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  • 02:58

    Reaching Beyond The Call w/ Jimmy "Brother Jaami" Holmes & co-host Shani

    in Spirituality

    JOIN ME LIVE ON “Reaching Beyond The Call with Jimmy “Brother Jaami” Holmes,” every Sunday Afternoon at 12:00 pm EST / 9 am PST 


    Join Brother Jaami as he welcomes a distinguished panel of guest as they discuss an array of topics including: Spiritual Reconciliation, The Bible, History, Biblical History, Non-Denominational Spirituality, Taxes, Credit Repair, Law and “Unknown Truths” about the World we live in. 


    The Call-in Number for the Show is (917) 889-2856 OR you can visit www.gregdoss.com and click THE BROTHER JAAMI RADIO LINK!


    Topics for May 24, 2015:



    What Is The Matriarch And The Patriarch?

    How Have The Matriarch And The Patriarch Influeced The Society We Live In?

    Why Has The Matriarch Been Suppressed Throughout History And What Lead To The Suppression?

    Why Is It Important For The Matriarch To Be In A Natural Place Of Balance?

    Can We Find The Matriarch Within The Many Different Religions Throughout The World?

    How Does The Matriarch Relate To Nature, Natural Law, Divine Law, Spirituality, Divine Beings and The Kosmos?


     


    The Call-in Number for the Show is (917) 889-2856 OR you can visit www.gregdoss.com and click THE BROTHER JAAMI RADIO LINK!


     

  • 00:30

    St. Justin de Jacobis

    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. Justin de Jacobis -- Born at San Fele, Italy. At 18 he was ordained. After helping found a Vincentian house at Monopoly, he served as superior at Lecce and in 1839 was sent as the first prefect and vicar apostolic to the new Catholic mission at Adua, Ethiopia. His efforts to evangelize met with great opposition., but in 1841 he was included in a delegation of Ethiopian prelates to Cairo to request the Coptic patriarch of Alexandria to appoint one of his monks Abuna (patriarch) of the Ethiopian church. In Cairo, the patriarch denounced the presence of Father de Jacobis on the delegation and intrigued to a point one Salama as Abuna. Some of the delegation then accompanied Father de Jacobis to meet the Pope in Rome. On his return, Father de Jacobis founded a college and seminary at Guala, and in 1846 a vicariate apostolic of the Galla was established, with William Massaia as its first bishop. These developments caused Salama to launch an anti-Catholic campaign. The college was closed, Catholicism was proscribed, and bishop Massaia was forced to return to Aidan. In 1848, he secretly consecrated Father de Jacobis, now a fugitive, bishop at Massawa, with authority to administer the sacraments in the Ethiopian rite. By 1853, the new bishop had ordained some twenty Ethiopians, was ministering to 5000 Catholics, and was able to reopen the college. In 1860, Kedaref Kassa became king as Theodore II and in return for the backing he had received from Abuna Salama, launched a persecution of the Catholics. Bishop de Jacobis was arrested and improsoned. After release he managed to find his way to Halai in southern Eritrea. He spent the rest of his life in missionary work along the Red Sea coast and died in the valley of Alghedien.

  • 00:31

    St. Lorenzo Giustiniani

    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 to the Venetian nobility; his ancestors had fled Constantinople for political reasons. Against his widowed mother‘s wishes, he chose against marriage and for the religious life. Augustinian canon regular at San Giorgio, Alga, Italy in 1400. Spent his days wandering the island, begging for the poor. Ordained in 1406. Noted preacher and teacher of the faith. Held assorted administrative positions within his Order. Reluctant bishop of Castello, Italy in 1433. General of the canons regular. Bishop of Grado, Italy in 1451; the see was then moved to Venice, Italy, and Laurence was named archbishop and patriarch by Pope Nicholas V. Noted writer on mystical contemplation. Had the gift of prophecy. Miracle worker.

  • 00:31

    Episcopacy 301 The Transformation of the Episcopacy Pt 3

    in Religion

    We continue dealing with the development of the bishopric as we focus on the Metropolitan and Patriarch and how they came about.

    As we deal with this things keep in mind the word - ANACHRONISM


    Clericalism is a term that comes into play around 250 AD when the church started thinking if its priesthood as the Levitical Priesthood...which continue to develop until by the 9th Century a graded ministry had taken complete hold in the church.

    Grades in ministry would have never work with the Alexandrian Episcopacy also called the Alexandrian Habitude, but it work well with the Antioch Model of the Episcopacy.

    The 5 Patriarchs of the church

    The Archbishopric

    As always, you can find all of this information in the 2014 Syllabus which is available online for purchase in PDF format and in our upcoming 2015 Syllabus.

    www.coaab.org
     


     

  • 00:30

    Episcopacy 301 - The Transformation of the Episcopacy

    in Religion

    Based on the 2014 COAAB Syllabus as well as the Course taught at the Memphis Episcopal Symposium.  You can purchase the 2014 Syllabus online in word or PDF format from the congress website


    www.coaab.org


    Alexandrian Habtude and the Antioch Episcopacy


    5 Patriarchies 


    Council of Nicaea 325 (the beginning of the Patriarchy) It is here at Nicaea that the word Metropolitan is first seen in the Canons of the church. 3 metropolitan sees at Nicaea govern a province that was synonomus with the Roman Province of the area. They had suffragan bishops under them that headed their own sees under their metropolitan.


    Diocese is first used 


    Council of Constantinople 381 New Rome is given the same privilge as old Rome.  At this council by way of Emperor Theodosius division of the East into Five Dioceses, the term diocese comes into the LIFE of the church.  Originally Metropolitan headed the diocese while the Bishop was over his SEE or CIty Church.

    Council of Ephesus 431  Jerusalem obtain the same metropolitical power as the other 3.

    Council of Chalcedon 451 the Jerusalem as well as the other four are officially called Patriarchs.


     

  • 00:30

    Episcopacy 301 Transformation of the Episcopacy Pt 2

    in Religion

    We continue our look at the Transformation of the Episcopacy with an Objective look at its development biblical presbyterial origins to a clerical state that mirror the Levitical Priesthood.  Noting that by the 9th Century the 3 fold orders as we know them today had fully develop.

    A look at the word anachronism and what the church does today.

    A deeper look into the ministry of the Metropolitan and the Patriarch

    For more information log onto www.coaab.org and get our 2014 Syllabus.  If you are not able to attend the 2015 session  make a donation towards the work of the congress of at least $70 and we will forward to you the 2015 Syllabus in PDF once it is made available.
     

  • 02:09

    Source Material #027 - Iron Man "Demon In A Bottle"

    in Books

    TONIGHT at 10 pm!  We welcome the Patriarch of the RiBN, Mark Radulich to the show!  It is Avengers week here on the RiBN and we are going to talk a story involving one of Iron Man's fiercest yet, oh so subtle foes.  "Demon In A Bottle" shows us that there are plenty of heroes whose toughest villain can sometimes be themselves.

  • 01:57

    National Agenda ~ THE MORAL IMPERATIVE for MORAL ACTION TO-NOW ~ w/ savage-el

    in Education

    We, the undersigned, are gathered here today for a historic initiative to inspire spiritual and practical action by all global faiths and people of good will everywhere to eradicate modern slavery across the world by 2020 and for all time.I n the eyes of God*, each human being is a free person, whether girl, boy, woman or man, and is destined to exist for the good of all in equality and fraternity. Modern slavery, in terms of human trafficking, forced labour and prostitution, organ trafficking, and any relationship that fails to respect the fundamental conviction that all people are equal and have the same freedom and dignity, is a crime against humanity. We pledge ourselves here today to do all in our power, within our faith communities and beyond, to work together for the freedom of all those who are enslaved and trafficked so that their future may be restored. Today we have the opportunity, awareness, wisdom, innovation and technology to achieve this human and moral imperative.


     


    *The Grand Imam of Al Azhar uses the word “religions”.


    Pope Francis


    Her Holiness Mata Amritanandamayi (Amma)


    Venerable Bhikkhuni Thich Nu Chan Khong (representing Zen Master Thích Nh?t H?nh)


    The Most Ven. Datuk K Sri Dhammaratana, Chief High Priest of Malaysia


    Rabbi Dr. Abraham Skorka


    Rabbi Dr. David Rosen


    Dr. Abbas Abdalla Abbas Soliman, Undersecretary of State of Al Azhar Alsharif (representing Mohamed Ahmed El-Tayeb, Grand Imam of Al-Azhar)


    Grand Ayatollah Mohammad Taqi al-Modarresi


    Sheikh Naziyah Razzaq Jaafar, Special advisor of Grand Ayatollah (representing Grand Ayatollah Sheikh Basheer Hussain al Najafi


    Sheikh Omar Abboud


    Most Revd and Right Hon Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury


    His Eminence Metropolitan Emmanuel of France (representing His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew)


     


     

  • 00:30

    Filmmakers Porter Farrell & Adam Dietrich of the Award Winning Movie “Windsor”

    in Radio

    And the winner of the Best Narrative Feature at the 2015 Garden State Film Festival is Windsor! The film follows 6 friends in their last year of high school as they prepare to leave their small, struggling Texas hometown, a place caught up in the wheels of giant agribusiness that seems to swallow up small farming towns. Maisie (Madelyn Deutch), whose father is about to be released from prison, decides she can’t leave town where she has been embraced since the dark day when her father nearly killed the man whose company foreclosed on their family farm resulting in long-term devastation on his family. The town patriarch, Gil Denton (perfectly played by character actor Barry Corbin), a no-nonsense, wealthy landowner dying from cancer, and he serves as a sounding board and sympathetic friend, while providing the kids a wistful link to a past they will never know. Set in current time, Windsor reminds us that small town values are worth saving, and that the mouse does indeed occasionally roar. Porter Farrell wrote, directed, and produced Windsor, his first film, along with Producer Adam Dietrich. Everything about the film is so well executed, that you’ll be hard pressed to believe this is Farrell’s first film. The movie also features Quinn Shephard, who received the Rising Star Award from the GSFF, an honor bestowed on an up-and-coming actor/actress with NJ roots. This film is a winner on multiple levels. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.

  • 01:59

    National Agenda with savage-el ~ Mortmain / Misprision / HONOR UP ! ! !

    in Education

    Treaty of Commerce and Navigation Between the United States and the Ottoman Empire; February 25, 1862


    Treaty of Commerce and Navigation Between the United States and the Ottoman Empire. Concluded at Constantinople, February 25, 1862. Ratifications exchanged at Constantinople, June 5,1862. Proclaimed by the President of the United States July 22, 1862.


    BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: A PROCLAMATION


    Whereas a treaty of commerce and navigation between the United States of America and the Ottoman Empire was concluded and signed by their respective plenipotentiaries at Constantinople on the twenty-fifth day of February last, which treaty, in the English language, is word for word as follows:


     

  • 00:41

    Shaken Not Stirred hosted by Mick Beaman: special guest Brian Baehr

    in Health

    On tonight's show- The patriarch of the Baehr Clan, Mr Brian Baehr. Brian has taken his diagnosis with Young Onset Parkinson's Disease and turned it into an annual fund raising event. The Baehr Challenge is a family friendly, run and obstacle course raising money for the Michael JFox Foundation.


    Hosting one of the internet's most powerful 90 minute programs,  Mick Beaman delivers "Shaken Not Stirred" to you on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of every month from 5:00-6:30pm Pacific time. Programs feature music from unsigned talent and interviews with guests spotlighting healthy and happy living with Parkinson's Disease and live calls from listeners around the globe.


    Sit back, buckle up,and enjoy the ride along with the more than 40 million other international listeners as Mick discusses the pursuit of happiness.