Sunday Mass Schedule

Vigil Mass on Saturday –5:00 p.m.English

7:30 a.m. - English
8:45 a.m. - Polish
10:00 a.m. - English
11:30 a.m. - Spanish
5:30 p.m. - Spanish

Weekday Mass Schedule

6:15 a.m. - English
7:00 p.m. - English/Spanish
Saturday morning Mass - 7:30 a.m. English

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

24 hours - 7 days

Please note that the Blessed Sacrament is reposed during the celebration of the Mass.

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Monday - Friday 6:00 to 6:45 p.m. (English/Spanish)



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Episode # 1756 - Nature And Faith

6 hours 16 min ago

Father Koys is back with us today and he is really, really excited to be on the show today because he has lots of good things and thought provoking topics to "wrinkle your brain" again today, as he and Tony always do on Wednesdays.  Today, he starts off the show talking about the results of the fundraising concert he and the show have promoted last week.  It was a great turn out and fun time as Will Kruger entertained over 200 people with music and fun, paying tribute to John Denver and other musicians, and it was everything Father Koys hoped it would be.  However, the main topic of discussion today focuses on Father Koys talking about the Total Solar Eclipse that occurred on Monday August 21st, 2017.  A very special and phenomenal event that took place for all the world to see.  Father Koys uses the works of G.K. Chesterton again, who he's talked about and mentioned before on the show, to help on this discussion, using Chesterton's works to talk about Nature and Faith.  He also brings up the movie The Matrix again to help on this and classic Fairy Tales too like Cinderella.  Father Koys also points out, through the work of G.K. Chesterton, that the solar eclipse is similar to adoration and admiration

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Episode # 1755 - Social Media And Saint Stanislaus Kostka

Tue, 08/22/2017 - 13:47

Father Anthony and Tony are back with us again today, the Two Tony's as we call them when that happens, LOL.  But both are very excited to be here and for one thing, Father Anthony is very excited on the show today to talk about something very important.  He brings up his memories of when he was first diagnosed with cancer and when he first started going through the treatments for it and his recovery, he received all kinds of prayers, masses, letters, messages, and other ways of people sending their thoughts and prayers to him and for him, making him feel like "a Superstar" he says.  As a sign of gratitude for all of that, he points out that starting September 1st, he's going to start having special masses every first Saturday of the month called: A Eucharistic Mass of Healing, which inspired by all the healing cards, letters, and prayers Father Anthony received.  This also allows that Winds of Change has joined the social media circle too, with a Facebook Page solely for the show and up and running, allowing how everyone can and has sent/typed in their thoughts and prayers on certain matters, as well as offering prayers in general, and even confessions, problems, situations that they find hard to deal with, and all other things that Father Anthony has helped out with when people come to St. Stanislaus Kostka for confessions or to pray or talk about.  This allows to talk about the use of social media sites in general and their affect and impact on people and the world.  Related to this subject, after the first break, is talking about the Feast Day of the Queenship, since that is today and talk of Mary and the Jubilee Year St. Stans is still in .  With all this, Father Anthony points out how during our times of struggle and hardship, God is there for us and being the Feast Day of the Queenship, Father Anthony says "you can't separate the Mother from the Son," very inspirational for all of us.                      

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Episode # 1754 - Celiac Disease And Communion

Mon, 08/21/2017 - 11:58

Today, being the Total Eclipse of the sun this afternoon and many are witnessing that event, and due to schduling complications, this is a re-air from last Monday August 14th.  Thank you very much and enjoy the Solar Eclipse.


Today, for a different topic of discussion with Mary FioRito, she talks about a serious condition and disease that affects millions of Catholics around the world, Celiac Disease, which for those of you who may not be familiar with it, but a disease within the stomach of a person, which is caused by many of the things we use and eat and enjoy in our lives.  Joining her today is an old, dear friend of hers Father Joseph Noonan, Pastor of Saint Damian Church in Oak Forest, IL, who is diagnosed with this disease.  Before all that, Father Joseph Noonan talks a bit about himself, how he became a priest and history, as well as an upcoming raffle St. Damian is conducting. On the main subject of Celiac Disease, together, Mary and Father Noonan share some of their personal experiences with this disease, as stated Father Noonan is diagnosed with it and his sister, as well as Mary’s children too, each talking about what they had to go through in order to be diagnosed and symptoms associated with it.  Also, Father Noonan talks more on this and provides helpful insights to this disease by talking about it being in things we eat, use, and that were given to us by Jesus Himself too, in the Eucharistic Matter.  For more information on Mary FioRito and Father Joseph Noonan as well as his upcoming raffle, visit online at:

Mary FioRito:

Father Joseph Noonan: and

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Episode # 1753 - Rise Above The Conflicts

Fri, 08/18/2017 - 14:12

TGIF and Father Anthony quickly makes his way on the show today, due to not sure if he'd be able to do the show today, but does/did and he's happy to be back with us all, after his recent trip for his continuing treatments in Rochester, which he is doing very well with and recovering very well too.  However, due to the recent tragedies that have struck around the world; shootings in Charlottesville, the van crash in Barcelona, and others that have occurred, both past and present, Father Anthony mentions what the signs of the times are, how there is much bigotry, racism, and violence going on around us.  This allows Father Anthony to look at these a bit deeper in terms of how things are the way they are, possibly due to media "blowing them up" in ways to get our attention.  It also has Father Anthony bring up how going through all these tragedies, past and present, it has him talking about progress, that is we have to "Rise above the conflicts," as well as move on from them, meaning and in terms of to show no weakness and fear and that even though we are a sinful people at times, we still can turn to God and have the ability to trust Him and help with our values and faith.  From his recent trip to Rochester, Father Anthony relates how caring the people were there, not just to him but everyone and reminds us that we need to show care and feelings toward one another in these times of violence raised by various groups, gangs, and terrorists.  

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Episode # 1752 - Thursday With The Two Tony’s

Thu, 08/17/2017 - 12:18

Due to Father Anthony being away for his continued treatments and hopefully be back on the air tomorrow.  Also, he is doing well and recovering well too.  But due to all that, this is rerun from July 20th.  Thank you.

Once again, we are joined by the Two Tony’s today, with that being the trend for a bit now, and Father Anthony decides to just “jump right into it” today or into the show today with Tony “flying in” right as the show’s intro ends, but Father Anthony and Tony has much to talk about and discuss today.  For one thing, the Gospel Readings are shared first.  Father Anthony talks about the Value of things and some things in society and in public.  He brings up many things that are going on in society and from what was talked about on Tuesday with the letters Father Anthony and Tony mentioned, reflecting how things are the way they are today, as well as the things we face and how people react to them.  Tony offers commentary on what Father Anthony is talking about and provides “what is guiding me” and “I’m learning to trust” in terms of facing many things and turning to God and Jesus in our time of need and/or comfort.  This brings to mind again the Spiritual Battle and Dark Night (no not Batman LOL) that we all face and go through in our lives.  Even though we go through tough times, The Church, Jesus, and God never and will never abandon us.      

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Episode # 1751 - More With WIll Kruger

Wed, 08/16/2017 - 13:18

On this Wednesday, Father Koys and Tony are here and have much to discuss on the show.  For one thing, as the title says, Father Koys was very happy to do another interview, personally and on his own time and recording equipment with Will to talk more on his songs and paying tribute to John Denver, who's concert is coming up this weekend, as promoted on the show(s) this week and we invite you all to come out and witness the performance.  But along those lines, the other things that Father Koys and Tony talkl about are all, in a way, related to Will Kruger's upcoming performance, such as the question Father Koys asks, "How do you get someone interested in something they aren't interested in?"  To answer that, Father Koys and Tony talk about the generation gaps between the present day generation and the one that was or still is around when John Denver was singing and performing.  The two also bring up recent events going on in the nation, including in Virginia and with President Trump, which brings up more on history, to be more precise the 1860's during the Civil War Period in America.  During the seond half of the show, Father Koys shares with us his recent, new interview he conducted with Will Kruger and during that time, Will shares more on his songs and the songs of John Denver and talks about their importance and meaning.  One in particular, Will sings the song: Follow Your Heart to help along those lines and provide further analysis.  

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Episode # 1750 - A Tale Of Two Tony’s

Tue, 08/15/2017 - 12:05

Due to Father Anthony being away for his continued treatments in Rochester, and he is doing very well and recovering very well too, this is a re-air from July 11th.  Thank you.

Father Anthony and Tony are here today, so we have the Two Tony’s you could say once again today, LOL.  But today, it’s just the boys today, due to Christina being away for medical reasons and recovering well, but out for a while now.   But as stated and the title says, Father Anthony and Tony are with us today and the whole morning has been busy, so much going on and unfortunately some of it bad, besides Christina out and recovering, last week Deacon Miguel Garcia passed away and the wake and funeral were last week, with Father Anthony and Tony talking about him and sharing many wonderful memories of him.  With all that going on, the Tony’s try to figure out what to discuss today, and first choice is once again the readings from this morning and Father Anthony reflects on the “burden” of being a Priest.  Father Anthony also points out that he and Producers Nick and Armand are working on bringing in people or inviting people to call in to the show in the future (for further details, tune in to further shows and podcasts) to talk to Father Anthony.  He also talks to Tony about how when he’s on the radio, he changes his personality, not in a vocal sense, but how when on the show, he’s more vocal, but when with other priests, he may be quieter at times.  With all this in mind, Father Anthony assures us God guides and helps us through our struggles and troubles, as well as provides us with joy. This brings up the previous subject from other radio discussions, once again on how Life itself is hard, with the world being in a strange place, with Father Anthony and Tony talking about recent and previous tragedies going on in the world, allowing for the topic of being joyful and tragic to be brought up and both Spiritual Combat and the Spiritual Battle Father Anthony always talks about.  Today is the Feast of Saint Benedict today too and Father Anthony reads from his writings too, bringing up the topic of Hell.  


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Episode # 1749 – Celiac Disease And Communion

Mon, 08/14/2017 - 14:07

Today, for a different topic of discussion with Mary FioRito, she talks about a serious condition and disease that affects millions of Catholics around the world, Celiac Disease, which for those of you who may not be familiar with it, but a disease within the stomach of a person, which is caused by many of the things we use and eat and enjoy in our lives.  Joining her today is an old, dear friend of hers Father Joseph Noonan, Pastor of Saint Damian Church in Oak Forest, IL, who is diagnosed with this disease.  Before all that, Father Joseph Noonan talks a bit about himself, how he became a priest and history, as well as an upcoming raffle St. Damian is conducting. On the main subject of Celiac Disease, together, Mary and Father Noonan share some of their personal experiences with this disease, as stated Father Noonan is diagnosed with it and his sister, as well as Mary’s children too, each talking about what they had to go through in order to be diagnosed and symptoms associated with it.  Also, Father Noonan talks more on this and provides helpful insights to this disease by talking about it being in things we eat, use, and that were given to us by Jesus Himself too, in the Eucharistic Matter.  For more information on Mary FioRito and Father Joseph Noonan as well as his upcoming raffle, visit online at:

Mary FioRito:

Father Joseph Noonan: and

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Episode # 1748 - TGIF With Tony’s

Fri, 08/11/2017 - 12:34

Due to Father Anthony being away for a funeral today, this is a re-air from July 21st, 2017.  Thank you and to all our loyal listeners, have a great weekend.

TGIF everyone and the show is off to an okay start for a Friday and weekend coming up.  Father Anthony and Tony are with us again and continue the discussion left off from yesterday Thursday July 20th and bring to mind the adoration for and of God.  This brings up several topics Father Anthony has talked about in the past and how religion and the Church are affected by them or face them at times, allowing how we as a society in America are multicultural and mixed of several things and cultures.  Father Anthony mentions how when he has gone into chapels, he has “felt” the presence of Jesus with him and how He has helped and guided him.  He tells Tony and all of you as well, stories similar to how he has “felt” Jesus, but others have too.  With these topics in mind, as stated before, Father Anthony continues his discussion from yesterday more on the signs of the times, how things are the way they are today, and how things have changed and gotten different.  After the first break, Father Antony is going into the 2 commentaries he talked about yesterday and finally gets to them, as well as reminding us that God has a plan, we may not know what that plan is, but He has one.  Since God has a plan, Father Anthony provides some examples on how we can at least see some form of it.  Then, as promised, he goes into the 2 commentaries he wanted to talk about yesterday.  This brings up how we suffer and go through struggles, but we get through them and with God’s presence, He helps us too.  Through all this, Father Anthony shares how the world has been affected by how things are the way they are today and how pretty much everything has not only changed, but how people get affected by this.  He brings up words from Pope Benedict who commented on things like this.  As the show wraps up for today, Father Anthony shares Gods solution on this.      

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Episode # 1747 – The Feast Day Of Saint Lawrence

Thu, 08/10/2017 - 13:29

Tony “flies” in as Father Anthony starts the show and startles him, as the show with Two Tony’s starts off.  On a fun and positive note, Producer Nick’s parents are visiting the show today and able to see the show live, which leads to Father Anthony opening up the show on the entertainment provided for us all in society and Producer Nick’s mom being a teacher, brings up how the money for entertainment should be put to good use with teaching and providing for many noble professions too.  Also with teachers in mind, Father Anthony and Tony share a story about one of the teachers at St. Stanislaus Kostka School and also how September is coming up and kids are back to school too.  This also brings Father Anthony to talk briefly about Producer Nick’s mom and dad, as well as bring up teachers in general.  Today is the Feast Day of St. Lawrence and Father Anthony shares some history surrounding him, leading to talk more about St Stans dear friend Gerri.  This also brings up the subject Father Anthony has talked about the last few days, the Transfiguration and reminder that God is with us.  With all these subjects, it picks up the discussion as a whole from this entire week in terms of good vs evil and conflicts we face around us and internally and to once again, separate “the wheat from the chaff” again as Father Anthony said and started on last week’s shows.  After the first break, Father Anthony brings up things with the family as a loving group, unit, or set, and unfortunately bring up some sad facts with how families are today, which relates to “the unrest” and “the emptiness” Father Anthony points out.  Tension once again rises up as it has on the show the past few times surrounding these points.  This allows Father Anthony to remind us that God is “tapping” at our door and is there for us.               

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Episode # 1746 - Larry Schweikart On Religious Tolerance

Wed, 08/09/2017 - 12:04

Due to Father Koys away because of scheudling conflicts, this is a re-air from July 20th.  Thank you.

It’s Wednesday and as always, Father Koys is here with us again on the show and is very excited to be here.  Picking up this discussion from last week and before, Father Koys talks about one of his heroes, Denis Prager, who has had many discussions in the media surrounding many issues, some that Winds of Change has talked about.  One of the main focuses on here with Denis Prager in mind, is the distinctions between Catholic Christians and Protestant Christians, with Father Koys expressing that in this day and age, we need to work together.  Another of Father Koys heroes he talks about mainly today and tries to analyze what he recently talked about at Prager Univeristy, is Larry Schweikart, who discusses religious tolerance here on the show, provided with a few audio clips of his most recent discussions on this, as well as being a history fan as Father Koys is, many historical parts are brought up from and in America, with religious tolerance and patriotism.  But the audio clips from Larry Schweikart bring to mind the questions and answers that possibly are brought up on religious tolerance.  This discussion raises some key points that you, our listeners, may agree or disagree with since many have their own opinions on things and these topics.  This also raises different views regarding political views too.        

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Episode # 1745 – The Need For Sacred Silence

Tue, 08/08/2017 - 13:31

It’s Tuesday and we have again with us the Two Tony’s again today, with Father Anthony trying to get used to and is used to the morning walks most do.  However, it’s a beautiful day today and the show picks up where Father Anthony and Tony left off yesterday, in terms of the way things are and the city of Chicago itself being a casualty with so many shootings going on, including the 30 over the past weekend.  This also raises up some things including how we are all surrounded by noise and Father Anthony explains the power of silence.  He also talks to Tony and everyone about the Sacred Mysteries around us and that we wonder about ourselves, that mission due to being servants and disciples of God.  This allows both Tony and Father Anthony to reminisce about being at St. Stanislaus Kostka in the past.  After the first break, Father Anthony and Tony discuss the “need for silence” again due to lots of things around us, including music, create noise and we are around it so much, the need for silence and silent prayer you could say is definitely sacred and worth needing.   This allows us to listen and in a way, as Father Anthony points out, that even though we can’t exactly “hear” the voice of God, by the silence, there are ways to “hear” Him in a manner.  Next on this discussion is Pope Sicstus and reminds about that sacred space we have for God and everything.   

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Episode # 1744 – Monday With The Two Tony’s

Mon, 08/07/2017 - 13:17

On this Monday, usually Mary FioRito is with us, but today Father Anthony “takes her place” as he says with Tony due to Mary being away for family reasons.  A different change of pace for today, but we all send our thoughts and prayers to Mary and her family.  But, with the Two Tony’s again today, Father Anthony and Tony have a lot of things on their mind today, possibly due to Monday Mood LOL.  But, Father Anthony talks about the Nigerians who were killed over the weekend in a massacre at a mass, at least 11 confirmed dead in the news.  This leads to mention how 30 people in Chicago were shot at.  However on a positive note, Lollapalooza was over the weekend and Father Anthony decided to drive, yes drive due to him having a car now, and take a look at the fun celebration.  Tony tries to describe to Father Anthony, as well as those who may not be familiar with what Lollapalooza is.  From this positive subject of Lollapalooza, it brings up many fond and good memories for everyone on the show from various related things.  After the first break, the discussion of tattoos and church laws are brought up, with Lollapalooza in mind and ways of looking at this, how many enjoy tattoos, but Father Anthony raises the idea of someone possibly regretting getting one.  This goes further into discussing Catholicism and not allowing to tattoo the body, even though many people still do.  Yesterday being the Feast Day of the Transfiguration, Father Anthony and Tony talk about that for a bit, with a few prayers in mind and our relationship with God, Jesus, and The Holy Spirit.                       

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Episode # 1743 – First Friday Of August With Geoff Hammond

Fri, 08/04/2017 - 13:33

As promoted and promised, the First Friday of the month is here and so is Geoff Hammond. He’s very happy to be back with us this month to offer prayers and sayings to God, Jesus, and The Holy Spirit to show our adoration and admiration to Them and how They help us in our lives and bring comfort to us in our times of need. This also allows to show the celebration of the Sacred Heart as well. Today, Geoff focuses on Our Lady’s Fiat at the start of the show and Our Lady Mary. This entire month is dedicated to the Immaculate Heart Of Mary, with Geoff talking about her and her importance (as we all know) but also the celebration of this entire month of August for her and others associated with her during this time, allowing Geoff to talk about some of those in history with her. He also offers serval prayers as he does each First Friday with Mary in mind and others. He also gives background on the Immaculate Heart and history behind it, as well as its importance. He also shares what will be happening on Saturdays this month too. Geoff also offers prayers to Mary in this time and month of August, allowing us to feel closer to her and to pray the Rosary during this time and month. He also offers prayer to seek mercy from God, Jesus, and The Holy Spirit, as well as the Daily Examine he brings every First Friday show. With Mary in mind, Geoff also reminds us to “think about your Mothers” in terms with her, and with many masses going on today, tonight, and the weekend (First Saturday), as well as the month of August with Mary in mind.


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Episode #1742 – Tension In The World

Thu, 08/03/2017 - 13:14

Tension is running high it seems on the start of the show, with lot’s to do and talk about, with Father Anthony and Tony here with us again today.  This goes into looking into good and bad things and allow for the “separation of the wheat from the chaff” so to speak with good and bad going on here.  Battling the allergies is a constant struggle for Father Anthony and Tony again this summer, as many Americans are this year.  Father Anthony talks about someone he knew and he felt like a famous celebrity, due to him being famous on the show and a listener.  Father Anthony feels like a public person and not like a celebrity like say actors and musicians, but Tony allows to help on this too.  But the main focus on today is talking about the tension we all feel in our lives, good vs bad, light vs dark, and all others like this. This continues on how God helps us and guides us still, as well as we aren’t perfect, but He is, as well as reminding us of our faith in Him.  This brings to mind the conflict between things we go throughout our lives, not just with God in terms of faith, but all around us and things we need and want.  This also raises more on God both punishing us, as well as forgiving us from Tuesday’s discussion on the show, reminding us of how God helps us, but depending on how bad something is, punishes us, while also forgiving us.  This allows Father Anthony and Tony to discuss knowledge, its differences from other things like wisdom, as well as its importance. This brings up again the “changes” around us in the last few years in America, raising more on knowledge and raises the question of “What are our values?” today.           

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Episode # 1741 – The Songs Of John Denver And Religious Tolerance

Wed, 08/02/2017 - 13:19

Father Koys is back with us and is/was live today on the show after being away due to various reasons.  Tony joins Father Koys again today as usual and they start off the show talking about history, as Father Koys is a fan and student of history as he often says.  He brings up his interview with Will Kruger, but focuses mainly on Religious Tolerance again, explaining how America has or may find it difficult to see it.  Father Koys also continues his discussion from a few weeks back with talking about and having quotes from one of his influential heroes, Larry Schweikart.  First off, Father Koys talks about the upcoming Tribute Concert he, Tony, and Will Kruger talked about before on the show and talk about the songs themselves.  The show takes an environmental turn in talking about nature and pollution due to some of the songs that are mentioned from the Tribute Concert.  With John Denver in mind, Father Koys talks about how many, in this demographic and music type and classification, he brings up the idea of Nerds and Geeks, which also points out the difference between those two types, with the help from Tony and with Producer Nick being a geek too.  This also allows Father Koys to talk about the songs of John Denver because many will be sung and performed at the Tribute Concert.    After discussing John Denver and his music, Father Koys goes into discussing a different subject, as promised, Religious Tolerance and using quotes from Larry Schewikart again to help talk about this particular subject.  This brings up many historical figures from America’s Colonial Era and the formation of America, one in particular; Thomas Jefferson.      

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Episode # 1740 - Back In Action

Tue, 08/01/2017 - 13:20

After a week of reairs, reruns, and retests, Father Anthony is back with us today, along with Tony and very happy to be here.  To start off, the main focus, that seems to be troubling lots of people this summer is allergies and how they have been acting up for Father ANhtony, Tony and everyone.  Another, is that Father Anthony once again talks with Tony on how “Life is work” and there is so much to do and so many problems, allowing us to “unplug” from things, not just in terms of technology, but days of rest and vacations.  This leads to talking about possessions that we have and treasures.  These include, not only our own things we own and have, but also the “pearl” Father Anthony talks about, with God.  From this, Father Anthony talks about his morning routine in terms of lots to do and what he’s done.  Father Anthony is on a roll today with much to mention on this.  He also brings up how his car was reprocessed and talks about that after everything else along the lines of our relationship with God.  Through this, Father Anthony shares some things on sins and sinners on Earth and brings up Good and Evil, as well as God being forgiving to us, with Tony sharing his opinions on this.  This allows Father Anthony to talk about God talking to Moses here, as well as Jesus being brought to us, but also how God not only forgives, but punishes too at times.  This brings up the consequences of things we do and Heaven and Hell here too.  This shares also the signs of the times today.     

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Episode # 1739 - Monday With Mary Interviewing Emily Troscinski

Mon, 07/31/2017 - 12:03

Due to Father Anthony unable to do the show today because of schduling conflicts, as well as Mary FioRito, who usually does the show on Monday's is away too for business, this is a rerun from July 17th, 2017.  Thank you.

Today Mary FioRito is back with us after being away for a little while and live (or was live  earlier) on the show today and today she joined in the studio by Emily Troscinski, the Executive Director at Illinois Right to Life, who happens to be 8 months pregnant in fact too, congratulations. But the main focus these women discuss today is on The Illinois Right to Life organization itself, being one of the oldest organizations in Illinois and both women share the mission statement of Illinois Right to Life, and the work the organization helps out and works with, such as Pro-Life and abortion, suicide, and others.  Emily talks about Planned Parenthood and what Illinois Right to Life has done to help and many women and families.  Another topic the two women discuss, obviously is abortion and what Emily and Mary have done to help on that too.  Another thing is they share their feelings on a recent article written in the Chicago Tribune yesterday on Sunday July 16th.  Emily also talks about the various volunteers and workers for Illinois Right to Life and what it has been like working with them and what they have contributed to the organization.  For more information on Mary FioRito and Emily Troscinski and Illinois Right to Life, visit online at:   

Mary FioRito:

Emily Troscinski:

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Episode # 1738 - Getting Through The Struggles Of Life

Fri, 07/28/2017 - 11:54

Due to Father Anthony being away for his treatments, and he's still recovering and doing very well and recovering well, this is another rerun from July 14th.  Thank you.

Flying solo today, Father Anthony is back with us and live (or was live) today on the show, after a few reairs have been going all week since Wednesday and he  has Producer Nick with him and Tony may make it on the show too.  Father Anthony has been swamped with work a lot at Saint Stanislaus Kostka due to Christina out for medical reasons, but resting up and recovering.  Due to all this work related stress, Father Anthony talks about the constant “battle” or the Spiritual Battle we all go through in our lives, as well as hoe Life Itself can be rough and tough, but joyful too.  He also points out ways of dealing with our anger when we get frustrated and stress, ways of avoiding taking out on those we care about and love, and ways to remind us how Life can be tough, but with God and Jesus’s help, we get through the struggles of Life.   He also points out how Saint Stans is working on providing an answering service for callers to call in, to the Church and not the show yet, who are struggling and you could say have private conversations and/or confessions with Father Anthony or share their problems through a voicemail message for Father Anthony to hear and provide console and help for all, as well as put our trust in God.  After the first break, Producer Nick joins the conversation to share his own personal experience in what Father Anthony is talking about today, dealing with all kinds of stress and struggles in Life, but trying to find time to rest and have fun and be with his girlfriend, family, and friends.  With God still in our lives, Father Anthony says He doesn’t put us in the struggles, but He helps us and guides us out of those struggles and redeems and forgives us.     

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Episode # 1737 - What Everyone Likes To Do On Vacation

Thu, 07/27/2017 - 12:18

Due to Father Anthony being away for his treatments, which are going very well and he'll be back next week, this is a rerun from July 6th, as well as August approaching and summer is almost over.  Thank you.

Today, everyone is happy to be here, Father Anthony pointing out that Tony has “cleaned up” and that is clean shaven and looks different Father Anthony says LOL.  Another thing everyone seems to be struggling with Father Anthony points out is this summer’s seasonal allergies and continuing in the health area, Father Anthony talks about a recent video and article he read regarding a trampoline.  After talking about all that, after the first break, summer being the time for many to take vacations, Father Anthony asks, not only Tony and Christina, but everyone the question on what people like to do on vacation.  Father Anthony shares a bit on what he’s done, including his Annual trips to Rome and how he’s prayed, as well as talking about our established relationship with God.  Tony and Christina share their ideas of vacation too.  On a different note, Father Anthony takes the discussion on a more serious area, with the subject of Atheism , due to talking about our Faith and relationship with God and how important He and religion are, turning to it and Him in our dark times and doubtful times, allowing Father Anthony to mention some articles he read.  With this in mind, it leads to a very insightful discussion on Atheism vs the belief in God.  

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