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Ave Maria Radio: Food for the Journey

Sr. Ann Shields - Host
PublishesDailyEpisodes102Founded11 years ago
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Monday of the Fourth Week of Easter - Acts 11:1-18/ Ps 42, 43/ Jn 10:1-10

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Friday of the Third Week of Easter - Acts -:1-20/ Ps 117/ Jn 6:52-59

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Thursday of the Third Week of Easter - Acts 8:26-40/ Ps 66/ Jn 6:44-51

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Wednesday of the Third Week of Easter - Acts 8:1b-8/ Ps 66/ Jn 6:35-40

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4.8 out of 5 stars from 49 ratings
  • We love you!

    I have been a listener for over 10 years and she has helped me calm my anxieties with her calm voice and beautiful lecture. May God bless you Sister Ann.

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    5
    Conservative Democrat
    United Statesa year ago
  • A wonderful way to begin the day!!

    Sr. Ann is so wonderful! I love her sincerity and her very practical words on how to follow Jesus. I listen nearly everyday and just wish she could do the readings for Friday and Saturday. She is so good— I can’t recommend this podcast enough! Sr. Ann can help you change your life!!

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    AMKINNC
    United States2 years ago
  • Daily food

    I think Sister Ann speaks from a place in her heart where she lives. Her messages are real to me. Good food for our Spiritual life

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    4
    T Boel
    United States6 years ago
  • The Best way to start my day

    Daily readings and reflections in 15 min. I don't have any excuse to not "have time" to fit Jesus into my morning. I've been listening to Food for the Journey every morning for a few years. It always gives me what I NEED to hear. Some mornings it's graceful and others it's like getting an uppercut from a nun. Sr. Ann wants all her listeners to seek a personal relationship with Jesus and Holiness! The road is wide but the gate is small. Make this part of your life....you won't regret it.

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    5
    Pineffective
    United States7 years ago

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