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It's the task you were born for: “Become a saint, and do so quickly,” urged Pope Saint John Paul II. “Destination: Sainthood” helps us to respond to this integral but overwhelming call by reminding us that running towards that difficult and worthy goal is the race we unworthy sinners must join, through the grace of God and the intercession of the communion of saints. “Destination: Sainthood” will inspire us along the sacred journey on which we are meant to embark: through inspiring discussions … Continue Reading >>
It's the task you were born for: “Become a saint, and do so quickly,” urged Pope Saint John Paul II. “Destination: Sainthood” helps us to respond to this integral but overwhelming call by reminding us that running towards that difficult and worthy goal is the race we unworthy sinners must join, through the grace of God and the intercession of the communion of saints. “Destination: Sainthood” will inspire us along the sacred journey on which we are meant to embark: through inspiring discussions of Catholic hagiography (lives of the saints); theology; music; literature; art; gripping stories of faith; and moving conversations with callers. Your host is Poet, Author, and Theology Professor, Annabelle Moseley, joining you on the difficult, beautiful and humbling quest of a lifetime. We'll work together to grow ever closer to the great cloud of witnesses. Journey with us!“Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off every encumbrance and the sin that so easily << Show Less
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Episode 15: Saints Philip and James In this episode of Destination Sainthood, Annabelle Moseley, poet, author and Professor of Theology discusses Saints Philip and James, apostles and describes how to follow the example of the apostles by drawing close to the Heart of Jesus.
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Episode 15: Saints Philip and James In this episode of Destination Sainthood, Annabelle Moseley, poet, author and Professor of Theology discusses Saints Philip and James, apostles and describes how to follow the example of the apostles by drawing close to the Heart of Jesus.
Episode 14: St. Mark the Evangelist and St. Catherine of Siena In this episode of Destination Sainthood, Annabelle Moseley, poet, author and Professor of Theology discusses St. Mark the Evangelist and St. Catherine of Siena, and gives beautiful ideas for ways to celebrate and be inspired by these saints in your daily life. Preach the Gospel and "eat like a lion" with St. Mark and build a "prayer cell" with St. Catherine of Siena. Get ready for prayers, music, devotions and reflections that will bond you to these saints as never before and help you on your own journey.
Episode 13: Saints of the Holy Face - part 2 Host Annabelle Moseley continues her interview of Don Nohs, President of the Society of the Holy Face of Jesus, member of the Confraternity of the Passion and past director general of the Confraternity of the Passion International. Don speaks eloquently of the devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus and explains why although it is arguably the least known devotion, it has produced such a great number of saints. Several of those saints are discussed on this episode.
Episode 12: Saints of the Holy Face In this episode, show host Annabelle Moseley interviews Don Nohs, President of the Society of the Holy Face of Jesus, member of the Confraternity of the Passion and past director general of the Confraternity of the Passion International. Don speaks eloquently of the devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus and explains why although it is arguably the least known devotion, it has produced such a great number of saints. Several of those saints are discussed on this episode.
Episode 11: St. Cecilia - Faith and Music On this episode dedicated to and inspired by St. Cecilia, host Annabelle Moseley, Author, Poet and Professor of Theology, discusses faith, music, and the interplay between the two. She interviews Maestro Charles Rufino, Luthier, on his life in music and faith.
Episode 10: Saint Lucy, Sacred Braille, and the Xavier Society for the Blind On this episode dedicated to and inspired by Saint Lucy, host Annabelle Moseley, a Catholic Author, Poet, and Professor of Theology, celebrates the transcription into Braille of her book, Sacred Braille: The Rosary as Masterpiece and interviews Malachy Fallon, Executive Director of the Xavier Society for the Blind. They discuss the important and fascinating ministry of the Xavier Society providing the blind (free of charge) with the Mass Propers, as well as significant theological, literary and devotional works in braille and audio formats. Also discussed: the annual Xavier Society St. Lucy Mass and the significance of saints and faith.
Episode 8: Saints Joachim & Anna, Marriage, and Family On this episode dedicated to and inspired by Saints Joachim and Anna, the parents of Mary and grandparents of Jesus, Catholic Author, Poet, and Professor of Theology, Annabelle Moseley, interviews Francis Etheredge, author of The Prayerful Kiss. They discuss Francis Etheredge's book and thoughts on marriage and family. Scripture, art, prayer, and poetry on the theme is included.
Episode 9: Saints Elizabeth & Zechariah, Marriage, and Family On this episode dedicated to and inspired by Saints Zechariah and Elizabeth, the parents of St. John the Baptist, Catholic Author, Poet, and Professor of Theology, Annabelle Moseley, interviews Francis Etheredge, author of The Prayerful Kiss. They discuss Francis Etheredge's book and thoughts on marriage and family. Scripture, art, prayer, and poetry on the theme is included.
Episode 7: St. Joseph and the Holy Family On this episode, Catholic Author, Poet, and Professor of Theology, Annabelle Moseley interviews Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, author of Consecration to St. Joseph: The Wonders of Our Spiritual Father. They discuss Fr. Calloway's research, writings, and the wonders of St. Joseph's role in the Holy Family, including his influence on our own families as reflected in Scripture, prayer and art.
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