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The Walk Humbly Podcast
Back to School, the Traditional Latin Mass, Nicaragua and more! #96

The Walk Humbly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 29:03


On this week's episode, Bishop Burbidge offers his: Hope for students, parents and families as they prepare for another school year Thoughts on the announcement of his local instruction in implementation of Pope Francis' motu proprio, Traditionis Custodes, and his Responsa ad Dubia Reaction to Nicaraguan police raiding Catholic radio stations and placing bishop and priests on house arrest   Bishop Burbidge also answers the following questions from the faithful: Did you see any good movies this summer? Have you ever gone on pilgrimages, and, if so, what were the highlights?

SSPX Podcast
Pope Francis’ Apology in Canada: Was it wrong? Questions with Father #37 w/ Fr. Sherry

SSPX Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 49:57


As the world and the media turned their attention to Canada last week for the visit of Pope Francis, many of our listeners had questions. So we spoke to Fr. David Sherry, District Superior of Canada for the SSPX, about 4 main topics regarding the so-called “penitential pilgrimage” of the Holy Father:

Last Week in the Church with John Allen
Vatican finally comes clean on its finances

Last Week in the Church with John Allen

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 27:13


In this episode: Vatican finally comes clean on its financesPope meets with Ukraine's Ambassador to the Holy SeeUK court inserts itself into the Vatican financial trialNicaragua and Nigeria stir up trouble for the VaticanPope to attend the Congress of World and Traditional Religions in KazakhstanSupport the show

Catholic Answers Live
#10753 Open Forum - Tim Staples

Catholic Answers Live

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022


Questions Covered: 04:14 – Since God isn't limited to time and space can he see all the paths that we could have taken in life?  15:30 – Could you explain the Vatican's Council for Inclusive Capitalism?  22:10 – What should we expect if Jesus comes back tomorrow?  29:45 – I'm not Catholic but I am so close. Can you give me advice on making the leap even though Pope Francis scandalizes me?  37:50 – Is it ok to marry with the intention to adopt and not procreate?  42:37 – Can demons materialize in human form?  48:39 – How does Jer. 31:29-30 relate to original sin?  …

The Non-Prophets
The Non-Prophets 21.32 08-07-2022 with Cynthia McDonald, Teo el Ateo, Kelley Laughlin, and Malty

The Non-Prophets

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 76:11


The Non-Prophets, Episode 21.32 airing Sunday, August 7, 2022 featuring Cynthia, Mateo, Kelley and Malty.This week on The Non-Prophets we wanted to give you a little warning. You should always Watch out for Those Robber Alien cats! You never know when they are going to take over your area and steal all that you hold dear. At least until the insurance adjuster comes, but I am getting a head of myself. We have a powerhouse cast with Cynthia McDonald leading the charge with Teo el Ateo, Kelley Laughlin, and Malty. Let's get into it!For our first segment we look into Pope Francis' apology tour and see how it's going. So how are things going Frankie! Wait, why are you in a native headdress? Oh Frankie! Well can't wait till next year when Pope Francis does an apology tour to apologize for this apology tour. Hopefully he doesn't go in black face…Up next, THIS IS A STICK UP! A Prosperity Pastor gets robbed of all his jewelry while he is giving a sermon! Hundreds of dollars… no wait, thousands of dollars… What? $1 million dollars of jewelry has been reported to their insurance agency. Now we can't say it is fraud. We just look into some other shady dealing this pastor has had a history of.Previously, on The Handmaid's Tale. Oh wait sorry, this is just Kenneth Copeland coming out with a “Watchman Decree”. Oh and it is fully canon with Christofacists. Well thankfully we don't have any of those in positions of power right? This is a scary one viewer discretion is advised.Last segment this week we have a close encounter of a fury kind as science has figured out what all us dog people have known for years. Cats, with their murder mittens are IN FACT an invasive species! You heard it here first! Those jerk demons will worm your way into your home promising a mouse free lifestyle, but soon they are knocking water off your table and plotting the downfall of the human race!We also get a little bit of viewer mail which we read for your enjoyment. Send us more and hear your words come out from our amazing hosts!This about wraps it up for this week's show which you can find premiering Sunday at 3:00 PM central. See you there!Segment 1: Pope Watch! - Pope's Cosplay plus gets strong reactionsMateo LeadsPope in headdress stirs deep emotions in Indian Country https://bit.ly/3dcoTYsTribal leaders, members react to pope's apology on schools https://bit.ly/3SywTDiSegment 2: Prosperity Pastor gets plucked - Malty Leads NYPD: Preacher, wife robbed of $1M in jewelry during sermon https://bit.ly/3QmVJErBrooklyn pastor says he and his wife were robbed of more than $1 million in jewelry while preachinghttps://cnn.it/3p0Y7oCSegment 3: Shit Internet Apologist Say… ‘Watchman Decree' is new canon for Christofacists - Cynthia LeadsThe ‘Watchman Decree' is a scary vision of Christian nationalism in action https://bit.ly/3dbFVGmKenneth Copeland's Christofacist "Watchman Decree" is straight out of The Handmaid's Tale https://bit.ly/3vJ1d4kSegment 4: Strange But True…Close Encounter of the Fury Kind - Kelley LeadsScientists Just Classified Cats as an "Invasive Alien Species." Here's Why. https://bit.ly/3vJdDt4Cats are an invasive alien species, claims Polish scientific institute https://bit.ly/3QqQtzODon't like ads? Consider becoming a patron for commercial-free episodes: http://tiny.cc/patreonnp We welcome your comments on the thread for this show. ► http://tiny.cc/fbnp► Contact us with questions or news stories at: nonprophets@atheist-community.org

Fr. Kubicki’s 2 Minute Prayer Reflection – Relevant Radio
Father Kubicki - Prayer Reflections August 7, 2022

Fr. Kubicki’s 2 Minute Prayer Reflection – Relevant Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 2:00


Do you have faith? How strong is your faith? Is it as strong as our father in faith? Today's second reading from chapter 11 of the letter to the Hebrews talks about the man whom Pope Francis calls our father in faith. He was speaking about Abraham.

Let Me Be Frank | Bishop Frank Caggiano's Podcast | Diocese of Bridgeport, CT

Previously on the show, Bishop Frank has talked about his love of astronomy. On Let Me Be Frank this week, he offers his reflections on the astonishing images from the James Webb telescope.   In the second segment, he gives his thoughts on Pope Francis's apostolic letter: Desiderio Desideravi.  

Living Real Radio
185: Deacon Pedro Guevara-Mann

Living Real Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 50:51


Deacon Pedro Guevara-Mann, producer for Salt + Light Media, the only Catholic broadcast network in Canada, joins us on Living Real while in Nashville covering the 140th Knights of Columbus Supreme Convention. Deacon Pedro was also part of the team that coordinated Pope Francis' penitential pilgrimage in Canada as part of a commitment to healing and reconciliation with the country's Indigenous people for the policies of cultural assimilation that, in the past, have severely harmed native communities. We recommend watching Walking Together, a Salt + Light Media original documentary about Canada's residential schools, the ongoing process of reconciliation which led to Pope Francis' apology in 2022, and the long road ahead for healing and reconciliation between the Catholic Church and the Indigenous Peoples of Canada. Songs features on our Nashville Hippie Radio broadcast: Robbie Roberson and the Red Road Ensemble - Ghost Dance | Alex Kusturok - Red River Jig | Kashtin - Tshinanu.

This Week
Is Sunday mass becoming a thing of the past?

This Week

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 6:25


Social affairs and religion correspondent Ailbhe Conneely reports on changes being made by Catholic Dioceses as part of the Synodal process established by Pope Francis

The Survivor's Guide to Life
Episode 135: POPE FRANCIS EMBRACES HIS FRAILTY AND HUMANITY

The Survivor's Guide to Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 22:22


On his recent visit to Canada, Pope Francis, visibly aging, set an example in word and action. His message was - we must all embrace our frailty and humanity, preserve the dignity of the elderly, and realize that each of us, regardless of age, is a fragile human being. From a profile in the New York Times article, "Pope Francis, Slowed by Aging, Finds Lessons in Frailty" (July 28, 2022), the Pope teaches that we are all beneficiaries when we care for and spend time with the elderly. In this podcast, we read excerpts from the article and share our conviction of the value of compassion and respect for the older members of our community who deserve our care.

Interplace
God's Wrath Meets The Cherokee Path

Interplace

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 25:06


Hello Interactors,Unexpected extreme meteorological events on Biblical scales are happening all around the globe. Their intensity and frequency is only going to increase. Who will survive and who will die may come down to who chooses the right path. As interactors, you’re special individuals self-selected to be a part of an evolutionary journey. You’re also members of an attentive community so I welcome your participation.Please leave your comments below or email me directly.Now let’s go…ONE IN A THOUSAND“As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man.For in the days before the flood, people were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, up to the day Noah entered the ark; and they knew nothing about what would happen until the flood came and took them all away. That is how it will be at the coming of the Son of Man.Two men will be in the field; one will be taken and the other left.Two women will be grinding with a hand mill; one will be taken and the other left.Therefore keep watch, because you do not know on what day your Lord will come.”Matthew 24:37-42At 2 a.m. their Lord came. And then the flood. A woman, Amber, and a man, Riley, rushed to wake two boys and two girls: Madison, Riley Jr., Nevaeh, and Chance. Ages eight, six, four, and two. The water was filling their trailer home like a bathtub. But this was not just any flood.Civil engineers plan for floods like this. Flash floods. They mold networks of linear concrete channels directing water to rush into cavernous catchments…sometimes at blistering speeds. Civil engineers take great pride in trying to control nature. The British civil engineer credited with birthing the discipline, Thomas Tredgold, once said, “Engineering is the art of directing the great sources of power in nature for the use and convenience of man.” The power of these floods could not be directed. The cleverly engineered network of pipes, culverts, and catchments were eviscerated. Useless. Inconvenient to man.Seeing the water rise around them, gushing from all directions, the family of four headed for higher ground – their roof. But it wasn’t high enough, so onto a dangling limb they climbed. The water followed. Chunks of their home ripped from its frame as they clung to the tree. They watched as their home rose from its footings and swirled in the torrent.Have you ever submerged a rubber ball to the bottom of a pool, released it, and watch as it rushes to the surface with a pop? That’s the work of buoyancy force. It’s the same force that works against you swimming to the bottom to release it. It takes just two feet of flood water to exert 1500 pounds of buoyancy force. Imagine the force of 20 feet of rushing water? This flood was tossing SUVs like pool toys. Those four kids didn’t stand a chance. Only mom and dad survived.The U.S. Southeastern state of Kentucky was hit with a series of sudden thunderstorms last week. The death toll has climbed to 37. The town of Jackson, just west of Lexington, saw their entire average August rainfall of four inches pour down in just 12 hours. The National Weather Service estimated a storm like this may occur just once in 1000 years.They said that in 2015 about a rainstorm in South Carolina. Two regions there saw 10 and 26 inches of rain fall over four days. Twenty people died. Another “once in 1000 year” event happened in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 2016. Thirteen people died. Over ten times more houses in that area had major flooding (18 inches or more) than the last storm of this magnitude in 1983. That’s 33 years ago, not 1000. Suffice it say, the Southeast United States will have ‘once in 1000 year’ flood events at least once every five years, if not every year. What are the odds experts will stop calling them ‘once in 1000 year’ weather events? One in 1000?In 2015 Pope Francis sent a letter to all Catholic churches titled, Laudato si' (Praise Be to You). The subtitle read, “on care for our common home”. It was a seething critique on consumerism, globalism, addiction to continual economic growth, and the social and environmental degradation it has caused. He doesn’t mince words when he writes that it is,“easy to accept the idea of infinite or unlimited growth, which proves so attractive to economists, financiers and experts in technology. It is based on the lie that there is an infinite supply of the earth’s goods, and this leads to the planet being squeezed dry beyond every limit.”He observes it’s resulted in a form of “reductionism which affects every aspect of human and social life.” Especially those who are poor. He says, “the poor and the earth are crying out.” Imagine the sound of cacophonous rushing floodwaters, the clap of angry water-logged thunder clouds, punctuated with screams of terror from a family of four left with two. They clung to an equally terrified tree as their sole possessions rushed away in a gushing deluge. Deranged droplets running scared from the canyons, crevices, and creeks of the battered and bewildered hills of Appalachia.Kentucky is home to perennially poor people. The first Europeans to settle there most likely lived like resident Cherokees. For millennia Indigenous communities hunted and fished in and around the streams and rivers that carved grassy areas amidst hickory-oak forests. They hallowed out poplar trees to make canoes traversing vast networks of rivers and streams to hunt, travel, and trade. Cherokee women were expert horticulturists. They cultivated seeds using slow-burning fires to clear underbrush and germinate seeds, experimented with seed alterations to improve yields, farmed strawberries, and harvested North American native onions, called ramps. Their mountain plateaus were rich with rows of ‘Three Sisters’; beans, corn, and squash grown in clumps of biological reciprocity.Europeans and enslaved Africans then brought sweet potatoes and peaches which Cherokees also adopted. They did all this, as history professor Gregory Smithers learned, “not to commodify and claim possession over the landscape and rivers, but to constantly renew their commitment to living in balance and harmony with local ecosystems.”However, living in harmony with nature ended when European imperialists started competing for land and natural resources in the 17th and 18th centuries. As Europeans immigrant populations grew in the 19th century, so did commodification. By the late 1800s fresh-water mussels of Tennessee and southwest Virginia fed a burgeoning international pearl market. Within a few decades Tennessee was leader in marketing and selling pearls.After the Civil War and the formation of the New South, dams were built, roads were constructed, and timber became easier to extract. Corporations from the North bought large swaths of land. By 1930, over 60 percent of Kentucky land was owned by European, Canadian, and Northern United States companies. Families were forced to sell their land. Companies arranged sophisticated legal schemes in Washington D.C. forcing private land foreclosures they quickly then swooped up.The domination and oppression these Kentuckians experienced is what all Indigenous people had already endured, and continue to endure, across the continent. The taking of land and resources was dehumanizing and starved them of their dignity. Corporations played into these visceral emotions labeling and portraying people of the South, just as they did Indigenous, African, and lower-class European slaves and servants, as backwards, dirty, uneducated, lazy, and violent. The stereotype stuck and is alive to this day. The Pope is right, poor people of Appalachia are crying out alright. But many are crying in anger directed at another stereotype who hear mother earth crying: ‘environmentalists’.DISSONANCE DIFFUSEDKentucky is a deeply red state. Most love Trump and members of the Trump Republican party who gleefully dismantle environmental regulations. As Trump pulled from the Paris Peace Accords many Kentuckians cheered when he trumpeted that he represents the people of “Pittsburgh not Paris”. These people what their land back from corporations but vote for the party who hands land over to those very corporations. They want to farm, fish, and hunt in clean mountains and streams and for their houses to not float away, but many deny climate change and despise environmentalism. To enact revenge on the ’coastal elites’ of ‘the North’ they are inflicting material damage on their own soil and air, their livelihoods, and their mental and physical health. But when identities are threatened, so is reason.And it turns out, distraught, individualist, conservative cisgender male Christians who value patriarchy and masculinized manual labor (like logging and mining) have an especially hard time accepting this essential fact: addressing the effects of climate change will require communal collective action across global, socio-political, cultural, and gender boundaries. This approach is antithetical to their identity, and they feel threatened by it. So how does one teach such a person the hard realities of climate change contributing to their destruction?Scholars working at the intersection of learning sciences and social psychology find it starts with diffusing the dissonance. They advise avoiding threats to identity or attempts to ‘win them over’ through argumentation or value judgement. Researchers also found an educational path into conservative homes may best be through children. One study showed daughters educated on aspects of climate change were particularly effective in educating their fathers.A group of educators in conservative Oklahoma manage to subvert laws restricting the teaching of aspects of climate change by talking openly in the class about its social controversy. This problem-based approach to learning has shown embracing controversy in meaningful dialog opens the door to collective problem solving among conservative students.Professor David Long at Moorehead University in Kentucky takes this approach in his introductory physics class for non-physics majors. He also does research on how political and religious ideology can be used to mediate science education. His class is called “Modern Issues and Problems in the Physical Sciences”. Being in coal country, he focuses on the carbon costs of energy production. Using project-based learning techniques students grapple with the science behind energy production, consumption, and CO2 atmospheric outputs – both the opportunities and the threats.He says “a small number of (always) white male Morehead State students present themselves in class adorned with various types of neo-facist para-military and white supremacist shirts, hats, and other coded iconography that have burgeoned among the political right in recent years.” To diffuse dissonance, he starts the class by identifying as the son of a father who worked in the coal-fired energy industry on the eastern Appalachian slopes of Pennsylvania.He wraps up the course by having the class write up an ‘official’ news release on a future energy policy based on what they learned. To encourage unbiased writing, he exposes them to the realities of media bias by using the ‘ad fontes media’ bias chart. This indirectly teaches them to be more critical of their own personal information choices on climate change. He says that so far only three people “have chosen energy policies which retain high CO2 emissions, and even in these cases, the students have chosen natural gas as part of a larger suite of energy choices in what they describe as a pragmatic stopgap as we move away from carbon.”FROM REDNECK TO RED’S NEXT“People look down on Appalachians, and some people are saying the hillbillies got what they deserved…But it’s not like that. These were good people, God-fearing people that loved their neighbors and looked out for each other. People don’t realize how much has been lost.” Those are the words of Tonya Gibson, a nurse practitioner in Knott County, Kentucky. She’s been dealing with people mourning the loss of those rescued but not saved from the flood. She spoke to the stereotypes that plague people living in this region as a form of her own crying.These are the same God-fearing people Pope Francis knows suffer most from the effects of climate change. Effects due to a fossil-fueled exploitive form of capitalism the Pope is critical of. For his next memo, perhaps the Pope should reflect on the role Catholicism and Christianity played in the unfolding of overly extractive capitalism. He should contemplate the exploitation of Indigenous and African people in pursuit of gold for centuries of Pope’s like him and the nation-states they, and other Christian churches, controlled.The origins of the complete dominion over natural resources in pursuit of prosperity for Kings and their Christian enablers is rooted in interpretations of the Bible. The English Standard Version of Genesis 1:26. reads:“Then God said, ‘Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.’”Other versions say ‘rule’ instead of ‘dominion’. And rule they did. Many still do and authoritative rule has become a part of their identity. But Christians who follow principles of ecotheology believe this is a misinterpretation or poor translation of the original Hebrew text. They contend for humans to be granted ‘dominion’ does not mean they have permission to gluttonously exploit, defile, or destroy it – just the opposite. Ecotheologians believe their God gave humans the gift of nature and they are obligated to apply the abilities God instilled in their big brain to creatively maintain, care, and sustain the gifts of nature.The word ‘dominion’ appears elsewhere in the Bible in plural form. ‘Dominions’ are Christian angels tasked with keeping the natural order of the universe as their God designed it, by enforcing universal laws of nature. Curiously, atheist environmentalists are in fact, in Christian terms, Dominion Angels doing what God told them to do. But getting ‘rednecks’ to listen to these ‘whackos’ won’t be easy. But not impossible.In 2003, two researchers published a paper studying faith-based environmentalism in 20 churches in Appalachia. They found these churches successfully promoted “a transformation of personal values, attitudes, and conduct in support of an environmental ethic of care.” Further, they were able to convince traditional Christians that beliefs surrounding ‘dominion as domination’ are “key reasons for continued environmental degradation.” Other efforts like the ‘Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology’ continue to foster faith-based communities “where religious and spiritual traditions join together for the shared wellbeing of ecosystems.”Whether you’re a secular civil engineer who believes we just need more concrete to control nature or an evangelical God-fearing Christian ruling over your God-given domain, the forces of nature don’t care. That is a cognitive dissonance that needs diffused. The Cherokees have never been confused; they know what needs to happen. Cherokee historical knowledge teaches the importance of gudugi – working together for the good of all. This is done with reverence for all living things while walking the right path – duyvkta.Many scoff at Indigenous knowledge and science. They write it off as primitive and that to embrace their principles somehow would throw us back centuries. But these people survived by adapting to ebbs and flows of nature. They were quick to adopt new technologies, knowledge, and tales and then harmonized them with nature with reverence and reciprocity. They walked the right path so that others after them could too.Before the Cherokees were forced off their land in the 1830s, a knowledge keeper named Thomas Nutsawi (Deer in the Water) would share some of their creation stories with missionaries who were there to share theirs. Reciprocity. As 1830 approached it’s reported he warned them of a time “when the world became ‘full of people who were very wicked. They disregarded all good instructions and would not listen to any thing [sic] good that was said to them’.”Recall the Biblical story of Naoh’s Ark. It was the wicked people, sinners, that led God to flood their land. Nutsawi continued,“an old man was instructed by ‘a certain dog’ to place ‘all kinds of animals’ into a vessel. The old man obeyed, and shortly after closing the door on his vessel ‘rain commenced, and continued forty days and forty nights, while the water at the same time gushed out of the ground, so that as much water came up, as fell down from the clouds. The wicked people could swim but little before they would sink and drown’.”Cherokees didn’t just synthesize European fruits and vegetables into their diet, they syncretized missionary Christian tales into their knowledge transfer. Nutsawi was integrating the Biblical stories with Cherokee concepts of ecological cooperation between man, animal, and nature as a lesson to European missionaries and his people. As we all face what even the Pope sees as undeniable and unmanageable meteorological forces stemming from wicked people and their sinful ways, Nutsawi’s words offered what may be a prescient ending to his story. He said,‘the family saved in the ark were Red…the Red people are the real people…’ Nutsawi made his point by reminding us all that their forebearers, the original inhabitants of the land, survived harsh and intense climatological and geological upheaval, both sudden and enduring, because they rejected selfishness. But Europeans, he observed, were ugasalesgi – greedy. And for that, they drowned.Thank you for reading Interplace. This post is public so feel free to share it. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit interplace.io

Catholic Family News's Podcast
Weekly News Roundup August 5, 2022

Catholic Family News's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 63:38


Our stories this week include (1) another papal interview in which Pope Francis attacks traditionalists, (2) Good news/bad news on the pro-life front, and (3) a terminus date announced for TLMs in Arlington and the Institute of Christ the King shuts down in Chicago. 

Coming Clean Podcast
Latinos in America with Ingrid Barrera - Anchor & Reporter, Ep #133

Coming Clean Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 49:55


I met Ingrid in preparation for our Latin Talks series and I was so impressed with her resume and background within television and reporting. She is making a big impact with her skills and position and I knew her story would be powerful to hear.Ingrid Barrera is an Anchor and Reporter for Noticiero Telemundo Houston which airs on KTMD, the local station serving the Spanish-speaking community in the Houston, Texas area. Barrera joined Telemundo Houston in November 2017.Before joining Telemundo Houston KTMD, Barrera worked from Mexico City for Telemundo Network's Noticiario Nacional from 2016 to 2017 as a news correspondent. She covered the death of the leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro as well as the Divo de Juárez, the singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel. She witnessed the 2016 presidential elections in the United States, from El Paso, Texas, in addition to reporting the ravages left by the September 2017 earthquakes in Mexico. She was nominated 3 times for an Emmy, for best national newscast and for coverage of the presidential elections in the United States.Previously, she was a news anchor for the third Mexican national network, Grupo Imagen Multimedia, where she covered the visit of Pope Francis to Mexico from the Apostolic Nunciature in Mexico City and the extradition of drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán to the United States. Barrera obtained her bachelor's degree in Communication Sciences from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education. She is also a member of the Non Violence Project, an international association created to preserve the message and work of John Lennon that spreads non-violence. Through the workshops that are taught in 36 countries, more than 10 million children have access to education and sports.You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in...What drove Ingrid to become an anchorwoman (1:31)Why the struggle for quality of life for those crossing the border is a human issue (9:18)How important it is to educate yourself as you arrive in this country (19:52)Why everyone in the community needs to help with immigrant adjustment (25:31)How to manage machismo in the workplace (34:31)Why exposure can help to educate us (42:09)Resources & People MentionedTelemundo HoustonConnect with IngridOn InstagramOn TwitterConnect With Peter O. Estévezwww.peteroestevezshow.com Follow on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PeterOEstevezShow/Follow Peter O. Estevéz Show on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/peteroestevezshow/Follow Peter on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/peteroestevez/

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

Acton Lecture Series
The social teaching of Benedict XVI

Acton Lecture Series

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 45:21


We go back in time to April 2011, when Samuel Gregg, current senior research fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research, discussed the social teaching of Benedict XVI, illustrating how much the pope changed the focus of Christian engagement with political, social, and economic questions. Whether the subject was Islam, ecumenism, the rise and decline of the West, or simply "Who is Jesus Christ?,” Benedict opened up discussions once considered taboo and caused even hardened secularists to rethink some of their positions. Two years after Gregg's lecture, Pope Benedict XVI announced his resignation, and Jorge Bergoglio was elected his successor, assuming the name Pope Francis. Subscribe to our podcasts About Samuel Gregg | AIER 'The Modern Papacy' by Samuel Gregg See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Larry Richert and John Shumway
Reaction to Pope Francis considering retirement

Larry Richert and John Shumway

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 8:50


Francis Rooney, former United States Ambassador to the Holy See, explains the significance of the announcement. 

The John-Henry Westen Show
Pro-LGBT cardinal: Pope Francis agrees with my stance

The John-Henry Westen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 18:37


Lay Catholic activist Richard Smaglick shares his encounter with Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich of Luxembourg, who openly believes Church teaching on homosexuality needs to change. Cardinal Hollerich, president of the European bishops' conference, told Smaglick that Pope Francis is in "full agreement" with him. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Rising Up with Sonali
How Far did the Pope's Canadian Apology to First Nations Go?

Rising Up with Sonali

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022


Pope Francis last week paid an historic visit to Canada, appearing in person in Maskwacis in Central Alberta to apologize for the role of the Catholic Church in perpetuating the horrors and abuses...

EWTN NEWS NIGHTLY
2022-08-04 - EWTN News Nightly | Thursday, August 4, 2022

EWTN NEWS NIGHTLY

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 30:00


On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: We remember Indiana Congresswoman and South Bend native Jackie Walorski, who was known as a tireless worker, a no nonsense, get it done woman. She was also an active pro-lifer who constantly fought to save the lives of the unborn. And, weeks after the US Supreme Court struck down Roe v Wade, and as officials in the Biden Administration seek to expand abortion access, one pro-life strategist says that “…women are worth fighting for, children are worth fighting for.” The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology recently released a statement saying pro-life reproductive care providers may lose their certification because they do not promote abortions. CEO of the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Donna Harrison, joins to share her thoughts on the statement. Meanwhile, the 140th Supreme Convention of the Knights of Columbus wrapped up today in Nashville, Tennessee. Nearly 2,500 knights attended the 1st in-person Supreme Convention in 3 years. Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly joins to tell us what it was like to be back and what some of the highlights were. Finally this evening, Pope Francis has released his message for the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation next month. Environmental Engineer and new director of the Laudato Si Platform for Action, John Mundell, joins to tell us more about the pope's message. 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

Retirementrevised.com
Big changes are looming in Medicare

Retirementrevised.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 40:02


This week on the podcast, we take a wide-ranging look at important changes going on in Medicare. My guest is a top expert on the program - Phillip Moeller. Phil is an award-winning financial journalist and author who has studied both Medicare and Social Security very closely. He’s the co-author of one of the best books on Social Security, called Get What's Yours - The Secrets to Maxing Out Your Social Security. And he is the sole author of two other volumes in the Get What’s Yours series, including Get What's Yours for Medicare: Maximize Your Coverage, Minimize Your Costs. Phil also writes an excellent newsletter on Substack, the same platform that I use to bring you my newsletter and podcast. I talked with Phil about an important set of changes to the Medicare Part D prescription drug program that Congress seems about ready to approve. We should have news about the legislation by the end of this week, or perhaps over the weekend, and if it does become law, I’ll be writing more about it. The bill would allow Medicare - for the first time - to negotiate the prices of the most expensive brand-name prescription drugs with pharmaceutical companies. That’s a big deal, and it could save quite a bit of money for enrollees and taxpayers over time - Medicaid and the Department of Veterans’ Affairs have been negotiating drug prices for years, and they generally pay about 30% less for drugs than Medicare does.The legislation would also place a $2,000 cap on enrollees’ annual out-of-pocket costs. And it incents drug makers to avoid large price increases by penalizing them for increases that exceed the general inflation rate in the economy. Here’s an overview of what the legislation would do, and when, courtesy of the Kaiser Family Foundation.I also spoke with Phil about the ongoing privatization of Medicare through the Medicare Advantage program - and the next big potential privatization wave which is coming in the form of Accountable Care Organizations for people enrolled in traditional Medicare.Finally, we speculated a bit about what the Part B premium and Social Security COLA will look like in 2023.Click the player icon at the top of the newsletter to listen to my conversation with Philip Moeller.What I’m readingThe mental health benefits of doing nothing . . . The benefits of paying off a mortgage . . . Pope Francis, slowed by aging, finds lessons in frailty . . . Factoring the costs of climate change resilience into retirement planning. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit retirementrevised.substack.com

Catholic Messenger Conversations
Catholic Messenger Conversations Episode 37: Bishop Zinkula's journeys to the peripheries

Catholic Messenger Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 35:13


Responding to Pope Francis' call to journey to the peripheries, physical and existential, Bishop Zinkula shares his experiences. Renew Our Hearts, copyright 2019 by Joe Mattingly. All rights reserved. Published by NS Publications, 2325 James St., #11, Coralville, IA 52241. Email: nspinfo@newmansingers.com. Voice/text: 319-331-8812. For rights and reprint information, contact the publisher. Recorded at Holy Mountain Studios, Coralville, IA. You can hear all our podcasts on your favorite podcast platform including Apple podcasts, iHeartmedia, TuneIn and more.

The Popecast: A History of the Papacy
The "Pope" from Kansas (Pope Michael)

The Popecast: A History of the Papacy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 10:32


Now, here at The Popecast we normally cover those men who are considered to be “valid popes” – that is, a legitimate part of the unbroken line of succession in the Roman Catholic Church that began when Jesus gave the keys to Peter and, as is commonly understood, sits now with Pope Francis. And while there have been grandiose antipopes throughout history – men who we may one day talk about in more detail – today's subject is another case entirely. Few may know about the man from Kansas who claimed to be pope, and unironically so. Recently he died, so today's episode will tell the story of and serve as a tribute for David Bawden, the man who for the past 32 years had – by his estimation – reigned over the true Catholic Church as Pope Michael. PATREON: https://patreon.com/thepopecast FB / Twitter / Instagram: @thepopecast EMAIL: matt@thepopecast.fm NEWSLETTER: https://popes.substack.com Links from the Episode: - Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b96WxyxPfOY - Obituary for David Bawden: https://bit.ly/3oQoHkv

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
Episode: 408 “In God We Trust”

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 123:23


WARNING! THIS EPISODE IS NOT SAFE FOR WORK OR SMALL CHILDREN!In this episode of Native Opinion, we provide our deconstruction of Pope Francis visit to Cree territory in Canada, and the apology he provided to the victims of residential schools under the direction of the Catholic Church and the Canadian federal government. Was his apology enough? How was it received? Does Indian country accept it? We provide our perspectives. Also, what is the United States PACT Act? Why did 41 republicans vote AGAINST this legislation that would help thousands of Veterans? We discuss. We thank our listeners for their support of our show and patience for the amount of time that has passed since our last episode. EPISODE TOTAL RUNNING TIME: 2 HOURS.

CRUSADE Channel Previews
Wisdom Wednesday: Papa Francis' Disturbing Assault On Sacred Tradition And History Itself with Brother Andre Marie

CRUSADE Channel Previews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 75:00


Wisdom Wednesday: Papa Francis' Disturbing Assault On Sacred Tradition And History Itself with Brother Andre Marie Special Guest Brother Andre Marie Host of ReConquest aired only on the Crusade Channel. Follow Brother Andre on GAB and Twitter - @Brother_Andre Contraception -  Pope Francis - comments on contraception and traditional Latin Mass Humanae Vitae -  The conclusions that were supposed to be sent to the Pope from that got leaked out and people really thought that the Pope was going to change the Churches stance on contraception.  Black Mark Against Fulton Sheen -  Back to Latin Mass: But know that dogma, morality, is always on a path of development, but always developing in the same direction…I think this is very clear: a Church that does not develop its thinking in an ecclesial sense, is a Church that is going backward. This is today's problem, and of many who call themselves traditional. No, no, they are not traditional, they are people looking to the past, going backward, without roots – it has always been done that way, that's how it was done last century. And looking backward is a sin because it does not progress with the Church. Tradition, instead, someone said (I think I said it in one of the speeches), tradition is the living faith of those who have died. Instead, for those people who are looking backward, who call themselves traditionalists, it is the dead faith of the living. Tradition is truly the root, the inspiration by which to go forward in the Church, and this is always vertical. And looking backward is going backward, it is always closed. HEADLINE: Life, Causality, and the Catholic-Protestant Divide by Brother Andre Marie HEADLINE: Saint Lydia (First Century) by The Slaves of the Immaculate Heart  There are notable people that are exceptions to the Jesuit order. But besides though few, the Jesuits are in deep trouble. HEADLINE: What is Development of Doctrine? by Brother Andre Marie HEADLINE: The Ecumenical Councils of the Catholic Church by The Slaves of the Immaculate Heart  Scientism - everything cannot all be science Scientism begins w/ a denial of the first cause and says everything is secondary causality.  HEADLINE: The Dangers of Scientism (December, 1946) by Br Francis Maluf  Our Readers And Listeners Keep Us In Print & On The Air! Click here to subscribe to The CRUSADE Channel's Founders Pass Member Service & Gain 24/7 Access to Our Premium, New Talk Radio Service. www.crusadechannel.com/go What Is The Crusade Channel? The CRUSADE Channel, The Last LIVE! Radio Station Standing begins our LIVE programming day with our all original CRUSADE Channel News hosted by award winning,  25 year news veteran Janet Huxley. Followed by LIVE! From London, “The Early Show with Fiorella Nash & Friends. With the morning drive time beginning we bring out the heavy artillery The Mike Church Show! The longest running, continual, long form radio talk show in the world at the tender age of 30 years young! Our broadcast day progresses into lunch, hang out with The Barrett Brief Show hosted by Rick Barrett “giving you the news of the day and the narrative that will follow”. Then Kennedy Hall and The Kennedy Profession drives your afternoon by “applying Natural Law to an unnatural world”!    The CRUSADE Channel also features Reconquest with Brother André Marie, The Fiorella Files Book Review Show, The Frontlines With Joe & Joe and your favorite radio classics like Suspense! and CBS Radio Mystery Theater. We've interviewed hundreds of guests, seen Brother Andre Marie notch his 200th broadcast of Reconquest; The Mike Church Show over 1500 episodes; launched an original LIVE! News Service; written and produced 4 Feature Length original dramas including The Last Confession of Sherlock Holmes and set sail on the coolest radio product ever, the 5 Minute Mysteries series! Combined with our best in the business LIVE! Coverage of every major political/cultural event of the last 6 years including Brexi...

The Sunday Magazine
New generation of Indigenous leaders on what comes after the Pope's apology

The Sunday Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 25:12


During his trip to Canada this past week, Pope Francis apologized for members of the Catholic Church who cooperated with Canada's "devastating" policy of Indigenous residential schools, and begged for forgiveness for past wrongs and forced assimilation. Although he returns to the Vatican this weekend, the process of reconciliation continues. To discuss where that effort goes from here, members of a new generation of Indigenous leaders share their takes on the week that was and the path forward. Talia Schlanger is joined by Taylor Behn-Tsakoza, Youth Representative at the British Columbia Assembly of First Nations; Serpent River First Nation Chief Brent Bisaillon; and Hailey Rose, Youth Representative at the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations.

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

Fr. Kubicki’s 2 Minute Prayer Reflection – Relevant Radio
Father Kubicki - Prayer Reflections August 3, 2022

Fr. Kubicki’s 2 Minute Prayer Reflection – Relevant Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 2:00


Father talks about today's Gospel from Matthew chapter 15, the story of the pagan woman who asked Jesus to help heal her daughter. Father helps us understand this reading better through some reflections from Pope Francis.

Thank God I'm Atheist
Talking to Believers #556

Thank God I'm Atheist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 75:29


Christian missionaries kicked off reservation, Arkansas lawmaker blocks constituents on social media, conservatives send letter to Mitch McConnell, Pope Francis visits Quebec, preacher robbed of more than $1 million worth of jewelry, Seattle Pacific University's hiring practices, and talking to believers and gently challenging them.

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.

CrossPolitic Studios
The Mysterious Death of 5 GTA Doctors & Globalist Tyranny Marches On [Liberty Dispatch]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 69:05


Liberty Dispatch ~ August 2, 2022 What's going on in Toronto? 5 GTA doctors died mysteriously in July alone and hosts Matty and Andrew are asking the question the MSM, will not, namely, why!?! Weekend Review: Story 1: ArriveCan Investigation: Federal privacy commissioner investigating controversial ArriveCAN app | Global News; FINALLY - Privacy Commissioner Investigating Trudeau's ArriveCAN App | Front Page News Story 2: WEF Wants to Abolish Private Automobile Ownership: WEF: Save the planet, give up your car | Western Standard 2030 ERP: Transportation; By the Numbers: A look at electric vehicle sales in Canada; Canada to ban sale of new fuel-powered cars and light trucks from 2035 The SHADOWY Origins of Klaus Schwab and the WEF w/Journalist Johnny Vedmore | Open Mike; Story 3: FDA Approves Monkeypox Vaccine: FDA Approved Vaccine for Monkeypox, “A Rare Disease,” in 2019 | Bright Light News Story 4: Pope Flies Maskless: Legacy media flies maskless on Pope’s plane while mask mandate still in effect I True North News; Behind the scenes: What it was like travelling across Canada with Pope Francis during papal visit | CTV News. [Story 1] Mysterious Deaths of 5 GTA Doctors in July: WARMINGTON: Triathlete, 27, becomes 5th GTA doctor to die in July | Toronto Sun; WARMINGTON: Hospitals confirm deaths of four physicians but deny vaccine-related | Toronto Sun; Well-known Toronto emergency physician dies suddenly while running | CTV News; Autopsies Show Evidence of Vaccine Fatalities! w/Professor Michael Palmer | Open Mike; The Latest Tragedy: Sudden Adult Death Syndrome | Mercola; Deaths with unknown causes now Alberta's top killer: province | CTV News; Myocarditis Cases Reported After mRNA-Based COVID-19 Vaccination in the US From December 2020 to August 2021 | JAMA Network Myocarditis and Pericarditis After mRNA COVID-19 Vaccination | CDC New study: 133x risk of myocarditis after COVID vaccination | Israeli News Sick of Mainstream Media Lies? Please Support us in bringing you real, truthful reporting and analysis from a Christian perspective.Subscribe to our various shows:LIBERTY DISPATCH PODCAST: https://libertydispatch.podbean.com OPEN MIKE WITH MICHAEL THIESSEN: https://openmikewithmichaelthiessen.podbean.com THE LIBERTY LOUNGE WITH TIM TYSOE: https://rumble.com/c/c-1639185 Stay up-to-date on all things LCC: Gab: https://gab.com/libertycoalitioncanada Telegram: https://t.me/libertycoalitioncanadanews Instagram: https://instagram.com/libertycoalitioncanada Facebook: https://facebook.com/LibertyCoalitionCanada Twitter: @LibertyCCanada - https://twitter.com/LibertyCCanada Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/LibertyCoalitionCanada YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLb1yNIeJ-2bSuHRW4oftRQ Please LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW and SHARE it with others!

The Father Joe Podcast
Pope Francis says ‘door is open' to eventual retirement.

The Father Joe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 22:07


We could not help but notice the Pope's health issues as he journeyed to Canada. The pontiff's knee has hampered his ability to move about without the assistance of a wheelchair. The possibility of retirement appears to be an option. Pope Benedict XVI resigned in 2013 after roughly seven years in office.

Last Week in the Church with John Allen
Priest threatened with charges after “aquatic” Mass

Last Week in the Church with John Allen

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 29:06


In this episode:A historic meeting of the world's cardinalsPope returns from Canada…was his apology enough?Where will the Pope go next?Pope admits he needs to slow down for his kneeChristian persecution rises in NigeriaPriest threatened with criminal charges after “aquatic” MassSupport the show

RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
Ep. 250: Popes of Genocides Past and Present

RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 31:57 Very Popular


Last week Pope Francis visited Canada to apologize and seek forgiveness for the crimes committed by the Catholic Church against the indigenous peoples of Canada. He called that practice of Christianity “evil.” On the first day of his visit Mike received an email from one of Canada's most well known and beloved Native Canadians, the folksinger Buffy Sainte Marie. In it she explains why an apology isn't enough. Mike then asks the Pope (whom he's met) to grant indigenous people everywhere a Papal Decree that's long overdue. *************** Read more about The Doctrine of Discovery: National Geographic article DoctrineOfDiscovery.org *************** Music from today's episode: “Aiya Surli Tikiatasanga (The Time I Arrive)” — Leo Osoak “The Mission (Gabriel's Oboe)” — Ennio Morricone “Universal Soldier” — Buffy Sainte Marie *************** Podcast Underwriters: 1) Anchor.fm can help you start your own podcast. Go to anchor.fm to learn more. 2) Go to shopify.com/rumble [all lowercase] for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. *************** --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rumble-with-michael-moore/message

MEDIA BUZZmeter
Manchin Blitzes 5 Sunday Shows, Climate Bill's Fate Still In Doubt

MEDIA BUZZmeter

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 38:49


Howie Kurtz on Senator Joe Manchin supporting a new spending package, Pope Francis considering stepping down and President Biden again testing positive for COVID. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle
Monday, August 1, 2022 – The history and protocols of headdresses

Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 56:18


The pictures of Pope Francis wearing a headdress spurred controversy across the globe - and on our social media channels! A Cree elder and chief gifted the high honor to the leader of the Catholic Church during his visit to Canada last week during a visit specifically to apologize to Indigenous people for the church's role in residential school abuses. Indigenous leaders throughout history have given headdresses to numerous non-Native people including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and many U.S. presidents. Some tribes have very specific traditions and ceremonies connected to making and receiving headdresses. Today on Native America Calling, Shawn Spruce discusses headdress protocols and traditions and why the headdress on the pope sparked particular concern with Dana Wilson (Crow), former member of Crow Tribal executive and legislative government; Dr. Don Pepion (Pikunni), emeritus professor of Native American studies at New Mexico State University; and Niigaan Sinclair (Anishinaabe), Winnipeg Free Press columnist and Indigenous studies professor.

Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
Nestorius and the Laity Judging if Francis is the Pope w/ Michael Lofton

Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022


Michael Lofton engages Dr. Edmund Mazza’s thesis that the case of Nestorius gives today’s laity the precedent for judging whether Pope Francis holds the papal office.

Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
Pope Francis and the Death Penalty w/ Michael Lofton

Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022


Pope Francis and the Death Penalty w/ Michael Lofton Michael Lofton examines the perspective of Pope Francis on the death penalty in light of his 2022 comments on a return flight from Canada. The interview may be found here: https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/251921/full-text-pope-francis-in-flight-press-conference-from-canada Michael’s previous video on the death penalty: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7070_Kgee8I #theology #debate #sspx #schism #catholic #pope #deathpenalty […]

EWTN NEWS NIGHTLY
2022-08-01 - EWTN News Nightly | Monday, August 1, 2022

EWTN NEWS NIGHTLY

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 30:00


On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: Pope Francis is back in Rome following his 6 day trip to Canada. EWTN News Vatican Analyst Andrea Gagliarducci has more on the Holy Father's Apostolic Journey. President Joe Biden tested positive once again for Covid-19. Meanwhile, Vice President Kamala Harris is the center of attention right now as she travels to Miami to announce that 1 billion dollars are on the way in an effort to, what the Biden Administration says, make America resilient to climate change. The war in Ukraine is over 5 months old and Russian troops — and weapons — have killed thousands of civilians, including many women and children. Now, the Ukrainian ambassador is raising awareness of the suffering of her people to US lawmakers. Amid threats from China, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is still expected to visit Taiwan tomorrow. Tom Spoehr, Director of the Heritage Foundation's Center for National Defense and retired Army Lieutenant General joins us to discuss this potential visit to Taiwan and the overall concern about China's threats. Finally this evening, at least 28 people are dead in Eastern Kentucky, following floods caused by torrential rains. Meg Campos, Executive Director of the Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Lexington joins us to discuss the relief efforts in her diocese. 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

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Remembering the Life of Bill Russell

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 161:53


Today on Boston Public Radio: Attorney General Maura Healey shares her thoughts on the outcomes of the recent state legislature session, and took listener calls and answered questions on another installment of “Ask the AG.” Howard Bryant discusses the life and legacy of Bill Russell, including the impact of his presence in Boston and his role as a social justice advocate during the Civil Rights movement. Bryant is a columnist and commentator for ESPN. Then, we ask listeners about their memories of Bill Russell. Katie Krall talks about her experience being a female coach in the MLB, the unorthodox career path that led her to work in baseball, and the culture around women's sports today. Krall is a player development coach for the Portland Sea Dogs, a Boston Red Sox affiliate team. Revs. Irene Monroe and Emmett Price discuss the Kansas nuns opposing a state abortion amendment, the Pope Francis' recent ‘apology tour' in Canada, and Beyonce's new album. Monroe is a syndicated religion columnist and the Boston voice for Detour's African American Heritage Trail. Price is founding pastor of Community of Love Christian Fellowship in Allston and the Inaugural Dean of Africana Studies at Berklee College of Music. Together, they host GBH's All Rev'd Up podcast. Richard Blanco reads poems about the chaos in our country right now, including “Fire and Ice” by Robert Frost, Anna Akhmatova's “Lot's Wife,” and his own “And So We All Fall Down”. Blanco is the fifth inaugural poet in United States history. His latest book, "How To Love A Country," deals with various sociopolitical issues that shadow America. We end the show by talking about recent legislation in the statehouse.

Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
Pope Francis Attends a Pagan Ceremony in Canada?

Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022


Did the pope recently participate in a native american ritual? What are the consequences of this? Should Catholics accept what was done? Michael tackles these questions, and many more!

The Non-Prophets
The Non-Prophets 21.31 07-31-2022 with Secular Rarity, Phoebe Rose, and Richard Gilliver

The Non-Prophets

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 74:10


The Non-Prophets, Episode 21.31 airing Sunday, July 24,2022 featuring Secular Rarity, Phoebe Rose, and Richard Gilliver.I got to tell ya. It's a God Eat God World Out There. This week we got Secular Rarity leading a mostly British panel in Phoebe Rose and Richard Gilliver. Will They force poor Secular Rarity into appreciating tea and using nothing but metric, or is SR going to throw his own Boston Tea Party? Nah, likely they are going to have an amazing discussion over this weeks topics. Let's get in it.First up, POPE WATCH! If it is one thing the Vatican doesn't like it's gays. No wait, If it is one thing the Vatican doesn't like it's people having the right to choose. Sorry, let me try this again. If it is one thing the Vatican doesn't it's competition! Seems like the German Catholic movement is getting a little too progressive for Pope Francis' liking. So they are trying to pump the brakes on them.While we are on the topic of a movement not wanting to follow lock step, down there in Florida…. Hold on, please tell me this ISN'T a Florida Man story. Well kinda. Unlike our friends over there in Germany seems like Florida churches want to break away because Methodists are too progressive for them. In the land of sun, alligators, and god it seems like messages of love and inclusion want to fall on deaf and likely sun burnt ears.Up next, can we get some victim blaming up in here? Texas floated a proposal to change the teachings of slavery. They thought it would reduce their guilt of they changed the term to “involuntary relocation”. Yes, changing the language of horrible history allows you to ignore the past. Then while you are doing that, maybe you can repeat it! No? They don't think that is what is going to happen? Really, well what would be stopping them then? This one does have a happy ending, but we should all be on alert because I won't be surprised if we hear this story again.Finally, Verizon takes a Step in the Right Direction by removing One America “News” Network from their services. Verizon was the last network to do so, and we look into the actual motives of this move. Will they find a new home in the vast wasteland that is the Internet? Anything is possible I guess. For right now let's take solace in hate losing a platform and keep fighting for love to find away!That wraps it up for this week.Segment 1: Pope Watch: Vatican puts brakes on progressive German Catholic movement https://bit.ly/3POUcHhEuronews, By Reuters, 22 July, 2022Vatican warning: Germany's ‘Synodal Way' poses ‘threat to the unity of the Church'https://bit.ly/3vsktDcVatican slams German reformers, warns of potential for schismhttps://bit.ly/3JlHZYqSegment 2: More than 100 Florida churches file lawsuit to leave United Methodist Church https://bit.ly/3zTKFJLNew denomination urges United Methodists to walk out of the wilderness https://bit.ly/3zky4gXSegment 3: Texas education officials proposed changing "slavery" to "involuntary relocation" when teaching second gradershttps://cbsn.ws/3oInH1EState education board members push back on proposal to use “involuntary relocation” to describe slaveryhttps://bit.ly/3OR8m9AOpinion: Texas Could Change Enslavement To ‘Involuntary Relocation' But The Truth Remains The Same, It's Still Enslavement https://bit.ly/3cMZ9BPSegment 4: SITRD: Far-Right Channel One America News Officially Dropped by Last Major TV Carrierhttps://bit.ly/3OOd5JbTruth Social's refusal to use Amazon servers added to tech troubles and huge waiting list at launch, report says https://bit.ly/3JhP4sJDon't like ads? Consider becoming a patron for commercial-free episodes: http://tiny.cc/patreonnp We welcome your comments on the thread for this show. ► http://tiny.cc/fbnp► Contact us with questions or news stories at: nonprophets@atheist-community.org

PBS NewsHour - Segments
News Wrap: More victims of deadly floods found in Kentucky, Appalachia

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 3:57


In ours news wrap Saturday, catastrophic flash floods across eastern Kentucky and wider Appalachia have killed at least 25 people, President Biden tests positive for COVID again in a rare rebound case, protestors storm Iraq's parliament for the second time this week, Pope Francis contemplates early retirement due to physical ailments, and New York declares a state of emergency over monkeypox. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

What A Day
One Small Step For Manchin, One Giant Leap For Mankind

What A Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 22:38 Very Popular


Senate Democrats reached a deal on a historic climate spending package – thanks to a surprise reversal from West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin, who previously rejected the measure.Judges in North Dakota and Wyoming both put temporary holds on abortion bans that would have taken effect in those states this week.And in headlines: the U.S. economy shrank again, torrential rains triggered devastating floods in eastern Kentucky, and Pope Francis ends his week-long tour of Canada today.Show Notes:The Guardian: “‘Hunted': one in three people killed by US police were fleeing, data reveals” – https://bit.ly/3BnpUanVote Save America: Fuck Bans Action Plan – https://votesaveamerica.com/roe/Crooked Coffee is officially here. Our first blend, What A Morning, is available in medium and dark roasts. Wake up with your own bag at crooked.com/coffeeFollow us on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/whataday/For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/whataday

Consider This from NPR
In Canada, The Pope Delivers An Apology To Indigenous Peoples

Consider This from NPR

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 13:51 Very Popular


This week, Pope Francis has been in Canada, on what he calls a "Pilgrimage of Penance". He's been going around the country to apologize for the Catholic Church's role in Canada's residential school system. These schools – funded by the Canadian government and administered by the Catholic Church – were aimed at erasing the culture and language of indigenous people. The apology from Pope Francis this week comes after years of allegations detailing abuse and neglect at these residential boarding schools. Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission was established in 2008 to document what happened at these schools – and the lasting trauma that has followed. Stephanie Scott is a member of the Anishinaabe from Roseau River First Nation. She's executive director of the National Center for Truth and Reconciliation – and has been part of a years-long effort to gather the testimony of survivors. She shares with us the mixed feelings about the Pope's apology, and the work that still has to be done towards reconciliation.In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

1A
The News Roundup for July 29, 2022

1A

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 85:29 Very Popular


Republican politicians are embracing the term "Christian nationalist." Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene called for the GOP to promote the ideology multiple times in recent weeks. The Washington Post reports the Justice Department is investigating former President Donald Trump as part of its criminal probe into the Jan. 6 insurrection. Attorney General Merrick Garland told NBC this probe is "the most wide-ranging investigation in [department] history."President Joe Biden tested negative for COVID this week. He used his recovery as an opportunity to promote vaccines, citing the mildness of his illness compared to that of his predecessor, Donald Trump.Meanwhile, the matter of where the COVID-19 pandemic began has been settled: the virus' origin has been pinpointed to a wet market in Wuhan, China.Pope Francis apologized to indigenous communities in Canada over the church's past abuses of Native people. However, the Pope's decision to don a headdress on the trip has raised eyebrows in the communities to whom he and the Church are trying to apologize.We cover the most important stories from the week during the News Roundup.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.

Catholic Answers Live
#10739 Infallibility - Michael Lofton

Catholic Answers Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022


Questions Covered: 16:04 – I'm very close to joining the Catholic Church but how do I make sense of Pope Francis and his actions, especially the restrictions on the Latin Mass and the pope praying with non-Catholics in non-Catholic ceremonies? 21:47 – Can a pope declare a private revelation to be necessary for salvation or for one to be considered Catholic? 30:59 – Pope St. John Paul II declared that he had no authority to ordain women, was that considered an infallible statement? 36:13 – If a pope says something that isn’t true, is that a danger to souls? 45:42 – Is it true that the pope can declare something about the Mass that a future pope could not undo? 49:29 – Because Jesus instituted the papacy, the pope cannot declare new things like ordaining women. …

Dr Taylor Marshall Catholic Show
847: Pope Francis invoking ‘sacred circle of spirits' and Western Grandmother [Podcast]

Dr Taylor Marshall Catholic Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 24:29


Pope Francis hosts a pagan ceremony. “I will ask the western direction to open that door,” which he called “the grandmother door,” adding lastly that he will “honor the northern direction,” which he called “the direction of grandfathers.” Watch this new podcast episode by clicking here: Or listen to the audio mp3 here: If you'd […] The post 847: Pope Francis invoking ‘sacred circle of spirits' and Western Grandmother [Podcast] appeared first on Taylor Marshall.

Pod Save the World
China picks a fight with Pelosi

Pod Save the World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 90:14 Very Popular


This week, Ben and Tommy explain why the Chinese government is freaking out about Speaker Pelosi visiting Taiwan, the latest news from Ukraine, the climate change bomb that might go off in Congo, Viktor Orban's latest racist rant, Pope Francis's trip to Canada, and why 9/11 families are doubling down on their criticism of Trump while the Saudi government plans a monument to stupidity in the desert, and much more. Then Ben talks with Zhanna Nemtsova about their new podcast Another Russia, which explores the murder of Zhanna's father and what it tells us about Russia today. Listen to Another Russia here or wherever you get your podcasts.

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
Russia's International Space Station Pullout | Molly Burke

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 33:36 Very Popular


Pope Francis apologizes for Catholic abuse of Indigenous people, Molly Burke discusses her advocacy for the disabled community, and actor Brian Cox talks about his role on "Succession."See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.