Our monthly Unscripted is very popular with the Take 2 family. It is an open forum, where folks ask us anything, share from their hearts and comment on past topics. We even get callers that want to suggest ideas for future shows. It always turns out to be a great show, so please feel free to call in. 1-833-288-3986
The sin of pride goes all the way back to the creation of man and woman. The angels were tested as well, and those who would not serve God based that unfortunate decision on pride. There is a healthy form of pride, like being “proud” to be a Catholic. That is quite different from the dangerous type of pride that leads people to do all sorts of horrible things. Is there a rise in pridefulness in our world today? Share your thoughts and insights on Thursday’s broadcast.
Lulu sent in St. Teresa of Calcutta’s ways of staying humble:
Speak as little as possible about yourself.
Keep busy with your own affairs and not those of others.
Avoid curiosity (though I don’t think that she is referring to learning, here)
Do not interfere in the affairs of others.
Accept small irritations with good humor.
Do not dwell on the faults of others.
Accept censures even if unmerited.
Give in to the will of others.
Accept insults and injuries.
Accept contempt, being forgotten and disregarded.
Be courteous and delicate even when provoked by someone.
Do not seek to be admired and loved.
Do not protect yourself behind your own dignity.
Give in, in discussions, even when you are right.
Choose always the more difficult task.
Wednesday is the Feast of St. Padre Pio. We are dedicating the entire broadcast to this incredible saint. There are many interesting facts about Padre Pio that you may not be aware of. Let’s share everything we know about this amazing saint and see if we learn something new about him. 1-833-288-3986
It’s the number one prayer intention that we receive on the program – our loved ones who have left or stopped practicing the Catholic faith. It breaks your heart, and you can begin to worry about their eternal destiny. But, God is in control, and He knows just what it will take to bring our loved ones back to the fold. On Tuesday, we’re going to talk about this, and try to unpack the things we can do, and what God can – and will – do.
Monday’s show is always one of our most popular monthly offerings. If you have an urgent prayer intention that you would like the Take 2 Family to join you in praying for, be sure to call and let us know what it is. You can also share them with us on Facebook, Twitter and email.
September 18th is the Feast Day of St. Joseph of Cupertino. He is the saint best known for the spiritual gift of rising into the air in prayer. Many saints had extraordinary supernatural mystical gifts given by God. These gifts sound fascinating but many saints were ridiculed for having mystical abilities. Let’s share on Friday the saints and their gifts, so that the world may come to know and love these holy men and women of God. 1-833-288-3986
Change can be hard on people. But, there are ways to embrace change and make it an exciting adventure rather than a huge challenge. Do you embrace the changes in life? Or do you like your comfort zone and the thought of change makes your stomach hurt? Let’s have a robust discussion on this issue that affects us all. Call in and share your wisdom on this topic. 1-833-288-3986
Celebrities, personalities, and other high-profile individuals have a tremendous platform for promoting good or evil. This has perhaps never been more the case than it is in today’s’ high-tech, social media-driven world. As you glance around at the people who catch your attention, are they utilizing their God-given platform for the promotion of things that will build up individuals and society, or are they championing causes that tear us down. That’s the topic of our conversation again on Wednesday, which will be part two of this lively discussion.
Celebrities, personalities, and other high-profile individuals have a tremendous platform for promoting good or evil. This has perhaps never been more the case than it is in today’s’ high-tech, social media-driven world. As you glance around at the people who catch your attention, are they utilizing their God-given platform for the promotion of things that will build up individuals and society, or are they championing causes that tear us down. That’s the topic of our conversation on Tuesday, and we hope you’ll weigh in with your take!
On Monday, share with us the news stories that may have been overlooked by the media. 1-833-288-3986