• 00:33

    Wednesday at Midnight with Trade Martin

    in Politics Conservative

    Join us every WEDNESDAY AT MIDNIGHT for Trade Martin's fast-paced, one half-hour conservative, political talk show.


    We will discuss the most current political news.
    I will also take your calls at (347) 838-8898.


    Trade Martin: While performing his high-energy night club act, Trade's audience is usually unaware that he has acted opposite prominent television and movie stars Frank Vincent (Soprano's & Goodfellow's), and the well-respected character actor, Vince Pastore in the feature film thriller, "West New York", composed and conducted movie scores, and arranged & produced a Grammy Award winning album by B.B. King.

  • 00:33

    Wednesday at Midnight with Trade Martin

    in Politics Conservative

    Join us every WEDNESDAY AT MIDNIGHT for Trade Martin's fast-paced, one half-hour conservative, political talk show.


    We will discuss the most current political news.
    I will also take your calls at (347) 838-8898.


    Trade Martin: While performing his high-energy night club act, Trade's audience is usually unaware that he has acted opposite prominent television and movie stars Frank Vincent (Soprano's & Goodfellow's), and the well-respected character actor, Vince Pastore in the feature film thriller, "West New York", composed and conducted movie scores, and arranged & produced a Grammy Award winning album by B.B. King.

  • 03:00

    Tell Them with Pastor Monica St. Hill Morton

    in Religion

    Tell Them with Pastor Monica St. Hill Morton

  • 00:30

    St. Colette

    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. 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.

  • 00:07

    Regina Academy @ St. John the Baptist Virtual Open House

    in School

    The Regina Academy at St. John the Baptist is a Roman Catholic Elementary School, whose purpose is to help children to:



    Know, love and serve God in this world and to be happy with Him in heaven.
    Become the persons God created them to be, by growing “in wisdom and age and grace before God and man.” (Luke 2:52)
    Learn the eternal truths of the Catholic Faith in communion with our Pope and Bishops.
    Develop the spiritual, moral and intellectual foundations needed to stand up to cultural pressures and transform society.
    Form their characters into future leaders who will be “the light of the world” and “the salt of the earth.” (Matthew 5:13-14)

  • 00:24

    Q&A with SBU Registrar Debra Loveless

    in Education

    St. Bonaventure University Registrar Debra Loveless outlines the functions and procedures of her office and takes questions from students in the university's Integrated Marketing Communication graduate program.

  • 01:02

    Martin Luther King - The American Dream

    in Moms and Family

    Martin Luther King, Jr., was a champion of great principles, laboring mightily and in the end sacrificing his life to advance the cause of equal rights for all. At the level of first principles—in his commitments to natural rights, democratic government, and the irrelevance of race to moral personhood and just social deserts—King’s political thought might properly claim a consensus among virtually all American citizens. But with respect to the relation between those first principles and the programmatic means for effecting them, his thought leaves much ground for legitimate dispute. A careful analysis of King’s political teaching shows that these two elements of his thinking are in tension with one another and thereby account for the persistent divisions over how to understand his legacy.

  • 00:33

    Wednesday at Midnight with Trade Martin

    in Politics Conservative

    Join us every WEDNESDAY AT MIDNIGHT for Trade Martin's fast-paced, one half-hour conservative, political talk show.


    We will discuss the most current political news.
    I will also take your calls at (347) 838-8898.


    Trade Martin: While performing his high-energy night club act, Trade's audience is usually unaware that he has acted opposite prominent television and movie stars Frank Vincent (Soprano's & Goodfellow's), and the well-respected character actor, Vince Pastore in the feature film thriller, "West New York", composed and conducted movie scores, and arranged & produced a Grammy Award winning album by B.B. King.

  • 03:00

    Tell Them with Pastor Monica St. Hill Morton

    in Religion

    Tell Them with Pastor Monica St. Hill Morton

  • 00:36

    St. Patrick's Day 2015

    in Politics

     


    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.


     

  • 01:15

    St. Louis Cardinals

    in Sports

    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

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