iPadre #200 – Coincidence

What is coincidence?  In reality, there are no coincidences with those who believe – they are God incidences, the Lord working in our lives.  Episode 200 managed to come out on the same weekend as the Catholic New Media Celebration.  Special thanks to God for His inspiration and call, to all of my listeners and a very special thanks to all of my friends and fellow podcasters at SQPN, you are all an inspiration!

– Music: “I Bow Down”  by Christa Haberstock
– Catholic Mom
102030Go
Catholic TV
Catholic TV Petition
iCatholic App
The Fallible Blogma Blog
Tweet Catholic
FlockNote
Matthew Warner blog on NCRegister
Nun Blog
Daughters of St. Paul Choir
–  Podcast Answer Man
GSPN
Spiritual Journey Podcast
–  The SaintCast

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iPadre #200 – Coincidence — 4 Comments

  1. It really was great meeting so many friends in person (in some cases, for the first time)! Thanks also for mentioning me (and the choir). I do hope you can join us in the studio during this upcoming recording session. (At least you’ll be in the country this year during the recording; that’s a start!)

  2. Fr. Jay,
    I listened to this episode while walking around WI State Fair yesterday. It was like I never left Boston with all the voices of our friends that were included – I loved it!

    Speaking of Godincidences, I had one happen on Sunday. I just returned to Cambridge after exploring downtown Boston and was sitting outside the T station at Alewife. Not long after I sat down, Matthew Warner came walking by! I asked him if he was on his way to the airport and he said yes. I told him that Jeff and Zina (my hosts for the weekend) were on their way to picking me up for the airport and told him that they probably had room for him as well. They did end up having a seat left (baby Myra and Inge were also in Battlecar Gallatica) and he hitched a ride with us to the airport! It was definitely divine providence!

    It was great to see you again this weekend and the hug was appreciated. I hope to make it next year, but it depends where it is held. Would love it to be in the Midwest if possible. Keep up the great work and God bless always. 🙂

  3. Dear Fr. Jay. Thank you for all that you do and for the daily sacrifices you make for people like me. I am so happy to have found you. You are loved and appreciated more than you know.

    This past year I have truly learned to put my trust in the Lord and he has not let me down. I love the term “God incidences” so true! Keep up the good work Father!

    Sending prayers from California. 🙂

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