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Best Vincentian podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Vincentian podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Hosted by Catholic TeamWorks and led by Vincentian priest Fr. Ron Hoye, The God Minute is a short, reflective morning prayer based on the Divine Office that includes a psalm, a short reading and a reflection to begin your day with the Lord. Beautiful, reflective and less than 10 minutes. Take a few God Minutes each morning and see how your day rises in abundance.
 
Conversations with journalists, pastoral leaders, activists, theologians, and scholars from across the globe who are working on the forefront of issues affecting the Catholic Church in the southern hemisphere—Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Based at DePaul University, the Center for World Catholicism & Intercultural Theology (CWCIT) is a leading center of research and reflection on the Church in the global South; it hosts visiting scholars each year, publishes the Studies in World Catholici ...
 
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This is a podcast interview with Rev. Craig B. Mousin founder and former Executive Director of the Midwest Immigrant Rights Center and an Adjunct Faculty member at DePaul University’s College of Law and The Grace School of Applied Diplomacy. He talks about responding to the federal government’s proposed regulations that would make asylum seekers in…
 
In this episode Rev. Craig B. Mousin discusses the deployment of federal officers to Portland in reaction to the ongoing protests. He discusses the problem of relying on federal immigration officers for local law enforcement and links some of Chicago’s responses to federal interference in local matters. He references a previous podcast about DACA r…
 
This is a podcast interview with Rev. Craig B. Mousin founder and former Executive Director of the Midwest Immigrant Rights Center and an Adjunct Faculty member at DePaul University’s College of Law and The Grace School of Applied Diplomacy. He talks about responding to the federal government’s proposed regulations entitled “Procedures for Asylum a…
 
Rev. Craig B. Mousin founder and former Executive Director of the Midwest Immigrant Rights Center and an Adjunct Faculty member at DePaul University’s College of Law talks about the June, 2020 18, DACA ruling by the United States Supreme Court and what DACA means for the Vincentian Community and DePaul Students.For more information visit: National …
 
A CWCIT interview with Sr. Catherine Mulligan, DC, regional coordinator for 13 years of the Daughters of Charity’s Kenya mission, which includes projects like Project DREAM. An extraordinarily successful, innovative health care model launched in Nairobi, DREAM now provides free state-of-the-art, holistic treatment for HIV/AIDS in 6 sub-Saharan coun…
 
A CWCIT interview with Yasmine Cajuste, project development manager for the FamVin Homeless Alliance (FHA) and former education coordinator for the Vincentian Haiti Initiative. A native Haitian who has been active in the International Vincentian Family since high school, Yasmine is also a wife, mom, and graduate of DePaul University where she earne…
 
This podcast, “Rights Disappear When US Policy Engages Children as Weapons of Deterrence” was written and read by Rev. Craig B. Mousin. It originally appeared in the AMA’s Journal of Ethics (AMA J Ethics. 2019;21(1):E58-66). This podcast was recorded with the permission of the ABA Journal of Ethics. All references are footnoted in the Journal artic…
 
A CWCIT interview with Andrés McKinley, a mining and water specialist at San Salvador's Central American University (UCA). In March 2017, El Salvador became the first country in the world to ban metal mining, safeguarding its natural resources and its people's health. Leading the push was the Catholic Church and key to the effort was McKinley. Born…
 
A CWCIT interview with Fr. Bernhard Udelhoven, SMA, a longtime missionary in Zambia. Fr. Udelhoven holds an MA in social anthropology (SOAS University of London) and has 20 years' experience in mediating witchcraft-related disputes in Zambia. For CWCIT's 2018-19 Spiritual Works of Mercy lecture series, Fr. Udelhoven gave a talk at DePaul University…
 
A CWCIT interview with Fr. Patrick Chibuko, professor of sacred liturgy at the Catholic Institute of West Africa in Port Harcourt Nigeria. He discusses Pope Francis’ ecclesiological paradigm, or model, of the Church as a “field hospital.” And he argues that this new model needs to be ritualized and cemented into the sacramental and pastoral life of…
 
“Faith Resisting Authority in the Name of Justice and Love: Immigration Law and the Bible”Written and Read by Rev. Craig B. MousinYou can find the earlier blog post, “The Bible: the Perfect Primer on Immigration Law for Senator Sessions,” at: https://works.bepress.com/craig_mousin/14/By Vincentian Heritage
 
A CWCIT interview with Fr. Emmanuel Katongole, a professor at the University of Notre Dame and a co-founder of the Bethany Land Institute (BLI) in Uganda. BLI was inspired by Pope Francis’ encyclical, Laudato Si’, and born as a response to three interrelated problems: food insecurity, deforestation, and land depletion in Uganda. BLI is an education…
 
A CWCIT interview with David Gaus, MD, an American physician and public health expert who is the founder/CEO of Andean Health & Development (AHD), a nonprofit that provides high-quality, sustainable health care in rural Ecuador and operates a residency program for local family physicians. For CWCIT's 2017-18 Corporal Works of Mercy lecture series, …
 
A CWCIT interview with Chris Herlinger, author of "Food Fight: Struggling for Justice in a Hungry World" and an international correspondent for the National Catholic Reporter’s Global Sisters Report, covering the U.N. and humanitarian challenges in South Sudan, Bangladesh, Haiti, and the Middle East. For CWCIT's 2017-19 Corporal Works of Mercy seri…
 
A CWCIT interview with Fr. Amado Picardal, CSsR, a Filipino Catholic priest, human rights & peace advocate, and former spokesperson for the Coalition Against Summary Execution (Davao, Philippines) and for the Network Against Killings in the Philippines. For CWCIT's 2017-18 Corporal Works of Mercy lecture series, Fr. Picardal gave a talk at DePaul U…
 
A CWCIT interview with Kevin Clarke, senior editor & chief correspondent for "America" magazine. For CWCIT's 2017-18 Corporal Works of Mercy series, Clarke gave a talk at DePaul University on the international refugee crisis and the Catholic response, particularly in the U.S.; this interview addresses that topic and related aspects of his work.…
 
Nick Vizzoca is joined by Patty Embree, VP of Innovations and Decision Support, and Jennifer Valet, Senior Design Student at La Roche College. They discuss intergenerational opportunities and social isolation and what the collaboration between La Roche and Vincentian will do minimalize this. Originally aired on 1320 WJAS on Sunday, March 11, 2018…
 
Frederic Ozanam’s life is examined to illustrate his many virtues. Among these were “sensitive charity, practical wisdom, care for the truth, [and] love of family.” This study divides his life into three phases: his education and formation, his legal career, and his definitive vocation. The section on Ozanam’s education and formation gives informat…
 
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