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Gwyneth Paltrow Fail.
Cardinal Francis George, the man.
The fight for fifteen.
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Hilary Needs a progessive challenge.
NFL Draft Prospect
Ricky Seale, RB, Stanford
As a Fifth-Year Senior (2014) •
Game-by-Game Statistics • 11 games played • 23 carries for 57 yards • Three rushes for two yards, one catch for seven yards vs. UC Davis • One rush for three yards vs. USC • Two rushes for seven yards, one catch for three yards vs. Army • Five rushes for 11 yards at Cal • Three rushes for 12 yards at UCLA • Four rushes for 11 yards and first career touchdown vs. Maryland Seale has been a fixture in the Cardinal offense and looks the carry over his collegiate success to the NFL. His father Sam Seale was a 10 year veteran in the NFL and currently resides as a regional scout for the Green Bay Packers. NFL pedigree goes along and hopefully Ricky and follow in his father's footsteps but make a new path of his own. Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Ricky Seale of Stanford on the College2pro.com Player's Platform Show.
In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the life of Cardinal Edward Michael Egan, Archbishop Emeritus of New York. He gives a brief summary of his life, priesthood and work in the Catholic Church. The Cardinal passed away on March 5, 2015 after having a cardiac arrest. May he rest in peace. Farewell friend!
Images are from Google images. Those watermarked www.sacerdotus.com are personal photos Sacerdotus took of the Cardinal.
BSR Radio will be discussing Stanford's horrible loss in the Rose Bowl and what they could have done differently. We will also talk about the Golden State Warriors dominant play over the last couple of weeks. Lastly, we will talk about the Bay Area college basketball scene.
In this episode, Sacerdotus speaks on the life of the late Cardinal John Joseph O'Connor, Archbishop of New York. The late Cardinal was a very outspoken man of God. He spoke out against the horrors of abortion and defended the Church's teachings despite opposition. As Archbishop of New York, he started the first AIDS unit meant to care for HIV/AIDS patients. However, his defense of Catholic teaching would put him at odds with the LGBT. Some of them even celebrated his death after he passed away due to a brain tumor.
Images are from Google
On the tenth episode of the of the Pac-12 Networks Basketball Podcast, Mike Yam and Kevin O'Neill wrap-up the 2015 season with a recap of the NCAA Tournament, Stanford's classy grab of the NIT title as well as a look-ahead to what's in store for Pac-12 basketball teams during the 2015-2016 season.
The duo welcome Pac-12 Networks analyst and former Arizona basketball star Matt Muehlebach to the chronological recruiting segment of "The Recruit" as KO and Muehlebach conclude their journey as a recruiter and recruit during their time as Wildcats. You don't want to miss the conclusion of the unique relationship the two have shared over the past 10 podcast episodes.
Lori and Alice share with listeners this link to an interview with Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke. His interviewer is Matthew James Christoff of the New Emangelization Project. Our candid discussion will include quotations from Cardinal Burke's interview. Our time together promises to be edgy, honest and lively! Faith is a journey - and healthy discussion about hard topics is part of that journey! We hope you agree - we hope you will join us!
April 20th aka 4/20... is known as the unofficial holiday celebrating marijuana. The GreenHouse FX Radio Show will look at "The FX of Marijuana." It's history in the U.S... The debate of legalization... It's medical benefits. And ask for your opinion... What do you think?
Also, with the recent passing of Cardinal Francis George, TGHE looks at his legacy in Chicago and throughout the world. In additional, look at the impact of religion in today's society.
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