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Les baladodiffusions pour les étudiants en médecine de l'université d'Ottawa, enregistrées par M. Martin Gauthier sous la supervision de Dr Ali R. Jalali Francophone podcasts for the medical students at the University of Ottawa, recorded by Mr. Martin Gauthier under supervision of Dr Ali R. Jalali
 
Challenges for Spanish beginner students. ???? Every Monday I will publish a "reto de la semana" in my social networks (weekly challenge to Spanish beginner students). ???? Every Sunday I will publish the solutions of this reto in my podcast. ???? Si respondes correctamente al reto ANTES DEL DOMINGO, ganarás clases de conversación GRATIS (If you answer correctly to the "challenges" BEFORE SUNDAY, you will win a free Spanish lesson) 1 correct answer = ?? ???????? = 20 minutes FREE Spanish les ...
 
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Power & Witness, a podcast by Fr. Mark Mary, MFVA (co-host of EWTN's Life on the Rock) is about the witness of faith through the power of the Holy Spirit in the world today. The title is taken from Acts 1:8, "But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be my witnesses...to the end of the earth."
 
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The ancient practice of Lectio Divina (3rd and 4th centuries CE) originated in the monastic tradition as an expression of reading sacred texts and practicing prayer/silence. It consists of four parts: lectio (read the text), meditatio (reflect on the text), oratio (respond to the text), and contemplatio (rest). This episode prepares you, the listen…
 
The ancient practice of Lectio Divina (3rd and 4th centuries CE) originated in the monastic tradition as an expression of reading sacred texts and practicing prayer/silence. It consists of four parts: lectio (read the text), meditatio (reflect on the text), oratio (respond to the text), and contemplatio (rest). This episode prepares you, the listen…
 
The ancient practice of Lectio Divina (3rd and 4th centuries CE) originated in the monastic tradition as an expression of reading sacred texts and practicing prayer/silence. It consists of four parts: lectio (read the text), meditatio (reflect on the text), oratio (respond to the text), and contemplatio (rest). This episode prepares you, the listen…
 
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