• 01:53

    ABRAHAM !!

    in The Bible

    Abraham...the greatest patriarch in the history of nations. Claimed as the forefather of the progenitors that brought forth the 3 greatest religious belief systems ever known (Islam,Judaism,Christianity). What was the true purpose of this man and how should we look t him today? Is he even relevant to us today?

  • 01:43


    in Spirituality


  • 01:30

    Didache - The Teaching of the Apostles

    in Religion

    The passages from Barnabas, Hermas, the Apostolic Constitutions, and the Epitome serve as an introduction to the Didache as discovered by Bryennius, and published at Constantinople from the Codex Hierosolymitanus. No other manuscript or version of it has been found, but there is no reason to doubt that it is a genuine manuscript of the eleventh century. It contains, besides the first and second Epistles of Clement, a complete text of the longer recension of Ignatius, "The Epistle of Barnabas," "The Synopsis of St. Chrysostom," and "The Teaching of the Apostles," which comes between the Clement and Ignatius.

  • 00:59

    World War III is a Cyber War and it Has Begun

    in Politics Conservative

    Did North Korea attack Sony?  Did Islamic Iranian hackers target airlines?  Malware panic seizes America.  Is North Korea working with Iran?  The Axis of Evil is alive and well. 

    The Federal Bureau of Investigation has warned U.S. businesses that hackers have used malicious software to launch a destructive cyberattack in the United States, following a devastating breach last week at Sony Pictures Entertainment.

    The new war will be fought by tech warriors like Eric Schiffer, cyber security expert and is Chairman and CEO of Patriarch Equity, and DigitalMarketing.com.  Eric is an advanced tech expert, all his companies are armed and equipped with large digital security divisions and revolutionary cutting edge technology.


    Tags:  cyber attack, Sony, North Korea, Iran, FBI, Obama, Eric Schiffer, cyber security, hackers, malware

  • 01:00

    LatinoTalk Texas 2014, 0039 Thanksgiving, Christmas & Catholic news

    in Politics

    On today's show, I discuss first the importance and significance of both the Thanksgiving holiday and the beginning of the Christmas season which began yesterday with Advent. I also point out the importance of praying for those less fortunate who suffer in poverty and oppression. I urge you to give to poor during the Christmas season as well. On the line of religion which is so important to Latinos, I read two important news articles related to that. Bishop Chaput of Philadelphia gives an interview regarding Pope Francis' visit there coming next year and comments on the nature of biased news reporting concerning the Pontiff's commentary. In another article concerning Pope Francis, the Pontiff met with Patriarch Bartholomew I in Istanbul, Turkey over the weekend and the Pontiff received the blessing of the Patriarch in the form of a kiss upon his head. This is a continuing of the efforts of reapproachment by Saint Pope John Paul, The Great, who sought to engage in diplomatic and religious amity with the Orthodox and Protestant Churches. Pope Benedict XVI also continued the effort and made great strides in connecting with members of the Episcopal Churches. Pope Francis continues this effort and this event marks another great stride forward as it is recognized that the two churches are co-equal and parallel in their direction. I then read an article about a Rasmussen poll that reportedly shows that 62% of "LIKELY' voters opposed Obama's executive action regarding immigration. Though I read the article I also criticize it as being biased and the poll as also being biased and aimed at propaganda possibly. I also read an article concerning the slight slowing of "Black Friday" sales this year. Lastly, I read briefly the news about the upcoming test launch of the new NASA space exploration capsule, Orion. I am very excited about this new spacecraft.

  • 00:29

    Bl. John of Parma

    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

    Bl. John of Parma - The seventh general minister of the Franciscan Order, John was known for his attempts to bring back the earlier spirit of the Order after the death of St. Francis of Assisi. He was born in Parma, Italy, in 1209. It was when he was a young philosophy professor known for his piety and learning that God called him to bid good-bye to the world he was used to and enter the new world of the Franciscan Order. 

    In 1245, Pope Innocent IV called a general council in the city of Lyons, France. Crescentius, the Franciscan minister general at the time, was ailing and unable to attend. In his place he sent Father John, who made a deep impression on the Church leaders gathered there. 

    And so, in 1247, John of Parma was elected to be minister general. The surviving disciples of St. Francis rejoiced in his election, expecting a return to the spirit of poverty and humility of the early days of the Order. And they were not disappointed. As general of the Order John traveled on foot, accompanied by one or two companions, to practically all of the Franciscan convents in existence. Sometimes he would arrive and not be recognized, remaining there for a number of days to test the true spirit of the brothers.

    The pope called on John to serve as legate to Constantinople, where he was most successful in winning back the schismatic Greeks. Many years later, John learned that the Greeks, who had been reconciled with the Church for a time, had relapsed into schism. Though 80 years old by then, John received permission from Pope Nicholas IV to return to the East in an effort to restore unity once again. On his way, John fell sick and died.

    He was beatified in 1781.

  • 01:55

    Deepertruth: Ross and Margie, Back From Jerusalem

    in Religion

    St. Helena and the True Cross

    Theodoret (died c. 457) in his Ecclesiastical History Chapter xvii gives what had become the standard version of the finding of the True Cross:

    When the empress beheld the place where the Saviour suffered, she immediately ordered the idolatrous temple, which had been there erected, to be destroyed, and the very earth on which it stood to be removed. When the tomb, which had been so long concealed, was discovered, three crosses were seen buried near the Lord's sepulchre. All held it as certain that one of these crosses was that of our Lord Jesus Christ, and that the other two were those of the thieves who were crucified with Him. Yet they could not discern to which of the three the Body of the Lord had been brought nigh, and which had received the outpouring of His precious Blood. But the wise and holy Macarius, the president of the city, resolved this question in the following manner. He caused a lady of rank, who had been long suffering from disease, to be touched by each of the crosses, with earnest prayer, and thus discerned the virtue residing in that of the Saviour. For the instant this cross was brought near the lady, it expelled the sore disease, and made her whole.

    With the Cross were also found the Holy Nails, which Helena took with her back to Constantinople. According to Theodoret, "She had part of the cross of our Saviour conveyed to the palace. The rest was enclosed in a covering of silver, and committed to the care of the bishop of the city, whom she exhorted to preserve it carefully, in order that it might be transmitted uninjured to posterity."

  • 00:31

    Talking in Circles: Phoenix Preview; Roush Fenway Changes; Penalties

    in Sports

    On tonight's episode, we first tackle the penalties to the crew members, handed down by NASCAR on Tuesday. No drivers were penalized, but crew chiefs for the 24 and 5 teams were. However, Paul Wolfe, cc for the 2 team and Brad Keselowski were not penalized at all. And neither was Kevin Harvick. We'll discuss whether or not, NASCAR got it right, and why they may have ruled the way they did. 

    Also, some big changes are taking place at Roush Fenway Racing in prominant positions at the team. Mark McArdle, formally of Richard Childress Racing and Furniture Row Racing will join the team. He will join the team as the engineering director. Also, Kevin Kidd will come over from Joe Gibbs Racing and join the organization as Sprint Cup Series team manager and will report to Robbie Reiser. We'll discuss these changes at the organization and how this may affect this team moving forward. 

    Also, we've got this week in NASCAR history, which takes us back to November 5, 1978 in the Dixie 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway where a scoring controversy, changed the winner while the driver was on his way home from the race...

    Finally our picks to win this weekend in Phoenix and what we think the racing will be like.

    And also, the racing patriarch of the Sauter family has passed away. 

  • 00:30

    God’s Love for Jacob (Malachi 1:1-5)

    in Christianity


    The oracle of the word of the Lord to Israel through Malachi.

    “I have loved you,” says the Lord. But you say, “How have You loved us?” “Was not Esau Jacob’s brother?” declares the Lord. “Yet I have loved Jacob; but I have hated Esau, and I have made his mountains a desolation and appointed his inheritance for the jackals of the wilderness.” Though Edom says, “We have been beaten down, but we will return and build up the ruins”; thus says the Lord of hosts, “They may build, but I will tear down; and men will call them the wicked territory, and the people toward whom the Lord is indignant forever.” Your eyes will see this and you will say, “The Lord be magnified beyond the border of Israel!”


    Divine utterances or messages spoken through human lips. Especially noteworthy are the oracles of Balaam. Several other prophecies are also referred to as oracles. The oracles of Balaam.

    Divine inspiration is irresistible. Balaam’s experience. Balaam’s oracles. Oracles of the prophets. Oracles involved actions and words. False oracles condemned. Wise judgment likened to oracles. Oracles of David.

    Jacob the patriarch. God’s covenant promises to Abraham were inherited by Jacob, through his father Isaac, and so it was through his line of descent that the promised Messiah was to come. Jacob was one of the three patriarchs. Jacob received the Abrahamic promises. God’s promise to Abraham. Jacob chosen in preference to Esau. The promises given to Jacob and his descendants. Jacob’s descendants.

    He fathered the twelve tribes. He was the father of the nation. Jacob as a symbol for the nation. Jacob and Israel were linked together as equivalent terms for the nation. The nation is described as the house of Jacob. Other descriptions of the nation. National and patriarchal references merged...

  • 00:31

    The Wet Your Whistle Series continues with Jack Daniel's great grand neice!

    in Lifestyle

    A family business seeped in history was the clear message conveyed when we had Jack Daniel’s assistant master distiller on the Fall Wet Your Whistle Series last Wednesday; his own grandfather was master distiller there in the 1950’s.  Who better than to talk about Mr. Jack’s history, as Fletcher affectionately refers to the patriarch, than his own great grandniece, Lynn Tolley, who will be joining us on the show Wednesday October 22nd live at noon!

    Chris tells us that the recipe for Jack Daniels No. 7 has remained the same for over 150 years, but Lynn, a relative AND taste tester, will speak to us about the evolution of the brand, the whiskey and the process of its making.

    Last week, we did not get to unravel the origin of the “tales of mischief, revelry and whiskey”, but this Wednesday we plan on wiping the dirt off both those stories, and the rest of the family secrets.

  • 00:31

    Pope Francis Visit to Holy Land and Elliot Rodger News

    in News

    In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the recent visit of the Holy Father Pope Francis to the Holy Land.  He briefly comments on the events that took place, in particular the meeting with the Patriarch of Constantinople, the visits to important sites in the Holy Land, and the interruption of the final blessing during the Papal Mass at Bethlehem by Muslims.  

    Sacerdotus also speaks on the shootings in California by Elliot Rodger and gives his input as a graduate in psychology.  He explains the psychology behind Rodger and gives advice on how to deal with people like him and how to spot problems in others before it can turn ugly.  Sacerdotus also reminds us that we are "our brother's keeper" and must care for one another.  Many in our society are often left out and bullied to the point of mental breakdown.  We must also blame ourselves for not doing more to help people who are mentally ill or may be sensitive to the point of breaking down emotionally and psychologically.  

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