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

Patrick delves into the profound impact of D-Day, marking 80 years since the historic invasion of Normandy. Listeners join Patrick to share incredible stories of bravery, sacrifice, and personal connections to World War II, including powerful anecdotes from veterans’ families and reflections on their enduring legacy. Patrick also explores the poignant topic of anointing of the sick, providing spiritual insights and hope.

 

  • Sheila – My great aunt was a senior nurse with the British army – she was cured of a severe psoriasis while helping the troops while she was going up and down the beach (03:33)
  • Mike – I had a chance to interview Eisenhower’s secretary and I was able to hear a lot about what lead up to the invasion (06:34)
  • Paul – The effects of war (09:06)
  • Judy – My husband had 3 family members who served in the war – they found one of their bodies just 15 years ago and brought him home to have a proper funeral (11:01)
  • Debbie – My husband was sick for a long time and I had him anointed every 6 months (13:31)
  • Audio: President Reagan’s Address at the Ceremony Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Normandy Invasion, D-day at Point-du-Hoc (17:19)
  • Neil shares the story of meeting a WWII vet and the impact he had on his family (30:43)
  • Christine – We need to continue talking about D-day.  (36:54)
  • Janice – My half-brother was a paratrooper. He survived D-day. (41:33)
  • Harriet – My dad was declared 4F and he would teach the jobs of the men who were called to serve (43:49)
  • Carol – My father was in the war (47:44)
  • Susan – My father wasn’t able to serve overseas, but he made plane parts at Ford Motor Co. in Chicago.  (49:59)
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.