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  • 03:00

    Tell Them with Pastor Monica St Hill-Morton

    in Religion

    Tell Them with Pastor Monica St Hill-Morton

  • 03:00

    "Tell Them," Pastor Monica St Hill Morton

    in Religion

    "Tell Them," Pastor Monica St Hill Morton

  • 00:31

    CUTV News spotlights Voice of the Gatekeepers St. Germain & the Council of Light

    in Spirituality

    Lander, WY – At the core of your spiritual being there is a connection between the sacred essence and your physical, mental and emotional self. Spirit seeks to embrace the totality of who you are and help you to realize the magic of all that you are.

    In the illusion we’ve lived in for thousands of years, we’ve separated spirit and set it over to one side. Perhaps we’ll go to church or temple every now and then to and have some communication with God, but there’s a lot of magick we’ve missing out on by not living that connection to God seven days a week. As we begin to look to put this magick back into our lives, we begin to come home to ourselves. It brings a whole new meaning to living outside the box.

    Molly Rowland is a trans-channel for St. Germain and the Council of Light. Known as the Voice of the Gatekeepers, Molly seeks to offer light to all of those who are awakening from darkness and to bring enlightenment and healing to all who seek it.

    “I always had a sense of knowing there was something more than just daily life, even when I was small,” says Molly. “Everyone is a channel but not everyone would choose to do what I do. This came with the package when I was born.”

    According to Molly, channeling is how human beings receive spiritual information. The word “trans-channeling” means to bridge across dimensions, and the Ascended Master St. Germain has been channeling through Molly for nearly 30 years.

    “People who call and work with St. Germain are genuinely dedicated to making life changes,” says Molly. “St. Germain is a master at getting people in touch with themselves understanding what they want, what they’re about, why they’re here.”

    For more information on Voice of the Gatekeepers, visit http://www.voiceofthegatekeepers.com

  • 01:00

    Relationships - love, family and more- Annette McCoy and Maureen St Germain

    in Spirituality

    ANNETTE is joined by regular guest MAUREEN ST GERMAIN
    from Transformational Enterprises Inc who has written many books
    including her lastest, BE YOUR OWN GENIE
    Annette and Maureen have a wealth of wisdom and experiences
    to share about relationships, love, family......
    These Ladies invite U to share your stories and experiences too
    Come join in the fun and allow others to learn from your experiences
    and sharing
    BE opportunistic. BE brave, Seize this moment to share on air
    Call in on 347 202 0232 or share with us via the chatroom


  • 00:01

    Tell Them with Pastor Monica St Hill-Morton

    in Religion

    Tell Them with Pastor Monica St Hill-Morton

  • 01:56

    Canelo Alvarez defeats Miguel Cano!! Golden St. 15-0!! Kristaps Porzingis shinin

    in Sports

    1- Boxing- Canelo Alvarez beats Miguel Cotto in a unanimous decision!!!

    2- NBA-
    2A- Golden St. Warriors are 15-0!!

    2B- Kristnaps Porzingis is shining!!

    3- MLB

    3A- NY Mets begin talks with Free Agent Ben Zobrist!!

    3B- Is Robinson Cano a bust??

  • 01:10

    Deepertruth: St. Satyrus Saved By Eucharist when Shipwrecked 4th Century

    in Religion

    St. Ambrose writes: “What shall I say about his reverence in the worship of God? One episode will suffice. Before being fully initiated into the sublime mysteries (First Communion), he experienced a shipwreck. When the ship on which he was traveling ran aground on some reefs and while, all around, the waves were tearing it apart, he was not afraid of dying but of having to die without having been nourished by the Sacred Mysteries. So he asked for the Eucharist from those whom he knew to be initiated into the Divine Sacrament of the Faithful and placed the Holy Eucharist in a handkerchief, which he hung around his neck. Then he threw himself into the sea and looked for a plank loosened from the hulk of the ship to hang on to, but did not try to swim away to save himself, because he had put his trust only in the weapons of the faith. Since he was convinced that he was sufficiently protected and defended by this faith, he did not look for any other help.  “Then, as soon as he was saved from the waves and reached land, he paid tribute to the Leader to whom he had entrusted himself.  As soon as he was saved and realized all his servants had been saved, he went to the church of God, without complaining about the goods he had lost, to thank Him for having saved him and to get to know His Eternal Mysteries.  He said there was no more important duty than that of giving thanks… He who had experienced the great help of the Heavenly Mysteries wrapped in a handkerchief considered it important to consume the Holy Eucharist and receive the Eucharistic Christ into the depths of his heart.”


  • 01:10

    St Germain Radio show, Tues, Nov 10, 8pm EST

    in Spirituality

    Hello Everyone,

    Join us for the radio show on Tues Nov 10 where we will hear guidance from St Germain and other angels and ascended masters on spiritual connections radio.  During the later part of the show, you can dial in and receive very loving guidance.

  • 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.

  • 01:01

    Barefoot Bay Undercover author Roxanne St. Claire on Authors on the Air LIVE

    in Books

    Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes contemporary romance author Roxanne St Clair to the studio. (Affectionately known as Rocki.)  A six-time nominee and one-time winner of the prestigious RITA Award for the best in romantic fiction, Roxanne's books have also been awarded the National Readers Choice Award for best romantic suspense three times, as well as the Daphne du Maurier award, the Booksellers Best Award, the Award of Excellence, the Maggie, the Holt Medallion and many more. Roxanne's books have been published in dozens of countries and are routinely featured as selections in the Doubleday and Rhapsody book clubs.  We'll be discussing the new BAREFOOT BAY UNDERCOVER series tonight in a LIVE interview at 9pm ET.  THIS IS A LIVE INTERVIEW ND YOU CAN JOIN US BY CALLING 347-633-9609. link is live at 9pm ET - http://www.blogtalkradio.com/authorsontheair/2015/11/12/barefoot-bodyguards-author-roxanne-st-claire-on-authors-on-the-air-live

    This is a trademarked copyrighted podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.  Find us in social media everywhere.  Send a Tweet @authorsontheair and @PamStackHost.

  • The Beaches of the Virgin Islands: St. Croix

    in Culture

    St. Croix's palm lined and sun kissed beaches call visitors to spend a couple hours and sometimes the entire day enjoying the natural beauty. The largest of the four islands in the USVI, St. Croix is sometimes referred to as the ‘big island’. The 84 square mile island is home to 53,000+ residents. The 2 main towns are Christiansted and Frederiksted. Resorts and condos are mostly on the north shore and vacation villas can be found in various areas.Take a look at the 23 beaches included in this guide and select your favorites - you are certain to find a few!

    Three National Parks: Salt River which protects a diverse ecosystem in addition to pre-historic ruins; Buck Island with stunning marine gardens; and five historic structures in Christiansted that give visitors a look into Danish colonial way of life. Additional parks and preserves include: Sandy Point notable for its beauty and for its protected sea turtles, and Jack and Isaac Bays. You can fly directly to St. Croix, it has an airport. . ~ Courtesy of VINow.com


    Straight from the shore, no boats or air tanks required! The guide contains over 300 full color photographs that show you the underwater environments that you will experience at 20 of the best snorkeling beaches in the United States Virgin Islands. Order today at www.vinow.com/stx/stx-b/sand-castle-beach/