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  • 00:46

    Welcome To:The Heavenly Host Broadcast: The Holy Chambers Of His Council

    in Radio

    God Bless you;on this Beautiful Sabbath Day!and for joining your  Hostess:Lisa Marie for The Heavenly Host Broadcast.for Pt4 of The Message series: Preparing for your Thanksgiving Prophetic Pilgrimage 2016! Segmen1 I Minister the importance of the illumination of Apostolic Constitution:The Doctrine of Indulgences Revealed by the Glorious Mysteries of the Lord JesusChrist to His Bride.Manifested by "The Church of the Fathers was fully convinced that it was pursuing the work of salvation in community, and under the authority of the pastors established by the Holy Spirit as bishops to govern the Church of God.The bishops, therefore, prudently assessing these matters, established the manner and the measure of the satisfaction to be made and indeed permitted canonical penances to be replaced by other possibly easier works, which would be useful to the common good and suitable for fostering piety,to be performed by the penitents themselves and sometimes by others among the faithful."Confess,Repent,by the washing of the Preached,Instruction Word of God" IV.7 The conviction existing in the Church that the pastors of the flock of the Lord could set the individual free from the vestiges of sins by applying the merits of Christ and of the saints led gradually, in the course of the centuries and under the influence of the Holy Spirit's continuous inspiration of the people of God,to the usage of indulgences which represented a progression in the doctrine and discipline of the Church rather than a change.From the roots of revelation a new advantage grew in benefit to the faithful and the entire Church. of the use of indulgences"John 10:11-18 reminds and warns the Overseer's of the Flock of God (That legitimate pastors of the Church and above all to the successor of Blessed Peter,the keybearer of heaven, to whom the Savior himself entrusted the task of feeding his flock and governing his Church.)

  • 02:03


    in Christianity

    Seventh-day Adventists, above all people, should be patterns of piety, holy in heart and in conversation. To them have been entrusted the most solemn truths ever committed to mortals. Every endowment of grace and power and efficiency has been liberally provided. They look for the near return of Christ in the clouds of heaven. For them to give to the world the impression that their faith is not a dominating power in their lives is greatly to dishonor God. – {Mar 113.3}

  • 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.

  • 00:43

    The Illusion Of Inclusion

    in Culture

    Hosted by Amen Re MenetHoupe. The Neter Sesen Book 2 Verses 80-81: But I giving thanks and blessing the Father of all things rose up, being enabled by him, and taught the Nature of the Nature of the whole and having seen the the greatest sight or spectacle. And I began to Preach to men, the beauty and fairness of Piety and Knowledge.

  • 00:31

    Pomp - Pompous or Pious - Piety ?

    in Religion

     Well folks I'm not sure where this one came from other than from the Holy Spirit. I wasn't even thinking of the next show, since I have already placed several head of this aready. I have to say though in all fairness, I have been praying for guidance for up coming broadcasts here on the Christian Warrior Network.
    While in prayer I ask, what topic should we do? I always include the Trinity in the decission making process so that when the topic hits me out of the blue like this one did, I then know in my heart what we should talk about next. When it came to this subject I knew I had to look into researching it. Once that process id finished I know without a doubt that it is a message from Christ to you.
    Pomp - Pompous or Pious - Piety, what a title. He is such a good writer. This is going to be a very powerful message. Yet if you don't take something positive from this program, you had best, just crawl back under a rock or at the very least, lock yourself in the closet. That is, until you come to a realization of what this subjects meaning is to you personaly and or what, should be your take on this subject.
    This is the kind of topic that puts condemnation on you, “IF,” you don't really have a care about it. It is a subject that will cause you to rebel from the spirit or cause you to embrace the spirit and admit what ever it is you need to acknowledge.
    So don't forget this shows date and time, make a note of it, put up a few sticky notes and tie a string around your finger and we will see you here on the Celtic Cross Radio broadcast.
    God bless and have a wonderful week... Bp. Andrew

  • 00:53

    Deepertruth: The Rosary Patrol With The Joyful Mysteries

    in Religion

    The Five Joyful Mysteries
     Monday & Saturday

    The Annunciation: Humility
    The Visitation: Charity
    The Birth of Our Lord: Poverty, or detachment from the world
    The Presentation of Our Lord: Purity of heart, obedience
    The Finding of Our Lord in the Temple: Piety

  • 00:08

    Just Jesus #264

    in Christianity

    C.H. Spurgeon said, “Love to Jesus is the basis of all true piety, and the intensity of this love will ever be the measure of our zeal for His glory. Let us love Him with all our hearts, and then diligent labor, and consistent living will be sure to follow.” 

    This is Daniel Whyte III with Just Jesus, a podcast designed to celebrate the birth, life, death, burial, resurrection, ascension, and second coming of Jesus Christ, the impact He has on the world, and the salvation He offers for all people. This is episode #264. The aim of this podcast is to encourage you to begin a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and to begin to live your life according to His Word. 

    Our Just Jesus passage from the Word of God today is Hebrews 2:9 which reads: "But we see Jesus, who was made a little lower than the angels for the suffering of death, crowned with glory and honour; that he by the grace of God should taste death for every man." 

    Our featured Just Jesus quote today is from Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots. She said, “O, Lord my God, I hope in thee; My dear Lord Jesus, set me free; In chains, in pains, on bended knee; I adore thee and implore thee to set me free.”

  • 02:07

    Joseph Smith a Fighting Prophet

    in Religion

    A Fighting Prophet: Joseph Smith was a man of great physical strength. He enjoyed wrestling and other sports where he could display his strength. Under the date of March 11, 1843, we find this entry in the History of the Church, (vol. 5, p.302). "In the evening, when pulling sticks, I pulled up Justus A. Morse, the strongest man in Ramus, with one hand." (p.466).

    Brigham Young once made this evaluation of Joseph Smith: "Some may think that I am rather too severe; but if you had the Prophet Joseph to deal with, you would think that I am quite mild.... He would not bear the usage I have borne, and would appear as though he would tear down all the houses in the city, and tear up trees by the roots, if men conducted to him in the waythey have to me" (Journal of Discourses, vol. 8, pp.317-18).

    John D. Lee related that one day Joseph Smith and some of his men were wrestling. Because it was "the Sabbath day" Sidney Rigdon tried to break it up. Joseph Smith "dragged him from the ring, bareheaded, and tore Rigdon's fine pulpit coat from the collar to the waist; then he turned to the men and said: 'Go in, boys, and have your fun' " (Confessions of John D. Lee, pp.76-78).

    Jedediah M. Grant: I am aware that a great many have so much piety in them, that they are like the Baptist priest who came to see Joseph Smith.... and folding his arms said, "Is it possible that I now flash my optics upon a man who has conversed with my Savior? " "Yes," says the Prophet, "I don't know but you do; would not you like to wrestle with me?" That, you see, brought the priest right on to the thrashing floor, and he turned a summerset right straight. After he had whirled round a few times, like a duck shot in the head, he concluded that his piety had been awfully shocked, even to the centre... (Journal of Discourses, vol. 3, pp.66-67).


  • 00:29

    St. Catherine of Bologna

    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. Catherine of Bologna, Virgin (Patroness of Artists) Feast - March 9th Born in 1413, Catherine de Vigri was the daughter of a diplomatic agent of the Marquis of Ferrara. At the age of eleven, she was appointed maid of honor to the daughter of the Marquis and shared her training and education. When the daughter eventually married, she wanted Catherine to remain in her service, but Catherine left the court and became a Franciscan Tertiary at the age of fourteen.

    Catherine had determined to live a life of perfection, and was admired by her companions for her holiness. Eventually her Community became part of the Poor Clares. She soon began to experience visions of Christ and Satan, and wrote of her experiences, one of which occurred one Christmas. Through her efforts with Pope Nicholas V, the Poor Clare convent at Ferrara erected an enclosure, and Catherine was appointed Superioress. The reputation of the Community for its holiness and austerity became widespread. She then was appointed Superioress of a new convent in Bologna.

    In Lent of 1463, Catherine became seriously ill, and she died on March 9th. Buried without a coffin, her body was exhumed eighteen days later because of cures attributed to her and also because of the sweet scent coming from her grave. Her body was found to be incorrupt and remains so today in the Church of the Poor Clare convent in Bologna. She was canonized in 1712.

    St. Catherine eagerly responded to her call to lead the religious life. Her piety, charity, and kindness attracted many to follow her along the road to perfection. The beauty of her life and death encourages us to resolve to live in perfect charity as a Lenten goal.

  • 01:28

    The Living Room

    in Religion

    Does God break the rules for the sake of relationship?  This episode explores topics such as holiness, purity, piety, etc.

  • 00:30

    PROCLAIM! #10

    in Christianity

    The Minister's Piety, Pt 2; Qualifications of the Preacher, Pt 10; Definition of Expository Preaching, Pt 7

    Our Scripture verse on preaching is 1 Corinthians 1:17 which reads: "For Christ sent me not to baptize, but to preach the gospel: not with wisdom of words, lest the cross of Christ should be made of none effect."

    Our quote on preaching today is from Dietrich Bonhoeffer. He said, "So many people come to church with a genuine desire to hear what we have to say, yet they are always going back home with the uncomfortable feeling that we are making it too difficult for them to come to Jesus."

    In this podcast, we are using as our texts, the following three books: "Lectures to My Students" by Charles H. Spurgeon; "The Preacher and his Preaching" by Alfred P. Gibbs; and "Biblical Preaching" by Haddon W. Robinson. And, I want to remind you to take advantage of our special offer. If you enjoy this podcast, please feel free to purchase any one of these books for your personal library from the resources page on our website -- ProclaimPodcast.com.