The Patrick Madrid Show: May 02, 2024 – Hour 3

Patrick engages in a heartfelt conversation with Christine from Detroit, who shares her complex emotions regarding the ongoing conflict in Palestine. As a Middle Eastern Catholic, Christine grapples with feelings of anger and sympathy for the affected innocent civilians. Together, they explore the intricacies of expressing solidarity amidst geopolitical and religious narratives. Patrick listens and responds with insights on navigating such conversations with empathy, understanding diverse historical contexts, and emphasizing the human aspects often overshadowed in political dialogues.


  • Stacy – Could someone think they are in hell if they are really in purgatory? (01:01)
  • David – Why are the 9th and 10th Commandments different but the same? (03:35)
  • Mike – Why is the word Catholic in the Apostles Creed not capitalized? (12:16)
  • Norm – What’s going on in the Parable of the Talents in Matthew 25? (14:52)
  • Pat in Dallas – I think that the currant president is not going to budge on prolife issues, whereas Trump might be able to be moved.
  • Christine – As a Catholic, is it wrong to feel sympathy for the Palestinians who are being killed? (25:14)
  • Michele – Why there isn’t more outrage on Muslims killing other Muslims in other countries. I think it has to do with America not having ties with those countries, but America does have ties to Israel. (43:06)
  • Annie – How do I relieve the guilt I suffer from living an immoral life in the past? I worry about my adult children who are now living homosexual lifestyles.
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.