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Catholic Youth Radio, from Adelaide, South Australia, broadcast on 107.9 Life FM every Wednesday and Saturday night. Featuring all the best interviews & news about what's going in the Archdiocese of Adelaide. Produced by the Catholic Office for Youth & Young Adults, and hosted/produced by James Meston. You can subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, or follow on Soundcloud.. just look for archdradio. :)
 
Freshly Brewed is a podcast created especially for teens and their families in the Diocese of Madison. Tune in every Thursday morning! This podcast will include inspiration, information and stories to help encourage you in the daily living of the faith. Freshly Brewed is hosted by Lindsay, Meghan, and Shane of the Diocese of Madison.
 
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Michaela & James ask the question "if you could remake just one movie, which would you choose?", cover the breaking news about Subway bread, aim to understand the concept of a "Naruto Run", discuss massive fans of one particular steam train who missed their only chance to see it (hmmm yeah... it makes sense in the show), and the latest podcast seri…
 
Homily from the Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time. The roadmap begins with “Who”. There is one true goal in life: to be a saint. Many of us believe this, but is there a path? Without a plan, we will certainly fail to hit the goal. Without a roadmap, we will spend our time on this planet wandering as if we neither know where we are or where we ar…
 
Homily from the Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time. There are many goods. There is only one best. Modern indifference is the inability to take joy in in one's situation regardless of the circumstances. It is seeing "no difference" between the awesome and the awful...as well as the awesome alright. Mass Readings from October 11, 2020: Isaiah 25:6…
 
Homily from the Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time. God has made you for freedom from anxiety over the unforeseeable future, the unchangeable past, and your present responsibilities. Many people are overwhelmed by anxiety. Anxiety over all the things that need to get done and over all that they have been through. But God calls us to have no anx…
 
The Arch D team marvel at James' command of languages (both real and made-up), chat with Kaitlyn & Amber about the School Life/CC Radio podcast series that's now available (see link below) and Michaela digs deep into knuckle-cracking health research (and whether anti-knuckle crackers Tom & James are willing to accept it or not)...Listen to whole Ca…
 
Homily from the Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time. If you can choose your thoughts you can change your thoughts. In the garden of the mind, our thoughts are constantly growing. Some we want, others we do not. As the gardeners of our own minds, we must think about what we think about, weed out the thoughts that poison our minds, and allow the Wor…
 
James was at OLSH College, talking with Riza, Trisha, Diya, Nicole, and Lara (from the OLSH 'Pod-Squad') about their experiences with creating and producing podcasts for the first time as well as their thoughts on the 'primary connections' days with St Gabriels School and the trials and tribulations of COVID-19 in 2020 school life.…
 
Michaela & James chat about all the podcasts they've been releasing lately on the 'School Life Podcast' channel, including episodes from Blackfriars Priory School, St Brigid's School Evanston, and Nazareth Catholic Community.They also cover the "catch-up game" (what is it? why are we talking about it?) and random memories from childhood that you ha…
 
Homily from the Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time. It doesn’t matter how long you live. What matters is how you live. Our lives will magnify (or highlight) something. Will they be so full of nice things that they will miss the most excellent things? Or will we be wise so that, no matter the outcome, Christ will be highlighted? Mass Readings from…
 
Homily from the Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time. There is no forgiveness without justice. Forgiveness is neither excusing nor enabling evil. There is always a debt that needs to be paid…and somebody needs to pay it. Mass Readings from September 13, 2020: Sirach 27:30—28:7 Psalm 103:1-4, 9-12 Romans 14:7-9 Matthew 18:21-35 TO DOWNLOAD THE BIBL…
 
Homily from the Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time. How do Christians fight? We all have experienced the temptation to see someone who has failed or someone who has hurt us as a non-person. But taking responsibility for the people in our lives means fighting that temptation. And it means doing what we can to fight for that person. Mass Readings f…
 
Homily from the Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time. Am I being conformed or transformed? Christians must not only live differently in the world, we must look differently at the world. Mass Readings from August 30, 2020: Jeremiah 20:7-9 Psalm 63:2-6, 8-9 Romans 12:1-2 Matthew 16:21-27 TO DOWNLOAD THE BIBLE STUDY TAP ON THIS LINK OR COPY THE FOLLO…
 
Homily from the Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time. The Church has influence even when it isn’t considered important. We can often confuse influence with importance; authority with power. But the Church has been given the very influence and authority of Jesus Christ. Even when the world does not listen to the voice of the Church, She still has th…
 
James & Michaela chat with the CC Radio team about what they'd dream up if they had the opportunity to build their own school classroom and canteen, why people feel the need to say interesting facts about how tall they are, and we say farewell to Year 12's Kaitlyn & Amber as they record their final show as Cardijn students.…
 
Homily from the Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Faith can only become great when it is tested. What kind of faith do you want? Faith that makes a difference because it is lived out is the only kind of faith that matters. Mass Readings from August 16, 2020: Isaiah 56:1, 6-7 Psalm 67:2-3, 5-6, 8 Romans 11:13-15, 29-32 Matthew 15:21-28 ÷,.…
 
James catches up with Year 12 Cabra students (who programmed all the music, produced and mixed this entire show!) also widely known as "The Gullies", to discuss the history of the band, their latest single getting a LOT of plays (20,000+) on Spotify, their upcoming performance at Cabra's St Dominic's Day, and the medieval agricultural practice of r…
 
Homily from the Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. It is one thing to start walking. It is another thing to keep walking. Distraction is anything that takes our focus away from where it needs to be. Mass Readings from August 9, 2020: 1 Kings 19:9, 11-13 Psalm 85:9-12, 13-14 Romans 9:1-5 Matthew 14:22-33…
 
James catches up with a group of Cabra siblings (who programmed all the music, produced and mixed this entire show!) to discuss Pet Peeves, ask what makes a good teacher, the best moments in the Cabra school year, and ... EXTENDED EPISODE featuring the Siblings Quiz, not heard on the radio!توسط Catholic Office for Youth & Young Adults, Adelaide
 
Homily from the Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Do I have an attitude of scarcity or an attitude of abundance? All of us have gifts in our lives and all of us have real struggles in our lives. What weight do we give our blessings and what weight do we give our struggles? Mass Readings from August 2, 2020: Isaiah 55:1-3 Psalm 145:8-9,15-18 Roman…
 
This week James and Michaela chat about the art of Spotify playlists, #flyingants, exporting your screams to Iceland, the recording of this year's Blackfriars 'Race To High School', and play a preview of the first St Aloysius Podcast for 2020. This is not one you wanna miss!!توسط Catholic Office for Youth & Young Adults, Adelaide
 
Michaela & James chat about 1980s school project kits, this week's Parishes of Adelaide Podcast, first driving lesson memories, regrettable school photos, how instant coffee & vegemite are actually made, toast eating etiquette, and Arch D's 400th show. SO MUCH CONTENT!!! :)توسط Catholic Office for Youth & Young Adults, Adelaide
 
Michaela, Tom, Rylee, Rachael & Mary-Anne join James for Arch D's 400th show!! They each select their favourite Arch D clip of ALL TIME, share Arch D memories, and we feature the brand new song from Melbourne duo "The Saga" as seen at ACYF & WYD.توسط Catholic Office for Youth & Young Adults, Adelaide
 
Homily from the Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Freedom requires virtue. The Founding Fathers gave the world a republic that necessitated a people who were virtuous, moral, and religious. Mass Readings from July 5, 2020: Zechariah 9:9-10 Psalm 145:1-2, 8-9, 10-11, 13-14 Romans 8:9, 11-13 Matthew 11:25-30…
 
Homily from the Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. It is a gift to have something to lose. Every good thing in our lives comes from Jesus. Since He is the source of everything, He must be more important than anything. Mass Readings from June 28, 2020: 2 Kings 4:8-11,14-16 Psalm 89:2-3,16-19 Romans 6:3-4,8-11 Matthew 10:37-42…
 
Homily from the Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time. You matter to God and you have a job to do. Jesus tells us to "fear no one." Not because there is no danger, but because He is calling us to not be safe. Mass Readings from June 21, 2020: Jeremiah 20:10-13 Psalm 69:8-10, 14, 17, 33-35 Romans 5:12-15 Matthew 10:26-33…
 
While recording a new podcast series at Blackfriars Priory School, James is joined by Lauren Reid, who works in Communications at the school, to chat all about the fascinating and surprising interviews they had done during the day, and to talk about the incredible culture at Blackfriars.توسط Catholic Office for Youth & Young Adults, Adelaide
 
Homily from the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ. The Eucharist will never be optional...until the day it is no longer an option. The moment worship becomes about “what I get” it ceases to be an act of love and becomes idolatry. Mass Readings from June 14, 2020:Deuteronomy 8:2-3, 14-16 Psalm 147:12-15, 19-20 1 Corinthians 10:16-17 John 6:5…
 
Homily from the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity. You do not have to know the details of a person’s life to know they are worth loving. Human worth is rooted in our deepest identity. And our deepest identity comes from being made in God’s image and likeness. And God’s deepest identity is love. Mass Readings from June 7, 2020:Exodus 34:4-6, 8-9 Da…
 
Homily from Pentecost Sunday. For the love of God has been poured into our hearts. Jesus sent the Holy Spirit so that we could receive the first gift of the Holy Spirit: to know what it is to be loved by the Father. Mass Readings from May 31, 2020:Acts 2:1-11 Psalms 104:1, 24, 29-31, 34 1 Corinthians 12:3-7, 12-13 John 20:19-23 TO DOWNLOAD THE BIBL…
 
Cardijn College's CC Radio team members Taras, Grace, Emma, Ziggy, Shantelle, Nadine, Callum & Liam join James to talk about their upcoming "School Life" Podcast and their fave memories of their own Arch D Radio shows over years.توسط Catholic Office for Youth & Young Adults, Adelaide
 
Homily from the Ascension of the Lord. Live the reason. Return from exile is not about a change in location, it is about a change in vocation. It is less about geography and more about mission. The goal is not Resurrection, the goal is Restoration. Mass Readings from May 24, 2020: Acts 1:1-11 Psalm 47:2-3, 6-9 Ephesians 1:17-23 Matthew 28:16-20 TO …
 
Homily from the Sixth Sunday of Easter. Not a habit or a have-to, but the heart is the reason. At some point, the exile will end. You will be able to go back. But why? What is the reason why you will go back? Mass Readings from May 17, 2020: Acts 8:5-8, 14-17 Psalm 66:1-3, 4-7, 16, 20 1 Peter 3:15-18 John 14:15-21 TO DOWNLOAD THE BIBLE STUDY TAP ON…
 
Rachael, Katie & Tom join James to discuss * how late you can be for something but still be technically "on time"?* each of their favourite conspiracy theories of all time* ways of constructively dealing with COVID-19 isolation* the importance of authenticity* the brand new "Parishes of Adelaide" podcast…
 
Homily from the Fifth Sunday of Easter. Advance boldly into the shadows of uncertainty. If we are wise, we will think about the future and plan for it. And if we are even wiser, we will be able to let go of those plans when we need to. Mass Readings from May 10, 2020: Acts 6:1-7 Psalm 33:1-2, 4-5, 18-19 1 Peter 2:4-9 John 14:1-12 TO DOWNLOAD THE BI…
 
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