The Right Side Up with Noemi Chavez and Ana Hernandez
The Danielle Strickland Podcast
“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.” Matthew 5:9What does the term peacemaking mean to you? Noemi Chavez, pastor at Revive Church and co-founder of Brave Global, turns to listen and learn from Ana Hernandez. Ana is a peacemaking volunteer, or as she likes to call it: ‘a facilitator of peace’, for World Vision in one of the most violent communities in Honduras. Tune in to hear Ana's story about witnessing the power of forgiveness amidst gang violence.Find videos for this episode and previous episodes atdaniellestrickland.com/resourcesLearn more about Noemi Chavezlifeatrevive.combraveglobal.orgLearn more about World Vision’s work in Hondurasworldvision.org/our-work/country-profiles/hondurasLearn about Danielle’s The Creative Way Down course atinfinitumlife.teachable.comYou can also join Danielle and World Vision by bringing the Matthew 2 Challenge to your church. This is a week-long discipleship experience that invites families and individuals out of their comfort zones through daily sacrificial challenges - bringing to life Jesus’ call in Matthew 25. Learn more at worldvision.org/rightsideup
Under the name Las Saboritas, Ana Hernandez Blackstad and Alison Maciejewski have done over 300 Twitter reviews of Prague restaurants in recent years. Here the former discusses how the city’s dining scene is being impacted by the coronavirus crisis.
52: What Makes Feminism Evil with Emily Alcaraz and Ana Hernandez
I speak with two young Catholic women about Feminism. How to overcome feminism? What makes Feminism evil? What makes feminism so dangerous to a happy life?Check out Emily's Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZMeGe56DtLuhSPBDy0sDOQ The same false teachers who try to dim the luster of conjugal faith and purity do not scruple to do away with the honorable and trusting obedience which the woman owes to the man. Many of them even go further and assert that such a subjection of one party to the other is unworthy of human dignity, that the rights of husband and wife are equal; wherefore, they boldly proclaim the emancipation of women has been or ought to be effected. This emancipation in their ideas must be threefold, in the ruling of the domestic society, in the administration of family affairs and in the rearing of the children. …This, however, is not the true emancipation of woman, nor that rational and exalted liberty which belongs to the noble office of a Christian woman and wife; it is rather the debasing of the womanly character and the dignity of motherhood, and indeed of the whole family, as a result of which the husband suffers the loss of his wife, the children of their mother, and the home and the whole family of an ever watchful guardian. More than this, this false liberty and unnatural equality with the husband is to the detriment of the woman herself, for if the woman descends from her truly regal throne to which she has been raised within the walls of the home by means of the Gospel, she will soon be reduced to the old state of slavery (if not in appearance, certainly in reality) and become as amongst the pagans the mere instrument of man (Casti Cannubii, §§74–75).Papal Encyclicals relating to Feminism or the Role of Women or relatedPapal Encyclicals:Casti Connubii Encyclical Of Pope Pius XI On Christian MarriageA Papal Decree Concerning Modesty His Holiness Pope Pius Xi 12 January 1930Sacra Propediem Encyclical Of Pope Benedict XV Paragraph 19On the Doctrine of the Modernists Pope Pius X - 1907Address to Midwives on the Nature of Their Profession Pope Pius XII - 1951Papal Directives For The Woman Of Today Pope Pius XII - 1947Contact Me:Email: FonsecaProduction@gmail.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Catholic-Conversations-293620534878287/Twitter: @ffonzeInstagram: @ffonzeWebsite: http://catholicconversations.buzzsprout.com/
Ana Hernandez, Program Coordinator of Girasol, explains how trauma can form part of the migrant experience, details life inside local detention centers, and shares insights from her experience as a social worker with migrants. // Ana Hernadez, Coordinadora de Girasol, explica cómo el trauma forma parte de la experiencia migrante, detalla la vida dentro de centros locales de detención, y comparte sus experiencias como trabajadora social con la comunidad inmigrante.
Ana Hernandez shares her experience about the Springboard UX/UI intensive bootcamp. Her journey to ux starts as career counselor and student coordinator in university setting, to becoming a mother, and finally to embarking on a journey into UX. She uses her experience as a mother for inspiration for her first design project at Springboard. She also links her understanding of art history to a creative application of design thinking. Tune in to learn more and get to know Ana Hernandez!
Voices United - Season 3 - Episode 3 - Ana Hernandez
Voices United: A Congregational Song Podcast
Season 3 of Voices United, A Congregational Song Podcast includes interviews with acclaimed hymn writers, editors of a recent bilingual Spanish/English hymnal, and congregational song scholars. Hosted by music professor and composer Ben Brody.
Check out this interview with Ana Hernandez, a teacher at Orangethorpe Elementary School. We discuss family, her career path to education, robotics, and her passion to provide new and meaningful experiences to all students.