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  • 01:14

    Shelly Nun-Chucks Show Ninja Sunday

    in Entertainment

    It's ninja sunday, just never know what I'll bring up.

  • 00:57

    AMCPress #432 "Facebook Troubles from a Nun Named Nutella"

    in Blogs

    We are satirical news source which provides  uncensored news on numerous topics from around the world. We ransack political figures butcher them to size while keeping a keen eye on current news and events.   AMCPress & Co is the brainchild of Redhood and Alison.  Johnnie is our resident  Techie Wizard. Redhood is our resident international news satirist along with Alison who is the feeder of jokes and frank opinions. Tonight's episode we’ll be ransacking facebook and their latest antics. News about personalized treatment in diagnosing those who have disabilities, then how a nun had no idea she was pregnant… I am sure it was a gift from above. Then how a french couple named their child  'Nutella' which the name didn't last. AMCPress & Co is also apart of the Uncensored Radio Network on Blog Talk Radio. You can find out more about Uncensored Radio at http://myuncensoredradio.com/.



    ** Some Media  (sound effects, news clips and other sounds. etc) is protected by Fair Use.  Beginning theme song is composed by Redhood & Alison and is owned by AMCPress &Co Digital Entertainment. All rights Reserved.  No copyright infringement intended**Find all of our links at http://itsmyurls.com/amcpress.

  • 00:28

    Blessed Beatrice of Este - Benedictine nun

    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
    Blessed Beatrice of Este was one of the most beautiful and accomplished princesses of the Italian Renaissance.  Beatrice became a Benedictine nun at the age of 14 and later founded a religious house at the site of an abandoned monastery.

  • 00:30

    15 Minute CONUNDRUM w/Rikki R. Jones

    in Culture

    co·nun·drum


    [kuh-nuhn-druhm] a question or problem


    Join host Rikki R. Jones as discusses issues, topics, questions that come across her mind.


     


    Tonight's Question: "If I am in MY house....Why  in the HELL can't I find PEACE?"


     


     

  • 00:55

    Catholic Priest Convicted Of Murder - Sin, Shame, And Secrets Author David Yonke

    in News

    Sister Margaret Ann Pahl was murdered in 1980 (Toledo, OH) in what appeared to be a satanic ritual. Father Gerald Robinson would eventually be convicted of the murder 24 years later. A story so shocking that it reads that a crime novel. What drove a Catholic priest to murder a nun? How did the Catholic church cover up the matter for more than two decades? How did cold case detectives bring Father Gerald Robinson to justice?

  • 00:54

    Nancy Bilyeau, MO Walsh and Linda Goodnight

    in Books

    The final novel in the award-winning series about a former nun in Tudor England; a haunting debut about a crime in small-town America; and the first stand-alone novel by a best-selling romance author. Join us for interviews and book giveaways with:



    Linda Goodnight on The Memory House. The long-dead ghosts of a Civil War romance envelop two wounded people whose lives come together at an inn brimming with secrets in Honey Ridge, Tennessee.
    MO Walsh on My Sunshine Away. An extraordinary debut set in the late '80s that involves a teen raped just yards from her front door; the boy who has a crush on her and tries to solve the crime; and the secrets that hide behind seemingly innocent white picket fences.
    Nancy Bilyeau on The Tapestry. The final installment (following The Crown and The Chalice) in Nancy's Tudor-era trilogy, which puts independent Joanna Stafford in her most dangerous situation yet as she tries to decide who she wants to be: nun, wife, spy, rebel or courtier.


    Hosted by Cindy Wolfe Boynton. Visit the Literary New England blog for more book giveaways, author talk, event information and to listen to past episodes -- book-tatstic updates posted regularly! 

  • 02:00

    Shelly NunChucks Show w Claudia Strobl

    in Entertainment

    Claudia is going to be a guest on my show today and she is calling in from Austria


    From Claudia's facebook:


    My favourite Job is to be mum and housewife, but I hope to spread my passion for writings in my first book "My biggest wish: To find you" ..its a novel, with a work from 4 years! Soon its ready and Im very happy! I hope some readers will like it! :-) 


    Ich bin eine leidenschaftliche Mama und Hausfrau, meine eigentliche Leidenschaft aber gilt dem Schreiben. Bald wird mein 1. Roman fertig: "Mein größter Wunsch: Dich zu finden". 
    Ich bin sehr froh, da der Roman 4 Jahre gedauert hat, dass er nun bald fertig gestellt ist! Hoffe, er gefällt ein paar LeserInnen! :-)

  • 00:30

    15 Minute CONUNDRUM w/Rikki R. Jones

    in Relationships

    "co·nun·drum


    [kuh-nuhn-druhm]


    NOUN: anything that puzzles"


    Join host, Rikki R. Jones look at current events and questions that run across her mind...


    Tonight's Question: "Guilt will make you tilt...but WHY FEEL GUILTY after the FACT?"


    347-826-9723 press the number 1


     

  • 00:30

    15 Minute CONUNDRUM w/Rikki R. Jones

    in Blogs

    co·nun·drum


    noun: conundrum; plural noun: conundrums




    a confusing and difficult problem or question     ....Tonight's Question:  Why do you wait until death to do something?    347-826-9723 press on



  • 00:30

    Testimony of Light by Helen Greaves

    in Self Help

    Join Deb and Samantha as they discussing the fascinating work of Helen Greaves. 


     


    Frances Banks died, as she had lived, fully aware of what she was experiencing and where she hoped to go. She was an Anglican nun for 25 years and for much of that time, the principal of the Teachers' Training College in Grahamstown, South Africa.  She was the author of many psychological book. Her last book was Frontiers of Revelation, an account of research into psychic and mystical phenomena.
    Her friend Helen Greaves was by her side as she finally lapsed into unconsciousness. Then, one evening some three weeks after Frances's death, Helen sensed her presence. This extraordinary encounter marked the beginning of contact between them from both sides of the veil—between life as we know it and life on "the other side."


    Testimony of Light is based on these communications that Helen received telepathically from Frances. The writings have been authenticated by those who knew them both and who were familiar with their individual writing styles. Moving and inspiring, this classic book is a testament to the enduring power of their friendship, and offers an important message to us all—that the death of the body is but a gentle passing to a much freer and fuller life. -- Amazon.com


    HELEN GREAVES lived in the United Kingdom and was the author of several books of metaphysics, including The Challenging Light, The Dissolving Veil, and The Wheel of Eternity. Testimony of Light has remained in print since it was first published in 1969 and it has touched the lives of many.

  • 01:08

    Deepertruth: Follow Us With Mother Mary As She Appeared in the Philippines 1985

    in Religion

     'What I am telling you now was told tome by many of these same soldiers who were ready to fire on the people.' Reclining again, he continued. 'The tanks were trying to penetrate the crowd. And the people were praying and showing their rosaries. That is when, according to these soldiers, the Marines who were riding on top of the tanks, the so-called Loyalists (to Marcos), they saw up in the clouds the form of the cross. The many sisters had tried to stop them, but they (the soldiers) told me they had already decided to obey instruction and push through. It is now just a question of ten minutes or so. You push the trigger and there you are -- everybody will be dead.' Again, the Cardinal leaned forward. 'Then, a beautiful lady appeared to them. I don't know if she appeared in the sky or was standing down on the ground. (Others would later tell me they thought she was a nun, dressed in blue, and that she was standing in front of the tanks.) So beautiful she was, and her eyes were sparkling. And the beautiful lady spoke to them like this: 'Dear soldiers, stop! Do not proceed! Do not harm my children! And when they heard that, the soldiers put down everything. They came down from the tanks and they joined the people. So, that was the end of the Loyalists.' Cardinal Sin paused, turning his hands upward. 'I don't know who these soldiers are. All I know is that they came here crying to me. They did not tell me that is was the Virgin. They told me only that it was beautiful sister. But you know,' he paused, laughing heartily, 'I have seen all the sisters in Manila, and there are no beautiful ones. So it must have been the Virgin!'