Take 2

with Jerry & Debbie

How Catholic Is the Area Where You Live?

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It’s great to be surrounded by people of like mind, especially those who share our Catholic Christian faith. Our walk with the Lord is strengthened by the faith of family members, friends, co-workers, fellow parishioners, etc. And it can make a big difference when the area where we live is overall more Catholic. Of course, a higher percentage of Catholics in an area doesn’t necessarily equate to a more fervent faith in that area. On Wednesday, let’s talk about where you live, how Catholic it is, how fervent it is, and how much difference that makes for you in your personal faith journey.

The prayer by Fr. Pedro Arrupe that many listeners have requested (it was mentioned by one of our callers today):

Fall in Love

Attributed to Fr. Pedro Arrupe, SJ (1907-1991)

Nothing is more practical than
finding God, than
falling in Love
in a quite absolute, final way.
What you are in love with,
what seizes your imagination, will affect everything.
It will decide
what will get you out of bed in the morning,
what you do with your evenings,
how you spend your weekends,
what you read, whom you know,
what breaks your heart,
and what amazes you with joy and gratitude.
Fall in Love, stay in love,
and it will decide everything.

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One thought on “How Catholic Is the Area Where You Live?

  1. Very interesting topic today! I hope you will continue this topic regularly. I think there are many people who would like to express their thoughts on this topic concerning how Catholic is the area they live in. I live in the Archdiocese of San Antonio. I’d have to say, San Antonio is “left leaning” as well as the the Archbishop and staff. If it weren’t for Guadalupe Radio Network, I’d be an unofficial member of “the church of nice” also. Richard Reyna, general manager of GRN, has wonderful programming and has provided much education for the faithful. I first tuned into GRN in 2007.

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