• Pay It Forward

    in Motivation

    Join Dr. Aikyna Finch and Jessica Leichtweisz as they discuss, Pay It Forward, on the Changing Minds Online's Sunday Night Show. As we approach the New Year, it is a great time to reflect on all of the great things that have happened in 2014 and share that feeling with others. We will discuss ways to pay it forward during the Holiday Season and beyond. Call in at (949) 203-4763 or chat in at 9pm EST/ 8pm CST on 12/21 and join the conversation. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/changingmindsonline/2014/12/22/pay-it-forward

  • 01:18

    Forward Boldly: Debut

    in Religion

    Original air date: Sept. 8, 2012
    After a number of years wandering in the non-Catholic wilderness, Christine returned with great joy to the one true faith in 2003 and has never looked back. With a graduate degree in theology from the University of Oxford and a Juris Doctor from Notre Dame Law School, she is currently a licensed attorney and mother of four.
    The title of the radio show is taken from the battle cry of St. Joan of Arc. Riding before the army of soldiers, holding high her battle standard on which was emblazoned the names of Jesus and Mary, she would cry out, “In God’s name, forward boldly!”
    Like St. Joan, who displayed fierce courage and fearlessness in the face of the enemy, as Christians, we are also called to ride out boldly to fight on behalf of Truth, cutting down all enemies and rescuing souls from death, using the weapons of prayer, sacrifice, personal holiness, & evangelism through word and deed. And like this saint, we are called to take the offense. Not meant merely to sit back and ward off the blows that may come, we are, rather, called to ride forth to wage war against the enemy and attack, giving no quarter.
    Because of her tenacity, courage, fidelity, and humility, this radio program has been entrusted to the care of the Little Maid, that through her intercession it may be used as a vessel to spread Truth and crush error. St. Joan of Arc, pray for us!

  • 01:13

    Forward Boldly: Interview with Charles Coulombe

    in Religion

    Brilliant author and speaker Charles Coulombe returns as a guest to talk about a wide range of subjects: the paranormal, the history of rum, Medjugorje, and the precarious position of Catholicism in American history.

    10 pm ET Saturday, April 5, 2014

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  • 00:30

    Paying it forward

    in Fun

    Well, dear listener, the Holidays are upon us.  Thanksgiving is but a memory and Christmas is fast approaching.  It is the traditional season of giving.  Ken and Beth are starting off the seaon by paying it forward.  Join them for a discussion of the concept and discuss plans on how they, and you, can join in and pay it forward.  Call in to speak with the hosts  (347) 215-9971, join us in our online chat room or just listen in.  However you do it we welcome you.  

  • 01:12

    Forward Boldly: Open Mic Night!

    in Religion

    Christine is joined by co-host Fr. John Fisher to discuss a number of hot topics tonight, including the results of the questionnaire on marriage & family in Germany & why some bishops seem so apathetic, Fr. Fisher's experiences in Medjugorje, and the error of preaching mercy without repentance. This and more at 10 pm ET Feb. 15, 2014!

    Join us in the chat room with your comments or call to speak with the hosts: (6465) 716-4669

  • 01:00

    Forward Boldly: Interview with Beverly Stevens, Regina Magazine

    in Religion

    Beverly Stevens, Dartmouth grad and former Wall Street banker, founder of Regina Magazine, calls all the way from Germany to give an insider's perspective on the grave situation of the German hierarchy, the corrupting influence of enormous amounts of wealth, and the shocking scandals involving abortion counseling and profiting from them.

    You won't want to miss this eye-opening episode!

    10 pm ET, Saturday, May 3, 2014



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  • 00:51

    Forward Boldly: Interview with Fr. Richard Heilman

    in Religion

    Fr. Richard Heilman, pastor at St. Mary's in Pine Bluff, WI, joins me to discuss his wonderful initiatives (including the Knights of Divine Mercy and the Combat Rosary), the amazing fruits of reverent, ad orientem worship (which include, among other things, a nearly 50% boost in parish finances within the space of a year!), and his work towards helping to restore authentic masculinity among men today.

    Please check out his websites:

    ChurchMilitant.com and KnightsofDivineMercy.com


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  • 01:07

    Forward Boldly: Interview with Rick DeLano, The Principle

    in Science

    You don't have to be a geocentrist to appreciate the crisis that cosmology is currently undergoing, and the serious holes in the Copernican model of the universe. The film THE PRINCIPLE explores some of these holes, and offers commentary from some of the most respected scientists today on the problematic aspects of the currently accepted model of the universe. Was Copernicus right, or have we got it all wrong?

    Tune in and listen to Rick DeLano, producer of the film THE PRINCIPLE, offer a fascinating discussion of these issues. We are taking calls: (646) 716-4669. Join us in the chat room at the bottom of the episode page.

    10 pm ET Saturday, January 11, 2014

  • 00:55

    Forward Boldly: Interview with Austin Ruse on the New Homophiles

    in Religion

    Who are the New Homophiles, and why should we be concerned? Austin Ruse, president of C-Fam, returns as a guest to discuss this movement among gay, chaste Catholics who are "out and proud." Are they seeking a change in Church teaching with regard to the "objectively disordered" nature of same-sex attraction? Tune in and find out.

    Show airs Saturday, 10 pm ET, Jan. 18, 2014.

    Austin Ruse has been head of the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute (C-FAM) since 1997.

    He & his team have taken a part in every major UN social policy negotiation since 1997. He has briefed members of the U.S. House and Senate on U.N. matters, as well as briefing White House and National Security Council staff. Ruse has also briefed senior government officials, journalists, Church and non-governmental leaders from around the world.

    He has appeared on CNN, CBS News, MSNBC, Fox News, as well as being widely published in magazines like Crisis, the Catholic Thing, First Things, Washington Times, National Review Online, Weekly Standard, Human Events, Touchstone, as well as a number of newspapers.

  • 00:31

    Paying Forward with Gratitude

    in Self Help

    We need to reflect on what “gift-giving” is meant to be. When someone gives a gift to another, the gift is a symbol of the presenter’s giving of himself to you, so giving a gift should never be forced. Without the love of the giver in the gift, the gift has no meaning. Whenever a gift is received, there should be gratitude.

    When someone gives a gift to another, the gift is a symbol of the presenter’s giving of himself to you, so giving a gift should never be forced. Without the love of the giver in the gift, the gift has no meaning. Whenever a gift is received, there should be gratitude. Gratitude is the moment when the gift and the giver are CELEBRATED.  Grateful people are happier, less depressed and less stressed. Grateful people have more positive ways of coping with difficulties they experience in life. They are more likely to seek support from other people, reinterpret circumstances and grow from the experience. Gratitude strengthens the immune system, lowers blood pressure, reduces symptoms of illness, and makes us less bothered by aches and pains. Grateful people sleep better, and this seems to be because they think less negative and more positive thoughts just before going to sleep.Gratitude is an affirmation of goodness. Gratitude encourages us to appreciate gifts ands to pay them forward.

    Gratitude is not the same as indebtedness which occurs when a person perceives that they are under an obligation to make repayment of the gift. Indebtedness can motivate the recipient of the gift to avoid the person who gave it.

     The quality of being thankful can be developed:

    Start a gratitude journal, recording three to five things for which you are grateful everyday.
    Write a “gratitude letter” to an important person in your life whom you have never properly thanked.
    Teach gratitude to children.

  • 01:37

    Forward Boldly: Open Mic Night

    in Religion

    It's Open Mic Night! We want to hear from YOU!
    Please join Christine and co-hosts Fr. John Fisher (Host of Romanus Contra Mundum) and Terry Carroll (Executive Producer at ChurchMilitant.TV) to discuss the rights and duties of laity--do laity have the right to voice their concerns publicly in the face of clerical scandal? And why is the Adelaide Archdiocese refusing to promote 40 Days for Life? And is the USCCB seriously defending CRS in light of the fact that 86% of its funds go to groups that actively promote abortion, contraception, and sterilization?
    This and more, Saturday night, Sept. 21, 10 pm ET!
    Call in and sound off! (646) 716-4669
    Or leave your comments in the chat room at the bottom of the page.
    Please support our apostolate through your prayers. If you'd like to make a secure donation, you can do so at this link: http://laudemgloriae.blogspot.com

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