Adam, Holly, and Javier talk about the potential Eucharistic Miracle in Connecticut, Eucharistic Revival, adoration and praise, and the Liturgical Slide.
Redeemer: the official podcast of the Marian Servants® of the Redeemer
Life is rough, we get it. It’s messy and sometimes it feels like it’s impossible to live a life of holiness, obedience, and humble servanthood when things like parenting, jobs, and the grind of daily life get in the way.
Join host Javier Plumey and Adam Novotny, director of the Marian Servants® of the Redeemer community, as they candidly share how modeling Mary’s example of holiness, obedience, and service, can lead us into deeper waters of faith and draw us closer to the fulfilled life God intends for us to live.
This is the official podcast of the Servants of the Redeemer, Inc. community, a Baltimore-area community chapter of the Marian Servants of Divine Providence®, a Public Association of the Christian Faithful, founded in Clearwater, FL in 1987.
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Adam and Holly have a conversation with AME Bishop Frank M. Reid III of the AME (African Methodist Episcopal Church) about the Asbury revivals, our commonality, the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises, the Wire and the culture, and how to get started in the discernment of spirits.
Adam and Holly chat with Father John-Mary Johannssen, CFR about belief in the Eucharist, Honest Thomas, adoration, the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal, and his personal story of conversion.
We wrap up Part 2 of our discussion with Catholic missionary Meg Hunter-Kilmer about the Eucharist. This time we talk about the intimacy of Jesus in the Eucharist, God’s Love shown in the Eucharist, Black Catholics and Faithfulness, and young people and the Eucharist.
Holly, Adam, and Javier talk with Meg Hunter-Kilmer, missionary and hobo for Christ, about the Eucharist, Netflix, Servant of God Jean-Thierry Ebogo, our hope in the Eucharist, Venerable Matt Talbot, going to daily Mass, and Eucharistic thinking.