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  • 00:30

    And We Pray - the Dalriadan Rosary - Celtic Prayer Vigil

    in Christianity

    The Celtic Cross Radio Network is pleased to bring you a new prayer for your spiritual walk from the land of the Celts. The Dalriadan Rosary is not a standard Catholic Rosary but is similar in some ways.


    It is our hope you will join us as we journey down the path of life in a more meaningful desire to communicate with our Heavenly Father and Lord. Praying sincerely the beads of the Dalriadan Rosary.


    So join us every Wednesday Evening at 6:00 PM (EST). It is our prayer and hope that you are spiritually enriched and renewed with a greater love of devotion to the creator.


    If you have a prayer request, please email us at; (info@celticcrossministry.com) and in the subject line, reference this broadcast program. In the body of the message state your prayer request and please be sure to sign it and let us know where you are from. (ie; Country, State, Town). We would love to help and pray for your needs and requests.

  • 00:30

    And We Pray - the Dalriadan Rosary - Celtic Prayer Vigil

    in Christianity

    The Celtic Cross Radio Network is pleased to bring you a new prayer for your spiritual walk from the land of the Celts. The Dalriadan Rosary is not a standard Catholic Rosary but is similar in some ways.


    It is our hope you will join us as we journey down the path of life in a more meaningful desire to communicate with our Heavenly Father and Lord. Praying sincerely the beads of the Dalriadan Rosary.


    So join us every Wednesday Evening at 6:00 PM (EST). It is our prayer and hope that you are spiritually enriched and renewed with a greater love of devotion to the creator.


    If you have a prayer request, please email us at; (info@celticcrossministry.com) and in the subject line, reference this broadcast program. In the body of the message state your prayer request and please be sure to sign it and let us know where you are from. (ie; Country, State, Town). We would love to help and pray for your needs and requests.

  • 00:30

    And We Pray - the Dalriadan Rosary - Celtic Prayer Vigil

    in Christianity

    The Celtic Cross Radio Network is pleased to bring you a new prayer for your spiritual walk from the land of the Celts. The Dalriadan Rosary is not a standard Catholic Rosary but is similar in some ways.


    It is our hope you will join us as we journey down the path of life in a more meaningful desire to communicate with our Heavenly Father and Lord. Praying sincerely the beads of the Dalriadan Rosary.


    So join us every Wednesday Evening at 6:00 PM (EST). It is our prayer and hope that you are spiritually enriched and renewed with a greater love of devotion to the creator.


    If you have a prayer request, please email us at; (info@celticcrossministry.com) and in the subject line, reference this broadcast program. In the body of the message state your prayer request and please be sure to sign it and let us know where you are from. (ie; Country, State, Town). We would love to help and pray for your needs and requests.

  • 00:30

    My Prayer Closet - Praying the Protastúnach Paidrín - Protestant Celtic Rosary

    in Christianity

    My Prayer Closet which is part of our Evangelical Church of the Celtic Cross, has a new broadcasting format. We hope you will join us and pray along. Yes it will take a little getting used to but, it is our hope and prayer that you will be receptive to it and that you find it of great spiritual help in your prayerful life and spiritual walk. Bringing you closer to our heavenly Father all the days of your life.


    Though an Unorthodox and Unauthorized Version


    We have found it to be acceptable and is approved by the Celtic Cross Foundation of Ministry for use with our Protestant and Non-Denominational Worshipers.


    So to our Catholic brothers and sisters in Christ, please don’t take offense. We understand Catholics and Protestants have specific theological differences and we can all get along because we share the same purpose, that is, a life with Christ and Heaven ever after. This is to say that stating with significant difference between the two denominations; Protestants don't put as much emphasis on Mary as do Catholics.


    Protestants believe we don't need a mediator to talk to God. When the veil was torn from top to bottom (Mark 15:37-38) we believe God tore the veil as a symbolic act to say Christ's death removed the barrier that separated us from God. Now we can come to God ourselves at anytime and any place.


    The following is just our Protestant Version of the Dalriadan Celtic Rosary Prayer, using God, and Christ to worship rather than Mary, and encompass purposeful communication between God, Jesus, and you.

  • 00:30

    My Prayer Closet - Praying the Protastúnach Paidrín - Protestant Celtic Rosary

    in Christianity

    My Prayer Closet which is part of our Evangelical Church of the Celtic Cross, has a new broadcasting format. We hope you will join us and pray along. Yes it will take a little getting used to but, it is our hope and prayer that you will be receptive to it and that you find it of great spiritual help in your prayerful life and spiritual walk. Bringing you closer to our heavenly Father all the days of your life.


    Though an Unorthodox and Unauthorized Version


    We have found it to be acceptable and is approved by the Celtic Cross Foundation of Ministry for use with our Protestant and Non-Denominational Worshipers.


    So to our Catholic brothers and sisters in Christ, please don’t take offense. We understand Catholics and Protestants have specific theological differences and we can all get along because we share the same purpose, that is, a life with Christ and Heaven ever after. This is to say that stating with significant difference between the two denominations; Protestants don't put as much emphasis on Mary as do Catholics.


    Protestants believe we don't need a mediator to talk to God. When the veil was torn from top to bottom (Mark 15:37-38) we believe God tore the veil as a symbolic act to say Christ's death removed the barrier that separated us from God. Now we can come to God ourselves at anytime and any place.


    The following is just our Protestant Version of the Dalriadan Celtic Rosary Prayer, using God, and Christ to worship rather than Mary, and encompass purposeful communication between God, Jesus, and you.

  • 00:29

    My Prayer Closet - Praying the Protastúnach Paidrín - Protestant Celtic Rosary

    in Christianity

    My Prayer Closet which is part of our Evangelical Church of the Celtic Cross, has a new broadcasting format. We hope you will join us and pray along. Yes it will take a little getting used to but, it is our hope and prayer that you will be receptive to it and that you find it of great spiritual help in your prayerful life and spiritual walk. Bringing you closer to our heavenly Father all the days of your life.


    Though an Unorthodox and Unauthorized Version


    We have found it to be acceptable and is approved by the Celtic Cross Foundation of Ministry for use with our Protestant and Non-Denominational Worshipers.


    So to our Catholic brothers and sisters in Christ, please don’t take offense. We understand Catholics and Protestants have specific theological differences and we can all get along because we share the same purpose, that is, a life with Christ and Heaven ever after. This is to say that stating with significant difference between the two denominations; Protestants don't put as much emphasis on Mary as do Catholics.


    Protestants believe we don't need a mediator to talk to God. When the veil was torn from top to bottom (Mark 15:37-38) we believe God tore the veil as a symbolic act to say Christ's death removed the barrier that separated us from God. Now we can come to God ourselves at anytime and any place.


    The following is just our Protestant Version of the Dalriadan Celtic Rosary Prayer, using God, and Christ to worship rather than Mary, and encompass purposeful communication between God, Jesus, and you.

  • 01:01

    Topically Yours - Matthew Gilsenan, The Celtic Tenors

    in Entertainment

    Host Deardra Shuler talks with Matthew Gilsenan of The Celtic Tenors regarding their upcoming Saturday, March 16th concert at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts in the Bronx at 8:00 pm. Listeners can experience St Patrick's Day with the Irish music of The Celtic Tenors. Tenor  Daryl Simpson is known for his high notes, James Nelson (known for his operatic style) and Matthew Gilsenan (pop).  These tenors have found a way to overcome their Protestant-Catholic backgrounds to combine together their considerable talents harmoniously.
     
    Matthew Gilsenan was born into a hard-working farming family in North Meath. Raised by parents who shared a great love for music, from the great composers to obscure Irish folk, Matthew developed a love for the artform.  Classical training within the Sisters of Mercy convent at age 10, Matthew benefitted from some of the great Irish and Scottish teachers. Although he studied opera and sang classically, he remained true to his childhood love of contemporary Irish music which inspires him to this day.
    The three tenors have performed throughout the world, recorded eight albums, made television appearance including a PBS special utilizing a style that is nothing short of Irish cool as they modernize the traditional tenor mold.  Tickets can be purchased at the Lehman Center Box Office by calling 718.960.8833 or online at www.Lehmancenter.org.
     
       

  • 00:28

    Wake Up! Radio presents Goddess Talk discussing the Celtic Goddess Aine!

    in Spirituality

    As Rosemary and Deirdra start this new Tuesday Goddess Talk they will begin with the Celtic Goddess Aine. Her name means “brightness, glow, joy, radiance; splendor, glory, fame” and she is associated with the abundance of summer. With the Summer sun still upon us she seems the perfect beginning to learning more about Goddesses and Goddess Traditions. Learn with Rosemary and Deirdra as they begin their studies and share their thoughts!
     

  • My Prayer Closet

    in Christianity

    Praying the Protastúnach Paidrín ( the Protestant Celtic Rosary).


    My Prayer Closet, is part of our Evangelical Church of the Celtic Cross. We hope you will join us and pray along. Yes it will take a little getting used to but, it is our hope and prayer that you will be receptive to it and that you find it of great spiritual help in your prayerful life and spiritual walk. Bringing you closer to our heavenly Father all the days of your life.


    Though an Unorthodox and Unauthorized Version


    We have found it to be acceptable and is approved by the Celtic Cross Foundation of Ministry for use with our Protestant and Non-Denominational Worshipers.


    So to our Catholic brothers and sisters in Christ, please don’t take offense. We understand Catholics and Protestants have specific theological differences and we can all get along because we share the same purpose, that is, a life with Christ and Heaven ever after. This is to say that stating with significant difference between the two denominations; Protestants don't put as much emphasis on Mary as do Catholics.


    So please JOIN US, every Tuesday Evening at 6:00 PM (EST) right here in Studio A of the Protestant Radio Network, in praying the New Protestant Rosary in this prayer vigil. We are sure you will be glad you did.


    And if you have a special prayer request you would like all to pray for you, than please email us at (info@celticcrossministry.com). In the Subject line, reference (My Prayer Closet) and in the Body of the message state your request or even a Birthday Wish, if you like. Just be sure to level us the name date and age of the individual's Birthday you are wanting prayer and wishes for. Also please be sure to sign it with your real full mane, the city / town your from and from what state or provence you live as well as your country.

  • 00:30

    And We Pray

    in Christianity

    The Celtic Cross Radio Network is pleased to bring you a new prayer for your spiritual walk from the land of the Celts. The Dalriadan Rosary is not a standard Catholic Rosary but is similar in some ways.


    It is our hope you will join us as we journey down the path of life in a more meaningful desire to communicate with our Heavenly Father and Lord. Praying sincerely the beads of the Dalriadan Rosary.


    So join us every Wednesday Evening at 6:00 PM (EST). It is our prayer and hope that you are spiritually enriched and renewed with a greater love of devotion to the creator.


    If you have a prayer request, please email us at; (info@celticcrossministry.com) and in the subject line, reference this broadcast program. In the body of the message state your prayer request and please be sure to sign it and let us know where you are from. (ie; Country, State, Town). We would love to help and pray for your needs and requests.

  • 00:29

    My Prayer Closet

    in Christianity

    Join me in praying the Protestant Celtic Rosary. By doing so it is our hope and prayer that you increase in spiritual growth.


    If you have a prayer request or wish to have mentioned a special birthday, please email us at (info@celticcrossministry.com). We would love to mention it and have others pray from your intentions.


    So tune in at 6:00 PM (EST) or catch us in the archives and listen and pray with us. We are sure you'll be glad you did.

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