Best Lourdes podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Podcast by Lourdes Denver
 
The podcast for business women. Grow your business, increase your connections, and succeed on your own terms. We want to network with you. The Networker for Business Women is a Welhaven and Associates Project.
 
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Lourdes Health Talk
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Information and Education for your Mind, Body and Spirit.
 
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Lourdes Leiner
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Hello welcome to my podcast!
 
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Christianity and Other religions
 
Culture is calling us to live one way, Jesus is calling us to live another.
 
We all have stress from time to time. However, when your stress begins to affect your quality of life, it might be time to consider trying a form of stress relief that does not involve medication. T'ai Chi Chih's gentle movements release stress by relaxing and rejuvenating the body while refreshing the mind. Michelle Carlino, E-RYT 500 YACEP , ...…
 
Staying watchful for health issues related to the breast, and taking the optimal and most timely care steps in breast health, is important for a woman and can mean the difference in a woman's health. Just as important as understanding the latest age-related recommendations for preventive breast x-rays and other screening steps is finding a cent ...…
 
22nd Sunday In Ordinary Time - Sept. 2, 2018 - Fr. Brady Wagner by Lourdes Denver
 
"To be a good Christian means I have faith, hope, and love in Jesus, and I am obedient to His commands." -Father Brian"When we see that empty cross, help us to pick it up." —Fr. Brian
 
"Jesus, purge the evil from our midst." "The answer to scandal is holiness." —FBL
 
The Feast Of The Assumption - August 15, 2018 - Fr. Brian by Lourdes Denver
 
"He is the only one who will lead you through the desert." —Fr. Brian
 
Regarding the Cardinal McCarrick scandal:Our answer to the scandal is not to turn away from the Church, but to turn toward Jesus. What drives out evil is holiness."That stumbling block in the road does not mean the road is bad. The darkness does not disprove the light." "I am not a Catholic because there is no sin in the church... I am a Cathol ...…
 
"[The saints] were so joyful and so full of life that they COULD suffer." —Fr. Brian"Tell one person about a saint every day."
 
For those frequently experiencing stomach pain, sensitivity or irritation, a food allergy or intolerance may be at the root of the problem. Dr. Rober Shmuts, a gastroenterologist at Lourdes Medical Center, discusses celiac disease, and other food-related sensitivities or allergies and what treatment options might be available at Lourdes Health ...…
 
Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the United States, right behind heart disease. While new therapies are helping more people survive cancer, they also can cause heart problems. A new medical specialty called cardio-oncology is working to solve this dilemma. At Lourdes, cardiologists work closely with oncologists to help prevent hea ...…
 
With the excitement of a new baby, focus often shifts to baby’s needs. Meanwhile, new mothers can experience physical, mental and hormonal changes that can make adjusting to a new life challenging. Dr. Rachel Shmuts, a psychiatrist at Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center, discusses postpartum depression, signs to watch for and when to seek help.…
 
Jesus raises a child from the dead and heals a sick woman. Hundreds of people touched Jesus's robe, that day in the crowd, but what made that one woman different from the others? "If your life is given over to sin, and if you aren't willing to reach out and bow yourself down before him, it will do you no good." "The day you repent of your sin, ...…
 
A large portion of the population experiences acid reflux in the esophagus either occasionally or chronically. Those who suffer from it regularly have gastroesophogeal reflux disease (GERD), one of the most common of GI conditions. While GERD is not uncommon, it is often misunderstood. Dr. Linda Miller, Gastroenterologist at Lourdes Medical Cen ...…
 
Pressure ulcers are skin injuries caused by prolonged pressure. Commonly known as bedsores, these abrasions result from staying in one position for too long. They often appear on body parts where the skin is close to the flesh, like ankles, hips, heels and the tailbone. Eight months ago, Lourdes hospitals began using a unique monitoring device ...…
 
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States. Psychiatric illness and depression are complex. The emotional pain and hopelessness can lead a person down an irreversible path. Dr. Rachel Shmuts, psychiatrist at Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center, discusses warning signs an ...…
 
The Nativity of St. John the Baptist marks six months from the birth of Christ! Let us rejoice, and St. John the Baptist, pray for us!
 
Most health experts agree that if you eat a balanced, healthy diet and exercise, it can help you to keep a healthy heart, but what exactly does that mean? Vivek Sailam, MD,cardiologist, with Lourdes Cardiology, offers his best advice for how you can use food and fitness to keep a healthy heart.
 
Why does Christ only speak to the disciples in parables? Because they weren't afraid to take a risk. Let us follow in their footsteps.
 
"If you understand the Eucharist, you will never leave the Catholic Church. ...It's the reason I'm a priest." —Father Brian
 
Holy Trinity Sunday - May 27, 2018 - Fr. Brian by Lourdes Denver
 
Pentecost Sunday - May 20, 2018 - Fr. Brian by Lourdes Denver
 
Ascension of the Lord/Mother's Day - May 13, 2018 - Fr. Brian by Lourdes Denver
 
Sixth Sunday of Easter - May 6, 2018 - Fr. Brian by Lourdes Denver
 
Fifth Sunday Of Easter - April 29, 2018 - Fr. Gama by Lourdes Denver
 
Fourth Sunday of Easter - April 22, 2018 - Fr. Brian by Lourdes Denver
 
Cancer of colon or rectum is one of the most common forms of cancer. Risk of the cancer increase once a person reaches late 40s and beyond. Gastroenterologists are usually the first to detect this problem, as a result of a colonoscopy. With better screening and earlier treatment, the death rate from this disease has continued to decline. Donald ...…
 
Sickle cell disease is the most common genetic disorder in the United States. About 100,000 Americans are thought to be living with sickle cell disease, and every year another 1,000 babies are born with the disease. Worldwide it is thought to affect more than 500,000 babies a year. Joseph Tropea, DO, discusses everything you need to know about ...…
 
"God does not promise you that your life will go smoothly. The Apostles have joy, not because everything will turn out right, but because they serve the King of the Universe who holds the power over sin and death itself, and who has redeemed us from the inside out to live forever." —Father Brian Larkin…
 
Recently the American Heart Association updated their blood pressure guidelines with five categories. Knowing which category your numbers fall in can help you take the necessary steps to keep it under control. Hafeza Shaikh, DO shares the five blood pressure categories and why it's important to know your numbers in order to live a healthier lif ...…
 
"Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good. His mercy endures forever." Because of his mercy, we belong in heaven. There is no sin that cannot be forgiven.
 
Praise be Jesus Christ! Jesus Christ is risen today! Alleluia!
 
Passion of Christ - Friday, March 30, 2018 - Fr. Brian by Lourdes Denver
 
Surrender yourself to the truth of the holiest day of the year as we enter upon Holy Week. Accept that you are a part of the greatest story ever told!
 
Nearly 15 million Americans have Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), and it is the third most common cause of death in the U.S. Although there's no cure, there are many things you can do to slow the progression, including learning more about it. Candace Bromley discusses what you need to know about COPD.…
 
Fifth Sunday Of Lent - March 18, 2018 - Fr. Brian by Lourdes Denver
 
Father Brian illustrates the tough reality that there is nothing we could do to earn the right to salvation. But, because of His grace, we can enter fully into the Kingdom of Heaven.
 
Enter more deeply into the Lenten Season and discover your life's direction with this talk from Father Brian. "One day in your house, oh Lord, is better than a thousand elsewhere."-Psalm 84
 
As Deacon grieves the loss of his beloved mother, he compares it to the season of Lent. In this time of repentance, sorrow, and resisting of temptation, know that "you will fail without the grace of God." Many profound figures bloomed in the desert; Jesus even began his ministry as our Lord & Savior because of the desert. Let us utilize this se ...…
 
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