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The response to our show on Thursday was once again more than we could get to on the air in the one hour that we have together. So, we’re going to do a part two on detachment on Friday. If you were on the line when the show ended, you move to the front of the line on Friday.
When we think of the virtue of detachment, we think of getting rid of material things and such. We may even think about detaching from distractions (gadgets) so we can focus on God. But did you know that St. Therese of Lisieux really worked on the detachment from the “outcome” of things. She was not attached to what the result would be. She had normal thoughts, feelings and desires about things, which is good. But, she quickly realized that the attachment or control over the outcome leaves very little room for God to work His plan and show His magnificence. Share with us how you have let go and let God…1-833-288-3986
October is the Month of the Holy Rosary, and Wednesday is the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. We can't let this date pass us by without discussing how the Virgin Mary has helped us along the road of life. Please call in and share how Our Lady has "been there" for you when you have needed her. It is guaranteed to be a heartwarming conversation.
Fear is a part of human life. There are countless things we can fear. That we might lose our job. That someone we love will not return that love. That we won’t be able to make a mortgage payment or a car payment. It’s very natural for these types of fears to present themselves to us. It’s what we do with them that matters most. Jesus says in Scripture, “Fear is useless; what is needed is trust.” On Tuesday, let’s have a lively conversation about fear and how to keep it from dominating our lives.
If you’re retired, then Monday’s show is for you. Retirement is something many people work hard and long for. But what about when you are suddenly living an almost entirely different life? There can be challenges along with the joys. For you, what has been the hardest thing to adjust to or manage? That’s our topic to start the week. Join us!