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  • 00:30

    Let Us Pray - Catholic Rosary Vigil

    in Christianity

    In this Catholic reciting of the Holy Rosary we will be meditating on the Sorrowful Mysteries along with the mentioning of special petitions from folks like yourself and from the headline news sources that are worth mentioning and praying for.


    If you would like your intention mentioned and prayed for, you may do so by sending us an email the Celtic Cross Foundation of Ministry at; (info@celticcrossministry.com). NOTE: In the subject line, reference, (Let Us Pray). And we'll include it in our Prayer Program.

  • Let Us Pray - Catholic Rosary Vigil

    in Christianity

    In this Catholic reciting of the Holy Rosary we will be meditating on the Joyful Mysteries along with the mentioning of special petitions from folks like yourself and from the headline news sources that are worth mentioning and praying for.


    If you would like your intention mentioned and prayed for, you may do so by sending us an email the Celtic Cross Foundation of Ministry at; (info@celticcrossministry.com). NOTE: In the subject line, reference, (Let Us Pray). And we'll include it in our Prayer Program.

  • Let Us Pray - Catholic Rosary Vigil

    in Christianity

    In this Catholic reciting of the Holy Rosary we will be meditating on the Luminous Mysteries along with the mentioning of special petitions from folks like yourself and from the headline news sources that are worth mentioning and praying for.


    If you would like your intention mentioned and prayed for, you may do so by sending us an email the Celtic Cross Foundation of Ministry at; (info@celticcrossministry.com). NOTE: In the subject line, reference, (Let Us Pray). And we'll include it in our Prayer Program.

  • 00:32

    Welcome to Catholic Now! Launch Talk!

    in Christianity

    May First, the start to the Month of Mary! How beautiful it is that as Catholics we have true devotion to Our Blessed Mother? On this LIVE episode of Catholic Now, catch the scoop on: The Month of Mary, The Passing of Father Gurner, St. Pergerine and much more on the FIRST episode LIVE at 4:30 PM EST on May 1st! See you then! 

  • 00:45

    Catholic Now: St. Michael

    in Christianity

    Who is St. Michael? He is the patron of emergency caretakers! Yes... but he is much more than that! He just might help you save your soul from eternal damnation! On Monday, May 4th at 4:30 PM EST as myself and our co host Diane Woodson talk about St. Michael, prayers to him, and the Chaplet... all that and much more on the next Catholic Now! 

  • 01:17

    Catholic vs. Protestant: Key Differences in Faith

    in Christianity

    In the second part of a three part series on the Catholic faith, Walter Martin looks at Matthew 16:13-20, one of the most interesting dialogues in the Bible between the Lord Jesus Christ and His Apostles--a dialogue that the Catholic Church quotes often as proof of its ultimate authority to speak in the name of God.


    In America, the face of the Catholic Church is different than that presented in Italy or Spain, but the centrality of the infallible Papacy remains the same and it is this doctrine that shapes the thoughts, writings, and apologetics of the Catholic Church.  Tonight, Walter Martin examines the key differences that persist between Roman Catholic and Protestant theology.

  • 00:30

    Catholic Now: Protection

    in Christianity

    Have you ever got caught in a nightmare? Ever feel a demonic presence coming upon you? or feel like you are about to do the wrong thing? As Catholics we have Spiritual Protection and we need to use it! 

  • My Prayer Closet

    in Christianity

    Praying the Protastúnach Paidrín ( the Protestant Celtic Rosary).


    My Prayer Closet, is part of our Evangelical Church of the Celtic Cross. We hope you will join us and pray along. Yes it will take a little getting used to but, it is our hope and prayer that you will be receptive to it and that you find it of great spiritual help in your prayerful life and spiritual walk. Bringing you closer to our heavenly Father all the days of your life.


    Though an Unorthodox and Unauthorized Version


    We have found it to be acceptable and is approved by the Celtic Cross Foundation of Ministry for use with our Protestant and Non-Denominational Worshipers.


    So to our Catholic brothers and sisters in Christ, please don’t take offense. We understand Catholics and Protestants have specific theological differences and we can all get along because we share the same purpose, that is, a life with Christ and Heaven ever after. This is to say that stating with significant difference between the two denominations; Protestants don't put as much emphasis on Mary as do Catholics.


    So please JOIN US, every Tuesday Evening at 6:00 PM (EST) right here in Studio A of the Protestant Radio Network, in praying the New Protestant Rosary in this prayer vigil. We are sure you will be glad you did.


    And if you have a special prayer request you would like all to pray for you, than please email us at (info@celticcrossministry.com). In the Subject line, reference (My Prayer Closet) and in the Body of the message state your request or even a Birthday Wish, if you like. Just be sure to level us the name date and age of the individual's Birthday you are wanting prayer and wishes for. Also please be sure to sign it with your real full mane, the city / town your from and from what state or provence you live as well as your country.

  • 01:30

    Sunday Worship and Bible Study--United States Old Catholic Church

    in Christianity

    Join us for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Jesus Christ (Corpus Christi)! Our worship will include a Homily on the necessity of the Eucharist to salvation and to Christianity itself! Deacon Kristina Rake, an accomplished and well-versed Catholic Apologist--will give a homily on the Apologetics of the Most Holy Eucharist. Please join us for our Long Distance worship in the USOCC Tradition. Our worship includes the Liturgy of the Word, hymns, scripture, praise, prayers, and a guided meditation in which we encounter the Risen Lord. 


    The United States Old Catholic Church is an Independent Catholic Church with full Apostolic Authority. We are traditional in Catholic Theology, but fully inclusive when it comes to welcoming the people of God. All are welcome as they are and as who they are, not because of us, but because of Who God is! We welcome ALL people to ALL of the Seven Scriptural Sacraments, regardless of race, culture, language, gender identification, sexual orientation, or marital status. 


    For more information about us, go to: www.usocc.org. For more information about My Old Catholic Radio's programs and Religious Catalog of Blessed Products, go to: myoldcatholic.com and myoldcatholiccatalog.com.

  • 00:29

    My Prayer Closet - Praying the Protastúnach Paidrín - Protestant Celtic Rosary

    in Christianity

    My Prayer Closet which is part of our Evangelical Church of the Celtic Cross, has a new broadcasting format. We hope you will join us and pray along. Yes it will take a little getting used to but, it is our hope and prayer that you will be receptive to it and that you find it of great spiritual help in your prayerful life and spiritual walk. Bringing you closer to our heavenly Father all the days of your life.


    Though an Unorthodox and Unauthorized Version


    We have found it to be acceptable and is approved by the Celtic Cross Foundation of Ministry for use with our Protestant and Non-Denominational Worshipers.


    So to our Catholic brothers and sisters in Christ, please don’t take offense. We understand Catholics and Protestants have specific theological differences and we can all get along because we share the same purpose, that is, a life with Christ and Heaven ever after. This is to say that stating with significant difference between the two denominations; Protestants don't put as much emphasis on Mary as do Catholics.


    Protestants believe we don't need a mediator to talk to God. When the veil was torn from top to bottom (Mark 15:37-38) we believe God tore the veil as a symbolic act to say Christ's death removed the barrier that separated us from God. Now we can come to God ourselves at anytime and any place.


    The following is just our Protestant Version of the Dalriadan Celtic Rosary Prayer, using God, and Christ to worship rather than Mary, and encompass purposeful communication between God, Jesus, and you.

  • 00:30

    My Prayer Closet - Praying the Protastúnach Paidrín - Protestant Celtic Rosary

    in Christianity

    My Prayer Closet which is part of our Evangelical Church of the Celtic Cross, has a new broadcasting format. We hope you will join us and pray along. Yes it will take a little getting used to but, it is our hope and prayer that you will be receptive to it and that you find it of great spiritual help in your prayerful life and spiritual walk. Bringing you closer to our heavenly Father all the days of your life.


    Though an Unorthodox and Unauthorized Version


    We have found it to be acceptable and is approved by the Celtic Cross Foundation of Ministry for use with our Protestant and Non-Denominational Worshipers.


    So to our Catholic brothers and sisters in Christ, please don’t take offense. We understand Catholics and Protestants have specific theological differences and we can all get along because we share the same purpose, that is, a life with Christ and Heaven ever after. This is to say that stating with significant difference between the two denominations; Protestants don't put as much emphasis on Mary as do Catholics.


    Protestants believe we don't need a mediator to talk to God. When the veil was torn from top to bottom (Mark 15:37-38) we believe God tore the veil as a symbolic act to say Christ's death removed the barrier that separated us from God. Now we can come to God ourselves at anytime and any place.


    The following is just our Protestant Version of the Dalriadan Celtic Rosary Prayer, using God, and Christ to worship rather than Mary, and encompass purposeful communication between God, Jesus, and you.