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Jesuits and friends come together to look at the world through Ignatian eyes, always striving to live Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam -- For the Greater Glory of God. Hosted by Mike Jordan Laskey and guest host Eric Clayton. Learn more at jesuits.org. A production of the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States.
 
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Explore the field of post-acute and long-term care, with expert interviews, journal article reviews, innovations news, and more. Statements made by guests on this podcast are their own opinions and are not necessarily the positions of the Society. Speakers’ appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them, their views, or any entity they represent.
 
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Amateur Hour explores the weird and wonderful world of amateur dramatics - the highs and lows, and everything in between. We'll be speaking to people from all across the country, from groups of all shapes and sizes, finding out what makes them tick, and why we put so much time and effort into entertaining the public. We want this podcast to bring together the amdram community, no matter how expensive your tickets are, how flashy your sets look, and how good your interval refreshments are. No ...
 
All the CPUs of this list are almost the same, all are only differed by the clock speed which generally affected there performance. AMD FX-9590 seemed to score the highest benchmark score of 10190 followed by FX-9370 with 9447 scores, FX-9370 with 9036 scores and so on. FX-9590 is the only one to reach the turbo boost frequency of 5.0 GHz which is massive but it is also power hungry. AMD FX-9590 is the best CPU of AMD FX series with the highest performance. Although if you are going to consi ...
 
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Growing up in an abusive household, Isaac Sneed wasn’t allowed to have friends. He learned to fend for himself. As an adult, he kept people at arm’s length. For years, he struggled with substance abuse and, at times, lived on the streets. While staying in a homeless shelter, he began attending reflection circles with Ignatian Spirituality Project (…
 
This week on AMDG, we're bringing you a special cross-over episode from our colleagues at the Jesuit Border Podcast. Hosted by two Jesuits, Fathers Brian Strassburger and Louie Hotop, this podcast explores the Catholic response to humanitarian needs on the U.S.-Mexico Border. Since the summer of 2021, Louie and Brian have been working in the Rio Gr…
 
Christmas is a weird time of year. No other season is such a potent combination of stuff happening. You have family traditions and maybe drama…definitely a whole lot of feelings. There’s consumerism and anti-consumerism. Heck there’s a whole soundtrack we share and bicker over. Plus, for Catholics and other Christians, there's the whole Jesus as Go…
 
Questions? Email Alex at abardakh@paltc.org No credit is available for this program. References: President Signs Bill That Will Stop Cuts to Medicare Physician Payments Payment Cuts, Nursing Facility Clinician Affiliations Part of CMS’ CY2022 Physician Fee Schedule Final Rule Changes to Nursing Home Visitation COVID-19 (Revised) and COVID-19 Survey…
 
Featuring Dr. Philip Sloane, Dr. Mallory Brown This podcast will spotlight articles from the December, 2021 issue of JAMDA - the Journal of the Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine. Dr. Sloane is a family physician and geriatrician with a master's degree in public health. He is the Elizabeth and Oscar Goodwin distinguished professor o…
 
Acclaimed memoirist and poet Mary Karr joined the Jesuit Book Club to talk about her most recent poetry collection, "Tropic of Squalor." The Zoom gathering turned into a deep spiritual conversation, full of Mary's sharp insight and humor. We hadn't planned on running the book club meeting as an AMDG podcast, but it was too good not to share.Learn m…
 
Fr. Brian Paulson, SJ, began his ministry as president of the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States in September. He comes to us in DC after seven years as the provincial of the USA Midwest Province, headquartered in Chicago. Fr. Brian talked to host Mike Jordan Laskey a bit about Advent and this period of transition for him, plus Fr. B…
 
Why do some "secular" music or art experiences feel sacred? Guest Tom Beaudoin, Ph.D., is a theology professor at Fordham University has spent a lot of his career exploring this question. He joins host Mike Jordan Laskey to talk about encountering the divine in music, plus a conversation on Tom's new research project on the effects the ancient Pant…
 
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Thanksgiving is a time of tradition. How we celebrate the holiday today probably has a lot to do with how we celebrated the holiday growing up. The foods we place on the table. The special napkins we pull out of the closet. The signature cocktail we serve our guests. The dessert – pies and brownies and more. Take a moment: How much of your Thanksgi…
 
Featuring Dr. Philip Sloane, Dr. Mallory Brown This podcast will spotlight articles from the November, 2021 issue of JAMDA - the Journal of the Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine. Dr. Sloane is a family physician and geriatrician with a master's degree in public health. He is the Elizabeth and Oscar Goodwin distinguished professor o…
 
Today's episode is about storytelling, imagination and prayer -- three things St. Ignatius of Loyola saw as interconnected.Fr. Bill Cain, SJ, has a rather intimidating bio: He’s a Peabody and Writers’ Guild award winning screenwriter who has worked on several films and television shows, including Nothing Sacred, Thicker Than Blood, and more. His wo…
 
Last month, Pope Francis officially launched a two-year process of reflection and listening called a Synod of Bishops. Synods bring church leaders together to discuss and act on important topics related to the life of faith, and this edition is about the concept of synodality itself. Synodality is a big, obscure word, and our guest, Sr. Nathalie Be…
 
The early days of November give us ample opportunity to celebrate holy women and men. November 1st is All Saints’ Day; November 2nd is All Souls Day. And November 5th is the Feast of All Saints and Blessed of the Society of Jesus.But how many Jesuit saints do you really know? If you went to a Jesuit school, you can probably name a few – maybe you l…
 
The sculpture looks so much like a homeless man, people have called the cops on it. It’s a life-size sculpture of a person huddled under a blanket on a park bench. Get close to the artwork in any cities that have a copy of it, like Toronto or Rome, and look at the feet. You’ll find two wounds carved into the bronze, the only signs that the person s…
 
Hosted by: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD Our learning objectives for this session were: This session will be high impact, high yield, and will focus on the following Learning Objectives: 1. Provide an overview of current state of the state for the COVID-19 pandemic with discussion of clinical trends and metrics. 2. Discuss recent literature and cli…
 
Jesuit-educated actress Siobhan Fallon Hogan has had an incredibly busy acting career over the last three decades, from appearing in Saturday Night Live and Seinfeld in the early 1990s to roles in movies like Forrest Gump, Men in Black and the Lars Von Trier musical drama Dancer in the Dark. Most recently, she made her screenwriting debut with a mo…
 
Featuring Dr. Philip Sloane, Dr. Mallory Brown This podcast will spotlight articles from the October, 2021 issue of JAMDA - the Journal of the Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine. Dr. Sloane is a family physician and geriatrician with a master's degree in public health. He is the Elizabeth and Oscar Goodwin distinguished professor of…
 
The National Basketball Association season starts next week. If you flip on a marquee matchup on ESPN or ABC sometime this fall, you’ll probably hear the voice of today's guest: play-by-play announcer Mike Breen. Mike is widely regarded as one of the best announcers in the world in any sport. He informs without overexplaining. He shows excitement a…
 
Dr. Watson is a board certified adult and geriatric psychiatrist with a lifelong commitment to caring for vulnerable populations, and two decades of academic and leadership experience. Her passion is creating a culture of appropriate psychotropic prescribing in long-term care settings to achieve quality outcomes for all stakeholders. She prioritize…
 
"Every child matters," reads Rosella Kinoshameg's fluorescent orange tee-shirt. The shirt is part of a national movement to recognize the harmful history of Indigenous residential schools in Canada. Rosella's shirt commemorates the thousands of children who were compelled to attend these schools, where practicing Indigenous cultures or languages wa…
 
Special Guest: Swati Gaur, MD, MBA, CMD, AGSF Hosted by: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD Our learning objectives for this session were: 1. Discuss the current guidance and clinical research surrounding 3rd shots/boosters. 2. Unpack the ethical considerations associated with boosters. 3. Identify how we in the in PALTC community should be approaching …
 
Today’s guest might make you reexamine everything you think you know about the current state of the Catholic Church in the USA.Fr. Tom Gaunt, SJ, is a Jesuit priest and the executive director of the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate (CARA). Since it was founded in 1964, CARA has conducted hundreds of social science studies of the Cathol…
 
Featuring Dr. Philip Sloane, Dr. Mallory Brown, Dr. Naushira Pandya This podcast will spotlight articles from the September, 2021 issue of JAMDA - the Journal of the Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine. Dr. Sloane is a family physician and geriatrician with a master's degree in public health. He is the Elizabeth and Oscar Goodwin dis…
 
Questions? Email Alex at abardakh@paltc.org References: COVID-19 Resource Page COVID-19 Vaccine Toolkit Elderly and immunocompromised Marylanders are now eligible for COVID-19 booster shots CDC to Invest $2.1 Billion to Protect Patients and Health-Care Workers from COVID-19, Including Strike Force Teams in PALTC Settings Drive to Deprescribe Healin…
 
During this Ignatian Year—this 500th anniversary of the conversion of St. Ignatius—a lot has been said about “cannonball moments.” The phrase comes from Ignatius’ own life story: he’s struck in the leg by a cannonball at the Battle of Pamplona. It’s that injury and its subsequent, painful recovery that confines Ignatius to bed and ultimately presen…
 
There’s a series of Star Wars books called From A Certain Point of View. Two have been released to date, each to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Star Wars: A New Hope and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, respectively. Each book contains 40 short stories from 40 different authors assuming the perspective of 40 different, minor characters from t…
 
Back in the innocent days of February 2020, host Mike Jordan Laskey sent a Twitter message to author Nick Ripatrazone in reply to a tweet Nick posted about reading the Graham Greene novel "The Power and the Glory" for Lent, which is something he does every year. What if we invited others to read along with us and talk about it online? Mike asked. N…
 
Nobody in the history of swimming has been as good at freestyle as our guest today is. Katie Ledecky is the literal GOAT (Greatest Of All Time), as she is the world record holder in the women's 400-, 800-and 1500-meter freestyle. (If you're an American who prefers yards to meters, Katie also has the fastest-ever times in the women's 500-, 1000-, 15…
 
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