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Station XV – Episode 21 – Holy Father’s Holy Land holiday?

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In this month’s episode, we cover the Holy Father’s trip to the Holy Land, the Swine Flu restrictions on reception of Communion, the anti-Catholic media bias, offering women who seek abortions the opportunity to view the ultrasound, and Our Lady appearing in a…coffee stain? (http://tinyurl.com/qdu9p9)

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Familia – Episode 8

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In this month’s edition of the Familia Podcast we explore the following questions:
1. What are the ‘original experiences of man’?
2. Why did God create people with homosexual desires?
3. How can you counsel people who are pregnant and worried to keep their babies without moralizing?
4. How do you deal with friends who are sleeping together – how do we love them without condoning their actions?
5. When we give our lives to Christ do we really have to cease to exist as an individual?

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Station XV – Episode 20 – Fair-weather Catholics

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In our Easter podcast for 2009, we talk about the Mercy Centre in Wellington hosting a relationship seminar for gay and lesbian couples, fair-weather Catholics, Obama and Notre Dame, Amnesty International and a Kiwi trying to change their stance on abortion, the Pope and his reaffirmation of the Church’s teaching on condoms and AIDS, and a 90-year old priest who gives money to the poor!

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Familia – Episode 7

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This month’s edition of the Familia Podcast explores the following questions:
– How does a committed Catholic balance the Catholic teaching about contraception with practical realities like saving for a house, etc?
– Is it okay for a couple to say that they just want 3 kids and no more?
– What benefit do married couples get from seeing vocations to religious life and vice versa, and how do you explain why vocations are not necessary in heaven?
– What advice can you give a couple who are considering contraception just for their honeymoon?
– If you are engaged and you wish to be faithful to the Catholic teaching on birth regulation– when should charting of NFP be started?
– Why are there so many Catholics who use contraception?

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Station XV – Episode 19 – More popular than Obama?

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In this episode, we discuss one New Zealand bishop’s response to the proposed ‘three strikes’ law, we talk about the terrible situation surrounding some excommunications in Brazil, we look at Pelosi and the Pope, we take a look at the events in South Brisbane and is President Obama more popular than Jesus Christ?!?

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Familia – Episode 6

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This month’s edition of the Familia Podcast explores the following questions:
– Why is there such a big divorce rate for couples who have sex before marriage?
– Why do men represent Christ in a marriage when we are all meant to represent Christ in the world?
– What is guilt and is it healthy?
– Should someone with a serious medical condition take the Pill?
– Aren’t NFP and contraception the exact same thing?
– What is responsible family planning?
– How candid should an unmarried couple be about sexual issues?

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Station XV – Episode 18 – Better late than never

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We kick off our first episode for 2009 a little later than last year, but in a fashion that’s worth the wait.  In this episode, we take a look at the artistic actions of Fr Gerard Burns, the lifting of the excommunication of some of the Society of Saint Pius X’s bishops and the fact that one of them doesn’t believe the Holocaust happened, we talk about some missing abortion stats (you won’t believe that one!), Obama and the Mexico City policy, and a nurse that got in trouble for offering to pray for a patient!

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Familia – Episode 5

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This month’s edition of the Familia Podcast is a special edition which features an exclusive interview with Dr. Tracey Rowland. Dr Rowland is the Dean and Associate Professor of Political Philosophy and Continental Theology at the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family in Melbourne, and she is the author of a new book called Ratzinger’s Faith, the Theology of Pope Benedict XVI. In this informative interview she discusses the history, Papacy and theological concerns of Pope Benedict XVI, exploring important issues such as liturgy, post-Vatican II dissent and his approach to Islam. If you want to know about Pope Benedict XVI then this is a must listen edition of the Familia Podcast!

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Catechiwi, January 2009: Three’s Company

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Persons? Substances? Essences? How do we describe the three members of the Holy Trinity? In this month’s episode, our triumvirate of Fr Merv Duffy, NZ Catholic’s Gavin Abraham and the plush surrounds of Rendition Studios combine for a look at the Catholic understanding of the Trinity. Happy New Year!

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Station XV – Episode 17 – Skneeling at Christmas

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In our Christmas episode this year, we talk about kneeling at Mass continuing in New Zealand, a Bishop that is prepared to die for an end to abortion, the Tui beer billboards about Christmas, the Vatican going green and the Beatles being “forgiven”.
From all of the 15th Station team, have a safe, happy and holy Christmas!

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