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Everyone has a name… Are you named after a saint, a relative, a famous person?….. That’s what we’ll discuss today on Take 2. Call in and share how you received your name.
We live in a world that was scarcely imaginable when many of us were younger. To see the direction our culture has taken can be rather disturbing. There’s “cancel culture,” “gender identity” confusion, boys calling themselves girls and competing in the latter’s sporting events, and so many other cultural ills. Call in on Tuesday and share what worries you the most.
He is Risen! He is truly risen! Happy Easter to the Take 2 Family! We’ll start the season off right with one of our two monthly prayer shows. Gather your intentions and let’s storm Heaven and beseech our Risen Lord to #answer our prayers on Monday.
Jesus suffered in many ways. All of his life was spent knowing that He was ultimately headed to the Cross. That must have been a burden that He carried throughout His life. He also suffered in many ways once His passion began. This included looking out over Jerusalem, seeing Mary, the agony in the garden, His betrayal by Judas, the abandonment by His disciples, being arrested, spending a night alone before His trial, the trial itself, the scourging, crowning with thorns, carrying His cross, the crucifixion, etc. Which part of Jesus’ suffering do you think was the most difficult? Which do you most resonate or identify with? Which would you console Him in if you had the chance? Call Jerry and Debbie with your take on Holy Thursday.
The Stations of the Cross is a centuries-old devotion in the Catholic Church. The stations follow Jesus through the final hours of His passion and death. Which station has the deepest meaning for you personally? Share it with us on Wednesday – our final live show until Easter Monday.