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Learn to connect better with others in every area of your life. Immerse yourself in spirited conversations with people who know how hard it is, and yet how good it feels, to really connect with other people – whether it’s one person, an audience or a whole country. You'll know many of the people in these conversations – they are luminaries in our culture. Some you may not know. But what links them all is their powerful ability to relate and communicate. It's something we need now more than ever.
 
The Ray Donovan After Show breaks down episodes of Showtime's Ray Donovan. Show Summary: Ray Donovan is a "fixer" for Hollywood's elite. He is the go-to guy that the city's celebrities, athletes and business moguls call to make their problems disappear. It's a much more lucrative job than his previous work as a ruthless South Boston thug, vaulting him within reach of the truly wealthy and powerful. But no amount of money or the expensive things it can buy can completely mask Ray's past, a pa ...
 
We are a group of long time friends, that get together once a week to talk TV, movies, video games, news stories anything and everything under the pop culture sun. We are not politically correct. Just "normal" guys with normal lives who love talking nonsense. Contact the Terrible Talkers at wallytheterrible@gmail.com theterribletalkers@gmail.com Call or Text us 2037108955 Movies we will be covering this year John Wick 2, Split, Logan, X-Men, Kong Skull Island, Beauty and the Beast, Ghost in ...
 
Important news and personal conversations with notable guests, who end up revealing their favorite comedian. Nunyo Demasio -- an award-winning journalist and bestselling author — engages his guests about their careers, topical subjects and much more. One staple of the show is that each guest grades a joke by the host, and perhaps offers one. For more, visit us at Facebook or nunyodemasio.com/podcast
 
Each week, Executive Producers Jay Blumenfield and Tony Marsh discuss the business and inner-workings of reality television, as well as share absurd behind-the-scenes stories, pop culture trivia, and what it means to be alive in the 21st century. A must listen for TV fans, aspiring producers, former employees, podcast junkies, and the bed ridden. Follow us on Twitter @jayandtony
 
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This week, we are hearing from some of the best and brightest women in the world on issues ranging from life, to work, to roles in the Church and everything in between.Questions Covered:16:19 – I do frequently think about my death, but not in a productive or helpful way. I think about how I could do more for people when I die. I look forward to it.…
 
This week, we are hearing from some of the best and brightest women in the world on issues ranging from life, to work, to roles in the Church and everything in between.Questions Covered:29:04 – I am disabled and am so worried that the doctors will convince me to sign away my life. I live in fear that my daughter will not be able to help me. What ca…
 
This week, we are hearing from some of the best and brightest women in the world on issues ranging from life, to work, to roles in the Church and everything in between.Questions Covered:18:50 – Did Mary Magdalene have children? 31:18 – Is there evidence in the New Testament for women being priests? 43:30 – I don’t understand why women today look ba…
 
This week, we are hearing from some of the best and brightest women in the world on issues ranging from life, to work, to roles in the Church and everything in between.Questions Covered:16:28 – I might be a father someday and I worry about providing monetarily for them. Do you think that people put off being a mother or father because they worry to…
 
Our guest this week, Guy Averill, has loved working the land since his boyhood in England. And while some get to their current professions by way of a circuitous journey involving many different jobs, Guy's path never veered too far away from farming. Why? Because he loves it too much, calling it a true vocation. Is it hard work? Yes. Are there a l…
 
This week, we are hearing from some of the best and brightest women in the world on issues ranging from life, to work, to roles in the Church and everything in between.Questions Covered:06:25 – How do we respond to people who say, why is abortion bad if the baby goes straight to heaven anyway? 11:45 – My friend says that Planned Parenthood provides…
 
This week, we are hearing from some of the best and brightest women in the world on issues ranging from life, to work, to roles in the Church and everything in between.Questions Covered:09:00 – How do we work with young men and women in chastity to prevent unwanted pregnancies? 14:52 – The right of life shouldn’t wait for the Supreme Court to overt…
 
This week, we are hearing from some of the best and brightest women in the world on issues ranging from life, to work, to roles in the Church and everything in between.Questions Covered:21:20 – I’m a guy who just came out of a relationship that ended, that was very serious. I struggled to make my girlfriend happy. What is the man’s responsibility f…
 
This week, we are hearing from some of the best and brightest women in the world on issues ranging from life, to work, to roles in the Church, and everything in between.Questions Covered:24:11 – Is it appropriate for me to invite my friend, who is living with her girlfriend, to my wedding? 32:40 – How do you live with this? I am a married mother of…
 
When we see a magic trick, is the magician fooling us, or are we fooling ourselves? Penn Jillette, the talking half of the magic team Penn and Teller, tells Alan how tricks are a test of how we process reality. Support the show: https://www.aldacommunicationtraining.com/podcasts/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
This week, we are hearing from some of the best and brightest women in the world on issues ranging from life, to work, to roles in the Church.Questions Covered:20:22 – How can you say that no human has ever been born into the world without distinct genitalia? There are plenty of cases of people being born with ambiguous genitalia and I am horrified…
 
This week, we are hearing from some of the best and brightest women in the world on issues ranging from life, to work, to roles in the Church.Questions Covered:19:39 – What is your idea of how the feminine genius comes through in certain roles (teacher, leader, etc.)? How can men step up in the Church? 31:12 – How do you reconcile the verse “women …
 
Questions Covered:01:17 – How can I explain to my Protestant friend that Mary is holy and full of grace? She wants biblical evidence. 13:18 – How can Catholics know if they are asking for intercession from saints who are really in God’s presence? 18:52 – The Catholic Old Testament has 39 books, but the Jews have 24 books. How can the Catholic Old T…
 
Questions Covered:05:30 – If Mary had to be free of the stain of original sin in order to conceive Jesus, then wouldn’t her mother have had to be free also in order to conceive Mary, and so on? 12:12 – Why is there a ten-month preparation for baptism and initiation into the Church when you baptize infants with no preparation? 19:08 – If Mary was pe…
 
Callers choose the topics during Open Forum, peppering our guests with questions on every aspect of Catholic life and faith, the moral life, and even philosophical topics that touch on general religious belief. Questions Covered:01:01 – Is it within the bounds of Catholic orthodoxy to believe that God is somewhat in time rather than simply timeless…
 
Callers choose the topics during Open Forum, peppering our guests with questions on every aspect of Catholic life and faith, the moral life, and even philosophical topics that touch on general religious belief. Questions Covered:03:50 – In Exodus 3:2, the angel of the Lord appears to Moses in the burning bush, but that when he saw the bush, he saw …
 
Purgatory is real and Karlo Broussard is here to answer listeners questions about it.Questions Covered:07:27 – If we receive a plenary indulgence at the moment of death, will we go straight to heaven if we are not yet morally perfect? 21:01 – Is it possible that some of us who appear to be living on earth are actually going through purgatory right …
 
Who was Jesus and what was he like?Questions Covered:19:27 – It seems like today people see Jesus as a lovey dovey hippy, but the language in Scripture from him can be really strong. Why does he use such harsh analogies and words at times? 29:26 – How can we better understand why Jesus talks about not judging other people’s hearts? 31:51 – Do we kn…
 
Unconventionally refreshing, forever fun, and intrepid to the fullest, Corey McGonigle is an IT project manager by trade and an adventurer by heart who approaches life with vim, vigor, and a huge dose of kindness. Dropping out of college early in her career, Corey found her passion in project management early and, after working overseas, decided at…
 
Questions Covered:01:25 – If a Baptized Catholic gets married outside of the church to a non-Catholic, do they need to get an annulment if they get a divorce? 03:57 – How do you glorify God in a morally neutral jobs? 12:20 – How are we supposed to spread the Gospel? 18:00 – I am wondering about the ecumenical council that Pope John Paul in, the Ass…
 
Questions Covered:04:56 – After the second coming of Christ will we be able to explore other planets in the universe? 07:43 – Can there be a law that you are not able to practice witchcraft or black magic or anything of that sort- my family is getting harmed by people doing black magic to us- I want to create a law that prevents people from doing t…
 
We not only need to sleep, we need to dream, too. Robert Stickgold explains why we must go to the movies every night when we sleep – it’s to make sense of our waking world. And it’s all in his book When Brains Dream. Support the show: https://www.aldacommunicationtraining.com/podcasts/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Questions Covered:21:22 – What is a “right and just” that you have found in the Catholic Church that Protestant and Lutheran preachers today, in North America, just don’t seem to see?31:45 – Practically speaking, is it going to take a change of our political party in order for us to build a civilization orientated towards God?41:38 – I realize that…
 
Questions Covered:18:48 – Do we take the ages of people in the bible literally?33:30 – How can I read the Bible in larger doses? How do I handle more than just a small dose?40:00 – Given the more recent non-literal interpretations of the Bible, why would I not think Jesus’ resurrection was interpretive as well?44:30 – If Aliens do exist, does that …
 
Questions Covered:15:40 – I want to thank John for giving me the right words to promote and discuss with other people. You’ve enabled me to have a conversation with people.27:44 – I wanted John to know that I took courses from him and I wanted to commend you both for how great you both are.Resources Mentioned:Life-Craft.org……
 
Questions Covered:15:35 – Are there resources or exercises for prayer to ask for peace? I have the desire but do not know how when there is so much chaos around me.23:31 – How can I find peace when I don’t find peace in doing the right thing or the wrong thing?31:19 – I come from a large family and I am the middle child. How do I gain peace and kee…
 
Questions Covered:04:29 – In the Lord’s prayer, it says, “forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.” The problem is that we do not forgive people the way that God forgives. How can we reconcile this? 12:28 – Why is the Catholic position about the essence of God more correct than the orthodox position? 16:21 – Do you ha…
 
Questions Covered:02:42 – My friend thinks the Catholic Church is apostate and the whore of Babylon. How can I respond to him? 11:22 – Is there a way to bypass the Catechism in formation for children with a learning disability who can’t understand it? 14:40 – I am a single Catholic. Can I adopt a child? 18:12 – I collect Yugioh cards and some peopl…
 
Vince Harris started his career as a jet engine mechanic in the Air Force. Now he is a measurement expert who ensures the tools we use and the parts on which they are used are all perfectly calibrated. Why does this matter, you ask? Because without calibration, things eventually break - like airplanes, for example (yes, this is important stuff!). I…
 
Questions Covered:01:17 – Is Molinism a heretical view? 11:40 – How would you address people who claim to be Christians but who don’t wear masks and aren’t willing to protect others from the virus? 17:13 – In emphasizing tradition, how do Catholics achieve a balance between Scripture and Tradition in their personal prayer lives? 28:32 – I am in RCI…
 
Questions Covered:06:39 – Is voting pro-choice a sin? 18:49 – What is the history of married priests and when did it switch over to celibate priests? 28:55 – What are your thoughts on shuckling while praying and how does it relate to the energy of God? 32:36 – How can I defend the protoevangelium of James? 41:40 – Why did Paul rebuke Peter when he …
 
They did their military service, not in Vietnam, but in the world's largest research hospital – and over the years their work has saved millions of lives. You’ve probably never heard this story, even though someday yours may be a life that is saved by the Soldiers of Science. Support the show: https://www.aldacommunicationtraining.com/podcasts/ See…
 
Which Catholic Doctrine Troubles You?Questions Covered:01:20 – Catholic teaching on redemptive suffering troubles me. 13:09 – I don’t understand why the Church teaches that the call to the priesthood is higher than the call to marriage. 21:36 – Someone recently told me that the Resurrection is just made up by St. Paul. Is there evidence for it? 29:…
 
Which Catholic Doctrine Troubles You?Questions Covered:07:18 – I am troubled by the doctrine about the Virgin Mary called the Debitum Peccati. It has to do with the Immaculate Conception and her freedom from original sin. How can I better understand this? 18:11 – It seems like Catholics worship both Jesus and Mary. Is that true? I am a Lutheran. 29…
 
This week's guest Ray Vicks was the first in his big family (12 kids!) to attend college. Having landed a solid job with Arthur Andersen right out of school, Ray spent his first years "learning how to xerox" before buckling down and moving up the ranks. Hear how his biggest professional disappointment led to his eventual ascendancy to partnership i…
 
Jimmy Akin, senior apologist at Catholic Answers, selects from weird and wacky questions submitted via the internet and tackles them head on in this episode of “Weird Questions.” If you have a mysterious, fantastic, or otherworldly query, please email it to radio@catholic.com. Questions Covered:01:58 – Is it possible that the Star of Bethlehem was …
 
Jimmy Akin, senior apologist at Catholic Answers, selects from weird and wacky questions submitted via the internet and tackles them head on in this episode of “Weird Questions.” If you have a mysterious, fantastic, or otherworldly query, please email it to radio@catholic.com.Questions Covered:02:44 – If Mary didn’t suffer any labor and giving-birt…
 
Catholic Answers Live Christmas Quiz Show ExtravaganzaROUND 1Which gospel is the only one that mentions the magi?a) Matthewb) Markc) Luked) JohnWhich gospel is the only one that mentions the shepherds visiting the baby Jesus?e) Matthewf) Markg) Lukeh) JohnWhich gospel does not start with the infancy of Jesus but before the beginning of the world wi…
 
What do Catholics believe what they do?Questions Covered:11:51 – Why do we use things like holy water or blessed salt? 16:26 – If Jesus spoke in hyperbole so often, how do we know that he wasn’t being hyperbolic when talking about his flesh and blood in the Eucharist? 24:01 – Peter says that people must be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ. Why …
 
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