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Men And the Church

Guys, it’s your turn to call the show on Wednesday. On Tuesday, we asked the ladies to call and share how being Catholic has enabled them to flourish and thrive, not only in their faith lives, but in life in general. There were some amazing calls, which you can hear by listening to the archive of the program once it’s posted. So, men, how do you live out your Catholic faith with joy? How does being Catholic make a difference in your life. Is your life in high gear because of your Catholic faith? Let us hear from you on Wednesday!

T2- April 17-2019- Men-Church


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Women And the Church

On Tuesday, join Jerry and Debbie and share your take on being a woman in today’s Catholic Church. The Church is often accused of being anti-woman, and of not giving women a fair opportunity to serve Christ and His Body. We want to know what you think, and how you do live out your faith and thrive as Catholic women. We expect this to be a lively conversation, so be sure you tune in early and call early!

T2- April 16-2019- Women-Church

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What Is Your Best Method of Learning?

From the moment we’re born, we are learning new things. Our entire lives are filled with taking in fresh information, discovering new ways of doing things, and becoming the best version of ourselves. Some learn better by being shown how to do something (visual). Others grow in their understanding by reading how to do things (reading). Still others tend to learn better by being told about something (audible). On Friday, share which method of learning has served you best during your lifetime.


T2- April 12-2019-learn

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Eulogize Me!

There’s only one way out of this world, and that’s death. We’re all going to experience it someday. Which means our family, friends, loved ones – the rest of the world – will be left to remember us in their own unique way. We don’t have to worry about leaving a “legacy.” What matters most is hearing the Lord say, “Well done, good and faithful servant.” But we all will want to be remembered fondly, for having done good to others, for having left the world a little better for having inhabited it. With that in mind, if you could anticipate what someone would say in your eulogy, what would it be? Thats what we’ll talk about on Thursday’s show.

T2- April 11-2019- funeral


Giving It the “New College Try”

It’s so happy and innocent when parents send their sons and daughters off to college, and the first time they return for a break, so much about them has changed. They have begun questioning things, they’re cynical, they’re not sure they’re Catholic anymore, they’ve gotten involved in drinking parties and sexual promiscuity. The list could go on and on. On Tuesday, call us if this has – or hasn’t – happened to your precious child. Either way, you will have a ton of information and inspiration to offer parents who will be facing this scenario very soon.

T2- April 9-2019- _college

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Stretching Yourself

We each have one. It’s called our “comfort zone.” Here’s how Miriam-Webster defines that:

Definition of comfort zone

1: the temperature range within which one is comfortable
2: the level at which one functions with ease and familiarity
When we’re in our own personal comfort zone, we usually have no trouble navigating the road of life. But do we grow as persons and as followers of Jesus when we stay in that safe place? How important is it to stretch ourselves a little bit once in a while? Sometimes, that stretching is imposed upon us by family obligations, job requirements or other factors. On Thursday, call and share how you have experienced coming out of your comfort zone and discovering new skills and talents you didn’t know you possessed.

T2- April 4-2019- Comfort-zone