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Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
Felix of Cantalice was born of peasant parents at Cantalice, Apulia, Italy. He was a shepherd and a farm laborer in his youth, became a Capuchin lay brother at nearby Citta Ducale Monastery in Anticoli, and became noted for his austerities and piety. He was sent to Rome in 1549 and spent the next thirty-eight years in the monastery there as questor, aiding the sick and the poor and revered by all. He was a friend of St. Philip Neri and helped in St. Charles Borromeo's revision of the rule for his Oblates. Felix was canonized in 1709. His feast day is May 18th.
Tonight Latino Rebels will speak with Ángel Neri de la Cruz Ayala, a student survivor of the Ayotzinapa Massacre. Ángel is part of the #Caravana43 group traveling through the United States.
Later in the show, Erick Arguello of Calle24SF discusses what his group is doing to preserve the history and culture of The Mission during the city's tech boom.
Finally, we continue our conversation about Spanish-language TV and race.
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On the auditorium’s stage of Nichols Middle School in suburban Evanston, 16 students (6th-8th grade) share their passion for The Ripple Effect, a show they’ve researched, written and performed about the life of 11-year-old gang member Robert “Yummy” Sandifer. The students discuss how communities come up short with youth, and how their own lives have been touched by youth violence. Introduced to details of this historical event by visiting author G. Neri in Yummy: The Last Days of A Southside Shorty, the students were eager to share their voices as well as the numerous perspectives involved with violence. Visit the City of Evanston’s website for more details and future performance dates. And thanks for listening.
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"No Jobs? No Problems!" With unemployment raging, people scurrying to find work, it's like a jungle sometimes it makes me wonder how I keep from going under. Our Guest is Entrepreneur Priscy Neri. We read about the depression & the hardships people went thru in the 1920's & 30's & we say "Wow, that was bad!" But it's not until U walk in another man's shoes do U really see what they went thru. People are frustrated at banks, the government, schools, the police department, the President, pastors, priests, teachers, mortgage companies, Wall Street, unemployment, the court system & the entertainment industry. It's no coincidence that these are institutions we've depended on to either protect us from or distract us from all of the hardships of life. They have been our crutches, our knight in shining armor to come in and save us from ourselves, to fight our battles for us. That's their job! JOB!!! JOBS are now officially obsolete. The trend of someone making sure you have enough money to provide for your needs is over, done, KA-PUT!
What happens when the whole concept of someone else providing your opportunity for survival is outdated? What happens when you are left to fend for yourself?
You now have to find a way. You have to do things you are not accustomed to doing and that takes growth and patience. patience for yourself mostly. Now you get to see how learning is a participation game and not a sit back and wait for someone to teach you game like the one we've been brought up in. What happens when the whole concept of someone else providing your opportunity for survival is outdated? What happens when you are left to fend for yourself?
We will be interviewing Father Steven Markantonis is a Roman Catholic priest for the Archdiocese of New York. He is currently serving as the Parochial Vicar in Saint Peter's in Monticello, NY. Previously he served at Saint Philip Neri in the Bronx. We will hear the fascinating story of how we went from the streets of Mamaroneck, New York to the altar of God.
This week we are doing shows from the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. The auction is celebrating its 40th anniversary and to think that it all started with one of the founders trying to sell a car in a newspaper ad. On Saturday and Sunday we will be broadcasting multiple shows live from the Media Center. There will be two shows on Saturday and two again on Sunday. Saturday's shows will be at 10AM and 12PM. The Sunday Shows will be at 10AM and 12PM. Some of the guests we are working on for these shows include a General Motors Representative, more Barrett-Jackson officials and some interesting vendors that are exhibiting at the auction. Watch the posts for more infomation on who the guests will be and the times they will be with us. It's been a great timwe at the Barrett Jackson Auction.
Episode 33: The most informative sports round table on the Internet, the Average Joe Sports Show welcome's Bleacher Report.com's Neri Stein to talk U.S. Women's Soccer & the World Cup! We'll also update the British Open with B/R's Will Leivenberg, dish on the MLB Trade Deadline and kick off our two-week Football Extravaganza (both NFL & College)!
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When health care legislation is debated, we want the best chance of a good outcome.
That is why The Permanente Medical Group and the Southern California Permanente Medical Group created California Permanente Medical Groups (CAPMG) political action committee.
CAPMG is our political arm. Our job is to help elect lawmakers who understand and share our values.
On behalf of CAPMG Steering Committee — This is our pledge.
• No one will work harder than we will.
• Our priority will always be the Permanente Medical Group model.
• We will devote our full energy to electing officials who will work with us on enacting the best possible health care legislation.
• Sharon Levine, MD, Chair, Pediatrics, TPMG
• Michelle Caughey, MD, Internal Medicine, TPMG
• Ken Grullon, MD, Gynecology, TPMG
• Vito Imbasciani, MD, Urology, SCPMG
• David Lerman, MD, JD. Family Medicine, SCPMG
• Michael Neri, Jr. MD, Family Medicine, SCPMG
• Richard Isaacs, MD, Head and Neck Oncology, TPMG
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Mike's protagonist is Hubert Schuze is a treasure hunter. He only became a thief when Congress redefined treasure hunting as thievery, and - as Hubie likes to say - who knows more about thievery than Congress? He's a pleasant fellow who enjoys the ironies of life and the company of his nephew Tristan, his drinking buddy and sometimes partner in crime Susannah Inchaustigui, his friend Martin Seepu, his neighbor Miss Gladys Claiborne, and Father Groaz, the priest at San Felipe de Neri.