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August 7, 2013 – Tangible Connections with Our Spiritual Mother and Father

We know how babies are born. We know too that we came from a mother and father. However, have we ever wondered how our spiritual lives came to be? Where do our spiritual lives come from and how do they grow? Yet, if we were so inclined to look, would we know where to find for our spiritual mother and father, or even whom to look for? In Sacred Scripture we see important imagery that gives us clues. We consider how Moses acted as a father for Israel, delivering material good for them to survive in the worst of circumstances. We look too at the parallels between Moses and Jesus and the establishment of the priesthood. Finally, this program considers the Scriptures that assure us of having a Spiritual Mother. These assure us of all the good that a Spiritual Mother brings to our spiritual growth and development.

May 8, 2013 – Simple Steps to Draw Closer to Our Lord and to Evangelize!

“Where have all the faithful gone? Where do we sometimes go? Why have they left and how might they find a way back home? In this program, I invite listeners to rekindle the sense of wonder and awe we have in experiencing Our Lord’s splendor. I also encourage my audience to consider that the world offers us many competing “values” – people, places and things that are appealing and in place of Our Lord.

“However, as an experiment for listeners to try at home, I invite all to “turn aside” (see Ex 3: 3) with Moses and consider Our Lord in the Burning Bush. I propose six short steps for us to take there together. “

April 10, 2012 – Jared Zimmerer

In this program,  Jared Zimmer speaks about his love for Christ, his faith journey, and his new book, The Ten Commandments of Lifting Weights.

Spirituals – Program 026

Lynn Bauman goes in a little different direction for this episode of Cantate. He departs from more traditional sacred music and takes a look at some of the classic Spirituals. He shares some of the most recognized spirituals from performers such as Mahalia Jackson, Moses George Hogan, Kathleen Battle and Aretha Franklin.