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  • 01:05

    Forward Boldly: Dr. John Zmirak & Elena Maria Vidal

    in Religion

    Dr. John Zmirak returns as a guest in the first segment of this episode, in which he gives a critique of the Holy Father's discussion of economics in Evangelii Gaudium. Afterwards, Elena Maria Vidal, author of Trianon and Madame Royale, will discuss the life of Marie-Antoinette as well as the rise of modern-day Catharism.

    Please join us at 10 pm ET Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013.

  • 00:30

    Kama Speaks with Maria Allyne

    in Entrepreneur

    Maria is a proud Air Force brat who attended high school in Germany while traveling extensively through Europe with her family. She credits that priceless education for enhancing her innate ability to connect soul to soul. After high school, she studied fashion marketing at The American College in London, England . After returning to the United States, she obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Communications and later her teaching certificate. At the age of 46, she obtained her Master's Degree in Organizational Psychology and Leadership from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Philadelphia, Pa.

    She is married and the mother of three feisty girls. She feels that coaching women is her calling and is grateful for the ability to do it as a profession. She is known for successfully working with midlife woman who are struggling during this life stage and partnering with them to build the life of their dreams.

  • 00:30

    The Corporal Works of Mercy - To Give Drink to the Thirsty

    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

    The Catholic Church teaches in our Catechism that “the works of mercy are charitable actions by which we come to the aid of our neighbor in his spiritual and bodily necessities.”

    Suffering caused by deprivation of material well-being, oppression, illness, and death are all signs of our frailty as humans.  Our Catechism also teaches us that our need for salvation is a result of our original sin.  All the members of Christ’s Church are required to work on behalf of those who suffer. The Corporal Works of Mercy are the seven practices of charity, based on Christ’s prediction of the Last judgment that we find in the Gospel of Matthew (Matthew 25:41).   We are reminded that in doing these things, we are serving Christ Himself.

  • 02:50

    Cosmic Awakening Show- 11-11 Portal & Dropping The Veils With Maria Bethencourt

    in Spirituality

    Join host Michelle Walling as she discusses the effect of the 11-11-12 portal, dropping the veils, walk-ins, and spontaneous awakening with Maria Bethencourt. Maria has a Wordpress site where she has kept her readers informed of her Arcturian aspect's perspective on the shift and how it has affected her. Maria will explain how we have moved from the matrix timelines to the sovereign ascension timelines with the recent Wave X energies. Hear what it is like for Maria when she looked at the television one day and saw the what the news anchors on tv really looked like, and how she can turn this abiity on and off. We will talk about the volunteers being drawn to each other easier and how much more protected we are now from attack.

    Maria's LightLover Journal site is here: https://lightlover1964.wordpress.com/

    Read Michelle Walling's article on In5d about seeing things for what they really are, light in the movie "They Live": http://in5d.com/hypnotic-code-reptilians-how-to-see-them/

  • 01:13

    Forward Boldly: Guest Elena Maria Vidal

    in Religion

    Elena Maria Vidal grew up in the countryside outside of Frederick, Maryland, "fair as the garden of the Lord" as the poet Whittier said. As a child she read so many books that her mother had to put restrictions on her hours of reading. During her teenage years, she spent much of her free time writing stories and short novels.
    Elena graduated in 1984 from Hood College in Frederick with a BA in Psychology, and in 1985 from the State University of New York at Albany with an MA in Modern European History. In 1986, she joined the Secular Order of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. Elena taught at the Frederick Visitation Academy and worked as a private tutor as well as teaching children's etiquette classes. During a trip to Austria in 1995 she visited the tomb of Empress Maria Theresa in the Capuchin crypt in Vienna. Afterwards she decided to finish a novel about Marie-Antoinette she had started writing ten years before but had put aside. In 1997 her first historical novel TRIANON was published by St. Michael's Press. In 2000, the sequel MADAME ROYALE was published, as well as the second edition of TRIANON, by The Neumann Press. Both books found an international following which continues to this day.
    In November 2009, THE NIGHT'S DARK SHADE: A NOVEL OF THE CATHARS was published by Mayapple Books. Elena has written for Canticle Magazine, Touchstone Magazine, The American Conservative and The National Observer. She is a member of the Catholic Writers Guild and the Eastern Shore Writers Association. She currently lives in Maryland with her family and is working on a historical novel about her Irish ancestors.

  • 00:34


    in Spirituality

    Elena Radford

    Born and raised in Peru, Elena Camargo Radford comes from a lineage of an Ancient Incan Culture. This ancient linage is steeped in shamanic teachings and practices. She has inherited and developed the sacred language and communication used by her people from over thousands of years ago. The tools accompanying these skills are multi-dimensional in quality and unlike others, allow Elena to tap into the DNA and ancestral heritage of the subjects in order to heal them on every level, reaching the spirit and soul, eliminating any and all negative energy. This technique, unique to the Ancient Incan Tribe, has been suppressed over the centuries…

    As a child, Elena’s questions about life were often received on a vibrational level, in stillness, “They just came to me from the plants, the animals and the mountains,” said Elena. During her childhood, this same connection existed with other children as it would come to her in a wave of emotion, feeling their story, their background, their home. Trusting this feeling, and knowing she has a gift, Elena cultivated, nourished and developed these qualities well into her college years until she moved to the United States. “Culturally,” she says, “it was different here and I found people not understanding or embracing my ways. I was young too. Consequently I tried to shut out my natural tendencies of intuition and healing. I thought it didn’t fit into the lifestyle here.”

    Elena’s practice of Inca shamanism includes, activating water, Crystals, and the information within them that allows people to clear their DNA. As an Incan Shaman, she is well revered and respected by her peers. Elena shares her gifts and insights, by providing numerous services to others, including individual sessions, web-seminars and workshops 


  • 00:28

    St. Vincent de Paul

    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. Vincent was born of poor parents in the village of Pouy in Gascony, France, about 1580. He enjoyed his first schooling under the Franciscan Fathers at Acqs. Such had been his progress in four years that a gentleman chose him as subpreceptor to his children, and he was thus enabled to continue his studies without being a burden to his parents. In 1596, he went to the University of Toulouse for theological studies, and there he was ordained priest in 1600.

    In 1605, on a voyage by sea from Marseilles to Narbonne, he fell into the hands of African pirates and was carried as a slave to Tunis. His captivity lasted about two years, until Divine Providence enabled him to effect his escape. After a brief visit to Rome he returned to France, where he became preceptor in the family of Emmanuel de Gondy, Count of Goigny, and General of the galleys of France. In 1617, he began to preach missions, and in 1625, he lay the foundations of a congregation which afterward became the Congregation of the Mission or Lazarists, so named on account of the Prioryof St. Lazarus, which the Fathers began to occupy in 1633.

    It would be impossible to enumerate all the works of this servant of God. Charity was his predominant virtue. It extended to all classes of persons, from forsaken childhood to old age. The Sisters of Charity also owe the foundation of their congregation to St. Vincent. In the midst of the most distracting occupations his soul was always intimately united with God. Though honored by the great ones of the world, he remained deeply rooted in humility. The Apostle of Charity, the immortal Vincent de Paul, breathed his last in Paris at the age of eighty. His feast day is September 27th.

  • 02:51

    Mystery Babylon & the Papacy Exposed, Special Guest Maria Merola Wold

    in Christianity

    Tonight special guest Maria Merola Wold of http://www.doubleportioninheritance.com/maria-s-blogs will be on to expose the Papacy and it's connections with Mystery Babylon in Revelation 17... and much more!

    Let's Talk! The End Point is a 100% Ad Free - Commercial Free listener driven broadcast. Call in at (646) 716-9430 between 10 to 12 CST to discuss your ideas, opinions, insights or just to talk - I will be fair to all concerns, all viewpoints. I will get the ball rolling with news of the day, informative clips, special guests or what's going on in my universe but will freely take all callers as they come and I will give you ample time to speak.

  • 00:28

    St. Benedict The Moor

    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

    Benedict the Moor was born a slave near Messina, Italy. He was freed by his master, became a solitary, eventually settling with other hermits at Montepellegrino. He was made superior of the community, but when he was about thirty-eight, Pope Pius IV disbanded communities of solitaries and he became a Franciscan lay brother. He cooked at St. Mary's convent near Palermo. He was appointed against his will, superior of the convent when it opted for the reform, though he could neither read nor write. After serving as superior, he became a novice master but asked to be relieved of his post and returned to his former position as cook. His holiness, reputation for miracles, and his fame as a confessor brought hordes of visitors to see the obscure and humble cook. He died at the convent, was canonized in 1807, and is the patron saint of blacks in the United States. The surname "the Moor" is a misnomer originating from the Italian IL MORO (the black.) His feast day is April 4th.

  • 02:20

    The Tailgate Show S4E41 Maria Ines Serritella

    in Sports

    We are in the playoffs ... we are in the playoffs .... Naa Naa Knee BooBoo !!!!!!  From cellar to playoffs..... here we are AGAIN !!!!!!  The boys head North to territory they have NEVER won in.  Dont you just have a feeling ???  We will talk all about Sundays win in Jacksponville and New york inside and out.  We have to figure out how to beat these guys and relay the message to God (Gunter).  Then a special guest .... something the Tailgate Show has never done....We bring you Maria Ines Serritella she is one of your Fort Lauderdale Strikers Cheerleaders.  What a great time for a pep talk !!!!!  So tune in right here tomorrow night at 7pm !!!  WHO ARE YAAA!!!

  • 00:28

    St. Gerard Majella

    in Religion

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

    St. Gerard Majella is the patron of expectant mothers. He was born in 1726 in Muro, Italy to a family of seven. Majella grew up in a poverty with a great respect for the poor. Shortly after his father's death, his mother sent him away to live with his uncle and learn to become a tailor, like his father. 

    Majella began earning money as a journeyman at the age of 21, splitting his earnings with his mother, and the poor of Muro. In 1749, at the age of 23, he joined the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer and just three years later became a professed lay brother.

    Majella lived with the three vows of Poverty, Chasity and Obedience. He stayed close with the poor and worked very many different jobs. He served as sacristan, gardener, porter, infirmarian, and tailor. However, because of his great piety, extraordinary wisdom, and his gift of reading consciences, he was permitted to counsel communities of religious women. 

    Throughout his years of life, several reported miracles are tied to Majella. including, restoring a boy's life after he fell from a high cliff; blessing a poor farmer's crops, ridding it of mice; blessing a poor family's supply of wheat, causing it to last until the next harvest; and he multiplied bread for the poor on several occasions.

    Along with his miracles effected through prayers for woman in labor, Majella's last recorded miracle is one that many credit toward his becoming the patron of expectant mothers. 

    Due to the numerous miracles performed through Majella's prayers, proceedings for his canonization began shortly after his death. In 1893, Majella was beatified by Pope Leo XIII and on December 11, 1904, Pope Pius X canonized the man of God.

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