Christian devotion symbolising the love of Jesus Christ
A special sit down with John Lillis who is the Owner/Skipper of Lifeboat Coffee Co located in Phoenix Arizona (Lifeboatcoffee.com) . John was a classmate and teammate of Rich and a Veteran. We'll talk about John being abandoned at birth, growing up in San Francisco, Football at City College of San Francisco and more. This is Part 1 of 2 with our sit down with John. Enjoy! Visit Lifeboatcoffee.com for Special Discount for our listeners & subscribers: Special Limited Discount Code for $2 off any order or 2lbs or more: #64 Extra Lifeboat Coffee Benefits: https://lifeboatcoffee.com/discount/%252364 0:00 – Beginning / Introduction 5:46 – Welcome John Lillis 6:23 – Reminiscing about San Francisco 14:45 – Abandoned at Birth – Bruce Nixon 17:21 – Troy's legs fall off! 23:00 – San Francisco is not what it used to be. 32:40 – Family – Drifting apart & Passing of Loved ones 38:20 - Podcasting & great conversation – Long content & discussions. 42:00 – Football at Sacred Heart 47:00 – 63 Yard Field Goal 50:00 - City College Football 56:50 – What's John going to do with his life. 57:46 – Coffee Break 1:01 - End of Episode 20 Part 1 TAKE ACTION.....STEP UP TO THE CHALLENGE & subscribe to the show and while you are there hitting the subscribe button go ahead and leave a review while you are listening! You can find us on the following: iTunes Google Play Spotify Stitcher Visit us at our website: www.stepuptochallenges.com THANKS! TAKE ACTION & STEP UP TO CHALLENGES IN YOUR LIFE!
[Comment: Losing in the Heart of Jesus] Friends of the Rosary: We honor today St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, the seventeenth-century French nun whose visions of Jesus Christ helped to spread devotion to the Sacred Heart. One day, while in prayer, Margaret experienced Christ's presence in an extraordinary way. She heard Jesus explain that he desired to show his love for the human race in a special way, by encouraging devotion to "the heart that so loved mankind." She experienced a series of private revelations, but the superior of the convent and Church officials dismissed them as a delusion. However, the Jesuit priest Father Claude de la Colombiere – later canonized as a saint – believed her testimony, and chronicled it in writing. St. Margaret Mary Alacoque gained what she desired, facing her last illness with courage: "To lose myself in the heart of Jesus." Ave Maria! Jesus, I Trust In You! St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, Pray for Us! + Mikel A. | TheRosaryNetwork.org, New York —- • Watch this Rosary Live. Every day at 7:30 PM ET or at any time on-demand. Please share it! • Free Online Video Course: Everything You Wanted to Know about the Rosary of Mary
Full Text of ReadingsSaturday of the Twenty-eighth Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 472All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Saint Margaret Mary AlacoqueMargaret Mary was chosen by Christ to arouse the Church to a realization of the love of God symbolized by the heart of Jesus. Her early years were marked by sickness and a painful home situation. “The heaviest of my crosses was that I could do nothing to lighten the cross my mother was suffering.” After considering marriage for some time, Margaret Mary entered the Order of the Visitation nuns at the age of 24. A Visitation nun was “not to be extraordinary except by being ordinary,” but the young nun was not to enjoy this anonymity. A fellow novice termed Margaret Mary humble, simple, and frank, but above all, kind and patient under sharp criticism and correction. She could not meditate in the formal way expected, though she tried her best to give up her “prayer of simplicity.” Slow, quiet, and clumsy, she was assigned to help an infirmarian who was a bundle of energy. On December 21, 1674, three years a nun, she received the first of her revelations. She felt “invested” with the presence of God, though always afraid of deceiving herself in such matters. The request of Christ was that his love for humankind be made evident through her. During the next 13 months, Christ appeared to her at intervals. His human heart was to be the symbol of his divine-human love. By her own love Margaret Mary was to make up for the coldness and ingratitude of the world—by frequent and loving Holy Communion, especially on the first Friday of each month, and by an hour's vigil of prayer every Thursday night in memory of his agony and isolation in Gethsemane. He also asked that a feast of reparation be instituted. Like all saints, Margaret Mary had to pay for her gift of holiness. Some of her own sisters were hostile. Theologians who were called in declared her visions delusions and suggested that she eat more heartily. Later, parents of children she taught called her an impostor, an unorthodox innovator. A new confessor, the Jesuit Claude de la Colombière, recognized her genuineness and supported her. Against her great resistance, Christ called her to be a sacrificial victim for the shortcomings of her own sisters, and to make this known. After serving as novice mistress and assistant superior, Margaret Mary died at the age of 43, while being anointed. She said: “I need nothing but God, and to lose myself in the heart of Jesus.” Reflection Our scientific-materialistic age cannot “prove” private revelations. Theologians, if pressed, admit that we do not have to believe in them. But it is impossible to deny the message Margaret Mary heralded: that God loves us with a passionate love. Her insistence on reparation and prayer and the reminder of final judgment should be sufficient to ward off superstition and superficiality in devotion to the Sacred Heart while preserving its deep Christian meaning. Click here for prayers to the Sacred Heart! Saint of the Day Copyright Franciscan Media
Italy has made it mandatory to prove Covid vaccination, or a negative test, to go to work. Thousands of workers at Trieste port have gone on strike over the mandate, and we get reaction to the new policy from Alessandro Borghese, who is a chef with two restaurants in Milan, and another opening soon in Venice. And with a majority of Italians supporting the measure, we get wider context from Professor Guendalina Graffigna, who is an expert on consumer health psychology at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Piacenza. Also in the programme, the BBC's Vivienne Nunis heads to the TED Countdown climate summit in Edinburgh, to find out about innovative approaches to tackling climate change. Plus, we have a report from India as the country's festival season gets under way, and hear that whilst there seems to be more enthusiasm on the streets compared to last year, it does not necessarily mean more business. Today's edition is presented by Mike Johnson, and produced by Faarea Masud and Ivana Davidovic.
The Life of Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque and the Sacred Heart DevotionThe account of how the Sacred Heart Devotion was given to Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque.We traveled to Paray-le-Monial to the Convent of the Visitation where St. Margaret Mary Alacoque received apparitions of Jesus, where He showed her His Sacred Heart, and gave her the promises of the Sacred Heart. Learn about St. Claude Colombiere and how he, along with St. Margaret Mary, was responsible for our devotions to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque and Sacred Heart DevotionJourneys of Faith Bob and Penny Lord's StoreJourneys of Faith Blog Subscribe to our Free Blog Easy PeasyBob and Penny Lord TV Channel Miracles of the Eucharist, Apparitions of Mary, and lives of the Saints videos on demand.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bobandpennylord?fan_landing=true)
Ellen Snee grew up outside of New York City, the oldest of five kids in an Irish Catholic family. On Wednesday nights their parish priest, who was a family friend, would join their family for hot dogs and play cards. One night, Ellen's devout father asked the priest to bless his children. They all closed their eyes, and he said some prayers. As they were praying, and all was calm, twelve-year-old Ellen decided what she wanted to be. When they were done, she stood up and declared, “When I grow up, I'm going to be a priest!” The room went silent. Years later, Ellen attended a Jesuit university where the curriculum and atmosphere appealed to her. While she knew becoming a priest was not possible, Ellen discovered a group of female Jesuits, the Religious of the Sacred Heart, and joined their order as a nun. She was drawn to this community, dedicated to the mission of education, service, and a life of prayer. It was also a time when work was being done to make it possible for women to become priests. So Ellen was hopeful that it could still occur within her lifetime. Within religious life, Ellen held many positions as a teacher, campus minister, and then pursued her doctorate in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard University. Ellen left the convent while still in graduate school. She turned the conceptual frameworks from her dissertation on women in roles of authority into the launch of a successful consulting firm, Fine Line Consulting. Before long, she stepped into the corporate sector running leadership and coaching programs for executive women in Fortune 500 companies such as Pfizer, Schwab, Marriott and Goodyear. For 15 years she provided one-to-one coaching to high potential and executive-level women across the country. A move to California in 2001 led her to work in Silicon Valley at the major tech companies such as Apple, Cisco, KPG, and Citrix. In 2009 Ellen was hired by global technology company VMware as VP Leadership Development and Organizational Consulting. In this week's Work From The Inside Out podcast, learn more about Ellen's journey: Ellen is the author of Lead: How Women in Charge Claim Their Authority (She Writes Press), in which she shares her wisdom and experience with all talented women seeking to accelerate their careers. She went on to lead Global Talent Development and in 2013 launched VMwomen, a business initiative designed to attract, retain, develop, and advance talented women. Learn more and connect with Ellen here: https://www.ellensnee.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/ellen-snee-edd-a3aa9930/ https://www.facebook.com/ellen.snee.9/ https://www.instagram.com/ellensnee/ https://twitter.com/EllenSnee https://ellensnee.medium.com/
Assistant Director of Sports Performance at Old Dominion University, coach Wayne Adams Joins the show to talk all things performance at the collegiate level. Previous Director at Catawba, previous Associate Director at Sacred Heart, and ALSO one of my first mentors as a young professional in the field. Topics of Discussion:- Managing a weight room at the collegiate level- Training College Baseball Players- Communicating early and coaching on the fly - The High/Low Model- Rotational Sports & Rotational training- Baseball Workload - In-season vs Off-season - Strength training all year - Sprints & Plyo's all year - Pitchers vs. Position PlayersQuick Hitters- Next frontiers in sports performance- Advice to a young S&C professional- One piece of equipment in a weight room- Favorite hobby
Fr. Roger J. Landry Sacred Heart Convent of the Sisters of Life, Manhattan Friday of the 27th Week in Ordinary Time, Year I Votive Mass of the Sacred Heart of Jesus October 8, 2021 Joel 1:13-15.2:1-2, Ps 9, Lk 11:15-26 To listen to an audio recording of today's homily, please click below: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/catholicpreaching/10.8.21_Homily_1.mp3 […] The post Jesus’ Work Gathering into a United Kingdom, 27th Friday (I), October 8, 2021 appeared first on Catholic Preaching.
Episode 93: The Paradox of the Prayerful Mom We can't help it. We worry and we suffer because we love. Yet, in the midst of all our trials, we moms can grow in peace, wisdom, and even joy. Annabelle Moseley is here to help us embrace The Paradox of the Prayerful Mom. Find Annabelle Moseley here: http://www.annabellemoseley.com LIMITED TIME OFFER until October 15, 2021: Purchase Ave Prayer Book for Catholic Mothers at a discount (enter code MOSELEY at checkout): https://www.avemariapress.com/products/ave-prayer-book-for-catholic-mothers Book Trailer for Ave Prayer Book for Catholic Mothers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKXutI-9vro Sacred Braille: The Rosary as Masterpiece by Annabelle Moseley: https://www.amazon.com/Sacred-Braille-Masterpiece-through-Reflection/dp/1950108805/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=sacred+braille+moseley&qid=1631205647&sr=8-1 Our House of the Sacred Heart: Art, Prayers & Reflections towards Consecration to the Sacred Heart by Annabelle Moseley: https://www.amazon.com/Our-House-Sacred-Heart-Reflections/dp/1952464439/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=our+house+of+the+sacred+heart+moseley&qid=1631205684&sr=8-1 Episode 82: Our House of the Sacred Heart (Homeschooling Saints interview with Annabelle: https://homeschoolingsaints.podbean.com/e/episode-82-our-house-of-the-sacred-heart/ Link to joining 33-Day Consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus: https://www.annabellemoseley.com/consecration-to-the-sacred-heart-of-jesus/?utm_source=email&utm_campaign=newsletter210908 YouTube Devotional Series: Seven Sorrows Devotion Prayer Companion video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qnQLfD212V4 Seven Sorrows Rosary Prayer Companion video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fb-6WDBcZ0 Prayer Companion to the Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2Z6_SaSY_c&t=472s Prayer Companion to the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qa1pNf2clM&t=809s Prayer Companion to the Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBcdzzm9VIo&t=1010s Prayer Companion to the Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8do6WvVDLs4 Today's Short Feature: Chantal Howard, Ideal to Real Topic: Disagreeing With Our Children Find Chantal Howard: https://www.chantal-howard.com Thank you to the following contributors who made this podcast possible: Our Sponsor HomeschoolConnections.com Homeschooling Saints Theme Music Composed by Taylor Kirkwood Intro voice Dave Palmer radio personality and author of St. Thomas Aquinas for Everyone Our host Lisa Mladinich
Full Text of ReadingsTuesday of the Twenty-seventh Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 462All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Saint Maria Faustina KowalskaSaint Faustina's name is forever linked to the annual feast of the Divine Mercy, the Divine Mercy chaplet, and the Divine Mercy prayer recited each day at 3 p.m. by many people. Born in what is now west-central Poland, Helena Kowalska was the third of 10 children. She worked as a housekeeper in three cities before joining the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy in 1925. She worked as a cook, gardener and porter in three of their houses. In addition to carrying out her work faithfully, generously serving the needs of the sisters and the local people, Sister Faustina also had a deep interior life. This included receiving revelations from the Lord Jesus, messages that she recorded in her diary at the request of Christ and of her confessors. At a time when some Catholics had an image of God as such a strict judge that they might be tempted to despair about the possibility of being forgiven, Jesus chose to emphasize his mercy and forgiveness for sins acknowledged and confessed. “I do not want to punish aching mankind,” he once told Saint Faustina, “but I desire to heal it, pressing it to my merciful heart.” The two rays emanating from Christ's heart, she said, represent the blood and water poured out after Jesus' death. Because Sister Maria Faustina knew that the revelations she had already received did not constitute holiness itself, she wrote in her diary: “Neither graces, nor revelations, nor raptures, nor gifts granted to a soul make it perfect, but rather the intimate union of the soul with God. These gifts are merely ornaments of the soul, but constitute neither its essence nor its perfection. My sanctity and perfection consist in the close union of my will with the will of God.” Sister Maria Faustina died of tuberculosis in Krakow, Poland, on October 5, 1938. Pope John Paul II beatified her in 1993, and canonized her seven years later. Reflection Devotion to God's Divine Mercy bears some resemblance to devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. In both cases, sinners are encouraged not to despair, not to doubt God's willingness to forgive them if they repent. As Psalm 136 says in each of its 26 verses, “God's love [mercy] endures forever.” Enjoy this prayer to Saint Faustina! Saint of the Day Copyright Franciscan Media
In this episode, we're taking a look at how the Fall/Spring Equinox is a portal for previewing the 2022 energetic frequency. The sign of Libra is highlighted during this Solar and Mercury retrograde cycle. Libra is the sign associated with the symbol glyph of the "Scales.The traditional planet of guidance/rulership for Libra is with the feminine archetype of Venus. The powerful and mythical paradox, is the sign of Libra is connected with the masculine polarity. This feminine planet links with the cardinal activating sign of Libra, which deals with partnering, unions, pairing and relationships of all kinds. The basic connection is the heart/love centeredness of Venus, while it mediates the mental and intellectual agility of the Libra air attunement. The balancing of the "Scales", Divine Thought revealed through the Sacred Heart".It's our good fortune in this episode to gain further insights from Wisdom Teacher, Sharon Ni Chuilibin , who lives in Ireland. Around the 22 minute mark, she talks about "the power of each person emitting a personal frequency------that affects every other individual, and how there is really only one Heart". Your Sacred Wild Soul Password: "Be the Peace and Harmony You Want to Live"Places to Connect: https://soulsoundinsights.teachable.com/Ruth: https://www.soulsoundinsights.com/Ruth: https://www.pianofunplayer.com/Sharon Ni: www.soulcompass.ieOriginal Music "Call of the Wild" by M. Ruth McCants
You're listening to the Westerly Sun's podcast, where we talk about the best local events, new job postings, obituaries, and more. First, a bit of Rhode Island trivia. Today's trivia is brought to you by Perennial. Perennial's new plant-based drink “Daily Gut & Brain” is a blend of easily digestible nutrients crafted for gut and brain health. A convenient mini-meal, Daily Gut & Brain” is available now at the CVS Pharmacy in Wakefield. Now for some trivia. Did you know that Rhode Island native Thomas Garrett Cavanagh was an American professional ice hockey center who last played with the Springfield Falcons of the American Hockey League. After playing four seasons at Harvard University, he was drafted by the San Jose Sharks in the sixth round. Cavanagh made his National Hockey League debut with San Jose near the end of the 2007–08 season and recorded an assist on his first shift. Now for our feature story: An open government coalition is asking Rhode Island's governor to allow public agencies to hold meetings online due to the surge of COVID-19 infections. Access/RI said Friday that it sent a letter to Governor Dan McKee asking him to issue an executive order because his previous order to waive the requirement that members of public bodies meet in person expired in July. Since then, the coalition said, some public bodies have had difficulty getting enough members to attend in person for a quorum and some members of the public have been reluctant to attend. The coalition said: “Members of the public face a choice between their health and their ability to participate in our democracy,” State legislatures in neighboring Connecticut and Massachusetts codified similar executive orders to allow for online meetings until the spring, the coalition added. Rhode Island's legislature considered allowing online meetings until July 2023, which Access/RI opposed due to the length of time and the belief that in-person meetings should be the default. The letter was signed by Access/RI, the ACLU of Rhode Island, the League of Women Voters of Rhode Island, Common Cause, University of Rhode Island and the New England First Amendment Coalition. Meanwhile in Connecticut: Governor Ned Lamont got his third dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine over the weekend and urged others on social media to follow suit. The 67-year-old Democrat posted on Twitter saying: “Getting your booster is so easy! Same with your first shot,” along with photos of him stripped down to a white t-shirt and face mask while getting the vaccine at the Durham Fair. An estimated 270,000 Connecticut residents who are 65 years and older and who originally received Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, including nursing home residents, could begin getting their third booster shot this week. Residents ages 50 to 64 with risky underlying health conditions and who received the Pfizer vaccine are also allowed to obtain a third dose at more than 800 locations across the state. Those sites can be found online. For more about the coronavirus pandemic and the latest on all things in and around Westerly, head over to westerlysun.com. There are a lot of businesses in our community that are hiring right now, so we're excited to tell you about some new job listings. Today's Job posting comes from Crimmins Residential Staffing in Westerly. A couple in Watch Hill is looking for a part-time housekeeper. Pay is $35 per hour and you'll work there 3 days per week in season and one day per week during the off-season. For more job requirements, check out the link in the description: https://www.indeed.com/jobs?l=Westerly%2C%20RI&mna=5&aceid&gclid=Cj0KCQjwpf2IBhDkARIsAGVo0D2S3gEb-328GyRpBuTTeeKPdn3-klOh0KYAsfete6MEZmI5S4qTg-4aAnQkEALw_wcB&vjk=028da372fc87d663 Today we're remembering the life of Patricia Murphy of Westerly. Mrs. Murphy was born in Montclair, NJ, the eldest of seven children. As a child, Mrs. Murphy moved with her family to Wheeling, WV. In 1953, she graduated from Villa Duchesne Convent of the Sacred Heart in St. Louis, where she excelled in art and tennis. At Rosemont College, Mrs. Murphy captained the tennis team and earned All-Philadelphia honors as goalie on the field hockey squad. During those years, she also won seven consecutive West Virginia state singles titles in tennis. In 1955, it was tennis that led Pat to meet J. Austin Murphy, the man who would become her husband of 63 years. After graduating from Rosemont in 1957, Mrs. Murphy was a reporter for the Wheeling News Register, the Camden Courier Post and the Columbus Little Weekly. In 1958, she married her husband. A salesman with US Steel, Austin's job required frequent relocation. Mrs. Murphy lived with her rapidly growing family-at one point, she had seven children under the age of seven-in eight different cities. In 1995, she and Austin moved permanently to the family's summer homestead in Shelter Harbor. In Westerly, Mrs. Murphy continued her lifelong, tireless work for others. She served on numerous healthcare boards, volunteered for both Hospice Care and her beloved parish, St. Clare, where she was a daily communicant. And when her husband joined the Chorus of Westerly, Mrs. Murphy did too. She dedicated thousands of hours to the Chorus, running the annual auction and managing myriad day-to-day duties. After a few years, she was elected President of the Board of Directors for the Chorus… only the second non-singing member ever to hold the post. Mrs. Murphy was old-school tough. As she committed herself to these groups full-bore, she never complained about her debilitating arthritis, complications from a battle with Hepatitis C, or the countless struggles brought on by her irredeemable offspring. She soldiered on through a great deal of difficulties, constantly mentioning how "delightful," "terrific," and "super" her life was. In addition to her husband of 63 years, Mrs. Murphy leaves seven children, 20 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren, her sister-in-law, and her siblings, and many nieces and nephews. Thank you for taking a moment with us today to remember and celebrate Patricia's life. That's it for today, we'll be back next time with more! Also, remember to check out our sponsor Perennial, Daily Gut & Brain, available at the CVS on Main St. in Wakefield! 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On this week's episode, the Janitor tries to keep a bird in the hospital while JD tries to get Keith kicked out of Sacred Heart. In the real world, we've extended the deadline for the Hyundai giveaway! If you or a friend are in need of a car apply here: www.FakeDocsHyundaiGiveaway.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Mike Randle (@RandleRant) talks with Ryan Peters (@pioneer_pride) of NECSports & Blue Ribbon Sports Podcast to preview Sacred Heart Hoops for the 2021-2022 season. Mike talks with Ryan Peters about head coach Anthony Latina's continued ability to recruit, a plethora of returning players, a great backcourt in Aaron Clarke & Tyler Thomas, and optimism about a challenging non-conference schedule. Follow us @STheSPodcast on Twitter. Rate and subscribe on Spreaker, iTunes, Stitcher, and TuneIn Radio!Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0r14k3YJBdOaT9Lz6RJTEwEmail the show StheSPodcast@gmail.com
Here are the most important things you need to know in and around college athletics, in 5 minutes or less, for Wednesday, September 8, including Sacred Heart's new AD, lots of realignment talk, UTRGV to possibly add football and more. Be sure to check your inbox to see more news and updates from around the nation. We would love to know what you think of the show and you can let us know on social media @D1ticker. If you are not subscribed to D1.ticker, you can and should subscribe at https://www.d1ticker.com/.
After extolling the church's beauty and saying, “You are altogether beautiful, my love; and there is no spot in you”, Christ goes on to say, “You have RAVISHED my heart with one look of your eyes.” He then describes the church as a beautiful and fruitful ‘secret garden' with ‘hidden springs' throughout. A picture of being made fruitful by the gift of His Spirit. Christ is head over heels in love with you and me! We must allow His love and Spirit to anchor every aspect of our being. Join us as we worship.
Preaching for the September 3rd Feast of Saint Phoebe, Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ offers a reflection on Romans 16:1-2, which never appears in the Roman Catholic Lectionary: "Phoebe is another woman silenced in the lectionary, but who was not so silent in her own context. She was a woman of influence: minister, deacon, and sponsor of one of the earliest churches. Phoebe was a woman who used her social status and power for the good of others and for the spread of the Gospel. We remember her, even though she was thought not important enough—or perhaps too important—to be included in the lectionary. Perhaps we could reflect on how we use whatever social power we have, to influence, to provide resources, to call out injustice, to come to the aid of the needy, to further the proclamation of the Good News. If we do that, Phoebe will be proud to have us as her successors." Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ, was professor of New Testament at Catholic Theological Union at Chicago for 26 years, and is professor emerita from Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University. She retired in 2009 to become provincial archivist of the Society of the Sacred Heart, United States-Canada Province. She is the author or editor of many books and articles on topics of New Testament and Early Church, and of the early history of the Society of the Sacred Heart. Visit www.catholicwomenpreach.org/preaching/09032021 to learn more about Osiek, to read her text, and for more preaching from Catholic women.
Mekayla ditches school and then is captured on security cameras all over the town, she seems to be making phone calls, but with who?#Missing #CCVideo #DisappearedWhat happened to missing 16 year-old Canadian teen Mekayla Bali, who disappeared from the town Yorkton in Saskatchewan on April 12, 2016? While her behavior was somewhat mysterious in the days leading up to the disappearance, Mekayla had a reputation as being responsible and consistent, and did not seem to make any preparations for a long-term trip or disappearance. Most spookily of all, much of her activity that day was caught on multiple surveillance cameras around town, yet she still disappeared without a trace, and remains missing to this day. On today's episode, Juras and Glenn consider the evidence, video, footage,and review Mekayla Bali's actions to see what the evidence is for her possibly meeting an online predator and being abducted or otherwise harmed by this person, vs. her possibly deciding to disappear voluntarily.Chapters:0:00 Introduction and background17:00 Timeline of the day Mekayla disappeared20:00 Mekayla arrives at Sacred Heart high school, and then leaves33:00 The Tim Hortons footage01:08:26 Thoughts01:25:00 Questions and TheoriesPlease Subscribe to our YouTube channel to make sure you don't miss new episodes of the Solvable Mysteries Podcast, we upload on a weekly basis.Thank you for the music:Awkward Meeting - Supernatural Haunting by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100574Artist: http://incompetech.com/Night of Chaos Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
As we honor the Sacred Heart of Jesus, one idea to meditate on His love for us, is to feel our own pulse, and to imagine with each heartbeat, Jesus knocking. He wants to have a heart to heart conversation with us. All show notes at Father Kubicki – Prayer Reflections September 1, 2021 - This podcast produced by Relevant Radio
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FAITH. In an exceptionally personal episode, Chris explores his struggle to believe in a higher power with two people who have thought and studied deeply on matters of faith. Joined by Matt Jordan (and his fancy Philosophy Ph.D.) and Father Patrick Schultz (Parochial Vicar at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church), Episode 22 of 3Q3D tackles important questions, including, “what is the best argument to convince someone God exists?”, “how does one maintain faith even after experiencing something truly horrific?”, and “why did Matt bring a cocktail that gave everyone an instant cavity?” In true 3Q3D fashion, the conversation gets more spirited along the way, and this one will undoubtedly leave you wanting for more – possibly in more ways than one. Drinks in this episode:>> James Joyce cocktail: 1 ½ oz Irish whiskey, ¾ oz sweet vermouth, ¾ oz Cointreau, ½ oz fresh lime juice; Combine all ingredients in an ice-filled cocktail shaker and shake until cold. Strain into a chilled Martini glass>> Builder Upper cocktail: 2 oz fresh lemon juice, 1½ oz Cognac, 1 oz Benedictine; pour into a tall glass of ice and top with soda; garnish with a lemon spiral>> 2008 Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon (Alexander Valley)If you've been enjoying the 3Q3D podcast, please consider sharing an episode with a friend. Thank you! Links and other show information: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/3drinkspodcast/?hl=en Father Patrick's Podcast, Slaking Thirsts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/slaking-thirsts/id1441555374
Fr. Patrick preached this homily on August 29, 2021 at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Wadsworth, OH. The Sunday readings are from Dt 4:1-2, 6-8, Ps 15:2-3, 3-4, 4-5, Jas 1:17-18, 21b-22, 27 & Mk 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23
The Slamfest Podcast brings the premier rock concert pregaming experience from the parking lot to the podcasting airwaves. Episode 63 - Brad welcomes back Slamfest crew member, Jay, to the podcast. This episode revolves around the Last in Line show Brad saw on 8/22/21 at the Token Lounge in Westland, MI and the Last in Line show Jay saw on 10/19/19 at the IDL Ballroom in Tulsa, OK. After going through their backgrounds with the band members, they review the two Last in Line studio albums - Heavy Crown from 2016 and II from 2019 and choose their favorite during the Band on the Bill Spotlight. After a Slamfest Tip of the Week, they are faced with a "Which Side are you On?" - Side 1 or Side 2 off of Dio's third studio album, Sacred Heart, from 1985.Music in this episode by:Netherlands Symphony OrchestraLast in LineDioKissBlack SabbathOzzy OsbourneVisit the Slamfest Podcast online at: https://slamfest-podcast.simplecast.comRequest to join the Slamfest Podcast private Facebook page here:https://www.facebook.com/groups/slamfestpodcastE-mail us at : email@example.com
Our Connecticut college football preview continues! Joining us on this episode is Sacred Heart University Football Coach Mark Nofri. We talk about what 2020 and the shortened spring season was like, discuss players to look for on his team this season, and more.
Full Text of ReadingsThursday of the Twentieth Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 422All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Saint John EudesHow little we know where God's grace will lead. Born on a farm in northern France, John died at 79 in the next “county” or department. In that time, he was a religious, a parish missionary, founder of two religious communities, and a great promoter of the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary. John joined the religious community of the Oratorians and was ordained a priest at 24. During severe plagues in 1627 and 1631, he volunteered to care for the stricken in his own diocese. Lest he infect his fellow religious, during the plague he lived in a huge cask in the middle of a field. At age 32, John became a parish missionary. His gifts as a preacher and confessor won him great popularity. He preached over 100 parish missions, some lasting from several weeks to several months. In his concern with the spiritual improvement of the clergy, John realized that the greatest need was for seminaries. He had permission from his general superior, the bishop, and even Cardinal Richelieu to begin this work, but the succeeding general superior disapproved. After prayer and counsel, John decided it was best to leave the religious community. That same year John founded a new community, ultimately called the Eudists—the Congregation of Jesus and Mary--devoted to the formation of the clergy by conducting diocesan seminaries. The new venture, while approved by individual bishops, met with immediate opposition, especially from Jansenists and some of his former associates. John founded several seminaries in Normandy, but was unable to get approval from Rome—partly, it was said, because he did not use the most tactful approach. In his parish mission work, John was disturbed by the sad condition of prostitutes who sought to escape their miserable life. Temporary shelters were found, but arrangements were not satisfactory. A certain Madeleine Lamy, who had cared for several of the women, one day said to him, “Where are you off to now? To some church, I suppose, where you'll gaze at the images and think yourself pious. And all the time what is really wanted of you is a decent house for these poor creatures.” The words, and the laughter of those present, struck deeply within him. The result was another new religious community, called the Sisters of Charity of the Refuge. John Eudes is probably best known for the central theme of his writings: Jesus as the source of holiness; Mary as the model of the Christian life. His devotion to the Sacred Heart and to the Immaculate Heart led Pope Pius XI to declare him the father of the liturgical cult of the Hearts of Jesus and Mary. Reflection Holiness is the wholehearted openness to the love of God. It is visibly expressed in many ways, but the variety of expression has one common quality: concern for the needs of others. In John's case, those who were in need were plague-stricken people, ordinary parishioners, those preparing for the priesthood, prostitutes, and all Christians called to imitate the love of Jesus and his mother. Enjoy this list of popular patron saints! Saint of the Day Copyright Franciscan Media
Episode 137If you've listened to this show for any length of time, then you know that I love to rant on subjects I'm very passionate about. Raymond de Souza is the only guest I've ever had on this show who rants more than I do, and I'm loving it. We'll hear the rest of Raymond's rant about sacrilegious Communions this week. ResourcesIn an effort to provide you with the best, most helpful experience we can, any resource mentioned in The Cantankerous Catholic podcast will always be listed in this section. https://wwb.gr8.com/ (Sixpack System Bulletin Inserts) Raymond de Souza's Links http://www.ProLifeKnights.com (Knights of the Sacred Heart Legion) Raymond's book https://www.raymonddesouza.com/store (HENRY VIII: DEFENCE OF THE SEVEN SACRAMENTS, his apologetics series and a series of books on the 12 promises of the Sacred Heart). The Wanderer Catholic Newspaper. Get one month for one dollar by texting the word “news” to 830-331-5729. https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=85YEDSUJHVN42&source=url (Help Keep the Joe Sixpack—The Every Catholic Guy Apostolate Alive) FOR CHECKS: make checks payable to Cassock Media, P.O. Box 41, Villa Ridge, Missouri 63089 https://app.getresponse.com/site2/joe_sixpack_answers/?u=BhGUM&webforms_id=YZQe (I Want To Learn More About The Catholic Church!) https://mariancatechist.com/product/basic-catholic-catechism-course/ (Marian Catechist Apostolate Basic Course) https://www.avoicelikebutter.com/ (Rick Stender)—Official Voice of The Cantankerous Catholic SubscribeMake sure you never miss an episode of The Cantankerous Catholic by subscribing through one of these links, or wherever else you get your podcasts. https://thecantankerouscatholic.captivate.fm/listen (Subscribe to The Cantankerous Catholic here) Catholic News Notes#5 https://www.ncregister.com/cna/cardinal-burke-suffering-with-covid-19-placed-on-ventilator (Cardinal Burke, Suffering with COVID-19, Placed on Ventilator) #4 https://www.theblaze.com/news/us-embassy-kabul-comparison-fall-of-saigon (Helicopters rescue Americans from US Embassy in Kabul despite Biden promising it would not happen: 'This is Joe Biden's Saigon') #3 https://catholicvote.org/bishops-divided-on-religious-exemption-for-vaccines/ (Bishops Divided On Religious Exemption for Vaccines) #2 https://www.dailywire.com/news/dhs-suggests-opposition-to-covid-19-restrictions-could-make-someone-a-domestic-terrorism-threat (DHS Suggests Opposition To COVID-19 Restrictions Could Make Someone A Domestic Terrorism Threat) #1 https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/08/13/handouts-over-hard-work-majority-of-democrats-prefer-socialism-to-capitalism/ (Handouts over Hard Work: Majority of Democrats Prefer Socialism to Capitalism) Catholic BootcampThis week Joe Sixpack—The Every Catholic Guy's Catholic Bootcamp is titled Baron Stewart. Catholic QuotesThis week's quote is from St. John Paul II. Catholic StoriesThis episode features a story about the late popular comedian Joe E. Brown. Joe Sixpack's Stuffhttps://www.joesixpackanswers.com/ (JoeSixpackAnswers.com) https://cantankerouscatholic.com/product/secrets-of-the-catholic-faith/ (Secrets of the Catholic Faith) by Joe Sixpack—The Every Catholic Guy https://cantankerouscatholic.com/product/the-lay-evangelists-handbook-how-any-catholic-can-evangelize-anyone/ (The Lay Evangelist's Handbook) by Joe Sixpack—The Every Catholic Guy https://cantankerouscatholic.com/product/the-best-of-what-we-believe-why-we-believe-it-volume-one/ (The Best of What We Believe... Why We Believe It—Volume One) by Joe Sixpack—The Every Catholic Guy https://cantankerouscatholic.com/product/the-best-of-what-we-believe-why-we-believe-it-volume-two/ (The Best of What We Believe... Why We Believe It—Volume Two) by Joe Sixpack—The Every Catholic Guy https://cantankerouscatholic.com/product/the-best-of-what-we-believe-why-we-believe-it-volume-three/ (The Best of What We Believe... Why We... Support this podcast
It's the 100th episode of Scrubs! On this week's episode, the Sacred Heart crew live a real-life journey down the yellow brick road. In the real world, Donald spends his last day in the closet and Zach's in New York City. Will the show ever be the same? Live Show Link: https://dev-1.onlocationdev.com/product/fake-doctors-real-friends-1 Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
What is a martyr?, When does a priest designate what type of priest that they will be (e.g., Jesuit, Sacred Heart community, diocesan, Franciscan, etc.)?, What is the proper way to attend Adoration?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mitch Pacwa.
What is a martyr?, When does a priest designate what type of priest that they will be (e.g., Jesuit, Sacred Heart community, diocesan, Franciscan, etc.)?, What is the proper way to attend Adoration?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mitch Pacwa.
Support our work with a one-time donation here: www.patrickcoffin.media/donate Became a member of our community: www.coffinnation.com ---------------------------------------------------------------- Professor Janet Smith is the leading English language expert on Humanae Vitae and a renowned writer and speaker. She has never considered herself a “Traditionalist” but has come to love the Extraordinary Form Traditional Latin Mass. Recently retired as a professor from the Sacred Heart major seminary in Detroit she has some vital insights into the July 16, 2021 motu proprio Traditionis Custodes. You're not going to hear this line of thinking anywhere else. In this Interview You Will Learn The odd timing of the motu proprio Some reasons why the Traditional Latin Mass is the antithesis of the goals of this papacy The red pilling process that takes place when you begin to attend the Latin Mass Beginner's suggestions for the Latin Mass Why the motu proprio represents the attempt at a full break from sacred Tradition The hard position into which lay people are put and how to move forward Proof that the attack on Tradition began under Paul VI Resources Mentioned Apostolic Letter Traditiones Custodes by Francis The Latin Mass Explained by Msgr. George Moorman Beginners' Guide to the Traditional Latin Mass by Derya Little The Contraception Deception: Catholic Teaching On Birth Control by Patrick Coffin Connect with Dr. Janet Smith's on her website Watch this episode on our website here: https://www.patrickcoffin.media/why-was-the-latin-mass-really-attacked/
Full video episode on Spirit Juice's YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/IrBkvpCn_MI. This episode starts a new series: The Heart of God. The Sacred Heart. This is a series about the goodness of God—not only the reality that he is, but that he is good, with a human face and a human heart that rejoices. A deeper encounter with his heart; that it may be the remedy that heals the wounds of our hearts. The Poco a Poco podcast happens because of generous donors like you. You can give at https://spiritjuice.org/supportpoco. Thank you!
Photo: Procession of the Sacred Heart. Processione del Sacro Cuore, foto del 1958, Nizza di Sicilia . CBS Eyes on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow Russell Shorto #Unbound: the complete, forty-minute interview, April 22, 2021. Smalltime: A Story of My Family and the Mob. Hardcover – February 2, 2021, by Russell Shorto (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Smalltime-Story-My-Family-Mob/dp/0393245586/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= Family secrets emerge as a best-selling author dives into the history of the mob in small-town America. The best-selling author Russell Shorto, praised for his incisive works of narrative history, never thought to write about his own past. He grew up knowing his grandfather and namesake was a small-town mob boss but maintained an unspoken family vow of silence. Then an elderly relative prodded: You're a writer―what are you gonna do about the story? Smalltime is a mob story straight out of central casting―but with a difference, for the small-town mob, which stretched from Schenectady to Fresno, is a mostly unknown world. The location is the brawny postwar factory town of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The setting is City Cigar, a storefront next to City Hall, behind which Russ and his brother-in-law, “Little Joe,” operate a gambling empire and effectively run the town. Smalltime is a riveting American immigrant story that travels back to Risorgimento Sicily, to the ancient, dusty, hill-town home of Antonino Sciotto, the author's great-grandfather, who leaves his wife and children in grinding poverty for a new life―and wife―in a Pennsylvania mining town. It's a tale of Italian Americans living in squalor and prejudice, and of the rise of Russ, who, like thousands of other young men, created a copy of the American establishment that excluded him. Smalltimedraws an intimate portrait of a mobster and his wife, sudden riches, and the toll a lawless life takes on one family. But Smalltime is something more. The author enlists his ailing father―Tony, the mobster's son―as his partner in the search for their troubled patriarch. As secrets are revealed and Tony's health deteriorates, the book becomes an urgent and intimate exploration of three generations of the American immigrant experience. Moving, wryly funny, and richly detailed, Smalltime is an irresistible memoir by a masterful writer of historical narrative. 8 black-and-white illustrations Update Description