of a total of 3 shows to be recorded on Pascendi and covers paragraphs 21 to 38. There is yet more to follow. Join host Matthew Gaskin and His Excellency Bishop Donald Sanborn, rector of Most Holy Trinity Seminary in Brooksville, Florida on this episode of Popes Against the Modern Errors. Popes Against the Modern Errors is a members only episode and is not available for individual purchase and download. Episode Notes: -Pope St Pius X's Pascendi Dominici Gregis. Original Air Date: January 30, 2016 Show Run Time: 2 hours 53 minutes Show Guest(s): Bishop Donald Sanborn Show Host(s): Matthew Gaskin Season 5 Sponsor: Novus Ordo Watch novusordowatch.org/ Episode: https://www.truerestoration.org/season-5-popes-against-the-modern-errors-episode-8-pascendi-part-2/ Popes Against the Modern Errors: https://www.truerestoration.org/category/radio/popes-against-the-modern-errors/ Subscribe: www.truerestoration.org/member-signup/ Popes Against the Modern Errors℗ is a production of the Restoration Radio Network. Copyright 2016. All Rights are Reserved.

Historias de Arte en Podcast
El Genial Caravaggio; entre la vida y la muerte.

Historias de Arte en Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 23:50 Transcription Available


En este episodio les presentamos a uno de los artistas más representativos del arte barroco del siglo XVII, Michelangelo Merisi, mejor conocido como Caravaggio. Un hombre que conoció el bajo mundo mejor que cualquier artista de su época, siempre viviendo en el límite entre el bien y el mal. Murió solo esperando un indulto Papal que no llegaba. Rompió con la tradición renacentista y creó en sus obras escenas religiosas protagonizadas por gente común y en ambientes nunca antes vistos en la historia del arte. Bienvenidos. Las imágenes relacionadas con este y todos nuestros episodios las pueden encontrar  en nuestra página web https://historiasdearte.com y en nuestras redes sociales:Instagram @historiasdearte.enpodcastFacebook Historias de Arte en Podcast Twitter @HistoriasdeArt1BibliografíaGraham-Dixon, Andrew. Caravaggio: a life sacred and profane. Norton (2011).Schama Simon, Simon Schama's Power of Art: Caravaggio. DVD (2006).https://smarthistory.org/caravaggio-deposition/https://historia-arte.com/obras/la-incredulidad-de-santo-tomas-de-caravaggiohttps://historia-arte.com/artistas/caravaggiohttps://www.museivaticani.va/content/museivaticani/es/collezioni/musei/la-pinacoteca/sala-xii---secolo-xvii/caravaggio--deposizione-dalla-croce.htmlhttps://borghese.gallery/collection/paintings/david-with-the-head-of-goliath.htmlhttps://www.eltemplodelaocoonte.com/post/la-decapitaci%C3%B3n-de-san-juan-bautista-caravaggiohttps://www.bbc.com/mundo/vert-cul-37753047Presentamos darecollectiveprints.com, esta es una galería de fotografías online al alcance de todos nosotros.Dare Collective presenta fotografías, que podemos mandar imprimir de acuerdo con las necesidades de cada persona. Es una galería online cuyo propósito es apoyar el talento emergente ofreciendo una selección curada de fotografías impresas.No hay nada más bonito que convivir con EL ARTE, por eso los invito a que vayan a darecollectivep

Eat The Rich
Patreon Ep 116 - Our Lady of Scams and Patriotism Teaser

Eat The Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 11:20


On this week's Patreon episode, we take a deep dive into the weird pseudo-Catholic pilgrimage site of Medjugorje, the fraught and violent history of the Church in the Balkans, the ambiguity of official Papal sanctions for miracles, and a sicko American millionaire boomer and his “patriotic” cult. patreon.com/eattherich

Catholic Answers Live
#10680 Why Aren’t You Catholic - Joe Heschmeyer

Catholic Answers Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022


Questions Covered:  01:29 – I am not Catholic because the relationship with the apologetic individuals being complicit with wrong.   07:39 – I am not Catholic because of the teaching on Papal infallibility.  14:09 – I am not Catholic because of the Assumption of Mary becoming a Dogma.  24:40 – I am on my way out of being Catholic because I can't wrap my head around some rituals and the definition of the Eucharist.   36:25 – I am not Catholic because of inconsistency about priest not being able to be married based on 1 Timothy 4: 1-5.   45:54 – I am not Catholic because I am skeptical of most religions.   52:05 – I am not Catholic because I am not a believer in the event or the philosophy.   …