We’re going to end the week with a conversation about our favorite high school memories. Be sure to tune in and share the memory that stands out the most for you.
Unfortunately, tragedy strikes communities on a daily basis. A school bus carrying players and cheerleaders skids off the road, leaving many dead or injured. A child goes missing, and a frantic search ensues. A tornado touches down, leaving a trail of wreckage. Has tragedy affected your local community? That’s what we’ll talk about on Thursday.
We live at a time in history when heroes are badly needed. This is especially true in the family. Is there someone you can point to in your family as a real hero? Share with us who that is on Wednesday’s show.
With so much going on in the world today – a great deal of it evil – it’s good now and then to ponder why it is we’re grateful to be Catholic. That’s what we’ll talk about on Tuesday. Not in a triumphalistic way, but in a matter-of-fact way that gives all the glory to God.
Just about everyone, at some point, decides to make someone they love the focus of their daily prayers. It could be a spouse, a child, a friend, a neighbor, a co-worker. It’s someone you feel compelled to make your “personal prayer project,” in the hope that God will lead them on the right path. On Monday, share who that person is for you.
Loneliness can be extremely difficult to deal with. For an increasing number of people, things have gotten worse since the COVID pandemic broke out. On Friday, plan to tune in and participate if you struggle with loneliness. This is a topic that was suggested by a listener named Valerie.
Thursday is the Feast of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary. After the Sacrifice of the Mass, the Rosary is the most powerful spiritual weapon we have. We should make it a part of our daily prayer lives. Let’s talk about this and have an inspiring, edifying conversation about what the Rosary means to you!
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Share with us on Tuesday’s show, who it is you admire in the Entertainment world and why? 1-833-288-3986
The Feast of St. Francis of Assisi is Monday and so we are talking about being peacemakers. Share with us on Take 2 how you help to bring peace into any and all situations. Call us at, 1-833-288-3986.