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  • 00:35

    Saint Germain's Ascension Day!

    in Spirituality

    Let's celebrate the birthday of Saint Germain's Ascension Day by talking about Saint Germain, the path of the ascension and the violet transmuting flame.

  • 00:29

    Saint Conrad of Piacenza

    in Religion

    Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org


    Born to the nobility. Married to Euphrosyne, the daughter of a nobleman; the two led a pious life in the world. One day while hunting, Conrad ordered attendants to set fire to some brush in order to flush out the game. A strong wind carried the flames to nearby fields, forests, towns and villages, and Conrad fled in panic. An innocent peasant was imprisoned, tortured into a confession and condemned to death for the fire. Remorseful, Conrad stepped forward to confess, saving the man. He then paid for the damaged property, selling nearly all he owned in order to raise the cash.


    Conrad and his wife saw the hand of God in the dramatic events, and chose to give the poor everything they had left. They then separated, she to a Poor Clare monastery, he to a group of Franciscan tertiary hermits. Conrad lived such a life of piety that his reputation for holiness spread quickly. He had the gift of healing. Visitors destroyed his solitude, so he fled to a the valley of Noto, Italy in Sicily where he lived 36 years in prayer as a hermit.


    Legend says that when the Bishop of Syracuse visited him, the bishop asked if Conrad had anything to offers guests. Conrad said he would check in his cell. He returned carrying newly made cakes, which the bishop accepted as a miracle. Conrad returned the bishop‘s visit, and made a general confession to him. As he arrived, he was surrounded by fluttering birds, who escorted him back to Noto.

  • 02:29

    PW Torch East Coast Cast

    in Wrestling

    Travis Bryant & Bardre Purnell host this 90 minute, weekly caller, email and tweet centered show discussing the happenings of pro wrestling television. Live calls are taken at 347-202-0103 and email at EastCoastAudioShow@gmail.com

  • 01:29

    Wavy Gravy: Saint Misbehavin'

    in Lifestyle

    Wavy Gravy, who's reached official geezerhood, is more active and more effective in the world then he was decades ago. Back then, when still known as Hugh Romney, he stood on the stage of the original Woodstock concert and announced...."What we have in mind is breakfast in bed for 400,000!" He was at Woodstock as a member of an entertainment/activist commune known as the Hog Farm. Today, the Hog Farm still exists, collectively owning and operating the 700-acre Black Oak Ranch and hosting the annual Pig-Nic. And Wavy lives a third of the year in a Berkeley Hog Farm urban outpost, a big communal house he refers to as "hippie Hyannisport" But Mr. Gravy has expanded his activities over the past two-and-a-half decades to include co-directorship (with his wife, Jahanara) of Camp Winnarainbow, a performing arts program for children which takes over the Hog Farm for 10 weeks every summer, and the organization of all-star rock concerts to raise money for a variety of environmental, progressive, political, and charitable causes, most notably Seva, a foundation he cofounded in 1978, initially to combat preventable and curable blindness in the Third World.  On May 17, Mr. Gravy will host a concert benefitting Seva to coincide with his 79th birthday.


    He may be best known to millions as a cosmic cut-up and the inspiration for a Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavor, but it is because of his good work on behalf of the planet and its least fortunate residents that Wavy Gravy has achieved his own brand of sainthood. His friend and satirist, Paul Krassner, has called him "the illegitimate son of Harpo Marx and Mother Teresa." Wavy says, "Some people tell me I'm a saint, I tell them I'm Saint Misbehavin'."

  • 01:01

    Draft Preview ~ AFC EAST

    in Sports

    In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will discuss all the draft needs of the AFC EAST.

  • 01:57

    Adamus Saint-Germain live channeling!

    in Spirituality

    IMPORTANT NOTE: This information is probably not for you unless you take full responsibility for your life and creations.


    Listen to the monthly message from Adamus Saint-Germain, live from the Crimson Circle Studio & Connection Center in Louisville, Colorado, home base for the Crimson Circle. Adamus is channeled by Geoffrey Hoppe with assistance from Linda Benyo. After a bit of breathing and some music, Geoffrey and Linda bring in the energies of Adamas Saint-Germain for up to two hours of information, laughter, New Energy spirituality and intrigue. There's never a dull moment with Adamus and the live audience at the CC Studio. Tune in here or watch the live video webcast at www.crimsoncircle.com.

  • 02:27

    PW Torch East Coast Cast

    in Wrestling

    Travis Bryant & Bardre Purnell host this 90 minute, weekly caller, email and tweet centered show discussing the happenings of pro wrestling television. Live calls are taken at 347-202-0103 and email at EastCoastAudioShow@gmail.com

  • 00:57

    AFC East Roundtable

    in Football

    New York Jets Superfan Andrew Hersh is joined by Patriots Superfan Patrick Siska and Dolphin Dave to discuss what was a crazy offseason in the AFC East.


    - Who is the biggest challenger to the Patriots throne?


    - Is Ryan Tannehill the long term answer at QB for the Fins?


    - The best, worst and most under the radar moves of the offseason


    - What's with all the incest going on in the AFC East? Yes. INCEST TALK!


     


    We are looking for a Buffalo Bills Superfan. To apply, reach out on Twitter @nfupodcast or email us at nextfanup@gmail.com. We are also on THE Facebook. Facebook.com/nfupodcast

  • 00:58

    SyFy Channel documentary filmmaker CHRISTOPHER SAINT BOOTH on-air LIVE!!!!:)

    in Paranormal

    Twin brothers, Christopher Saint Booth, and Philip Adrian Booth, are renowned and critically acclaimed documentary and feature filmmakers; and their work is seen frequently on the SyFy Channel.  Christopher Saint Booth was one of The Ghost Host Sophia Temperilli's first guests when she was 12 years old, and he is returning to the show today:)

  • 01:45

    Sturgis East VS Mashpee Varsity Baseball Game

    in Sports

    Sturgis East and Mashpee baseball will face off for the first time in their respective school histories. The Storm of Sturgis East is sitting at 3-2 while Mashpee is a reversed record of 2-3.  Both teams look to get a win in this non-conference game.  Jacob Tobey will be doing the play-by-play and will be joined by a special color analyst.  Tune in at 1 p.m. to fin out who will be broadcasting and listen in to the Sturgis Storm Radio! Go Storm!        

  • 00:30

    St. Peregrine - Patron Saint of Cancer Patients

    in Religion

    Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org


    St. Peregrine - St. Peregrine was born in Forli, Italy, around 1265. At that time, Forli was governed by the Pope as part of the Papal States, and Peregrine grew up in a family that was actively involved in the opposition, or anti-papal party. Because of anti-papal activity, the city was under the church penalty of interdict, meaning that Mass and the Sacraments could not be celebrated there. St. Philip Benizi, Prior General of the Servants of Mary, went to Forli to preach reconciliation. Young Peregrine, very intense in his political fervor, not only heckled Philip during his preaching, but, in fact, struck him. Philip, instead of responding with anger and violence to the attack, turned and forgave Peregrine.


    This encounter with Philip is said to have dramatically changed Peregrine. He began channeling his energy into good works and eventually joined the Servants of Mary in Siena, Italy. He returned to Forli, where he spent the rest of his life, dedicating himself to the sick, the poor, and those on the fringes of society. He also imposed on himself the penance of standing whenever it was not necessary to sit. This led to varicose veins, which later deteriorated into an open sore on his leg, and was eventually diagnosed as cancer.


    Peregrine's leg wound became so serious that the local surgeon decided to amputate the leg. The night before the surgery, Peregrine prayed before the image of the crucified Christ, and when he awoke, the wound was healed and his leg saved. He lived another 20 years, dying on May 1, 1345, and the age of about 80. Peregrine was canonized on December 27, 1726, and has been named the Patron Saint of those suffering from cancer.

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