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CMC2 EP3: Vibes of Advent

December 1st, 2022

Host:Chase Mason St. Ambrose University student Guests:Luke Johnson and Ian Cawthon St. Ambrose University students This podcast was produced and recorded at KALA Radio Studios, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA. Recorded December 2022 www.catholicmessenger.net/podcasting  Read More

World AIDS Day 2022

December 1st, 2022
World AIDS Day 2022

Host Ann Garton welcomes three special guests for World AIDS Day offering a global perspective:  Annamore Mutisi, MD, MPH, from Zimbabwe; Tsitsi Monera-Penduka, PhD, AAHIVP, from the United Kingdom; and Jessica Posner, MPH, from the Eastern United States. Annamore Mutisi, MD, MPH: Annamore Mutisi is a medical doctor and public health specialist who was born and based in Zimbabwe. She has 11 years of working experience in both the public health and private sectors.  Her experience is vast, as she has a strong clinical background working in government hospitals managing patients with various conditions... Read More

Catholic Messenger Conversations Episode 40 – Family shares tips for Advent and Christmas

November 28th, 2022

Trevor and Jescie Pullinger build on traditions with their six young children. This segment was produced and recorded at KALA Radio Studios, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA. Renew Our Hearts, copyright 2019 by Joe Mattingly. All rights reserved. Published by NS Publications, 2325 James St., #11, Coralville, IA 52241. Email: nspinfo@newmansingers.com. Voice/text: 319-331-8812. For rights and reprint information, contact the publisher. Recorded at Holy Mountain Studios, Coralville, IA. You can hear all our podcasts on your favorite podcast platform including Apple podcasts, iHeartmedia,... Read More

BONUS: Edgar Allen Poe And The Forging Of American Science

November 25th, 2022
BONUS: Edgar Allen Poe And The Forging Of American Science

BONUS DISCUSSION:  Dr. John Tresch, Milton Chair and Professor of History, Art, Science, and Folk Practice at the Warburg Institute at the University Of London joins the “ROI” team for the 483rd program in this series.  Dr. Tresch will discuss “The Reason For The Darkness Of The Night:  Edgar Allen Poe And The Forging Of American Science.” The hosts for this abbreviated program segment are John Kealey and Rick Sweet. The opinions expressed in this program are those of the hosts and the guest(s), and not necessarily those of KALA-FM or St. Ambrose University.  This program... Read More

Edgar Allen Poe And The Forging Of American Science

November 25th, 2022
Edgar Allen Poe And The Forging Of American Science

Dr. John Tresch, Milton Chair and Professor of History, Art, Science, and Folk Practice at the Warburg Institute at the University Of London joins the “ROI” team for the 483rd program in this series.  Dr. Tresch will discuss “The Reason For The Darkness Of The Night:  Edgar Allen Poe And The Forging Of American Science.” The host for this program segment is John Kealey, and the history buffs are Rick Sweet and Ed Broders. The opinions expressed in this program are those of the hosts and the guest(s), and not necessarily those of KALA-FM or St. Ambrose University.  This... Read More

Book Production/Monastic Reform In 12th Century Bavaria

November 18th, 2022
Book Production/Monastic Reform In 12th Century Bavaria

Dr. Allison Beach, professor of Medieval History at The University Of St. Andrews (Scotland) is the guest for “Relevant Or Irrelevant” program #481.  She joins host Jay Swords, and history buffs Brett Monnard and Rick Sweet, to discuss “Women As Scribes:  Book Production And Monastic Reform In Twelfth Century Bavaria.” The opinions expressed in this program are those of the hosts and the guest(s), and not necessarily those of KALA-FM or St. Ambrose University.  This program is recorded at KALA-FM, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA! ... Read More

BONUS: Book Production/Monastic Reform In 12th Century Bavaria

November 18th, 2022
BONUS: Book Production/Monastic Reform In 12th Century Bavaria

BONUS DISCUSSION:  Dr. Allison Beach, professor of Medieval History at The University Of St. Andrews (Scotland) is the guest for “Relevant Or Irrelevant” program #481.  She joins host Jay Swords, and history buffs Brett Monnard and Rick Sweet, to discuss “Women As Scribes:  Book Production And Monastic Reform In Twelfth Century Bavaria.” The opinions expressed in this program are those of the hosts and the guest(s), and not necessarily those of KALA-FM or St. Ambrose University.  This program is recorded at KALA-FM, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA! ... Read More

CMC2-EP2-Young adult Catholics and inner beauty

November 16th, 2022
CMC2-EP2-Young adult Catholics and inner beauty

Host:Chase Mason St. Ambrose University student Guests:Luke Johnson and Ian Cawthon St. Ambrose University students This podcast was produced and recorded at KALA Radio Studios, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA. Recorded November 2022 www.catholicmessenger.net/podcasting Other Episodes May 6, 2022 Catholic Messenger Conversations Episode 34: What’s on the... Read More

Let's Learn More About Empower House With Claire Motto Steil

November 15th, 2022
Let's Learn More About Empower House With Claire Motto Steil

Host Ann Garton welcomes Claire Motto Steil, MS, CCC-SLP, CBIS, MNA candidate, and a co-founder of Empower House, serving as Executive Director.   Claire graduated from St. Ambrose University in 2014 and 2016 and is currently pursuing her Masters of Nonprofit Administration at the University of Notre Dame.  She is a resident of Davenport, Iowa, and previously worked at Genesis Outpatient Rehabilitation in the LIFT program as a Speech-Language Pathologist.  Claire and her husband, Griffin, are passionate about giving back to the Quad Cities community. Empower House links: empowerhouseqca.org,... Read More

The Weird History Of Resuscitation

November 11th, 2022
The Weird History Of Resuscitation

Dr. Caitjan Gainty, Historian Of Health And Healthcare at Kings College London (England) and Co-Founder of the Healthy Scepticism Project, is the guest for “ROI” edition #482.  The topic discussed is:  Reversing Death:  The Weird History Of Resuscitation. The host for this program is John Kealey.  The history buffs for this episode are Rick Sweet and Ed Broders. The opinions expressed in this program are those of the hosts and the guest(s), and not necessarily those of KALA-FM or St. Ambrose University.  This program is recorded at KALA-FM, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa,... Read More