Patrick dived deep into the trials of heartbreak and how to grow from them, framing it as an essential rite of passage. He shared personal stories and advice, like embracing faith, finding solace in heartfelt tunes, and the power of attending Mass. Important conversations were had on the annulment process in the Catholic Church, dispelling myths and easing worries about its impact on family legitimacy. Patrick also explored the nuances of mixed-faith relationships and the processes involved there.
- Patrick continues his conversation with Tom from the end of the previous hour – Tom’s son is in the difficult aftermath of breaking up with his girlfriend and secular sources are advising him to take medication
- Lisa – I would like to marry a Hindu. How would I do that in the Catholic Church?
- Rocio – Regarding Marriage: I was divorced and received a lack of form dispensation from our Church.
- Ron – A priest told me you don’t need to get an annulment if you don’t plan on getting remarried. Is that true, and if so, what about my children? (27:26)
- Teresa – Xavier Society of the Blind: I am blind myself but stopped being a member when they started promoting Fr. James Martin.
- Elizabeth – Can my adult daughter marry even though she has a mental disability? (33:12)
- Mike – My friend is likely going to come into the Catholic Church or the Orthodox Church. How can I convince him he should go Catholic?