Radio Reflections: The Life of a Saint, the Loss of a Child, and Eucharistic Miracles

Radio Reflections: The Life of a Saint, the Loss of a Child, and Eucharistic Miracles

By Gina Weiss

When you listen to Catholic radio, you hear a variety of shows in which many life and faith aspects are discussed. On Divine Mercy in My Soul, locally produced by the Station of the Cross Catholic Radio Network, Fr. Jacek Mazur and Rick Paolini talk about St. Faustina, Divine Mercy and St. Faustina’s Diary on Divine Mercy at 11 am Eastern on Sundays and as encore presentations at 8 pm on Tuesdays. In the program that aired Sunday, July 17th, Fr. Jacek and Rick discussed Week 25 of the Divine Mercy Cenacle Formation program, specifically talking about the life of St. Faustina.

We also air EWTN Bookmark with Doug Keck who interviews authors about their books as well as individuals in active Catholic ministries. On the program from Sunday, July 17th, at 9:30 am, Doug spoke with Regina Doman, author of children’s books, about her story Angel in the Waters that was inspired by her four-year-old son who died in a car accident. Regina spoke about the hardship and pain of losing a child and the way that her faith in God has helped her.

On The Journey Home Marcus Grodi interviews converts and reverts to the Catholic Faith at 8 pm on Mondays. The encore presentation is heard at 1 am and 5 pm on Sundays, and The Best of the Journey Home airs at 1 am weekdays. On Monday, July 18th, Marcus Grodi’s son JonMarc sat in for him to interview Michelle Paine on how Italy, art and a relic of a medieval Eucharistic miracle helped to lead her into the Catholic Church.

In just these three show episodes we learn about St. Faustina’s life, dealing with the loss of a child, as well as conversion through a Eucharistic miracle.

Which topical discussions have you learned the most from by listening to the Station of the Cross?

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