Living Seasons of Change

For general information on Living Seasons of Change see On the air  For information about Liturgical Seasons and Years and to find out when a particular show might air on KDUA or online in the archives of PaduaMedia.com  see A B C Liturgical Seasons .

Season of Time [Airs November 2014] covers the 31-34th Weeks–the final weeks– of Ordinary Time in Year A including All Saints Day to Christ the King.  Season of Time, with a backdrop of the end of time, considers purgatory and the need for role models. Click Season of Time for outline and references.

Season of the Greatest Commandment  [Airs October 2014] sifts through the Gospels as Jesus helps us to understand the importance of loving Him with all our heart, all our soul, and all our mind.  Season of the Greatest Commandment covers the 27-30th Weeks of Ordinary Time in Year A Click Season of the Greatest Commandment for outline and references.   

Season of Agreements [Airs September 2014] covers the 23-26th Weeks of Ordinary Time in Year A.  Season of Agreements explains Covenant and the need for us to keep our part of the bargain.  Click Season of Agreements for outline and references.         

Season of Following Jesus covers the 18-22nd Weeks of Ordinary Time in Year A.  The radio show airs August 2014 on Catholic radio KDUA.  Season of Following Jesus challenges us to listen to the quiet voice of the Lord, to go out and follow the Lord; to step out of the boat with expectant faith.  Click Season of Following Jesus   for outline and references.   

Season of Discovery covers the 14-17th Weeks of Ordinary Time in Year A.  The radio show airs July 2014 on Catholic radio KDUA.  Season of Discovery finds treasure in the parables of Jesus and revelation of the Father in Jesus.  Click Season of Discovery  for outline and references.   

Season of Apostleship covers the 9-12th Weeks of Ordinary Time in Year A.  The radio show airs June 2014 on Catholic radio KDUA.   Season of Apostleship challenges God’s people to listen to his call and prepare to be sent out as witnesses.  Click Season of Apostleship for outline and references.    

Season of Glory.  Hosted by Patti Brunner with Msgr. David LeSieur, VF, Year A. The celebrations of the Ascension, Pentecost, the Trinity and the Body and Blood of Jesus show God’s committment to our success.  See Season of Glory  for outline and references.    

Season of More. Year A. Jesus came to give us a “more abundant life”.  Covers the weeks of the Easter season.See Season of More for outline and references.         

Season of Foundation.  Hosted by Patti Brunner with Msgr. David LeSieur, VF,  Year A Solemnity of Mary, Epiphany, Baptism of Jesus, first weeks of Ordinary Time. See Season of Foundation for outline and references.   

Season of Salvation. [Airs Year A Lent April 2014] Hosted by Patti Brunner with Msgr. David LeSieur, VF,  Year A Last weeks of Lent, Holy Week, Easter, Mercy Sunday. See Season of Salvation for outline and references.       

Season of Hope.  [Airs Year A Lent March 2014] Hosted by Patti Brunner with Msgr. David LeSieur, VF,  Year A Ash Wednesday and early weeks of Lent. See Season of Hope for outline and references.    

 Season of Time, with a backdrop of the end of time, considers purgatory and the need for role models. Click ..    Season of Waiting.  Hosted by Patti Brunner with Msgr. David LeSieur, VF, [airs December 2013, 2016]  Year A Advent.  See Season of Waiting for outline and references.    

Season of the Kingdom [airs Year C, November 2013]  The Kingdom of God is breaking through.  Our king protects and nourishes us and calls us to serve in battle.  See Season of the Kingdom  for outline and references. 

Season of Faith [airs Year C, October 2013] shows how a silver thread connects healing, persistent prayer and truth.  We are shown the importance of handing on the faith to the next generations and among the nations.  See Season of Faith  for outline and references. 

Season of  Acceptance [airs September 2013] Includes six parables to understand who is accepted into the Kingdom of God read during Ordinary Time.  The parables have a multipurpose and allow for the growth that takes place in each hearer of the Word.  These Year C Gospels reveal how God accepts those who are “unacceptable” by the world’s standards.  See Season of Acceptance  for outline and references. 

Season of Treasure [airs Year C August 2013] Reveals how Jesus teaches us about tests and proper preparation.  The Gospel prepares your hearts as you head “back to school”.  Tests make us better students and help us learn more.  jesus allows tests for the same reason.  Instead of getting A’s or B’s, Jesus wants us to receive eternal life.  The Gospel educates us in dealing with our treasure, our possessions.  For outlines and references click Season of Treasure 

Season of Journey [airs Year C July 2013 on KDUA] Travel with Jesus as Peter is called to fish for men and Martha complains about her sister.  For outlines and references click Season of Journey.Season of Solemnities. [airs June 2013 Year C] Includes the feasts of the Trinity, the Body & Blood of Christ, and the Birth of John the Baptist .  See Season of Solemnities  for outline and references.Season of the Spirit [airs year C May 2013 on KDUA]  We are affected today by Easter , the Ascension  and the fulfillment of the promis of Jesus to send to us the Holy Spirit.  Christ came to earth to bring redemption, salvation and restoration of the people to God through grace.  The result: the Holy Spirit dwelling within us.  For outlines and references click Season of the Spirit . Season of Joy airs April 2013.  Easter is a season of joy and life. By his death, Christ has liberated us from sin; and by his resurrection he opens for us the way to a new life.  So many fear death as the “unknown” but as you understand the kingdom and hope in God’s merciful judgement, fear is replaced by expectation and joy.  All life centers on the resurrection of Jesus.  Click Season Of Joy   for outline and references.   Season of Repentance talks about the very powerful stories of Jesus’ transfiguration and his temptation, and the Prodigal Son. Lent is a time for us to consider our own lives; a kind of a spiritual six-week retreat before we celebrate Easter. It is the time to look inward and ask why Jesus came to begin with. He came because of sin.   Jesus himself was tempted.  He is not only our model in resisting temptation, He is also our source of strength.  The Holy Spirit brings us conversion.  For outlines and references click  Season of Repentance     Season of Sharing  God is very generous in giving for all of our needs, yet He wants us to imitate him, to reflect him, so he gives us the opportunity to satisfy the needs of others rather than doing it all himself.  In this way, we grow in the understanding of God’s love, compassion and we fulfill God’s plan of salvation.  Season of Sharing considers the various talents and gifts working together to prepare us to share our faith.  For outlines and references click  Season of Sharing  

Season of Manifestation with Msgr. David LeSieur and Patti Brunner.   The joy of Christmas is a taste of heaven, the joy of the Epiphany is a taste of salvation, the joy of the first weeks of Ordinary time is the joy of the manifestation of the power and grace and love of God manifested in the person of Jesus and the inspiration of the Holy Spirit and through the establishment of trust in God the Father.  For outlines and references click

Season of Manifestation

Season of Holiness [airs year C December 2015] This Year C Advent Living Seasons of Change program provides a fresh look at our need for holiness and how the Church responds to our need through  the Advent liturgical readings of the Mass.  How do we prepare for our encounter with our Bridegroom, Jesus? For outlines and references click Season of Holiness   

Season of Forever  The choices we make now impact eternity.  The second coming, the judgement is coming to everyone.  The scriptures of the Season of Forever make this clear.  God’s mercy gives the gift of time so that more shall choose to change their ways through Christ’s intercession and the prayers of the faithful.  The Church celebrates All Saints Day, All Souls Day and the feast of Christ the King during these last few weeks of the Church Year B.  For outlines and references click Season of Forever  Season of Vocation  God has a plan for each of His children set forth at the creation of the world.  The scriptures of this season’s liturgies cover marriage, priesthood, and the calling to serve God and fellow man through living lives devoted to the Lord.  This Living Seasons of Change program includes the 27th to the 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time.  For outlines and references click Season of Vocation  “Season of Mark of the Disciple”  Those who follow Jesus are marked by Baptism.  Christians, as “Marked Man” are targets for those who do not accept the truth.  Thus true disciples are ‘tested’ by the unbelievers—the rejecters of the kingdom.  When you walk in the Way of the Lord:  Serving, healing, with humility and justice, you might face hardship and trial but you will always receive the final recompense—eternal life within the Kingdom of God.  This Living Seasons of Change program includes the  22nd to 26th Sundays of Ordinary Time.    For outlines and references click Season of the Mark of Discipleship  and is available online.  Season of Living Bread”  We find the truth of the Living Word—the sacrifice shared; the nourishment for the journey into the kingdom, and the fullness of the Presence of God.  In John 6: 51 Jesus says, “I am the living bread which came down from heaven; if any one eats of this bread, he will live for ever; and the bread which I shall give for the life of the world is my flesh.”  Jesus gave himself for our life, and for our ongoing nourishment in the form of the Eucharist.  It is through the Eucharist that we too, can receive the same living bread made present at the Last Supper.   For outlines and references click Season of Living Bread.  and is available online.   “Season of Patterns”  The Lord lays down a pattern for us to follow through Sacred Scripture and apostolic tradition.  In this month’s Liturgy, 14-17th Weeks of Ordinary Time, we get his pattern through the prophets; not only in how they are similar but how they are different.  Our Gospels give us a blueprint of ministry to follow.  For outlines and references click Season of Patterns and is available online.  Season of Signs” discusses the signs that manifest the kingdom.  Includes Trinity Sunday, the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Jesus and the 12th and 13th Sundays of Ordinary Time.    For outlines and references click Season of Signs.    “Season of Power” takes us from the 4th Sunday of Easter to Pentecost.  The Season of Power reveals the manifested power given by Christ through the authority of his name and the gift of the Holy Spirit.  As Jesus ascends to the Father He sends us the Holy Spirit that we might be one with him and the Father.   Msgr. David LeSieur and Patti Brunner discuss how the signs of believers show God’s power and a conversion of heart.   Click  Season of Power for outline and references.     “Season of Witness” takes us from Palm Sunday through Holy Week and Easter past Mercy Sunday.  During Easter, the Passion and Holy Week we witness redemption, transformation, Eucharist and sacrifice.  Msgr. David LeSieur and Patti Brunner discuss how we as witnesses and disciples now act and respond to the truth.  Click Season of Witness for outline and references.                       Season of Cross Purposes covers the first five weeks of Lent of Year B.  This show makes clear the purpose of the cross, the suffering and death of Christ.  Msgr. David LeSieur and Patti Brunner will take each gospel at face value and connect the readings from Paul settling in on their specific message of the sacrifice. The Living Seasons of Change “Season of Cross Purposes” takes us from Ash Wednesday to Palm Sunday.   Click Season of Cross Purposes  for outline and references.                  covers the first five weeks of Lent of Year B.  This show makes clear the purpose of the cross, the suffering and death of Christ.  Msgr. David LeSieur and Patti Brunner will take each gospel at face value and connect the readings from Paul settling in on their specific message of the sacrifice. The Living Seasons of Change “Season of Cross Purposes” takes us from Ash Wednesday to Palm Sunday.   Click   for outline and references.          Season of Traveling with Jesus covers the fourth through the seventh weeks of Ordinary Time of Year B.  Traveling with Jesus takes you on a short journey that can last a lifetime. Monsignor David LeSieur, VF, and Patti Brunner discuss how the Lord chose to spend his days as he lives the kingdom life, teaching, healing, praying and moving on.  Click Season of Traveling with Jesus for outline and references.                 covers the first five weeks of Lent of Year B.  This show makes clear the purpose of the cross, the suffering and death of Christ.  Msgr. David LeSieur and Patti Brunner will take each gospel at face value and connect the readings from Paul settling in on their specific message of the sacrifice. The Living Seasons of Change “Season of Cross Purposes” takes us from Ash Wednesday to Palm Sunday.   Click   for outline and references.         covers the fourth through the seventh weeks of Ordinary Time of Year B.  Traveling with Jesus takes you on a short journey that can last a lifetime. Monsignor David LeSieur, VF, and Patti Brunner discuss how the Lord chose to spend his days as he lives the kingdom life, teaching, healing, praying and moving on.  Click  for outline and references.      Season of New Beginning covers the four weeks of the Epiphany and beginning of Ordinary Time of Year B.  Season of New Beginning calls us to return to the Lord for a “do-over”  As we celebrate the beginning of Jesus’ life on earth we are attracted by His overwhelming love.  Click Season of New Beginning  for outline and references.      Season of Preparation covers the four weeks of Advent and Christmas of Year B.  Season of Preparation, prepares us for the whole year of hearing and accepting the Good News of Jesus.  John the Baptist is key as the voice who paves the way and Mary gives witness to God’s preparation.  Click Season of Preparation  for outline and references. covers the four weeks of Advent and Christmas of Year B.  Season of Preparation, prepares us for the whole year of hearing and accepting the Good News of Jesus.  John the Baptist is key as the voice who paves the way and Mary gives witness to God’s preparation.  Click   for outline and references.   covers the four weeks of Advent and Christmas of Year B.  Season of Preparation, prepares us for the whole year of hearing and accepting the Good News of Jesus.  John the Baptist is key as the voice who paves the way and Mary gives witness to God’s preparation.  Click   for outline and references.   covers the 31-34th Weeks of Ordinary Time in Year A including All Saints Day to Christ the King.