We should always do our best to look forward, not backward. But, the truth is, some things in our past continue to pester us into the future. On Thursday, let’s talk about this, and how we can best move beyond the things we might wish to change in our past.
An experience that many, if not most, of us will one day have is distributing the belongings of a loved one who passes away. This can bring with it a wide range of emotions, and can be a challenge, a blessing, or anything in between. Join us as we talk about this on Wednesday.Also heard on Catholic Radio.
As Catholics, we have the abundant graces that flow from the seven sacraments. But the church also recognizes that graces can come through the use of holy water and other sacramentals. How much do you use them? We’ll talk about that on Tuesday.Also heard on Catholic Radio
We like to start each month with one of our popular prayer shows. On Monday, join us and let the entire Take 2 Family around the world pray with you for your important intentions. You can call us at 833-288-3986 or submit your prayer intentions to the Prayer Book here: https://take2show.com/take-2-prayer-book/Also Heard on Catholic Radio.
Friday, we’ll present our monthly Unscripted show. That means you bring the topics of conversation. Don’t forget to join us!
If you’ve ever lost someone to at their own hand, what does that mean for them eternally? Today we are getting the answers. Father Chris Alar, MIC, is the Provincial Superior of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of Mercy Province of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception in the United States and Argentina. He wrote and produced the popular “Divine Mercy 101” and “Explaining the Faith” DVD series and is the author of the bestselling books After Suicide: There’s Hope for Them and for You, as well as Understanding Divine Mercy. He is host of the EWTN show Living Divine Mercy, which airs on Wednesdays, 6:30 pm EST. He serves as “Fr. Joseph, MIC,” the director of the Association of Marian Helpers and is the head of Marian Press, located on the grounds of the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.Also heard on Catholic Radio.
One can travel around the country, even around the world, and every city or region seems to be known for a special or different kind of food/beverage that makes their area unique. Some parts of the country claim to be experts in certain types of food. Share with us on Tuesday, about where you live and what food represents your part of the country. 1-833-288-3986
We occasionally have listeners tell us that they came across some sort of blessed holy items at thrift stores, swap meets and yard sales. While it’s usually out of ignorance, those selling these things likely don’t know the spiritual worth of them. So, people who know – like you – “rescue” them by buying them and giving them a good home. Have you ever done this? Join us and tell us about it on Monday.Also heard on Catholic Radio.
It’s The Feast of St. Pio of Pietrelcina (Padre Pio) St. Pio – Padre Pio – is remembered for his suffering, humility and miracles. He first received the stigmata while praying before a cross in 1918. The wounds stayed with him for 50 years – the remainder of his life. He was also blessed with the ability to bilocate, levitate and heal simply with his touch. In the 1920’s he started a series of prayer groups which are now number over 400,000 members worldwide; in 1956 he founded the House for the Relief of Suffering. He suffered greatly in his life, but at his death, he wounds were healed. Beatified by Pope John Paul II in 1999, he canonized him in 2002. Share your loyalty on this feast day at 833-288-3986.
Praying to the Powerhouse 7: Saint Michael, the Archangel Saint Teresa of Calcutta, Mother Angelica, our Lady of Fatima, Saint Padre Piao, Saint Joseph, and blessed Carlo Acutis pray for all of us and our listeners AmenAlso heard on Catholic Radio.
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