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Father Rocky's Monthly Update - October 2012

October 2012

Truth has no half-life.  It does not decay.  It does not go away.  And when we hear the Truth enough times, we are changed – changed for the better!

During the past month I have heard the personal testimony of two listeners – one, a wife and mother; the other, a husband and father – who have made extraordinary changes in their lives because of Truths they heard on Relevant Radio.   In each case, they have left a lucrative ‘culture of death’ and made the joyful sacrifices to join the ‘culture of life.’

Without your support, these remarkable conversions would not have taken place.  So thank you!

In a recap of others news for the month, here are some of the highlights:


Truth has no half-life. It does not decay.

In the Black

In the black

Relevant Radio just completed eight consecutive quarters “in the black”.  Thanks be to God and the intercession of the Blessed Mother and St. Joseph and the generous support of our listeners!

Go Ask Your Father - LIVE!

Go Ask Your Father - LIVE

Go Ask Your Father™ broadcast live from the Josephinum Academy in Chicago, IL and from St. Mary’s in Hilbert, WI.  You can listen to the broadcast here: Play Stream | Download MP3.

Christ Brings Hope Award

Rev. Robert Barron

Fr. Robert Barron, Rector of St. Mary of the Lake Seminary and Founder of Word on Fire, received our second annual Christ Brings Hope Award in Chicago on October 11, the 50th Anniversary of the Second Vatican Council and the launching of the Year of Faith. Click HERE short video we put together about Fr. Barron.


Coming up, be sure to participate in our Election Novena at 7:30AM CST and join Bishops Callahan, Conlon, Ricken, Archbishops Myers, Listecki, and Cardinal George from October 29 to Election Day.  Visit our website at www.relevantradio.com keyword Novena.

And be on the lookout for our new Rome Reports daily news report on our website starting November 1st. 

Thank you for your prayers.  Thank you for your support.  We’re all in this together.

With prayers and best wishes,

FRMU-sig
 

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