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    Our Entrance into the Story: The Seven Scriptural Sacraments

    in Christianity

    The Catholic Church professes seven Sacraments that convey the grace they signify: Baptism, Confirmation, Communion, Confession, Anointing of the Sick, Ordination, and Marriage. The spiritual life of the church revolves around these signs of God's love and grace. But how does a Sacrament "work"? Are there rules to them? Where in the bible can we find them? Do Catholic's believe they are more important than the bible? Only the Holy Spirit can give grace, not things made on Earth, right? What do they do? Where do they come from? Why do they matter? Who needs them and when? How do they work? 


    In this series, Kristina Rake, theologian, lecturer, author, and award-winning preacher, explains everyhing you need to know about the Sacraments and why they are vital, not only to the life of the Church, but to Your life in Christ. 


    Kristina Rake has her Masters in Theology and Scripture from Andover Newton Theological School in Boston. She is the author of numerous articles on theology and the bible and is an expert in educational curriculum. She is currently in formation for the priesthood in the United States Old Catholic Church under Archbishop James Long, her ordinary. Kristina has been teaching Catholic Apologetics, Scripture, Theology, and Spirituality since 1999, when she herself entered the Church from the Protestant Ministry. She can be reached via Facebook under Kristina Rake. 


    My Old Catholic Radio is a ministry that adheres to the teachings of the United States Old Catholic Church. However, none of the opinions, thoughts, or ideas expressed on this station necessarily reflect the views of the USOCC, its Bishops, or clergy. For more information about the USOCC, visit: usocc.org. 

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  • 01:44

    Oklevueha NAC - Appreciating Native Sacraments

    in Spirituality

    Prerecorded...   Appreciating Native Sacraments is the subject this week. James Flaming Eagle Mooney is your host. Co-hosts are Prophecykeeper Radio's Blueotter and Mayan Calendar wunderkind Mark "Badger" Borcharding.   Do existing drug laws interfere with your use of earth-based plant sacraments? Click here   CALL IN! YOU are being asked to call in and help us plan the future of this program.   Oklevueha Native American Church (ONAC) is THE ONLY United States Federally Court recognized OFF RESERVATION indigenous American Native Earth Based Healing and Empowerment Church... the ONLY Native American Church way to legally worship off-reservation.  

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  • 01:43

    Oklevueha NAC - Native American Sacraments w/ James Mooney

    in Spirituality

    Prerecorded...   Appreciating Native Sacraments is the subject.   James Flaming Eagle Mooney is your host. Co-hosts are Prophecykeeper Radio's Blueotter and Mayan Calendar wunderkind Mark "Badger" Borcharding.   Do existing drug laws interfere with your use of earth-based plant sacraments? Click here   CALL IN! YOU are being asked to call in and help us plan the future of this program.   Oklevueha Native American Church (ONAC) is THE ONLY United States Federally Court recognized OFF RESERVATION indigenous American Native Earth Based Healing and Empowerment Church... the ONLY Native American Church way to legally worship off-reservation.  

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    Ali Ras I: Rastafarian Spiritual Advisor & Consultant to Bob Marley's Family

    in Religion

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    Ali Ras I is a Rastafarian Elder and a relative & spiritual mentor of the Bob Marley family.


    His Rastafarian Temple in Los Angeles that was closed down by the feds at gunpoint. His Rastafarian teachings are based on the Sacred Hoop concept of Oneness!


    He would like to elaborate on that concept as well as talk about the necessity for people to stray away from alcohol & pork and return back to the natural herbs & holistic living. He also is planning to re-open his Rastafarian Temple in LA. He has won his court cases. This would also be a great opportunity to talk about youth culture and it’s relationship to Reggae Music and spirituality. Ali Ras I is back in Philadelphia.

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    Restoring All Things in Christ, with David Rodriguez

    in Religion

    St. Anselm famously described theology as "faith seeking understanding." All of us are called to Faith by Christ, and we all want to understand what we believe and why as Catholics. These days there is much confusion regarding the Catholic Faith and so it becomes even more important for each of us to deepen our Faith and study theology. Join us as host David Rodriguez (M.Th.) takes us through traditional sources of our Basic Catholic Faith:  the Sacred Liturgy, the Sacred Scriptures, the Fathers, Doctors and Saints of the Church, the encyclicals of the Popes, and the Roman Catechism edited by St. Charles Borromeo and published under Pope St. Pius V. This series focuses on the Creed, The Sacraments, The Ten Commandments, and the Life of Prayer. Listeners may also call in with their questions as each session includes time for Q&A. This program is sponsored by the St. Vincent Ferrer Foundation of Texas, dedicated to recovering and restoring of our traditional Catholic Faith.


    If you have questions or comments for our host, Mr. David Rodriguez, please feel free to contact him at dvrodrig@gmail.com. If you are interested in other classes offered by him on CD Audio or mp3 format please also contact him directly for a listing of available titles.


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  • 01:43

    Oklevueha Native American Church - Native Sacraments

    in Spirituality

    Prerecorded...   Appreciating Native Sacraments is the subject this week. James Flaming Eagle Mooney is your host. Co-hosts are Prophecykeeper Radio's Blueotter and Mayan Calendar wunderkind Mark "Badger" Borcharding.   Do existing drug laws interfere with your use of earth-based plant sacraments? Click here   CALL IN! YOU are being asked to call in and help us plan the future of this program.   Oklevueha Native American Church (ONAC) is THE ONLY United States Federally Court recognized OFF RESERVATION indigenous American Native Earth Based Healing and Empowerment Church... the ONLY Native American Church way to legally worship off-reservation.  

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    Deepertruth: Totus Tuus! Eucharistic Miracle of MONCADA SPAIN, 1392

    in Religion

    “It would be easier for the earth to exist without the sun than without the holy sacrifice of the Mass.“ St. Padre Pio


    “God dwells in our midst, in the Blessed Sacrament of the altar.” St. Maximilian Kolbe


    “We should never again use the expression, ‘When Jesus was on earth’ or thin of Him as being only in heaven, Jesus is still on earth.” Father John Hardon


    “Every Holy Hour we make so pleases the Heart of Jesus that it will be recorded in Heaven and retold for all eternity. It opens up the floodgates of God’s merciful Love upon the world. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is the best time you will spend on earth. It will make your soul everlastingly more glorious and beautiful in Heaven.”  Mother Theresa


    “Give me the grace to long for Your Holy Sacraments, and especially to rejoice in the presence of Your body, sweet Savior Christ, in the Holy Sacrament of the altar.”  St. Thomas More

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    Deepertruth Wednesday Springfield remembered

    in Religion

    The event was sponsored by the Marian Association of Southern Missouri headed by Father Vincent Bertrand (Deepertruth Chaplain) and Dr. Gregory Thompson.

    I flew up to Springfield Missouri flying from Killeen Texas to Dallas and finally to Springfield.

    I had the opportunity to meet Country and Western Singer Charley Pride and some of his band who also flew to Springfield Missouri for a concert.

    While still waiting for my luggage at the Springfield airport, I found myself speaking with missionaries from Nicaragua and gave them a couple of my brochures I had on hand.  I wanted to ensure they heard a strong defense for the Catholic Faith.

    Dr. Gregory Thompson met me at the Springfield airport and quickly took me to Mercy Hospital formerly known as St. Johns to go to a quick Mass.

    The Hospital Chapel was by far the most beautiful church I've seen in a hospital location.

    I went to Confession immediately following the Mass so I was able to receive two Sacraments before the weekend actually began.

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    St. Angela Merici

    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


    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. 

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