• 01:15

    Deepertruth: St. Vincent de Paul Active In Missionary Work

    in Religion

    Jesus gave this example, “And he sat down and called the Twelve and he said to them, “If any one would be first, he must be last of all and servant of all.” And he took a child, and put him in the midst of them; and taking him in his arms, he said to them, “Whoever receives one such child in my name receives me; and whoever receives me, receives not me but him who sent me.” (Mark 9:35-37)


    Acts Chapter 6 informs us that the Apostles established an order of deacons to help them with the care of the widows. The Church has always needed help to take care of the poor. We do become the Lord’s hands when we do his will, to take care of the needy.


    Through the inspiration of St. Vincent de Paul, the founders of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul would come to the United States in 1845 beginning at the Basilica of St. Louis.


    This Basilica, commonly called “The Old Cathedral”, was named in honor of St. Louis, King of France.


    Father John Timon, a Vincentian priest from Pennsylvania, would establish a local chapter in Louisville Kentucky in 1854 and the Society has never looked back since.


    The Society has a broad outreach that has helped untold millions of people all over the world.


    They continue to help the poor regardless of background of those needing help.


    According to their webpage, it states, “The St Vincent de Paul Society’s members and volunteers reach out to the most vulnerable in our community through our Conferences, Special Works and Vinnies shops. Members and volunteers assist people in need and do not discriminate against cultural, religious or political beliefs.”

  • 01:27

    Exclusive interview with St. Paul City Council candidate Ward 1 - Trahern Crews

    in News

    Trahern Crews is in it to win it. The Green Party candidate had no issue sealing the endorsement of his peers to run for a city council that is void cultural competent leadership. 


    Join the team of Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen has handle current events and talk about a conference where a local pastor went crazy. 


    There is a lot to talk about on Wednesday night. The phone lines will be open. 


     

  • 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)

  • 02:17

    Amtrak finally arrives at St. Paul Union Depot

    in Hobbies

    On May 7th, the City of St. Paul, Minnesota and the Ramsey County Railroad Authority finally got an Amtrak to start stopping at their newly renovated Union Depot. The depot opened last year, and is a mulitmodal station. Union Depot held a morning press conference during which various officials made speeches including President and CEO of Amtrak, Joe Boardman and Asst. Director of the FRA, Karen Hedlund. We will listen to President Boardman's remarks, We will also speak to the author of a book on Union Depot, John Diers. The Chairman of the Ramsey County Railroad Authority and the Director are guests,  We also visit with Thomas Whaley, a member of the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce and one of the owners of the St. Paul Saints.

  • 00:35

    Sacred Sunday~Acts 27/St. Paul Sets Sail with a Wing and A Prayer

    in Paranormal

    Welcome Church! We are here every Sunday to read the Bible, tell personal stories and pray together because when two or more are gathered.....In a non-judgemental down to earth format. God bless you every one!


    Acts Chapter 27~Paul sets sails for Rome. Bon voyage!




    He is put on a ship with other prisoners headed for Italy, but the journey isn't quick or easy. When the ship docks in Crete for a bit, Paul warns them not to go onto the island. For some odd reason, the soldiers and sailors don't listen to the criminal in their midst.

    Once they set sail the winds pick up and things are not looking good. It's a northeaster and it rocks the ship around for days. Food and supplies run short. Everyone thinks they're gonna die.

    Um, I told you so, Paul says. He explains that he saw a vision all about this. The good news is they're all gonna make it in one piece to Rome. The bad news is the ship is not. After fourteen days of storm and terror, the sailors think they might be near land, so some of them lower boats to escape the ship. As the sun is coming up, Paul offers everyone food. Apparently no one has eaten for fourteen days because they've been busy freaking out at sea. He breaks bread and gives thanks to God and then passes it out to everyone. Thanks so much to www.shmoop.com



     

  • 03:00

    Tell Them with Pastor Monica St. Hill-Morton

    in Religion

    Tell Them with Pastor Monica St. Hill-Morton

  • 02:57

    Tell Them with Pastor Monica St Hill Morton

    in Religion

    Tell Them with Pastor Monica St Hill Morton

  • 01:43

    Celebrity Interview - Paul Scharff

    in Entertainment

    Today, I welcome a warrior to my radio show. He is a fighter to find peace for himself and his family relative to the murder of his father. He is a strong willed survivor who has the wherewithall to withstand a long fight to find justice. A former military man, Paul was always searching to seek out the truth about Ronald Scharff's untimely death. Through the help of Holly Hager and Frank Cullotta, he was able to discover the details surrounding that unforgettable evening. We will discuss his diary of description and deception by McHenry men, his life after the book and also what awaits him in the future. A must attend event I say.

  • 01:57

    Field St Forum Radio Podcast Talking Georgia Sports and Recruiting

    in Football

    Tonight, Field St Forum Radio podcast is back live at 8 pm EST


    We will discuss the UGA coaching staff changes this past week, the Georgia basketball program, and the latest in UGA recruiting news #SQUAD16 and beyond!


    Plus we will have not one but two surprise guests!


    Give us a call and chat w/us or just listen in...


    347-637-2507

  • 00:30

    St. Odillia

    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. Odillia -- About the year 300, Saint Odilia and ten other virgins set out from England on a pilgrimage to the East. By accident or plan the ship in which they sailed went up the Rhine. They were captured by some soldiers and taken to Cologne. There the young women were killed in defense of their Christian faith and their purity. St. Odilia's future role as the Patroness of the Order of the Holy Cross is pictured by the Crosier standard and her motto, "I have chosen the cross."

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