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Feast of Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph with Seminarian Joe Keating. Our Christmas celebration continues with today’s observance of the feast of the Holy Family. Although only recently added to the Church calendar in 1921, this feast speaks to us of the timeless truth that God is with us in all our trials and triumphs of daily family living. Perhaps our prayer today can be for all those who raise their children in difficult circumstances, and for those who remain faithful to life in the Church in spite of some of their own family struggles. #feastofholyfamilyofjesusmaryandjoseph #joekeating #stjoe88 #stjosephcatholicchurcharlingtontx
Georgia Bulldogs based podcast giving you the latest in college football recruiting every week
This week we discuss the upcoming UGA vs scu game
Talk about the latest happenings in recruiting
Plus we have special guest Jaqua Daniels joining us tonight to discuss his season so far at Clarke Central and how his recruitment is going to date.
Podcast tonight will have a lot of recruiting news. The latest thoughts on first week of camp. Our special guests tonight will include Darius Slayton, c/o '15 athlete out of Greater Atlanta Christian in Atlanta. Plus, mentor, coach, and author Byron De'Vinner out of Tennessee will join us.
We walk to end Alzheimers. In the time it will take to broadcast this interview over 40 new cases of Alzheimers will be diagnosed. Women over the age of 60 will have a greater chance of developing Alzheimers than breast cancer. Join Mary E., as she welcomes Rachel Tanner and Lori Puckett of the St. Joseph Michigan organization team will spend time discussing their cause and the Alzheimer Association's Walk to End Alzheimer.
The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s is personal. We all have a reason to walk - whether we’re walking for friends, family, a caregiver or person living with Alzheimer’s disease or to stop rising health care costs and fight the nation’s sixth-leading cause of death. Step up and walk with us toward a world without Alzheimer’s disease. About the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s: The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the nation’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer care, support and research. Since 1989, the Alzheimer’s Association mobilized millions of Americans in Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk®; now the Alzheimer’s Association is continuing to lead the way with Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Together, we can end Alzheimer’s – the nation’s sixth-leading cause of death. The music for today's show was compliments of Michelle Qureshi and the closing song Strides, is by Champagne and LaLuna
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Feast of the Presentation of The Lord with Fr. Daniel Kelley, Pastor of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Arlington TX. Today's homily is on the Feast of the PResentation of The Lord. On this fortieth day after Christmas, we find yet another reason to celebrate the great incarnation of Jesus Christ our Lord. This day was traditionally the end of a much longer Christmas season than what we currently observe, and in the midst of continuing winter darkness it is good to recall yet again the true Light of the world. Let us enter joyfully into this celebration, and together with Simeon and Anna announce salvation to all the world.
Holy Thursday at the Evening Mass with Fr. Daniel Kelley. On this Holy Thursday, we begin our three-day celebration of the Paschal Mystery, the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ in history and in our own lives today. Let us enter into this celebration with hearts made ready by our Lenten practices and God’s grace, so that we may be open to the movement of God’s spirit and ready to hear God’s message of comfort and challenge. #stjoe88 #stjosephcatholicchurch
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement.
St. Benedict Joseph Labre - Patron of Unmarried men (bachelors), rejects, mental illness, mentally ill people, insanity, beggars, hobos, the homeless. Called "the Beggar of Rome," a pilgrim recluse. He was born in Amettes, France, on March 25, 1748, the eldest of eighteen children. Studying under his uncle, a parish priest, at Erin, France, Benedict tried to join the Trappists, Carthusians, and Cistercians but was refused by these orders. In 1770, he made a pilgrimage to the major shrines of Europe, settling in Rome in 1774. There he lived near the Colosseum and earned fame for his sanctity. Benedict was devoted to the Blessed Sacrament and attended the Forty Hours devotion in the city. He died in Rome on April 16, and was beatified in 1860. He was canonized in 1883.
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