Journey or search of moral or spiritual significance
Albert and I chat with Fr. Paul Houlis about pilgrimage, holiness, joy and blessings. Catholic Heritage Curricula - Ever Ancient, Ever New2:11 - Welcome Fr. Paul and opening prayer 11:24 - Pilgrimages and greatest impact of being in the Holy Land 21:03 - What was your most profound experience? 25:46 - Feeling deeply, longing, and desire 39:42 - About Fr. Paul's podcast : A Holy Mess Podcast 43:22 - What's your favourite thing about being Catholic? 44:42 - Securing joy, gratitude and holinessA Holy Mess Podcast why I am catholic, chapter the first (blog post)#makejoynormal #homeschooling #travel #pilgrimage #prayer #holyland #sacraments Support the showContact On Instagram at @make.joy.normal On Facebook at Homeschoolers: make JOY normal By email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by voicemail Thanks for listening to Make Joy Normal Podcast!
On this episode of Catholic Forum, after a Dialog news update with Joe Owens, we learn about two upcoming events, the Blue Mass and Marian Pilgrimage. First we talk to Mr. Michael Connelly, a retired Delaware State Trooper and Director of the Office for Safe Environments for the Diocese of Wilmington about the October 6, 2023 Blue Mass that honors police, fire, EMT and military personnel and their families. Next, we talk to Father Brian Lewis, Pastor of St. Jude the Apostle Parish in Lewes, Delaware about the October 7, 2023 Marian Pilgrimage to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. Wilmington's Bishop William E. Koenig will preside over both events. You can see a video of these interviews on the Diocese of Wilmington's YouTube channel at YouTube.com/DioceseofWilm. Catholic Forum, a production of the Office of Communications of the Diocese of Wilmington, airs on Saturdays at 1:30 p.m. pm Relevant Radio 640 and on Apple, Spotify, iHeartRadio and Amazon Music podcasts.
This week's episode is a special first part of a two-part episode. We have a couple of friends joining us today, Dr. Rikki Brons and Dr. Gayle Doornbos. Abby, Rikki, and Gayle adventured together this summer, going on a pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago in Spain. The Camino is an ancient pilgrimage route traveled by Christians for centuries, and this was no vacation: this was a spiritual and educational journey! In this episode, we hear a bit about what prompted this pilgrimage for them, how it worked, and what they learned. We hope you'll enjoy hearing about their adventures…and come back for part II in a couple weeks to find out more about the significance and influences they have found not only for their faith lives, but for their teaching as well.
Hello to you listening in Koh Yao Noi, Thailand!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds for Motivate Your Monday and your host, Diane WyzgaOn Monday the 18th of September I stepped off the LinkedIn platform. Why? Each year at this time I revisit my Camino de Santiago pilgrimage. 5 weeks. 500 miles. Across Spain. This year I want to truly honor my pilgrimage by taking a break from devices and platforms as much as I can, including LinkedIn.I plan to use my time for 5 R's: Reconsider, Reconfigure, Restore, Refresh, Renew and walking a great deal. While it's unlikely I'll match my Camino mileage I'd like to log 50 miles a week between now and November 1st.Question: What will happen in the meantime? I have no idea. Maybe folks will forget me, my connections will shrivel, my presence will evaporate ...... or not.My friend and colleague Jeffrey Tan (Pathfinder / Leadership Mastery Facilitator / Coach) had this to say to me: "In this day and age, it takes great courage and control to stay away from the devices and platforms, but break away we must or remain enslaved by them we will. Take your Rs and see you again... Auf wiedersehen.”Practical Tip: Whatever it is you are contemplating step out, step off, step to it! “The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity.” [Amelia Earhart]You're always invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, would you subscribe, share a 5-star rating + nice review on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time!Meanwhile, stop by my Quarter Moon Story Arts website to:✓ Check out What I Offer,✓ Arrange your free Story Start-up Session,✓ Opt In to my monthly NewsAudioLetter for bonus gift, valuable tips & techniques to enhance your story work, and✓ Stay current with Diane on LinkedIn.Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present Quarter Moon Story Arts. All rights reserved.
Shannon Guse, Director of High School and College Ministries at Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church in Dallas texas and Alan Bancroft, Youth Ministry Coordinator at Cary Presbyterian Church in Cary NC join Michelle and Cliff to talk about Camino Pilgrimages and Allison Billings has a top 5 List around connecting.
Join Cyndi on a Pilgrimage to the Holy Land February 7 -20, 2024! Go to www.Cyndipeterson.com for information. Fr. Leon from Medjugorje is our Spiritual Guide. Experience all the Holy Sites where Jesus walked and worked his miracles. Definitely a trip of a life time. In this episode of the podcast, Cyndi reflects on the interviews and posts presented by two exorcist. Fr. Carlos Martins and Msgr. Stephen Rossetti. The knowledge that when we live a life of grace and have Christ present in our hearts, we have no need to fear or be distracted from God by the devil. Fr. Carlos Martins interview can be found here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnA_I7Yc3wg Msgr. Rossetti's blog entry can be found here. https://www.catholicexorcism.org/post/exorcist-diary-257-satan-be-afraid-of-us Cyndi would love to speak for your group. To schedule her contact Cyndi at TheCyndiPetersonShow@gmail.com. Cyndi's inspiring book, Waiting for a Miracle: One Mother's Journey to Unshakable Faith can be purchased on Amazon.com or at TheCyndiPetersonShow@gmail.comfor a signed copy.
Make a Pilgrimage to the Holy Land with the Living ChurchSupport the Living Church Podcast.Why do we go on pilgrimage? And why do Christians go on pilgrimage to England? Today is Part 2 of an exploratory episode. Warm up your tea, study your map, and head out with us!Make a Pilgrimage to the Holy Land with the Living ChurchSupport the Living Church Podcast.
In the largest single act of mass incarceration in U.S. history, our government forced over 125,000 Japanese Americans into prison camps for three years during World War II. On this special live episode, two leading activists join us to expose the true story of this racist atrocity, the fight for reparations that followed, and the importance of racial solidarity in all movements for change. We know Black America can achieve reparations: it's been done before!SHOW NOTESGuests: Kathy Masaoka and traci kato-kiriyamaKathy Masaoka was active in the movement for Japanese American redress in the 1980s and has worked to educate Americans about the camps. She co-chairs Nikkei for Civil Rights & Redress (NCRR) and is active in the fight for Black reparations, testifying before Congress in support of H.R. 40 in 2022.traci kato-kiriyama is an award-winning multi-disciplinary artist and activist, recognized for her work as writer, performer, cultural producer, community organizer, and audiobook narrator. traci co-chairs the National Nikkei Reparations Coalition and is on the Why We Can't Wait Coalition.Check out the VIDEO of this live episode! More on the incarceration of Japanese Americans:Searchable list of all 125,284 names of those incarcerated (Ireizō)NCRR's book on the fight for Japanese American reparationsVideos of the 1981 hearings“Pilgrimage” documentary More on traci kato-kuriyama's work:traci's websiteTheir amazing book Navigating Without Instruments More from bridgette bianca:Her poem from our live show: “There Goes The Neighborhood”bridgette's homepageThe California Reparations Task Force proposals for Black reparationsHighlights of episode:[9:56] Bogus excuses vs. real reasons for Japanese Americans' incarceration[15:31] Kathy and traci's family experiences in prison camps[21:45] traci reads "No Redress"[29:39] Clips from J.A. reparations hearings[36:51] Limitations of J.A. reparations[39:11] Lessons of racial solidarity[52:05] traci reads "Note to Nikkei Community on Reparations" [56:35] Q & AContact Tony & AdamSubscribe
In this edition of Catholic Military Life, a podcast of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, retired Four-Star Admiral William J. Fallon shares his experience at the Pentagon on 9/11 and other stories from his 41 years in the U.S. Navy. And he invites all to the Pilgrimage for the Sea Services Mass on Sunday, Oct. 1, at 3:30 p.m. EDST at the National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, 339 South Seton Avenue, Emmitsburg, MD 21727.
Hello to you listening in Accra, Capital of Ghana, Africa!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds for Time Out Tuesday and your host, Diane Wyzga.Now that I am revisiting the anniversary of my Camino de Santiago pilgrimage as I do every year at this time I'm reminded of the most difficult lesson. Letting go. Letting go of the way I was. Letting go of my old self. Giving myself over to the walking.It wasn't easy! Get up in the dark, pack in the dark, head out in the dark. Walk 15 or 20 miles a day, no matter how cold or hot or wet. No matter how rocky or lonesome or tired. Nothing prepares you for walking Camino but to walk Camino. How do you do it? Here's a tip: surrender. Give yourself over. You are here now. Make the most of this experience. When you want to stomp around and make furious gestures, make the most of that. Make the most of your joys and complaints. Give voice to them all.And then give yourself back to the only job you have: to walk. Every day since then my Camino lesson shows up like this: “Just walk it off, Diane!”Question: What single-minded purpose of yours guides you along your way? You're always invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, would you subscribe, share a 5-star rating + nice review on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time!Meanwhile, stop by my Quarter Moon Story Arts website to:✓ Check out What I Offer,✓ Arrange your free Story Start-up Session,✓ Opt In to my monthly NewsAudioLetter for bonus gift, valuable tips & techniques to enhance your story work, and✓ Stay current with Diane on LinkedIn.Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present Quarter Moon Story Arts. All rights reserved.
Guest host Vanessa Denha Garmo talks with Fr. Ken Geraci, author of “Spiritual Warfare and Divine Mercy: The Weapon for Our Times” .then Fr. Paul Marich. He is a spokesperson for the Dominican Rosary Pilgrimage which takes place Saturday Sept 30th
The day this episode releases, I will be in Italy with 15 wonderful women. We will be on a pilgrimage. People have been engaging pilgrimage for centuries. Yes, it is a physical journey but it's also an inward exploration of the soul. Pilgrimage is a chance to connect with your inner life, your deepest held beliefs, and your relationship with God in a focused and intentional way. So how can you embrace the idea of pilgrimage as an element of your lifestyle?______________________________________________________Follow Gem on Instagram and grab a copy of her new book Hold That Thought. You can also join her in the Replenish Community.
Hello to you listening in Roncesvalles, Kingdom of Navarre, Spain! Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds for Motivate Your Monday and your host, Diane Wyzga. It took me 48 hours of traveling to arrive at my Camino de Santiago departure point. A flight from California to New Jersey and on to Madrid, Spain, a bus across Madrid to the train station for the trip to Pamplona, a taxi to the overnight albergue, another bus trip across the border and on into St. Jean Pied de Port, France, for a final overnight on the cusp of the Camino.As I set out that chill September morning I felt exhausted, uncertain, anxious, even intimidated by the unknowns ahead, and a bit courageous none the less. They say the only way to know Camino is to walk Camino. Ready or not I'm a pilgrim. Better get on with it. I laced up my boots, shouldered my pack, zipped my rain jacket, and headed up the first of many hills into the rain for whatever came next.Question: You might think you know what happens next; but it's most likely going to be an unscripted day. What are you ready to walk into?You're always invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, would you subscribe, share a 5-star rating + nice review on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time!Meanwhile, stop by my Quarter Moon Story Arts website to:✓ Check out What I Offer,✓ Arrange your free Story Start-up Session,✓ Opt In to my monthly NewsAudioLetter for bonus gift, valuable tips & techniques to enhance your story work, and✓ Stay current with Diane on LinkedIn.Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present Quarter Moon Story Arts. All rights reserved.
First Prez Executive Director Chris Pan recently returned from doing the famed Camino de Santiago pilgrimage. It was a lot of walking that helped him to connect with others on the same journey and, more importantly, with God. Hear his lessons learned in today's message.
Another episode about World Youth Day?! Yes, because there is so much goodness to share! Lauren, Grace, and Tricia are back to continue telling the story of their World Youth Day experience with the HAM Community (Hijas del Amor Misericordioso - Daughters of Merciful Love) as the pick up with the Opening Mass on Monday and share all the events, joys, challenges, and graces received throughout the week, culminating with Mass on Sunday with Pope Francis and 1.5 million other pilgrims and their final full day in Lisbon! #catholic #worldyouthday #popefrancis
"A Summer Pilgrimage and Popery Potpourri"Alan and Em talk about the Dorkness-related events of their summer vacation, including an actual pilgrimage to an actual shrine of an actual Catholic saint. They also talk about their experiences with Catholicism, The Saint Cast, and the game Balder's Gate. Click on the player below to listen to the episode: Right-click to download the episode.You may also subscribe to the podcast through Apple Podcasts or the RSS Feed. Link #1: St Kateri Tekakwitha National Shrine and Historic Site Link #2: St Kateri Conservation CenterLink #3: The novel "A Man At Arms" Link #4: The novel "The Lyra & the Cross"Link #5: The podcast The SaintCastLink #6: St Kateri piece by Paper Cut Prayers We would love to hear from you about this topic, the podcast episode, or the podcast in general. Send e-mail feedback to email@example.com You can follow the network on twitter @DorknessToLight or Alan @ProfessorAlan
Psalms features 15 “songs” (chapters) sung by a Hebrew Pilgrims as they traveled up to Jerusalem for feasts. In this episode, Jessie and Paige talk about the worship songs that have likewise shaped their walks with Christ, from childhood to now. It's a beautiful episode to reflect upon the faithfulness of Christ and His evident presence in our daily lives over seasons and years. We'd love to hear from YOU ! Let us know what worship songs have most shaped your life and pilgrimage with the Lord.
Join our pilgrimage to the Holy Land.Why do we go on pilgrimage? For an educational vacation? To get in touch with the past? To walk barefoot to a shrine or encounter a saint? To ask for a miracle? And why, if Christians are going to go on pilgrimage anywhere, do they go on pilgrimage to England?Yes, it's a magical land of meat pies, forests, fairies, and saints with a distinctly British flavor. How do our expectations of England, especially for Anglophiles, meet an answer in the actual place? To go on a pilgrimage is about expectation. In the middle ages, when pilgrims would come from all over Europe to the shrine of St. Edward the Confessor in Westminster Abbey, they would kneel inside a cool cavity carved out of the brilliantly-decorated stone, to get as close to Edward's bones as they could. Before leaving they'd chip off a tiny bit of mosaic. We go on pilgrimage to stand somewhere in the broken and colorful light of Christian history, and to take away souvenirs, be they answered prayers or vintage prayer books. And we certainly bring expectations.Today's episode is a story about expectations and souvenirs – the hoped for, and the found – on an English pilgrimage with a diverse set of American Anglicans. Anglophiles beware. You may get more than you bargained for.Join our pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
After expressing some thoughts about war and peace, selected readings from many masters, mystics, and spiritual classics or scriptures of the East & West 1) one of the most mystical passages from the Psalm-scroll of the Dead Sea Scrolls composed by the unknown master or right-teacher, who was the founder of the original Essene Community 2) back to eden, return to paradise: a plant-based passage from the Hebrew Book of Genesis on the vegetarian ideal at the beginning 3) readings about Kabbalah -- Jewish mysticism, and meditation in the Hebrew scriptures: "Be still and know that I am God", Psalm 46: 10 "The first century Rabbi Akiva ascended through the seven heavens and the seven palaces in the highest heaven by means of passwords uttered to the angelic gatekeepers. His meetings with God were characterized by luminosity." (Joan Borysenko, "Seven Paths to God: The Ways of the Mystic") 4) The Five Sacred Mantra Names of the Sethians, a Jewish Gnostic sect of antiquity and their meaning 5) "I am merely a guest born in this world, to know the secrets that lie beyond it." (Rumi) 6) George Arnsby Jones, The Pilgrimage of James, An Odyssey of Inner Space 7) "No mission is of greater importance to a person than the awareness of his own consciousness, the profound significance and purpose of his existence on earth and to find out the path for ultimate bliss, eternal happiness and cheerfulness i.e. the quest for truth." (quote from the Shabd Pratap Ashram website) 8) "Be regular and lovingly devoted to your holy meditations, as that is the central pivot around which the whole sacred teaching revolves and therein an all around development of the soul is granted." (Kirpal Singh) 9) a reading from, Radhasoami Mat Updesh, by Huzur Maharaj Rai Saligram Bahadur 10) A Spiritual Seekers Guide, Dayal Sahab, Dayalpuri Radhasoami publication 11) The Saakhi Granth of Kabir, "1008 Kabir Vani" and another passage of Guru Kabir; also, "The Anurag Sagar"/Ocean of Love of the Sant Dharam Das/Kabir Panth 12) Huzur Baba Sawan Singh's parable of, A Man Trapped in a Well Arguing with the Person Above (the Master) Holding a Rope 13) readings from the Surangama Sutra, a Buddhist scripture: "I will appear as a Buddha to teach them the Dharma to liberate them..." and 14) about being rescued by the Light, a passage from, The Book of Faith-Wisdom -- Pistis Sophia, a Gnostic Gospel from Egypt In Divine Love (Bhakti), Light, and Sound, At the Feet of the Masters, Radhaswami James Bean Spiritual Awakening Radio Podcasts Sant Mat Satsang Podcasts Sant Mat Radhasoami A Satsang Without Walls https://www.SpiritualAwakeningRadio.com
Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Father Dave preaches his first homily of the Danube River pilgrimage, and reflects on rest in today's Gospel. He reminds us that God mandates us to rest, and that we're called to bring the Lord our burdens to be spiritually renewed. Preached at St. Benno in Munich, Germany on 07-09-23
Monday of the Fourteenth Week in Ordinary Time. Father Dave marvels at how today's Gospel fits perfectly with the group's pilgrimage visit to Altotting, Germany. He challenges us to find the Holy Spirit at work and see God in the ordinary places of our lives. Preached at Basilica of St. Anna, Altotting, Germany on 07-10-23
Hello to you listening in Arvada, Colorado!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds for Time Out Tuesday and your host, Diane Wyzga.Soon I'll be revisiting my Camino deSantiago pilgrimage as I do every year at this time. 5 weeks - 500 miles. One of the gifts that keeps on giving is the reminder that outside or external values do not support folks who walk the Camino. The Camino eventually begins inside the pilgrim once she decides that she is ready to silence her fears, the voices in her head and welcome contemplation and reflection. I had to learn then and I still must keep on learning how to remove myself from outside space to pursue the rich dialogue with myself. Dialogues such as these happen on pilgrimage and wherever we claim time for ourselves. Practical Tip: When we walk with head, heart and mind in sync we walk away from anger, fear, worry, exhaustion, frustration, fatigue and all the rest. We become aware that we've been going the Wrong Way for too long. It's time to get back to walking in harmony with our internal values. Now we will be able to walk our Buen Camino with peace in every step. You're always invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, would you subscribe, share a 5-star rating + nice review on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time!Meanwhile, stop by my Quarter Moon Story Arts website to:✓ Check out What I Offer,✓ Arrange your free Story Start-up Session,✓ Opt In to my monthly NewsAudioLetter for bonus gift, valuable tips & techniques to enhance your story work, and✓ Stay current with me on LinkedIn.Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present Quarter Moon Story Arts. All rights reserved.
Fr Eric Garris, Vocations Director comes back from World Youth Day in Lisbon.0:00: They let Fr Garris back into the country! 2:10: Fr Garris gives us some highlights from his WYD trip. 3;10: They also went to Lourdes.4:20: Here's the Lisbon and Fatima recap.4:50: The Pope was only 2 blocks away.6:30: A bit on the Popemobile.8:00: The importance of the presence of the Holy Father.9:40: Concert artists vs. the Pope.10:30: Some had not flown before, or only had an experience of their parish church.11:10: On sleeping outside12:10: On getting the priest vestments.12:40: What languages did you hear?13:10: Todos, Todos, Todos!14:00 Pilgrimage reflects life sometimes.14:40: We can be uncomfortable.15:20: Mike's experience in Philly.16:30: We do meet people from all over and can even meet someone you know and run into them at WYD.18:30: Even the Bishops get to you know you and be friendly.19:20: South Korea is next.20:30: St Jerome is the Church Search this week.23:00: Readings for this week can be found here.25:10: FD saw the Barbie movie.25:50: The 4th Ballpark Mass and All Star Game is on August 10.
Join Cyndi on a Pilgrimage to the Holy Land February 7 -20, 2024! Go to www.Cyndipeterson.com for information. Fr. Leon from Medjugorje is our Spiritual Guide. Experience all the Holy Sites where Jesus walked and worked his miracles. Definitely a trip of a life time. In this episode of the podcast, Cyndi shares St John Bosco's dream of The Snake and The Rosary. The power of the Rosary over evil and the restorative strength of Confession and Holy Communion are demonstrated. Cyndi would love to speak for your group. To schedule her contact Cyndi at TheCyndiPetersonShow@gmail.com. Cyndi's inspiring book, Waiting for a Miracle: One Mother's Journey to Unshakable Faith can be purchased on Amazon.com or at TheCyndiPetersonShow@gmail.comfor a signed copy.
Bob Scheidt has done it all endurance, and wrote a book about his adventures. He has cycled, ran marathons, ran ultras, backpacked, and walked across states, countries, and circumnavigated the US, all to raise awareness for Type I Diabetes which he was diagnosed with as a teenager. Check out his book on Amazon: https://a.co/d/1yI4TcL Follow Bob On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bobscheidtdiabetescrusader/ Follow Bob on X (Twitter): https://twitter.com/BobScheidt Check out the American Diabetes Association: http://www.diabetes.org/ Support the Podcast: https://www.patreon.com/TheEnduranceHousePodcast Follow the podcast: https://www.instagram.com/theendurancehousepodcast/ or https://www.facebook.com/theendurancehousepodcast Join the podcast Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1350616692426509 Check out our producer and sponsor Bellflys Endurance Coaching: BellfysEndurancecoaching.com, Jeff@bellflysendurancecoaching, or call/text 636-492-2808 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theendurancehouse/support
Listen to Lauren give a recap of her World Youth Day experience with two friends from her pilgrimage, Grace and Tricia, as they share their daily itinerary, the many graces received, and what is was like to live as a pilgrim among the beloved HAM (Hermanos Amor Misericordioso - Brothers of Merciful Love) religious community from Madrid, Spain and 284 Spanish youth for two weeks! The pilgrim life wasn't always easy, but God was so present to them!
In episode three of the Inaugural Swellness Pilgrimage podcast, the boys overdo it on the hash, police raid our minibus, and we summit the Chanderakani pass, taking our seat at the feet of the gods. To register your interest in the next Swellness Pilgrimage (Oct 2nd-15th) email: firstname.lastname@example.orgSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In episode two we come face to face with one of the greatest figures of modern history, the Dalai Lama, in a monastery packed to the rafters with Tibetan monks and exiles. To take part in the next Swellness Pilgrimage (Oct 2nd - 15th) register interest at email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In episode one of the Inaugural Swellness Pilgrimage Podcast, the blue collar grit merchant Kristy Smyth shares her story as the pilgrims assemble in the holy city of Dharamshala for some pre-pilgrimage Doof Hof, ice-water plunges, runny bum and the beginnings of some deeply cosmic goings-on. Register your interest for the next pilgrimage (Oct 2nd - 15th) at firstname.lastname@example.org. Lifeline: https://www.lifeline.org.au Wim Hof Breathing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tybOi4hjZFQ Thich Nat Hanh, Calm and Ease Meditation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=XHvtIcaD194See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Oil and water don't mix. So how can they be symbols of unity? Join Pastor Chris for a look at Psalm 133 in a continuing series. And along the way we managed to talk about C.S. Lewis and the second book in his remarkable "Space Trilogy" titled Perelandra. One day there will be a new heavens and a new earth. Until then, we believers must be oil and water and engage in the only act truly capable of bringing about unity. If you'd like a written transcript of the sermon, please click here.
Paul and Joe, and special guest Dominic, share their experiences of World Youth Day 2023! It was an awesome pilgrimage, full of graces and challenges, growth and blessings. Tune in to hear how World Youth Day changed the lives of these three young men!
Well I am on the way back to Australia either for a short while or a long while, but today we are talking about travel. You have heard my travel stories, but what about witchy travel in general? To be specific, I am talking about some of my favourite topics within the concept of spiritual travel. What are ley lines and where did the idea come from? Does the earth have energy centres, and where are they? What is a pilgrimage and how do you do one? And what on earth is astrocartography? Heather's Services: www.heathermannhumandesign.com/akashicrecords Instagram: @thehumandesignhedgewitch
Lino, Fr Dave, Tyler, and Brett with a bunch of nasty pilgrims on a Danube River Cruise Pilgrimage. The podcast kicks off on a bus (not a boat). Then, the crew heads to a beer tasting. After that, they visit Budapest and talk to strangers. And the podcast wraps up with a show on a boat!
Episode Notes In this episode, we're looking at Flying Saucer Pilgrimage, a 1957 book by Bryant and Helen Reeve that details their 23,000 mile road trip to meet various contactees, their role in promoting Contactee lectures in Detroit, and more! This Techtopia episode has an interview with their grandson that was a valuable resource! Subscribe to our Patreon for bonus episodes, behind the scenes action, and more! Website Twitter Instagram Facebook
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For our loved ones to have Faith they need to hear the Word of God. To Achieve this Cyndi shares two great resources: The Great Adventures Kids Catholic Bible Chronicles from Ascension Press. God's Brave Boy, God's Glorious Girl by Emily Wilson. Check out my website at www.Cyndipeterson.com for information on Cyndi's Pilgrimage to the Holy Land in February 2024. Cyndi would love to speak for your group. To schedule her contact Cyndi at TheCyndiPetersonShow@gmail.com. Cyndi's inspiring book, Waiting for a Miracle: One Mother's Journey to Unshakable Faith can be purchased on Amazon.com or at TheCyndiPetersonShow@gmail.comfor a signed copy.
With Andrew Wilbar on assignment, Jeremy Betz shares his firsthand experience visiting Latrobe and Steelers Training Camp on the latest edition of the Fix. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices