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"My heart feels as if it were being drawn by a superior force each morning just before uniting with Him in the Blessed Sacrament. I have such a thirst and hunger before receiving Him that it's a wonder I don't die of anxiety. I was hardly able to reach the Divine Prisoner in order to celebrate Mass. When Mass ended I remained with Jesus to render Him thanks. My thirst and hunger do not diminish after I have received Him in the Blessed Sacrament, but rather, increase steadily. Oh, how sweet was the conversation I held with Paradise this morning. The Heart of Jesus and my own, if you will pardon my expression, fused. They were no longer two hearts beating but only one. My heart disappeared as if it were a drop in the ocean." (Bl. Padre Pio)
Jen Pio has her Master's Degree in Forensic Psychology. She currently provides case management and outreach to the homeless community. She is a wife and mother with four beautiful daughters. Jen was born in Albuquerque, new Mexico. Her family then moved to California where she grew up in Long Beach. Jen loves playing softball and enjoying her family. She has always had experiences of what people call "de ja vu", or as she wouId like to say, "It's been seen". Her oldest daughter showed some psychic abilities at a very young age, but it trickled away as the years passed. She thinks partly because it was not focused on or encouraged enough. They currently live in Westminster, CA. for almost 2 years since moving from Kea'au, Hawaii where they lived for almost a year and a half. Jen will be speaking with us about the paranormal in Hawaii and her and her families experiences. One of the stories that we all have heard of is The Curse of Pele. "Pele’s Curse is the belief that anything natively Hawaiian, such as sand, rock, or pumice, will impart bad luck on whoever takes it away from the island. One version about the legend’s genesis is this: a disgruntled park ranger, angry at the number of rocks that were being taken from the islands by visitors, said that Pele would curse them with bad luck should they take anything. Another version often told is that bus drivers, tired of the dirt and grime brought on their buses by the tourists’ collection of rocks, started the story at the beginning of each tour to discourage the rock collecting. True or not, every year countless tourists send these back in order to escape the awful bad luck they acquired". (ZACH ROYER, paranormal Investigator.)
Radio Angola (RA): teramos o privilégio de entrevistar ao vivo o padre Jacinto Pio Wacussanga para abordar a questão da fome no sul de Angola que continua a afetar centenas de familias e o direito à verdade e à memória colectiva. Durante a nosso conversa, tambem iremos falar sobre a reconciliação nacional em Angola e o impacto económico e social da subida dos preços dos combustíveis nas familias Angolanas.
A entrevista será realizada no Sabado, dia 7 de Fevereiro de 2015, às 15 horas de Angola, 9 horas de Washington, 16 horas da Africa do Sul, e 14 de Lisboa.
Por Florindo Chivucute
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Radio Angola (RA): Tivemos o privilégio de entevistar o padre Jacinto Pio Wacussanga para abordar a o massacre no monte Sumi - Huambo. Padre Wacussanga, teve a oportunidade falar com testemunhas credíveis duranrte a sua visita no Huambo. Segundo o nosso interlocutor, "O que me dói é ver, entre as presumíveis vítimas uma criança de dois anos. Estive no terreno e algumas testemunhas diziam que as crianças gritavam e imploravam aos polícias que lhes poupassem a vida. Nem com isso..." Padre Wacussanga acrescentou "a minha maior preocupação é a criminalização, ou mais do que isso, a "inimizalização" dos supostos membros da Seita a "Luz do Mundo". Muitos continuam a monte, com receio de represálias. Teremos todos de muito mais cedo do que pensámos, aceitar que ocorreu uma tragédia. Mais do que isso, precisamos gritar para proteger os inocentes que temem pelas suas vidas. Mais tarde, deveremos pensar como enfrentar a tragédia que mudará, em meu ver, a trajectória de Angola no concerto das Nações."
Por Florindo Chivucute
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on September 20, 1918, Padre Pio was praying in the choir loft in the Church of Our Lady of Grace, when the same Being who appeared to him on August 5, appeared again. It was the wounded Christ. When the ecstasy ended, Padre Pio had received the Visible Stigmata, the five wounds of Christ, which would stay with him for his remaining 50 years.
By early 1919, word about the stigmata began to spread to the outside world. Over the years countless people, including physicians, examined Padre Pio’s wounds. Padre Pio was not interested in the physicians’ attempts to explain his stigmata. He accepted it as a gift from God, though he would have preferred to suffer the pains of Christ’s Passion without the world knowing.
God used Padre Pio – especially the news of his stigmata – to give people hope as they began to rebuild their life after the war. Padre Pio and his spiritual gifts of the stigmata, perfume, prophecy and bilocation was a sign of God in their midst and led people back to their Faith. So life at the friary and the Church of Our Lady of Grace began to revolve around Padre Pio’s ministry. A room and priests were designated to handle the correspondence and the remaining friars heard confessions. San Giovanni Rotondo began to be filled with pilgrims. Since there were no hotels, people slept outdoors. A normal day for Padre Pio was a busy nineteen hours – Mass, hearing confessions and handling correspondence. He usually had less than two hours to sleep.
in The Bible
¿Qué significa esta escritura? ¿Honran los niños a sus padres como dice La Biblia? ¿Por qué muchos niños se comportan mal hoy en día? En el próximo programa, vamos a investigar en La Biblia Santa el verdadero significado de honrar a tu padre y a tu madre y lo que los padre tienen que hacer para asegurar que los niños les obedecen.
Rádio Angola (RA): Serafim de Oliveira entrevisto o activista e professor universitário, o padre Raúl Tati, que nos deu o ponto da situação a partir de Cabinda. O nosso interluctor explica-nos as razões das detencões ilegais do Marcos Mavungo, Manuel Biongo e Dr. Arão tempo, detidos desde 14 de Março, 2015. Durante a entrevista, Raúl Tati partilha, assim, o anseio de seu povo e oferece soluções para saída dos problemas de Cabinda.
Perguntas e sugestões podem ser enviadas para firstname.lastname@example.org. A Rádio Angola – uma rádio sem fronteiras – é um dos projectos da Friends of Angola, onde as suas opiniões e sugestões são validas e respeitadas!/
Hay veces que creemos que Dios no nos ama , pero eso es algo que debemos analizar dentro de nosotros mismos . Debemos amarnos lo suficiente para cuidar de nosotros mismos y tomar tiempo para nosotros mismos . En algún momento se necesita tiempo a solas , especialmente cuando usted está viviendo situación estresante. Pero Dios siempre tiene la respuesta.
Hoy tenemos al Padre Milton Acevedo, vicario parroquial de Nuestra Señora de los Angeles de Woodbridge, VA. La reflexión semanal hoy, se enfocará en "Pentecostés".
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7:30 PM - Rosario
8:00 PM - Reflexión "Pentecostés" - Antonio Pérez-Alcalá
8:20 PM - Entrevista con el Padre Milton
8:45 PM - Llamadas
Address of Mr Andrew Forrest, Walk Free Foundation and Global Freedom Network
CEREMONY FOR THE SIGNING OF THE JOINT DECLARATION OF RELIGIOUS LEADERS AGAINST SLAVERY
Casina Pio IV, Tuesday, 2 December 2014
Ladies and Gentlemen, we are witnessing history here today with these brave leaders from all faiths from around the world. Let us collectively give them a very big hand.
Faith leaders, you have created history. There has never been such a journey as yours trodden before.
Today we will have the first meeting with the senior Grand Ayatollah from Iran and Iraq with the Holy Father the Pope.
We have almost unprecedented collaboration between Sunni and Shia, Christianity and Islam, in a worldwide effort to end slavery.
I applaud, in particular, the Sunni and Shia who have showed to me their love and support for each other. This was so essential in making this miraculous day happen. My own faith has not fared so well. There has not been a significant public agreement between the Vatican and Lambeth Palace since prior to the Reformation many hundreds of years ago.
I salute the representatives of Christianity and Islam, be you Sunni or Shia, Orthodox, Anglican, Catholic, sons and daughters of Abraham, and all of the other faiths.
My heart, I must admit now, drifts in an ocean of gratitude that also my Hindu, my Buddhist, Hebrew, Muslim and Christian brothers and sisters have made this historical journey of forgiveness and love and for each other. In each faith leader’s obedience of their ancient and holy texts, representing faithfully their prophets of all time who taught the peace and love of humanity.
This is an unprecedented demonstration of faith leaders of the world coming together to draw a line in the sand to end the scourge of slavery. To draw the line in the sand to start the world on its journey to end slavery.
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