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RADIO PROGRAMMES

Muffin Talk

Please use the page below to view and listen to our very own 'Muffin Talk' radio programme.
The current interviews and pictures of guests are also available on our Facebook page. 

Listen to some snippets here:

Snippets 2017 (pictures of guests)

Snippets 2018 (pictures of guests)

RADIO INTERVIEW TIMETABLE:

06 Dec - 13 Dec 2019: Emma Kruse Va'ai (Education in Samoa)

13 Dec - 20 Dec 2019: Rev Josh Jones (Musician & Vicar)

20 Dec - 10 Jan 2020: Snippets 2019

10 Jan - 17 Jan 2020: Sr Gemma Wilson sm (Talitha Kum)

17 Jan - 24 Jan 2020: Imaam Muhammed Shaakir (Role of Imaam)

Interviews on Muffin Talk available below (click on archive)

Plus more available on request at info@mercyspiritualitycentre.org.nz

Rev Josh Jones, who used to be a professional musician is today the Co-Vicar of St George's Anglican Church in Epsom. Listen to his amazing story and the background of his new Christmas song 'This is the Day (Te Rangimarie)' in response to the Christchurch shootings in March.
Here is the link to his video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KzgkIMXqxY

The late Sr Isabelle Harding sm shares her experience of growing up in Hokianga in the 1940s...A remote area with most Catholics being Maori, she has always been close to Tangata Whenua. She has published two books in which she describes her childhood in the Far North by means of stories, poems, reflections and prayers

Emma Kruse Va'ai. Emma is a Samoan chief, writer and educator in Samoa. Her matai chief title is Letuimanu’asina. In this interview she tells us more about her journey as an educator, writer, administrator/ education leader in Samoa.

Bishop Patrick Dunn, the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Auckland shares his experiences after a trip to Rome for the Ad Limina Visit, in which all Catholic Bishops of Auckland met with Pope Francis

Muffin Talks 2019 - Snippets
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