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  • 01:09

    Ask MomRN Show - Maria Canals Barrera, Harley Pasternak

    in Family

    Thinking of taking a family vacation this Fall? Wizards of Waverly Place star, actress Maria Canals Barrera, has tips for having fun and saving money on your Fall family vacation.
    Celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak has trained some of the world's most famous celebrities and has to keep them motivated and moving. Harley returns to Ask MomRN Show to help you stay motivated and energized for your Fall workouts.
    Another child has been poisoned by a laundry detergent pod and now one grandmother has started a petition to make these products more child-proof. Erica Johnson joins us to discuss her petition, created after her grandson was poisoned after ingesting a Tide laundry pod.
    Living with diabetes? We have a doctor sharing tips for preventing vision loss. Plus, info on how to handle sleepovers if your child has diabetes.
    Pet expert Charolotte Reed shares tips for keeping our pets healthy this Fall.
    Learn how to team up with Sonic's Limeades for Learning to help our schools.
    Imagine being an artist and losing the use of your hands. We have an inspirational story of a group of artists who haven't let a disability prevent them from creating their masterpieces.
     
    Whether you are a brand new parent or have teenagers leaving the nest in a few short years, MomRN has advice, support, and encouragement to help you on your journey through parenthood. Her expertise has helped thousands of parents as they strive to be the best parents they can be. Join MomRN and her expert guests each week for practical advice for raising a happy, healthy family.

  • TRU Talk Radio Episode 99

    in Sports

    TRU Talk Radio Episode 99 returns to recap this weekend fights plus review upcoming fights plus all the latest news in the sport of Boxing. We are joined tonight by Alfredo "El Perro" Angulo, Joel Diaz and Sullinvan Barrera. Diaz and Barrera are both coming off wins on the Kovalev vs Mohammedi undercard in Las Vagas. All Boxing, all the time 

  • 01:01

    Dancing with Grief in Creative, Joyful, Courageous Ways

    in Spirituality

    CareGiverStory.com is proud to interview as our special guest — Rev. Maria Dancing Heart Hoaglund, an international author, transformational energy healer, U.C.C. Minister and ceremonialist, spiritual counselor, and end-of-life coach who honors the body-mind-spirit holistic approach. 


    Having been born and raised in Japan, then serving as a minister and hospice counselor in the Seattle Metro Area for many years, Maria has served and continues to serve as a bridge-builder in three ways: Bringing more peace and understanding between the East and the West, bridging people from This Realm to the Next, and helping people bridge the traditional religion with the new spirituality being birthed around the world. Late last year, Maria moved to Colorado from Sedona, AZ. She is enjoying the beauty of the Boulder-Denver area, sharing her passion about conscious living and dying, teaching how we can "Make Better Friends with the Last Adventure of Life,"and developing her other businesses around energy work and healing ceremonies. She also enjoys bringing more Peace and Healing into people's lives through holistic modalities. 


    Author & UCC Minister | End-of-Life & Grief Coach | Body-Mind-Spirit Specialist | (425) 367-9788 | www.changewithcourage.com 
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    Co-Host:Life Coach Sandi Jackson; specializes and strongly believes in the emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being of her clients. She says,“When all three are working together successfully, that is when my clients will achieved the physical results they are looking for and are able to maintain their results.” 


     

  • 00:29

    St. Isabel of Portugal

    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


    Born in 1271, Queen Isabel was married to King Diniz (or Dinis). Like her great-aunt Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, for whom she was named, Saint Elizabeth of Portugal dedicated her life to the poor. She established orphanages and provided shelter for the homeless. She also founded a convent in Coimbra.


    There are many versions of the story of Queen Isabel's miracle of turning bread into roses, but they are all fundamentally the same. She is said to have been forbidden by her unfaithful husband to give to the poor. Having hid bread to give away in her apron, she encountered King Diniz, who asked her what she was carrying. Not wanting to let on that the contents of her apron were meant for the poor, she responded that they were roses. The bread was transformed into roses, and King Dinis, who could not understand how she could have possession of fresh roses in January, did not punish his wife.


    Known for settling disputes, Queen Isabel was called the Peacemaker. When her son Affonso (or Afonso) declared war on his father, jealous of the attention being paid by Diniz to his illegitimate sons, she rode between the armies, reconciling the two sides. On another occasion, she rode to Estremoz despite being ill to keep the army of Affonso, by then Affonso IV, from fighting that of Castile. Affonso, angry at the mistreatment his daughter Maria was suffering at the hands of her husband, the king of Castile, had ordered an attack. Isabel stopped the fighting, but the exertion proved to be too much for her and she fell ill, dying shortly thereafter.


    Isabel was buried in Coimbra. She was canonized in 1625 by Urban VIII, and her feast day is July 4. Many Portuguese and Portuguese-American organizations bear her name.

  • LIFE JOURNEY

    in Social Networking

    Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your host for Life Journey on Thursday's.

  • 00:42

    009. Feng Shui con Maria Elena Núñez

    in Lifestyle

    La profesora Maria Elena Núñez nos orienta acerca de las técnicas del Feng Shui.  Con más de 15 años de experiencia, Maria Elena ha sido invitada a participar en programas de interés público en las cadenas de televisión Univisión (41) y Telemundo (47).


    1.- ¿Qué es el Feng Shui?


    2.- ¿Cuales son los beneficios del Feng Shui?


    3.- ¿Cual es el significado del agua en el Feng Shui?


    4.- ¿Es recomendable poner espejos frente a las ventanas?


    5.- ¿Qué son las Estrellas Voladoras?


    6.- ¿Es el zodiaco chino equivalente al zodiaco occidental?


    7.- ¿Cómo puede ayudarme el Feng Shui para encontrar el amor verdadero?


    8.- ¿Cómo usar el Feng Shui para mejorar mis negocios?


    9.- ¿Cuales técnicas de Feng Shui fortalecen mi estado de salud?

  • 02:06

    Maria Lloyd of Your Black World Interview

    in Culture

    TONIGHT: Listen to “The Michael Imhotep Show” June, 9th, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network. Our guest will be Maria Lloyd of Your Black World.  We’ll talk about some of today’s hot topic.  CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 914-338-1375.  POST YOUR COMMENTS.  WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR.  Listen online at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theafricanhistorynetworkshow/2015/06/10/maria-lloyd-of-your-black-world-interview or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com.


                                                                      


    1)  Maria Lloyd we’ll join us to talk about #McKinney, Texas Pool party and the fall out. 10 Reasons Why Black People Should Turn Off the TV.  Kalief Browder committed suicide after spending 3 years in Rikers Island for a Crime he didn’t commit. A new lists gives 11 Reasons Why Black Women Are Single. Also a recent article asks women the question which one of 10 Different Penis Shapes Are Most Pleasurable to You?   2) Update on the Tamir Rice Case in Cleveland, OH.  3) This date in African American History.

  • 00:29

    St. Catherine of Bologna

    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. Catherine of Bologna, Virgin (Patroness of Artists) Feast - March 9th Born in 1413, Catherine de Vigri was the daughter of a diplomatic agent of the Marquis of Ferrara. At the age of eleven, she was appointed maid of honor to the daughter of the Marquis and shared her training and education. When the daughter eventually married, she wanted Catherine to remain in her service, but Catherine left the court and became a Franciscan Tertiary at the age of fourteen.


    Catherine had determined to live a life of perfection, and was admired by her companions for her holiness. Eventually her Community became part of the Poor Clares. She soon began to experience visions of Christ and Satan, and wrote of her experiences, one of which occurred one Christmas. Through her efforts with Pope Nicholas V, the Poor Clare convent at Ferrara erected an enclosure, and Catherine was appointed Superioress. The reputation of the Community for its holiness and austerity became widespread. She then was appointed Superioress of a new convent in Bologna.


    In Lent of 1463, Catherine became seriously ill, and she died on March 9th. Buried without a coffin, her body was exhumed eighteen days later because of cures attributed to her and also because of the sweet scent coming from her grave. Her body was found to be incorrupt and remains so today in the Church of the Poor Clare convent in Bologna. She was canonized in 1712.


    St. Catherine eagerly responded to her call to lead the religious life. Her piety, charity, and kindness attracted many to follow her along the road to perfection. The beauty of her life and death encourages us to resolve to live in perfect charity as a Lenten goal.

  • 00:29

    Bl. Mary Bartholomea Bagnesi

    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


    Pious from her childhood, Mary Bartholomea de Bagnesiis, of Florence, Italy, longed to become a nun so intently that upon learning of her father's plans to make her marry, she grieved to the point of falling gravely ill. She remained bedridden for most of the remaining years of her life. Amidst much physical suffering, Bartholomea served those who came to her bedside, converting sinners, reconciling enemies, and consoling the sorrowful. At the age of thirty-two, she became a Third Order Dominican. Bartholomea was granted the special privilege of having Mass celebrated in her own room. She received Holy Communion three to six times a week, preparing beforehand with great care and spending much time afterward in mental prayer. Deeply devoted to the Blessed Virgin Mary, she was wont to call her "the Mother of my most sweet Spouse." She experienced a vision of Mary in which the Madonna appeared first with the Christ Child on her lap, and afterwards as the Pieta, with the dead Christ in her arms. At the end of Bartholomea's life, five priests at her deathbed read to her one of the Gospel accounts of the Passion.

  • 00:27

    St. Ferdinand III of Castile

    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


    Ferdinand III of Castile was the son of Alfonso IX, King of Leon, and Berengaria, daughter of Alfonso III, King of Castile (Spain). He was declared king of Castile at age eighteen. Ferdinand was born near Salamanca; proclaimed king of Palencia, Valladolid, and Burgos; his mother advised and assisted him during his young reign. He married Princess Beatrice, daughter of Philip of Suabia, King of Germany and they had seven sons and three daughters. His father (the king of Leon) turned against him and tried to take over his rule. The two reconciled later, and fought successfully against the Moors. In 1225, he held back Islamic invaders; prayed and fasted to prepare for the war; extremely devoted to the Blessed Virgin. Between 1234-36, Ferdinand conquered the city of Cordoba from the Moors. Queen Beatrice died in 1236, and he overtook Seville shortly thereafter. He founded the Cathedral of Burgos and the University of Salamanca; married Joan of Ponthieu after the death of Beatrice. He died on May 30th after a prolonged illness, and buried in the habit of his secular Franciscan Order. His remains are preserved in the Cathedral of Seville and was canonized by Pope Clement X in 1671. Ferdinand was a great administrator and a man of deep faith. He founded hospitals and bishoprics, monasteries, chuches, and cathedrals during his reign. Her also compiled and reformed a code of laws which were used until the modern era. Ferdinand rebuilt the Cathedral of Burgos and changed the mosque in Seville into a Cathedral. He was a just ruler, frequently pardoning former offenders to his throne. His feast day is May 30th.She was canonized in 1949 by Pope Pius XII.

  • 01:10

    HEALing THrough Hurt Welcomes Helen Woo!

    in Women

    Helen Woo endured her life. It wasn't living. Raised in a restrictive traditional Chinese-American household, she experienced self-esteem issues, mental and physical abuse, grief, substance abuse, betrayal and depression. Yet she still managed to have a successful career that allowed her to build a bit of a nest egg. Later, when she invested it in a partnership with a close friend, only to have her partner steal all of the assets, that betrayal was the last straw. Alone and raising a son, Woo knew something had to change-and it wasn't the world around her-it was the world within her.