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Hoy en la radio estará el Padre Marcelo Rineau, un sacerdote francés de la ciudad de parís, pero misionero y estacionado en una parroquia a las a fueras de Lima, Perú. Escuchemos palabras de éste apostól sencillo, y entregado a las almas del Perú.
En la reflexión semanal, Antonio hará algunos comentarios sobre la oración, cómo se hace, cómo se adora verdaderamente al Señor. ¡Escuchemos todos y pasemos la voz!
7:30 PM - Rosario
8:00 PM - Reflexión "Hacer Oración" Antonio Pérez-Alcalá
8:20 PM - Entrevista - "Padre Marcelo Rineau"
8:45 PM - Llamadas
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Richard Ramsey: TYLER ROSE CITY COMIC CON 2015 (October 23, 24 & 25) Tickets HERE.
Special music by- Merchant Ships ' Sleep Patterns' from the Album: For Cameron. (Commentary T S Woolard)
Brian Barr talks about his new book: Carolina Daemonic .He collaborates with another writer, Chuck Amadori, on the supernatural dark fantasy noir comic book series Empress, along with Pencil Blue Studios’ Marcelo Salaza for the art. HERE and HERE
Author of The Vampire Hunters trilogy and the Rotter World saga: Scott M. Baker (writing as Matthew Arkham) "I spent twenty-three years in northern Virginia working for the Central Intelligence Agency. I’m now retired and living in Florida as a full-time writer along with my wife and fellow author Alison Beightol, my thirteen-year-old stepdaughter, two boxers, and two cats." Novels: The Vampire Hunters trilogy, the Rotter World saga, Yeitso; & novellas: Nazi Ghouls from Space, and Dead Water. HERE and HERE
Address of Her Holiness Mata Amritanandamayi (Amma)
CEREMONY FOR THE SIGNING OF THE JOINT DECLARATION OF RELIGIOUS LEADERS AGAINST SLAVERY
Casina Pio IV, Tuesday, 2 December 2014
Om Amriteshwaryai Namah
Your Holiness and honoured guests…
I would like to start by expressing my heartfelt appreciation for being able to participate in such an historic gathering. I take this opportunity to express my gratitude for the determination and social commitment of His Holiness. And to Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, Respected Bishop Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo, who has worked very hard to make this assembly a reality.
Human trafficking is one of the worst curses that plagues society, not only for this century, but since the beginning of time. The more we try to eradicate slavery and forced labour, it seems to rebound with double the strength. It is like an evil ghost that keeps haunting us. As His Holiness has stated, “Human trafficking is an open wound on the body of contemporary society. It is a crime against humanity.”
It is the duty of each country to implement laws that address and work to eradicate this extremely cruel and immoral crime and to liberate and protect victims from such a fate. It is also the moral responsibility of every citizen who is committed to justice and social welfare. However, we are all aware of the bitter truth that this problem cannot easily be solved, for the wound of human trafficking is centuries old and extremely deep-rooted.
Human trafficking rips apart the lives of innocent and helpless children, who embrace life with a heart full of sweet dreams for the future, but are left, in the end, destroyed and discarded.
We have been granted the blessing of life through God’s compassion. This life is to be spent performing good deeds as an offering to God. To destroy another person’s
in Pop Culture
The recent tour of Mexrrissey —a Mexican indie supergroup playing the songs of The Smiths and Morrissey in Spanish and with Latin arrangements— revived the flames of one of pop culture's most interesting phenomena: the devotion the Manchester singer generates among Latinos in the United States, Mexico and the rest of Latin America.
On the surface, it is a paradox: a gloomy, tortured and over-sensitive singer-poet from England would have no possible appeal to hard-working and tough macho men from Mexico. But reality —as Latinos well know— is way more complex than any given set of stereotypes.
Take a trip to Mexchester with José Manuel Simián and Marcelo Báez.
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Miss Naiya Marcelo and Syndee will talking about all of the latest entertainment and celebrity news.. also as a bonus they will give you the behind scenes scoop from lastnight meeting the legendary group Cameo, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, and Lakeside just to name a few. You don't want to miss this jam packed episode!!
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You've probably heard the news by now: the variety TV show Sábado Gigante will end his record-breaking 53-year run on the air come September.
The show started in Chile in 1962, but after moving to Miami in 1986, it became an institution of Latino television in the United States, and a cultural touchstone of the immigrant experience.
But Sábado Gigante was not free of controversy: even when the immediate reactions after the news of the show's cancelation broke were cries of "devastation," as they days went a very different reaction came to light. Several critics expressed their hatred of a show they considered "racist and misogynistic."
Here, José Manuel Simián and Marcelo Báez discuss the impact of the Sábado Gigante on Latino pop culture, and interview blogger Laura Martínez and former member of the show's Clan Infantil, Paz Zárate.
UPDATE: During his interview with Laura Martínez, José Manuel Simián made an implicit reference to Univisión's host Fernando Fiore, who is no longer with the network.
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Papi chulo. Hey, papi, ven p’acá. That guy is such a papi. Ay, papi.
There’s so many uses for that word, but what does it mean? Is it a distinctive form of Latino manhood? Is it a stereotype emanated from our pop stars? Is it a good or a bad thing? What’s the difference between being a papi and a Latin lover? Or is it just a Latino twist on being a metrosexual? More importantly, if it is a cheesy attitude or style, can Latinos make fun of other Latinos?
Listen to José Manuel Simián and Marcelo Báez go down the hole of papihood hoping they make it out alive.
A new era for the Fort Lauderdale Strikers has begun. New owners, new players and a new head coach. This week we get to know the new Strikers head coach Marcelo Neveleff. We'll talk about his new team that has 16 new players and their result against the New York Cosoms.
We don't know much about Coach Nevelff but we will soon. Tune in to find out more.
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Former Playboy models making all the kids (and dads!) of Latin America sing and dance? An orphan kid living in a barrel while everyone acts like it’s no big deal? Talking turds? Suicidal tías? A puppet mouse speaking with sexual innuendos? A rip-off of Miss Piggy that made kids watch in a strange mix of morbidity and pleasure?
Yep, those are some of the things Latin American kids of the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s were exposed to through television programming apparently devised for them.
José Manuel Simián and Marcelo Báez talk about this and more on the second episode of the Manero Pop Podcast
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Is there a particular brand of Latino cool, different from the mainstream American one? Which icons define coolness in the Latino world? What is the opposite of Latino cool? And more importantly: what does all of this have to do with Willie Colón and Marc Anthony? These are some of the questions that José Manuel Simián (Executive Editor of Manero) and Marcelo Báez (DJ, musician and contributor to Manero) tackle in the first episode of the Manero Pop Podcast—a free-form biweekly conversation on Latino pop culture.
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Mansher Khera is a purple belt under Marcelo Garcia, Khera has had a breakout run, qualifying for the Abu Dhabi World Pro at the Montreal Trials and winning both the Spring and Summer New York Open in the lightweight category. However, his best showing came at this past World Championship, where he took silver after seven hard fights against former Worlds medalists and World champions. We will talk his upcoming match, being a part of an event like this, and much more.
Our next guest is the main event Jonathan Satava. Jonathan just recently received his Black belt and we will of course talk to him about the whole experience. Receiving such an accomplishment before this event, has got to make it that much sweeter. We will also talk to him about some of his biggest accomoplishments, traveling to Abu Dhabi, and of course his future goals.
Our next guest made his UFC debut at UFC 182 and added yet another TKO to his professional record. Cody "No Love" Garbrandt is on the show and do we have plenty to talk about. We will talk Cody's amazing UFC debut where he put away Marcus Brimage in the third round, we will also talk with Cody about his nickname, training with Team Alpha Male, leaving his home to chase his dream, and of course all of his ink. Follow Cody on Twitter @Cody_Nolove
The last hour of the show we have on "The World's Most Dangerous Man" Ken Shamrock. Ken is back in the headlines and this time, he's stepping into the Bare Knuckle Boxing world to take on legendary tough guy James Quinn. We will talk with Ken about how this match up came to be and why he is not fighting Decca Heggie, Just know Ken doesn't duck fights, but if the money doesn't make sense it doesn't make sense... I'll let Ken explain that side of things. Don't miss out on this interview as we will also talk to Ken about his Ministry and his new product Shamrock Slam. Follow Ken on Twitter @ShamrockKen
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