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Basilica of Saint Mary Podcast

The Basilica of Saint Mary

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Founded in 1795, the Basilica of Saint Mary in Old Town Alexandria is the first Catholic Church established in Virginia. Pope Francis named the church a minor basilica on December 6, 2017 due to its important role in the growth of the Catholic Church in North America.
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Alex Jensen, the "Voice of the Gaels," breaks down the latest in Saint Mary’s College Athletics and takes fans behind the shield through interviews with coaches, student-athletes, and key administrators in the Athletics Department.
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Stephen Gabriel, a local author, recently discussed his book on evangelization, “Put Out into the Deep: Become the Apostle You Are Called to Be,” with Carlos Briceño, the Basilica's director of communications and evangelization. Their conversation, which took place on Feb. 6, 2024 in the Basilica's Lyceum Auditorium, is shared in this podcast. Clic…
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In this episode, listen to several lay speakers talk about why it's important to give to the 2024 Bishop's Lenten Appeal, which supports our Diocese in its mission of sharing the love and mercy of Christ through serving the needy, educating and forming youth, encouraging vocations, promoting a culture of life and assisting the clergy, religious, an…
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This episode features interviews with three Arlington Diocese seminarians – Jonathan Amgott, Luke Lenhard and Daniel Moreno – who are part of the new propaedeutic stage of priestly formation at Mount Saint Mary Seminary in Emmitsburg, Maryland. The propaedeutic stage takes place before men begin the Discipleship Stage (i.e., before the study of Phi…
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In this episode, the monthly series called “What Are the Sisters Reading?" continues. For the month of February, Sister Emily Beata Marsh, FSP, shares about a book called "Finding God in the Suffering" by Father Christopher M. Mahar. Guided by the writings of Saint John Paul II on the Christian meaning of human suffering, Fr. Mahar combines theolog…
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Local author, Stephen Gabriel, discusses his latest book, “Put Out into the Deep: Become the Apostle You Are Called to Be.” He and Carlos Briceño, the Basilica’s director of communications and evangelization, will discuss the book on Tuesday, February 6, 2024, at 7 p.m. in the Lyceum Auditorium, 313 Duke Street. Their discussion will focus on how, …
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Father Bill Casey, a priest with the Fathers of Mercy, a missionary preaching Religious Congregation, shares about what he plans to share in leading a Lenten Parish Mission at the Basilica called “Lent: A Season of God’s Mercy and Love.” The mission will take place from March 11-14, 2024 in the Basilica church. Click here to see the schedule of his…
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In this episode, the monthly series called “What Are the Sisters Reading?" continues. For the month of January, Sister Emily Marsh, FSP, shares about a book called "Changed Heart, Changed World: The Transforming Freedom of Friendship with God" by Father William A. Barry, SJ. The book shows how developing a friendship with God may be the starting po…
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Deacon Al Pandolfe, a Transitional Deacon who is in his sixth and final year of priestly formation at Mount Saint Mary’s Seminary (Emmitsburg, MD) and has been helping out at the Basilica as part of his pastoral field experience, shares a homily during the First Sunday of Advent. It was given in the Basilica on December 3, 2023.…
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In this episode, the monthly series called “What Are the Sisters Reading?" continues. For the month of December, Sister Kathryn Hermes, FSP, reflects about a book called "What Child Is This -- A Coloring Book for Prayer and Meditation" by Sister Mary Joseph Peterson, FSP. Readers can enter the wonder of Christmas through the beauty of art and the l…
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In this episode, the monthly series called “What Are the Sisters Reading?" continues. Sister Emily Marsh, FSP, shares about a book called "Meeting Jesus Christ: Meditations on the Word," by Monsignor J. Brian Bransfield. In this book, readers are invited to personally encounter Jesus Christ through 21 Scriptural meditations that unlock unique persp…
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Abigail Adams is a sophomore at Fordham University and a 2018 graduate of the Basilica School of Saint Mary. In this episode, she talks about observing and participating in events relating to the Synod of Synodality in Rome and how attending the Basilica parish and school have prepared her as a faithful young adult.…
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This episode features a review of the history of the Blessed Virgin Mary’s apparitions at Lourdes and highlights some of the amazing cures attributed to Our Lady’s intercession. The presenters are Steve Hemler, the president of the Catholic Apologetics Institute of North America (CAINA); Tony Gibert, CAINA's vice president of Hispanic outreach; and…
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Father Kevin Barnekow, a visiting priest, shares a reflection on the First Luminous Mystery of the Rosary, the Baptism of Jesus in the River Jordan, during our Communal First Saturday for October. This meditation was recorded on October 7, 2023.Bởi Basilica of Saint Mary
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In this episode, the monthly series called “What Are the Sisters Reading” continues. My guests for the month of October are from the Daughters of Saint Paul. Sister Kathryn James Hermes, FSP, will share her reflections about a book called “When the Lord Speaks to your Heart: Daily Devotions” by Father Gaston Courtois, which offers brief daily medit…
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On Sept. 19, 2023, Father Uwe Michael Lang, a priest of the Oratory of Saint Philip Neri in London, gave a talk on “Continuity and Change in the History of the Roman Mass” in our Lyceum auditorium. The lecture was sponsored by the Basilica’s Institute for Faith and Public Culture.Bởi Basilica of Saint Mary
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Father Peter Clem, a Parochial Vicar at the Basilica of Saint Mary, offers a reflection on the Fifth Joyful Mystery of the Rosary, the Finding of Jesus in the Temple, during our Communal First Saturday for September. This meditation was recorded on September 2, 2023.Bởi Basilica of Saint Mary
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