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Catholic Youth Radio, from Adelaide, South Australia, broadcast on 107.9 Life FM every Wednesday and Saturday night. Featuring all the best interviews & news about what's going in the Archdiocese of Adelaide. Produced by the Catholic Office for Youth & Young Adults, and hosted/produced by James Meston. You can subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, or follow on Soundcloud.. just look for archdradio. :)
 
Freshly Brewed is a podcast created especially for teens and their families in the Diocese of Madison. Tune in every Thursday morning! This podcast will include inspiration, information and stories to help encourage you in the daily living of the faith. Freshly Brewed is hosted by Lindsay, Meghan, and Shane of the Diocese of Madison.
 
Come on a Journey with me as we navigate through our mysteriously transcendent faith and lay the foundations to re-ignite your faith, hope and charity all centered around our risen Lord. All are welcome to take this journey with me, no matter who you are or what you do or do not believe. It is my intention to re-ignite your catholic faith all for the Glory of God! Although my target audience is for Catholics, you are more than welcome to come on this journey with me REGARDLESS of your belief ...
 
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We have another MEGA episode for you on Freshly Brewed this week. We're tackling the subject of law: why do we need laws, what makes a law a good law, who can make a law, and are particular laws just or unjust. Special guests on this episode include former hosts Fr. Bill Van Wagner and Topher Aderhold, as well as former guests Ryan and MK. Fair war…
 
Phoebe & Tayer join James & Michaela in mourning the loss of Tayer’s wisdom teeth, chat about phoebe’s (self proclaimed) very recently acquired AMAZING singing abilities, how on earth someone could avoid consuming milo as an Australian child, and Arch D Listeners have now been officially (and lovingly) dubbed 'Desert Turtles'.. you need to listen t…
 
Homily from the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time. Editing is the enemy of how we remember the story. We look back so that we can see clearly and learn from our past. But we also have a temptation to edit the story we tell ourselves. We might edit how we tell the story, but we must not edit how we remember the story. Mass Readings from January 24, 2021…
 
Homily from the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time. We can’t predict The Moment, but we can prepare in the moment before The Moment. While no one can predict the future, all of us can learn from the past. While none of us can control when the big moments of our lives are going to happen, all of us can choose what we are doing in the moments before The …
 
This is a special MEGA episode of Freshly Brewed, where we welcome in 5 guests at once from all around the world (and by that, we mean Wisconsin and Rome)! Join Fr. Enan Zelinski, Dcn. Michael Wanta, Zoe Bernard, Mike Hess, and Aaron Roden as they share about how we should think about sharing our lives online. We cover topics like what is virtue? H…
 
This week Michaela and James discuss who has the better podcast idea (YOU can decide, and we'll make it!), The Arch D Awards are rapidly approaching and there is LOTS to be done, James fixing his washing machine becomes an epic cinematic drama, and speaking of EPIC DRAMA.. the return EVERYONE has been waiting for, episode one of fictional podcast (…
 
Homily from the Baptism of the Lord. At the Incarnation, God joined His dicinity to humanity...at the Baptism of Jesus, God identifies with our brokenness. What difference does the Baptism of Jesus make? It means that God doesn't stay away from our sins, but that He takes them upon Himself. Mass Readings from January 10, 2021: Isaiah 42:1-4, 6-7 Ps…
 
Problem solving may sound simple, but learning and following a logical process can help you solve problems of all types more effectively and efficiently. Have more questions? Please:- call me at 1(805)428-3755- email me at amc.cross7@gmail.com- and visit my website, adamcrossmft.com Adam Cross Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #116623…
 
Integrating one's faith with all aspects of life is essential. Faith can even be a useful tool in promoting mental health and reducing anxiety. Have more questions? Please: - call me at 1(805)428-3755 - email me at amc.cross7@gmail.com - and visit my website, adamcrossmft.com Adam Cross Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #116623…
 
Tom & Tayer join Michaela & James to chat about holiday season time fillers, Tom's new writing gig (spoilers: SERIOUSLY impressive), the upcoming Arch D Awards and overused words from 2020 that have been "banned" in the new year! Seriously, we aren’t responsible for the consequences if you say them... you better listen to find out what they are...…
 
Homily from the Mass of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. Parents are not powerless. It can be so easy for parents to feel powerless when it comes to passing on the faith to their families. But there are four powerful tools every parent can employ to help their families become holy families. Mass Readings from December 27, 2020: Sirach 3:…
 
Homily from the Fourth Sunday of Advent. Silence magnifies and waiting purifies. Waiting is not meant to be wasted. The chance to wait in silence is often given by God to serve a purpose...above all to change our faith into something new. Mass Readings from December 20, 2020: 2 Samuel 7:1-5, 8-12, 14, 16 Psalm 89:2-5, 27, 29 Romans 16:25-27 Luke 1:…
 
In a rare unplanned episode, Jack and Lizzie discuss vaccine ethics, Catholic humour, ecumenical councils, 'Catholic guilt' and the Primary of Conscience. Note that this episode was recorded before the new Covid rules were announced and Lizzie (poor Lizzie!) was put in to Tier 4. To get in touch we are @CatholicBants on Twitter or Facebook. Here's …
 
Homily from the Third Sunday of Advent. No one can take from you what doesn’t belong to you. We all have the temptation to pretend to be someone or something other than we are. To pass ourselves off as someone else…to be an imposter. We do this most often when we know the truth but live in fear of the truth. John the Baptist shows us what it looks …
 
Homily from the Second Sunday of Advent. We can’t go back to the beginning of the story, but we can start where we are and change the ending. Saint Peter reveals that the Day is coming when The Story will have been written. On that day, everything will be revealed and we will know God’s hidden role in every moment of The Story…and we will know the …
 
Homily from the First Sunday of Advent. God will not just get us through this moment…He has brought us to this moment. Too often, we find ourselves just wanting this moment to be “done." We miss out on the miracle of the moment because we see what is happening as something that is getting in the way of life. But this is life. There is not another o…
 
Homily from the Solemnity of Christ the King. What you do with the delay makes all the difference. We have a destination: to be who we are and to be that well. We have a Roadmap and a Rule of Life. What remains is one last question: Is there any room in your Rule for the Ruler? Mass Readings from November 22, 2020: Ezekiel 34:11-12, 15-17 Psalm 23:…
 
Homily from the Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time. What have you done with what you've been given? No one ever sets out to lose. But losing is entirely possible: in business, relationships, and in the spiritual life. It is possible to lose one’s soul. No one wants to lose, but many people do. Even with a great roadmap, we need regular checkpoint…
 
James & Michaela chat with Sally Wilson (Adelaide Griffins Ice Hockey), discuss Candy-bar queue etiquette while observing social distancing, self-cleaning baths, and Rupert the Cat's amazing party trick.Huge thanks to Bianca Smith (Rupert's owner) for permission to use her artwork for the podcast tile; 'Rupert on a Chair' Oil and Acrillic on Board …
 
This week, Jack and Lizzie discuss the latest Encyclical from Pope Francis. Yeah, it's like a really long letter where the Pope teaches us stuff - and this one's really good. It's got a lot to say about the world we live in. So, sit back as Jack and Lizzie talk about Francis, Trump, Biden, Nukes, War, Politics, and - of course - banter! Here's the …
 
Homily from the Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time. Excellence requires making the decision carefully, consistently, and quickly. The one question that can either deflate or motivate a person is “When?” This question reveals whether our goal is an actual goal or merely a wish. But if we want to escape a life of accidents and craft a life of exce…
 
We're back! Admit it - you've missed us, right? In this first episode of the new season, Jack and Lizzie go through the 'Discover Course' from CCO and talk about the Love of God. Despite the title, the episode isn't actually really about the aforementioned Cory Asbury song, but here is the video Jack refers to.…
 
Homily from the Solemnity of All Saints. No one ever accidentally lived on purpose. No two saints are the same. There is no “cookie-cutter” path to holiness. While there are certain givens that must be present, each person has to assess where they are in their relationship with the Lord in order to know best where to place wise guardrails in their …
 
Michaela educates James on the existence of "doops" and discusses what things simply are not doop-able, Parmogeddan ensues over the discovery of a third parmigiana nickname, James shares his horror stories at Bounce, and why shared shoe-store socks should never come back after COVID 19.Av Catholic Office for Youth & Young Adults, Adelaide
 
Hello again, Confirmation also known as Chrismation is the outpouring of the Holy spirit into ones soul which reignites, confirms and strengthens ones connection with CHRIST and his Church. Its my quickest podcast episode ever ! but it is packed with the important bits so please have a listen to it and hopefully you get something out of it. Coming …
 
Homily from the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Holiness isn’t always changing your what as much as changing your why. Our lives have been reclaimed by Christ and we have become a new creation. Because of this, every moment of our lives can be lived with and for a new purpose. Every moment can be repurposed to be a sacrament, and sacrifice, and …
 
Homily from the Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time. The roadmap begins with “Who”. There is one true goal in life: to be a saint. Many of us believe this, but is there a path? Without a plan, we will certainly fail to hit the goal. Without a roadmap, we will spend our time on this planet wandering as if we neither know where we are or where we ar…
 
Hi again, welcome to my mini series consisting of seven parts which I hope, will nourish you with an understanding of each sacrament individually and in under 10 minutes per podcast! This series is a building block upon volume 2 . I hope it gives you further insight and knowledge of each sacrament and its importance to the overall Christian initiat…
 
Michaela & James ask the question "if you could remake just one movie, which would you choose?", cover the breaking news about Subway bread, aim to understand the concept of a "Naruto Run", discuss massive fans of one particular steam train who missed their only chance to see it (hmmm yeah... it makes sense in the show), and the latest podcast seri…
 
Homily from the Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time. There are many goods. There is only one best. Modern indifference is the inability to take joy in in one's situation regardless of the circumstances. It is seeing "no difference" between the awesome and the awful...as well as the awesome alright. Mass Readings from October 11, 2020: Isaiah 25:6…
 
Homily from the Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time. God has made you for freedom from anxiety over the unforeseeable future, the unchangeable past, and your present responsibilities. Many people are overwhelmed by anxiety. Anxiety over all the things that need to get done and over all that they have been through. But God calls us to have no anx…
 
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