Knight Moves – Virgin Most Powerful Radio

Knight Moves – Virgin Most Powerful Radio

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28 Nov 22 – Encore: Happy New Year!

Today’s Topics: Knight Moves discusses the Liturgical New Year 1) Greg and Mark introduce the Liturgical Calendar and how it derived from both the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the Holy Bible. The Liturgical Calendar follows the birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesu ...  Show more

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28 Nov 22 – Encore: Happy New Year!

Today’s Topics: Knight Moves discusses the Liturgical New Year 1) Greg and Mark introduce the Liturgical Calendar and how it derived from both the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the Holy Bible. The Liturgical Calendar follows the birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesu ...  Show more

21 Nov 22 – Encore: Viva Cristo Rey! Long Live Christ the King!

Today’s Topics: The initiation and meaning of the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe 1) The Catechism of the Catholic Church #668 states, “Christ is Lord of the cosmos and of history,” 2) In the midst of the rise of Socialism and Communism in the world, Pius ...  Show more

14 Nov 22 – Redemptive Suffering with Emmanuel Villalpando

Today’s Topics: 1) In this episode, we discuss redemptive suffering and the benefits of uniting our suffering with Christ crucified. 2) Emmanuel Villalpando is introduced and tells us about his journey, so far, in the Catholic faith. This journey has led him through many highs an ...  Show more

07 Nov 22 – The Communion of Saints with Thomas Rudkins

Today’s Topics: 1) The show opens with a brief discussion on the Communion of Saints and how we as the Church Militant work in concert with the intercession of the Church Triumphant for the souls in Purgatory, known as the Church Penitent, 2) In this segment, brother Knight, Thom ...  Show more

31 Oct 22 – The Holy Rosary

Today’s Topics: 1) The word Rosary comes for the Old Latin “rosarium” which means “garden or crown of roses.” Our Lady told Saint Dominic, that every time someone says the “Hail Mary” they give her a rose but when they recite a full Rosary, “they give her a crown of roses,” 2) In ...  Show more