John 13:34

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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Your Weekly Journey Catholic Radio Podcast | Episode 209


Journey Catholic Radio Podcast
This week on The Journey (Ep209)

This week, we have another fantastic episode of The Journey for you! Fr Richard Healey joins us to reflet on the Gospel of the Transfiguration this Sunday. With top-quality inputs from Trish McCarthy, Sr Hilda Scott OSB, Bruce Downes The Catholic Guy, and more, this is one show not to miss! Faith, Hope, Love, and Life, this is The Journey!

Visit www.jcr.org.au or www.itunes.jcr.org.au where you can listen anytime and subscribe to weekly shows by email. Got friends or family who you'd like to hear this show ever week? All you've got to do is send them this email and they can subscribe by clicking here.

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:

MATTHEW 17: 1 - 9 - Gospel Reflection with Fr Richard Healey
ELEPHANT STORY - Wisdom From The Abbey with Sr Hilda Scott OSB
FALLING OUT OF LOVE - The Catholic Guy with Bruce Downes
CHANGE OF PACE - Milk & Honey with Trish McCarthy
TREES CAN'T FLY - The Call with Fr Dave Callaghan MGL
CAMINO TOFFS - Walking The Walk with Sam Clar

Or listen to the full shows (click the below graphic):

You can also listen to all our past shows at www.jcr.org.au

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We love to hear feedback and comments on the show too, so drop us an email at journey@dow.org.au or call (02) 4222 2407.

Yours in Christ


Jude Hennessy
Program Director

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