Today’s Daily Decade, on the Feast of St. Jerome, offers prayers for the sick on behalf of Patricia, who is suffering very advanced dementia, for which cause we also ask St. Joseph to intercede for her as Patron of a Happy Death.
Today’s reflection is on the Crucifixion, and the way in which it expressed the heart and soul of our religion as a manifestation of our most fundamental creed, the Pater Noster.
Today’s Daily Decade, on the Feast of St. Wenceslaus, offers prayers for long-time listener and friend of the prayercast, Harambeson, for a safe and stable work environment. We beg the intercession, naturally, of St. Joseph the Worker for this intention.
Today’s reflection is on the Coronation of Our Lady and the way it reflects the general resurrection we all look forward to, the Resurrection not only of our souls, but of our bodies and therefore of the greater whole in which they participate with those who are bound to us by shared genetics, just as Our Lady is bound to Our Lord in this unique way, and what it means to be “worthy of the promise” of this resurrection.
Today’s Daily Decade, for the Feast of Ss. Cyprian and Justina, offers prayers for listener Veritas, his wife, and their unborn child, for health, strength, and the protection of God over them. We beg the intercession of St. Joseph as patron of fathers and workers and St. Gerard as patron of the unborn.
Today’s reflection considers how we seek Jesus, or ought to seek Him, as part of our persevering quest for the Kingdom of Heaven and the peace and tranquility it promises us, sojourners as we are in this world of sin and death.
Beer in hand, cooler in tow, hop in the boat, and lets fuckin go! Welcome back everyone to the number one houseboating podcast on the internet. We have another fantastic, XL show for you fine folks out there. So pop one open, let us borrow a tenner so we can too, and enjoy this week’s Exodus Americanus.
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In this week’s episode, SuperLutheran treats us to a complete reading of the Book of Enoch (also called First Enoch). The next few weeks will be spent going over Enoch, so we wanted to give you an easy way to listen to the book in question.
Today’s Daily Decade, on the Feast of Pope St. Linus, offers prayers for a nameless teacher of listener EuphoricAurora, who runs the Alithea Xediplothike channel on Telegram. This teacher has a cancer of the skin; we offer prayers for the sick and a brief appeal to St. Bartholomew for his perfect healing.
Today’s reflection is on the way of the Cross as well as the two ways people live and seek Christ which err from the path to Calvary – namely to take the burden of the Cross but without Christ, and to desire Christ and all His Promises but without the Cross of struggle and suffering. We must seek the third, correct way, since the Life He promises comes from the struggle and suffering of the Cross.
Today’s Daily Decade, for the Feast of St. Matthew, offers prayers on behalf of Elena, for her conversion to Catholicism from Protestantism, submitted by listener Grand Nagus. We beg the intercession of Ss. Ignatius of Loyola, Peter Canisius, Robert Bellermine, and Francis Xavier, all disputants with the Protestants and great proselytizers of the Faith.
We reflect today on the Assumption, and what this mystery contains to be imitated, and what promises we might obtain from considering the Assumption of the Mother of God – who she was, who we are, and how we might reflect her virtues and benefit from her merits.
Hey there Ex/Am dudes! Returning after a long hiatus innawoods to find ourselves and the heart of the cards, we return at last to bring you once again the podcast of Little Wars! Where we talk about traditional gaming, our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, white nationalism and racism, and anime and monster girls!
If the extremely niche combination of all four of those topics isn’t enough to make your eyes roll natural 20s, drop on by to enjoy some absurd yet entertaining conversation about finished roleplaying games, a totally serious mystery debate topic, and a discussion of the extremely expensive cinematic shitshow that is the Rings of Power.
Warning: We do not recommend watching the Rings of Power. It is bad on many levels, and not in the way that is fun to laugh at, unfortunately.
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Today’s Daily Decade, on the Feast of St. Januarius and his Companions, offers prayers for the wayward family members of listener Moralis Retrogradus. We beg the intercession of the Blessed Mother and St. Joseph and appeal to Christ directly, invoking the Holy Family for M.R.’s family.
Today’s reflection considers the Holy Family at the Presentation, and the way in which our humanity and our Christianity depend so much on our family, both before us and after us, and how just as the Blessed Humanity of Our Lord depends on His Mother and her guardian, St. Joseph, the Foster-Father of Our Lord.
Back on the streets, and out on parole, the houseboat boys are ready to roll. Oh man do we have an exciting episode for you. We have some hot news for you, sprinkled in some spoilers, and we only let Roscoe kinda go off on weird tangents. Remember to crank it up so everyone who’s driving around you can also hear this week’s, Exodus Americanus.
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