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Dr Chaps reports on these important issues:
* President Obama keeps on suing Catholic nuns to enforce his abortion mandate.
* A Federal court upholds New Jersey’s ban on Christian counseling.
* More political leaders are taking a stand against Common Core education.
"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!
A look at whether spite pays -- and if it even exists.
This episode is dedicated to all the victims of Roman Catholic abuse, whose pain was too much for them and they committed suicide.
I wrote a letter to the editor in response to Pope Francis asking priest abuse victims to forgive him and the church for our abuses. This is a part of that response:
"How can Paul Anthony Carson, whom upon seeing the priest whom raped him walking down the street and then going home and hanging himself, being found by his parents, forgive him?
How can Emma Foster, whom was raped by Father Kevin O'Donnell, while at a primary school whom committed suicide because of it, forgive him?
How can Daniel Neill, whom committed suicide because of his rapist priest, Joseph Gallagher, forgive him?
How can the 30 boys raped at the St Alipius primary school, whom committed suicide forgive him for their rapes?
There are about a thousand or more victims of these evil crimes who committed suicide. Tonight, we honor their memory and call to task the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis, all of the Cardinals, Bishops and Archbishops, priests, nuns and parishioners, who have ignored this evil and to correct it immediately.
These brothers and sisters of ours...deserve no less.
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
When she was 56, Angela Merici said "No" to the Pope. She was aware that Clement VII was offering her a great honor and a great opportunity to serve when he asked her to take charge of a religious order of nursing sisters. But Angela knew that nursing was not what God had called her to do with her life.
She had just returned from a trip to the Holy Land. On the way there she had fallen ill and become blind. Nevertheless, she insisted on continuing her pilgrimage and toured the holy sites with the devotion of her heart rather than her eyes. On the way back she had recovered her sight. But this must have been a reminder to her not to shut her eyes to the needs she saw around her, not to shut her heart to God's call.
All around her hometown she saw poor girls with no education and no hope. In the fifteenth and sixteenth century that Angela lived in, education for women was for the rich or for nuns. Angela herself had learned everything on her own. Her parents had died when she was ten and she had gone to live with an uncle. She was deeply disturbed when her sister died without receiving the sacraments. A vision reassured her that her sister was safe in God's care -- and also prompted her to dedicate her life to God.
It took many years of frustration before Angela's radical ideas of education for all and unmarried women in service were accepted. They are commonplace to us now because people like Angela wanted to help others no matter what the cost.
www.hollischapmanblog.com erome Tuccille's hilarious memoir about religious conflict and sexual adventurism has been described as a cross between J.D. Salinger's Catcher in the Rye and J.P. Donleavy's The Ginger Man. Tuccille saw it all as a young boy growing up in the Catholic school system: sexual abuse of young boys by priests, heavy drinking among the clergy, affairs between nuns and priests, nuns and nuns, priests and priests. When the author questioned the concept of the virgin birth, the physical resurrection, and other tenets held sacred by the church, he was denounced as a HERETIC by the dean of the Catholic college he attended. From that point on he conducted a life-long search for spiritual fulfillment and sex without guilt that has gone on for half a century and longer. This books chronicles the author's odyssey in vivid detail.
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September 18, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Philosophy versus Reality: What are the Real Benefits of Unconditional Love?
Denise DeSio hails from Brooklyn, New York, where she was educated by wayward nuns who placed more importance on grammar than catechism. Immodestly known as Ms. Know-it-all, she has been providing cranky, tell-it-like-it-is advice in a conversation column for over eight years. However, most of Denise’s literary work is creative non-fiction with a healthy dose of humor. In December of 2012 she was diagnosed with breast cancer and spent the better part of 2013 battling the disease. Rose’s Will is her debut novel, which has been welcomed to the literary world with much acclaim for its brutal honesty, wit, compassion and philosophical insights regarding unconditional love.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Have you ever felt the desire to manifest more love in your life? Like many of us, you probably have experienced moments after which you’ve said to yourself, I wish I had been a more loving person. Why did I think and act like that? As I am sure you can tell, I’m not talking about romantic love. I’m talking about our inner philosophy of love — how we feel about it, why we want to give and get more of it, and how it helps us grow our love of our self. This is sometimes called, unconditional love. Some say that this philosophy or approach to loving could be a framework that guides us to making more positive choices and sound decisions. It may also lead to better outcomes in all aspects of our everyday life. What are the benefits of giving love unconditionally?
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We can strike while the golf balls are hot. We can fire up radio free USA. We can give out holy pictures in fron of ACLU stores. We can say grace before meals at burger king wearing red white and blue ar15 t- shirts. We can bust in to the academy awards singing the battle hymn of the republic do the pledge under GOD and shout USA. WE can hand out photos of Tim Tebow in prayer on the 50 yard line. We can watch action shots of his Hail Mary pass. WE can pass out photos of the Pope blessing 5,000 South Korean nuns and kissing babies the democrats want to kill.
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.
I've decided to promote alcholism with a new spin on a common cocktail. Since I have so many problems it's time to consult with the spirits of the dead and the stars above for guidance. Capital punishment madness in the south, a mummified body in Ohio, and NFL concerns regarding the Washington Redskins. So let's drink to Nuns suing strip clubs and the Catholic's Pope poor health.