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Ep07: Laura Richter and Raising Spirits for St Jude
In the last episode of Series 01 of the Undead Podcast Laura Richter talks about how her
charity org Raising Spirits was formed and discusses her involvement in ghost hunting.
While charity mixed with zombies and ghosts may seem strange this really is a perfect combination.
Can wolverine die? Really?! Did Danimator end up wearing a skirt at Warrior Dash this weekend?
Why should we watch Gotham if Batman is never on the show? Who was the voice of the original Boba Fett? We cover all that and more in this week's Random Ramblings episode. Hang out. Geek out.
In one of the most memorable collaborations since “We Are the World,” the Rockers for St. Jude, a gathering of celebrated musicians from the history of rock ‘n’ roll, joined talents in Los Angeles to record “(I Could Change the World.)” Available now on digital download sites around the world, including iTunes, Amazon.com, and CDBaby, fifty cents from each download of the song will benefit the work of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® in finding cures for pediatric catastrophic diseases. The benefit song is written and produced by legendary lead guitarist and songwriter, Dick Wagner, “The Maestro of Rock,” (Alice Cooper, Aerosmith, Lou Reed, KISS, and more). Wagner tells us, “There is more love in the human heart than can ever be given away. This song is about giving a small part of that endless supply in your heart.”Among the more than 50 Rockers performing are Mark Farner (formerly of Grand Funk Railroad) Chicago founder Danny Seraphine on drums; Bass superstar Lee Sklar (James Taylor, Jimmy Buffet, Dolly Parton, Jackson Brown); Fred Mandel (Alice Cooper, Queen, Supertramp, Elton John); guitarists Elliot Easton (The Cars) and Jennifer Batten (Michael Jackson); and legendary Trini Lopez on lead vocals. The Rockers for St. Jude combined have sold hundreds of millions of records globally across the span of their careers.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHIgQkmXaWg#t=2
As soon as autumn comes, people's thoughts begin to shift to the holidays, and sometimes those thoughts are accompanied by difficult feelings such as depression, frustration, and anxiety. For some, the holidays conjure up unpleasant associations, such as the first event without Grandma there, or prickly family get-togethers. Then there are financial worries, the pressure to come up with gift ideas, dealing with school kids on vacation, to-do lists, and much more.
The goal is to feel joy, love, and peace so you can enjoy time off from work, and savor meaningful moments with your family and friends. After all, don't you want to feel the season, and share it?
Jude's simple principles have impacted countless clients, seminar participants, and students. And Jude promises this: if we can learn to harness the tools we’re intrinsically born with, creating a life full of joy, love, and peace is truly possible, right here, right now.
Learn more at: http://www.attitudereconstruction.com/
How would you like to bring more love, joy and peace into your holidays? If that sounds good to you, you are going to want to hear from Jude Bijou, M.A., MFT.
Jude is the author of the highly acclaimed, award winning book, Attitude Reconstruction: A Blueprint for Building a Better Life. She’ll be joining us to share concrete action steps to help you deal with the often difficult, emotional triggers that come up at this time of year.
If you “celebrate” the holidays, you won’t want to miss this one!
Last episode of 2014
We'll give you the latest rundown on UGA recruiting
Give you a preview of the Georgia vs Louisville Belk Bowl game
Plus highlights from the past year of Field St Forum
FERGUSON ST. LOUIS, MO Grand Jury - No Indictment - WITH ST. LOUIS RESIDENTS
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
St. Fidelis - A former lawyer who left his profession to become a Capuchin Franciscan priest, Saint Fidelis of Sigmaringen has his liturgical memorial on April 24.
Leaving his legal practice behind, Mark decided to give his life directly to the service of Christ and the Church. In short order he received ordination as a priest, and joined the Capuchin Franciscans in Freiburg.
During 1614 a Swiss Catholic bishop had sought help from the Capuchins, to restore the faith and counteract the spread of Calvinist Protestantism. In 1621, Fidelis was sent on the mission. He brought just four items: a Bible, a prayer book, a crucifix and a copy of the Capuchin rule.
The winter of 1621-22 was a busy period of preaching, instruction and theological disputation for the Franciscan priest. He preached not only in the pulpits of Catholic churches, but also in public places, and even in the meeting-places of the Calvinists themselves. Some Swiss Protestants responded with hostility, but many others were also brought back to the Church.
Like many cases of religious persecution during this time, Fidelis’ treatment at the hands of the Calvinists did not stem exclusively from doctrinal disagreement. National and cultural tensions also contributed, with many Swiss Protestants suspecting that the Catholic mission was part of an Austrian plot against their nation.
Fidelis' life bridged the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, a time of religious conflict in Western Europe. He died at the hands of a mob while preaching in Switzerland, where he had gone to combat the Calvinist heresy.
Call 929-477-4171 after Week 16 between the New York Giants vs St. Louis Rams. We will be discussing the win or loss of Week 16 of the NFL season. With Week 15 out of the books, is there any joy to be had from Big Blue Nation. Any concerns the fans should have? What did you like from the game? What did you dislike from the game? Where does the team go from here? The good..... the bad.... the ugly? All your opinions and thoughts are welcomed to the Giants Round Table
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