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Creating a dedicated prayer space in the home is a great reminder to everyone in the household that prayer is important. Having a corner, or table filled with spiritual items helps to keep the focus on God. A prayer space is so unique and personal to each family. Some prayer corners are very simple with only a Bible and crucifix. Then, there are more elaborate prayer spaces, adorned with liturgical colors, prayer cards, candles, holy water, statues, and flowers. The Catechism of the Catholic Church describes the family as the “domestic church” where we learn to pray. Having a dedicated prayer space is a visible reality of this connection between church and family. Do you have a prayer corner in your home? How did you decide what is placed on the table? Can you describe for us your special prayer space and what it means to the family?

Tell everyone you know not to miss Thursday's broadcast. We will be talking with priests about how the COVID-19 shutdown has impacted their lives and ministries. As laypeople, we know well what we've been going through, especially with the absence of the sacraments in our lives. Fortunately, many of us are now once again able to receive them. But we want to give you a glimpse into our shepherds' experience during this pandemic. Be sure to tune in on Thursday.

On Wednesday, Jerry and Debbie invite you to share with us the Bible verse that you feel captures your life the best. Everyone has favorite passages, but usually there is one that just hits you deep in your soul. Share which one does that for you, and why, on our next broadcast.

At the beginning of Mass we often recite a prayer known as the Confiteor. It’s a Latin word meaning, “I confess.” It’s a sort of mini general confession or admission of our sinfulness. One line has us confess “what I have done, and what I have failed to do.” We don’t always consider those moments when we don’t say what we ought to say, or do what we ought to do, as being sins. Beyond that, those omissions can be quite damaging to others, given the right circumstances. Looking back over your life, there have likely been many times when you have neglected to say or do what you should have in a given situation. On Tuesday, let’s talk about this, even if you don’t wish to share specifics. We can all learn more about the need to say and do the right thing at all times.

This is our monthly show dedicated to praying for our immediate needs. We believe in the power of prayer! When we storm heaven together as the Body of Christ, we take comfort in knowing that God is hearing a massive amount of prayers all at once. If you have an urgent prayer need, please call us and we will join you in prayer. 1-833-288-3986

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