AFFL #030 Summertime!

After missing all of July – we’re back! We talk 4th of July, Adam’s birthday, a mission trip to San Francisco and the Oregon Coast. We share our reviews for Inside Out, San Andreas, Terminator Genisys, Ant-Man, and the Apple Watch. We talk about the SCOTUS decision on gay marriage and discuss Planned Parenthood selling babies organs. Summertime means that there’s been a lot going on – join us on the show as we catch up!

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  1 comment for “AFFL #030 Summertime!

  1. Jaime A Sotelo
    August 29, 2015 at 4:29 AM

    Dear friends – Adam, Missy, Logan, Ethan, and Seth Crawford,

    I have found out on Sunday, 23 August 2015, that an ex-alumnus at the High School I attended in the Philippines, has been declared “Blessed” by the Holy Catholic Church!

    What a joy and great emotion I have felt when I found out about this – a co-alumnus of mine, declared a Saint in the True Church! His name is Blessed Jose Maria Sanz-Orozco, a Franciscan Friar, and the son of the last Spanish Mayor of Manila, Eugenio Sanz-Orozco. He went to the Ateneo de Manila, a Jesuit School (when the Jesuits were still Catholic).

    When he turned 16 years old, he travelled to Spain to further his studies. In Spain, he entered the Franciscan Order and was ordained a Catholic Priest. When he was about to return to the Philippines, as was his intention, to serve as a Priest in the Philippines (where he was also born – in Manila), he was caught up in the Spanish Civil War, which broke out in the 1930s.

    The Ateneo de Manila is the same Jesuit School I went to, although in Cebu City, Philippines (Sacred Heart School, run by the same Jesuit Priests from Manila). Blessed Jose Maria de Manila, as he is known, was martyred during the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s.

    His last words before his execution, were “Viva Cristo Rey”!

    Blessed Jose Maria Sanz-Orozco, pray for us!

    (You may reply to me, on “jaime@froggy.com.au”.)

    God Bless.

    Jaime A Sotelo

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