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    in Culture

    For Centuries the Human race has used Cannabis/hemp in religious ceremony, Healing arts, Magick spells and cure. Your host Hedgewitch, will bring providing information, and history of cannabis use in the healing arts,spiritual enlightenment and special insights from guests who have dedicated their lives to helping people and bring this plant back into the everyday use of the human race.We will be discussing how CCHI2016 will bring back the religious freedom and rights to use cannabis/hemp for our Heal,Spiritual Growth, Religious ceremony and sacraments  Join us every Monday night from 10 P.M. to 12 P.M. on CCHI2016 Blogtalkradio http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cchi2016/2015/10/20/the-philosophers-stoned

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    St. Dominic Savio - the teenage Saint

    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 into a peasant family at Riva, Italy, young Dominic joined St. John Bosco as a student at the Oratory in Turin at the age of 12. He impressed John with his desire to be a priest and to help him in his work with neglected boys. A peacemaker and an organizer, young Dominic founded a group he called the Company of the Immaculate Conception which, besides being devotional, aided John Bosco with the boys and with manual work. All the members save one, Dominic, would in 1859 join John in the beginnings of his Salesian congregation. By that time, Dominic had been called home to heaven.

    As a youth, Dominic spent hours rapt in prayer. His raptures he called "my distractions." Even in play, he said that at times "It seems heaven is opening just above me. I am afraid I may say or do something that will make the other boys laugh." Dominic would say, "I can't do big things. But I want all I do, even the smallest thing, to be for the greater glory of God."

    Dominic's health, always frail, led to lung problems and he was sent home to recuperate. As was the custom of the day, he was bled in the thought that this would help, but it only worsened his condition. He died on March 9, 1857, after receiving the Last Sacraments. St. John Bosco himself wrote the account of his life.

    Some thought that Dominic was too young to be considered a saint. St. Pius X declared that just the opposite was true, and went ahead with his cause. Dominic was canonized in 1954.

    His feast day is March 9th.

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    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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    Confirmation - The Most Misunderstood Sacrament

    in Christianity

    Confirmation is arguably the most misunderstood of the Sacraments. While most people know that it involves the Holy Spirit, they aren't sure of too much else. Join Catholic speaker and author Gary Zimak as he discusses the Sacrament of Confirmation using simple words and ideas. Also, we'll look at today's daily Mass readings which features an unintentionally funny (more accuratately, pathetic) episode in the life of Moses and the Israelites.

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    Rev. Mother Kristina Rake: The Sunday Readings

    in Christianity

    Today's Sunday Scripture Readings in the Lectionary are extremely deep and rife with meaning. The Book of Wisdom, the Epistle of St. James, and the Holy Gospel according to Mark focus like a laser on the basic problems within human nature and the reason why our relationship with God and with each other spiral into nothingness and strife. 

    Join Mother Rake as she explores the meaning of these scriptures and how, together, they tell us not just of the evil we are capable of, but of the good we desparately want to have, possess, and do.


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    in Politics Conservative

    I love my Catholic church. It was where I was baptized and took all the sacraments except celibacy and there is only one left. My father and mother's ancestors were murdered for being Catholic in their own native land. They were driven off their land  and starved to death if they stayed. I was an un molested choir boy and sang for God. He likes that. I took a vow to marry a wonderful heaven sent bride. I can't get into heaven without her. So for me a free Catholic grammar school education taught me right from wrong. My High School tuition was $12.00 a month paid for by my job.. Plus knuckle wraps and a few slaps and punches to keep me learning or die. When I hear the hymn Faith of our Fathers I recall the price others paid just to be Catholic. I fast forward to the Christians of the Middle East who lived at the time of Christ. PERHAPS WERE SUBJECTS OF HIS PARABLES. TO DAY AS ISLAM DRIVES THEM BEFORE THE CONQUERING HORDES INTO SANCTUARY CITIES I AM REMINDED OF HOW BARBARIANS OPERATE.

    Good Pope bad Pope it does not matter. When he speaks on matters of faith I listen. My favorite is the Polish Pope who got involved in politics to free the Polish people from communist slavery. John Paul was the best he even took a bullet for us.. He even led by example and few suffered as much. I still remember the field full of banners and Polish Catholics as he led them in song.

    We have all heard the comments about Pope Francis that he is a Marxist. The experts will tell us that Antionio Gramschi designed Catholic church infiltration to gain control of the poor. Well if the church is gone the so is our government. The evidence is overwhelming that the democrat party is the communist party. The democrats are arming Iran with nukes. The democrats bail out collapsing communist countries like Cuba and open new drug routes into the USA. They have no God , no country,  flag and no kids. GOD HELP US.


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    A Look At Matrimony And Holy Orders

    in Christianity

    Join Catholic speaker and author Gary Zimak as he discusses the sacraments of Matrimony and Holy Orders. In addition, Gary will read and discuss the Mass readings from Monday of the 22nd week in Ordinary Time. Don't miss this informative episode of The Gary Zimak Show!

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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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    Sunday Morning Divine Service - July 19 2015

    in Christianity

    9 am Sunday morning Divine Service for Sunday 7/19/15. Traditional liturgy and law gospel sermon. Pastor Houser’s sermon from the gospel of Mark 6:30 - 34. (First reading Jeremiah 22: 1-6.)

    Post hoc ergo propter hoc. Logical fallacy as it relates to cause and effect. (e.g. the rooster crows when the sun rises, therefore the rooster cause the sun to rise.)

    Human reasoning is faulty and when we apply it to God - it’s not helpful. God told Adam and Eve not to touch the fruit of the tree, otherwise they would die. God’s cause and effect is not post hoc ergo propter hoc. In Jeremiah He says He will raise up a righteous branch to reign as king. The effect is we are the chosen people and are saved. In the gospel, Jesus said a blessing and the crowd of 5000 had food to eat. The means of grace (word and sacraments) bring us comfort and salvation.

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