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Do You Feel Trapped in Your Marriage?

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To feel trapped is a horrible experience.  When one feels trapped in a marriage it complicates things even more.  It has been stated that people that attend Friday night “happy hour” at the bars for the most part do so because they don’t want to go home.  That can be a real problem and avoiding the situation will not by itself fix things.  But hope is real and available through the teachings of the Church, the Sacraments, and the programs sponsored by the Church to genuinely help, preserve, heal and protect the marriage. Let’s first identify this feeling of being stuck in the marriage and then let’s talk about the pathway to marital success the Catholic way. Call us at 1-833-288-3986.

RESOURCES:
Retrovaille
Marriage Encounter
Alexander House
Catholic Counselors
Rosesweet.com


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Be Careful What You Pray For!

Have you ever prayed and prayed for something, only to receive what you thought was an answer to that prayer, and you kind of wish you hadn’t prayed for it? Maybe it was a job that you wanted badly, that turned out to be a disaster. Or admission to the college or university of your dreams, and you realized it wasn’t the best fit for you. There could be a million examples of this. Let’s talk about it on Thursday’s show.


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How Do Men View Women Today?

On Tuesday, we had a very lively discussion about Pope Francis’ homily on the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God, in which our Holy Father strongly emphasized the dignity of women, and how they are still too often degraded and seen solely as objects of pleasure in today’s world. Next, we want to hear what the men have to say about how you view women, their dignity, how they are to be respected, etc. Guys, let’s step up big on Wednesday and assure the world that there is still a tremendous amount of respect for women and their dignity.


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The first homily of the year by Pope Francis

READ: The Dignity of Women
READ ALSO: http://www.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/homilies/2020/documents/papa-francesco_20200101_omelia-madredidio-pace.html

Pope Francis gave a stirring homily on the dignity of women on the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God. Tying it all in to the great role played in salvation history by Our Blessed Mother, he entrusted this entire year to Mary. On Tuesday, Jerry and Debbie will discuss this homily, and will invite all women to call and share what it means to you. Do you truly feel respected and honored in today’s world? How do you feel about the many abuses that are still perpetrated against women, which Pope Francis referred to as being “sacrificed on the profane altars of advertising, profiteering, and pornography?” Does reflecting on the Virgin Mary cause you to feel the profound dignity that you share with her as a woman? This should be an uplifting conversation, and we hope you will join us with your take.


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Ten-Eighteen

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We are asking ten to eighteen year olds, with parents’ permission, if they can call in and share their views of God and the Faith.  How does our youth see God?  How do they explain God to their peers?  We know that most kids are back in school after the holiday break so if parents want to call in and share what their teens have told them about God, that would be helpful as well.  1-833-288-3986.

We are asking ten to eighteen year olds, with parents’ permission, if they can call in and share their views of God and the Faith. How does our youth see God? How do they explain God to their peers? We know that most kids are back in school after the holiday break so if parents want to call in and share what their teens have told them about God, that would be helpful as well. 1-833-288-3986.


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What Are Your Hopes for 2020?

Each year as we turn the final page on a calendar and enter a new year, there’s a certain sense of anticipation, longing, hope, desire. While we can change the entire world by ourselves, we can do our small part to make it a better place for everyone. As you look around you – in your home, city, parish, state, country, or even around the world – what are your deepest hopes for 2020? Share them with Jerry and Debbie and the world on Friday’s show.


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Whom Or What Are You Praying For?

As we begin a new year of shows, what better way to do so than to gather one another’s prayer intentions and offer them to the Lord. Each month we dedicate the first live show to asking you, “Whom Or What Are You Praying For?” We know you have deep, heartfelt intentions. And we also know that there is power in prayer, especially among the Take 2 Family. So, please join us by phone, text, e-mail or social media comment and let us know what we can pray for.

Fr. Dolindo’s Surrender Novena – https://www.catholicdoors.com/prayers/novenas/p03530.htm