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SaintCast Episode #32, The Seat of the Soul, Cause for JP I's Sainthood, Mother Francis Xavier Cabrini, feedback 312.235.2278

In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning, Paul posts the latest SaintCast. We review the new American TV series called "3 lbs." about the "seat of the soul", the human brain. The diocesan phase for the cause for canonization of Albino Luciani, Pope John Paul I, has been forwarded to the Vatican. We include a prayer for his intercession. News of a medical miracle attributed to his intercession in southern Italy. What is the Tau Cross of St. Francis? Tune in for the answer. Check your closets for any pieces of Renaissance art. A British citizen did and found 2 works of Blessed Fra Angelico, worth over 2 million pounds! We tell the story. A bit of a trick question on last week's St. Jeopardy, but several international listeners correctly named Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini as the first American citizen to be canonized. Please continue to pray for the success of the SQPN fund drive. Consider sponsoring a SaintCast for someone you love or your own special patron Saint. A link to the novena to St. Maximilian Kolbe is included below. Finally, who is your candidate for the Patron Saint of Podcasting? Let me know on the voice feedback line, skype to pjcamarata, or e-mail me. http://libsyn.com/media/rosaryarmy/MaximilianNovena.mp3

Direct download: SaintCast_Episode_32_Seat_of_the_Soul.mp3
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SaintCast Episode #31, Soundseeing from University of Notre Dame, another JP II miracle, Jeopardy returns, 312.235.2278

Join us on a Soundseeing tour of the University of Notre Dame, in South Bend, Indiana, USA. We pay a brief visit to the Basilica of the Sacred Heart (more to come), and statues around campus. The long-awaited answer to our last St. Jeopardy is revealed! Help out SQPN by Sponsoring a SaintCast - dedicate one to your favorite Saint, a friend, or a loved one. We'll profile a special Saint, just for you. News of a new miracle has reached the Cause for Canonization of John Paul II, in the healing of someone with incurable cancer in southern Italy. The Patron Saint of artists, stem cell discussions, and lots of feedback, on this week's SaintCast.

Direct download: SaintCast_Episode_31_Soundseeing_at_University_of_Notre_Dame.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:03pm CST

SaintCast Episode #30, All SaintsCast, Brother Giles in Spain, Saints Behaving Badly, more N Am martyrs, feedback 312.235.2278

Happy All Saints Day! We travel to Spain today to hear Brother Giles taking part in a centuries old custom. . . in a cemetery. The history of All Saints Day, and it's relationship to Halloween. Duped by an e-mail from Africa . . . . More than you ever wanted to know about Operating Room Music. We finish up our tribute to the Eight North American Martyrs, and preview a new book on Saints, Saints Behaving Badly. Visit the SQPN blog at SQPN.com to comment on the book, or any others. Music for this show. . . November, by Someday Company, from garageband.com, Levenah Rising from the album Samadhi, by Christopher of the Wolves, from Magnatune.com Saints Behaving Badly, by Thomas J. Craughwell. Links to North American martyrs - http://www.silk.net/RelEd/canadianmartyrs.htm#lalande

Direct download: All_SaintsCast.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:05pm CST