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Part 2- What’s Happening On Our College Campuses…

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Such an active show today with many callers still on the line after the show ended.  We have decided to continue the conversation because it is too important.  If you were on the line waiting when the show ended, please call back tomorrow and let Ryan know the details.  He will happily move you to the front of the line for part 2. 1-833-288-3986. Also, here is the quote we promised from St. Vincent Ferrer.  We hope it brings you comfort just as it did for us.

St. Vincent Ferrer (1419) is most well-known for his prophecies on the end times.  He said, “In the days of peace that are to come after the desolation of revolutions and war, before the end of the world, the Christians will become so lax in their religion that they will refuse to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation, saying, ‘It is an unnecessary Sacrament’, and when the false prophet and the anti-Christ comes, all who are not confirmed will apostatize. while those who are confirmed will stand firm in the faith and only a few will renounce Christ.”  St. Vincent Ferrer, pray for us.

Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College – https://www.amazon.com/Newman-Guide-Choosing-Catholic-College/dp/0978650212/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_3?crid=26GA9UWDTVCHP&keywords=newman+guide+to+choosing+a+catholic+college&qid=1554913644&s=gateway&sprefix=newman+guide%2Caps%2C198&sr=8-3-fkmrnull

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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.

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Soul to Soul

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St. Teresa of Calcutta did it so effortlessly.  She saw Christ in everyone she encountered. She not only cared for the sick and those that were physically dying, she comforted their souls as well.  We interact with human beings on a regular basis, our spouse, children, co workers, and friends.  Do we look past their human exterior with all their faults and failings, and try to focus on their souls?  Sometimes our humanness prevents us from going deeper, that is why we are able to hurt one another so easily.  Let’s talk about concentrating on the soul of each individual and see if it can change the way we show up in relationships.  Call in with your experience about soul to soul interactions.  1-833-288-3986.


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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.

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What Do You Consider a Good Night’s Sleep?

How well do you sleep at night? Or do you work nights and sleep during the day? Either way, restful sleep is important to the proper functioning of our lives. Many people are asleep before their heads hit their pillows, while some take a long time to fall asleep. Some can sleep for long stretches at a time, while others of us wake up several times during the night. What do you consider a good night’s sleep? What do you do when you lie in bed awake and are unable to sleep? Are you a person who only needs a short amount of sleep to be energetic? Let’s talk about this on Wednesday’s show.

Below are some prayers a listener sent in that help her sleep better and more soundly.

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Lord, as I lie down and sleep may I wake again because You sustain me (Psalm 3:5). Do not let my foot slip; You, Who watches over me does not slumber. Indeed, You Who watches over Israel never slumbers or sleeps. (Psalm 121:3-4). May I lie down and sleep in Peace, for You alone O LORD, make me dwell in safety (Psalm 4:8).
 
In vain I rise early and stay up late, toiling for food to eat; but You grant sleep to those You Love (Psalm 127:2b), help me to fall asleep quickly. When I lie down may I not be afraid; when I lie down, may my sleep be sweet (Proverbs 3:24); please make these (#) hours feel like 8 hours; for You are my Confidence Lord (Proverbs 3:26). When I awake and look around may I see that my sleep has been pleasant (Jeremiah 31:26).
 
Your Word says that Your angels are mighty; they do Your bidding and obey Your Word (Psalm 103:20). Please command Your angels to guard me in all my ways, may they lift me up in their hands so I do not strike my foot against a stone (Psalm 91:11-12). Because I fear You God, send Your angels to encamp around me as I sleep. Thank You, for delivering me and keeping me safe (Psalm 34:7). In the Precious Name of Your Son, Jesus, I pray, Amen.

 


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We Believe in the Power of Prayer

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This show is dedicated to prayer and in a massive way. So if you have intentions/requests you are praying for, please let us pray with you.  Call in or email whom or what you are praying for.  At the end of the broadcast, Jerry will say a prayer lifting up all the intentions.  This is a very popular show, so please don’t wait until the end to share your prayer requests…1-833-288-3986.  Remember, prayer is powerful.