We tackled the complexities of the border crisis, examining the constitutional mandates and humanitarian concerns, with a call for robust enforcement and compassionate action. We explored the delicate nuances of faith, forgiveness, and confession for those with Alzheimer’s—comfort in the knowledge that sincere contrition transcends memory. The conversation then pivoted to the power of second chances, encouraging a listener to leap into the unknown and give their aspiration another shot, success or failure notwithstanding. We also hear profound conversion stories, a testament to the life-changing guidance of Relevant Radio. And in a spirited dialogue, we dissected the portrayal of sacred figures in popular media, acknowledging diverse perspectives while remaining true to traditional beliefs. Finally, we provided valuable resources and counsel to a personal trainer aspiring to excel, underlining the importance of commitment and continual self-improvement.
- Mark (email) – My dad has Alzheimer’s. What should he do if he can’t remember his sins?
- Carol – What article on abortion were you talking about? What do you think of the book ‘Jesus Calling’?
- Roberto – How should I pursue my career. I am a personal trainer but wasn’t very good, so I left and became a rehab worker. I have an opportunity to go back to fitness and I don’t know if I should go back?
- Gloria – I would like to encourage you, Patrick. I was thinking about coming into the Church and I spoke with you 16 years ago and you said welcome home. (20:35)
- Jordan – Regarding Immigration in Texas: Why do you support Texas over the Government? I think that with Biden being Catholic you should support the government. (25:40)
- Joann – I am wondering what you think about the Chosen? Why don’t you like it? (He never said he didn’t like it)