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Johnnette Williams embraces the essence of feminine spirituality as she informs, instructs and inspires listeners with the truth of the Catholic faith. Caller Bob has a friend who goes to Mass everyday for 40 years but does not go to Communion because he does not believe in the Real Presence. He asked for help with his friend. Larry calls in to give Bob tips with reading John Chapter 6, books by Frank Sheed and Scott Hahn. Caller Molly wants to know what women can do in the Catholic Church. Johnnette is happy to guide her.
Host Johnnette Williams explains how prayer helps us to grow in faith. We grow in patience, humility and virtue. Caller Mary tells of a painful car accident and the healing that took place after prayer. Lynn's cancer is shrinking after prayer. Krista asks for prayers from loneliness, Caller Ellie wants to know what to do with an embryo frozen after IVF. Listen to Johnnette's words of wisdom.
Host Johnnette Williams welcomes EWTN Vice President of Theology Colin Donovan. Together they talk about wacky things that distract from the faith. Many questions have come in about the 3 Days of Darkness and other private revelations. What is the Church's stance on these?
Johnnette reads: 1 Corinthians 1:3-6 "I give thanks to my God always for you because of the grace of God that has been given you in Christ Jesus, for in every way you have been enriched in him, in speech and knowledge of every kind— just as the testimony of Christ has been strengthened among you—" She explains that we need to be obedient to God We give for the greater good. God is always about the good for us. Caller Sonora has given up the "snooze" bar for Lent. Give that time to God.
Host Johnnette Williams explains today being the feast of the chair of St. Peter. She tells of the Popes she grew up with and ask callers to share their stories of meeting or seeing Holy Fathers. Lois was there when Pope Francis was chosen. Caller Maggie met St. Pope John Paul II. Gerry saw JPII in Chicago. Johnnette reads from a book by Flannery O'conner and her seeing Pope Pius.