Archive for the ‘Air Traffic Controller’ Category
In this episode of Just A Catholic Dad, a few finger errors as I try to get my head around my new digital cart player, the story of an Alaskan hero, a touche of Déjà vu, the Ordinariate on the back doorstep, the challenges of teaching people to control airplanes, more on Caitie-carrying and ‘The Conversation’.
The Story of Balto – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balto
Chicago O’Hare Controller Incidents – http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/ct-met-ohare-controller-errors-0302-20110301,0,2382235.story
Dan Smrokowski’s podcast – www.specialchronicles.com
This week’s 60 Second Saint is Saint Maud. More information from http://www.catholic-saints.info/roman-catholic-saints-m-r/saint-maud.htm
Suzanne Gonsalves’ website ’6 Degrees of John Paul II’ can be found at http://6degreesofjp2.blogspot.com’
Billy Newton’s great blog can be found at http://theblogofthecourtier.blogspot.com/
End music ‘River To An Ocean’ by Cassandra Kubinski, available from Music Alley.
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Have a great week,
On the Eunice and Owen Johns Case, further information is available here: http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/commentandblogs/2011/03/02/the-eu-has-made-its-secularism-clear-is-that-now-what-the-judges-have-done-for-the-uk/
For Billy Newton’s Blog entry on feedback, see ‘Apples and Oranges’ at: http://theblogofthecourtier.blogspot.com/
Today’s Sixty Second Saints are St Romanus and St Lupicinus. If you’d like to send a 60 Second Saint, I’d love to get it – either in about 230 words or via an MP3 file (love the former, adore the latter!), just email it to the feedback address.
End Music ‘It Happens on a Saturday’ by Greg Bratton.
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There’ll be no Just A CAtholic Dad next week due to work commitments (pesky pilots!)
Hi Everybody! Hope that your Advent is leading very nicely through Office Parties and into Christmas! Pat Denny wisely pointed out that if I wanted people to have a go at writing or recording a 60 Second Saint, a list of those saints already covered was probably a good idea! So, so far, we’ve had….
St Seraphia, St Rosalia, St Laurence Justinian, St Wilfrida of Wilton, St Hubert, St Albert Magnus, St John of The Cross, St John of Damascus and St Lucy. Remember – 230 words is about a minute at Sean Warp Factor 10 reading speed! So, either send me a ‘script’ or, even better, an MP3! Don’t worry about the music or if it’s a little over or under 60 seconds – I can use the magic of modern computery wizardness to fix that!
I’m going to try to record a Just A Catholic Dad tomorrow morning, but time is against me, so wish me luck!
This podcast was produced with yet another stinking cold, runny nose and hacking cough and brought to you only by the relief given by Wychwood Goliath Beer.
In this episode: It Happened Today, No Longer A Governor, Deanery Magazine Issues. The Church Of England – The Spirit of The Nation? and more feedback.
60 Second Saint – St John of The Cross
Nimrod from Elgar’s Variations played by the Band of Davis High School 2008.
You can find Dan Smrokowski and The Special Chronicles Podcast at www.dansmrokowski.com.
Daniele Rossi’s podcast and other resources can be found at www.stutteringiscool.com
Many, many thanks to Daniel, Pat, Neil, Daniele and Trese for their feedback. Please send your comments, ideas, criticisms and general tomfoolery to email@example.com, or leave a comment at justacatholicdad.wordpress.com.
End Music Name Above All by Simply Praise, available through www.musicalley.com
Many thanks for listening,
Hi Everybody – good of you to join me again in another foray into faith, fatherhood and air traffic control!
In this episode, the cheese slice, ‘On This Day’, how to get on to a runway safely (recorded on location!), Catholic News, Leanne Loves Pink, The Write Of The Mac (there’s a song in there somewhere), missing Mass, Children’s Liturgy?, Catholic Weekend, More on Church Schools & Catholic News. All in 40 minutes!
Background Music may be too loud on runway incursion segment, if so, please forgive and let me know.
End Music, Navegando by Alex Guedes, available from www.musicalley.com
Tomorrow is the audit of my airport ATC Unit’s Local Competency Scheme by the UK ATC Regulator – the Safety Regulation Group. Tomorrow, some unfortunate will have to control whilst being assessed by a Unit Competency Examiner being assessed by an SRG Inspector. “Now don’t forget, it’s the UCE being assessed, not you…” Yeah Right. No pressure!
‘Three Pious Practices for Every Devout Catholic’ www.boston-catholic-journal.com
Links to Great Websites/Podcasts:
Cap’t Jeff’s ‘Catholic Pilot’ and ‘Catholic Weekend’ from www.sqpn.com or through iTunes.
Ian Maxfield’s ‘The Catholic Laboratory’ www.catholiclab.net
Sean McGaughey’s ‘http://catholicroundup.com‘
End Music ‘Billboard For The Lord’ by Country Drive, available from www.musicalley.com
Thank you once again for listening in. Please send your feedback – email or MP3 to firstname.lastname@example.org . Find me on Twitter at seanmccarney, or go to my blog at justacatholicdad.wordpress.com.
Sorry for the delay! In JustACatholicDad 18; family update, choosing a school and the Domestic Church and spreading my podcasting wings. With some kind comments and feedback from Captain Jeff, Ian Maxfield and Maddie Hall.
End music by Porch Light, available through Music Alley.
Try these great podcasts:
Catholic Pilot (available through http://catholicpilot.com/ www.sqpn.com & iTunes)
Catholic Weekend (available through www.sqpn.com & iTunes)
The Catholic Laboratory with Ian Maxfield (http://www.catholiclab.net/TheCatholicLaboratory/Home.html)
Thank you to these great Catholic Podcasters for their podcasts, their encouragement and their support. Cheers guys.
If you have any feedback, I would dearly love to read/hear it. Please leave a comment here or contact me at email@example.com.
See you next week back in the Study-O and sans cold (hopefully).
Thinking about it, that’s a good title for the next JACD…if I can somehow engineer the content to fit! Sorry for no JACD 18 this week, but all my bumpers (and just about everything else) are lost in the cybervoid due to my Network Drive imploding! I’m slowly retrieveng everything, but due to time I’m nor going to get the chance to record this week. School vacation next week is also going to place a spanner in the works, so please bear with me.
In the meantime, if you have any feedback, I would dearly love to read/hear/eat it (prizes to the first who figures out how to do that one!). Please leave a comment here or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sean & Caitie