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Daybreak

  • Daybreak for August 9, 2020
    19th Sunday in Ordinary Time Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 8/9/20 Gospel: Matthew 14:22-33 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20200809.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
  • Daybreak for August 8, 2020
    Memorial of St. Dominic, 1170-1221; staunch opponent of the Albigensian heresy; founder of the Order of Preachers, also known as the Dominicans Saturday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 8/8/20 Gospel: Matthew 17:14-20 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20200808.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
  • Daybreak for August 7, 2020
    Friday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time Optional Memorial of Pope St. Sixtus II and companions; martyred in 258 A.D., while at prayer Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 8/7/20 Gospel: Matthew 16:24-28 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20200807.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
  • Daybreak for August 6, 2020
    Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord Thursday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 8/6/20 Gospel: Matthew 17:1-9 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20200806.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
  • Daybreak for August 5, 2020
    Optional Memorial of the Dedication of the Basilica of St. Mary Major in Rome; also known as “Our Lady of the Snows” Wednesday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 8/5/20 Gospel: Matthew 15:21-28 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20200805.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
  • Daybreak for August 4, 2020
    Memorial of St. John Baptist Vianney, 1786-1859; the Curé d’Ars; spent up to 18 hours per day in the confessional, gifted with discernment of spirits; patron of all priests Tuesday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 8/4/20 Gospel: Matthew 14:22-36 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20200804.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts ...
  • Daybreak for August 3, 2020
    Monday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time Saint of the Day: St. Gamaliel; rabbinical teacher, mentor of St. Paul, Pharisee doctor of Jewish law; encouraged his fellow Pharisees to show leniency to the apostles; reportedly became a Christian; died about 52 A.D. Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 8/3/20 Gospel: Matthew 14:22-36 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20200803.mp3Podcast: Play in new window ...
  • Daybreak for August 2, 2020
    18th Sunday in Ordinary Time Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 8/2/20 Gospel: Matthew 14:13-21 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20200802.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
  • Daybreak for August 1, 2020
    Memorial of St. Alphonsus Liguori, 1696-1787; bishop and doctor of the church; founder of the Redemptorists; best known for moral theology, but also wrote well on spiritual and dogmatic theology Saturday of the 17th Week in Ordinary Time Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 8/1/20 Gospel: Matthew 14:1-12 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20200801.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google ...
  • Daybreak for July 31, 2020
    Memorial of St. Ignatius of Loyola, 1491-1556; experienced a conversion during convalescence from a war wound; founded the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits Friday of the 17th Week in Ordinary Time Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 7/31/20 Gospel: Matthew 13:54-58 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20200731.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
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Morning Air

  • GO ASK YOUR FATHER/MUSICAL FAITH JOURNEY
    HOUR 3 – FRIDAY, AUGUST 7: Father John Gordon answers your faith questions, and musician Rae Herring discusses venturing into the musical world and her transition to Christian inspired music. http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20200807c.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
  • SIBLING FORGIVENESS/THE BEIRUT TRAGEDY/SUNDAY GOSPEL
    HOUR 2 – FRIDAY, AUGUST 7: Fr Bob Pagliari discusses sibling rivalry and forgiveness, Chorbishop Sharbel Maroun discusses the tragedy in Lebanon with the Beirut explosion, and Bishop Mueggenborg looks ahead to Sunday’s Gospel. http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20200807b.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
  • GO ASK YOUR FATHER/ACHIEVING GOALS
    HOUR 1 – FRIDAY, AUGUST 7: Fr. Marcel Taillon answers your faith questions, and Dave Durand discusses achieving goals. http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20200807a.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
  • ORDINATIONS/CHURCH ATTACKS/”RISE UP”/COUNTING OUR BLESSINGS
    HOUR 1 – THURSDAY, AUGUST 06: Bishop Richard Stika talks priestly ordinations and church attacks, Mario Costabile of Array of Hope discusses a new retreat project “Rise Up”, and Greg Erlandson helps us count our blessings. http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20200806a.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
  • MARRIAGE/SCHOOL YEAR OPTIONS/BE A WELL INFORMED PRO LIFER
    HOUR 2 – THURSDAY, AUGUST 06: Damon Owens gives marriage and family advice, Fr Kubiki discusses Purgatory, Dr Pam Patnode talks about COVID 19 options for the coming school year, and Eric Scheidler helps us be a “well informed” pro lifer. http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20200806b.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
  • FEAR/TRANSFIGURATION
    HOUR 3 – THURSDAY, AUGUST 06: Bishop Edward Scharfenberger talks FEAR, and being not afraid, especially now, and Father James Kubiki talks about today’s feast, the Transfiguration. http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20200806c.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
  • IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY/GIVING AND RECEIVING FEEDBACK
    HOUR 1 – WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5:  Annabelle Moseley discusses ways to honor the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and Harry Kraemer gives advice on giving and receiving feedback. http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20200805a.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
  • BIKING FOR VOCATIONS/LIFE RUNNERS/ROME REPORT
    HOUR 2 – WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5: Fr Stephen DeLacy talks biking for vocations, Dr Pat Castle talks about his “Life Runners” organization, and Ashley Noronah reports the latest from Rome. http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20200805b.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
  • GO ASK YOUR FATHER/ACHIEVING GOALS
    HOUR 3 – WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5: Fr Marcel Taillon answers your faith questions and reflects on the Gospel, and Dave Durand gives us 5 ways to Achieve goals. http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20200805c.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
  • THE BATTLE IN THE MIND/THE JOURNEY IS EVERYTHING/SHARING YOUR FAITH
    HOUR 1 – TUESDAY, AUGUST 4: Gary Zimak talks about the “Battle in the Mind” Tim and Pat Von Dohlen share stories from their new book, and Father Paul Cannariato teaches us the importance of sharing our faith. http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20200804a.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
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The Patrick Madrid Show

  • The Patrick Madrid Show: August 7, 2020 – Hour 1
    Minneapolis Charter Commission blocks City Council effort to abolish police department  San Mateo County health officer assails ‘fundamentally flawed’ state watch list 35-year-old Florida roofer struck by lightning listed as coronavirus fatality Caller: Elizabeth asks if it is possible for her guardian angel to talk to her and if it is possible to hear her angel talk to ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: August 7, 2020 – Hour 2
    Your phone is spying on you, and companies are generating secret “surveillance scores” based on that information Caller: asks what hospice care is. She has heard people are just left to die Caller: John in CA asks why Catholics are surprised at the civil unrest. He says rather than focusing on social or environmental issues, Catholics should ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: August 7, 2020 – Hour 3
    Caller: Jenny in TX shares a personal experience of being in a bad car accident that should have killed her, but she believes her guardian angel saved her Caller: Don in CA thinks the protestant reformation is part of the reason our country unraveled  Caller: Mary in CA had a few abortions in her past. She is ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: August 6, 2020 – Hour 1
    Chinese Christians told to replace Christ with Mao or lose government support Caller: Peter in CA is a cantor at his church and they are forbidding any music from David Haas, as there have been allegations against him Caller: Mary in TX asks how to discern where to draw the line with the media she consumes. For ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: August 6, 2020 – Hour 2
    Here are 4 ways to offset your risk of contracting COVID-19 Caller: Tim in CA says our society tends to think issues are either/or, rather than understanding there can always be love and compassion, while also heeding truths of right and wrong Aller: Richard in CO asks how to discern as a parent what type of magic ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: August 6, 2020 – Hour 3
    Caller: Emily in UT has struggled because she was raised Catholic, but her parents divorced and her mom married a woman. Emily now has her own children and doesn’t know how to  Caller asks for the book Patrick recommended to a caller months ago, who felt condemned for being homosexual Caller: Rebecca in WI asks how to ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: August 5, 2020 – Hour 1
    Soundbite: Parents push back against Archdiocese of Miami after virtual learning announcement A pair of explosions struck the city of Beirut early Tuesday evening, killing at least 100 people, wounding more than 4,000 and causing widespread damage. Caller: Jonathan in FL says it’s worth the sacrifice to pay tuition and send them to Catholic school Caller: Thomas in ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: August 5, 2020 – Hour 2
    Patrick explains why having hard conversations about truth is a good thing Caller: Marguerite in IL asks if Patrick has heard of Tom Zimmer’s prophecy, where he predicted Trump would become president and lead the country back to God Caller: Lucia in IL says Catholic schools are expensive to run so she understands them asking for full ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: August 5, 2020 – Hour 3
    Caller: Maria in CA asks if it is a sin to not vote. She shares that she used to be pro-choice but is now pro-life and will not vote for anyone who is pro-choice Caller: Noah in HI asks if playing video games where he kills people is a sin, such as Fortnite or Star Wars Caller: ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: August 4, 2020 – Hour 1
    Patrick discusses blocking people on Twitter and Msgr. Charles Pope’s “12 steps of Pride” Caller: Mike in CO asks if Popes will be judged with different standards than lay people; Patrick says to whom much is given much will be expected Caller: Laura in NV is concerned about her father-in-law who is living with them. He watches ...
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The Inner Life

  • The Inner Life August 7th – The Waves Around Us
    The Waves Around Us. This Sunday, we hear in the gospel the story Peter getting out of the boat and walking on the water towards Jesus, but he fails to reach Jesus because instead of focusing on Jesus, he focuses on the waves around him. Father Richard Simon joins Chuck Neff to discuss this Sunday’s ...
  • The Inner Life August 6th – Forgiveness
    Forgiveness. How can we learn to forgive? Do we have to forgive everyone? Why is important in our faith lives to learn to forgive? Father John Girotti discusses the importance of forgiveness.   Caller Story – She was bullied as a child, used that to learn to forgive them, but doesn’t know how to forgive those adults ...
  • The Inner Life August 5th – Obedience
    Obedience. How often are we called to obedience? Are we always supposed to be obedient? Why does Jesus call us to be obedient? Father Matthew Widder joins Chuck Neff to discuss the importance of obedience.   Caller Story – Shares how her parish priests helped her be obedient and understand her vows better. Caller Story – Shares how ...
  • The Inner Life August 4th – St John Vianney
    Saint John Vianney. Today is the feast-day of St John Vianney. Who was he in life? Why was his life an important model for Catholics? Father Joseph Johnson joins Chuck Neff to discuss the life of Saint John Vianney.   Caller Question – How to best explain the importance of confession to others? Caller Story – Shares of ...
  • The Inner Life August 3rd – The Chosen
    The Chosen. Have you seen the hit TV series on the life of Jesus? How has it helped you grow closer in your relationship with Jesus? Father Eric Nielsen joins Chuck Neff to discuss how The Chosen can help us grow as stronger Christians.   Caller Story – Shares how she encounter Jesus the most when she ...
  • The Inner Life July 31st – The Feeding of the 5000
    The Feeding of the 5000. How do you share what you have with others? How does this gospel teach us to help others in life, especially those who might not have as much as we do? Father Mark Baron joins Chuck Neff to discuss this Sunday’s Gospel.   Caller Story – Shares her story of a miracle ...
  • The Inner Life July 30th – Spirituality of Interruption
    Spirituality of Interruption. What are we allowing to interrupt our spiritual lives today? How can interruptions in our lives lead us closer to Christ? Father Michael Hurley joins Chuck Neff to discuss how we can grow in faith when we find our faith life being interrupted.   Caller Story – Shares how he was studying to be ...
  • The Inner Life July 29th – Finding Joy in the Tough Times
    Finding Joy in the Tough Times. How can we find joy during these tough times? How can we be grateful for what we have in trying times? Father Rick Heilman joins Chuck Neff to talk about staying positive in hard times.   Caller Story – Shares how she has been finding joy in hard times by listening ...
  • The Inner Life July 28th – Rule of Life
    Rule of Life. What is a rule of life? Should all Catholics have a rule of life? Isn’t Jesus our rule of life? Father Albert Haase joins Chuck Neff to discuss the importance of having a rule of life.   Caller Story – Shares his story of what his rule of life is, and its relation to ...
  • The Inner Life July 27th – Living the Faith with Disabilities
    Living the Faith with Disabilities. Why does God allow us to have disabilities? Is it okay to be mad at God for having a disability? How can we live out our faith through our disabilities? Father Matthew Spencer joins Chuck Neff to discuss how we can live our faith through our disabilities.   Caller Story – Shares ...
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Go Ask Your Father

  • Go Ask Your Father July 17th – Doing the Right Thing
    Msgr Swetland shares with you a good news story of a woman who saved a young child from drowning, saying, “it was the right thing to do.”   Caller Question – Is it proper to encourage those who are away from the Church to seek out the anointing of the sick? Caller Comment – Wants to thank Msgr ...
  • Go Ask Your Father July 16th – Joy
    Are you living in joy in your life? Msgr Swetland explains why joy is so important to us as Christians.   Catechetical Corner – The Last Judgement Caller Question – When asking for intercession from angels and saints, do we have to ask for it out loud? http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/father/father20200716.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | ...
  • Go Ask Your Father July 15th – Dealing with Bad News
    Msgr Swetland shares with you how to approach and handle the bad news that exists in the world and what Catholics can do to help make the world a better place.   Caller Question – What is a good resource for a young teenager who is considering becoming Catholic? Catechetical Corner – Hell Caller Question – Is it okay ...
  • Go Ask Your Father July 14th – A Surgeon Saving Infants’ Lives in Uganda
    Msgr Swetland shares with you a great good news story out of Uganda where a nun, who is also a surgeon, has devoted her life to helping and saving the lives of infants.   Caller Question – She heard that only Catholics go to heaven. Is this true? Catechetical Corner – Heaven Caller Question – How do we explain ...
  • Go Ask Your Father July 13th – Values
    What do you value in life? Msgr Swetland shares with you a heartwarming story of a community that valued their delivery man, so much so, that they wanted to thank him personally for all his work during the pandemic.   Caller Question – He is being attacked by evil spirits, what can he do? Catechetical Corner – Particular ...
  • Go Ask Your Father July 10th – Running Into Danger
    Msgr Swetland shares with you a good news story out of Texas where a police officer ran into a burning home to save an 8 year old child.   Caller Comment – He prays whenever he hears an amber alert. Catechetical Corner – The Kingdom of Heaven Caller Comment – She turns off the TV and prays when she ...
  • Go Ask Your Father July 9th – Inspiration
    Msgr Swetland shares with you an inspirational message from a football coach in Texas who teaches his football players that hate will not divide them, no matter what, and what the role of sports can play in the life of a Catholic.   Catechetical Corner – The Birth of Jesus Caller Question – What should you do if ...
  • Go Ask Your Father July 8th – Helping Those in Need
    Msgr Swetland shares with you a good news story of a woman from Alabama who is helping in her community by delivering meals to those in need on her days off.   Caller Question – How to encourage our kids to go to adoration? Caller Question – Can you get anointing of the sick if you are abused? Catechetical ...
  • Go Ask Your Father July 7th – Helping a Man in Need
    Msgr Swetland shares with you a good news story from Georgia about 2 police officers who extended a helping hand to a man they could have arrested. Instead of arresting him, they helped him get back on his feet.   Caller Question – Why did God create the Devil if he knew he would betray him? Catechetical Corner ...
  • Go Ask Your Father July 6th – Helping a Community
    Msgr Swetland shares with you a good news story from Colorado where local farmers found a way to help and give back to their community.   Caller Question – Why is Good Friday not a holy day of obligation? Catechetical Corner – Christ the Teacher Caller Question – When was the teaching of mortal sin developed? Caller Question – Are ...
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Fr. Simon Says

  • Father Simon Says August 7th – Deny Yourself
    Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains today’s gospel reading in which Jesus tells his disciples they need to deny themselves, pick up their cross, and follow Him.   Caller Question – Why is first Friday of the month “special” in the Catholic Church? Caller Question – What is the Velika Gospa Novena? Word of the Day – Exchange Caller Question ...
  • Father Simon Says August 6th – The Transfiguration of the Lord
    Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains today’s gospel reading and the importance and meaning of the Transfiguration of the Lord.   Caller Question – Is it okay for parishioners to ask their priest for Eucharistic adoration? Word of the Day – Myth Caller Question – Will an Orthodox person who knows the Church to be the true Church be ...
  • Father Simon Says August 5th – The God of All the Tribes of Israel
    Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains today’s first reading and God being the God of all the tribes of Israel.   Caller Question – What does Father Simon think about the end times? Caller Question – What did Moses do that didn’t get into the promised land? Word of the Day – Courage http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/FSS/fss20200805.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: ...
  • Father Simon Says August 4th – Thus Says the Lord
    Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains today’s first reading and what God told Jeremiah to write down in a book.   Caller Question – Can Father Simon explain about Jeremiah and Hannaniah? Caller Question – Do we know the apostles didn’t continue the papacy? Word of the Day – Tassel Caller Question – What is Father Simon’s take on the ...
  • Father Simon Says August 3rd – You of Little Faith
    Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains today’s gospel reading in Peter walks on water towards Jesus, and why Peter didn’t make it all the way there.   Caller Comment – Wants to give his thoughts on Von Williams. Caller Question – What advice can Father Simon give for those with scrupulosity? Word of the Day – Nebuchadnezzar Caller Question – ...
  • Father Simon Says July 31st – Taking Offense of Jesus
    Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains today’s gospel reading and what it means when it reads “And they took offense at him”.   Caller Question – Can Father Simon explain Matthew 27:51? Word of the Day – Logos Caller Question – Was Paul taught by God? Caller Question – Is there a different ancient translation of the bible? http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/FSS/fss20200731.mp3Podcast: Play in ...
  • Father Simon Says July 30th – Fish of Every Kind
    Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains today’s gospel reading and the Kingdom of Heaven being like a fish of every kind.   Caller Question – Does God listen to the prayers of heretics? Caller Question – What is the best way to discern your vocation? Word of the Day – Panoply http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/FSS/fss20200730.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | ...
  • Father Simon Says July 29th – Martha and Mary
    Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains today’s gospel and why Mary chose the “better part”.   Caller Question – What does the Gospel mean when it says Mary chose the better part? Caller Question – Her husband is in hospice care, can she ask her parish priest to come bless him before he passes? Caller Question – How do ...
  • Father Simon Says July 28th – Weeds in the Field
    Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains today’s Gospel reading in which Jesus teaches his disciples about the parable of the weeds in the field.   Caller Question – We are taught that there are no tears in heaven, but then why do some Saints claim to have seen Mary weeping in Heaven? Caller Question – Is it okay ...
  • Father Simon Says July 27th – Linen Loincloth
    Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains today’s first reading and the lien loincloth mentioned.   Word of the Day – Kindness http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/FSS/fss20200727.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS
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The Drew Mariani Show

  • Future of religious liberty in US
    Hour 1 of 8-7-20 A look at the future of religious liberty in the US and the world. Michael Berry gives you a glimpse at legislation which has threatened your practice of religion. Berry explains that around the 1940s, lawsuits began to increase putting religious freedom at risk. Secularization has unfortunately become the new norm and ...
  • Chaplet/Gospel reflection
    Hour 2 of 8-7-20 Chaplet of Divine Mercy A Gospel reflection on this passage: Jesus said to his disciples, “Whoever wishes to come after me must deny himself, take up his cross, and follow me. For whoever wishes to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will find it. What profit would there be for one ...
  • The markets/China censorship
    Hour 3 of 8-7-20 A look at the markets and relationship with China. Finance Friday with Peter Grandich. Apart from President Trump banning Chinese run social media tools in the US, there’s a lot more to be aware of. Peter does not have much optimism for the markets regardless of who the next president is, but ...
  • Mail-in voting
    Hour 1 of 8-6-20 Do you see mail-in voting as a smart idea for this election? Many people, including President Trump, believe it could lead to fraud. A look at the validity of this belief, as Ed Morrissey visits with Eric Boehm. 5 states are already doing this, but Eric does raise concern about whether other ...
  • Chaplet/Anniversary of Hiroshima
    Hour 2 of 8-6-20 Chaplet of Divine Mercy Today is the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and a few days ahead is the anniversary of the bombing at Nagasaki. 75 years later, the question is still being asked, was this a moral action? Was it worth making this decision which ended up killing the lives of ...
  • Homicide rates and gun ownership
    Hour 3 of 8-6-20 Civil unrest, homicides, hatred of police, gun rates going up. It has been quite a time in our society! What is causing these societal difficulties? Much of course is because of the defunding of police. They are not allowed to do their job, and some leaders in cities are holding much disdain ...
  • Explosions in Beirut
    Hour 1 of 8-5-20 Reports continue to surface on the explosion in Beirut, as people have been wondering if this was a planned attack or just an accident. Most reports are leaning more towards an accident happening near a dock. Live video captured in a Catholic church showed how serious this tragedy truly was. James Carafano ...
  • Chaplet/Fed grants for human trafficking victim housing
    Hour 2 of 8-5-20 Chaplet of Divine Mercy Hilda Fernandez is in from the Camillus House, a ministry dedicated to helping those in human trafficking. The federal government has stepped in to give funding to these victim shelters. What we have learned is that trafficking could be happening in our backyards, in our communities, college students, and ...
  • Identity Politics
    Hour 3 of 8-5-20 A discussion on what constitutes and creates the trend of identity politics. Apart from the struggle that African Americans have truly undergone, do other segments of the population embrace a victim mentality and vote accordingly? (LGBT,etc…)  If so, what historically led up to this? What can we learn moving forward? Hear what ...
  • Handling breaking news and media bias
    Hour 1 of 8-4-20 A roundup of news with Ed Morrissey, investigating the explosion in Beirut. Not much is known about this yet, whether it was truly intentional is not even remotely certain. Ed breaks down the details and explains why it is important to not rush to conclusions. He also digs into the body cam ...
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A Closer Look

  • Pro-Life Movement Mission, Message, Power & Influence 7.17.20
    Jason Jones: ‘The Race to Save Our Century’, principles to promote peace, freedom and a culture of life; ways the pro-life movement can and must advance the mission to protect and defend vulnerable human life, all life with no exceptions and no geographical border extinctions; the power of ‘story’ to reach people’s hearts & minds.  http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/ACL/ACL20200717.mp3Podcast: ...
  • Happiness, Suffering and Transcendence 07.16.20
    Fr. Robert Spitzer: Clues to our transcendent destiny from the Revelation of Jesus, and our transcendent nature from experience and reason; ‘The Light Shines on in the Darkness’, transforming suffering through faith; satisfying our restless hearts and finding true happiness and transcendent fulfillment. Eucharistic miracles: Sokolka, Poland October 12, 2008  http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/ACL/ACL20200716.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: ...
  • Time for Change, Trusting in God’s Plan, Courage to be Catholic in the Public Square 7.15.20
    Congressman Dan Lipinski: Congressman’s Catholic high school commencement address reminded graduates their “first priority” was heaven; his challenge: “If you really want to change the world, you must choose to be Catholic and carry Jesus into the public square”; Catholic education taught him that “Jesus’ parable of the talents meant I had to use my ...
  • Truth in Media; Truth Always & Everywhere 7.14.20
    Dan Gainor: New twist on ‘Truth in News’ issues with former New York Times staff editor writing public resignation letter calling out the ‘Paper of record’ for pushing ideological “orthodoxy,” kowtowing to Twitter mobs, and the internal “new McCarthyism.”; she also reveals being scolded for not holding to the liberal orthodoxy the NYT expects of ...
  • COVID, Protests, Redefining & Understanding Life, Liberty, Happiness 7.13.20
    Fran Maier: Lumping real persons into abstractions of class, or race, or religion we disincarnate them, abstract them as impersonal data; abstract problems invite abstract solutions; parables and stories are incarnational, they teach truths, help us see why we’re alive, how we should live, and what the world means; knowing the truth is being freed by it. Kathryn Lopez: ...
  • Need to Understand the Constitution, Nationalism, Christian Charity in Social Communications 7.10.20
    Ed Morrissey, guest host – HotAir.com Dr. Randall Smith: Greater respect for the Constitutional order & a willingness to sacrifice our “lives, fortunes, and sacred honor” in its preservation are the only things standing between us and tyranny; students should learn a required understanding of the text of the Constitution; important debate about the virtues and ...
  • Marriage & Divorce in Time of COVID May Surprise; Religious Liberty in Supreme Court Ruling Favors Catholic Families 7.9.20
    Dr. Anne Hendershott: ‘Covidivorces’; Predicted higher rate of divorces during and due to COVID never materialized; there has been a 45 percent decline in the typical monthly average of divorces in NYC alone, and this trend extends to other cities as well; the time in lockdown has made us reassess what is most important to ...
  • Supreme Court Upholds Religious Liberty Rights; Catholic School Network Grows 7.8.20
    Ed Morrissey, hosts Andrew McCarthy, National Review: A victory for Little Sisters of the Poor, but the case will drag on. Pause for progressives. Ed & Andrew discuss: Our Lady of Guadalupe vs Morrissey-Berru. Dale Ahlquist Chesterton Schools Network to open 12 new schools in 2020, spreading the Catholic intellectual tradition. Is there such a thing as ...
  • The Next Pope, Renewed Evangelical Witness, Increased Missionary Fervor, Christ Centered Reform 7.7.20
    George Weigel: New book out today The Next Pope: The Office of Peter and a Church in Mission focuses on the importance and centrality of Vatican II, specifically two key documents from that Council, for the Church now and in the future; what the next pope must do to remain faithful to the Holy Spirit’s ...
  • Troops at Church, SCOTUS, Free Speech & Cancel Culture 7.6.20
    Guest Host, Ed Morrissey of HotAir.com Mike Berry: First Liberty attorney on defense of USAF Major from being court-martialed for going to church; ‘absolutely outrageous that our troops can’t go to church, but they can attend a protest, use mass transit or host house parties’. Ed Morrissey covers Supreme Court decision that states can punish members ...
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Trending with Timmerie

  • Fertility Journey & Feminism 8.7.20
    Pop star, Justin Bieber and his wife Hailey Baldwin share news of their recent baptism:  “following Jesus is actually turning away from sin…it talks about it in the Bible…there’s no faith without obedience.” Beiber says Jesus “found me in my dirt and pulled me out.” Today begins the novena to the Assumption of Mary! Timmerie shares ...
  • BIG NEWS, Sunday Obligation & Marriage 8.6.20
    Timmerie announces big news: baby coming Advent 2020! Choosing a wife with advice from St. John Chrysostom: Who would you die for?  Who are you prepared to love as you are instructed to love by the Holy Spirit in Scripture? If you married a surly woman, you must reform her with gentleness, patience and kindness. Guest, Father ...
  • Talking to Friends About Tough Topics 8.5.20
    Look at the night sky for a beautiful view of Saturn before August 9th. August feast days: Transfiguration, St. Edith Stein. Pandemic producing “new” neighborhood sounds and friends. Guest, Michael Gasparro, Associate MFT: Tips for speaking up in your friend groups when difficult topics come up like porn and the LGBTQ agenda Waiting for marriage:  healing from ...
  • Confusing Things the Pope Says 8.4.20
    Pope Benedict Emeritus: latest news let his scholarly work inspire you!  Why does the American Cancer Society recommend HPV/ Cancer screening so often?  Discussion on more honest conversations about the risks of sex outside of marriage are needed. Compassion, healing, transparency and a path forward for those with STDs. Guest, Joseph Heschmeyer author: Pope Peter: Defending the ...
  • (encore) Happiness & Action 8.3.20
    Today’s broadcast is an encore from June 22, 2020 Happiness: it’s not just about you. We are social beings and the common good matters. Happiness involves living and acting well with the goal of heaven. Guest, Katy Faust, Founder & Director of Them Before Us  & CanaVox: Helps you talk about and understand difficult issues so you can be both a ...
  • Planning Vacation & St. Alphonsus Liguori 7.31.20
    Anticipating a vacation (even a mini-vacation in the time of covid-19)? It’s a very Catholic thing! PopTakes: CNN side steps calling women, “women”; good pro-life news from Mexico; why did the American Frontline Doctors video get silenced so fast? Guest, Fr. Tim Grumbach: discussing St. Alfonsus Liguori – confessors come forward not for punishment, but for ...
  • Marriage, Matchmaking & Crisis Pregnancy Centers 7.30.20
    Don’t be afraid to say you want to be married! What happens when the Catholic ideal of marriage is sought and lived? Marriage: the most powerful relationship in the world! Cooperation, Collaboration & Communication: important for living the one flesh union. Guest, Cristina Pineda, Matchmakers in the City. Are arranged marriages the solution to strengthening marriages, today? Developing ...
  • Covid Weddings, Conversion Therapy & Pregnant Men 7.29.20
    Getting married in the time of covid-19. Guest, Michael Gasparro, Associate MFT: what is conversion therapy and why is Facebook banning mention of it? People who want to seek therapy in line with their conscience should be able to go to a therapist who will not pressure them into actions not aligned with their conscience. Michael shares ...
  • Addiction, Anger & Quitting Porn 7.28.20
    How can you express anger and cultivate virtue? Addiction lives in the deepest part of our brain. Ten signs of addiction. Talking about porn: “When was the last time you used porn?” vs “Do you use porn?” Overcoming addiction: why white knuckling doesn’t work. Three things that DO work. Millennials and porn: shocking trend during the pandemic may ...
  • Obedience & Joy (Happy Hour) 7.27.20
    What will you kneel for? Who will you bow down to?  Actress Olivia de Havilland, “Melanie” from Gone with the Wind passed away this weekend. Do you see the hand of God working in your life? Happy Hour guest, Father Richard Simon, Father Simon Says: love of obedience & the loin cloth?! People want freedom but when ...
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The Miracle Hunter

  • The Miracle Hunter Final Episode
    Miracle News –  Over 48,000 People Sign Online Petition to Open Canonization Cause for Bishop Henrique Soares de Costa Drew Mariani – Host, The Drew Mariani Show. Michael and Drew discuss Drew’s past work as a documentarian. Question of the Week –  Out of all of the interviews Michael has done over the years, which was his ...
  • The Miracle Hunter for July 26, 2020
    Miracle News – Date of Fr. Michael McGivney Beatification Set for October 31st, 2020 Anthony De Stefano – Author, Our Lady’s Wardrobe Trivia – In the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima, Mary changed outfits for the final October 13th apparition. How was she dressed? Question of the Week –  Are Our Lady of America’s apparitions authentic? 365 Days ...
  • THe Miracle Hunter for July 19, 2020
    Miracle News – Msgr. Petar Palic Named New Bishop of the Diocese of Mostar. The Parish of Medjugorje is in this Parish. Fr Adam Tenata – Miracles of Father Johann Baptist Jordan. Trivia -How many miracles were needed for a saint to be declared before Saint John Paull II changed the rules in 1983? Question of the Week ...
  • The Miracle Hunter for July 12, 2020
    Miracle News – Sanctuary of Lourdes is Reopening.  Conjoined Twins at the Head Successfully separated at the Vatican Pediatric Hospital Dr. Gerard Verschuuren – Author, A Catholic Scientist Proves God Exists Trivia – Which element on the periodic table is named for a Catholic scientist? Question of the Week – What is the status of Luz de Maria ...
  • The Miracle Hunter for July 5, 2020
    Miracle News – Pope Francis Approves Miracle Attributed to Dr. Jose Gregario Hernandez Bob Feeney – Author, The Woman Clothed with the Sun, Our Hope. Our Lady of the Rosary of San Nicolas Trivia – Fr. McGivney died at the age of 38. He will become the fifth-youngest person to be beatified by Pope Francis. Can you ...
  • The Miracle Hunter for June 28, 2020
    Miracle News – Beatification Date Set for Carlo Acutis – October 10th. New Trilogy Dedicated to Medjugorje Released in Italian Bookstores Carey Wallace – Author, Stories of the Saints. Saints Trivia – Fr. Michael McGivney will be the fourth person in history to be beatified on American soil. Who were the other three? Question of the Week – ...
  • The Miracle Hunter for June 21, 2020
    (Encore) Miracle News – Medical Commission approves first Knock Miracle. Healed Aneurism Being Reviewed as Miracle Through Sr. Henriette DeLille Dr. John Bergsma – Professor of Theology, Franciscan University at Steubenville. Archaeological finds at Emmaus and Multiplication of Loaves ad Fishes Trivia – How many of the gospels tell the account of the feeding of the 5,000? Question of the ...
  • The Miracle Hunter For June 7, 2020
    (Encore) Miracle News –  New Data Questions Finding that Shroud of Turin is Medieval Hoax Kevin Wells – Discovering the Apparitions of Garabandal. Pilgrimage to Garabandal Trivia –  The 1st Marian Apparition is said to have happened in Spain. Which saint received this vision? Question of the Week – Are there any scientific laboratory documents available online for any ...
  • The Miracle Hunter for May 31, 2020
    (Encore) Miracle News – Texas Woman Miraculously Finds Engagement Ring in 10 Tons of Trash Susan Tassone – Author. Purgatory Trivia – What is the name for early liberation of souls from Purgatory, through the special intercession and petition of the Virgin Mary, which she exercises preferentially on Saturday? Question of the Week – Is there a new message ...
  • The Miracle Hunter for May 24, 2020
    (Encore) Miracle News – Vatican Approves Miracle of Polish Cardinal, Stefan Wyszynski Fr. Eliseo Gonzalez – Vice-Postulator, Bishop Alphonse Gallegos Canonization Cause Trivia – What is the only other Marian apparition approved for Faith Expression? Question of the Week – How does it work praying for two saints like the Fatima children? 365 Days with Mary – OUR LADY OF ...
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St. Joseph's Workshop with Fr. Matthew Spencer

  • Last Show, Souls Changed, Surprises & Lessons, Holy Week 4.3.20
    Father Matthew: surprised by Relevant Radio friends, today. Father shares testimonies of lives changed by Catholic radio…including his own. Everything is a blessing, if we allow God’s mercy to permeate it. The current pandemic situation included. Next week is Holy Week: Close to Jesus to the Last – a five part retreat with Father Rocky will air in ...
  • Big News, St. Pope John Paul II, General Absolution, Radio Silence 4.2.20
    Father Matthew welcomes Timmerie Geagea and they chat about how to share the gospel of Jesus with love and care. Timmerie and Father Matthew discuss the influence of St. Pope John Paul II in their lives. What is truth? What is God communicating to us through his divine revelation? Facts about Sacraments: the proximity of the body ...
  • Good Friday & Votive Mass, Prayer, Reach & Rightness, Jesus in Prayer 4.1.20
    Vatican announces additional intercession for Good Friday and votive mass for the end of covid-19 pandemic. CCC 2777: reflection on the Our Father prayer. Why do we call God, “Our Father?”  Lessons from radio: when Father Matthew realized the numbers of people listening to and relying on Relevant Radio, it brought additional weight to the saying, “with ...
  • Increased Interest in Religion, Faith & Prayer, Lessons, Moses & Seraph Serpent 3.31.20
    The coronavirus pandemic has shown a spike in searches for prayer. Exploring the CCC 2566: prayer in light of the Old Testament. Prayer is the way we try to connect with the Divine; God initiates the communication. Faith and prayer are intertwined. We are called to pray on behalf of others; we are called to imitate ...
  • Technology Bridges Gap, Generosity of Strangers, Collaboration, Today’s Readings 3.30.20
    Father Stephen Spencer joins Father Matthew: discussing the ways technology has quickly filled in during the pandemic. Live streaming masses, rosaries – building community. Out and about during quarantine: Father Stephen shares a heartwarming experience. Baking bread and learning Vietnamese. Father Matthew shares lessons he’s learned as a radio host: it’s easier to do things together than ...
  • Urbi et Orbi, Generosity of St. Joseph, Lessons from Radio, Judging 3.27.20
    Father Matthew reflects on Pope Francis’ special proclamation of the Gospel at the Vatican: Urbi et Orbi. Jesus is in control and he cares what happens to us. Will the pandemic lead to a great spiritual renewal? Year of St. Joseph extended until December 8, 2020 for the Oblates of St. Joseph. To be pious & ...
  • Blessed are the Poor, Virtual Tours, Lessons in Radio, Seeking Validation 3.26.20 
    Who are the poor and why are they blessed? Why does Jesus have a particular love for the materially poor? Do we have an attachment/immoderate love of the material? In this time of self confinement, why not take a virtual tour of Rome? Reflections on the coronavirus spread throughout Italy: will more Christians will come back ...
  • The Solemnity of the Annunciation, St. Joseph’s Role, Memory Lane, Addiction to Sadness 3.25.20
    Today’s feast day completely transformed humanity: darkness became a thing of the past. Beginning of the unfolding of the Paschal Mystery. Just as Mary said “Yes” to God’s will, we are called to do the same. You don’t have to see the future, to be able to say “yes” to God’s will. When God comes into ...
  • Good News, Big Decisions, Holy Hour, Healing 3.24.20
    Creative solutions and heroic actions in Italy during the Covid-19 crisis; great reminders that we are looking toward eternal life. We all have a part to play…stay prepared. Father Matthew shares some insight from Father Jacques Philippe on keeping peace in big decisions: prayer, time/patience, reflection, act, trust. Oblates observe an additional holy hour; the holy order’s ...
  • End of the World, Worldwide Prayer, Cabin Fever, Second Sign 3.23.20
    Why do we continually try to predict the end of the world? It’s a great grace/blessing to not know when the world will end. God doesn’t ask us to live in fear; he says, “do not fear/do not be afraid.” Prayer v Pandemic: Father explains our worldwide prayer campaign to unite in prayer for an end ...
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