Father Jack Durkin is Pastor of St. Monica Catholic Church in Duluth, Georgia. A native of Darby, Pa., he grew up in North Carolina, graduated from Wake Forest University and received a masters degree in teaching from UNC-Chapel Hill. He taught and coached in Macon and Athens, Georgia before entering the seminary. He was ordained for the Archdiocese of Atlanta in 1999. Father Tom Zahuta is Parochial Vicar of St. Monica Catholic Church in Duluth, GA which is his first assignment. A native of South Plainfield, NJ, he also lived in Tampa, FL, Littleton, CO, Lantana, FL, and Kennesaw, GA, before entering St. Maryrsquo;s Seminary in Emmitsburg, MD in August of 2005. Prior to entering the seminary, he was an analyst at Intercontinental Hotel Group in Atlanta, GA. He was ordained to the priesthood of Jesus Christ on June 26, 2010. Father Augustine Tran is in residence at St. Monicarsquo;s Catholic Church in Duluth, GA.
By Father Jack Durkin and Guest
The Daily Office of the Episcopal Church as presented from Holy Trinity Church in Lenoir, NC. Here you will hear the Order for Evening Prayer found in the 1928 Book of Common Prayer (Rite I of the 1979 BCP). The lessons read are those appointed in the Lectionary of the 1928 BCP, the psalms and hymns are from the choir of Holy Trinity Church and other various choirs, we welcome you to join us in our spiritual journey of faith as we make our common supplication to our heavenly Father and we pray the service adds to your devotion and understanding of a joyous and holy relationship with Christ our Savior. *We choose to use the 1928 Book of Common Prayer because of it's Scripturally based foundations and the historic significance it has with other Anglican communions.*
By Holy Trinity Church
Ghost Chronicles International provides you a glimpse into the minds of some of the top paranormal people from both sides of the pond and allows you to interact with them via phone or the TogiNet chat room. So don’t miss an exciting minute of this landmark program. Tune in and experience it for yourself.
By Ron Kolek, Steve Parsons, and Cal Cooper
The mission of Fellowship Bible Church is to glorify God by proclaiming Christ, maturing in the faith, and giving our lives away. We're located just south of Nashville, TN with campuses in Brentwood and Franklin. Visit us online at FellowshipNashville.org.
By Fellowship Bible Church - Nashville
The implication of the title - Buddha at the Gas Pump - is that ordinary people are experiencing higher states of consciousness once thought to be rare and difficult to attain. People everywhere are undergoing a shift or awakening to their true nature. For some, this shift has been abrupt and dramatic. For others, it has been so gradual that they may not have realized it has occurred. Such shifts, or awakenings, are not new: Christ spoke of the Kingdom of Heaven within, Buddhists speak of Nirvana, Zen masters of Satori, Hindus of Moksha, but these traditions generally regard these states as rare and difficult to attain. Many people are therefore skeptical of claims of higher states of consciousness. They find it hard to believe that apparently ordinary friends and neighbors might be experiencing something extraordinary. Maybe they expect Enlightenment to look as remarkable on the outside as it is reputed to be on the inside. This show will attempt to dispel skepticism and misconceptions by week after week, allowing otherwise ordinary people to relate their experience of spiritual awakening. The terminology is tricky, because there are no universally agreed upon definitions to describe this experience. So please forgive us if we use some unfamiliar terms. We will try to clarify our definitions as we go along. Perhaps, after a while, those listening will become convinced that genuine and permanent spiritual awakenings are not just a pipe dream, but are real and are becoming relatively commonplace. These podcasts are the audio track of a weekly TV interview show which may be seen as videos on our YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/buddhaatthegaspump). There is also a very active chat group (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BuddhaAtTheGasPump) and a blog (http://batgap.com) where guests and interested listeners discuss topics brought up on the show.
By Rick Archer