The Patrick Madrid Show: May 01, 2024 – Hour 2

Patrick addresses a listener’s concern about whether venerating St. Jude’s relic could be considered sacrilegious, emphasizing the sacred respect and honor such acts convey in the Christian faith. He also explores a range of listener queries from the correct choice of Bible translations to the rich tapestry of the Old Testament, and the return of a caller to his Catholic roots. Amidst these personal and theological explorations, the conversation shifts towards more contentious terrain, as Patrick navigates the turbulent waters of political opinions tied to religious and moral viewpoints. The hour wraps up with a compelling clip of Ronald Reagan addressing the role of law, order, and freedom in society, offering insights into the historical echoes of today’s debates.

 

  • Patrick shares audio and comments on two bits of audio from “prosperity gospel” preachers who seem disingenuous
  • Fred – What do you think about The Didache Bible? (10:43)
  • Eydie – What is the best version of the bible for us to read? (12:12)
  • Joe – Is it okay to receive the Eucharist if you are resolved to confess mortal sins after going to Communion? (22:40)
  • Vonnie – What would have happened if Adam and Eve hadn’t sinned? Is it a mortal sin to not go to Mass? (24:40)
  • Patrick from Indiana – When the Holy Spirit overshadowed Mary, did the Holy Spirit stay with her the rest of her life? (31:18)
  • Renee – How do I respond to someone that says relics are sacrilegious? (35:29)
  • Frank – What is the correct bible for me to read? I purchased the Saint Joseph Bible. Is that okay? Regarding Trump, I think he means good and I respect someone who is Pro-life. (38:12)
  • Patrick shares decades old audio from then Governor Ronald Reagan addressing violent protests that sounds like it could have come from today’s news stories about college campus protests (47:44)
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.