Then Sings My Soul - Annabelle Moseley

Then Sings My Soul - Annabelle Moseley

Poet, author and professor Annabelle Moseley shares how to live sacramentally, attuning our senses to God's beauty, transforming our joys and pains to great purpose... even in a secular and divided world.

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July 1, 2019 72 min
Summertime ocean images begin a "vacation of the spirit" for listeners in this episode as the theme of Holy Longing is treated with compelling examples from C.S. Lewis, George MacDonald, and St. John of the Cross. The painter Giovanni Bellini is discussed along with composer Vincenzo Bellini, showcasing incredible works by each. Then, in preparation for the upcoming month of July, with its devotion to the Precious Bloo...
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The theme of Pentecost is celebrated, along with the theme of the Sacred Heart, to which the entire month of June is dedicated. Connections to the Holy Spirit and the Sacred Heart abound in
this episode, including special ways to honor the Sacred Heart all month long, and how to make our hearts "after God's own heart," like King David did. (June 9, 2019)
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This Mother's Day episode of "Then Sings My Soul" is one you'll want to share with the great mothers in your life. It will get you talking and reflecting about the power of your own story of faith. Host Annabelle Moseley offers unique and unforgettable reflections on motherhood from many angles, and even interviews her own mother, theology teacher Annabelle Rufino. A beautiful surprise ending shows how great faith h...
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In this episode of "Then Sings My Soul," host Annabelle Moseley presents the first of a monthly series on marking Catholic months of the year in our domestic churches, showcasing ten ways to tribute Mary in the month of May. A special tribute is given to St. Joseph the Worker, followed by a powerful presentation on "Gardening as Prayer," and a stunning meditation by Moseley on Jesus as gardener. (May 5, 2019)
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This special Divine Mercy episode of "Then Sings My Soul" includes a beautiful recitation of the Divine Mercy chaplet by host Annabelle Moseley set to the music of Bach and a mercy-themed show.
Episode also includes a tribute to St. Catherine of Siena, an exemplar of mercy. (April 28, 2019)
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This is the Easter special of "Then Sings My Soul." This show can be enjoyed on Easter and its message will continue to resonate throughout the Easter season, the glorious weeks in which we dwell in a special way upon Our Risen Lord. (April 21, 2019)
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In this 22nd episode of "Then Sings My Soul," Annabelle Moseley offers beautiful prayers, poetry and stories in honor of Palm Sunday and the upcoming Holy Week, with special attention paid to the Sorrowful Mysteries (including a memorable and unique connection made between the great aria "Nessun Dorma" and the First Sorrowful Mystery). Show dedicated to Edwin F. Black, whose exemplary faith even unto his death o...
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This 21st episode of "Then Sings My Soul," kicks off April, the month of the Most Holy Eucharist, with a show dedicated to that theme. Includes a moving story of host Annabelle Moseley's uncle, the Rev. Thomas E. Brady, S.J. who was a prisoner of war as a young Scholastic in the Philippines and reached out to his parents and family back home through "the Messenger in the Tabernacle." (April 7, 2019)
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In Episode 20 of "Then Sings My Soul," host Annabelle Moseley uses the spring tradition of Baseball's Opening Day as a metaphor for prayer. Moseley also discusses three Lenten Themes that are also, wonderfully, Eucharistic themes as we prepare for April, the month of the Most Holy Eucharist. The themes discussed are Longing, Remembrance and Sustenance: We long, we remember, and through Him, we sustain. (March 31, 2019)
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Host Annabelle Moseley dedicates this episode of "Then Sings My Soul," to the upcoming Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord by discussing art, poetry, prayers and traditions on that theme. She concludes her powerful and practical three-episode discussion of how to live the liturgical significance of each day of the week. Tonight's episode delves into the liturgical significance of Fridays and Saturdays (fittingly, ...
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On this special St. Patrick's day-themed episode, host Annabelle Moseley presents stories, music, prayers and poetry on the subject. She also continues her new series dedicated to living more sacramentally by aligning our weekdays to the liturgical significance of each day of the week. Tonight closes with a beautiful prayer to St. Joseph in honor of his upcoming feast day." (March 17, 2019)
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Host Annabelle Moseley dedicates this episode of "Then Sings My Soul" to the patron saint of March, St. Joseph with art, music and stories on the subject. She also begins a new series dedicated to living more sacramentally by aligning our weekdays to the liturgical significance of each day of the week. Tonight's episode delves into the liturgical significance of Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays and, fittingly, closes with ...
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This episode of "Then Sings My Soul," is dedicated to the profoundly beautiful Holy Face devotion in preparation for the upcoming Feast of the Holy Face on Shrove Tuesday. (March 3, 2019)
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In this episode of "Then Sings My Soul," host Annabelle Moseley discusses the theme of trusting in and working for God. She honors Josephite nun, Sr. Anita de Lourdes Moseley (Annabelle Moseley's aunt) who trusted in God and founded Centro San Francisco, a free Catholic school for poor children in Puerto Rico. Annabelle continues the theme of trusting in God and working for God with references to the architecture o...
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In this episode of "Then Sings My Soul," host Annabelle Moseley covers the great saints and feasts of the first two weeks of February, including the Feast of St. Brigid of Kildare; the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord; Candlemas; The Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes. She suggests ways to honor and mark these saints and feasts through stories of sacramental living, great music and poetry. (February 10, 2019)
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In this episode of Then Sings My Soul, host Annabelle Moseley honors and discusses the Holy Name of Jesus, to which the month of January is dedicated. She also explains how the arts nourish ministry. She presents the idea of the "sacred conversation" in both art and life, and the vocation of what it is to be an artist working in the Catholic tradition. (January 27, 2019)
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"Then Sings My Soul" Episode 12: In this episode, host Annabelle Moseley discusses the Holy Spirit and finding reminders and symbols of the Holy Spirit all around us as we endeavor to live sacramentally. She draws a connection between the way the Holy Spirit, the Advocate, grows the gifts that have been planted within us, and the way the sculptor Michelangelo saw the potential for great sculpture waiting within raw sto...
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In this unforgettable episode of "Then Sings My Soul," Annabelle Moseley marks the conclusion of the season of Christmas with the Feast of the Baptism of Our Lord, with a discussion of the importance of "accepted love from God." This show is dedicated to the memory of her grandmother, Annabelle Black, who was born to eternal life December 26, 2018 at 101 years old. Her faith-filled death is illuminated as a beautifu...
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In this episode of "Then Sings My Soul," Annabelle Moseley presents special poetry, art, music and
prayers in honor of the Second Sunday of Advent. (December 9, 2018)
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In this ninth episode of "Then Sings My Soul," Annabelle Moseley marks the first Sunday of Advent by offering beautiful Advent-themed art, music, readings, and meditations. Special Advent-themed attention is paid to the subject of "Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament." Also, Annabelle continues her poetic series on the Seven Sorrows of Mary, focusing on the Sixth Sorrow of Mary: "Mary Receives the Dead Body o...
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