We will end the week with our monthly “All About Relationships” show. If it’s a relationship we can be involved in – friends, loved ones, family, romance, marriage – then it’s something worth talking about. Please join us as we seek to improve all of our interpersonal relationships.
The last year has been one of the most challenging years for just about all of us. Fortunately, times like these can bring out the best in people. Is there someone who has “been there” for you during this year of pandemic, shutdowns, lockdowns, loss of jobs, families separated, etc.? If so, let the world know about it on Thursday.
Among our many monthly shows, our urgent prayer request program is one of the most popular. And for good reason. We all carry many prayer burdens in our hearts. For ourselves, our families, our loved ones, and even for people we don’t know. Join us on Wednesday and bring your important intentions to the broadcast.
Tuesday would have been Mother Angelica’s birthday. To honor her legacy, we invite your calls and comments about how her life and legacy impacted you personally. Her love of the faith, wit, wisdom and holiness touched the hearts of people around the world. Plan to join us!
We often hear about the number of people leaving the Catholic Church. But the Holy Spirit continues to inspire many to become Catholics. If you entered into full communion with the Catholic Church at this year’s Easter Vigil, call on Monday to share with the world why you made that beautiful decision.
Blessed Solanus Casey practiced this…thanking God in advance for prayers answered. So did Mother Teresa as well. In fact, many saints thanked God ahead of time. This prayer practice is quite powerful in many ways. Let’s talk about it on Friday’s Take 2.
On Thursday, we’ll present our monthly In the News program. It’s when you call and share something that you believe is noteworthy from your perusal of the news. We’ll present a very special news item in the first segment of the show, when Valerie Staples joins us to talk about an initiative to consecrate the State of California to St. Joseph.
Share with us on Wednesday, the good and not so good traits you received from your parents. Call in early to the show so that you can be sure and get on the air. (1-833-288-3986) This should be a really fun and informative show.
Discrimination is an age-old societal problem. When they hear the word, most people immediately think of race or skin color. And, to be sure, that is a completely unacceptable form of behavior. But discrimination can mean many other things, like age, societal status, how much money you have, and so forth. Let’s have a conversation about this on Tuesday.
Jesus Himself tells us that if we don’t pick up our cross and follow Him each day, we cannot be His disciples. The crosses in our lives mean nothing if they don’t mean suffering in some manner. There are times when the weight of the cross we bear seems overwhelming. Do you feel that way? Have you ever felt that way? Let’s talk about it on Monday.