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Hoy con nosotros en la radio estára el Padre Mauricio Pineda y el Padre Javier Carralón, transmitiendo directamente desde El Salvador. Estaremos en vivo así que llamen durante la entrevista para hacerles ustedes alguna pregunta sobre cómo va la obra y el apostolado de ellos en San Salvador. También, Antonio hoy nos hablará sobre un gigante de santidad, Ignacio de Loyola, cuya fiesta es mañana. ¡Pasemos la voz!
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347-857-3183 (marcar 1 si desea hablar).
Programa especial del Show de Markad.
Nuestro invitado ahora es un programa: Frecuencia Loyola.
El Show de Markad abre su espacio para que salga al mundo y todos lo escuchen. Con sus anfitriones: Irma Balboa y Marco Bermúdez.
Lunes 1 de Diciembre, 11:00 AM Show de Markad
Lunes 1 de Diciembre, 11:15 enlace con Frecuencia Loyola.
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Harriet Dennis is the founder and president of Issues of Life International Ministries, a church equipping and planting ministry. She is a graduate of the University of Baltimore with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Jurisprudence and attended St. Mary’s Theological Seminary in Baltimore and Loyola University graduate program for pastoral counseling. Her studies led to a pastoral assignment for 7 years with the Community Church of Christ of Severna Park, Maryland. After a 19 year career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a Forensic Examiner in Washington, D.C., Harriet entered into fulltime ministry with the Macedonian Ministries, an organization of pastors and churches worldwide, headed by Dr. John A. Cherry, Episcopal Pastor of From the Heart Church Ministries, Temple Hills, Maryland. Harriet was an affiliate member of the Macedonian Ministries and later became the Executive Coordinator (EC) for the ministry, working with pastors, leaders and churches around the world assisting in the growth and development of their ministry. She established Issues of Life International Ministries (IOL) in 2007. IOL has planted churches in Colorado Springs and Denver, CO and now have IOL Churches in Kissi, Kenya. Harriet is currently developing the IOL Leadership Institute with the vision to provide communities around the world with healthy churches and trained and developed, highly regarded, God-inspired leaders. IOL also holds LIFE (Living In Freedom Every Day) Conference to help people unpack the issues of life in order to grow in a stronger and deeper relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ. The overall mission of IOL is to see people saved, healed, delivered, discipled and set free from bondage and brokenness and to fulfill this mission with the strategy to—Evangelize the Lost—Edify the Body of Christ—Equip the Church—Empower Believers—Enlarge the Kingdom.
Tune in for this episode of the BYGP Locker Room Show, featuring sports psychologist, Dr. Erin Shannon (previously recorded). Dr. Shannon, is the daughter of former St.Louis Cardinals Hall of Famer, Mike Shannon and the wife of St. Louis Rams Defensive Coordinator, Greg Williams.
Dr. Shannon, has an extensive background in the field of pshychology and has worked with many athletes throughout her professional career. She has been credited with helping many players reach their peak potential and manage stress. She has great knowledge and insight into the game of football, that is geared towards helping players succeed within the business. This is also a very good show for parents and coaches, so please share this link with as many people as possible. Thanks!
Best selling author, Laura Caldwell talks about this upcoming book with a fascinating premise and an unusual twist of stories of wrongful conviction.
Director, Life After Innocence
Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Our guest on "NNIA1" this Friday night, June 19, is Nancy Lockhart, a noted human rights advocate in the area of criminal justice! Join us at 9pmEST by calling (818)572.2947. Lockhart's strong legal research and advocacy skills have led to many successes for her clients and for everyone who cares about justice.
Nancy Lockhart, M.J. is a non attorney legal analyst with a sincere passion for researching and publicizing wrongful convictions and issues of grave injustices.
Lockhart is most notably recognized for her work in freeing The Scott Sisters, however; her resume encompasses numerous successful results. Lockhart holds a Master of Jurisprudence from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.
As a former third generation public school teacher Lockhart followed the tradition of creating "outside the box" teaching strategies for students labeled learning disabled and emotionally disturbed. Her consciousness and disapproval of the "school to prison pipeline" led her to work with juvenile delinquents. As 1994, Reader's Digest DeWitt Wallace Fellow - Lockhart created strategies to integrate technology and writing in rural South Carolina.
In December of 2011, Lockhart published "Locked Up What To Do When Your AZZ Get's Locked Up" as a learning supplement and guidebook against mass incarceration. Her website is
Lockhart is available for interactive, community based legal education
Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with Social Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Neli Vazquez Rowland on June18, .2015 at 1 pm eastern as she talks about the A Safe Haven Foundation's veterans based programs, including the Chicago 2nd annual Veterans Stand Down
A graduate of Loyola University’s School of Business and of the Minority Executive Management program at Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, Neli Vazquez Rowland has chosen to use her training and innovative interpersonal skills to address the issues of poverty, homelessness, and the hopelessness that accompanies both. She firmly believes that social responsibility and a keen business acumen do not need to be mutually exclusive. Her goal is to inspire and influence how poverty and homelessness is addressed by connecting services and leveraging investment resources of public and private entities. By sharing responsibility and common goals the root causes of poverty can be addressed by giving others the ability achieve self-sufficiency.
THE JESUITS TODAY
Many Americans, of course, while paying half-hearted attention to such historical matters are convinced that although there may be some misdeeds in history, the Jesuits of the present have changed. Others seem to believe that the intrigue of the Jesuits is needed today to counteract the communist menace.
G. Gordon Liddy of Watergate fame was taught by the Jesuits, and nowhere does he apologize for their teachings or for his philosophy of life which is based on the Jesuit teaching that the end justifies the means. In fact, he unashamedly advocates this teaching as the only way that America can survive. In his autobiography he states:
Fordham was a feast for the mind and a challenge to the spirit. To begin with, it was still under the absolute control of the Jesuits...As much as I had admired the German Benedictines, I admired the Jesuits more... The Society of Jesus was something special—the shock troop of the Catholic Church.
The Jesuits obviously have gained respectability in our time. They have come a long way since John Adams, the second President of the United States, wrote in a letter to Thomas Jefferson: "If ever there was a body of men who merited eternal damnation on earth and in Hell, it is this Society of Loyola."
He goes on to say that Heinrich Himmler used it as the model for his dreaded black-uniformed SS in Hitler's Germany and that the SS swore a special oath of loyalty to the Fuhrer, just as the highest order of the Jesuits swore a special oath of loyalty to the Pope. Liddy says later on that "just as I do, John Sirica believes the end justifies the means."
Key Buzz words, contemplative prayer, experiential Christianity, relational Christianity are key words in understanding spiritual formation.
The Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius of Loyola (composed from 1522–1524) are a set of Christian meditations, prayers and mental exercises, divided into four thematic 'weeks' of variable length, designed to be carried out over a period of 28 to 30 days. They were composed with the intention of helping the retreatant to discern Jesus in his life, leading him to a personal commitment to follow him. Though the underlying spiritual outlook is Catholic, the exercises can also be undertaken by non-Catholics. The 'Spiritual Exercises' booklet was formally approved in 1548 by Paul III.
The Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius form the cornerstone of Ignatian Spirituality—a way of understanding and living the human relationship with God in the world exemplified in the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). Although originally designed to take place in the setting of a secluded retreat, during which those undergoing the exercises would be focused on nothing other than the Exercises, in his introductory notes, Ignatius provides a model for completing the Exercises over a longer period without the need of seclusion. The Exercises were designed to be carried out while under the direction of a spiritual director. The Spiritual Exercises were never meant only for the vowed religious. Ignatius of Loyola gave the Exercises for 15 years before he was ordained, and years before the Society of Jesus was even founded. After the Society was formed, the Exercises became the central component of the Jesuit novitiate training program, and they usually take place during the first year of a two year novitiate. Ignatius considered the examen, or spiritual self-review, to be the most important way to continue to live out the experience of the Exercises after their completion.