Best Archdiocese podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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This is the official podcast feed for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Louis. Our podcasts include the "Catholic Gateway Podcast," bringing you news about the people, places, and events that make up the Archdiocese of St. Louis, and the "Word of Mouth Podcast," featuring interviews with local Catholics who share ideas for evangelization. You'll also find homilies, talks, special episodes, and series about the faith.
 
The guys and girls talk about pop culture, theology, and whatever else is on their minds in this weekly podcast. They might even make you laugh. Maybe. The guys: Steven Christoforou & Christian GonzalezThe girls: Christina Andresen & Emma Solak“Pop Culture Coffee Hour” is a joint production of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and Ancient Faith Radio.
 
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Archdiocese of Bombay
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A little description of your podcast.
 
The Good Catholic Life is a current affairs, evangelization, and faith discussion program broadcast M-F, 4-5pm from the Archdiocese of Boston's Pastoral Center in Braintree, MA. The host is Scot Landry, along with a series of regular co-hosts.
 
Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of the Archdiocese of Louisville hosts this monthly podcast.
 
A podcast brought to you by the Archdiocese of Regina where we attempt to navigate this winding road of faith in Jesus Christ so that we might know him more intimately, love him more profoundly and together serve him more deeply in our daily lives.
 
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. :)
 
The Cathedral of Mary Our Queen serves not only as the spiritual home of the half-million Catholics of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, but is the heart of a thriving parish community of 1500 families and its nationally recognized Blue Ribbon School of Excellence – The School of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. Tune into our podcast for homilies, reflections, and more!
 
Talks, speeches and presentations by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto
 
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The Trench
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"The Trench" explores how our relationships make us who we are and how we are to engage with others in light of the Orthodox Christian Faith.
 
Charles Borromeo was the cardinal archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Milan from 1564 to 1584. He was a leading figure during the Counter-Reformation and was responsible for significant reforms in the Catholic Church, including the founding of seminaries for the education of priests. He is honoured as a saint in the Catholic Church and his feast day is November 4. (Summary from Wikipedia)
 
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It Takes A Village
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Updates from Our Clergy, Staff, and Beloved Campers - Updates, homilies, stories, and reports from the staff, clergy, and campers of Antiochian Village Summer Camp.
 
See. Think. Live! is a Catholic podcast recorded out in Cowlitz County, Washington by Fr. Bryan Ochs, a priest for the Archdiocese of Seattle, and Jonathan Dick, the Pastoral Assistant for Evangelization and Social Media. This is part of their response to the New Evangelization and hope that their listeners, locally or elsewhere, will grow in faith and begin to see, think and live like Jesus!
 
The Archdiocese of Sydney held a Vocation Discernment Weekend in November 2010, and again in April 2011, at The Seminary of the Good Shepherd in Homebush. Listen to the talks in this podcast!
 
In October 2012, the 50th anniversary of the commencement of the Second Vatican Council (11 October 1962) was commemorated. To celebrate this, the Holy Father has called for a ‘Year of Faith’ for the Universal Church from 11 October 2012 to 24 November 2013. Among the various events to celebrate this historic moment in the Church's history, the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney is hosting a major conference from 20-23 May 2013, called: The Great Grace Conference - Receiving Vatican ll Today Ple ...
 
Weekly Homilies from St. Rose Catholic Church in Longview, WA by Very Rev. Bryan Ochs.
 
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Colorado Matters
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Focusing on the state's people, issues and ideas, hear Colorado Matters on Colorado Public Radio's in-depth news station at www.cpr.org.
 
Podcasts from Legatus Twin Cities meetings
 
Podcast by Mike St. Pierre
 
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KRLD News
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KRLD News
 
Catch On the Record, hosted by Sheilah Kast, weekdays from 9:30 to 10:00 am, following NPR's Morning Edition. We'll discuss the issues that affect your life and bring you thoughtful and lively conversations with the people who shape those issues -- business people, public officials, scholars, artists, authors, WYPR reporters and other journalists who can take us inside the story. If you want to share a comment, question, or an idea for an interview you?d like to hear, email us at
 
SCENE (Sydney Congress Embracing the New Evangelisation) provides a mini World Youth Day experience in the heart of Sydney during non World Youth Day years. SCENE 2012 will build on Madrid 2011 and help to prepare for Rio in 2013. IN HIM is the theme of SCENE 2012. During this Year of Grace we have been invited to contemplate the face of Christ and to recognise, respond and receive the grace that is being offered to us in him. SCENE is an event where you can do just that. At SCENE we will ST ...
 
The Director of Catholic Communications, here in the Archdiocese of Sydney went on a whirlwind tour of the world, visiting New York, Poland, Rome, Spain, and Canada. An award winning journalist in Australia, Katrina took our trusty recorder and interviewed along the way. From peaceful pro-life rallies in New York, to interviewing the editor-in-chief of Rome Reports, exploring Poland's amazing spiritual history, and chatting with the one and only Fr Tom Rosica of Salt+Light TV ... enjoy this ...
 
Orthodox dialogue to illumine the heart - Join Kevin Allen for another fascinating interview with an Orthodox Christian you should know.
 
Church of Saint Clare, Staten Island, NY - www.stclaresi.com
 
The Office of Youth Ministry podcast is intended to bring you a variety in content ranging from retreat talks to guest speakers to prayer series to other youth ministry resources.
 
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The girls take on the long-awaited sequel to the classic film, Mary Poppins Returns. They discuss how true life stands in contrast to despair, how our perspectives shape our realities, and the role of wonder in the spiritual life. They close with their Top 5 Imaginary Places.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
John Liddle With Trisha Ruiz on KRLD.
 
Will the Preakness Stakes remain at Baltimore’s aging Pimlico Race Course? Will Maryland legalize sports betting, and how will that change what it means to be a sports fan?Amanda Yeager of the Baltimore Business Journal takes us through the arguments for and against moving the second leg of racing's’ Triple Crown to Laurel Park. Read her report ...…
 
A Denver filmmaker who was adopted from South Korea explores the stories of his fellow Korean transracial adoptees. Then, NASA considers two Colorado companies to design lunar landers. Next, this CU professor is researching how to boost immune systems with bacteria from rural soil. Finally, a new documentary explores how humans became the fifth ...…
 
The sorrow, heartache and suffering connected with loss can leave a person paralyzed with grief.In “Before and after Loss: A Neurologist’s Perspective on Loss, Grief, and Our Brain” Dr. Lisa Shulman channels her personal encounters with bereavement into exploration of what takes place in the brain when we’re grieving. Shulman discusses interpre ...…
 
Rockin' and rollin' into our second week of a four-part series on, faith and rock. We talk Chesterton, Guns and Roses, AD/DC and life on the road, the Eurythmics and how rock tries to figure out what stirs the human heart. Oh, and Deacon Eric backs himself into a musical corner in the first ten minutes, this week on Thinking Faith!…
 
The partial government shutdown, now the longest ever, has federal employees and agencies scrambling to help with housing and other needs. Then, why many people don't have deep saving accounts. Next, an I-70 corridor train is still a possibility. Also, jazz musician Ron Miles remembers Martin Luther King Jr.…
 
Fish has the latest on the Cowboys offensive coordinator search.
 
Scores of marching bands, dance squads, fraternities, sororities, and civic organizations are gearing up for Baltimore’s most-anticipated parade--honoring the legacy of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. We visit some participants as they prepare for the big day Monday … and ask, what does taking part in the MLK Day parade mean for them?We hear from t ...…
 
Here's a Stoop story by Doray Sitko about what it means to rise to the challenge of service.
 
When bull rider Mason Lowe died at the stock show this week, it was a rare tragedy. Then, child golf prodigy Becca Huffer makes her LPGA debut. Next, the play "Hooded, Or Being Black for Dummies" opens. Also, responses to our reparations story. Then, an update on expunging pot convictions. Next, see the Super Blood Wolf Moon. And, how to clean ...…
 
Abundance: Chris McCullough’s reflection on the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, part of the Engaged Evangelist series. Subscribe on our website to receive these reflections by email! Welcome to the podcast for the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore! Join us at Masses Saturday at 5pm, and Sunday at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Visit us online at ...…
 
Climate change may cause more harm to women, a CU physician finds. Then, bark beetles are still menacing forests. Next, how many Colorado natives are there? Also, a preview of the Pueblo mayoral election.Then, this RTD crossing could be a hazmat disaster. Next, sheep shearing at the stock show. Finally, an ex-Lumineer's first solo album, 'Rattl ...…
 
Father Ewing’s homily on The Baptism of the Lord. Welcome to the podcast for the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore! Join us at Masses Saturday at 5pm, and Sunday at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Visit us online at www.cathedralofmary.org for more info on upcoming events. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and we hope to see you at M ...…
 
Monsignor Woy’s homily on The Baptism of the Lord. Welcome to the podcast for the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore! Join us at Masses Saturday at 5pm, and Sunday at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Visit us online at www.cathedralofmary.org for more info on upcoming events. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and we hope to see you at ...…
 
Sometimes tragedy gives birth to social change. Six years ago Ethan Saylor, a young man with Down Syndrome, died in an encounter with law-enforcement. Could adequate training have changed that outcome?Ethan’s mother Patti Saylor thinks so. She tells us about officer training designed to help contacts with people with intellectual and developmen ...…
 
They're two of the giants in world of prescription drugs. And now, they're not getting along. Some CVS customers won't be able to fill their prescriptions at Walmart stores.
 
This is supposed to be a Superbowl commercial -- and it wouldn't be one without controversy. Do you think anything's wrong with this ad?
 
In this episode, we talk with Dr. John Cuddeback, Chairman of the Department of Philosophy at Christendom College.We discuss:-John's blog, Bacon from Acorns (https://baconfromacorns.com/)-Friendship and how it comes in diverse forms-Technology and the importance of its moderation in relation to friendshipFor more info about John and his excelle ...…
 
With Democrats in control at the state Capitol, criminal justice advocates are pushing a series of reform proposals. Then, Marwan Nassr is one of the refugee students profiled in "The Newcomers." Next, zebu cattle at the National Western Stock Show. Also, the story of a "red diaper baby," the child of blacklisted actors in the McCarthy era.…
 
Even in winter, committed bicyclists can be found traversing Baltimore’s streets. How is the city making way for bikes, and improving safety for all?Liz Cornish, head of the advocacy group BikeMore, describes the city’s new Complete Streets ordinance, offers an update on the nearly finished Downtown Bike Network, and analyzes the success of doc ...…
 
January 5, 2019 - Conference 3 by Archdiocese of St. Louis
 
One of the most powerful forms of healing is peer support -- receiving advice and encouragement from someone who truly understands what you’ve been through because they’ve been through it, too. Our guests today live by that philosophy. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Society, or LEGS, says it provides "resources and emotional peer support ...…
 
Over and above all the interesting and inspiring conversations that are had in the hallowed halls of the Pastoral Centre - one topic dominates among our show hosts and anyone they can get to listen. Rock and Roll. Is it possible to make a 'Theology of Rock and Roll' a thing? What kind of thing might that be? And where might this fit in an evang ...…
 
Matthew Shepard has been dead for as long as he was alive — 21 years. His parents have built their lives around LGBT activism, but also their grief. Then, a CSU professor studies the stormiest place on Earth: the Andean foothills. Next, the second part to our story about reparations in Colorado today. Finally, meet CU's first female Rhodes scholar.…
 
California's major power company, Pacific Gas and Electric, is planning to file the paperwork for bankruptcy protection.
 
After unearthing their ancestors' history of slave-owning, these two white Colorado women turn to reparations. Then, this astronaut survived an emergency landing but will fly again. Next, keep those holiday lights up until the stock show ends. Also, behind the book "If I Live Until Morning." Then, how King Soopers got its name. Finally, meet th ...…
 
Sea levels along the Eastern Shore are rising twice as rapidly as the global average. A new documentary highlights Smithville, a small community founded by freed slaves whose historic church and cemetery are threatened by the encroaching marsh. Watch "Smithville" here.Rona Kobell of Maryland Sea Grant, describes the causes and consequences of r ...…
 
Beginnings: Chris McCullough’s reflection on The Baptism of the Lord, part of the Engaged Evangelist series. Subscribe on our website to receive these reflections by email! Welcome to the podcast for the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore! Join us at Masses Saturday at 5pm, and Sunday at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Visit us online at www.cathe ...…
 
Colorado GOP chairman Jeff Hays will not seek reelection after a blue wave swept the midterm elections. Then, furloughed federal workers go the first day with no pay. Next, the state of hemp. Also, this doctor who studies vertigo also experiences it. Then, the Phamaly Theatre Company was born from disappointment and discrimination. Finally, CPR ...…
 
Here’s a Stoop Story from Christine Sajecki about giving her all, for her art!
 
Even before his first solo exhibit in Harlem in 1940, artist Romare Bearden's focus was social change. He was a social worker for decades, as he enhanced his skills as a political cartoonist, painter and creator of collages. Bearden's art is on exhibit now at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum. His niece Deidra Harris-Kelley, co director of the RoMAR ...…
 
Dr. Megan Purdy with the Holistic Health Center of Dallas on 1080 KRLD
 
Possessing small amounts of cannabis was decriminalized in Maryland four years ago. But more than 10 grams is still a misdemeanor -- and recent data show that in Baltimore, nearly all those arrested are black. Journalist Brandon Soderberg, who crunched the numbers, noted the data comes as Baltimore faces serious challenges in criminal justice. ...…
 
After years of contentious negotiations, the Frontier Airlines pilots have cut a deal that includes a 53 percent average pay raise. Then, how to spot the migratory and nesting bald eagles that call Colorado home. Next, meet another new CPR show, Latino USA. Finally, composer Itzhak Perlman reflects on his career and music today.…
 
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