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Best Carmelites podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Carmelites podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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In our hyper communicative and mobile world we’re more connected than ever before and yet we find it difficult to go deeper in our relationships because we’re so distracted by the constant stream of information that bombards us. Often, if we really desire to have meaningful conversations, we need to disconnect—shut off our smart phones, laptops etc—in order to connect more deeply with others. The same is true for our spiritual life. If we want to deepen our relationship with God, we need to ...
 
In our hyper communicative and mobile world we’re more connected than ever before and yet we find it difficult to go deeper in our relationships because we’re so distracted by the constant stream of information that bombards us. Often, if we really desire to have meaningful conversations, we need to disconnect—shut off our smart phones, laptops etc—in order to connect more deeply with others. The same is true for our spiritual life. If we want to deepen our relationship with God, we need to ...
 
In our hyper communicative and mobile world we’re more connected than ever before and yet we find it difficult to go deeper in our relationships because we’re so distracted by the constant stream of information that bombards us. Often, if we really desire to have meaningful conversations, we need to disconnect—shut off our smart phones, laptops etc—in order to connect more deeply with others. The same is true for our spiritual life. If we want to deepen our relationship with God, we need to ...
 
The Carmelite Conversations podcast centers on the teachings of Carmelite Spirituality and their application to our busy modern lives. It provides counsel on how to live the Carmelite call to combine contemplative prayer with service to the Church, while at the same time providing guidance on how to make progress in holiness.
 
Catholic Radio for the USA
 
The Practice of the Presence of God is a collection of letters and transcriptions of conversations, compiled by a disciple of Brother Lawrence. Brother Lawrence was a Carmelite monk and head cook in his monastery’s kitchens. He quickly gained an international reputation as a mystic and spiritual counselor. The Practice of the Presence records his last words of advice to his friends and disciples, as he suffered from an unnamed illness which would eventually take his life. (Description writte ...
 
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Beyond Damascus
Weekly
 
Encounter with Dan DeMatte and Patrick Reis brings young adults the life-changing testimonies of ordinary people that launch them into lives of extraordinary mission for Christ and His Church.
 
Spiritual reflections from The Most Reverend Frederick F. Campbell, D.D, Ph.D. Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Columbus.
 
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Beyond Damascus
Weekly
 
Dan Dematte and Aaron Richards co-host a show that brings you life-changing encounters of ordinary people that launch them in to lives of extraordinary mission. A co-production of St. Gabriel Catholic Radio and EWTN Radio.
 
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The Met: In Focus
Monthly
 
In Focus, a new podcast series from the Metropolitan Opera, introduces audience members to the operatic masterpieces presented in the company’s award-winning Live in HD cinema transmissions. Hosted by Met radio commentator and staff writer William Berger, In Focus provides historical context about the works and their creators, as well as insightful commentary about the drama and the music, accompanied by excerpts from past Met performances. For more information and a Live in HD schedule, vis ...
 
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CarmelCast
Monthly
 
Our goal here is simply to talk about the spiritual life from a Carmelite perspective - something that we already do in the monastery on a regular basis. Through this podcast, we hope to open the conversation up for you to listen and join in. We’re by no means experts on these topics, but we believe that our tradition and saints have a lot to offer to those seeking to grow closer to God.
 
for Stress Management, Anxiety Relief, Insomnia Treatment, Weight Loss
 
Saint Teresa of Ávila, also called Saint Teresa of Jesus, baptized as Teresa Sánchez de Cepeda y Ahumada, (March 28, 1515, at Gotarrendura (Ávila), Old Castile, Spain – October 4, 1582, at Alba de Tormes, Salamanca, Spain) was a prominent Spanish mystic, Carmelite nun, and writer of the Counter Reformation. She was a reformer of the Carmelite Order and is considered to be, along with John of the Cross, a founder of the Discalced Carmelites. In 1970 she was named a Doctor of the Church by Pop ...
 
All the free audio material Dr. Miller has published, including news updates, timely messages, audio articles, as well as all the free guided imagery, meditation, and self-hypnosis experiences. All the episodes of his weekly radio show, Conversations with Extraordinary People, are here, as well as answers to your questions on Ask Dr. Miller. A treasure trove of amazing facts and powerful Software for the Mind to help you Change Your Mind, Change Your Life. Many of Dr. Miller’s radio shows, i ...
 
Whether you are just beginning your healing journey or are well on your way to total well-being, you will find a wealth of information and recorded experiences here to support your efforts. You’ll learn ways to optimize health and performance for yourself, friends, or clients/patients as well as how to apply these tools at a family, community, or global level. You will find articles by Dr. Miller, conversations with remarkable people, free meditations, and audio and video recordings for self ...
 
Teresa of Ávila, also called Saint Teresa of Jesus, baptized as Teresa Sánchez de Cepeda y Ahumada (28 March 1515 – 4 October 1582), was a prominent Spanish mystic, Roman Catholic saint, Carmelite nun, an author of the Counter Reformation and theologian of contemplative life through mental prayer. She was a reformer of the Carmelite Order and is considered to be a founder of the Discalced Carmelites along with John of the Cross.In 1622, forty years after her death, she was canonized by Pope ...
 
Essentially the sequel to The Life of St. Teresa, Teresa recounts the foundations of the Discalced Carmelite monasteries in Spain, both for men and women. This book tells of all the triumphs and troubles, and about the many people who helped her.(Introduction by Ann Boulais)
 
The poems of St John of the Cross, with their mystic depth and spiritual ecstasy, stand among the world's great poems of Divine Love in all traditions. St John is one of the Roman Catholic Doctors of the Church, was a reformer of the Carmelite Order, and co-founder with St Teresa of Avila of the Discalced Carmelites. Teresa invited John to follow her, and in the protocols of the times, also became her Spiritual Director and Confessor. Many of their individual works could be considered the pr ...
 
El Camino de Perfección (trans.: The Way of Perfection) is a method for making progress in the contemplative life written by St. Teresa of Ávila for the sisters of her reformed convent of the Carmelite Order (Discalced). St. Teresa was a major figure of the Catholic Reformation in 16th Century Spain. (Introduction by Wikipedia)
 
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MarianNews
Monthly
 
Sister Anne of Yahweh made her solemn vows as a Carmelite nun in 1985. Almost thirty years later she learned in prayer that Christians are heading into a time of persecution, and that she was being called to encourage them with the messages of Mary, and to promote Mary’s Rule which She gave in the apparition of LaSalette for a new Order of the Mother of God, “the Apostles of the Last Times.” This is not the “end of the world” but the end of one time or era (dominated by Satan), and the trans ...
 
The Practice of the Presence of God is a collection of letters and transcriptions of conversations, compiled by a disciple of Brother Lawrence. Brother Lawrence was a Carmelite monk and head cook in his monastery's kitchens. He quickly gained an international reputation as a mystic and spiritual counselor. The Practice of the Presence records his last words of advice to his friends and disciples, as he suffered from an unnamed illness which would eventually take his life. (Description writte ...
 
Classical 101 is the only classical music station in Central Ohio. The Classical 101 hosts provide insight into classical music news from Columbus and around the world.
 
An in-depth and free-wheeling narrative history of the colony/province/state of Maryland
 
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David Torkington
Monthly
 
Christian Prayer and Mystical Theology
 
She is also known as St.Thérèse of Child Jesus. She was born at Alençon, France, 2 January 1873; died at Lisieux 30 September 1897. When she was fifteen she applied for permission to enter the Carmelite Convent, and being refused by the superior, went to Rome with her father, as eager to give her to God as she was to give herself, to seek the consent of Pope Leo XIII, then celebrating his jubilee. He preferred to leave the decision in the hands of the superior, who finally consented and on 9 ...
 
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Schools of Prayer
Daily+
 
Monks, nuns and priests in Catholic religious communities often have deeply prayerful lives that bring them closer to the Lord. So what can we learn from those with a devotion to great saints like St Thérèse of Lisieux, St Dominic, St Benedict, St Francis of Assisi, St Clare, St Bernard and St Ignatius? From the Dominicans to the Benedictines, the Carmelites to the Franciscans, this podcast series explores some of these wonderful 'Schools of Prayer'.
 
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The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspective
 
Please take this survey to help us to better serve you through this ministry: https://forms.gle/jvXA9pDZ9DGnHf6o8 Each November we celebrate the Feast of All Carmelite Saints and the Commemoration of All Carmelite Souls. During these days we remember and pray for the Carmelites who have passed away, who by living out their vocations faithfully ...…
 
Dan and Aaron talk with Sisters Maria Goretti and Magdalene Grace of the Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles.By Beyond Damascus
 
The post 11/02/19-Beyond Damascus-Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles appeared first on St Gabriel Catholic Radio.By St. Gabriel Catholic Radio
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspective
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspective
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The post 11/19/19-Bishop Campbell-Living The Catholic Life appeared first on St Gabriel Catholic Radio.By St. Gabriel Catholic Radio
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspective
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspective
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspective
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspective
 
Aaron and Dan discuss the Narrow Path.By Beyond Damascus
 
The post 11/16/19-Beyond Damascus-Following The Narrow Path appeared first on St Gabriel Catholic Radio.By St. Gabriel Catholic Radio
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspective
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspective
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
A young pharaoh transforms ancient Egypt with his revolutionary religious ideas—a tale made modern through Philip Glass’s mesmerizing and distinctive musical style. Learn more about Akhnaten with our In Focus podcast, hosted by author, Met radio commentator, and staff writer William Berger.By The Metropolitan Opera
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspective
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Brother Lawrence
 
The post 11/12/19-Bishop Campbell-Living The Catholic Life appeared first on St Gabriel Catholic Radio.By St. Gabriel Catholic Radio
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspectiveBy Order of Carmelites
 
The Daily Disconnect Podcast is a brief, guided daily meditation focusing on the exercise of prayer from a Catholic Carmelite perspective
 
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