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Living the Legacy with Sister Bernadette Pike

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Sister Bernadette Pike MG leads us on a journey of exploration into who Blessed John Paul II is and what the Holy Spirit has given the Church through the life and teachings of this much-loved Pope.



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Living the Legacy with Sister Bernadette Pike
Dec 24, 2013 Cradio
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How can Blessed John Paul II's example help us to proclaim the Gospel effectively in the 21st Century? The post Giving Witness to Christ in the 21st Century appeared first on Cradio.
Living the Legacy with Sister Bernadette Pike
Dec 17, 2013 Cradio
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Many of us have been there: trying to explain Church teaching to someone with a different view, only to get a bit emotional and cause them to shut off completely. Learn the art of dialogue from JPII. The post How to Achieve Dialogue Without Compromising Truth appeared first on Cradio.
Living the Legacy with Sister Bernadette Pike
Dec 10, 2013 Cradio
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It's not easy to be with someone who is suffering. You might find yourself lost for words, feeling guilty, frustrated or uncomfortable. What can we learn from Blessed John Paul II on how to approach these situations? The post How to be Present to Your Suffering Friend appeared first on Cradio.
Living the Legacy with Sister Bernadette Pike
Dec 3, 2013 Cradio
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How well do you love each person the Lord puts in front of you? Think of the person at the train station asking for change, or the door knocker who turns up at the most inconvenient time... do you see a person or a problem? The post Learn to Love Like JPII appeared first on Cradio.
Living the Legacy with Sister Bernadette Pike
Nov 26, 2013 Cradio
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Do you find yourself avoiding eye contact with that person in the elevator? How is it possible that we live in a world with unprecedented connectivity, yet we suffer an increasing inability to truly make connections? The post How to Ditch Distractions and Focus on Friendships appeared first on Cradio.
Living the Legacy with Sister Bernadette Pike
Nov 19, 2013 Cradio
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In the 5th episode of Living the Legacy, Sister Bernadette Pike looks at the importance of relationship in the work of evangelisation. She gives practical examples of how we can tap into other people's experiences to proclaim the Gospel. The post How You Can Lead Your Loved Ones to Christ appeared first on Cradio.
Living the Legacy with Sister Bernadette Pike
Nov 12, 2013 Cradio
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Sister Bernadette Pike explores man's call to communion, core to much of Blessed John Paul II's thinking and teaching. The post Made For Love: JPII & Our Call to Communion appeared first on Cradio.
Living the Legacy with Sister Bernadette Pike
Nov 5, 2013 Cradio
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In this third episode of Sister Bernadette's Living the Legacy series we explore Blessed John Paul II's message, 'man is the way of the Church, and Christ is the way of man'. The post Blessed John Paul II and the Study of Man appeared first on Cradio.
Living the Legacy with Sister Bernadette Pike
Oct 29, 2013 Cradio
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In this second part of the introduction to Living the Legacy we look at the context of Blessed John Paul II's theological anthropology - or simply, how Blessed John Paul II has helped us to rediscover who we are in the light of Christ. The post Who is Man, Why Should We Care? appeared first on Cradio.
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In this introductory episode of our brand new Living the Legacy series Sister Bernadette sets the scene for the contribution and charisms of Blessed John Paul II... The post A Pope for Our Times: Blessed John Paul II & Contemporary Thought appeared first on Cradio.