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FERGUSON ST. LOUIS, MO Grand Jury - No Indictment - WITH ST. LOUIS RESIDENTS
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Writer/critic Bennet Pomerantz discusses subjects with authors and artists on The Betty Award winning ANYTHING GOES
If you haven't read The Case Files of Dr. Matilda Schmidt, Paranormal Psychologist..you will laugh with delight. The author of the series of books joins me as guest. Cynthia St Aubin
Brief recap of Georgia's win over Charleston Southern
Preview Georiga vs Georgia tech
We have special guests, recent UGA basketball commit Derek Ogbeide from Pebblebrook
Also, linebacker Chuks Amaechi from Arizona Western will join us.
Plus, everyone tell us what you are thankful for at this time of the year
St. Columbanis of Bobbio
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
St. Columbanis - Columbanus of Bobbio The founder of several European monasteries, St. Columbanus was born c. 543 in Leinster, Ireland, and was educated at Bangor. Late in life (c. 590), he left Ireland to establish, at the invitation of King Childebert of Burgandy, a monastery at Annegray. He founded monasteries at Luxovium (Luxeuil) and at Fountaines as well. In 603, a synod accused him of keeping Easter by the Celtic date, although the real charge seems to have been criticizing the lax morals of the Burgundian court. Columbanus appealed to Gregory the Great, but nothing is known of the outcome of this act. Seven years later, Columbanus left Burgandy to preach to the Allemani of Switzerland; when Burgandy captured Switzerland, he fled to northern Italy, where he established a monastery at Bobbio in 613. His monasteries were known for the strictness of their rules (which the Benedictines later ameliorated) and their emphasis on corporal punishment. In addition to his rule for monks, Columbanus wrote a peneteniary and poems.
Be a Genie: Creating Love, Success and Happiness with Maureen St. Germain
What is it magical ingredient that turns an everyday person into a genie? What if, every thought could occur as quickly as you desire it? In Arabian stories, the Genie is a magic spirit that lives in a bottle who has powers to grant your wishes. Some stories call it a Gin. According to Maureen St. Germain, we all have far more power than we think, and we’re all capable of achieving the freedom to live the life we want to live. If you think this sounds like a fairy story – think again! In this episode Maureen St. Germain is going to share the secrets from her book BE A GENIE: CREATING LOVE, SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS, and show you how you can manifest your spiritual AND your material goals – just as she did.
Listen to the show on the Awakening Zone Network here:
Tonight’s show is a roundtable discussion with two very special guests and friends – Cara St. Louis and Pamela Tartar.
Cara is the editor of the online magazine Vortex: Conscious and Courageous. She is also the author of the fabulous book The Sun Thief which is available at Amazon.com.
Pamela is the host of her popular internet radio shows which are broadcast on Pure Momentum Network which is owned an operated by Pamela and her husband David.
Tonight’s show is two hours of wide ranging discussion. We start our conversation talking about the plague of political correctness and then moving into human consciousness, the effects of engineered global chaos, the need for critical mass to turn things around, how voices within the alternative movement are succumbing to celebrity, how Zionism is being exposed, the militarized response in Ferguson and finishing with our final thoughts on getting humanity to awaken.
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St. Joseph's Prep looks to defend its Catholic League AAAA Championship against rival La Salle in this game from Northeast HS. Listen in as the WSJP Student Broadcast Team brings you all of the action from this game, which never fails to live up to its billing. The winner will represent the Philadelphia Catholic League in the City Title game next week.
The legendary Katherine Dunham was more than just a dancer. She was an Anthropologist and a Historian who helped preserve the cultural heritage of African people through music and dance, bringing honor and respect to the ancient rituals of rhythmic body movements that recorded history. The Katherine Dunham Centers For The Arts and Humanities in St. Louis Missouri has been a beacon of light in preserving the rich African culture and inspiring many performers to appreciate the deeper meaning and uses of the dance expression. It is an institution that stands as a beacon of hope in a city so recently plagued with despair. Financial challenges threaten to cause the Katherine Dunham Center to be closed, and dedicated activists are fighting to raise the necessary dollars to preserve this institution. Will the community win this fight to maintain a powerful legacy? Professional dancer Laurie Goux, Artistic Director of SpiritWing Dance Ensemble and a student of the Katherine Dunham Technique, is organizing a cooperative community effort to preserve this historic site in St. Louis.
THE "ALL NEW" DAY FOR AL ISLAM IN AMERICA 11/20/14
1st HOUR - Artistic Sounds of: Common (The People) Raheem DeVaughn (You) El Hajj Malik Shabazz-Malcolm X speaks in LA - 1962) Jill Scott (Sweet Justice) The Roots (Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around)
Producer: William Kareem, Content Producer: Hasan Ali, Associate Producer: Levi Shabazz
2nd HOUR - Panel Discussion from St. Louis: "What's Really Going On In Ferguson?" Imam Rauf Muhammad, Eddie Hasan, Jihad Mu'Min, & Brother Ghani:
3rd HOUR: What's Really Going On in Ferguson, St. Louis - Imam Yusuf Ramadan interviews St. Louis Civil Rights Activist, Anthony Shaheed & Imam Akbar Muhammad. .
We will discuss the huge Georgia win over auburn.
What's remaining for Georgia on the season.
Talk about all of the latest that is going on with recruiting for the Dawgs.
Plus, whatever else comes to mind!
According to the Legend of St. Catherine, this young woman converted to Christianity after receiving a vision. At the age of 18, she debated 50 pagan philosophers. Amazed at her wisdom and debating skills, they became Christians—as did about 200 soldiers and members of the emperor’s family. All of them were martyred.
Sentenced to be executed on a spiked wheel, Catherine touched the wheel and it shattered. She was beheaded. Centuries later, angels are said to have carried the body of St. Catherine to a monastery at the foot of Mt. Sinai.
Devotion to her spread as a result of the Crusades. She was invoked as the patroness of students, teachers, librarians and lawyers. Catherine is one of the 14 Holy Helpers, venerated especially in Germany and Hungary.