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John 13:34

love one another as I have loved you

John 13:34

Monday, April 13, 2015

Your Weekly Journey Catholic Radio Podcast | Episode 88

Journey Catholic Radio Podcast
This week on the Journey (Ep88)

Welcome to another episode of the Journey Catholic Radio Podcast.

It's the Easter Season - a time celebrating the joy of the resurrection! Hopefully you didn't have too much chocolate last week and have plenty of room left for the sweet goodness the Journey has to offer.

Fr Ken Cafe OFM helps us digest the Gospel reading for this week while Sr Hilda Scott OSB helps us overcome obstacles in our life. The Catholic Guy, Bruce Downes, is back and we also have Sam Clear, Trish McCarthy and Fr Dave from the Missionaries of God's Love filling up our tanks with more Easter treats.

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Listen to highlights from this week's show:

Gospel reflection with Fr Ken Cafe OFM (John 20:19-31)
"Obstacles" - Wisdom from the Abbey with Sr Hilda Scott OSB
"Roosevelt" - The Catholic Guy with Bruce Downes
"Rest" - Milk and Honey with Trish McCarthy
"How Far To The Shop" - Waling the Walk with Sam Clear
"Look Up, Be Transformed" - The Call with Fr Dave Callaghan MGL

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Yours in Christ

Jude Hennessy
Program Director

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Catholic Diocese of Wollongong



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