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"You don't scare me...I was taught by nuns!" --Ellenor Kirkconnell Ellenor joins us on Wednesday, October 2, at 11:00AM as we trip down the halls of Catholic school... You bold, brazen article! Are you Catholic or Public? Where's the lavatory? The best made-up sins. Saddle shoes are a fashon statement. Soliders of Christ wear polyester. What you learn from sitting in the cloakroom. Offer it up to God! I got blisters on my fingers! God's children only use their right hand to write! Bring your memories and marble copybooks!
411's Sean Comer joins the Man Cave for the October edition of the Bad Movie Review Club. This month we tackle Nude Nuns With Big Guns, which is as awesome as the title sounds. We’ll review the movie scene by scene, spot the Robert Rodriguez rip-offs, and even pitch Nude Nuns With Big Guns 2. This has been my favorite movie to review thus far and I encourage everyone to check out the movie. Plus we’ll unveil our November pick for the Bad Movie Review Club.
Guestss Sister Marie Visse of Loretto community joins us to talk about the fracking and bluegrass pipeline issue. Join Gwendolyn H. Barry / RoundTree7.com & Daughters of Isis with co-host Jack Jodell / Saturday Afternoon Post for interviews and round table discussions with indy media makers on the challenges and crisis we face in restoring a just community ethic and human morality ... local and global. Every Sunday at 6pm eastern
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Lesbian Nuns: Breaking Silence is a collection of stories told by ex nuns. Readers hear stories from ex nuns who discuss their short stay in convents all across the United States. Each woman left the convent for various reasons and each of them is living a full life as an out lesbian.
Co-author Nancy Manahan joins us on SistersTalk Radio to discuss the book. We'll also discuss the challenges spiritual people often feel as they attempt to reconcile their religious beliefs with their sexual or
This head turning episode is guranteed to make the mind wonder and perhaps the blood pressure boil. A story so off the wall and twisted that the Fun at DD hosts had to pounce on it!
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Ten Rose is a graduate of heroin addiction and death, as well as thirty-five years and over a hundred thousand miles of travel without ever driving a car, having a bank account, telephone, or a bill in his name. Ten writes about the rural Buddhist Monks and Nuns of a forest temple in Asia. He can’t speak the language. No one there speaks English. He is penniless, has no intention of studying spiritual discipline, and is amusingly psychotic. He redefines life and reports the details in a manner so intimate and natural that you’ll think you are having coffee on a barstool in the temple with him. You may laugh a lot on your way to Nirvana! You may say “Ouch!” a few times, too. Magic is redefined as objective reality and common sense. Spirit is presented as a functional friend, without the fairy dust. The main character’s life runs through death into reincarnation without ever leaving his body—and he describes this process to us in living color.?http://fearlesspuppy.org
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Hosts: Kinte @indshowcase11 & Yardley @militant_marker Engineer: Kinte Show: Victor Slezak / It Happened in Boston (3x08) Voice Mail Number: (323) 596-7469 Live Call in Number: (347) 326-9541 press 1 to enter the host queue email Talkinghellonwheels@gmail.com website http://indyshowcase.org/talkinghellonwheels itunes download https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-hell-on-wheels/id689687310?mt=2 Synopsis We talk to Victor Slezak aka Ulysses S. Grant and talk about episode 8 Victor Slezak The Franciscan nuns at Saint Stanislaus Grade School taught in the Jesuit mode, placing heavy weight on the correct use of language and oratory skill. Theatre was used as a teaching tool. At an early age Victor’s acting in, directing, and writing plays stemming from the Bible became a normal part of his daily routine and education. Episode 8 It Happened in Boston
I met Sister Susan Wilcox at the Integral Community Seminar in Colorado last year. She is a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph/Brentwood. The order, founded in France in 1650, "seeks to promote justice, to live lives of non-violence and to respond to the needs of our time." She entered religious life in 1999, at the age of 40. She currently teaches at St. Joseph's College in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.
Sr. Susan is young by current nun standards, and has been engaged in the day-to-day grind of Occupy: scaling the fences of Trinity Church property, being church in the streets, bringing Jesus’ radical message of love and justice to the craven corporations committed to the exact opposite.
Susan is a social justice activist in the best sense of the word and fully walks her talk. She has been outspoken about the catholic hierarchy who has accused nuns of being radical feminists for interest in social justice.
The men who run the Vatican thought they could simply clamp down on what they saw as the wayward activities of American nuns. They didn't realize who they were dealing with.
We’re going to talk to Sr. Susan about what it means to be an activist nun in the 21st century and how it may - or may not - be different from what nuns have always done. We’ll also talk about “Occupy Catholics,” and Strike Debt’s “Rolling Jubilee.”
Who molested you? Who abused you? Have you forgiven your abuser? Are you ready to move on in your life? Why are the Nuns just getting in the news? Why do you think Catholic Priest and Nuns are celibate and abstaining! Were sexually abused as a child?
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Bestselling author Helen Bryan (War Brides) stops by and talks about the history behind her latest release, The Sisterhood, set during the Spanish Inquisition. Lost gnostic texts, mysteries & atrocities, and the amazing story of a remote convent and the nuns sheltering the sufferers who made it there, The Sisterhood is a fast-moving saga that spans 400 years and several continents.
Helen shares her wealth of historical, religious and geographic knowledge in this show. She's a fascinating woman who grew up in Tennessee and Virginia, but later moved to London and became a barrister. She talks about that, the writing process, a room of her own, and so much more.
Discipline is related to the word "disciple" and contains the concept of sytematic training and teaching. The 12 steps of AA are a discipline as were the 5 things that the Oxford Group said were the way to live a God-guided life.
These ideas are often called a "rule of life." The various groups of monks and nuns each had such a rule to guide their daily lives.
We use the maintenance steps of 12 step recovery - daily moral inventory, askig God for guidance, sharing with others.