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Radio Maria England is a 24hr Catholic Radio Station set up to broadcast programmes promoting and expressing the Christian Faith. It aims to support Catholics and others in their spiritual life and witness to those who wish to learn more about the Catholic Faith. It is part of the World Family of Radio Maria, formed in 1998 in response to the apparitions and messages of our Lady in Medjugorje and Fatima. Radio Maria currently has 77 radio stations across 5 continents with 500 million listeners world-wide.

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Radio Maria England is a 24hr Catholic Radio Station set up to broadcast programmes promoting and expressing the Christian Faith. It aims to support Catholics and others in their spiritual life and witness to those who wish to learn more about the Catholic Faith. It is part of the World Family of Radio Maria, formed in 1998 in response to the apparitions and messages of our Lady in Medjugorje and Fatima. Radio Maria currently has 77 radio stations across 5 continents with 500 million listeners world-wide.

    Culture Tuesday - 2021-11-30

    Culture Tuesday - 2021-11-30

    Culture Tuesday - 2021-11-30

    Fr. Toby shares the historical and traditional practice of having a patron saint - for a country such as Scotland with St. Andrew or a patron for yourself, perhaps related to your occupation or an experience you may relate to with the saint.

    • 24 min
    Questions of Faith 2021-11-12

    Questions of Faith 2021-11-12

    In this episode Fr Luke Goymour and Margaret Mary McFadyen take a look at this week's questions: With Remembrance Sunday coming up this weekend I’m wondering about soldiers going into war ‘with God on their side’. The Allies fought for ‘God and Empire’ in WWI and the Germans had ‘God with us’ inscribed in their belts. Whose side was God on? Where was God in all of these terrible wars?; When we are confirmed we choose a patron saint, and then the bishop greets us with that saint’s name. Should we be known by our confirmation name thereafter? Monks and nuns usually add to or change their name on making profession or entering noviciate so why don’t lay Christians do the same? (Especially if one hasn’t been given a Christian name at birth/baptism!); My friend sometimes refers to her ‘spiritual director’.  I think I want one! But what is a spiritual director?  How is a spiritual director different from my parish priest?  And how do I get one?!; I mainly hear the Bible during the Mass readings. I’m not quite sure how to use it at other times, besides reading it as a story? Is there a way to use it more in my prayer life besides just at Mass?; From Sam aged 6: ‘Why haven’t scientists found God yet?’; I attend Our Lady of English Martyrs and sing in their choir – I’m Anglican though.  I love singing and have friends in the choir.  Can I participate in the Synodal process coming up? Do other Christian Denominations matter when it comes to this process?   

    • 52 min
    Questions of Faith 2021-11-29

    Questions of Faith 2021-11-29

    In this episode Mgr Tony Rogers and Fr Stefan Park on this week's questions: Has the obligation to attend Mass been reinstated? And if not, when or will it be reinstated?; I’m confused about Halloween which is coming up this weekend. I know in some parts of the Church it is frowned upon to let one’s children dress up and go trick or treating – that in doing so is in some way collaborating with evil. How harmless or dangerous is it? Should we be exercising caution?; In the Gospels Jesus says that the one who sins against the Holy Spirit will never be forgiven. What is this sin against the Holy Spirit?; How should we mark All Souls Day which is next Tuesday? It seems we don’t we visit graveyards in this country as much as in other countries. Is there a reason for this? Where I was living abroad, Mass would be celebrated in the cemetery on All Souls Day; After we die, will we receive a glorified body at the moment we enter heaven, or at the end of the world after the final Judgement?; Can we pray to Old Testament prophets? Are they saints? 

    • 58 min
    Mornings with Radio Maria - 2021-11-19 - Aid to the Church In Need

    Mornings with Radio Maria - 2021-11-19 - Aid to the Church In Need

    Mornings with Radio Maria - 2021-11-19 - Aid to the Church In Need

    Aid the Church in Need is a Pontifical Foundation of the Catholic Church, supporting the Catholic faithful and other Christians where they are persecuted, oppressed of are in pastoral need.  John Pontifex and Fr. Dominic Robinson speak to listeners about this year's #RedWednesday2021 Campaign.

    As a result of targeted violence, around the world, millions of Christians are now displaced or refugees. Countless numbers have been driven from the homes, lost their livelihoods and even their liberty and their lives because of their faith.  This year our special focus is on the kidnap, forced marriage and conversion, rape and sexual enslavement of Christian women and girls.

    • 29 min
    Culture Tuesday - 2021-11-26

    Culture Tuesday - 2021-11-26

    Culture Tuesday - 2021-11-26

    Fr. Toby and Helena continue their discussion of St. Dominic's Ways of Prayer.

    • 30 min
    Pre-Advent Retreat with Fr. Luke Goymour - 3 of 3

    Pre-Advent Retreat with Fr. Luke Goymour - 3 of 3

    Pre-Advent Retreat with Fr. Luke Goymour - 3 of 3

    Fr Luke Goymour,  MA, STB, was born and raised in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire.  After leaving school he pursued careers in both the golf and leisure industries before discerning a call to serve God as a priest. He was accepted as a student for the Diocese of East Anglia and sent to Oscott College, Birmingham, to study for the priesthood in 2004. Whilst at Oscott he gained two degrees in Theology and Philosophy, one from the University of Birmingham and the other from the Catholic University of Leuven (KUL) in Belgium.

    Fr Luke was ordained priest on July 10th, 2010, by the late Bishop Michael Evans. Following his ordination, he served as an assistant priest in parishes in Norwich and Ipswich serving also as a prison chaplain, hospital chaplain, and working in youth and children’s ministry.

    In 2015 Fr Luke was given permission by Bishop Alan Hopes to move outside the Diocese and serve as a parish youth-worker to St Augustine’s Catholic Parish, Tunbridge Wells, in the Archdiocese of Southwark. During that time, he obtained a Masters in Pastoral Theology from Heythrop College (University of London) specialising in Liturgy, Mission and Youth Ministry.

    On returning to the Diocese in 2017 Bishop Alan appointed him as full-time chaplain to the Diocesan Youth Service and the Ignite Youth Mission Team. In September 2018, at the request of the Bishop, Fr Luke became the parish priest of St Thomas of Canterbury and St John the Evangelist in Brandon and Mildenhall. He continues his role as the Diocesan Youth Chaplain, albeit part time.

    • 34 min

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