Johnnette Williams hosts this live program of special interest to women! She informs, instructs and inspires listeners with the truth of the Catholic faith.

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Women Of Grace host Johnnette Williams welcomes new age researcher & blogger Sue Brinkmann as they talk about wacky things that distract from the faith. This week they discuss how evil is infiltrating the #video #gaming industry. Sue sounds the alarm about a new breed of satanically-themed video games that invite players to make pacts with the devil and elevate Satan to hero status. She explains how these games “sugar coats” violence and the killing of other human beings.

Johnnette Williams shares the importance of praying the rosary. Caller Kelly wants to know if we should pray out loud to Mary and the Saints. Does only God hear out thoughts? Johnnette explains about supernatural communication. Caller Violeta shares how she meditates during the Rosary. She envisions the blood and water from the side of Christ as amniotic fluid for our eternal life.

Johnnette teaches that Our Lady of La Salette is a Marian apparition reported by two French children, Maximin Giraud and Mélanie Calvat. This occurred at La Salette-Fallavaux, France, in 1846. On 19 September 1851, the local bishop formally approved the public devotion and prayers to Our Lady of La Salette.

Are you distracted by a lack of patience? Johnnette Williams says we must have patience in all things. She says she looks at her emotions as a dog on a leash. Sometimes she has to pull them back. She tells about St. Therese who had a sister drove her nuts . She took it to prayer. What saint has helped you in life? Listeners call in with their favorite Saints.

Johnnette Williams takes questions as she informs, instructs and inspires listeners with the truth of the Catholic faith. Today she talks about the feast of Our Lady of Sorrows . It commemorates the profound union of heart that existed between the Mother of the Redeemer and the Savior, through which she experienced many interior sorrows as a consequence of His Mission, but particularly during His Passion and Death.

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