Best cradio podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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Cradio Interviews
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Catch-ups with inspiring individuals from all around Australia and the world.
 
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Talks – Cradio
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Saint of the Day – Cradio
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MGL Homilies – Cradio
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The Divine Wedgie – Cradio
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GG’s Faith Explorer Treehouse – Cradio
 
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Plan C Radio
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Chase and Chris offer unqualified takes on current events, pop culture, and anything else with an addition of 100% organic 'segments' that offer an insight in to their weird and dark minds.
 
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Make a Mess – Cradio
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Foolish Wisdom – Cradio
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Call to Holiness – Cradio
 
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Charly C Radio
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Charly C Radio" brings you the best Progressive House tunes biweekly! Subscribe and be sure to tune in! For more info and tracklisting, check www.djcharlyc.com
 
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SCENE 2012 – Cradio
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Proposal to Marriage – Cradio
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Catholic News Updates – Cradio
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B+C Radio
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For all you folks who can’t get enough good music, Beats+Crates Radio is up and running. It’s brought to you by your favorite DJ and mine J1 aka THE DEER. He’ll be creating a series of mixes from his collection & having special guests do their thang. Hold on tight and crank up the volume, it’s going to be an experience.
 
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Dr. C Radio
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Dr. C Radio is the official podcast of The Old Fashioned Goodtime Wakeup Show, the award-winning voice of morning radio at Western Kentucky University.For more, check out The Old Fashioned Goodtime Wakeup Show on WKU's Revolution 91.7; Fridays 6-9am central.www.live365.com/stations/wwhrlow
 
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No C Radio Podcast
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Where I play the music I enjoy and I hope you will enjoy!
 
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GG’s Faith Explorer Treehouse – Cradio
 
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Advent with the Saints – Cradio
 
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Conversations with Daniel Nour – Cradio
 
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Fr Vladimir Echalas SOLT – Cradio
 
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Q & A with Archbishop Julian – Cradio
 
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Our Lady Seat of Wisdom – Cradio
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Talkin Boxing With Billy C
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Talkin Boxing With Billy C Radio Programs Podcast
 
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Catholics Read...
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The Catholics Read team chat about a selected book from the wide world of literature - from the classic to the popular to the downright obscure.
 
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Techno Manifesto's Podcast
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A web-radio show, live techno every sunday on www.c-you.tv.Visit our site for more informations: www.technomanifesto.it
 
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Xt3 Podcast: Australian Catholic Youth Festival 2015
 
In this podcast listen to talks from the Australian Catholic Youth Festival held in Adelaide in 2015.The talks and workshops from the festival will be added over the next few weeks.These talks were recorded by Xt3.com and Cradio.
 
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Natalia Sanmartín Fenollera’s The Awakening of Miss Primm is the contemporary Spanish author’s first novel, exploring the immersion of a modern woman into a world very foreign to our own – yet very familiar to our yearnings. Victoria, Luke and Kiara discuss Natalia Sanmartín Fenollera’s The Awakening of Miss Primm, the beauty of San Ireneo, and ...…
 
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GG’s Faith Explorer Treehouse – Cradio
 
GG and her sister Celine explore the different Sacraments in the Church and how each of them lead us to a life with Jesus. Stay Tuned for weekly episodes throughout the school term. Download this episode (right click and save) The post Holy Toolbox appeared first on Cradio.
 
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GG’s Faith Explorer Treehouse – Cradio
 
Faith explorers GG and Andy look into how we can live out our faith with charity and joy through the example of St Teresa of Calcutta. Stay Tuned for weekly episodes throughout the school term. Download this episode (right click and save) The post Smile! St Teresa of Calcutta appeared first on Cradio.…
 
Madeleine Vella looks at the Theology of the Body from the examples of the saints – who lived life in chastity and purity according to their state in life. She also explores the lives of the saints and highlights how we can strive to imitate Jesus and Mary through the example of the saints who encourage us to live a life of purity and virtue. D ...…
 
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GG’s Faith Explorer Treehouse – Cradio
 
Faith explorers GG and Ava look at how Jesus guides us through the sea of life by His Light. Stay Tuned for weekly episodes throughout the school term. Download this episode (right click and save) The post Light of Christ appeared first on Cradio.
 
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GG’s Faith Explorer Treehouse – Cradio
 
GG and Andy, the Faith Explorers, return to talk about Mary, the Queen of Heaven and her Assumption, body and soul into Heaven. They also share practical ways in which we can celebrate the Assumption of Mary. Stay Tuned for weekly episodes throughout the school term. Download this episode (right click and save) The post Heaven’s Queen appeared ...…
 
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GG’s Faith Explorer Treehouse – Cradio
 
GG and her sister, Celine, explore how we are all pilgrims on earth making our way to Heaven. They do this through the example of St Mary Mackillop, Australia’s first Saint and Holy Hero. Stay Tuned for weekly episodes throughout the school term. Download this episode (right click and save) The post Travelling to Heaven appeared first on Cradio.…
 
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GG’s Faith Explorer Treehouse – Cradio
 
GG and her friend Jake talk about St Ignatius of Loyola, the Holy Hero and how we can learn to glorify God in all that we do. The Faith Explorers learn to do this through the example of St Ignatius and learn to apply it practically. Stay Tuned for weekly episodes throughout the school term. Download this episode (right click and save) The post ...…
 
Frances and Lorraine from The Culture Project Australia share about what inspired them to become missionaries, some awe-inspiring stories from their work, and their upcoming podcast on Cradio. Download this episode (right click and save) Content advisory: This interview contains references to suicide and child pornography. If you or someone you ...…
 
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GG’s Faith Explorer Treehouse – Cradio
 
GG and her Faith Explorer friend Jake delve into how we can come to love Jesus joyfully and recognise His love, even despite our mistakes. In this episode, the Faith explorers give practical examples of how to do this in our day to day lives. Stay Tuned for weekly episodes throughout the school term. Download this episode (right click and save) ...…
 
Behind many Catholic families, parishes and communities are devout mothers imploring their Heavenly Mother to intercede for their needs through the Rosary. In his poem, The Trimmin’s on the Rosary, John O’Brien (Msgr. Patrick Joseph Hartigan) humorously and endearingly describes the regular practice of the Rosary in early Irish-Australian famil ...…
 
St Gregory Grassi was born in Italy in 1833, ordained in 1856 and sent to China five years later. Grassi was later ordained Bishop of North Shanxi. With 14 other European missionaries and 14 Chinese religious, he was martyred during the short but bloody Boxer Uprising of 1900.Throughout China during the Boxer Uprising, five bishops, 50 priests, ...…
 
Archbishop Julian Porteous explains issues with contemporary responses to gender dysphoria and the Christian response to sex and gender fluidity. Archbishop Julian also expresses his hope for a better understanding of these topics. Content advisory: This interview contains references to psychological issues. Download this episode (right click a ...…
 
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Saint of the Day – Cradio
 
St Maria Goretti was born on the 16 October 1890 in Corinaldo, Ancona, Italy. She is well-known for being attacked by 19-year-old farm-hand Alessandro Serenelli. He tried to rape the girl who fought, yelled that it was a sin, and that he would go to hell. He tried to choke her into submission, then stabbed her fourteen times. She survived in ho ...…
 
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St Anthony Zaccaria was born in 1502 in Italy. From an early age, he took a private vow of chastity. He studied medicine and received his doctorate at the age of 22. Anthony Worked as a physicians to the poor in Cremona, Italy and he felt called to the religious life. He bequeathed his inheritance to his mother, worked as a catechist, and was o ...…
 
Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati was born 6 April 1901 in Turin, Italy. He was known for being the life and soul of the party, a keen mountain climber and hiker, who involved himself in Catholic social programmes and vigorously opposed the rise of Fascism. In private, he had an intense life of prayer and love for the Sacraments; what money he had ...…
 
St Thomas the Apostle is best known for disbelieving Jesus’ resurrection when first told of it, then proclaiming “My Lord and my God”. He preached in Parthia, Persia and India, though he was so reluctant to start the mission that he had to be taken into slavery by a merchant headed that way. He eventually gave in to God‘s will, was freed, and p ...…
 
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Saint of the Day – Cradio
 
St Oliver Plunkett was born on the 30 September 1629 in Ireland. He was known as the Archbishop of Armaghand and Primate of All Ireland during the 17th century. He maintained his duties in Ireland in the face of English persecution and was eventually arrested and tried for treason in Westminster Hall. The jury returned within fifteen minutes wi ...…
 
The First Martyrs of Rome is a memorial that is in honor of the nameless followers of Christ brutally killed by the mad Emperor Nero as scapegoats for the fire in Rome. The pagan historian Tacitus and St Clement of Rome tell of a night of horror (August 15, 64 A.D.) when in the imperial parks Christians were put into animal skins and hunted, we ...…
 
Paul Elarde continues discussing Theology of the Body by exploring the destiny & design of our bodies as God had intended them. Paul also explores the topics of authentic love, freedom, contraception and celibacy in the context of the theology of the body. Download this episode (right click and save) In this podcast: 2:08: The Second D: Design. ...…
 
Paul Elarde continues discussing Theology of the Body by exploring the destiny & design of our bodies as God had intended them. Paul also explores the topics of authentic love, freedom, contraception and celibacy in the context of the theology of the body. Download this episode (right click and save) In this podcast: 2:08: The Second D: Design. ...…
 
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Saint of the Day – Cradio
 
This feast day of Ss Peter and Paul commemorates the martyrdom of the two great Apostles, assigned by tradition to the same day of June in the year 67. They had been imprisoned in the famous Mamertine Prison of Rome and both had foreseen their approaching death. Saint Peter was crucified; Saint Paul, a Roman citizen, was slain by the sword. Pet ...…
 
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St Irenaeus was born around the year 125 in Smyrna, Asia Minor. He is considered the first great Western ecclesiastical writer and theologian, who emphasized the unity of the Old and New Testaments, and of Christ’s simultaneous human and divine nature, and the value of tradition. Irenaeus was influenced by St Polycarp. He was martyred in the ye ...…
 
St Cyril of Alexandria was born in the year 376 in Alexandria, Egypt. He is recognised as being a great teacher of the Church who was the Archbishop of Alexandria. Cyril pillaged and closed the churches of the Novatian heretics (who required those who denied the faith to be rebaptized), participated in the deposing of St John Chrysostom and con ...…
 
If the life of Christ is alive in us, then we become the good news in the world. Fr Ken Barker MGL speaks about the call to witness the gospel through our joy in this homily for the 12th Sunday in Ordinary time. Download this episode (right click and save) The post Feeling Alive in Christ appeared first on Cradio.…
 
Blessed Raymond Lully was born in 1235 in Palma on the island of Mallorca in the Mediterranean Sea. He is well known for being a missionary worker. Raymond became a Secular Franciscan and founded a college where missionaries could learn the Arabic they would need in the missions. For a while he retired to solitude and spent nine years as a herm ...…
 
St Prosper of Aquitaine was born around the year 390 in the Roman Providence of Aquitaine. He was known for being “the best disciple of Augustine,” who devoted his life to defending St Augustine’s doctrines of grace and predestination against those who opposed it. This saint was a layman who worked tirelessly to increase the people’s understand ...…
 
“In the end, my Immaculate Heart will triumph” Fr Anthony Bernard reflects on the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the background and significance of the feast and devotion. http://cradio.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Immaculate%20_Heart_of_Mary.mp3 RIGHT-CLICK TO DOWNLOAD The post The Immaculate Heart of Mary appeared first on Cradio.…
 
The Nativity of John the Baptist is a Solemnity in which we honour the birth of St John the Baptist. He is the cousin of Jesus Christ and the parents of Zachary and Elizabeth. He was a prophet who preached the message of repentance to the people of Jerusalem. He converted many and prepared the way for the coming of Jesus. This fest days comes s ...…
 
“Behold the Heart which has so loved men that it has spared nothing, even to exhausting and consuming Itself, in order to testify Its love…” Fr Anthony Bernard reflects on the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus and the background and significance of the solemnity and devotion. http://cradio.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/02Sacred_Heart.mp3 RIGHT-CLI ...…
 
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Saint of the Day – Cradio
 
St Joseph Cafasso was born on the 15 January 1811 in Italy. He was born with a deformed spine and into a wealthy peasant family, he was short in stature and crippled throughout his life. Joseph was known as a professor of moral theology, as a renowned confessor, a minister to condemned prisoners and a friend and advisor of St. John Bosco. He di ...…
 
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St Thomas More was born on the 7 February 1478. in London, England. He is well-known for opposing King Henry VII on the matter of royal divorce, and refused to swear the Oath of Supremacy which declared the king the head of the Church in England. He was imprisoned in the Tower of London and martyred for his refusal to bend his religious beliefs ...…
 
Professor of Paediatrics Dr John Whitehall explains the three-stage medical response to gender dysphoria and the problems associated with this. In this talk, Dr Whitehall describes puberty blocking, cross-sex hormones and sex-change surgery. He also provides a more compassionate solution to children experiencing gender dysphoria. Download this ...…
 
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Saint of the Day – Cradio
 
St Aloysius Gonzaga was born in 1568 in Lombardy, Italy. From an early age he experienced a spiritual awakening and by the time he was 11, he was teaching the catechism to the poor and fasting three times a week. At about age 13, he made a resolution to become a Jesuit and four years later his father allowed him to enter the seminary. A Plague ...…
 
Blessed Peter Higgins was born in Ireland in 1601. He was known as a Dominican priest and for being brutally executed in the neighbourhood of what is now St. Stephen’s Green in the city of Dublin because he refused to acknowledge the king of England as the head of the church. With his fellow Dominican and the Bishop of Emly, Terence Albert O’Br ...…
 
The Body and Blood of Jesus, given to us in the Eucharist, unites us into one family. Fr David Lemewu MGL speaks about how the Eucharist is at the heart of the Church in this homily for the Feast of Corpus Christi. Download this episode (right click and save) The post United in Christ appeared first on Cradio.…
 
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GG’s Faith Explorer Treehouse – Cradio
 
Join GG and Andy as they discuss how to live out their faith and practice virtue during Ordinary time. GG and Andy also explore the love Jesus Christ holds in His heart for each and every one of us, as well as the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Stay Tuned for weekly episodes throughout the school term. Download this episode (right click ...…
 
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Saint of the Day – Cradio
 
St Romuald was born around the year 951 in Ravenna Italy. He was known as a Benedictine monk who founded several monasteries and later became the founder of the Camaldese order. Like all the saints, Romuald fought a lifelong battle against the assaults of devils and men. In the beginning of his spiritual life he was strongly assailed by numerou ...…
 
Dr Elisabeth Taylor utilises Safe Schools material to explain Gender Theory, including the proposed continuums of sexuality, gender and biological sex. Dr Taylor describes the history behind Gender Theory, as well the theory’s notions of heteronormativity, transphobia and inclusion. Download this episode (right click and save) In this podcast: ...…
 
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Saint of the Day – Cradio
 
St Ranieri spent a wild and sinful youth as a wandering minstrel and musician, partying all night, sleeping by day if at all. One evening, while performing for a merry crowd in a castle, he met a holy man whose name has not come down to us. Ranieri felt drawn to the man, talked with him, and asked that the man pray for him. Whatever the man tol ...…
 
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St John Regis was born in 1597 and died in 1640. He was a French Jesuit priest, who was known for being a good catechist that children converted their parents, and going out of his way to help the poor. John established hostels for prostitutes, granaries for the poor and the Confraternities of the Blessed Sacrament. He was canonised by Pope Cle ...…
 
Paul Elarde explores Theology of the Body by looking at eros and the desire and longing which we have to love and be loved. In this talk, Paul introduces the Theology of the Body, its origins and what it is and debunks the common misunderstanding of the body and its desires being bad and contrary to the Spirit of God. Download this episode (rig ...…
 
Paul Elarde explores Theology of the Body by looking at eros and the desire and longing which we have to love and be loved. In this talk, Paul introduces the Theology of the Body, its origins and what it is and debunks the common misunderstanding of the body and its desires being bad and contrary to the Spirit of God. Download this episode (rig ...…
 
St Landelin of Crespin lived for a time as a highway bandit, but repented and became a Benedictine monk. He founded several monasteries in France and Belgium. He was also the spiritual director of two other saints! He died in 686. http://cradio.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/SOD_june15.mp3 RIGHT-CLICK TO DOWNLOAD The post St Landelin of Cres ...…
 
St Albert Chmielowski was born in Igolomia, Poland in 1845. He was known as a Polish religious brother and founder of the Albertines. Albert is also known as Brat Albert (Brother Albert); in recognition of his holiness he has also been called the “Brother of Our Lord”, “Brother of Our God”, and “Our God’s Brother”. Albert died in 1916 and was c ...…
 
At the launch of the Archdiocese of Hobart’s Matrimonium Project, Byron and Francine Pirola share about the sacred nature of marriage, it’s importance to the Church and society, and how married couples can be a light to the world. Download this episode (right click and save) In this podcast: 2:52: Marriage doesn’t make sense. Yet every culture ...…
 
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St Anthony of Padua was born in Portugal in 1195. He is known for his simplicity and responding teaching of the faith. He was a gifted speaker who attracted crowds everywhere he went, speaking in multiple tongues. He was also known as “Hammer of the Heretics” for protecting against the lies and the deceit of the Christian doctrine. Anthony died ...…
 
The Feast of the Trinity is an invitation to discover the true nature of God as a God of kindness. Fr Chris Eaton MGL speaks about the beauty of this mystery in this homily for the Feast of the Holy Trinity. Download this episode (right click and save) The post The true nature of God appeared first on Cradio.…
 
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GG’s Faith Explorer Treehouse – Cradio
 
GG and her friend, Ava the Faith Explorer look at how to be faithful during the season of Ordinary Time and also at God as a Trinity. Together with their pets Cheeky, Rory and Lulu, they embark on another faith-filled adventure! Stay Tuned for weekly episodes throughout the school term. Download this episode (right click and save) The post The ...…
 
Blessed Yolanda of Poland is also known as Jolenta of Poland. She was born in 1235 in Esztergom, Hungry. She is the sister of Saint Margaret of Hungary and Saint Kinga (Cunegunda). One of her father’s sisters was the great Franciscan saint, Elizabeth of Hungary. She married Bolesaus, the Duke of Greater Poland and devoted her life to helping th ...…
 
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