Love of Padre Pio
It's The Feast of St. Pio of Pietrelcina (Padre Pio) St. Pio – Padre Pio – is remembered for his suffering, humility and miracles. He first received the stigmata while praying before a cross in 1918. The wounds stayed with him for 50 years – the remainder of his life. He was also blessed with the ability to bilocate, levitate and heal simply with his touch. In the 1920’s he started a series of prayer groups which are now number over 400,000 members worldwide; in 1956 he founded the House for the Relief of Suffering. He suffered greatly in his life, but at his death, he wounds were healed. Beatified by Pope John Paul II in 1999, he canonized him in 2002
Perspective On Death
Time stops for no one and nothing. We are all aging, and some of us are beginning to think about dying in new ways. When we're younger, we don't really think about death all that much. But, for many of us, our perspective on the subject changes as we get older.
Are You a Creature of Habit?
Are you a creature of habit? Old habits die hard. Yet, some habits are actually good for us. Let's have a lively discussion with your 'takes' on the subject of habits.
Giving Complete Control to God
God created each and every one of us. He has a specific plan for us as well. Life can be a constant struggle to give Him control of our destiny. Can you easily give God control over your life, or do you feel like you're in a daily tug-of-war with him.
We’ll start the week with our regular Miracle Monday show. Join us and share how God has done something miraculous in your life or the life of someone you know.
How Has Inflation Changed Your Lifestyle?
We're all painfully aware of the trouble our economy is in. Signs of inflation are everywhere. There's talk of a looming recession. Times like these often require us to adjust our way of life. Has this been the case for you?
God I Need You Now for September
We'll start Thursday with one of our most popular shows. If you have an urgent prayer intention, be sure to let us know, so that we can all pray together for what's on your heart. You can submit them as well into the prayer book at https://take2show.com/take-2-prayer-book/
Has Forgiving Someone Set You Free?
Forgiveness. We all ask for it. And we always receive it from God. But for us humans, forgiving others of their offenses against us is not always the easiest thing to do. But when we manage to forgive, something beautiful happens. We can even be set free from bondage.
Separating The Sin From The Sinner
The Bible tells us that we are not to judge, lest we be judged in the same manner. It also informs us that we can know a good or bad tree by its fruit. On Tuesday, let's have a robust and impactful conversation about separating the sinner from the sin. We're called to love everyone unconditionally, but not always their behavior.
The Role of Fasting in Our Faith
We often think of fasting as something we do on a few days during Lent. But it can - and, perhaps, should - be a part of our spiritual lives all throughout the year. On Monday, let's talk about this, and walk away with some inspiring ideas of how we can make fasting a regular part of our live
Guest Fr. Matthew Schneider
Fr. Matthew Schneider, a priest on the autism spectrum, knows the particular challenges that autistics face in prayer, as well as the autistic traits that can be leveraged to deepen one's prayer. With clarity and honesty, he shares from his own experience and that of others on the spectrum to give hope and confidence to readers. This ground-breaking book "God Loves the Autistic Mind: Prayer Guide for Those on the Spectrum and Those Who Love Us" includes 52 meditations, which provide a coherent progression of material for prayer that can be used on a daily or weekly basis.
Infidelity In Your Marriage?
Coming back after an affair can be hard. Broken Trust tops the list of what can cause marriages to end but how has infidelity impacted your own marriage. If you recovered , how did you do it? What did you learn about yourself or God during that time regardless of the outcome.
Do You feel that you are thriving or just surviving?
We’re all in different seasons and facing different struggles and celebrating victories. How are you getting through it? Are you thriving or just surviving
In A New York Minute
How quickly is timing Passing? What does God say to use in those moment about being in the present.
Guest Michelle Laque Johnson
Author Michelle Laque Johnson has more than 30 years of journalism and communications experience, as Director of Communications for EWTN, as Editor-in-Chief for The Catholic Standard & Times in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, and as an Editor/Reporter for several national publications, including Investor’s Business Daily. In her extensive career, Michelle has been honored multiple times with Gabriel Awards for social media, with journalism awards for column writing, investigative reporting, and business and economic news, and with the Newmann Award for “outstanding contribution to family, church, profession or country and whose courage and integrity are unquestionable.” She is also a fully professed Secular Carmelite. Recent book is about her journey of caring for her husband and what we can learn from her as we care for our family when they are sick or dying.