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The Week Ahead on RPR:

Real Presence Live:

Tuesday, April 24th, 2018
Join host Tim Mosser for the following:


Erik Swenson, 9:00-9:20 a.m. CT
Have you been outdoors to enjoy the warming temperatures? We'll join Erik Swenson to talk about importance of staying active and how this can help your spiritual life grow.
Deacon Steve Thomas, 9:20-9:40


Counseling. Some say: "It's not for me!" Some are fearful of it. Some really enjoy it. What about spiritual that necessary? The Diocese of Crookston's Deacon Steve Thomas will share his thoughts.
Jennifer Anderson, 9:40-10:00
Shame and there a "Catholic" way to look at these negative terms? We'll find out as we visit with Jennifer Anderson of Catholic Charities North Dakota.
Rory Beil, 10:00-10:25
We'll sit down with Rory Beil of Clay County Public Health to talk about a new program called "Building Compassionate Schools." It seeks to build a network of support in public schools to help children work through the trauma of abuse, neglect, or family dysfunction. It's a nice idea. But will it actually work? We'll find out more.
Nancy Jo Sullivan, 10:25-11:00
Nancy Jo Sullivan will share her story of the difficult and incredible blessing of raising a child with Down Syndrome. She'll explain how God's blessings come to us in disguise and how the experience has impacted her entire family.
*Encore Saturday at 7:00-9:00 a.m., or listen to the podcast!

Real Presence Live:

Thursday, April 26th, 2018
Join hosts Andy Shaw & Fr. Michel Mulloy for the following:

Chris Faddis, 9:00-9:20 a.m. CT
Is it possible to have health insurance for you and your family and still be sure that your conscience as a Catholic is protected? We'll find out as we visit with Chris Faddis.
Fr. Joel Hastings, 9:20-9:40
Have you ever wondered why Easter is called "Easter," why it goes so long, or what the difference between the Easter Octave and the rest of Easter is? We'll join the Diocese of Duluth's Fr. Joel Hastings to help answer these questions.
Chris Motz, 9:40-10:00
A couple months ago, we received an important update on two pro-life bills that would be coming up for votes in the South Dakota Legislature. What were the results? Chris Motz, Executive Director of the South Dakota Catholic Conference, will tell us more.
Jim Kinyon & Natalie Lecy, 10:00-10:30
What would you do if you were given a $1.4 million grant? We'll find out what Jim Kinyon and Natalie Lecy of Catholic Social Services in Rapid City will be doing with the one that they recently received for the Uplifting Parents Program (Program UP).
Fr. Keith Streifel, 10:30-11:00
When Jesus said: "If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask for whatever you want and it will be done for you," did He actually mean it? Really? Anything? We'll dig into this further with the Diocese of Bismarck's Fr. Keith Streifel in our Sunday Gospel preview.
*Encore Saturday at 7:00-9:00 a.m., or listen to the podcast!


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