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Do You Somehow Avoid Watching the Commercials on TV?

The days are long gone when television ads had to meet certain standards of decency before they could be approved for airing. Oh, sure, there are still a number of do’s and don’ts that advertisers have to follow. But many of those are more for politically correct reasons, rather than for the sake of preserving the innocence of viewers. Modern technology has made it possible to steer clear of objectionable commercial content in a variety of ways, including changing the channel, muting the TV, taping shows and fast forwarding through the ads, and so on. Is this even a concern in your home? If so, do you have any practices in place that help to ensure that your hearts and minds – and, especially, those of your young loved ones – are protected from the frequent moments when they could be violated in some way? Jerry and Debbie have Friday off, as EWTN will have day-long coverage of the March for Life from Washington, D.C. So, share your take on this topic on Monday.

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Life Lessons

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If I knew then what I know now. A familiar statement that if you have lived long enough on this earth, you can certainly identify with it as being true.  Life has a funny way of teaching us very important lessons.  Our experiences can mold and shape us as we mature and grow.  If we really take the time, we can probably think of many lessons we have learned in our lifetime that are worthy of sharing in order to benefit others.  Please share with us the important life lessons you have learned so that we may grow in wisdom.  Your life lessons can be a treasure of knowledge for the rest of us.  Call us and share, 1-833-288-3986.

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What would you do if you saw a crime being committed?

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What would you do if you saw a crime being committed? Some folks would jump into action and try to stop the crime.  Others would ignore the scene in fear of being caught in the middle.  How would you respond?  What, if anything, are we called to do as Christians? Let’s talk about this scenario and see what we can learn from each other. Call in early to the show because we want to get as many calls on the air as possible. 1-833-288-EWTN.

 


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It’s all about beauty in this world

“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” This famous quote tells us that the observer determines what is beautiful.  Well, our world has definitely told us what is beautiful and what is accepted.  This fixation on beauty in our culture can be and has been dangerous to our physical bodies not to mention what it does to our spirit.  People have literally died trying to just be accepted and considered beautiful.  So what is beauty to you?  Inner beauty, outer beauty?  Let’s discuss this on Tuesday and see if we can understand ourselves and the world better.  Call in with your ‘take’ on topic. 1-833-288-3986.

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What Do You Really Love to Do?

What really motivates you? Is there something in life that gets you excited to put your feet on the floor in the morning? How would you finish the sentence, “I love to…” Maybe you love going to work. Perhaps it’s getting a precious hug from your spouse or a child. It could be a hobby or an activity of some sort. Of course, it could be some aspect of your faith or spiritual life. We all have things that we truly love doing. But why do you? What is the motivation behind your passion? Help us understand this concept of motivation.  Maybe help us motivate others, especially in their spiritual life.


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Legalized Pot, Part 2

Tuesday’s show on legalized marijuana was so popular and impactful, we decided to do a part two on that topic this week. That will air on Friday. Here is what we posted for Tuesday’s show. If you didn’t get a chance to get on the air on Tuesday, be sure to call early on Friday.

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It’s inevitable. Young people for decades have had easy access to marijuana. As if that wasn’t bad enough, now, as pot becomes “legal” in states across the country, has that made it even more readily accessible to those you know and love? So many advocates for legalized marijuana are rejoicing and proclaiming the “good news” that what was for so long illegal, is now legal for both medicinal and recreational use. Pot-growing facilities are popping up everywhere, with billboards, sign spinners and advertisements telling would-be customers where to find their products, which range from what you smoke, to what you eat, to what you rub into your body. Are you alarmed about this? Do you have children you’re concerned are going to find it all-too-easy to access marijuana, even though they are not yet old enough to legally obtain it? This seems like a foregone conclusion. But what do you have to say about it? Share your take on Tuesday’s show.

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Legalized Pot and Your Children

It’s inevitable. Young people for decades have had easy access to marijuana. As if that wasn’t bad enough, now, as pot becomes “legal” in states across the country, has that made it even more readily accessible to those you know and love? So many advocates for legalized marijuana are rejoicing and proclaiming the “good news” that what was for so long illegal, is now legal for both medicinal and recreational use. Pot-growing facilities are popping up everywhere, with billboards, sign spinners and advertisements telling would-be customers where to find their products, which range from what you smoke, to what you eat, to what you rub into your body. Are you alarmed about this? Do you have children you’re concerned are going to find it all-too-easy to access marijuana, even though they are not yet old enough to legally obtain it? This seems like a foregone conclusion. But what do you have to say about it? Share your take on Tuesday’s show.

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