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!
There are countless programs on TV that refer to themselves as “reality” shows. Do you watch any of them? Do you think they are truly based on reality? Let’s have a conversation about this on Wednesday.
Every parish needs staff and volunteers to minister to the volume of parishioners. Are you involved in a ministry at your parish? If so, what is it, and what drew you to become involved? That’s our discussion for Tuesday. Please join us!
On Monday, we’ll talk about those indispensable things we always grab before heading out. Is there something you always make sure you have with you? Join us for what promises to be an interesting conversation.
Get ready, because the show to end the week is our monthly “Unscripted” broadcast. You bring the topics, and we all learn, get inspired and grow a little bit closer to God.
St. Pio of Pietrelcina, well known as “Padre Pio,” was a man tremendously gifted by God. He had a love for every soul, and took men and women into his heart as spiritual sons and daughters. On Thursday – his feast day – let’s talk about what we love about this wonderful saint.
The world has been through so much lately. So has the Church. Parish closings. Programs shut down. Trying to welcome people back to Church. As of now, how would you rate your parish life – thriving, or surviving? Let’s talk about that on Tuesday.
On Monday, we once again welcome your urgent prayer intentions. It’s our monthly, “God, I Need You Now!” show. If there’s an important intention burdening your heart, let us pray with you!