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Daybreak

  • Daybreak for April 23, 2019 Tuesday in the Octave of Easter Saints of the Day: Saints Felix, Fortunatus, and Achilleus; sent by St. Irenaeus to Valence to evangelize; arrested, tortured, and eventually executed in 212 A.D. Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 4/23/19 Gospel: John 20:11-18 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20190423.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Daybreak for April 22, 2019 Monday in the Octave of Easter Saint of the Day: St. Tarbula; sister of St. Simeon, the Persian bishop and martyr; consecrated virgin, martyred by the anti-Christian Persian King Shapur; died 345 A.D. Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 4/22/19 Gospel: Matthew 28:8-15 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20190422.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Daybreak for April 21, 2019 Easter Sunday Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 4/21/19 Gospel: John 20:1-9 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20190421.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Daybreak for April 20, 2019 Holy Saturday Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 4/20/19 Gospel: Luke 24:1-12 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20190420.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Daybreak for April 19, 2019 Good Friday No mass is celebrated; a day of fast and abstinence Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 4/19/19 Gospel: John 18:1-19:42 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20190419.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Daybreak for April 18, 2019 Holy Thursday Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 4/18/19 Gospel: John 13:1-15 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20190418.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Daybreak for April 17, 2019 Wednesday of Holy Week Saint of the Day: St. Stephen Harding, 1050-1134; instrumental in the 12th Century growth of the Cistercian order Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 4/17/19 Gospel: Matthew 26:14-25 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20190417.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Daybreak for April 16, 2019 Tuesday of Holy Week Saint of the Day: St. Bernadette Soubirous, 1844-1879; Received visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Lourdes, France, from February to July of 1858 Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 4/16/19 Gospel: John 13:21-33, 36-38 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20190416.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Daybreak for April 14, 2019 Palm Sunday; the beginning of Holy Week Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 4/14/19 Gospel: Luke 22:14-23:56 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20190414.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Daybreak for April 13, 2019 Saturday of the Fifth Week of Lent Saint of the Day: Pope St. Martin I, 598-655; became pope in 649; proclaimed the dual wills of Christ, was captured and tortured; he was spared execution, but died shortly afterward Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 4/13/19 Gospel: John 11:45-56 https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/Daybreak/Daybreak20190413.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
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Morning Air

  • Story of Forgiveness from Fr. Ubald, Final check-in with Monday Lenten Group Mon. April 22nd-Hour 2 The final check-in with our Monday Lenten Group with Fr. Burke Masters along with an Easter story from John. Sr. Brittany Harrison shares a story of forgiveness from Fr. Ubald. Glen’s Story Corner https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20190422a.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Happy Marriages, Discernment Process, FOCUS and Prayer, Homily Highlights Mon. April 22nd-Hour 1. How Happy Marriages can save the world with Lisa Mladinich. The Discernment Process with Jane Korvemaker. Upcoming National Catholic Prayer Breakfast with FOCUS founder Curtis Martin. Homily Highlights-Cardinal Sean O’Malley, Cardina Blaise Cupich, Bishop Michael Fisher. Glen’s Story Corner https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20190422b.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Sufferings and worrying, Good Friday, Passion Gospel Fri. April 19th-Hour 2 Gary Zimak on the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory. A reading of the Passion Gospel. Relevant Radio Executive Director Fr. Rocky on Good Friday https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20190419a.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • People at Empty Tomb, Between Good Friday & Easter, Easter Vigil Gospel, Passion Reading Fri. April 19th-Hour 1. Steve Ray on the People at the Empty Tomb. A Reading of the Friday Gospel Passion. Fr. Edward Looney on what to do between Good Friday and Easter Vigil/Sunday. Glen’s Story Corner https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20190419b.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Conversions to the Faith and Eucharistic Amazement Thurs. April 18th-Hour 2 Msgr. Stuart Swetland on conversions to the faith in light of Easter Vigil. Fr. James Kubicki on Eucharistic Amazement and more conversion stories. https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20190418a.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Birthday of the Priesthood, Those at Foot of Cross, Faith and Politics, Reality of Suffering Thurs. April 18th-Hour 1. Those at the Foot of the Cross with Steve Ray. Faith and Politics with Congressman Dan Lipinski. Msgr. James Shea on the Birthday of the Priesthood. The reality of suffering as explained by Fr. Robert McTeigue https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20190418b.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Wednesday Lenten Group and Self-Justification Wed. April 17th-Hour 2 Our Wednesday Lenten Group with Fr. Marcel Taillon and final days of Lent. Dave Durand on Self-Justifications that destroy success and relationships. https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20190417a.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Holy Week in Workplace, Gethsemane to Calvary, Barabbas View, Reacting to Notre Dame Cathedral Wed. April 17th-Hour 1 From Gethsemane to Calvary with Steve Ray. Balancing Holy Week and the workplace as discussed by Bro. Greg Cellini. Taking the point of view of Barabbas with Allan Wright. John and Glen take your calls about the Notre Dame Cathedral Fire. Glen’s Story Corner https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20190417b.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Notre Dame Cathedral, Cong Lipinski on Faith/Politics, Learning from Judas Tues. April 16th-Hour 2 Fr. Gerry Murray reflects on Notre Dame Cathedral. What we could learn from Judas with Fr. Matthew Spencer. Congressman Dan Lipinski on faith and politics in DC. A Priestly 25th Anniversary with Bishop Bill Wack of the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20190416a.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Holy Thursday and Upper Room, The Chrism Mass Tues. April 16th Hour 1 The significance of Holy Thursday and the Upper Room with Steve Ray. A Marian Pilgrimage across the United States with Marge Fenelon. Bishop Brendan Cahill of the Diocese of Victoria, TX on the Chrism Mass. Glen’s Story Corner https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/morningair/MA20190416b.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
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The Patrick Madrid Show

  • The Patrick Madrid Show: April 22, 2019 – Hour 1 Sri Lanka Easter church and hotel bombings kill at least 290 and 500 injured Caller asks why the bishop places his hand on a confirmandi’s right shoulder instead of left Tradition with a capital “T” vs. tradition with a lowercase “T” Caller: Nick asks if there is an exception to the Sunday obligation for emergency workers such as ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: April 22, 2019 – Hour 2 Listener email has an IUD because she has cancer and does not want to get pregnant. Patrick advises practicing NFP Caller: Martha asks where she can go to learn more about NFP Caller: Bernie has a friend who is homebound and when the Eucharistic minister brought her communion, she never consumed it. The host is still sitting ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: April 22, 2019 – Hour 3 Caller: Elaine asks about “being hung on a tree” in Acts 10:34. She also asks for explanation on the tongues of fire when the Holy Spirit came upon the apostles Caller: Rosemary asks for clarification on who can have their feet washed at the Last Supper mass Caller: Sal is frustrated because he was praying the rosary ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: April 19, 2019 – Hour 1 Praying the rosary daily, making an examination of conscience before bed, and giving big tips to service workers are habits you can implement year round, not just Lent Caller: Antonin calls in from France and was bothered by some comments made on Relevant Radio re: Notre Dame Cathedral that Catholicism has died among the French Caller: Tom ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: April 19, 2019 – Hour 2 Caller: Mary asks where Joseph was when Jesus was dying. Patrick explains that it is believed he died years prior Caller: Bonnie comments on a call from the other day regarding a pro-abortion commencement speaker at Mt. St. Mary’s Caller: Lilia’s husband is a convert and is a little confused why we venerate the cross today. Isn’t ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: April 19, 2019 – Hour 3 Caller: Andrew asks about washing of the feet for men only and at mass only. Is Pope Francis is the one who has taken it to prisons and other religions etc? Patrick explains the meaning behind the washing of the feet; it was part of the process of Jesus ordaining the apostles as the first priests Caller: ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: April 18, 2019 – Hour 1 Nearly 100 abortion workers seek help to leave jobs after seeing ‘Unplanned’ Patrick discusses when he read Mark Twain’s autobiography and what he learned about the futility of life Caller: Gloria asks if women can participate in the traditional washing of the feet at Holy Thursday service Man with gas cans arrested at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: April 18, 2019 – Hour 2 Caller: Steve asks if since Pope Francis allowed women to have their feet washed if this preludes women eventually being allowed to enter the priesthood Ordinatio Sacerdotalis: Apostolic letter of John Paul II to the bishops of the Catholic Church on reserving priestly ordination to men alone Caller: Sean asks for explanation of Psalm 22 Caller: Diane is ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: April 18, 2019 – Hour 3 Caller: Megan is in a Facebook debate about abortion and she is stumped on the argument of rape Caller: Mike finds it ironic that when a priest holds the monstrance he veils his hands, yet lay people receive communion in the bare hand Caller: Meghan asks about women wearing veils in mass Authorities are still looking into the ...
  • The Patrick Madrid Show: April 17, 2019 – Hour 1 Caller: Kip is puzzled why Jesus’ crown of thorns was being kept in Notre Dame Cathedral while under the ownership of the French government instead of the Catholic Church World Health Organization says measles cases rose 300% worldwide in the first 3 months of 2019. New numbers show 555 cases have been reported in the U.S. Caller: ...
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The Inner Life

  • The Inner Life April 22nd – Easter Joy Easter joy. Christ is risen from the dead. He is risen indeed! As we enter the season of Easter, what brings you joy in your relationship with Christ? Father Marcel Tiallon and Chuck Neff discusses Easter joy and what it should look like.   Email Story – Shares how a couple of young children were murdered on ...
  • The Inner Life April 19th – Good Friday Good Friday. What does our Lords suffering mean to you? Today is the day we see the greatest goodness the world has ever known. Father Matthew Spencer joins Chuck Neff to help show you the way.   Caller Story – Jesus and her faith helped her through her cancer treatment. Caller Story – She is a single mother ...
  • The Inner Life April 18th – Holy Thursday Holy Thursday, today we celebrate The Last Supper and the creation of the priesthood. Father Chris Collins joins Chuck to discuss the importance of The Last Supper and the creation of the priesthood on Holy Thursday.   Caller Story – She went to a Cursillo retreat where they had washing of the feet, and that retreat changed ...
  • The Inner Life April 17th – Confession Confession, the sacrament that brings us back into communion with God. Why do we have confession? Why is it important for us to go? Chuck and Father Tim Monahan help show you the way.   Caller Story – She went back to confession for the first time in 12 years this Lent, it has changed her life. Caller ...
  • The Inner Life April 16th – The Chrism Mass Chrism Mass. What is a Chrism Mass? Why does the Church have them? Is it any different from a regular Mass? Father Daniel Schuster joins Chuck Neff to explain the significance of the Chrism Mass.   Caller Story – She brought her kids into the Church and they were anointed with the oils. Caller Story – She feels ...
  • The Inner Life April 15th – Best Holy Week Practices Holy Week. One of the most important weeks in the Church, but what are some of the best Holy Week practices? What should you do if you miss Holy Thursday Mass or Good Friday Service? Father Glenn Sudano and Chuck starts your Holy Week off right with best Holy Week Practices   Caller Story – Don’t dwell ...
  • The Inner Life April 12th – Palm Sunday Palm Sunday. Who are you in the passion story? Are you part of the crowd wanting to crucify Jesus, or maybe you are Peter, denying that you know Jesus. Chuck and Father Paul Gawlowski walks us through the passion of Jesus.   Caller Story – She identifies with both Mary Magdalene and Mother Mary Caller Story – She ...
  • The Inner Life April 11th – Friendship With Jesus Friendship in Christ. What does your friendship with Jesus look like? Close and intimate, or distant and rocky. Chuck and Fr Michael Hurley will help us understand what having a friendship with Jesus looks like and how you can strengthen your relationship with the Lord.   Caller Story – She was privileged enough the meet JPII 9 ...
  • The Inner Life April 10th – Family Life Family. We all have one, and while it might be crazy from time to time, they are meant to be life giving. How does our family life prepare us for heaven? Chuck and Father Gary Caster will sort it out for you.   Caller Question – Has triplet daughters who say he is supposed to raise boys ...
  • The Inner Life April 9th – Being Christ-Like is a Life Long Journey What does it mean to be Christ-Like? It the journey of a lifetime, and takes a lifetime to get there. Chuck and Father Ethan Southard will show us the way on becoming Christlike.   Caller Story – A dying woman showed her the path to following Jesus and brought her to her faith and to Relevant Radio. Caller ...
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Go Ask Your Father

  • Go Ask Your Father April 22nd – Earth Day Jesus is risen! He is risen indeed! Msgr. Swetland discusses the Resurrection as well as earth day, and answers email questions in an attempt to keep up with all of your emails. Catechetical Corner – On the third day, He rose again! http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/father/father20190422.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Go Ask Your Father April 19th – The Hour of Jesus Are you ready for the Truth? Can you handle the death of Jesus? The hour of Jesus is at hand.   Caller Question – Is there a parallel between the story of the Samaritan and the story of the rich man? Caller Question – Can Msgr. explain how Pilate and Herod became friends over Jesus death? Caller Question – ...
  • Go Ask Your Father April 18th – The Triduum We start The Triduum today with Holy Thursday. Are you ready for the Crucifixion? Are you ready for the Resurrection? Easter is upon us, make time for Jesus over the next few days.   Caller Question – How can we bring the tradition of the chapel veil back to the Church? Caller Question – What is the age ...
  • Go Ask Your Father April 17th – What is the Glory of God? What is the glory of God? Do you know what it is? Do you know how and where to look for it coming into Easter? Msgr. gives you some insight on the glory of God and how to find it this Easter season.   Caller Question – What is the Didiache? Caller Question – What is more important, ...
  • Go Ask Your Father April 16th – Are Relics Bad? Are relics biblical? Are they superstitious and wrong? Some think so, but Msgr. disagrees and explains why they are fine and why they are important to Catholics.   Caller Question – Is it okay that his wife listens to ACDC? Caller Question – How can she deal with superstition and OCD as a Catholic? Caller Question – What does ...
  • Go Ask Your Father April 15th – Do You Believe Jesus Is Worth It? Do you believe Jesus is worth it? All of the prayer and penance you did during Lent, is Jesus worth that? Our hope is that you say yes. Msgr. has some insight on why Jesus is, in fact, worth all of it.   Caller Question – What is the Churches teaching on divorce? Caller Question – What would ...
  • Go Ask Your Father April 12th – Are You Ready For Holy Week? Are you ready for Holy Week? Did it sneak up on you? What have you done to prepare for Holy Week? What more can you do to prepare? Msgr. shares what you can do.   Caller Question – What is Msgr’s. take on IVF? Caller Question – What does the Church teach about DNR orders? Caller Question – Is ...
  • Go Ask Your Father April 11th – Who Should Get Our Attention First? Who should get our attention first? Who should we go to first when speaking the good news of Jesus? Msgr. has a suggestion for who you should start with.   Caller Question – Where do we get the idea that Jesus was raised after 3 days? Caller Question – He was told that not bowing his head during ...
  • Go Ask Your Father April 10th – Do You Believe in Everlasting Life? Do you believe in everlasting life? What does that mean exactly? Msgr. explains   Caller Question – Why can’t souls in purgatory pray for themselves? Caller Question – Is it okay to use your phone during Mass for prayers? Caller Question – She heard that in “The Our Father” that when we pray “Give us this day our daily ...
  • Go Ask Your Father April 9th – Are You A Patient Person? Do you have patience with the Lord? Are you willing to wait for Him to work in your life? The Lord will work in your life, but He will work on His time, not ours. Msgr. explains the importance of being patient during these last weeks of Lent.   Caller Question – Luke 19: 27-28, Jesus says ...
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Fr. Simon Says

  • Father Simon Says April 22nd – The Resurrection Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains the resurrection of Jesus and the the response and joy of the disciples on Easter Sunday.   Email Question – Can Father explain 1st Timothy 3:15? Email Question – Can she attend an Indian service of her friend? Caller Question – How can he connect with his brother who is no longer in ...
  • Father Simon Says April 19th – Good Friday Gospel Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon goes through today’s gospel reading for Good Friday. http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/FSS/fss20190419.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Father Simon Says April 18th – Judas Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains why Judas betrayed the Son of Man, and how the betrayal fits in with The Last Supper.   Email Question – Why did Jesus say to Mary, “Do not hold on to me”? Email Question – How do we know the exact date of Jesus’s death? Email Question – Should Catholics not eat ...
  • Father Simon Says April 17th – Are We Destined for Eternity? Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains that we are creatures destined for eternity and we need to change our view that this world is the fullest of reality, its not.   Email Question – Is there any significance to the number of firefighters it took to put out the fire at Norte Dame? Email Question – Is it ...
  • Father Simon Says April 16th – Jesus and Judas Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains the Last Supper and how Jesus still loved Judas, even though He knew that he would betray Him.   Email Question – Can father explain relics Email Question – How do you know when God is talking to you? Caller Question – Genisis 6:3 Caller Question – What is the difference between “The ancient ...
  • Father Simon Says April 15th – The Suffering Servant Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains the prophecy of a suffering servant from the old testament and how those writings align with Jesus, and how He was the suffering servant writing about.   Email Question – Can a Passion play omit the gospel reading? Email Question – Do we know what ever happened to Lazarus? Email Question – Where ...
  • Father Simon Says April 12th – Are You A Good Christian? Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains the idea of faith and good works and how others judge us as a Christian based on our works for others, and how this doesn’t actually work as an argument for you being a good Christian   Email Question – How do you respond to a people who say things are ...
  • Father Simon Says April 11th – Is Abraham the Father of the Jews? Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains how Abraham is the father of the Jews, even though he wasn’t Jewish, but he was also the father of many nations, and how this came to be when God changed his name.   Email Question – How do we define adultery and lust and how do we know when we ...
  • Father Simon Says April 10th – Words Change, and So Do We Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon talks about how we want an exact, literal translation of the bible, but explains that it does not exist because words change meaning over time.   Email Question – Her friend is in a complicated relationship, what can she do? Email Question – Would people have known what Jesus meant when He referred ...
  • Father Simon Says April 9th – Do We Actually Want Freedom? Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon talks about how we as humans are complain a lot and are willing to give up our freedom for the things we want. Just like the followers of Moses did in the desert.   Email Question – You said Jesus doesn’t judge but He does come to judge at the end of ...
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The Drew Mariani Show

  • Bombings in Sri Lanka Hour 1 of 4-22-19 Dr. Matthew Schmalz updates you in the terrible bombing that happened Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka. Peter Johnson discusses the idea of securing churches and maintaining self-defense. Dr. Jeffrey Long joins Drew to explain near death experiences.
  • Chaplet/Case for the resurrection Hour 2 of 4-22-19 Chaplet of Divine Mercy Carl Olson presents arguments which support evidence of the resurrection of Christ. https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/mariani/DM20190422b.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Shroud of Turin Hour 3 of 4-22-19 Do you believe the Shroud of Turin, the cloth that covered the buried Christ, is legitimate? Dr. Gilbert Lavoie was originally a skeptic, but is now convinced. He joins Drew to present the facts. https://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/mariani/DM20190422c.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Chaplet/Connection Between the Passover and Jesus’ Passion Hour 1 of 4-19-19 Listen in for the Chaplet of Divine Mercy this hour, and pray along with Drew as we reflect on the death of Christ. We pray this prayer and devotion one hour earlier today due to the live Stations of the Cross. Roy Schoeman reflects on the correlations between the Jewish Passover and Jesus’ ...
  • Stations of the Cross Hour 2 of 4-19-19 Fr. Rocky, executive director of Relevant Radio, leads you through the Stations of the Cross live at the Shrine of Christ’s Passion in St. John, IN. If you would like to learn more about this beautiful shrine, visit their website here. At the hour of Christ’s death on the cross, let’s join ...
  • Jesus’ passion on the cross through the eyes of a physician Hour 3 of 4-19-19 Have you truly contemplated just how much Jesus suffered out of love for you? Jesus is pleased when you take the time to reflect on His passion. In fact, He told St. Faustina this: “There is more merit to one hour of meditation on his sorrowful Passion than there is to a ...
  • The Biblical roots of the Mass / Eucharist Hour 1 of 4-18-19 Do you believe that Jesus was speaking the truth about the Eucharist? On this Holy Thursday, we reflect on the Eucharist, the priesthood, and the origins of how Jesus instituted them. Dr. John Bergsma joins Drew to explain how when we go to Mass, we are renewing the covenant that God made ...
  • Chaplet / Divine Mercy Novena Hour 2 of 4-18-19 You are not alone, and we are always here to pray for you! Let’s gather together to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet for the entire Relevant Radio family. On this Holy Thursday, let’s especially pray for priests, for their vocation, strength, and protection. One priest in particular is receiving threats, so be ...
  • The Last Hours of Jesus: From Gethsemane to Golgotha Hour 3 of 4-18-19 This Holy Week, we hope you have taken time to ponder the events of the passion of Christ. Steve Ray details the events of the Passover meal which became the Eucharist at the Last Supper. Steve Ray explains that it all began in the upper room; Jesus gave the disciples His body ...
  • Judas Hour 1 of 4-17-19 Jesus said in Scripture that it would have been better if Judas was never born. He of course was the one who was a traitor and had Jesus arrested for pieces of silver. It is also said that Satan entered him when Jesus handed him a morsel at the Last Supper. Does ...
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A Closer Look

  • More Powerful Than Evil & Crisis; More Life Giving Than Lies (encore) Maureen Flynn: Confront unprecedented moral crises with coalition to ‘Pray and Fast for America 2019’; spiritual weapons more powerful than evil. Dr. Marguerite Duane: Bringing fertility awareness to the medical community; what women’s real reproductive health means (and medical schools don’t teach). Caller: Julie asks about widespread early use of the birth control pill for endometriosis and ...
  • A CLoser Look With Sheila Liaugminas Guests include Msgr. Stuart Swetland and Fr. Robert Gahl Sheila and  Msgr. Stuart Swetland discuss, Pope Francis, Holy Thursday, Triduum liturgies; washing inmates’ feet at Mass of Lord’s Supper; Chrism Mass message to priests. https://www.vaticannews.va/en/pope/news/2019-04/pope-francis-lords-supper-prison-washing-feet.html Sheila and Fr. Robert Gahl Pope Benedict’s essay on the Church and abuse scandal. They also talk about connecting Benedict’s messages to Holy Thursday, priesthood, Eucharist, witness of the faithful. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/full-text-of-benedict-xvi-the-church-and-the-scandal-of-sexual-abuse-59639 http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/ACL/ACL20190418.mp3Podcast: ...
  • George Weigel: Church as Community of Disciples in Mission, Rebuilding is Part of That April 17, 2019 Topics ‘Church as Community of Disciples in Mission, Rebuilding is Part of That’ George Weigel: The Church as community of disciples in mission; Pope Benedict’s letter on Church scandal & way forward; anniversary of Cardinal George passing & current situation of Cardinal George Pell; Notre Dame Cathedral & rebuilding the Church We can’t just talk ...
  • Christians Can & Must Influence Culture Through the Arts 4.16.19 April 16, 2019 Dana Gioia: Christianity’s continuing importance in contemporary culture; the spiritual dimensions of literature and the arts; rehabilitate Catholic tradition. Pastor Jason Noble: ‘Breakthrough’ film true story of invincible faith, hope, love; believe against all odds; prayer can work miracles.    http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/ACL/ACL20190416.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • A CLoser Look With Sheila Liaugminas Guests include Bishop Thomas Paprocki and Prof. Duncan Stroik Pope Benedict XVI letter on the Church and abuse scandal, a closer look; Bishop’s thoughts and analysis Renowned sacred architecture expert looks at Notre Dame destruction, what was lost, what may remain, impact on people.  https://www.amazon.com/Church-Building-Sacred-Place-Transcendence/dp/1595250379   http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/ACL/ACL20190415.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • A CLoser Look With Sheila Liaugminas Guests include Dr. Edward Sri and Carl Olson 4/12/2019 Be mindful in preparing for Holy Week; a closer look at ‘No Greater Love: A Biblical Walk Through Christ’s Passion. Sheila talks about how to have a good holy week.   https://shop.ascensionpress.com/collections/no-greater-love   Pope Benedict’s essay on abuse scandal; asserts nature of the Church, strongly pushes back against teaching rooted in pragmatism or shifting fads; moral theology and ...
  • Pope Emeritus Benedict’s Essay; Cribs for Life; Compassion in Crisis 4.11.19 April 11, 2019 Topics: Pope Emeritus Benedict’s Essay; Cribs for Life; Compassion in Crisis Commentary on Pope Emeritus Benedict’s essay ‘The Church and the scandal of sexual abuse’ Gregory Brown: Knights of Columbus Carpenter teaches teens to be pro-life through their trade Mary FioRito: Compassionate alternatives for ‘abortion as choice’ in crisis pregnancy; ‘Unplanned’ repercussions throughout the country Bernard ...
  • Fr. Robert Spitzer: What is truth? Speaking truth to power 4.10.19 April 10, 2019 Topics ‘Speaking ‘Your Truth’ vs. Telling Your Story; ‘Her Truth’ & ‘Me Too’; Pilate Asked: “What is truth?”’ Fr. Robert Spitzer: Trend growing to ‘Speak Your Truth’; ‘Her Truth’ now a big part of the ‘Me Too’ movement; what about ‘The Truth’?; transcendent reality is the highest truth, highest good, and highest beauty; ...
  • Dr. Aaron Kheriaty: Human gene editing 4.9.19 April 9, 2019 Topics ‘Biotechnology, Human Gene Editing, Promise & Perils’ Dr. Aaron Kheriaty: Gene editing of humans, genetic engineering, “redesigning human nature”, technology “as powerful as atomic bomb”, people need to know; ongoing push for physician assisted suicide across states, ‘culture of death’ must be confronted by compassionate care. Some call gene editing, “enhancement” – we need ...
  • Culture of Death/Life; Meeting Christ Through Peter in Mark’s Gospel 4.8.19 April 8, 2019 Topics ‘Culture of Death, Culture of Life; Meeting Christ Through Peter in Mark’s Gospel’ Jason Jones: White House, State Dept. on Chinese policy of forced abortions, genocide of Uyghurs, China’s ongoing human rights atrocities; why ‘Unplanned’ is widely resonating when other pro-life films weren’t hits.  Dr. Michael Pakaluk: ‘Memoirs of St. Peter’; new translation of ...
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St. Joseph's Workshop with Fr. Matthew Spencer

  • Martyrdom, Divine Mercy, Re-scripting the Gospel, Zombie Catholics 4.22.19 Resurrection: the most significant event in history. Easter Sunday terror attacks on Christians in Sri Lanka; contemplating martyrdom and sainthood in the face of such evil. Two criteria for martyrdom:  willingness to die for the faith; death from hatred for the Church. Novena of Divine Mercy: we are living in a special time to be able ...
  • St. Joseph’s Workshop 4/12/2019 Father talks about how to work to avoid the influence of evil in our lives. He also discusses the use of sacramental.  Our sufferings when we unite them with the sufferings of Jesus have a power to protect us from the evil one. Trust in God’s plan for you. Benedict the 16th letter was published yesterday. ...
  • Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI; Renewal; Covenant of Faith 4.11.19 April 11, 2019 Reflections on Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI: ‘The Church and the scandal of sexual abuse’   The best part of the letter is the solution: return to prayer for renewal in the Church. Turn back to the Lord in the Blessed Sacrament and in the liturgy. Covenantal aspects of our faith are more than a contract/arrangement. ...
  • Living a life focused on God; M87 4.10.19 April 10, 2019 Marketing and attention engineering – is your attention fragmented? How do you “collect your thoughts”? Give God your time, focus less on passing things and more on eternal. Study uncovers the surprising drinking habits of surface actors. Today is an exciting day for astrophysicists: first photographic evidence of a black hole M87 captured. Reflection on the ...
  • Finding holiness in our weakness 4.8.19 Dark triad vs. Light triad; to be a saint is not about a collection of personality traits; it’s to choose God’s will vs our own will. The particular struggles and temptations don’t define whether you make it to heaven or not; your weaknesses provide opportunities to rely on God’s strength. To be productive is not a measure ...
  • An Improper Eulogy, Righteous Anger, and College Students Helping Religious Sisters 4.5.19 April 5, 2019 Is your anger righteous when it is because of someone else’s sin? Stanford students help the Cloistered Dominican Sisters at Corpus Christi Monastery in Menlo Park, CA. How can you help those around you during Lent? Father gives a few practical tips. Father shares a personal story never revealed before on the air. It involves ...
  • Washington D.C.; Christology; Confession 4.4.19 Archbishop Wilton Gregory appointed in Washington D.C. Relevant Radio coming to Washington D.C. July 2019. Christology and the many titles of Jesus, in scripture: “Friend” is a title Jesus uses to describe himself; and to invite us to become like him. Recommended read: St. Thomas a Kempis’s classic work on Jesus: The Imitation of Christ. Should you ...
  • Drama; Hopelessness; Renewal in the Church 4.3.19 April 3, 2019 Drama; Hopelessness; Renewal in the Church What to do when petty drama is afflicting your parish. How to identify feelings of hopelessness. Father Matthew shares Dr. Jeff Mirus’ article: 10 Steps Every Bishop Can Take To Renew the Church Reflection on today’s reading and Gospel.   http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/spencer/MS20190403.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • Pope Francis; Sugar/Sin; Tennis/Spiritual Life 4.2.19 April 2, 2019 Christus Vivit: A First Look at Pope Francis’ New Letter to Youth. We need to propose to young people: look to the Saints for models of holiness. At this moment you are infinitely loved. Giving up sugar allows your brain to need less of it. Giving up sin and relying on the grace of reconciliation, ...
  • Living through times of scandal 4.1.19 April 1, 2019 Our happiness doesn’t come from living in peaceful times; to be happy means to live in God’s will/abide in His presence. Even in times of great scandal, we can live this moment well. Trusting the sacraments — especially in the sacrament of reconciliation/confession — deepens our faith and trust in the Church, NY Times writer ...
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The Miracle Hunter

  • The Miracle Hunter for April 21, 2019 Miracle News – Various items and vast interior saved from the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. New cause for canonization moves forward in Vermont. Barrie Schwortz – Photographer of the Shroud of Turin. Michael and Barrie discuss the Shroud. Was it a hoax? Question of the Week – What was the only U.S. university to participate in ...
  • The Miracle Hunter for April 14, 2019 Miracle News – Weeping statue of Mary reported in Fiji Josh Jackson, PhD – What is the current state of the Shroud of Turin? Question of the Week – Where is the Sudarium from? Sr. Margaret Petcavage – The incredible life of Mother Maria Kaupas http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/miraclehunter/MH20190413.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • The Miracle Hunter For April 7, 2019 Miracle News – Rare ancient treasures with baring biblical names discovered in Jerusalem’s city of David DeVon Franklin – Producer, Breakthrough What is the highest grossing faith film since The Passion of The Christ, in 2004? Dan Cheely – Church Historian & Host of the Dan Cheely Show   http://relevantradio-od.streamguys1.com/miraclehunter/MH20190407.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
  • The Miracle Hunter for March 31, 2019 (Encore) Miracle News – 150 year old Bible serves as symbol of perseverance after surviving church fires Sharon Amaya – Mary our Mother Foundation. Michael and Sharon talk about the apparitions of St. Michael the Archangel Question of the Week – Besides Gabriel and Michael, what other angel is mentioned by name in the canonical books of the ...
  • The Miracle Hunter For March 24, 2019 Miracle News – 150 year old Bible serves as symbol of perseverance after surviving church fires Sharon Amaya – Mary our Mother Foundation. Michael and Sharon talk about the apparitions of St. Michael the Archangel Question of the Week – Besides Gabriel and Michael, what other angel is mentioned by name in the canonical books of the ...
  • The Miracle Hunter for March 17, 2019 Miracle News – Mammoth statue of Jesus planned for Russian site once set aside for Lenin. Crucifix at St. Jude’s Shrine, India allegedly bleeds Susan Hines-Brigger – Author, Lent with Padre Pio. Michael and Susan discuss the connection between the greatest modern-miracle working saint and Lent Question of the Week – Which gospel does not account Jesus ...
  • The Miracle Hunter for March 10, 2019 Miracle News – The New York Appeals Court has ruled for the remains of Venerable Fulton J. Sheen to be moved from New York to Peoria, IL Tom Sullivan – Producer, The Unfinished Symphony. Michael and Tom discuss the life of Venerable Al Schwartz Question of the Week – What do Byzantine Catholics celebrate every Saturday during ...
  • The Miracle Hunter for March 3, 2019 Miracle News – Statue of Our Lady of America to be processed at the National Basilica in Washington D.C. Fr. Pat McCloskey – Author, Saint of the Day. Michael and Fr. Pat discuss saints Question of the Week – Who is the youngest Saint or Blessed from the United States? Carrie Gress – Author, The Anti-Mary Exposed. Michael and ...
  • The Miracle Hunter for February 24, 2019 Miracle News – Pope Francis approves the canonization of Blessed John Henry Newman Richard May – Expert on the life of Nicholas Black Elk. Michael and Richard discuss the Nicholas Black Elk’s path to sainthood, and if there are any miracles found through his intercession Question of the Week – What are the three countries with the ...
  • The Miracle Hunter for February 17, 2019 Miracle News – New authorization given to Mary Queen of the family David Carollo – Executive Director, Blue Army of Fatima. Michael and David discuss the children of Fatima Question of the Week – Before the canonization of the shepherd children of Fatima on May 13th, 2017, who was the youngest non-martyr saint? Dr. Jacek Mostwin – Lourdes ...
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