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Welcome to High Street Tales. A Historic England podcast. Starting in Autumn 2020, specially commissioned writers on seven high streets across England began work on High Street Tales: a new storytelling initiative by Historic England to uncover the hidden histories and celebrate the everyday magic of the high street. Working both online and offline where they could, they spoke with local people to uncover memories, reflections, personal histories and local legends on and around the high stre ...
 
It didn’t all change in March 2020. Not really. The UK high street has been in the throes of a gradual revolution for decades. From the rise of ecommerce, to the birth of mobile, social commerce, and a growing emphasis on experience, change has been underway for a while. In fact for many, the pandemic has acted as a wake-up call. Digital transformation was no longer a ‘nice to have’ but a matter of survival. Necessity sparked innovation and customers are enjoying more flexibility and conveni ...
 
The Aftershock Youth Ministry Podcast is a recording of our weekly services, special events, and daily devotions that you can download to your computer, i-pod or mp3 player and enjoy! Aftershock Youth Ministry is the student ministry of First Baptist Church, Folkston, Georgia. We minister to students grades 7-12. Our key verse is Acts 4:31 which says "After they prayed, the place where they were standing was shaken. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke the word of God bold ...
 
His hand gripped my bicycle seat as he ran alongside me that warm summer day. Even though he was young and strong, he was breathing heavily, keeping me upright while we made our way down the street. “Don’t let go me go, Daddy,” I said as I concentrated on steadying myself. “I won’t let go of you, honey; not until you can do it on your own.” My father spoke in short breaths as his feet kept the same pace on the ground as my feet on the bike pedals. I was scared, but with my father by my side ...
 
A REAL CONVERSATION ABOUT REAL LIFE TOPICS, SUBJECTS, THERAPY, LIFE, MENTAL HEALTH, HEALTH AWARENESS. GETTING A NEW VIEW ON LIFE. TAKING A JOURNEY TO HEALING. I WANTED TO HAVE A CONVERSATION FOR THOSE OF US THAT HAD IT A LITTLE HARDER IN LIFE. I WANT TO USE MY STORY, MY JOURNEY, MY DAUGHTER JOURNEY W LIFE & NEW ADJUSTING TO DIABETES TYPE 1, MY FAMILY STORY TO I PREY HELP HEAL AND BRIDGE GAPS. GIVE US A NEW START. AFTER GOING THROUGH SO MANY THINGS IN LIFE LIFE LEFT ME AT A LOSS, LOST MY MAN, ...
 
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In conjunction with our recent visit with Vault by Vans, the Radio Juxtapoz podcast sat down with Stephen Mills and Jake Mednik for an in-depth conversation about collaborations with artists, brands, designers, and other creatives as well as how Vault has taken some of the most iconic silhouettes in footwear and re-imagined them for a whole new gen…
 
On this episode, Bishop continues looking at the special Masses leading up to Christmas. Hear about the Gospel readings for the 22nd through the 24th which includes Mary’s Magnificat as well as Zechariah getting his voice back and praising the Lord for fulfilling his promises. The episode ends with Bishop’s prediction on who will win the Cupertino …
 
"I’m interested in transhumanism and our evolution as a species which is where the futuristic suit and robotic gloves come from," says London-based painter Nigel Howlett when we interviewed him this past Fall. So much did his approach to art making interest us, we decided to sit down with him for an episode of our Radio Juxtapoz podcast. London as …
 
As the end of Advent approaches and Christmas is in sight, the readings and prayers shift focusing on the imminent coming of Christ. On this episode, Bishop walks through the Gospel readings for the 17th through the 21st. Hear about the genealogy of Jesus as well as the appearance of angels and Mary’s visit to Elizabeth. Link to episode about the “…
 
When you have been a magazine for 28 years, you see generations ebb and flow and meld and combine and all of the above. Peter Saul, a pop artist who has been actively showing for nearly 70 years and is one of the most influential figurative painters in America, has seen trends and tastes change so much that he is a barometer for which we look at ho…
 
The Year of St. Joseph has ended and, on this episode, Bishop Rhoades breaks down what we did as a diocese to celebrate and what we can learn from St. Joseph moving forward. Link to Pope Francis's Apostolic Letter about St. Joseph called "Patris Corde" or "With a Father's Heart:" https://www.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/apost_letters/documents/p…
 
Bishop Rhoades has returned from Baltimore and the Fall meeting of U.S. Bishops. On this episode, he gives us a behind-the-scenes peek into the Eucharistic Document's overwhelming passage and other meeting highlights, including the possible canonization of three Americans and changes to the priestly formation program. Link to Eucharist Document: ht…
 
Geoff McFetridge has rules, and he himself only knows how to break them. Or follow them, really. Over the course of multiple decades, the Canadian-born, LA-based painter, designer and overall creative has established an aesthetic that is, as he says, "the opposite of an idea." The funny thing is that, within that saying, there is basically the univ…
 
As we prepare to celebrate the Feast of Christ the King, the focus this week is...Kings! Hear about Kingly Prophecies from the Old Testament, the kingly mission of baptized Christians, and this listener-submitted question: First, Christ was born under the earthly reign of Augustus, who was the first emperor of a newly created Roman Empire. The prev…
 
Yes, this is how kick off a new season of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, and boy, do we have a banger. When you think of Radiohead, you automatically think of the story of one of the most critically acclaimed and popular bands in the world reimagining themselves at the turn of the century and becoming... well, bigger and more popular and more critical…
 
Next week is the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops annual fall assembly. Bishop Rhoades will be there as not only a representative of the Fort Wayne-South Bend Diocese but also as the Chair of the Doctrine Committee. And that Committee has been preparing a document that's been stirring up some controversy since the spring. It addresses t…
 
On this episode, Bishop talks about two 16th-century saints that we remember this week: St. Martin de Porres and St. Charles Borremeo. Hear more about how both lived simples lives, and how they serve as models for living the faith today. Then it's on to these listener-submitted questions: I have a question for Bishop Rhoades regarding suffering. Bo…
 
On this episode, Bishop talks about a special Mass he celebrates every year for those in the law profession as well as those who serve in public office. It's called the Red Mass. And this year, in his homily, he shares a story about a young Sicilian judge who courageously dealt with Mafia criminal activity in the 1980s and was later assassinated. H…
 
Longevity in the art world is something we take for granted, whether it's Juxtapoz at 28 years old or printmakers who perfect their craft for decades. It was refreshing to speak with Spoke Art Gallery and Hashimoto Contemporary's Ken Harman on his 10-year anniversary as a gallery owner, just as he opened a gallery in his third city in America. Now …
 
Bishop Rhoades recently celebrated a special Mass observing the 175th anniversary of the Miami Tribe's forced removal from Indiana. On this episode, hear more about the Native-American experience in Indiana and the connection between the Miami Tribe's treatment and what we see today with refugees who were forcibly removed or had to leave their nati…
 
Bishop calls Catholic Charities the "best kept secret in the Diocese." Hear more about their history and mission as well as their program to help Afghan refugees as we celebrate National Migration Week. Bishop is joined by special guest Dan Florin, interim CEO of Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend. For ways to help, visit cc…
 
What does the Church teach about hell? Is it real? What about the devil and the fallen angels? Is it reasonable to hope that hell is empty? Bishop breaks it down on this episode. Link to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith 1975 document "Christian Faith and Demonology:" https://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/congregations/cfaith/documents/rc…
 
The FDA has given full approval to the Pfizer COVID vaccine, and on this episode, Bishop talks about vaccine mandates and possible exemptions to those mandates. But first, current events...specifically, what's going on in Afghanistan and Haiti and ways we can help. Listener-submitted question: What are the differences between revenge, restitution, …
 
On this episode, Bishop breaks down the Pope's latest apostolic letter called Guardians of the Tradition which has revised the rules governing the Extraordinary Form of the Mass or the Traditional Latin Mass. Hear more about what the changes are and how it will affect the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend. Then it's on to recent votes in the U.S. Ho…
 
When Houston, Texas-based band Khruangbin came onto the music scene over the last decade, the breath of fresh air that came along with the trio was felt on the international stage. Their instrumental music was a combination of funk, soul, psychedelia and a bit of dub created an entire universe of visual aesthetic, and Laura lee, Mark Speer and DJ J…
 
Whoo we got thru it but booooy... try and follow please. Thanks for be patient trying to introduce my family to the podcast world... Get them comfortable with filming with me. Mr.Floyd Always Wants center stage. Healing together.! Learn about some crazy stories growing up. And G who knew opened up and really allowed her self to be vulnerable and st…
 
Every August, Bishop celebrates the Mass with Perpetual Profession of Vows for the Sisters of Perpetual Adoration; so, on this episode, he breaks down what happens during this type of Mass. Then he reflects upon the important role those living a form of consecrated life have for the mission of the Church and the world. The show wraps up with these …
 
Impact seems to be on everyone’s minds these days. The pandemic has reawakened the altruist in us all, and the societal and environmental impact of brands matter as much as price when making purchasing decisions. Technology is also driving changes in our behaviour. Digital adoption accelerated during the pandemic as people sought solutions that wer…
 
We'll soon celebrate a newly expanded feast day...what used to be the Feast of St. Martha is now the Feast of Saints Martha, Mary, and Lazarus. Find out more about this story featuring the raising of Lazarus from the dead and other miracle stories that reveal the identity of Jesus. Listener-submitted questions: After receiving First Communion, is t…
 
Imperfectly Perfect Podcast ep # 3 with special Guest my cousin Tami Start podcast at 40 min mark Forgiveness: Are there different Levels to friendship? If you knew what u do today would certain relationships have ended? are there certain people you let go in your life you should have maybe not if you were older, no ptsd, knew what you do today? Ar…
 
Today we celebrate the first Native-American to be canonized...St. Kateri Tekakwitha. Hear more about this 17th-century saint from a Mohawk village in upstate New York. She converted to Catholicism as a young adult and gave a powerful example of following God's will despite hostility and illness. Then, Bishop Rhoades takes a closer look at missiona…
 
We recently celebrated the feast of St. Maria Goretti...a young girl who fought off an attempted rape which enraged her attacker causing him to stab her multiple times. She lived one more day and forgave her attacker before she died. On this episode, Bishop talks more about her story and also the story of her attacker, Alessandro Serenelli, who rep…
 
Panic buying, impulse shopping, and the growth of online spending - in the past 18 months, customer behaviour has been wildly unpredictable. Or has it? In this episode of Retail Reawakened, we examine the psychological impact of the pandemic on consumers and what it takes to win their loyalty today. We’ll also explore how businesses are embracing n…
 
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