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Epiphany + Looking Toward the New Year Filed Under (Chronicles of Catholic Commentary) on 01-03-2013
Tags: Advent/Christmas
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We Three Kings of Orient Are by Jennifer Avalon
In Christ Alone by Brian Littrell Listen to the show live on Thursdays, 7:00pm Central Time (UTC -6) At this time we are not accepting voice questions on-the-air. See the Voice Mail information below. Voice Mail (Toll Free): (877) 503-0600, ext. 2 (leave your question or comment by no later than noon on Wednesday. We welcome you to leave a question or comment on our Voice Mail.Note: All Voice Mail messages are subject to possible broadcast. Follow us and Join the Discussion on Twitter (0) Comments Read more >>
Christmas and Holy Mother of God Filed Under (Chronicles of Catholic Commentary) on 12-27-2012
Tags: Advent/Christmas, Mother of God
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Rejoice by Hillsong St. Nicholas Center
Santa Claus is Coming to Town by Justin Bieber
Hark the Herald Angels Sing by Celtic Woman Listen to the show live on Thursdays, 7:00pm Central Time (UTC -6) At this time we are not accepting voice questions on-the-air. See the Voice Mail information below. Voice Mail (Toll Free): (877) 503-0600, ext. 2 (leave your question or comment by no later than noon on Wednesday. We welcome you to leave a question or comment on our Voice Mail.Note: All Voice Mail messages are subject to possible broadcast. Follow us and Join the Discussion on Twitter (0) Comments Read more >>
Christmas with a Capital C – 3rd Week of Advent Filed Under (Chronicles of Catholic Commentary) on 12-13-2012
Tags: Advent/Christmas
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Go Fish Guys (Christmas with a Capital C)
Do You Hear What I Hear by Bing Crosby
Where’s the Line to See Jesus by Becky Kelley
O Come All Ye Fathful by Celtic Woman Listen to the show live on Thursdays, 7:00pm Central Time (UTC -6) At this time we are not accepting voice questions on-the-air. See the Voice Mail information below. Voice Mail (Toll Free): (877) 503-0600, ext. 2 (leave your question or comment by no later than noon on Wednesday. We welcome you to leave a question or comment on our Voice Mail.Note: All Voice Mail messages are subject to possible broadcast. Follow us and Join the Discussion on Twitter (0) Comments Read more >>
Christmas with a Capital C – 2nd Week of Advent Filed Under (Chronicles of Catholic Commentary) on 12-06-2012
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Go Fish Guys (Christmas with a Capital C)
Brad Stine (Comic about those offended by Christmas) It’s Okay to Say Merry Christmas to Me
Christmas in Rome by RomeReports
Do You Have Room? by Shawna Edwards
The Miracle by Shawna Edwards & children Listen to the show live on Thursdays, 7:00pm Central Time (UTC -6) At this time we are not accepting voice questions on-the-air. See the Voice Mail information below. Voice Mail (Toll Free): (877) 503-0600, ext. 2 (leave your question or comment by no later than noon on Wednesday. We welcome you to leave a question or comment on our Voice Mail.Note: All Voice Mail messages are subject to possible broadcast. Follow us and Join the Discussion on Twitter (0) Comments Read more >>
Christmas with a Capital C Filed Under (Chronicles of Catholic Commentary) on 11-29-2012
Tags: Advent/Christmas
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Go Fish Guys (Christmas with a Capital C)
Brad Stine (Comic about those offended by Christmas)
Where are you Christmas? by Faith Hill
Do You Hear What I Hear? by Carrie Underwood
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas by Colbie Caillat
I’ll Be Home For Christmas by Rascal Flatts Listen to the show live on Thursdays, 7:00pm Central Time (UTC -6) At this time we are not accepting voice questions on-the-air. See the Voice Mail information below. Voice Mail (Toll Free): (877) 503-0600, ext. 2 (leave your question or comment by no later than noon on Wednesday. We welcome you to leave a question or comment on our Voice Mail.Note: All Voice Mail messages are subject to possible broadcast. Follow us and Join the Discussion on Twitter (0) Comments Read more >>
Pope at the Computer The Internet causes billions of images to appear on millions of computer monitors around the planet. From this galaxy of sight and sound will the face of Christ emerge and the voice of Christ be heard? For it is only when His face is seen and His voice heard that the world will know the glad tidings of our redemption. ...Therefore,... I dare to summon the whole Church bravely to cross this new threshold, to put out into the deep of the Net, so that now as in the past the great engagement of the Gospel and culture may show to the world ‘the glory of God on the face of Christ’.” —Saint Pope John Paul II

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