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On this POWERFUL program, we will be discussing two primary subjects. The first half of the show we will be discussing a new product known as: MOORISH-AMERICAN MIST! Also, on the second half of the program we will be discussing the Sisters Retreat of 2015! Call us at 646-478-4713 at 6:30pm EST.
Episode begins with the Power of Humility and Obedience Broadcast. Afterwhich, we will go into the Church Development portion of the Episode: Prayer Summits: Seeking God's Agenda for Your Community. We will look into the subject of: "What do we do at the retreat center?"
In the personal development series: Empowering People is the subject matter.
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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back Mat Dauzat and Heather St. Marie of Dauzat St. Marie to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss their music journey and new project. The duo will also discuss their single TIME SLIPS AWAY.
On the Tuesday edition of Sports Time Radio Dan the Man and The Big Jack welcome Patrick Karracker from www. ArchAuthority.com to the podcast to preview the St. Louis cardinals 2015 season. Can the Cardinals continue to dominant the N.L. Central or will the Pittsburgh Pirates or the Chicago Cubs knock them off the top of the division. They'll cover the batting order starting rotation and how the bullpen will set up along with an other pressing Cardinals matters. Remember it's all sports all the time. Follow us on Twitter @SportsTimeRadio @DanZeeeMan @Burketime and @MrFanofSports also check out www.SportsTimeRadio.com
The St. Patrick’s Day parade in Boston will make history this Sunday as two gay and lesbian groups join the fun.
The advocacy group Boston Pride and OutVets, a group of gay military veterans, have been welcomed by the organizers.
‘‘This is a tremendous leap forward,’’ Boston Pride organizer Sylvain Bruni said Friday.
Until now, gay rights groups have been barred by the South Boston Allied War Veterans Council from marching in the parade, which draws as many as a million spectators each year. Twenty years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the organizers’ right to keep gays out.
In this segment I want to talk about St. Patrick. Who was he? What was his cause? On this day we celebrate many things such as:food,drink and parades, but are we doing justice to St. Patrick's Day. Is our culture influenced by our traditons or our faith. FaithTalk hosted by Peter Jannetti talks about the issues from a biblical world view.
Mike Silva and Joe Buono are joined by Mike Vaccaro of the NY Post to discuss St. John's decision to fire Steve Lavin as their basketball coach, what candidates stand out and updates from the South Region Finals in Houston. Chris Carelli of Yankees Unscripted talks about the Bombers as we head to the final days of spring training. Are the Mets a better story than the Yankees? The guys discuss.
Kiss me I'm Irish! How many of you have tried to be Irish so you could snitch a kiss on St.Paddy's Day? When you were a child and the game of the day was to wear Green so that you didn't get pinched did you wear green? Or, were you the child that intentionally did not wear
Green so people pinched you? Did you try to be like the other children when you were little. Would you paint your skin green to be accepted? Why do we celebrate St. Patrick'sDay?
Do you drink Green Beer on this holiday? We will talk about more than this holiday if you call in to change the subject! Please call! Thank you!
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
St. Colette -- Colette was the daughter of a carpenter named DeBoilet at Corby Abbey in Picardy, France. She was born on January 13, christened Nicolette, and called Colette. Orphaned at seventeen, she distributed her inheritance to the poor. She became a Franciscan tertiary, and lived at Corby as a solitary. She soon became well known for her holiness and spiritual wisdom, but left her cell in 1406 in response to a dream directing her to reform the Poor Clares. She received the Poor Clares habit from Peter de Luna, whom the French recognized as Pope under the name of Benedict XIII, with orders to reform the Order and appointing her Superior of all convents she reformed. Despite great opposition, she persisted in her efforts. She founded seventeen convents with the reformed rule and reformed several older convents. She was reknowned for her sanctity, ecstacies, and visions of the Passion, and prophesied her own death in her convent at Ghent, Belgium. A branch of the Poor Clares is still known as the Colettines. She was canonized in 1807. Her feast day is March 6th.
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