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John 13:34

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John 13:34

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Your Weekly Journey Catholic Radio Podcast | Episode 141

Journey Catholic Radio Podcast
This week on The Journey (Ep141)

This week on The Journey, Fr Richard Healey (Albion Park) reflects on the Gospel of John for the fourth week of Easter and Sr Hilda Scott OSB invites us to allow God to play us his song instead of us forcing him to play our song. Bruce Downes The Catholic Guy encourages us to follow God's plan for our life as God has the right map. The Pirola's in their SmartLoving segment provide some excellent scientific reasons for why we should keep sex for marriage. We also hear from Peter Gilmore and Sam Clear as well as some awesome music this week! 

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The Journey is a weekly program developed by the Catholic Diocese of Wollongong and is the only Catholic radio program in Australia aired on general Christian radio.

Listen to the presenter inputs this week below:

JOHN 10:27-30 – Gospel Reflection with Fr Richard Healey
PLAY HIS SONG – Wisdom from the Abbey with Sr Hilda Scott OSB
KEEP SEX FOR MARRIAGE – SmartLoving with Dr Byron and Francine Pirola
BE STILL – Living the Gospel with Peter Gilmore
THE WRONG MAP – "The Catholic Guy" with Bruce Downes
CAMINO TOFFS – Walking the Walk with Sam Clear

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Jude Hennessy
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