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We have Ignition

The Ignition Podcast

The much anticipated newest show in the Station 15 podcast stable, Ignition, has now been launched. Ignition will showcase Catholic talks and seminars that have been given in recent years and be published in easy-to-digest 15- or 20-minutes episodes.

In this first episode, we begin a talk given by Fr Dominique Faure, a priest of the Community of St John, at the 2010 Hearts Aflame Summer School. The talk is on Friendship and Ethics. The second part of the four-part talk will be published next Monday, with new episodes made available each Monday.

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Station XV – Episode 41 – Popes, Presidents and PMs

The 15th Station podcast

This month we discuss the upcoming beatification of Pope John Paul II, the “early days” of Pope Benedict XVI’s pontificate, the Prime Minister at a Christian Music Festival, Jesus vs. Barack Obama and the iPhone app for Confession.  Follow us at facebook.com/station15 or twitter.com/station15.

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Station XV – Episode 40 – Face the facts

The 15th Station podcast

It’s a political show to start 2011 as we talk about the Pope’s comments on Pakistan, Cardinal Pell’s notes to “Catholic” politicians, China’s comments to the Pope on “religious freedom” in China, and the need to GPS-track holy items?!? What is the world coming to!  Follow us on twitter.com/station15 or facebook.com/station15.

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15th Station Special – Christmas with Bishop Patrick Dunn

Bishop Patrick Dunn

As Christmas week begins, Bishop Patrick Dunn of Auckland sits down with Icon Media’s Gavin Abraham for a discussion about the wonderful feast of Christmas. Bishop Patrick talks about childhood memories of Christmas and what a typical Christmas Day is like for a Catholic Bishop, as well as offering a Christmas greeting.

 

-Note updated 23/12/2010: fixes to sound levels (funky gating)

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Station XV – Episode 39 – Happy Christmas 2010!

The 15th Station podcast

Wow – another year has just raced past. So, for the last show of the year, we talk about the Pike River mining disaster, the Pope’s comments on condoms and AIDS, the arrival of the new Mass translation, the latest God debate featuring Tony Blair, and the shortage of exorcists?!?  Follow us on twitter.com/station15 or facebook.com/station15 and have a wonderful Christmas!

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Catechiwi: The ministerial priesthood

The Catechiwi Podcast

In our final episode of 2010, Catechiwi welcomes back Bishop Patrick Dunn as he talks about a topic he literally wrote a book on: Priesthood. Bishop Dunn speaks about some of the theological aspects of the priesthood as well as offering some personal insights into his own vocation.

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Station XV – Episode 38 – Sad, happy, happy, sad, puzzled

The 15th Station podcast

We have a mix of stories this month: starting with the terribly sad and tragic story of the Iraqi Catholics massacred while at Mass, then to the happy coverage of the first Australasian saint, St Mary of the Cross MacKillop, then the happy story of five Anglican bishops joining the Church, then the sad passing of Bishop John Cunneen, and then we finish on the puzzling story of “the Vatican” saying Homer Simpson is Catholic?!?  Follow us at twitter.com/station15 or facebook.com/station15.

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Catechiwi: Heaven, Hell and Purgatory

The Catechiwi Podcast

Fr Neil Vaney talks to Catechiwi about ultimate destinations. What does the Church have to say about heaven, about hell and about purgatory?

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Station XV – Episode 37 – Papal Praise and Santa Sacking

The 15th Station podcast

The Holy Father’s much-anticipated visit to the UK has come and gone. The members of the Station 15 panel offer their thoughts on the trip in this month’s episode, and also look at IVF, amendments to the introduction of the new Roman Missal in New Zealand and the plans of some German Catholics to sack Santa Claus. Follow us at facebook.com/station15 or twitter.com/station15

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Catechiwi Special: Australasia’s First Saint

The Catechiwi Podcast

On October 17, Pope Benedict XVI will canonise Blessed Mary MacKillop, making her St Mary of the Cross (MacKillop). Mary, born and raised in Australia, was a co-founder of the Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart and spent approximately four years of her religious life in New Zealand. She encountered major obstacles along the way, but responded to them with charity and humility. In a special episode of Catechiwi, Sr Ann Neven, RSJ, speaks with Gavin Abraham on Mary MacKillop’s life and legacy just days before the canonisation. It’s the story of an Aussie battler — one who Kiwis can also claim.

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