Mary and the Holy Spirit in Scripture - Fr. George Montague
Foreshadowed in the Old Testament, Mary collaborates with the Holy Spirit to bring Jesus to the world -- then and now. This episode is presented by Fr. George Montague, SM.You can find more talks by Fr. George Montague, SM and others at SCRC's Online Store at SCRC.org/OnlineStore .
I Can Do All Things in Him Who Strengthens Me - Fr. George Montague
The strength of God allows us to accomplish so much that is beyond our ordinary capability. In this episode, Fr. George Montague, S.M. discusses this strength and avoiding what blocks us from experiencing the full power of God in our lives.Visit SCRC.org/podcast for more episodes or SCRC.org/OnlineStore for more talks by Fr. George Montague, S.M.
The Holy Spirit Sets Us Free - Fr. George Montague
In this episode, Fr. George Montague, S.M. explains how Jesus, through his death and resurrection, bought our freedom from death and sin. And it is through the Holy Spirit that we can claim this freedom fully.Fr. George Montague, S.M. is a Marianist priest, author, and teacher.Visit SCRC.org/podcast for more episodes or SCRC.org/OnlineStore for more talks by Fr. George Montague, S.M.
George Montague is 95-years-old, he’s the self proclaimed ‘Oldest Gay in the Village’ and he has a book by the same name. If you've been to Brighton Pride you might have seen him because every year he leads the parade in his mobility scooter. George has spent the past few years campaigning to the government to apologise for giving him a criminal conviction for being gay. You can find his apology from the Home Office, along with photos of George on the Instagram page @QueerMargins and on Facebook.He’s been married, he’s been convicted for being gay, he’s almost 100, he says he's the 'happiest, old gay guy in the world' and he’s seen it all.
Episode 11 - George Montague, Sophie Cook and Dr McGinn
Politics On Fubar
It’s been 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality. Politics on FUBAR is commemorating the anniversary by discussing LGBTQ+ rights. The New Statesman’s Jonn Elledge speaks to Sophie Cook, the Labour Parliamentary candidate for East Worthing & Shoreham in the 2017 General Election. If she had been successful, she would have been the first openly transgender MP in the UK.
He also interviews Dr Christine McGinn, an ex-Navy surgeon who is offering free surgery for transgender military patients.
The show includes appearances from George Montague, Jasmine Andersson, Josh Jackman and Ferhan Khan. It is rounded up with James Corden’s version of LGBT, as performed on The Late Late Show.