Most Recent Episodes
Johnnette talks with Fr. Jeffrey Kirby on his book: We Are the Lord’s: A Catholic Guide to Difficult End-of-Life Questions. It serves as a succinct, quick-reference guide to difficult end-of-life questions, framed by divine wisdom and Catholic Church teaching. Its easy-to-read chapters and question-and-answer format can be a welcomed help to any person or family who are searching for answers during a difficult and traumatic time.
Johnnette continues teaching her series " Journey to Joy! Healing for Life’s Sorrows." In Part 2: “Uncovering the Wounds of the Heart” She talks about how sin wounds the heart and prevents us from experiencing the joy and happiness God intends for us to receive. Grace: I pray for the grace to be healed from the consequences of my personal sins and the sins of others against me.
Scott Weeman, founder and director of Catholic in Recovery joins Johnnette as they talk about additions especially during this time. Pressure and solitude can cause us to falter. Johnnette shares that today is feast of St. Corona. A caller named Glory calls and share her problems with her family. George shares about being sober 18 years.
Host Johnnette Williams welcomes guest Sue Brinkmann. Johenntte gives the history of Our Lady of Fatima. Sue answers a question about the “The Way of the Rose” Rosary Movement. They are a eco-feminist rosary fellowship that is open to worshiping “the Lady” whether that be Mary, the Great Mother, Kali-Ma, etc.. Caller Kiki from London tells how the Rosary help her with her children during lockdown
Host Johnnette Williams shares the words of St. Francis de Sales for the mothers who were hurt by their children during Mother's Day. " We must suffer much from children while they are young: they sometimes even hurt the one who nourishes them. The words of the great apostle should serve us as a maxim: in season & out of season.. be unfailing in patience & in teaching..." (2 Tim 4:2)