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After stealing the first two games of the Eastern Conference Final against the Carolina Hurricanes, the Florida Panthers return home tonight for Game 3. The Panthers have a real shot at closing out one of the title favorites, and returning to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in almost 30 years. And we're reminded of one of the most unusual traditions in all of sports, one that originated in that first Stanley Cup run so many years ago: throwing rats onto the ice. It's a hair-raising tradition that dates back to the ‘95-'96 season, when a Cinderella-esque Panthers team made the Stanley Cup Final in just their third year of existence. Emily Kaplan explains how the Panthers' rat throwing tradition started, if it may or may not have contributed to the team's long misfortunes…and the ways in which this generation's Panthers are trying to write their own tale. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Help us spread the message, Donate to the Apostolate Today! » https://fatima.org/donate/ Interview of Father James Mawdsley by David Rodríguez. To request Father's New-Old Series books email: email@example.com (St. Vincent Ferrer Foundation) Find Fr. Mawdsley at his 'Scripture and Tradition' channel. Contact Us: » WEBSITE: https://www.fatima.org » PHONE: 1-800-263-8160 » EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org » FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Fatima-Center-95998926441 » YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/thefatimacenter » TWITTER: https://twitter.com/TheFatimaCenter » INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/the_fatima_center/ The Fatima Center's mission is to ensure that the entire Message of Fatima is fully known, accurately understood, and deeply appreciated so that it may be followed by all. The Fatima Center has been faithful to this mission since it was founded by the late Father Nicholas Gruner in 1978. The Message of Fatima is the ONLY solution to the crisis in the Church and the world.
The roots of medical racism go deep, but the ways our people have always healed themselves are even deeper. We NEVER need whites' care, and this herbalist tradition proves it. _____________ 2-Minute Black History is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company. PushBlack exists to amplify the stories of Black history you didn't learn in school. You make PushBlack happen with your contributions at BlackHistoryYear.com — most people donate $10 a month, but every dollar makes a difference. If this episode moved you, share it with your people! Thanks for supporting the work. The production team for this podcast includes Cydney Smith, Len Webb, and Lilly Workneh. Our editors are Lance John and Avery Phillips from Gifted Sounds Network. Julian Walker serves as executive producer." To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
• May 18, 2023, Today's Rosary on YouTube | Daily broadcast at 7:30 pm ET• Audio Podcast of this Rosary is Available Here Now! Friends of the Rosary: Today, in the ecclesiastical provinces of Boston, Hartford, New York, Newark, Omaha, Philadelphia, and the State of Nebraska is observed the Solemnity of the Ascension while other provinces have transferred this solemnity to the Seventh Sunday of Easter, May 21. The Feast of the Ascension, on the fortieth day after Easter Sunday, commemorates the Ascension of Christ into heaven, according to Mark 16:19, Luke 24:51, and Acts 1:2. At the end of His earthly life, Jesus ascended triumphantly into heaven. And by ascending into His glory, Christ completed the work of our redemption. Tradition designates Mount Olivet near Bethany as the place where Christ left the earth. Ave Maria!Jesus, I Trust In You! + Mikel A. | RosaryNetwork.com, New York • May 18, 2023, Today's Rosary on YouTube | Daily broadcast at 7:30 pm ET
Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
Michael Lofton gives an interview to the Logos Podcast and discusses questions related to the relationship between Sacred Tradition and the papacy.
Today's Topics: 1, 2) Is in Vitro Fertilization satanic? 3, 4) Is generational or inherited sin found in Sacred Scripture & Tradition?
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Every Day I'm Bustlin' -- Wedding Planning Podcast
Tradition might say that the bride's hometown dictates the wedding location, but today that simply isn't the case. Choosing your wedding location is the first big wedding decision you make so there are a lot of thoughts (and opinions!) that will go into this. According to Zola, 45% of couples choose a location that is not local to where they live currently. This could be a hometown, a place that means a lot to you or a fun destination. Today we are going to give you all the tips on choosing a wedding location that is out-of-state! From guest experience to how to choose a venue, join us as we answer all the questions surrounding planning an out of state wedding. In this episode you'll hear: • Tips for planning an out of state wedding • How to choose the right venue out of state • Ideas for the best guest experience Links to all the things mentioned: • LoveStream • Ep 144: Destination Wedding Trends in 2023 & Beyond • Ep 119: Destination Weddings with RIU Hotels and Resorts • Ep 122: Why Destination Weddings Are More Fun with Mountain Weddings • Ep 59: Venue Tours If you have a question or fun story to share (we love hearing them!) email us at email@example.com CONNECT WITH US! Website Instagram Facebook The podcast was produced by Pivot Media Co.
Today we have a very special episode for you. We sat down with the "Justin Bieber of Alaska", Byron Nicholai. Byron is a Yup'ik musician from Toksook Bay, Alaska that started uploading videos of himself to Facebook singing songs in his native language. His page "I Sing. You Dance." has now grown to over 45,000 followers and over 150,000 views. He sat down to talk about his love of music at a young age, the journey his music has already taken him on at such a young age, and finally why preserving his culture is so important. I Sing. You Dance. firstname.lastname@example.orgNew episodes every Monday.Hosted by Kyle Reading & Steven CornfieldContact us…Email Us:email@example.comInstagram: https://bit.ly/GFYInstagram@kyleareading@stevencornfieldTwitter:https://bit.ly/GFYTwitterFacebook:https://bit.ly/GFYFacebook
When the California government stepped in to try and prevent abalone from going extinct, it also criminalized the food traditions of indigenous people in the region. In this episode from our friends at the podcast Copper and Heat, we look into the history of this now luxury ingredient — a tale that involves San Francisco bohemians, Japanese fishermen, and a Pomo-Paiute woman who has risked jail time and fines in order to keep these food traditions alive.The Sporkful production team includes Dan Pashman, Emma Morgenstern, Andres O'Hara, and Jared O'Connell.Transcript available at www.sporkful.com.
This week we explore the concept of tradition and its role in society. We examine both the positive and negative aspects of tradition, including how it can provide a sense of belonging and promote social cohesion, but also perpetuate harmful practices and leads to discrimination. We also discuss the challenges of reconciling tradition with modernity and progress and the role tradition plays in our lives and society.DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the cast members and do not necessarily reflect the official position of Christ Community Church.TIMESTAMPS⏱️00:00 INTRO12:00 TRADITION!
American colleges are just a little to the left, they are full-blown communist institutions, and they are raising your kids to hate you. Tradition is a powerful thing. Entertainment and sports are the spearhead of the culture war and we're starting to see some wins. How the drug cartel's trafficking operation works. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
McConnell Center welcomes Professor Jeffery Pojanowski to discuss Constitutional Interpretation and the Classical Legal Tradition. Jeff Pojanowski joined the faculty and community of Notre Dame Law School in 2010 and was promoted to full professor in 2015. He teaches and writes in the areas of administrative law, jurisprudence, legal interpretation, and torts. He has published work in the Georgetown Law Journal, Harvard Law Review, Michigan Law Review, Northwestern University Law Review, the Virginia Law Review, and the Yale Law Journal, among other publications. He serves as co-editor of The American Journal of Jurisprudence. Pojanowski earned his A.B. in Public Policy with highest honors from Princeton University and graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School in 2004, where he was Articles Co-Chair for the Harvard Law Review. After law school, he served as a law clerk to then-Judge John Roberts on the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit and then to Justice Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court of the United States. He then practiced law with Latham & Watkins in Washington, D.C., where he specialized in appellate litigation and administrative-law matters. Important Links More about Jeff Pojanowski Stay Connected Visit us at McConnellcenter.org Subscribe to our newsletter Facebook: @mcconnellcenter Instagram: @ulmcenter Twitter: @ULmCenter This podcast is a production of the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville. Views expressed in this show are those of the participants and not necessarily those of the McConnell Center.
Open Forum – Questions Covered: 10:56 – I've been getting a lot of Mormon missionaries. Is it fruitful to talk to them? 17:12 – Can you clarify Divine simplicity and the essence energies distinction? 21:51 – What is the nature of the Church's non infallible teachings? Could a theologian dissent from those opinions? 32:31 – How does Sola Scriptura affirm Tradition as meaningful and authoritative but claims only Scripture as infallible? 35:56 – Was it cruel for God to kill innocent babies during Noah's flood? 45:52 – Did Pope Leo the Great and Pope St. Gelasius I condemned communion under one form? 50:21 – How do we defend transubstantiation and reject transgenderism since both have the appearance of something they’re not? …
Mayo Clinic Cardiovascular CME
Embracing 3D - The Fight with Tradition in Medicine Guest: Sorin V. Pislaru, M.D., Ph.D. Host: Paul A. Friedman, M.D. (@drpaulfriedman) Joining us today to discuss embracing 3D imaging is Sorin V. Pislaru, M.D., Ph.D., professor of medicine, echocardiographer, and chair of the division of structural heart disease at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Tune in to learn more about the 3D imaging and it's pertinence to the management of patients today in guiding procedures and making diagnoses. Specific topics discussed: We live in a 3D world that is in constant motion. Why are not all our imaging tools 3D? One would imagine technological breakthroughs are rapidly incorporated into medical practice. Is that a fact? We have now 3D imaging, but most measurements are performed in 2D space in both cross-sectional imaging and in echocardiography. Why so? Another example of resistance to progress? What is the future for 3D imaging? Connect with Mayo Clinic's Cardiovascular Continuing Medical Education online at https://cveducation.mayo.edu or on Twitter @MayoClinicCV. NEW Cardiovascular Education App: The Mayo Clinic Cardiovascular CME App is an innovative educational platform that features cardiology-focused continuing medical education wherever and whenever you need it. Use this app to access other free content and browse upcoming courses. Download it for free in Apple or Google stores today! No CME credit offered for this episode. Podcast episode transcript found here.
Blúiríní Béaloidis Folklore Podcast
Bees have been cultivated in Ireland since early times. Of value for their wax and honey, there were also believed to be blessed creatures, as Dáithí Ó hÓgáin writes: "probably because of the use of their wax to make church candles, and one medieval legend describes a swarm of bees building a little container around a lost communion wafer to protect it. They were also thought to be possessed of special wisdom, and to take an acute interest in the affairs of their owners. If a bee entered the house it was regarded as a good omen, and the bees in their hive would be told in advance of projects that the family intended to undertake in the belief that they might effect a beneficial influence. When a member of the family died, it was customary to place a black piece of cloth on the hiveso that the bees could join in the mourning". For this episode of Blúiríní I was honoured to have been joined by my friend and colleague from the National Museum of Country Life in county Mayo, and alumnus of the taught MA in Irish Folklore at UCD, Tiernan Gaffney. Tiernan is an Assistant Keeper of the Irish Folklife Collection at the National Museum of Ireland, his folklore research often explores the creation and connection of communities within shared spaces. Join us for episode 39 of Blúiriní Béaloidis as we honour those blessed, wise and industrious little ones, and talk about an upcoming National Museum of Ireland exhibition, “Murmur of Bees”which will launch in the summer of 2023. To learn more about the National Museum of Ireland: Country Life, visit: https://www.museum.ie/en-IE/Museums/Country-Life
The end of the school year is a time for celebrating and reflecting on how the year went. And while most celebrate with end of year classroom awards, we believe it's time to retire that tradition. In today's episode, we're sharing 5 reasons why end of year classroom awards shouldn't be done, and sharing a meaningful replacement tradition instead.Download our free Awards Reflection Activity here!For all the resources mentioned in this episode, head to the show notes:https://www.secondstorywindow.net/podcast/end-of-year-classroom-awardsConnect with us on Instagram @2ndstorywindowShop our teacher-approved resourcesJoin our Facebook group, Teacher ApprovedMentioned in this episode:If you're enjoying this podcast, we would love to hear from you! You can leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/teacher-approved/id1613980327
The Word on Fire Show - Catholic Faith and Culture
Friends, many people are familiar with the Thomistic tradition, following St. Thomas Aquinas, but what about the Franciscan intellectual tradition, following St. Francis? Who are some of the great Franciscan theologians, and what can they teach us today? That's what Brandon Vogt and I discuss on today's episode of “The Word on Fire Show.” A listener asks, does God the Father love us as much as he loves Jesus and the Holy Spirit? Links Venerable Jerome Lejeune Fellowship Ordered by Love: An Introduction to John Duns Scotus by Thomas Ward This is My Body: A Call to Eucharistic Revival by Bishop Robert Barron NOTE: Do you like this podcast? Become a patron and get some great perks for helping, like free books, bonus content, and more. Word on Fire is a non-profit ministry that depends on the support of our listeners…like you! So be part of this mission, and join us today!
Do you train at a traditional Jiu-Jitsu club? Or do you roll at an Academy with a modern take on BJJ? There is a conflict between what is considered a "Traditional" Martial Arts approach to teaching Jiu-Jitsu and what some may call Modern Bjj. If your preferred training style is different to your Academy's teaching philosophy you might find yourself caught up in some Gym Politics.1.) Loyalty vs Flexibility2.) Tradition vs Effectiveness3.) Self Defence vs Modern BJJ4.) Dictator vs Democracy5.) Martial Arts vs AthleticsThere are Pros and Cons to both approaches but working out which one you are prepared to accept and work with is key to getting the most out of your Jiu-Jitsu journey.
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The legendary group Obiní Batá is celebrating 30 years of music and women's empowerment in Cuba. But the road to acceptance and success was not easy.
"God save the queen" hieß es bisher in der britischen Nationalhymne – ab Samstag muss es heißen: "God save the king." Denn dann wird König Charles offiziell zum Staatsoberhaupt von England und vielen weiteren Ländern im Commonwealth gekrönt. 70 Jahre ist es her, seit die mittlerweile verstorbene Queen die britischen Kronjuwelen übernommen hat. Deshalb ist diese Krönungszeremonie nicht nur für die Britinnen und Briten ein Spektakel. Was sich bei dieser jahrhundertealten Tradition abspielt und warum sie kritisiert wird, darüber spricht Bianca Blei, die STANDARD-Expertin für das britische Königshaus. Und wir sprechen auch darüber, wie viel politischen Einfluss König Charles hat – und wie lange es in Großbritannien überhaupt noch einen König gibt. **Hat Ihnen dieser Podcast gefallen?** Mit einem STANDARD-Abonnement können Sie unsere Arbeit unterstützen und mithelfen, Journalismus mit Haltung auch in Zukunft sicherzustellen. Alle Infos und Angebote gibt es hier: [abo.derstandard.at](https://abo.derstandard.at/?ref=Podcast&utm_source=derstandard&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=podcast&utm_content=podcast)
Unspoken Words: A Native Podcast
Join the triad this week as we discuss the 5th Tradition of Wellbriety and how it supports our walk on the Red Road.
BEYOND THE RESET - Animated Short Film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWkepoLUZfs&ab_channel=3DEpixInc. In this edition of the Remnant Underground, Michael Matt discusses not only the cancelling of Tucker Carlson but also what appears to be the initial stages of a state-controlled press. It's not just Fox that's being “reimagined” -- CNN appears to be going down, too. Does this signal the end of any semblance of an independent and privately-owned free press in America? Is this part of the Great Reset? Plus, Black America fights back. Michael looks at how Black Americans struggle to stop the bleeding, as the Left refuses to hear their case against the ongoing exploitation of the Black community. By the way, did you know that Planned Parenthood has finally dropped their official association with Margaret Sanger? That's right, another “conspiracy theory” has become a spoiler alert. Don't miss Michael's hopeful message on how the Globalist war on Truth is actually breathing new life into truth seekers everywhere. From Rome to Davos, the Revolution is exposing itself as having run out of ideas. How to SUPPORT RTV Sign up for Michael Matt's Weekly E-Letter: https://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/subscribe-today/free-remnant-updates Follow Michael Matt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Michael_J_Matt Subscribe to The Remnant Newspaper, print and/or digital versions available: https://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/subscribe-today Listen to Michael Matt's podcasts: SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/1AdkCDFfR736CqcGw2Uvd0 APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-michael-j-matt-show/id1563298989
Welcome to Episode 1373; part of our Italian wine interview series set in Dusseldorf, Germany. Today Joy Livingston interviews Cristina Bargagli from Provveditore Winery Stevie Kim and her team travelled to Dusseldorf, Germany this March to collaborate with ITA, the Italian Trade Agency. ITA was organizing some incredible Masterclasses featuring the best wines Italy has to offer. Each masterclass was led by the Master Sommelier Eros Teboni (awarded Best Sommelier Worldwide in 2018), and they wanted us there to document the amazing 3 days! Tune-in each Thursday as we bring you the great interviews that unfolded over the course of 3 days. More about today's winery: The Provveditore company is located near the town of Scansano, in the south-west of Tuscany immersed in the green hills of the Maremma, extending over 40 hectares of vineyards from where you can enjoy the view of Monte Amiata and the Argentario coast. The company now in its fourth generation represents one of the most significant historical realities for the production of Morellino di Scansano since in the early seventies, Alessandro had the intuition, pioneering for the area, to bottle it himself rather than sell it in bulk. The company Superintendent in continuous expansion over the years has expanded and diversified the productions, today managed by Cristina, Alessandro's daughter, aims a lot at generational synergy guaranteeing that combination of Tradition and Innovation which represents the added value in all phases of production. To learn more visit: https://provveditore.net/ More about the interviewer: Joy Livingston is the Producer of Italian Wine Podcast. Narrator extraordinaire and Scienza whisperer Joy Livingston has been known to edit the occasional book from time to time. When Joy is not busy Producing the podcast she is also working hard on the Mamma Jumbo Shrimp YouTube channel where many of the interviews stream on video! Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, cin cin!
Matthew 15:1-20 -Truth vs. Tradition by Calvary Chapel Irmo
Essay 4: History, Order and Tradition in the Formation of America's Founding Documents by Ron Meier. Click here to explore our 2023 90-Day Study: First Principles of the American Founding.
The feud between the governor and the mouse has more nuance and legal curiosities than it might seem at first glance, and David and Sarah are here for it. But also: -Is the debt ceiling "unconstitutional"? -History and Tradition revisited (listen to this week's week earlier episode for the full discussion) -Trigger warning for one of the most gruesome 4th Amendment analysis taken up by the pod. Out of context: "These people could have been in drawers." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Teen Bible Study Taught 'N Ten Minutes
In this week's episode we will be discussing: “What Problem Does Tradition Not Solve? Same Equals Different and Different Equals Same” according to God's Word. Scriptures: 1 Corinthians 11:1-3, Galatians 3:28, Romans 3:22-23, Matthew 5:21-22, Philippians 3:13-14
digital kompakt | Business & Digitalisierung von Startup bis Corporate
C-LEVEL INTERVIEW | In dieser Episode sprechen wir mit Roman Ehrhardt, der als deutscher Geschäftsführer von Vitra die Digitalisierungs- und Innovationsstrategie des weltbekannten Design-Unternehmens verantwortet. Bei Vitra hat sich in der Vergangenheit so einiges verändert, sowohl im Online-Handel als auch offline. Roman berichtet von seinen Eindrücken, wie sich die Arbeitswelt verändert und spricht mit Joel über Stil, KPIs und das Office der Zukunft. Du erfährst... …wie die Produktentwicklung bei Vitra grundsätzlich abläuft …wie das Office der Zukunft aussieht …wie sich das Unternehmen Vitra durch die Digitalisierung verändert …wie sich Stil, Design und KPIs miteinander verknüpfen lassen …Romans Werdegang …wie das Familienunternehmen Vitra organisiert ist …wie Vitra für Nachhaltigkeit sorgt …wie Vitra sich in Zukunft weiterentwickeln will Diese Episode dreht sich schwerpunktmäßig um Unternehmertum: Denn getreu dem digital kompakt "Lerne von den Besten" trifft sich Joel in freudiger Regelmäßigkeit mit den erfolgreichsten Unternehmer:innen aus der Startup- und Digitalwirtschaft. Egal ob Scale-up, Soonicorn, Unicorn oder erfolgreicher Mittelständler – in unseren Episoden zu Unternehmertum lassen dich die Besten hinter ihre Kulissen blicken und nehmen dich mit auf eine Reise zur Strategie, Entstehung und Entwicklung ihrer Firmen. __________________________ ||||| PERSONEN |||||
The Best Best Friends Podcast in The World
We finally have a brewing guest back on the podcast! We welcome Mark Braunwarth, head brewer from Lancaster Brewing, on the podcast. There is plenty of nostalgia talk from us, talk about how Mark got started in brewing, Lancaster's brewing history, why brewing traditional beer matters, and we have an absolute love affair with Kolsch and the Double Chocolate Milk Stout. Support the podcast by donating at Anchor.fm/bestbestfriendspod/support Check out the live stream at Twitch.tv/bestbestfriendspodcast Save $10 on your first box of $25 or more on Tavour with Promo Code BESTBESTFRIENDSPOD Episode Song: Honestly by Cartel Beers: Kolsch (Kolsch) by Lancaster Brewing Company Double Chocolate Milk Stout (Milk Stout) by Lancaster Brewing Company Remember to Subscribe, Rate and Review UNTAPPD - @Bestbestfriendspod INSTAGRAM - @Bestbestfriendspod FACEBOOK - @Bestbestfriendspod TWITTER - @BBFPod EMAIL - BestBestFriendsPod@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bestbestfriendspod/support
Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
What did the early church fathers believe about Tradition, councils, the papacy, and the Eucharist? Dr. Jim Papandrea answers all of these questions, and many others, from a live audience!
In this episode of the Vint Podcast, Brady Weller and Billy Galanko chat with Peter Liem, the foremost commentator on the wines of Champagne, and author of the book "Champagne: The Essential Guide to the Wines, Producers, and Terroirs of the Iconic Region". We delved into a wide range of topics related to Champagne, including the concept of terroir and how it manifests in the wines of the region, the similarities and differences between Champagne and Burgundy, and the rise of grower Champagne, including what sets their approach apart from the big houses.We also hear about his main project, the Champagne Guide, which is an online publication that provides in-depth information on the wines and terroirs of the region. Peter also hosts La Fête du Champagne, one of the world's largest and most prominent champagne events, which takes place every year in New York City. We hope you learn something new in this episode with Peter - he has a wealth of knowledge that we were excited to share with our listeners!For more information on the Vint platform, please contact us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Check out our newest offerings: Vint.co Cheers!Past Guests Include: Raj Parr, Erik Segelbaum, André Hueston Mack, Emily Saladino, Konstantin Baum, Landon Patterson, Heather Wibbels, Carlton "CJ" Fowler, Boris Guillome, Christopher Walkey, Danny Jassy, Kristy Wenz, Dan Petroski, Buster Scher, Andrew Nelson, Wayne Baxendale, Tim Irwin, Matt Murphy, Allen Meadows, Altan Insights, Tim Gaiser, Vince Anter, Joel Peterson, Megan O'Connor, Adam Lapierre, Jason Haas, Ken Freeman, Lisa Perrotti-Brown, Nick King, Bartholomew Broadbent, Nick Jackson, Dillon Sykes, Mark Bell, David Keck, John Szabo Disclaimer: https://vint.co/disclaimer
The Grand Tourist with Dan Rubinstein
The Austrian capital is a place with history around every corner, where layers of cultural complexity create an environment that endlessly rewards exploration. On this episode, Dan talks with hoteliers, curators, museum directors, and creatives who are upholding the legacy of a city bursting with art, design, music, and culture. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
“Attempting to walk the world as a man of honour and integrity will come out for you multiple times when the shit hits the fan. And it will always give you confidence. But it will also give you a fallback, default way of being when the world is trying to knock you off of your foundation. That's a foundation that you can't knock a man off of if he's determined to stay on it.” Boys look for role models as they grow up. In a perfect world, boys would be given a solid set of principles from their fathers that would be their foundation for life. Integrity, honour, and discipline are three that Geoff Tomlinson puts at the top of the list in todays episode. Unfortunately the state of families and of society in general has left too many boys looking elsewhere for guidance. And too often being mislead. But this episode isn't so much about what men and boys don't have, it's about where they can find it once they've realized it's missing. In today's episode: The difference between what media and some women tell us they want vs the true role a man is meant to play. Integrity, honour, and a moral compass. Confusion among men about masculinity. Men's groups: what they offer and what they are not. Check out the Sovereign Circle or the Battle Ready program at https://www.sovereignman.ca/. While you're there, check out the store for Sovereign Man t-shirts, hats, and books.
Essay 3: Essentially Bound: The Principle of Regard for History, Order, and Tradition by Joerg Knipprath. Click here to explore our 2023 90-Day Study: First Principles of the American Founding.
Howdy, Ags! In today's empowering episode, we are speaking with Sasha Crabtrey ‘01 from Remote COO! Sasha expands on how she and her team reignite entrepreneurs' passion by building those pesky systems and processes that most visionaries dread. Are you needing some help in your business? Don't want to make any long-term hires? For more information, check out Sasha and her team at remotecoo.com. Thank you for joining us! About Remote COO is a team of experts specializing in operational strategies that empower growth. We partner with business owners, entrepreneurs, and non-profit organizations to transform goals and ideas into action through a dynamic, collaborative process. Timestamps: [00:00 - 01:27] Intro [01:28 - 02:25] Rich in Tradition [02:26 - 05:11] Part-Time Help to Business Partners [05:12 - 07:08] Ideal Clients for Remote COO [07:09- 08:36] Pioneering the Work Norm [08:37 - 11:15] Remote COO Company Values [11:16 - 16:26] How Everything Clicked & Helping Entrepreneurs [16:27 - 17:12] BHAG [17:18 - 18:53] Lightning Round [18:54 - 20:18] Connect w/ Sasha [20:19 - 20:1] Chris and Greg's Takeaways [23:27 - 24:53] Outro Resources: Website: https://remotecoo.com/ AGH Website: https://www.aggiegrowthhacks.com/ Connect with Greg and Chris! Apple: http://bit.ly/AGH-Apple Spotify: http://bit.ly/AggieGH Stitcher: http://bit.ly/AGH-Stitch Podbean: http://bit.ly/AGH-PB YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCZx9NMwnBXs5RWC3Rwqkpw
The Reluctant Theologian Podcast
I have an incredibly sarcastic, yet intellectually rigorous episode for you today. In today's episode, I open up the mailbag to take some rapid fire listener questions. I've got questions about tradition and theological method. I have questions about Eurovision, epistemic distance, and evil. I even have some mean Tweets about some of the recent episodes. Credits Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) is a lecturer and researcher at the University of Lucerne. Music by Rockandmetal_domination – Raising-questions. rtmullins.com Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=66431474 https://ko-fi.com/rtmullins
Do you have any traditions, special dates, activities, or places that help you commemorate significant events in your life? Especially those events where God has done something for you? While traditions often revolve around major events such as the birth and resurrection of Jesus, they can also serve to celebrate personal moments—the little things maybe only you would recognize, such as how God answered a certain prayer, supplied for your need, or made himself incredibly known to you. Crickett Keeth is in the show today chatting about her favorite traditions and leaving a legacy. She asks us to consider what we are passing down to the next generation. Think about what heritage you want to give to your family and the significance your customs carry. How can you tell others of God's faithfulness by creating a new tradition of your own or by continuing a tradition that was passed on to you? Whatever traditions you and I practice, I pray they are rooted in biblical truth and keep God at the forefront so future generations can connect with him and connect with each other. Because if there is anything worth passing on, it is Him. What is your favorite tradition? Connect with Crickett: https://www.crickettkeeth.com https://instagram.com/jkeeth52 Crickett Keeth is the Women's Ministry Director at First Evangelical Church in Memphis, Tennessee, where she writes and teaches the women's Bible studies. She is the author of Before the Throne (Moody), On Bended Knee (Moody), The Gift of Rest (CrossLink), and Sumatra with the Seven Churches (AMG, coauthored with Sandra Glahn). Crickett served on staff with Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ) for ten years and is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary. In addition to speaking regularly at her own church, she speaks and teaches seminars. In her free time she likes to read, play games with friends, travel, and love on her two cats. For more resources for ministry, visit her website at www.crickettkeeth.com.
A case before the Supreme Court may bring the axe to the long zombified Chevron deference. Sarah and David also take a look at: -North Carolina's flip-flops on gerrymandering delaying the inevitable -A 94-year-old's legal fight against property seizure gets a hearing -Is the distinction between History and Tradition a bait and switch? -Supreme Court Ethics are in the news again... (yikes) -Q&A from 1L's Show Notes: -In Ruling with Major Political Implications that Potentially Moots U.S. Supreme Court Decision in Moore v. Harper Independent State Legislature Case, North Carolina Supreme Court, on 5-2 Partisan Vote, Holds Partisan Gerrymandering Claims Cannot Be Brought Under State Constitution -What happens to Moore v. Harper after the latest North Carolina Supreme Court decision in the partisan gerrymandering case? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scoot talks to WWL listeners about the previous hour's drama, plus adds a little levity with his Hoda and Jenna interview and some fresh audio from the White House Correspondent's Dinner
Das Raufen war in Bayern eine Ehrensache wie die Fehde oder das Duell. Die Obrigkeit mischte sich lange Zeit nicht ein. Spuren von dieser Tradition der "Triebabfuhr" haben sich bis heute erhalten. (BR 2005) Autor: Thomas Grasberger
New York Paingers: A New York Rangers Podcast
In this playoff episode we breakdown Rangers Game 6 win and heading to 7. Also talked about around the NHL.Thanks for listening! Please rate and review our show on your favorite listening platform. Check out our partner's website at www.insidetherink.com for all your latest hockey news.
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Jesus said: “Amen, amen, I say to you, whoever does not enter a sheepfold through the gate but climbs over elsewhere is a thief and a robber. But whoever enters through the gate is the shepherd of the sheep. The gatekeeper opens it for him, and the sheep hear his voice, as the shepherd calls his own sheep by name and leads them out.” John 10:1–3The people of Jesus' time would have easily understood this story. It was common practice for shepherds to talk to their sheep throughout the day so that the sheep became familiar with the shepherd's voice as he led them through various pastures for grazing. At night, several shepherds would bring their sheep together within secured gates for safety. In the morning, each shepherd would then call to his sheep and, because they knew their shepherd's voice, the sheep would follow their own shepherd and not the others.The first question for each of us to ask ourselves today is this: Do I know the voice of the Shepherd? Have I become so familiar with His voice that I can clearly distinguish His voice from others? Try to imagine the image of several shepherds all calling their sheep at once. This is an image of the competing voices we encounter in our lives. But only one of those voices is the voice of God. Do you know His voice? Or do you become confused with the many other impulses, desires and attractions that vie for your attention?Jesus continued his teaching by saying that He is not only the Shepherd whose voice is known by the sheep, but He is also the gate. “I am the gate. Whoever enters through me will be saved, and will come in and go out and find pasture.” What does our Lord mean when He calls Himself the gate?As the Gate, He is the Word of God, revealed to us through the Scriptures. Fidelity to the Word of God is one of the surest ways to the life of grace. He is the Word of Truth as it is handed down and expounded upon by the Magisterium, the teaching authority of the Church. Fidelity to the authentic teaching of the Magisterium, especially when the Holy Father speaks in union with the bishops, will help us navigate the many errors of our age. Jesus is made present to us through the Sacraments, which are the door to His grace and the entryway to the food for our spiritual lives. Furthermore, any time our Lord comes to us, through holy preaching, the witness and teaching of the saints, and the life of prayer within the Church, or in any other way, we enter the gate and are admitted into His verdant pastures.Jesus is the gate, not only for the sheep but for each of the shepherds who lead the sheep in His name. These are the pastors of the Church who have been entrusted with the mission of Christ to lead God's people. Today, if a shepherd of the Church fails to preach Jesus Christ, then that shepherd “comes only to steal and slaughter and destroy.” Pastors of the Church must humbly listen carefully to these words so that they never fail to shepherd God's people by leading them through the Gate, Who is Christ Himself. They must all be faithful to the whole Tradition of our Church, handed on throughout the ages, and not deviate from the pure and holy deposit of faith. If they preach their own gospel, or are negligent or misleading in their preaching, then they are not true shepherds. God's true sheep will not recognize them. But if they are faithful to all that Jesus has taught, then they will lead the sheep through the gate and become shepherds in union with the Heart of the Good Shepherd. Reflect, today, upon the image of Christ the Good Shepherd, calling to us in a variety of ways. We must learn His true voice through faith and prayer. Once we recognize His voice, we will more easily discover Him ministering to us, inspiring us, and inviting us to the life of grace by encountering Him as the source and way to this new life. Good Shepherd, You speak to me continuously, revealing to me Your presence and guidance in my life. May I become so familiar with Your sacred Voice that I will always recognize it. Lead me to Yourself, the glorious Gate to the life of grace, and transform me into a faithful and obedient sheep. Jesus, my Good Shepherd, I trust in You.Source of content: catholic-daily-reflections.comCopyright © 2023 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.
Neo-Calvinism, also known as “Kuyperianism,” is a nuancing and application of Christianity to all aspects of life that was developed by Abraham Kuyper and Herman Bavinck. It is based on John Calvin's (aka The Bible's) program to every square inch of a person's life (beyond the realm of Sunday mornings and into a leavening into Monday through Saturday). Neo-Calvinism is Biblically, historically, and theologically conservative through and through, but unfortunately, it has been appropriated and distorted by theological liberals. As a result, many orthodox, Bible-believing, conservative Christians when they first hear “neo-Calvinism” often associate the tradition with all the whack-jobs out there who claim to be neo-Calvinist when in reality Kuyper is rolling over in his grave. “Whatever else believers may tolerate or bear, false teaching they may not.” – Abraham Kuyper
This week Jeff and Dave wander back into the lush, crowded undergrowth of Edgar Rice Burroughs' prose, guided by the inimitable Erling B. "Jack" Holstmark. Does the vine-swinging, croc-wrestling, ape-aping Tarzan really have anything to do with Odysseus? Hercules? Neither? Or does Dave's late Prof. have a case of academicitis, "seeing what's not there"? Come along with us as we finish up looking at the abiding influence of Animals, Hero, and Themes, the final chapter of Holtsmark's 1981 monograph. And remember, "We live in a world of illusion, where everything's peaches and cream. We all face a scarlet conclusion, but we spend our time in a dream." You're going to (jungle) love this episode! Just make sure that crate of papaya doesn't wait all night by your door.