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La Vie Creative
EP 285: Paris History Avec a Hemingway (Canal Saint Martin)

La Vie Creative

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 25:08


Saint of the Day
Our Holy Father Hilary, Bishop of Poitiers (369)

Saint of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 2:13


"The holy Hierarch Hilary was born of pagan parents in Gaul, and was trained in philosophy and rhetoric. At a time when paganism was still strong in Gaul, Saint Hilary understood the falsehood of polytheism, and became a Christian, and a great defender of his new Faith. About the year 350 he was ordained Bishop of Poitiers, when Arles and Milan were in the hands of the Arians and the Arian Constantius was sole Emperor. Like his contemporary Saint Athanasius, Saint Hilary's episcopate was one long struggle against the Arians. As Bishop of Poitiers, Saint Hilary foresaw the future greatness of Martin (see Nov. 12), and attached him to himself. In 355, when required to agree to the condemnation of Saint Athanasius by the Council of Milan, Hilary wrote an epistle to Constantius condemning the wrongs done by the Arians and requesting, among other things, the restoration of the Orthodox bishops, including Athanasius. For this, Hilary was banished to Asia Minor, where he wrote his greatest work, On the Trinity. Saint Hilary returned to his see in 360, where Saint Martin sought him out again. It was at this time that Saint Hilary blessed Martin to found a monastery near Poitiers, where Martin remained until being consecrated Bishop of Tours in 371. In his last years, Saint Hilary strove for the deposition of Auxentius, the Arian Bishop of Milan, but by affecting an Orthodox confession Auxentius retained his see. Saint Hilary reposed in peace about the year 368. Auxentius died in 374 and was succeeded by Saint Ambrose, who continued Saint Hilary's battle against Arianism." (Great Horologion, adapted)

InVinoRadio.TV
1166e émission - Hervé Schwendenmann, Wendy Wilson et Esmeralda Jail

InVinoRadio.TV

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 20:45


DIMANCHE 08 JANVIER 2023 Hervé Schwendenmann - Wolfberger Wolfberger a fêté ses 120 ans ! L'histoire débute en 1902 avec la réunion d'une dizaine de vignerons pionniers et engagés, qui ont fait naître la célèbre cave coopérative alsacienne. Au fil du temps, Wolfberger a su se réinventer sans cesse avec audace. Aujourd'hui, la maison innove encore et toujours, fière de son héritage et mobilisée pour l'avenir. Acteur phare de la sphère viticole française, Wolfberger est une maison réputée pour la qualité et la variété de ses vins tranquilles comme effervescents.      Wendy Wilson et Esmeralda Jail - Domaine Le Soula  Forte de sa grande expérience du management de la vigne dans la Loire et aux Etats Unis, Wendy a repris les rênes du domaine Le Soula en 2016. Situé sur les communes de Saint Martin de Fenouillet, Felluns, Saint Arnac et Le Vivier, les vignes du domaine sont plantées à plus de 600m d'altitude. Wendy et Esmeralda, exploitent aujourd'hui 22 ha de vignes conduites en Agriculture Biologique depuis l'origine et depuis 2008 en biodynamie.  

Culte - RTS
Culte en direct du Temple Saint-Martin de Vevey (3/3)

Culte - RTS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 58:30


Culte en direct du Temple Saint-Martin de Vevey, avec Virgile Rochat pour la prédication. Colette Swoboda pour les lectures et Elisabeth Vetsch pour la prière d'intercession. Avec la participation musicale de Daniel Chappuis à l'orgue et du Choeur de la Cathédrale de Lausanne, sous la direction de Céline Grandjean. Présentation : Matthias Wirz Lectures bibliques : Esaïe, chapitre 60, versets 1 à 6 Ephésiens, chapitre 3, versets 5 à 6 Matthieu, chapitre 2, versets 1 à 12 Epiphanie, un chemin de nouveauté A la suite des mages retournant chez eux par un autre chemin, l'année commençante pourra devenir l'occasion de sortir de l'immobilisme, du répétitif et de tout ce qui nous enferme, pour créer du neuf, du beau, du souhaitable… Pour le bien de chacun.e, des peuples et de la Création! Un autre chemin pour 2023, de la nouveauté dans nos vies! Voilà le souhait à tou.te.s pour l'an neuf.

Lacey Comprehensive
Latest In Lacey - January 6, 2023

Lacey Comprehensive

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 1:55


Latest In Lacey - January 6, 2023 Watch on Youtube Lacey Cultural Celebration March 4, 2023 - Saint Martin's University MLK Day of Service January 16, 2022 - Woodland Creek Community Park 10am - Noon Lacey Utility Billing Automatic payments and/or payments scheduled after 12/26/2022 will no longer function on the old payment system. You will need to set up a new account and a new auto payment schedule in the new Online Utility Bill Payment System before January 18th for the auto payment to function correctly on your January 20th due date.

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros
04.10.47 Los Miserables de Victor Hugo (4ra Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis - Libro décimo: El 5 de junio de 1832 - Cap 04 Las efervescencias de antaño)

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 14:42


Los Miserables Autor: Víctor Hugo Cuarta Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis Libro décimo El 5 de junio de 1832 Cap IV : Las efervescencias de antaño. Nada hay más extraordinario que el primer rebullir de unos disturbios. Todo estalla a un tiempo por doquier. ¿Estaba previsto? Sí. ¿Estaba preparado? No. ¿De dónde sale? Del empedrado de las calles. ¿De dónde baja? De las nubes. Aquí, la insurrección tiene trazas de conspiración; allá, de improvisación. El primero que pasa se adueña de una de las corrientes del gentío y la lleva donde quiera. Comienzo colmado de espanto con el que se mezcla algo parecido a un júbilo formidable. Primero, suenan clamores; los puestos que hay delante de los comercios desaparecen; luego, tiros aislados; la gente huye; pegan culatazos en las puertas cocheras; se oye a las criadas reír en los patios de las casas y decir: ¡Se va a liar una buena! No había transcurrido ni un cuarto de hora y esto es lo que estaba pasando casi al mismo tiempo en veinte puntos diferentes de París. En la calle de Sainte-Croix-de-la-Bretonnerie alrededor de veinte jóvenes con barba y melena entraban en una taberna y salían poco después llevando una bandera tricolor horizontal cubierta con un crespón; en cabeza iban tres hombres armados, uno con un sable, otro con un fusil y el tercero con una pica. En la calle de Les Nonaindières, un burgués bien vestido, tripón y con voz sonora, calvo, de frente despejada, barba negra y uno de esos bigotes recios que no se pueden domar ofrecía sin disimulos cartuchos a los transeúntes. En la calle de Saint-Pierre-Montmartre, unos hombres remangados paseaban una bandera negra donde se leían, en letras blancas, las siguientes palabras: República o muerte. En la calle de Les Jeûneurs, en la calle de Le Cadran, en la calle de Montorgueil, en la calle de Mandar, aparecían grupos que tremolaban banderas en las que podía leerse, en letras doradas, la palabra sección y un número. Una de esas banderas era roja y azul, con una raya blanca imperceptible entre ambas franjas. Saquearon una fábrica de armas en el bulevar de Saint-Martin; y tres tiendas de armeros, la primera en la calle de Beaubourg, la segunda en la calle de Michel-le-Comte y la tercera en la calle de Le Temple. En pocos minutos las mil manos del gentío se apoderaron de doscientos treinta fusiles, casi todos de dos tiros, de sesenta y cuatro sables y de ochenta y tres pistolas, y se los llevaron. Para poder armar a más gente, unos se quedaban con el fusil y otros con la bayoneta. Enfrente del muelle de La Grève, unos jóvenes armados con mosquetes se instalaban para disparar en casas donde había mujeres. Uno de ellos llevaba un mosquete con llave de rueda. Llamaban, entraban y se ponían a hacer cartuchos. Una de esas mujeres contó: Yo no sabía qué era un cartucho; me lo ha explicado mi marido. Una aglomeración echó abajo la puerta de un comercio de curiosidades en la calle de Les Vieilles-Haudriettes para llevarse yataganes y armas turcas. El cadáver de un albañil, muerto de un disparo de fusil, yacía en la calle de La Perle. Y, además, en la orilla derecha, en la orilla izquierda, en los muelles, en los bulevares, en el Barrio Latino, en el barrio del mercado, hombres jadeantes, obreros, estudiantes y miembros de las secciones leían proclamas, gritaban: ¡A las armas!, rompían los faroles, desenganchaban los tiros de los coches, levantaban los adoquines de las calles, echaban abajo las puertas de las casas, arrancaban de raíz los árboles, registraban los sótanos, sacaban rodando los barriles, amontonaban adoquines, mampuestos, muebles y tablones, hacían barricadas.

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros
04.10.48 Los Miserables de Victor Hugo (4ra Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis - Libro décimo: El 5 de junio de 1832 - Cap 05 Originalidad de París)

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 7:48


Los Miserables Autor: Víctor Hugo Cuarta Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis Libro décimo El 5 de junio de 1832 Cap V : Originalidad de París. En los dos últimos años, ya lo hemos dicho, París había visto más de una insurrección. Fuera de los barrios insurrectos, no suele darse nada más curiosamente apacible que la fisonomía de París durante unos disturbios. París se acostumbra enseguida a todo —son sólo unos disturbios— y París tiene tanto que hacer que no se inmuta por tan poco. Sólo en estas ciudades colosales pueden darse espectáculos así. Sólo en esos recintos inmensos pueden caber a un tiempo una guerra civil y a saber qué extraña tranquilidad. Habitualmente, cuando empieza la insurrección, cuando se oye el tambor, el toque de llamada, la generala, el tendero se limita a decir: —Parece que hay lío por la calle de Saint-Martin. O: —En el barrio de Saint-Antoine. Y, con frecuencia, añade, despreocupado: —Por un sitio de ésos. Luego, cuando se oye mejor el estruendo desgarrador y lúgubre de las descargas de mosquetes y del fuego de pelotón, el tendero dice: —¿Así que se está poniendo la cosa al rojo? ¡Ya lo creo que se está poniendo al rojo! Poco después, si los disturbios se acercan y van a más, cierra a toda prisa la tienda y se pone corriendo el uniforme, es decir, pone la mercancía a salvo y arriesga su persona. Hay tiroteos en un cruce, en un pasadizo, en una calle sin salida; toman, pierden y vuelven a tomar las barricadas; corre la sangre, la metralla acribilla las fachadas de las casas, las balas matan a la gente en su propia alcoba, los cadáveres cubren los adoquines. A pocas calles de allí, se oyen chocar las bolas de billar en los cafés. Los teatros abren las puertas y se representan vodeviles; los curiosos charlan y ríen a dos pasos de esas calles repletas de guerra. Los coches de punto avanzan; los viandantes salen a cenar fuera de casa. A veces, en ese mismo barrio en que otros están luchando. En 1831 se interrumpió un tiroteo para dejar pasar una boda. Durante la insurrección del 12 de mayo de 1839, en la calle de Saint-Martin, un inválido enclenque y viejo, que iba tirando de un carretón rematado con un trapo tricolor en el que llevaba garrafas llenas de a saber qué bebida, iba de la barricada a la tropa y de la tropa a la barricada, ofreciendo imparcialmente vasos de agua de regaliz tanto al gobierno cuanto a la anarquía. Nada puede haber más peculiar; y tales son las características propias de los disturbios de París y que no se dan en ninguna otra capital. Se precisan para ello dos cosas: la grandeza de París y su buen humor. Se precisa la ciudad de Voltaire y de Napoleón. En esta ocasión, sin embargo, en los enfrentamientos armados del 5 de junio de 1832, la gran ciudad notó algo que a lo mejor iba a sobrepujar su fuerza. Tuvo miedo. Pudo verse por todos lados, en los barrios más lejanos y mas «desinteresados», cómo se cerraban en pleno día las puertas, las ventanas y los postigos.

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros
04.13.64 Los Miserables de Victor Hugo (4ra Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis - Libro decimotercero: Marius se interna en las tinieblas - Cap 02 París a vi

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 7:19


Los Miserables Autor: Víctor Hugo Cuarta Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis Libro decimotercero Marius se interna en las tinieblas Cap II : París a vista de búho. Cualquier ser vivo que hubiese planeado en aquellos momentos con alas de murciélago o de lechuza habría visto un espectáculo hosco. Todo ese barrio viejo del Mercado Central, que es como una ciudad dentro de la ciudad, por el que pasan las calles de Saint-Denis y de Saint-Martin, en que se cruzan mil callejuelas y donde se habían hecho fuertes los insurrectos convirtiéndolo en su plaza de armas, se le habría aparecido como un agujero enorme y oscuro excavado en el centro de París. Era como si la mirada cayese en un barranco. Como los faroles estaban rotos y las ventanas cerradas, allí acababa cualquier fulgor de vida, cualquier rumor, cualquier movimiento. La invisible policía del levantamiento velaba por doquier y mantenía el orden, es decir, la oscuridad. Disimular los efectivos escasos con una gran oscuridad, multiplicar a todos y cada uno de los combatientes por las posibilidades que brinda esa oscuridad, tal es la táctica que precisa la insurrección. Al caer la tarde, a toda ventana o a toda vela que se hubiesen encendido les habían disparado una bala. La luz se había apagado y, a veces, el vecino había muerto. Nada se movía, en consecuencia. Sólo quedaba allí, en aquellas casas, temor, duelo y estupor; y, en las calles, algo semejante a un espanto sacro. Ni siquiera se divisaban las largas filas de ventanas y pisos, los festones de las chimeneas y de los tejados, los reflejos inconcretos que destellan en el pavimento embarrado y húmedo. Los ojos que hubieran mirado desde las alturas aquella acumulación de sombra quizá podrían haber visto a medias, de trecho en trecho, resplandores inconcretos que resaltaban líneas quebradas y extrañas, perfiles de edificaciones singulares, algo así como unas luces que fueran y vinieran entre unas ruinas; allí estaban las barricadas. Lo demás era un lago de oscuridad, brumoso, agobiante, fúnebre, por encima del que se alzaban como siluetas inmóviles y lúgubres la torre de Saint-Jacques, la iglesia de Saint-Merry y otros dos o tres edificios de gran tamaño que el hombre convierte en gigantes, y la noche, en fantasmas. Rodeando ese laberinto desierto e intranquilizador, en los barrios en que no había desaparecido la circulación parisina y donde lucían unos cuantos faroles, el observador aéreo podría haber divisado el centelleo metálico de los sables y de las bayonetas, el rodar sordo de la artillería y el pulular de los batallones silenciosos que iban creciendo por minutos; cinturón formidable que se iba apretando y cerrando despacio en torno a la sublevación. El barrio tomado no era ya sino una monstruosa caverna; todo parecía dormido o quieto y, como acabamos de ver, ninguna de las calles por las que era posible pasar brindaba nada que no fueran tinieblas. Tinieblas hoscas, repletas de trampas, repletas de encuentros desconocidos y temibles, donde daba miedo penetrar y era espantoso quedarse, donde quienes entraban se estremecían ante quienes los estaban esperando, donde quienes esperaban se sobresaltaban ante los que iban a llegar. Combatientes invisibles emboscados tras las esquinas; las asechanzas del sepulcro ocultas en la densa oscuridad de la noche.

Culte - RTS
Culte du Nouvel An en direct du Temple Saint-Martin de Vevey (2/3)

Culte - RTS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 58:30


Culte du Nouvel An en direct du Temple Saint-Martin de Vevey, avec Christian Pittet pour la prédication et Suzanne Michaud pour les lectures. Avec la participation musicale de Daniel Chappuis à l'orgue et Marie-Claire Bettens à la flûte à bec. Présentation : Laurence Villoz Lectures bibliques : Nombres, chapitre 6, versets 22 à 27 Galates, chapitre 4, versets 4 à 7 Luc, chapitre 2, versets 15 à 21 Et après? Comme un feu d'artifice, les fêtes de fin d'année ont explosé avec leurs couleurs, leurs émotions, leur stress aussi. Les estomacs et les foies aussi ont explosé! Enfin la paix, enfin le Dry January! Que reste-t-il de la joie de Noël: un sauveur nous est né? Jésus: Dieu sauve! Comment placer cette nouvelle année sous le signe de la bénédiction de Dieu alors que chaque année semble pire que la précédente? Et après? Marie méditait dans son coeur et les bergers glorifiaient Dieu pour tout ce qu'ils avaient vu et entendu...

The CharacterStrong Podcast
Top 6 Episodes of 2022 - #3: Building Trust As Leaders - Melvin J. Fields Jr

The CharacterStrong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 17:02


On today's episode, Melvin Fields Jr. shares the importance of building trust and relationships with our students and colleagues. He also talks about how he got started with the WA state counselors association and highlights the importance of showing up and providing opportunities for others. Melvin J. Fields Jr., certified School Counselor at Yelm Middle School in Yelm, Washington is current President of the Washington School Counselor Association (WSCA) for 2021 – 2022. He is the Washington School Counselor Association's 55th president and the first African American to serve in that position. The organizational mission of WSCA is promoting best practices in, and advocates for, Professional School counseling.Their vision is to further develop Professional School Counselors expertise by providing leadership and professional development that promotes positive student outcomes in the areas of Academic Support, Career Planning, and Personal/Social Development, thereby enhancing achievement for every student. Melvin is also an Adjunct Professor and teaches Diversity in Education at Saint Martin's University in Lacey, WA. He is a second year Leadership Studies doctoral student and also pursuing a certificate in Higher Education and Student Affairs from Saint Martin's University, where he also earned his School Counselor certification. He previously earned a Master's Degree in Organization Management from Webster University and Bachelor's of Arts Degree from Troy University. Melvin retired as a Command Sergeant Major in 2015, serving 27 years and three combat tours in the U.S. Army, where he earned the Bronze Star and Legion of Merit. Melvin has been married for the past 33 years to the former Tamela Marie Clemons, they have two children, Alanté and Camerin. Melvin is the son of Denyvetta Davis and Melvin J. Fields Sr. The theme for this year's presidential team is, COURAGE-COMMITMENT-COMMUNITY and he is humbled by this awesome opportunity to positively impact students and serve others.

Hoodoo & Chill
"The Glory of Black" -Working With Hoodoo Saint Martin De Porres (The First African-American Saint)

Hoodoo & Chill

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 43:22


Papa Seer breaks down the life and experiences of St. Martin De Porres the first African-American saint from Peru. Papa Seer also sheds light on how to venerate and work with Saint Martin in a ritual setting. “The Glory of Black” is a four part podcast series dedicated to the lives of African & African-American Saints. The saints are considered heroes of the Catholic faith, lives deified with holiness due to their wondrous acts of love and charity on Earth. In most ATR's and African- American practice's the saints have been synchronized with spirits, deities and the voodoo lwa pantheon, an esoteric practice used to disguise our once outlawed religions to preserve them. Although these images of Catholicism were not originally correlated with any of our beliefs, the ancestors grew to love and appreciate the power of working with the saints. Because of this, there are many traditionalists to this day who disregard saint veneration as solely a Eurocentric tradition. Hoodoo Conjure Rootwork LLC presents this four part series in hopes to enlighten the world on the “Black” influence that has transformed the catholic faith and to give voices to these often forgotten and unknown figures that represent the “Glory of Black.” Support the show Follow @PapaSeer On IG Book A Reading With Papa Seer Join The Discord Server (Conjure Square Group Chat ) Classes Shop Follow Us On Clubhouse Donate To Our Podcast Show Credits Producer - @PapaSeer Writer - @PapaSeer Editor- @Papa Seer

Radio Maria France
Histoire de la Papauté 2022-12-22 De Saint Martin Ier à Saint Nicolas Ier le Grand

Radio Maria France

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 48:19


Waldorf Essentials
87. Candlemas Waldorf Festival, How to Make Candles with Melisa Nielsen

Waldorf Essentials

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 22:39


We traditionally make candles to celebrate Candlemas. Candlemas marks the end of Christmastide. It is known by some as the day Jesus was presented at the Temple. It is also a festival celebrating St. Brigid. She was a girl with divine wisdom to some and a goddess to others. It is called Imbolc for Pagan faiths. Traditionally Brigid is the goddess of the well and the flame. She marks the beginning of spring and brings us out of the darkness of winter. I like to think of Brigid as taking the flame from Saint Martin who carried it into the winter. It was then strengthened by the Light born in the middle with the Solstice and the birth of the Sun/Son. Now Brigid carries it into the world, whispering to all the plants that spring is on her way. From Martin's lantern to the Light at the center of our Solstice spiral and now to Brigid. The flame is tended and the renewal has begun. -How to make rolled candles You will need: cotton wicks (without clips)honeycomb wax sheets -How to make poured candles You will need: cotton wicks (with clips), beeswax pellets or a block of wax, wax melter, or double boiler. -How to make dipped candles You will need: cotton wicks (without clips), beeswax pellets or block of wax, wax melter, or double boiler. *You can find nearly all the materials we use in this video on our Amazon storefront: https://www.amazon.com/shop/waldorfes... Ask questions here or connect on social media. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/waldorf_ess... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WaldorfEssen... Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/waldorfesse...

Les interviews d'Inter
Myriam Mahjoubi Akrich pâtissière chez les Compagnons du devoir à Saint-Martin

Les interviews d'Inter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 5:04


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Le 5/7
Myriam Mahjoubi Akrich pâtissière chez les Compagnons du devoir à Saint-Martin

Le 5/7

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 5:04


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Weber State Weekly
MEN'S HOOPS: Do It Again DJ: Sophomore F Dillon Jones

Weber State Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 54:12


Back again for a third appearance, our guy, Sophomore F Dillon Jones to chat with us about this season and some of his leadership on and off the court.Then, we'll break down last week's games against Cal Baptist and Saint Martin's. And, we'll take a look at the upcoming week against Cal Poly and Utah State.Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube or join the Wildcat Fans FB group.

True Crimes and Weird Times
Episode 62 - Amy Lynn Bradley

True Crimes and Weird Times

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 23:05


In this week's episode, Ashley goes solo and tells the story of Amy Lynn Bradley, a 23 year old woman who went missing on a cruise ship in 1998. As always, we love discussing episodes with our listeners! Find us on Facebook, Instagram, or our listener chat room to talk about current or past episodes, discuss true crime news, share creepy stories, or just share the occasional meme! If you love the show, be sure to leave a review on Apple or Spotify!Music by Joseph Gregory  Support the show

Carter's Condensed History the Podcast
Sunday Scaries Christmas! Krampus and Chimney Visitors

Carter's Condensed History the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 41:13


A Christmas episode about Santa's less-friendly friends! First, Marissa takes us on an Alpine adventure with Saint Martin who performs some mediocre miracles and gets mixed up with some devilish horned creatures. The Krampus gets an invitation to the holiday party and eventually teams up with St. Nicholas for some festive whipping. Next, Carter takes us down the chimney for a tour of the history and folklore of unexpected and unwelcome magical visitors who like to crawl down your fireplace. Demon birds, ghostly cannibals, and a kindly old Italian woman might fly down your flue this holiday.

Weber State Weekly
MEN'S HOOPS: Back in the Saddle w/ Kham Davis

Weber State Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 48:34


We're back talking men's hoops with former Weber State Forward Kham Davis. We'll talk about last week's game against Utah Tech. Then, we'll preview this week's matchups against Cal Baptist and Saint Martin's.And, we're bringing back Waldo's Magic Eight Ball to see what the future might hold.Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube or join the Wildcat Fans FB group.

Journal d'Haïti et des Amériques
La Bolivie face à la sécheresse

Journal d'Haïti et des Amériques

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 19:30


Cela fait déjà plusieurs semaines que la saison des pluies aurait dû démarrer en Bolivie. Mais pour le moment pas une goutte dans plusieurs régions du pays, notamment sur les hauts plateaux. En cause ? Le phénomène climatique La Niña notamment. La pluie a du retard cette année en Bolivie, particulièrement dans les Andes. Les premières précipitations auraient dû démarrer en octobre (2022), mais rien pour le moment, alors les cultures des zones rurales en ont pris un coup. Pour les agriculteurs, difficile de faire pousser les fruits et les légumes. « À cause du manque d'eau, les sols sont très durs alors nous n'avons rien planté pour le moment. Et si l'on ne cultive rien, c'est simple, il y aura des pénuries l'an prochain », explique Don Franklin, dirigeant de la communauté Chuquipata, au bord du lac Titicaca. Cette absence de pluie a un air de déjà-vu. En 2016, les réserves d'eau de La Paz étaient à sec. Mais à l'époque, le nombre d'habitants n'était pas le même. En ville, on craint ainsi de devoir en arriver à des restrictions. Les réserves actuelles permettraient une alimentation en eau de la capitale administrative jusqu'en mai 2023, et ceci sans prendre en compte le fait qu'il devrait commencer à pleuvoir d'ici quelques semaines. Pas de scénario catastrophe quant à l'eau potable en ville donc, mais une nouvelle réalité certainement, celle de saisons moins prévisibles qu'auparavant. C'est un dossier d'Alice Campaignolle.   Haïti : manifestation aujourd'hui à Port-au-Prince Plusieurs organisations haïtiennes de droits humains annoncent une marche de protestation, dans les rues de Port-au-Prince, ce mardi 29 novembre 2022, pour dénoncer les abus et les mauvais traitements infligés aux migrants haïtiens expulsés par les autorités dominicaines, nous explique notre confrère Gotson Pierre, rédacteur en chef du site AlterPresse. La semaine dernière, à hauteur de la frontière Ouanaminthe / Dajabón, dans le nord-est, des manifestants ont cadenassé la barrière d'accès, plusieurs manifestants haïtiens ont bloqué hier (28 novembre 2022) du côté du territoire haïtien, le point frontalier Belladère en signe de protestation contre les expulsions massives qui continuent d'avoir lieu. Des coups de feu ont été tirés. Les manifestants ont jeté des pierres et des bouteilles vers le territoire dominicain, rapporte la presse dominicaine.   L'industrie du lithium réunie en Argentine Ces 28 et 29 novembre 2022, l'Argentine réunit les acteurs de la filière lithium. Le pays fait partie du «triangle du lithium» avec la Bolivie et le Chili, trois pays qui concentrent près de 60% des ressources mondiales de ce précieux minerai indispensable pour les batteries des voitures électriques. La demande de lithium explose, ces dernières années, partout dans le monde, mais l'extraction du minerai pose un défi environnemental : elle est très gourmande en eau.   À la Une du Journal de la 1ère : Une antenne du «Pôle Guadeloupe» de l'Université des Antilles devrait bientôt ouvrir ses portes sur l'île de Saint-Martin.

DJ Ambition
Sunset Sessions Vol.2

DJ Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 50:10


Back again with the Sunset vibes! Sunset Sessions vol. 2 recorded on the beaches of Saint Martin! This one gets a little deeper at the end! Enjoy!

Persons Unknown
Ludovic Janvier (Missing Person)

Persons Unknown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 49:28 Transcription Available


Six year old Ludovic Janvier was abducted  in the early evening of 17 March 1983. He and his two brothers had left the apartment where they were staying in Saint-Martin-d'Hères to run an errand for their father. On their way home the boys were approached by a man wearing a motorcycle helmet who asked for help looking for his dog. The man took Ludovic by the hand and walked away behind some houses. Ludovic has not been seen since. The case is one of 12 missing or murdered children in the Isère region of Southeast France from the 1980s and 90s. Sources: For a full list of sources please see the Facebook page  https://www.arpd.fr/m/actualite-7042-ludovic-janvier-enleve-a-saint-martin-d-heres-38.htmlhttps://www.rtl.fr/actu/justice-faits-divers/affaire-ludovic-janvier-39-ans-apres-sa-disparition-qu-est-il-arrive-a-l-enfant-7900142493/amphttps://actu.fr/auvergne-rhone-alpes/grenoble_38185/disparition-de-ludovic-janvier-pres-de-grenoble-l-idee-de-le-retrouver-mort-me-terrifie_50055058.htmlhttps://amp.closermag.fr/vecu/faits-divers/affaires-oubliees.-l-affaire-ludovic-janvier-ce-petit-frere-qu-on-a-regarde-partir-1332142https://france3-regions.francetvinfo.fr/auvergne-rhone-alpes/isere/info-france-3-ludovic-janvier-nathalie-boyer-charazed-bendouiou-6-affaires-non-elucidees-de-l-isere-vont-etre-confiees-au-nouveau-pole-cold-cases-2545284.htmlhttp://archive.francesoir.fr/actualite/faits-divers/disparition-incomprehensible-ludovic-janvier-55566.htmlhttps://www.nouvelobs.com/justice/20150623.OBS1351/disparus-de-l-isere-histoire-d-un-dossier-perdu-oublie-et-enfin-rouvert.htmlhttps://www.lyonmag.com/article/7698/serial-killer-la-vraie-enquete-commencehttps://www.rtl.fr/actu/debats-societe/l-affaire-du-sadique-de-romont-7782018765Promos Follow Persons Unknown: Instagram and FacebookEmail: personsunknownpod@gmail.com

From the Friars (Catholic Christian Spirituality)

On this Veterans Day we remember the Roman soldier Saint Martin of Tours. Listen to learn how a football game taught me to love my enemies. Podcast by Fr. Luke Mary Fletcher, CFR.

La Slovaquie en direct, Magazine en francais sur la Slovaquie
Bulletin d'actualités.Une riche tradition ancienne, liée à la Journée de la Saint Martin revivra à Bratislava. Le recensement r (11.11.2022 19:00)

La Slovaquie en direct, Magazine en francais sur la Slovaquie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 25:25


Bulletin d'actualités. Le mois de novembre a Bratislava et dans d'autres localités slovaques est marqué par de nombreuses fetes célébrant le vin. La viticulture et de la vinification dans la région de Bratislava remonte a pres de 3000 ans.Le bureau de gestion du Parc national des Hautes Tatras effectue un recensement régulier des chamois présents dans le parc au printemps et en automne depuis l'année 1978. La Slovaquie est confrontée a une autre obligation a partir de la nouvelle année. Les déchets doivent etre traités et transformés avant d'etre déposés dans la décharge. Il s'agit principalement des déchets municipaux banals, collectés aupres des habitants des villes et villages. Cependant, la grande majorité de la Slovaquie n'a pas la technologie pour le faire.

Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality with Fr. Ed Broom, OMV

Father Ed Broom, OMV, serves as Associate Pastor at St. Peter Chanel Church in Hawaiian Gardens, California. He is a member of the Religious Order, Oblates of the Virgin Mary, and was ordained by Saint John Paul II in St Peter's Basilica on May 25, 1986. Fr. Ed is a Retreat Master and teaches Catholic […] The post SAINT MARTIN appeared first on Fr. Ed Broom, OMV.

Traditional Latin Mass Gospel Readings
Nov 11, 2022. Gospel Luke 11:33-36. Saint Martin of Tours.

Traditional Latin Mass Gospel Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 0:59


[33]No man lighteth a candle, and putteth it in a hidden place, nor under a bushel; but upon a candlestick, that they that come in, may see the light. Nemo lucernam accendit, et in abscondito ponit, neque sub modio : sed supra candelabrum, ut qui ingrediuntur, lumen videant. [34] The light of thy body is thy eye. If thy eye be single, thy whole body will be lightsome: but if it be evil, thy body also will be darksome. Lucerna corporis tui est oculus tuus. Si oculus tuus fuerit simplex, totum corpus tuum lucidum erit : si autem nequam fuerit, etiam corpus tuum tenebro. Esum erit. [35] Take heed therefore, that the light which is in thee, be not darkness. Vide ergo ne lumen quod in te est, tenebrae sint. [36] If then thy whole body be lightsome, having no part of darkness; the whole shall be lightsome; and as a bright lamp, shall enlighten thee. Si ergo corpus tuum totum lucidum fuerit, non habens aliquam partem tenebrarum, erit lucidum totum, et sicut lucerna fulgoris illuminabit te. Music Hymn (First tone) Exultet orbis gaudiis. (Now let the earth with joy resound).

The Terry & Jesse Show
11 Nov 22 – The World Has Gone Mad

The Terry & Jesse Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 51:12


Today's Topics: 1, 2, 3, 4) Gospel - LK 17:26-37 - Whoever seeks to preserve his life will lose it, but whoever loses it will save it. Memorial of Saint Martin of Tours, Bishop Saint Martin, pray for us! Bishop Sheen quote of the day Matthew Arnold joins Terry to discuss the current crisis of leadership in the Church

Radio Maria France
Saints du jour 2022-11-11 Saint Martin de Tours

Radio Maria France

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 3:24


Saints du jour 2022-11-11 Saint Martin de Tours by Radio Maria France

The Catholic Word Podcast
Memorial of Saint Martin of Tours, Bishop

The Catholic Word Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 22:48


SORROWFUL MYSTERIES today.  Stand erect and raise your heads because your redemption is at hand. (Lk 21:28) 

Joe In Black Ministries Podcast
399. Memorial of Saint Martin of Tours, Bishop November 11, 2022

Joe In Black Ministries Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 5:26


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Catholic News
November 11, 2022

Catholic News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 2:39


A daily news briefing from Catholic News Agency, powered by artificial intelligence. Ask your smart speaker to play “Catholic News,” or listen every morning wherever you get podcasts. www.catholicnewsagency.com - As pro-abortion measures won on state ballots and pro-life measures faced defeat, Catholic bishops responded to election results with profound disappointment. They professed resolve to continue to work to defend unborn human life and support pregnant women in need. Some called for prayer and fasting and emphasized that millions of lives are at stake. On Election Day about 56.7% of Michigan voters, more than 2.4 million, voted for Proposal 3 to add a broad right to abortion into the state constitution. It removes a longtime ban on abortion from state law that has not been enforced since 1973. In California, the strong pro-abortion-rights constitutional amendment Proposition 1 was projected to win. As of Thursday evening, it had 65% of the vote, with more than 3.5 million individual votes in favor. In Montana, voters rejected Legislative Referendum 131, which aimed to provide state protections and medical care for babies who are born alive after attempted abortions. As of Thursday, 77% of Vermont voters had backed a measure to create a constitutional right to reproductive autonomy. The Catholic bishops of Kentucky said they were “disappointed” by the rejection of Kentucky's Amendment 2, which would have declared that there is no right to abortion in the state constitution. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/252790/catholic-bishops-reaction-to-abortion-state-ballot-defeats An arrest has been made after a two-day vandalism spree in October that included an attack on Cardinal Timothy Dolan's residence at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City. Juan Velez was arrested by the New York Police Department's Warrant Squad, police said Wednesday. In that announcement, police said Velez is being charged with 15 incidents of criminal mischief that occurred in Manhattan. Three of those incidents were attacks on churches, one of which was on St. Patrick's Cathedral, police said. A video of the attack on St. Patrick's Cathedral that circulated in the media shows a man approach the historic church and throw an object at its glass doors. He then can be seen fleeing the scene. On Nov. 2, police said they identified the attacker as Velez. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/252789/arrest-made-in-vandalism-of-cardinal-dolan-s-residence-at-st-patrick-s-cathedral-in-nyc Today, the Church celebrates Saint Martin of Tours, who left his post in the Roman army to become a “soldier of Christ” as a monk and later bishop. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-martin-of-tours-50

Daily Reflections with Fr. John
MEMORIAL OF SAINT MARTIN OF TOURS, BISHOP

Daily Reflections with Fr. John

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 10:00


We must all be prepared! Grow in Faith and be there for one another! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/john6345/message

Father Daniel's Homilies
Memorial of Saint Martin of Tours, Bishop

Father Daniel's Homilies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 6:15


Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Friday, November 11, 2022

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 Transcription Available


Full Text of ReadingsMemorial of Saint Martin of Tours, Bishop Lectionary: 495All 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 Martin of ToursA conscientious objector who wanted to be a monk; a monk who was maneuvered into being a bishop; a bishop who fought paganism as well as pleaded for mercy to heretics—such was Martin of Tours, one of the most popular of saints and one of the first not to be a martyr. Born of pagan parents in what is now Hungary, and raised in Italy, this son of a veteran was forced at the age of 15 to serve in the army. Martin became a Christian catechumen and was baptized when he was 18. It was said that he lived more like a monk than a soldier. At 23, he refused a war bonus and told his commander: “I have served you as a soldier; now let me serve Christ. Give the bounty to those who are going to fight. But I am a soldier of Christ and it is not lawful for me to fight.” After great difficulties, he was discharged and went to be a disciple of Hilary of Poitiers. He was ordained an exorcist and worked with great zeal against the Arians. Martin became a monk, living first at Milan and later on a small island. When Hilary was restored to his see following his exile, Martin returned to France and established what may have been the first French monastery near Poitiers. He lived there for 10 years, forming his disciples and preaching throughout the countryside. The people of Tours demanded that he become their bishop. Martin was drawn to that city by a ruse—the need of a sick person—and was brought to the church, where he reluctantly allowed himself to be consecrated bishop. Some of the consecrating bishops thought his rumpled appearance and unkempt hair indicated that he was not dignified enough for the office. Along with Saint Ambrose, Martin rejected Bishop Ithacius's principle of putting heretics to death—as well as the intrusion of the emperor into such matters. He prevailed upon the emperor to spare the life of the heretic Priscillian. For his efforts, Martin was accused of the same heresy, and Priscillian was executed after all. Martin then pleaded for a cessation of the persecution of Priscillian's followers in Spain. He still felt he could cooperate with Ithacius in other areas, but afterwards his conscience troubled him about this decision. As death approached, Martin's followers begged him not to leave them. He prayed, “Lord, if your people still need me, I do not refuse the work. Your will be done.” Reflection Martin's worry about cooperation with evil reminds us that almost nothing is either all black or all white. The saints are not creatures of another world: They face the same perplexing decisions that we do. Any decision of conscience always involves some risk. If we choose to go north, we may never know what would have happened had we gone east, west, or south. A hyper-cautious withdrawal from all perplexing situations is not the virtue of prudence; it is in fact, a bad decision, for “not to decide is to decide.” Saint Martin of Tours is a Patron Saint of: Horses Soldiers South Africa Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media

The Good Word
Memorial of Saint Martin of Tours, Bishop, John Harrison, C.Ss.R.

The Good Word

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 3:27


The Morning Blend with David and Brenda
November 11: Full Show

The Morning Blend with David and Brenda

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 119:47


It's the Feast of Saint Martin of Tours and Veterans Day. Ken Hallenius joins the show, Terry Ross gives us a preview this weekend's Glory of the Mass, and Fr Carney discusses the devotion to The Holy Face of Jesus. Subscribe to the Morning Blend on your favorite podcast platform.Find this show on the free Hail Mary Media App, along with a radio live-stream, prayers, news, and more.Look through past episodes or support this podcast.The Morning Blend is a production of Mater Dei Radio in Portland, Oregon.

Fr. Kubicki’s 2 Minute Prayer Reflection – Relevant Radio
Father Kubicki - Prayer Reflections November 11, 2022

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

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 2:00


Today is the feast of Saint Martin of Tours as well as the day we celebrate Veterans Day. Saint Martin was in the military and became a Christian in his twenties. Father tells a story of how Saint Martin helped a poor man by dividing his cloak and giving one half to the shivering stranger.

theWord
“That Day” is Today

theWord

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 6:38


For 11 November 2022, Memorial of Saint Martin of Tours, Bishop, based on Luke 17:26-37 (Photo by Nicolas Hoizey on Unsplash)

Catholic Saints & Feasts
November 11: Saint Martin of Tours, Bishop

Catholic Saints & Feasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 5:48


November 11: Saint Martin of Tours, Bishopc. 336–397Memorial; Liturgical Color: WhitePatron Saint of France, soldiers, and conscientious objectorsHe gave away half of his cloak and then all of his life Many great and holy men and women are unknown to history because they lacked the one crucial ingredient to become well known—a biographer. Today's saint was one of the fortunate ones. A historian named Sulpicius Severus personally knew and interviewed Martin in the last years of Martin's life and put it all on parchment. In an age of few books, Sulpicius' Life of Saint Martin was a blockbuster. Over many decades and centuries, it slipped into the bloodstream of European culture until, by the medieval age, the Life was standard reading in all monasteries. Virtually every priest and monk in Europe was deeply familiar with the details of the life of Saint Martin of Tours.The typical biography of a saint for the first few centuries of Christianity worked from the back to the front, from death to life. The real drama was how the saint died, not how he or she lived. Tales of bloody martyrdom, solitary exile, starvation and exposure were as moving and unfortunate as they were common. The Life of Saint Martin told of Martin's adventures and heroism in living the faith, not just about his last few breaths. He was a saint for the new age of legalized Christianity. Martin of Tours died in his bed.Martin was born to pagan parents in present-day Hungary but desired to become a Christian from a young age. His father resisted his son's holy desires and obliged Martin to follow in his footsteps and serve as a soldier in Rome's Imperial Guard. Martin was serving in France when the most iconic moment of his life took place. Martin was slowly approaching the city gates of Amiens on horseback one cold winter evening. A half-naked man shivered on the ground, begging for help. No one stopped. No one helped. No one cared. So Martin, clad as a soldier, pulled the cloak from his back, drew his sharp sword from its scabbard, and sliced his cloak in two. The poor man's skeletal frame was covered with just half of the cloak. That same night, when Martin fell asleep, he had a dream. Jesus appeared to him clad in the cloak and said “Martin, still a catechumen, covered me with this garment.” Upon awakening, Sulpicius tells his reader, “Martin flew to be baptized.”Martin subsequently befriended one of the great men of Gaul of that era, Saint Hilary of Poitiers, who ordained him into minor orders. After various apostolic adventures, Martin was chosen the Bishop of Tours in 372. In his twenty-five years as bishop, Martin was zealous, and jealous, for the House of the Lord. He aggressively tore down pagan temples, which he understood to be dedicated to demons. He traveled incessantly and was untiring in evangelizing the people of the countryside of Gaul and in founding churches. Martin also developed a reputation as a miracle worker and prophet. He cured the eye problems of Saint Paulinus of Nola, Saint Augustine's good friend.By the time of his peaceful death, Bishop Martin of Tours had a well-deserved reputation for holiness. Devotion to Martin spread as Sulpicius' biography was copied and shared. Numerous churches were named in Martin's honor in every country of Europe. England had one hundred seventy-three churches dedicated to Martin of Tours in 1800. The Shrine over Martin's tomb was one of the most popular pilgrimage destinations in all of Europe until France was riven by Reformation violence in the 1560s. In an interesting vestige of Martin's enduring historic importance, Martin's feast day in the Breviary is more fully elaborated with prayers and antiphons than almost any comparable saint on the Church's calendar.Saint Martin of Tours, your encounter with the beggar has fired the imagination of countless Christians. You were generous in every single way in living your faith. Through your intercession in heaven, assist us now to see Jesus in everyone, just as you did then.

Divine Office Office of Readings
Nov 11, About Today for St. Martin of Tours, B

Divine Office Office of Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 0:51


November 11 Saint Martin of Tours, Bishop Memorial “Our thoughts turn especially to Martin of Tours († 397), the soldier who became a monk and a bishop: he is almost like an icon, illustrating the irreplaceable value of the individual testimony to charity. At the gates of Amiens, Martin gave half of his cloak to... Enter Prayer

Histoires du monde
La "Martinsgans" menacée par l'inflation en Allemagne ?

Histoires du monde

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 2:37


durée : 00:02:37 - La chronique d'Anthony Bellanger - par : Anthony BELLANGER - Traditionnellement rôtie pour la 11 novembre, "l'oie de Saint Martin" a vu son prix doubler en un an. La faute à l'inflation généralisée en Europe mais particulièrement lourde Outre-Rhin.

InterNational
La "Martinsgans" menacée par l'inflation en Allemagne ?

InterNational

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 2:37


durée : 00:02:37 - La chronique d'Anthony Bellanger - par : Anthony BELLANGER - Traditionnellement rôtie pour la 11 novembre, "l'oie de Saint Martin" a vu son prix doubler en un an. La faute à l'inflation généralisée en Europe mais particulièrement lourde Outre-Rhin.

Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Thursday, November 3, 2022

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 Transcription Available


Full Text of ReadingsThursday of the Thirty-first Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 488All 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 Martin de Porres“Father unknown” is the cold legal phrase sometimes used on baptismal records. “Half-breed” or “war souvenir” is the cruel name inflicted by those of “pure” blood. Like many others, Martin might have grown to be a bitter man, but he did not. It was said that even as a child he gave his heart and his goods to the poor and despised. He was the son of a freed woman of Panama, probably black but also possibly of indigenous stock, and a Spanish grandee of Lima, Peru. His parents never married each other. Martin inherited the features and dark complexion of his mother. That irked his father, who finally acknowledged his son after eight years. After the birth of a sister, the father abandoned the family. Martin was reared in poverty, locked into a low level of Lima's society. When he was 12, his mother apprenticed him to a barber-surgeon. Martin learned how to cut hair and also how to draw blood—a standard medical treatment then—care for wounds, and prepare and administer medicines. After a few years in this medical apostolate, Martin applied to the Dominicans to be a “lay helper,” not feeling himself worthy to be a religious brother. After nine years, the example of his prayer and penance, charity and humility, led the community to request him to make full religious profession. Many of his nights were spent in prayer and penitential practices; his days were filled with nursing the sick and caring for the poor. It was particularly impressive that he treated all people regardless of their color, race, or status. He was instrumental in founding an orphanage, took care of slaves brought from Africa, and managed the daily alms of the priory with practicality, as well as generosity. He became the procurator for both priory and city, whether it was a matter of “blankets, shirts, candles, candy, miracles or prayers!” When his priory was in debt, he said, “I am only a poor mulatto. Sell me. I am the property of the order. Sell me.” Side by side with his daily work in the kitchen, laundry, and infirmary, Martin's life reflected God's extraordinary gifts: ecstasies that lifted him into the air, light filling the room where he prayed, bi-location, miraculous knowledge, instantaneous cures, and a remarkable rapport with animals. His charity extended to beasts of the field and even to the vermin of the kitchen. He would excuse the raids of mice and rats on the grounds that they were underfed; he kept stray cats and dogs at his sister's house. Martin became a formidable fundraiser, obtaining thousands of dollars for dowries for poor girls so that they could marry or enter a convent. Many of his fellow religious took Martin as their spiritual director, but he continued to call himself a “poor slave.” He was a good friend of another Dominican saint of Peru, Rose of Lima. Reflection Racism is a sin almost nobody confesses. Like pollution, it is a “sin of the world” that is everybody's responsibility but apparently nobody's fault. One could hardly imagine a more fitting patron of Christian forgiveness--on the part of those discriminated against—and Christian justice--on the part of reformed racists—than Martin de Porres. Saint Martin de Porres is the Patron Saint of: African Americans Barbers Hairdressers Race Relations Radio Social Justice Love the saints? Check out these seven books on saints and blesseds! Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media

Radio Maria France
Saints du jour 2022-11-03 Saint Martin de Porres, Saint Pirmin et Sainte Alpais

Radio Maria France

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 3:19


Saints du jour 2022-11-03 Saint Martin de Porres, Saint Pirmin et Sainte Alpais by Radio Maria France

Fr. Kubicki’s 2 Minute Prayer Reflection – Relevant Radio
Father Kubicki - Prayer Reflections November 03, 2022

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

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 2:00


Today is the feast of Saint Martin De Porres, the son of a Spanish knight and a freed African slave. He became a Dominican Brother and used skills in medicine he learned as a youth to help the poor in Lima Peru. Father reads some reflections on Saint Martin from Saint Pope John the twenty-third.

The Terry & Jesse Show
03 Nov 22 – October’s Catholic Heroes and Zeroes

The Terry & Jesse Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 51:12


Today's Topics:  1) Gospel - LK 15:1-10 - “What man among you having a hundred sheep and losing one of them would not leave the ninety-nine in the desert and go after the lost one until he finds it? And when he does find it, he sets it on his shoulders with great joy and, upon his arrival home, he calls together his friends and neighbors and says to them, ‘Rejoice with me because I have found my lost sheep.'  I tell you, in just the same way there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous people who have no need of repentance. Bishop Sheen quote of the day Memorial of Saint Martin de Porres, Religious  Saint Martin, pray for us!  2) Heroes and Zeroes: Who stood up for the faith? Who caved to the culture? CatholicVote's October Heroes and Zeroes list  https://catholicvote.org/heroes_zeroes/heroes-and-zeroes-october-2022/  3) Father Sean Sheehy, preaches the TRUTH at St. Mary Church in Listowel (Diocese of Kerry, Ireland)  https://twitter.com/ShaneMcAuliffe1/status/1587373094351634433?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1587373094351634433%7Ctwgr%5Eb709f26c7449aff069b191ff43a7a4dc7330ccfe%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.lifesitenews.com%2Fnews%2Firish-bishop-condemns-priest-for-calling-abortion-homosexuality-sinful%2F  Detransitioner: Surgery almost stole my motherhood  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3DCJ05zPZk  4) Seven ways to support your priest: Priests are humans, too! A priest can easily become a neglected and rather unloved person in our life. But, as we want our priests to be strong and serve their congregations well, they need our support, especially on a human level. Here are seven ways you can do that  https://aleteia.org/2022/10/26/7-ways-to-support-your-priest/

Daily Homily with Father Kevin Drew
Daily Homily - 110322

Daily Homily with Father Kevin Drew

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 7:00


Join Father Kevin Drew as he preaches on this Memorial of Saint Martin de Porres, religious. Today's readings First Reading: Phil 4:4-9 Psalm: Ps 131:1bcde, 2, 3 Gospel: Mt 22:34-40 Catholic Radio Network

theWord
Our Giant, Little Brother Martin

theWord

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 7:24


For 3 November 2022, The Feast of Saint Martin de Porres, Religious, based on Luke 15:1-10 (Photo by Fr. Lawrence Lew, op)

Catholic Saints & Feasts
November 3: Saint Martin de Porres, Religious

Catholic Saints & Feasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 5:47


November 3: Saint Martin de Porres, Religious1575–1639Optional Memorial; Liturgical Color: WhitePatron Saint of mixed-race peoples and barbersA humble, mixed-race Dominican brother works miraclesToday's saint was born in colonial Lima, Peru, to a well-connected Spanish father and a black Panamanian mother who had been a slave. While parentage is revealing, focusing uniquely on someone's origins can also be a lazy shortcut which reduces a complex person to mere bloodlines, leaving aside a thousand more compelling factors that make a life interesting. It would be difficult, however, to overemphasize just how much Martin de Porres' mulatto origins (Spanish and black) impacted his life. Even though his father was perfectly well known, Martin's baptism registration reads “Son of an unknown father,” making Martin illegitimate, a severe disadvantage. To be half black in colonial Latin America was to start life's race ten miles behind. Catching up to the Spanish-born colonists (Peninsulares) or to the locally born pure-blood Spanish (Criollos) would be impossible. On the many-runged ladder of social acceptability in the Spanish colonies, Martin was just above an African slave.Martin's father did make sure, however, that his son received a good education and enrolled him as a barber-surgeon apprentice in Lima. Martin learned how to set fractures, dress wounds, and treat infections according to the best practices of his era. And from his mother, he learned some unconventional herbal remedies that rounded out his more traditional medical education. These skills would hold Martin in good stead throughout his life. He treated the sick and injured regularly and, over time, earned a reputation as an extraordinary healer. He aided in founding a hospital and orphanage in Lima, distributed food to the poor, and cared for recently arrived African slaves. His extraordinary charity was his greatest attribute. You need candles? Of course. Blankets? One moment, please. Shoes and a comb? I'll be back. Miracles and cures? Yes, God bless you. Martin de Porres became famous for doing many things—very many things—and doing them all well and with a smile.In addition to his life of interrupted service, Martin was also a spiritual warrior. He became a Dominican lay brother but never a priest. He lived in community and proudly wore the Dominican habit. He had a self-deprecating sense of humor that jokingly acknowledged his lowly mulatto status. He abstained from meat, spent long hours in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament, and was witnessed displaying supernatural gifts. He levitated. He bilocated. His room filled with light. He possessed knowledge he could in no way have possessed naturally. His wide array of natural and supernatural gifts made him famous in Lima. When his life came to an end at the age of sixty, his body was publicly shown, and pieces of his habit were discreetly clipped off as relics.Martin de Porres, canonized in 1962, was among the first generation of saints from the New World, along with his contemporaries Saints Rose of Lima and Turibius of Mogrovejo. Martin was also the first mulatto saint. He lived a traditionally pious spirituality in keeping with the medieval saints of Europe. But he was not from Europe, did not enjoy a European education, and did not have pure European blood. Saint Martin proved the Catholic Faith could migrate across the Atlantic Ocean intact. The ancient faith found a home in a mulatto soul. Catholicism had successfully made the passage to a new land and immediately drove its roots deep into that land's native soil, converting a new mixed-race people to an old religion, making Jesus Christ the Lord of Latin America. Saint Martin de Porres was a harbinger of many good things to come.Saint Martin de Porres, we present our humble petitions to you, so that your faith and humility may bring them to our Father in Heaven. You were close to both God and man on earth. Continue to be close to us as you live with the Lord in heaven and seek favors on our behalf.

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S4 E7 John Berglund

Meat For Teacast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 73:45


What a great conversation we had with John Berglund of Tijon (Saint Martin, Charlottesville and New Orleans). He's an expert perfumer and author, and our chat ranges from perfuming, writing, life on the island of Saint Martin (and our meeting him on our visit there) and beyond. https://www.tijon.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/meatforteacast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/meatforteacast/support