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The Prep looks to capture the District 12 City Championship for the second year in a row in this tilt with Ben Franklin HS. The WSJP Student Broadcast Team will bring you all of the action from Northeast High. Winner advances to the PIAA Regionals.
St. Columbanis of Bobbio
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
St. Columbanis - Columbanus of Bobbio The founder of several European monasteries, St. Columbanus was born c. 543 in Leinster, Ireland, and was educated at Bangor. Late in life (c. 590), he left Ireland to establish, at the invitation of King Childebert of Burgandy, a monastery at Annegray. He founded monasteries at Luxovium (Luxeuil) and at Fountaines as well. In 603, a synod accused him of keeping Easter by the Celtic date, although the real charge seems to have been criticizing the lax morals of the Burgundian court. Columbanus appealed to Gregory the Great, but nothing is known of the outcome of this act. Seven years later, Columbanus left Burgandy to preach to the Allemani of Switzerland; when Burgandy captured Switzerland, he fled to northern Italy, where he established a monastery at Bobbio in 613. His monasteries were known for the strictness of their rules (which the Benedictines later ameliorated) and their emphasis on corporal punishment. In addition to his rule for monks, Columbanus wrote a peneteniary and poems.
CLAYTON, Mo. — On Saturday, grand jury watch started to feel more like a hurricane watch here in the heart of St. Louis County.
Workers scrambled Saturday morning to barricade police headquarters and other government buildings, residents grabbed supplies at a corner store and some shop owners finished boarding up windows. “We’ve never seen anything like this,” said Quentin Virgil who repairs shoes across the street from the St. Louis County Police Department. “The law office next door is boarded up. That’s not normal.”
Nothing in the St. Louis area seems normal as the community anxiously awaits a grand jury’s findings in the case of a white police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown, an unarmed black teen.
Brown's death promoted riots in August, and there is a fear among some locals that another round of violence could cost lives and livelihoods.
Chilly Saturday before Thanksgiving, and what better way to spend it than with Frat House Mike-- bringing you all the BEST clips from this past week's Frat House Sports Radio Network programs.
That means you’re going to hear lots of NFL clips from our “Red Zone Blitz” program; our all-Philadelphia Eagles program "Inside the War Nest" and “Frat House Sports Show” including the Frat House Sports Picks-of-the-Week!
From the “Red Zone Blitz” Show, Brandon and Frat House Mike take a look at some of the biggest games and upsets from Week 11 of the NFL including: Chiefs – Seahawks; Rams – Broncos and Packers – Eagles!
During “Inside the WarNest”, the chat turns to the Eagles – Titans upcoming game, with special guest Greg Arias of www.TitanRedZone.com.
Finally, you get 4 (more) Minute of Football plus the Frat House Sports NFL Picks-of-the-week: Cincinnati Bengals - Houston Texans; St. Louis Rams - San Diego Chargers; Dallas Cowboys - New York Giants; Baltimore Ravens - New Orleans Saints. Ohhhh . . . and be sure to be there from the top of the show for FHS's famous Frat House Mike's Saturday Commentary! That's always sure to generate some controversy!
Give it a listen and be sure to give Mike a call at 347 – 826 – 9964 . . . because, he’s all by himself, and needs someone to talk to!
6.8 magnitude earthquake slams Japan; Washington, D.C.'s National Cathedral "fundamentally transformed" into the National Mosque, complete with Sharia enforcers; Obama lies, Gruber brags, ObamaCare craters; Senate Democrats kill Keystone Pipeline bill, Mary Landrieu's political career, and U.S. economy, all in one swift, efficient blow; Here comes global cooling, thanks to that big, dimming light in the sky; Obama's next tyrannical decree will be gun confiscation; New Black Panthers plot to terrorize St. Louis, Missouri; and the fallout (appropo metaphor, isn't it?) from a little Thursday evening White House speech you might have heard about.
The video has gone around the world. At the 107th Holy Convocation, Supt. Earl Carter preached a controversial message about sin and the alternative lifestyle. A young man took the courage to declare his deliverance and the world laughed at him. Do we owe him an apology? We are going to explore this situation and come to an understanding about this whole situation.
Stacey B going to play VaShawn Mitchell song.VaShawn Mitchell was born and raised in Chicago, IL, a city known as the birthplace of Gospel music, an art form that has been indelibly imprinted on his life. When he was a teenager, Mitchell became the assistant music director of St. Mark Baptist Church. Then for nearly a decade he went on to serve as Minister of Music at Bishop Larry D. Trotter’s Sweet Holy Spirit Church. As the youngest Minister of Music in that church’s history, Mitchell successfully merged the contemporary themes he composed with the traditional choir vibe that marked the church’s worship services.Throughout the years, VaShawn’s artistic vision has grown, shaping him into a mature worship leader and a recognized Gospel songwriter. In 2010, his passion and talent for songwriting, producing and singing led him to to release Triumphant which became his best selling album to date. Soaring to the top of the charts with his mega-hit single “Nobody Greater,” Mitchell amassed numerous awards and nominations. In 2011, he received 11 Stellar Award nominations (the most received by any artist that year) and took home 6 trophies. He also earned two GRAMMY Award Nominations and two GMA Dove Award nominations for both the Billboard magazine declared “Nobody Greater” the #1 Most Played Gospel Song of 2011 and Mitchell was named Billboard’s #1 Gospel Radio Artist of 2011 and Triumphant was among the Top 5 Gospel Albums of 2011. The single held the #1 position for nine consecutive weeks on Billboard’s Hot Gospel Songs chart and crossed-over to the Urban Contemporary Adult charts. Stacey B. also going to play one of Kierra Sheard song.
From the show Cinema Insane, that international sex symbol ORMSBY HOST joins me !
Host Joe Branham and Co-Hosts Paul Esden and James Carnes will discuss all the news in the NFL in week 12. What teams on the outside looking in have the best shot at a playoff run and what teams recently cut players might go to. We will also have a full recap of the Thursday Night game between the Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs. And join us as we make our picks for all the Sunday match ups and the Monday Night match up between the Baltimore Ravens and the New Orleans Saints.
The Lancers meet the Owls at Mason High School for the regional football final. Originally broadcast on ClassX Radio. JC MCCoy, Martin Eisele, Erika Miller, Barrett Cohen and Mike Nie. La Salle wins the regional championship. Part 2 includes the half-time show second half action and the post-game show. The Cincinati Enquirer's Mike Dyer and Mt. St. Joseph University Head Football Coach Rod Huber visit for half-time.
R B1G Show Podcast Thursday Night: Rutgers Football Michigan St Preview & More w/ @HondoCarpenter of SpartanNation.com
You are invited to join in our show..LIVE..."What's Really Going on Around Here?"..Friday 11/14/14...at 7:30 pm Apostle Desmon Dobbins will be our speaker.
Or Come in person Friday Night Miracle Service @ There Is A Way Out Ministries 7:00pm Friday 11/14/14 You are invited to come receive your "Breakthrough"!
We are located at :
2538 West Washington St. Indianapolis, In 46222, on the lower level