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I'm a former professional hockey trainer turned professional country music singer and I've picked four people to interview from 3 different areas in my life (personal, sport, and music) that I think most people will find interesting, inspirational, and motivating. The interviews of these four initial people showcase many of the inspiring experiences, successes, and advice that they have for the listener. In turn, I ask each of my guests to recommend a single person that they feel have a stor ...
 
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When scandal hits small-town water-bottling company Sterling Waters, two quirky assistants interview the employees, revealing bizarre obsessions, secret crushes, and goofy talents in a show (within a show) they call “Sterling Secrets”. Hosted by Emmy Laybourne (Superstar, The In-Laws) and Tracy Vilar (House, Do The Right Thing).Start with episode 1!
 
In his 20 years as an MP, Tom Watson got to meet some of the most fascinating and creative people in the world - but often only for about five minutes. Now though, Persons of Interest gives him the chance to spend a little more time with them to find out what really makes them tick. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
BEHIND THE PANEL is a SYFY WIRE podcast documentary series that celebrates everything comics. Guests include legendary DC/Marvel writers and artists (like Jim Lee, Frank Miller, and Neal Adams), hit creator-owned stars (including Karen Berger, Pia Guerra, and Becky Cloonan), as well as the talents behind comic-book movie/TV adaptations (like Kevin Conroy, Burt Ward, and Lindy Hemming). As well as the exclusive, personal stories shared on the podcast, every episode features an original music ...
 
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Interpreting the Cross | Fr. Brian’s Homily for Mother’s Day | 5.8.2022 5/8/2022Mothers“Good Shepherd: Are you calling me to give my life for you?”John 10: Good Shepherd Sunday usually dedicated to vocations“I give them eternal life and they shall never perish. No one will snatch them out of my hand.” Romans 8: “I am sure that neither death, nor li…
 
Rachel Gladstone was referred by Patricia Conroy for this episode and what a treat it was to chat with her. Here is a bio from her website http://rachelgladstone.net/ Starting her career as a bohemian backpacker who hiked across Europe and ended up singing backup for Arlo Guthrie and David Bromberg, Rachel eventually brought her musical and songwri…
 
The Discomfort of Failure | Fr. Sean's Homily | 3rd Sunday of Easter | 05.1.2022Today’s Readings: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/050122.cfm “Failure is Not Final.”—Fr. Sean Conroy“Jesus, I go to confession over and over again for the same sins. I’m still struggling with gossip. Or Internet use. Or pride and vanity. And I come to confess the…
 
Dr. Nikole MacLellan a.k.a Dr. Kokes (nicknames always stick) was fortunate enough to have the opportunity at a young age to play many sports. She found herself leading national ringette teams to gold medals, playing provincial soccer for New Brunswick, and her amazing hockey career lead her to play for the Dalhousie University women’s varsity team…
 
Today’s Readings: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/reading...“Mercy creates a community.” Fr. Brian LarkinBlaise Pascal: “There are only two kinds of men: the righteous who think they are sinners and the sinners who think they are righteous.”https://kidadl.com/quotes/blaise-pasc...“I want to invite you into being that saint. I want to invite you into …
 
Readings: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/041722.cfmWashing of Feet: John 13: 1–17https://bible.usccb.org/bible/john/13Origen says Christ washes his disciples’ feet to make them beautiful. He also says the Apostles are going to be the first witnesses of the Gospel. So, in accordance with the prophecy (below), Jesus washes the feet at the Las…
 
Todays Episode features Brandon Kelvey a BJJ Black Belt, Yoga Instructor, and Practicing Physiotherapist. Taken from Brandons bio at ProPerformance: Brandon is a Physiotherapist from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. A graduate of Dalhousie University, he holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and a Masters of Science degree in Physiotherapy. He i…
 
Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion: Thy Kingdom Come, Thy Will Be DoneApril 10, 2022Fr. Brian LarkinThis week’s Readings:https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/041022.cfmThe Lord’s Prayer: https://www.usccb.org/prayers/our-father“You and I are not like other people; we are bought by the blood of Christ.” —Fr. Brian LarkinHoly Land: Topography & land…
 
What a fantastic episode today...a chat with CCMA Hall of Fame Member ... Patricia Conroy. To start with,...I am a big fan of Patricia's music prior to any of my own involvement in the industry so was a thrill to chat with her in this episode. Here is a bit of a bio from Patricias site and I will include a few links to some of the great things we c…
 
In this episode I get to speak with Tom Eagles, who was the Dominion President of the Royal Canadian Legion from 2014 to 2016. Tom is a life member of the Marble Arch Branch in his hometown of Plaster Rock, N.B., and has served as branch president, district commander and provincial command president. In 2003, Eagles joined Dominion Executive Counci…
 
The Prodigal Son: Jn 9:1-41https://bible.usccb.org/bible/reading...Homily 1:Basic Message of Reconciliation“The Good News that you have a place at the Father’s table.If you don’t know that, this is the good news of Christianity.” —Fr. Brian LarkinOrigen’s 2nd commentary of Leviticus 2:“Even to the end of the world, the day of reconciliation is toda…
 
Todays episode features the brilliant Brian Allen. Brian was referred as someone that I should be talking to by one of the first guests on the podcast, Jason Barry. Jason certainly was not wrong about this one. I thoroughly enjoyed our chat in this podcast. Some of the highlights from the conversation were discussing his band house when he moved fr…
 
3rd Sunday of Lent Deacon Tom: True North & Continual Metanoia Exodus 17https://bible.usccb.org/bible/exodus/17?3The Miracles of WaterExodus 7: 14–25: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/exodus/7Moses’s Staff turns the river to bloodExodus 14: Crossing the Red Sea, dry shod https://bible.usccb.org/bible/exodus/14Miracles of food:Manna from Heaven & quail…
 
Homily #1: Transfiguration is at the top of the list for the richness of text. Homework for the week: Feast of Booths—A Jewish Feasthttps://www.jewishvoice.org/read/blog/sukkot-feast-booths-known-some-feast-tabernaclesHomily #2Christian HopeLuke 9: Worthy of prayerhttps://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/031322.cfm“I was wrestling with loneliness and…
 
Terry Kelly is an east coast musician who has seven full-length recordings to his credit. He has gained international recognition as an athlete, award-winning singer, songwriter, and entertainer, speaker and lover of life. Terry is a recipient of the King Clancy Award, and Honorary Doctorates in Civil Laws and in Fine Arts. He has received the Cana…
 
This conversation is directly linked to the Conversation with Jimmie Inch. Jimmie recommended James as someone I should be talking to, and he was right. James and I chatted at length on how he became a National level sponsored snowboarder that presented many opportunities that he said yes to that led him to where he is today. We chatted about his B…
 
Simple signs tell you what did or didn’t happen, such as when a child still has ashes on their forehead three days after Ash Wednesday.Today’s Readings:https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/030622.cfmSt. Luke 4:1–13https://bible.usccb.org/bible/luke/4?1David and Goliath: a premonition of the Tempting in the Desert: 1 Samuel 17https://bible.usccb.o…
 
LCol (Ret'd) Brad White is the follow up guest to Episode 2 Guest Col (Ret'd) Randy Price. In this episode Brad and I discuss his involvement with the Royal Canadian Legion as the Dominion Secretary National Executive Director. We chat about his role in bringing the Tomb of The Unknown Soldier to Canada and the ceremony of the internment of the rem…
 
Bearing Good FruitParables: “Jesus Style”“The blind man cannot lead the blind man. You cannot trust the man who removes his glasses to get you safely to your destination. He or she cannot see, so they cannot find the way.” —Fr. Witold Kaczmarzyk“Each week, Jesus brings your spiritual vision to 20/20 again for the next six days. Not the priests, but…
 
2 Latin Words: Ressentire: To feel something over again—origin of “resentment”https://translate.google.com/?sl=la&tl=en&text=ressentire&op=translate&hl=enRespectare: “To look at something again,” or, “to look back”—origin of “respect”https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/respecto#Latin1st Reading: 1 Sm 26:2, 7-9, 12-13, 22-23: https://bible.usccb.org/bibl…
 
This was the first edition of the podcast where the initial guest was linked to the next guest and it worked out famously. Big THANK YOU to Wally "The Shearwater Swatter" Buckoski from episode 3 who recommended that Paul was someone that I should be talking to. Paul Kennedy was born in Saint John, New Brunswick and started his radio career at CJLS …
 
To Taste Is WisdomSapore—Latin for “to taste”—An axiom or phrase that existed in the early Church said, “A man is truly wise when all things taste to him as they truly are.”Jeremiah 17—https://bible.usccb.org/bible/jeremiah/17 reflects Psalm 1—https://bible.usccb.org/bible/psalms/1“To understand the entire book of Psalms, you have to look at it thr…
 
“I was in my room, on my knees, crying—to be honest, I don’t do it a lot, like Fr. Brian, but I was on my knees, and I just couldn’t resist anymore. I was on my knees, in my room, in complete darkness, and I was asking God, ‘I don’t have anymore plans for my life. What I had planned, it has been crashed. So I don’t know what to do. You have to tell…
 
Jason Barry is an award winning producer, songwriter, post audio engineer, and musician who has collected dozens of Canada's largest music accolades including Juno's, CCMA Awards, Canadian Music Awards, SOCAN Awards, and countless others. In this podcast we talk about him overcoming adversity as a he beat being completely hearing impaired from birt…
 
Todays guest is Col (Ret.) Randy Price, a former Canadian Armed Forces Search and Rescue Pilot who incidentally is my Dad. We chat about his upbringing in the Alberta Prairies in the Neutral Hills, and the lessons that my Grandparent gave him doing their best to raise a family on land that was reported as uninhabitable as farm land. We talk about h…
 
Have you ever wondered how Kramer from Seinfeld finds himself in all of the scenarios that he gets himself into? Meet Wally "The Shearwater Swatter" Buckoski...Canada's real life version of the affable character. Wally is a sports stores technician at 12 Wing Shearwater and takes immense pride in the fact that he is the longest serving member to ev…
 
Jimmie Inch is the fourth and final of my initial episode guests that are the starting point of all future guests on the show. I cannot think of an individual that approaches life quite like Jimmie. A native of Glace Bay, Cape Breton (kind of), Jimmie weaves a tale over our chat about his start in music, ditching University to tour and coming full …
 
-Each and every one of us in this room is called to something amazing. Each and every one of us is called to something unique. Something that only you can fulfill in the Body of Christ. Each and every one of us has a mission, a specific mission that God calls us to. A specific vocation that God calls us to. —Fr. Sean-vocare (Latin): to be called-"L…
 
"'The Kingdom of Heaven is like treasure hidden in a field' (Mt. 13:44)...That field, it seems to me, is the scripture, planted with what has become clear in the words and other thoughts of the histories, law and prophets (for the planting of these words in the whole of scripture is great and varied). But the treasure hidden in the field consists o…
 
"Jesus told them, 'Fill the jars with water.' So they filled them to the brim. Then he told them, 'Draw some out now and take it to the headwaiter.' So they took it. And when the headwaiter tasted the water that had become wine, without knowing where it came from (although the servers who had drawn the water knew), the headwaiter called the bridegr…
 
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