The Patrick Madrid Show: March 06, 2024 – Hour 3

Patrick delves into the mysteries of faith and scripture, discussing the teachings of Jesus, particularly on the subject of marriage in heaven. Patrick also navigates the historical waves of Irish Catholicism and its indelible mark on American Catholic practice while addressing contemporary issues like liturgical music controversies and the nuances of today’s Mass. From the sacredness of worship to practical guidance on personal dilemmas, like dealing with family disputes over ancestral legacies, Patrick covers it all. Engage with scripture, embrace your heritage, and find spiritual clarity right here on Relevant Radio.


  • Patrick comments on the sign of peace (and love) during Mass
  • David – My father-in-law has opted to alter the stone where his 1st wife is buried to add his new wife. My wife doesn’t know if she is reacting emotionally or just following her mother’s wishes by opposing this.
  • Kristine – My church sings all the regular songs but they use drums and guitars and I was wondering if that was irreverent? (10:20)
  • Patrick recommends “Why Catholics Can’t Sing: The Culture of Catholicism and the Triumph of Bad Taste” by Thomas Day
  • Leann – What are your thoughts on the gospel readings for today? (21:12)
  • Frank – I want to thank Patrick for mentioning the movie “The Apostle”
  • Catherine – What are your thoughts on people holding hands during the Our Father during Mass? (31:53)
  • Abby (11-years-old) – After you get married and your spouse dies and then you remarry, who are you reunited with in Heaven? Your first or second spouse? (39:53)
  • Maria Christina – What was the book you recommended about Science and the afterlife experience?
  • Darin – I think what we say after the consecration is the worst thing we could say. Am I just interpreting it wrong? It seems like clumsy wording.
Patrick Madrid is an acclaimed public speaker and has authored or edited 26 books, which have sold over a million copies worldwide, including foreign-language editions. He hosts The Patrick Madrid Show daily on Relevant Radio.