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Jim Donovan M. Ed. is a professional musician, author, assistant professor at Saint Francis University, and TEDx speaker. Each week, Jim and a guest will take you deep into the world of music and sound based healing, including the latest research on how these techniques can address anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and brain health.
 
This is the official podcast of the popular Ave Maria Radio program, Kresta in the Afternoon. Al Kresta discusses the things that matter most. It is talk radio where God matters. Share this podcast by leaving us a review or giving us five stars! Send Al a voice message on Anchor.FM/AlKresta and he may respond in the program! Together we can build the Church and bless the nations.
 
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In the final hour, Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel previewed the best pitching matchup of the MLB season -- White Sox ace Dylan Cease against Astros ace Justin Verlander on Tuesday evening. Of course, they marked the occasion in a special way -- by having Score teammate Mark Grote read a poem of Cease's as the late, great Les Grobstein.…
 
In the third hour, Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel were joined by Score teammate Mark Grote, who had plenty of Bears sound from Halas Hall to share, including coach Matt Eberflus discussing why offensive lineman Teven Jenkins was playing right guard with the starters earlier in the day. Later, the crew reacted to White Sox manager Tony La Russa debu…
 
In the second hour, Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel were joined by Cubs third-base coach Willie Harris, who reflected on the Field of Dreams game and discussed all the different celebrations he has for when his players hit home runs. Later, BetQL Daily host Joe Ostrowski joined the show to discuss whether White Sox ace Dylan Cease will take over as …
 
Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel started their show by reacting to the White Sox's comeback win against the Astros on Monday. The game featured a viral video of a fan yelling at manager Tony La Russa to pinch-run for outfielder Eloy Jimenez in the eighth inning, which La Russa then did. Noah Weinstein is the man who was giving La Russa free advice. H…
 
Does cognitive science show that religious belief is irrational? Do our genes determine who we are and what we believe? We talk with Dr. Kelly James Clark, who brings together science and philosophy to answer some of humanity’s most pressing questions. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alkresta/message…
 
Zac Kriegman spent six years working in Data science at Thomson Reuters, one of the world’s largest news organizations. His job was to study numbers and stats and figure out what they really meant. When he turned his focus to race and police brutality, he came across a shocking realization – the data was being used incorrectly in our national conve…
 
As a young Marine, Andrew Young was part of the first wave of America’s military to enter Afghanistan, just months after the 9/11 attacks. After tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, he became a priest and spent much of 2020 in Afghanistan as one of the last Catholic U.S. military chaplains in the country. He joins us. --- Send in a voice message: https:/…
 
"I know of no instance in which the Catholic Lite project has led to a vibrant Catholicism, doing the work that Pope St. John XXIII and the Second Vatican Council set before the Church: the conversion and sanctification of the world." So says George Weigel in a recent piece for First Things. Al shares some thoughts. --- Send in a voice message: htt…
 
In the final hour, Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel were joined by Score teammate Mark Grote to discuss his conversation with Bears quarterback Justin Fields after the team's win in its preseason opener against the Chiefs on Saturday. Grote also shared what he learned from offensive coordinator Luke Getsy's assessment of Fields' performance in the ga…
 
Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel opened the third hour by welcoming on White Sox television analyst Steve Stone to discuss the spot the club now finds itself in as a couple tough series loom this week. Later, Parkins and Spiegel return their attention to the Bears, breaking down a few players lower on the depth chart who made good impressions Saturda…
 
In the second hour, Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel listened to a really in-depth breakdown on the condition of Soldier Field's much-criticized turf from Tribune reporter Brad Biggs, who was on with Mully & Haugh earlier this morning. Later, the guys had a couple of important White Sox stories to discuss from the weekend.…
 
The hunt for Saint Omni is on after a story emerged this afternoon that someone going by that name is calling NFL teams on behalf of Bears linebacker Roquan Smith. As producers Adam Studzinski and Rey Diaz (who were in for Shane Riordan and Chris Tannehill) start their hunt for Mr. Omni, Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel begin giving their impressions…
 
Catholics are frequently challenged on the Marian teachings such as the Assumption or Immaculate Conception. But, as Brant Pitre points out, few of these discussions ever look to the Old Testament for defenses of Marian dogmas. As we celebrate the Month of Mary, Brant takes us on a tour of the Jewish roots of Mary --- Send in a voice message: https…
 
The gospel of John has been recognized as unique from the other Synoptic Gospels – but why? Michael Pakaluk looks for the answer by examining the subtle but powerful influence of our Blessed Mother within John’s Gospel, drawing out the deeper meaning of what happened when the beloved disciple took her into his home. --- Send in a voice message: htt…
 
Marian devotion plays a special role in Catholic life. She appears in countless works of art, is the subject of hundreds of books, and is a central character in Mel Gibson’s film The Passion. But the Scriptures don’t often mention her. Do we overemphasize Mary? Al discusses. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alkresta/message…
 
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