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 # 1715 – A Special Loving Tribute To Gerry Spatz

Tue, 06/27/2017 - 13:16

Today, a very special and memorable show for everyone.  One for Winds Of Change, fans and loyal listeners have come to know our dear friend, Gerry Spatz, who sadly this past Monday morning, passed away into the Eternal Light.  Today, we are very happy to honor her memory and all the fond and warm memories we have of her, not only on the show, but also at Saint Stanislaus Kostka itself, being a worker there and regular church goer there.  Father Anthony, Christina, and Tony all share their fond memories of her and how she made them all feel.  The tears fall during the show for all as we honor her memory, also with a special tribute opening and during the break periods, and even though Father Anthony didn’t want to come the show crying, he and everyone lets it out.  Everyone shares how they visited her and knowing her status and condition when she was in the hospital, as well as how she talked about “going,” but despite that, she was a very strong and strong willed woman and kept on going.  Christina shares how they kept in contact outside of the show and work and how she was like a grandmother to her.  Father Anthony shares how she was always the first person he’d see in the morning at St. Stans and when preparing his coffee she came out one time, being Turkish coffee.  Everyone agrees too, that she was “a woman of Faith” and strong faith she had.  Tony also shares many of Gerry’s happy moments and how she felt seeing everyone and how she loved everyone, even Producers Armand and Nick.  As warm memories are shared, many, many fun times are shared by all remembering many wonderful, fun, and funny times with Gerry, including Father Anthony being driven to the airport, talking to everyone, and even proofreading Father Anthony’s newsletters too and being a very, “super” responsible everyone says, especially when she did work and things at Saint Stanislaus Kostka.  One of the main things everyone shares, for those of you who didn’t know, talk about the day of her accident at home that happened before and sadly Father Anthony talks about how Gerry used to talk to him about being “ready to go” and how she was afraid and nervous, but in her own words, she was “ready to go.”   Everyone points out how many listeners who talked to everyone enjoyed hearing Gerry on the air and more on how she did so much, and how when on the show, Gerry would talk about how she felt about certain topics and how they had arguments, joking arguments on certain things, and Tony shares one particular story of how Gerry “kept going” on something that was discussed once on the show, as well as speak her mind, as well as help people and was a very generous person.  With the reminiscing and grieving going on, former Producer Oscar calls in and shares some of his own and personal times with Gerry, especially with praying.  Another memory shared by all is how once Gerry spent the night on the studio couch once.  One thing everyone shares about Gerry is that she never wanted to offend anyone, in particular she didn’t want to offend God.  Gerry Spatz was loved and known by many, may she be at peace and rest and she will be missed.         

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Episode # 1714 – Monday With Mary And Father Matthew Gamber

Mon, 06/26/2017 - 13:17

It’s Monday here on Winds of Change and a Monday with Mary FioRito again and live today (or was at the time of the live broadcast) and  but today is special due to that today Mary is joined by Father Matthew Gamber from Saint Xavier Church in Cincinnati, OH and is a Jesuit Priest.  Father Matthew Gamber talks to Mary about his history becoming a Jesuit Priest, and what he had to do to become one and get ordained as well.  He also talks about his personal life, including that he studied and gained a Master’s Degree in journalism in school, and being a native from Chicago too.  With him being a student of journalism when he was in college, Mary and Father Matthew talk about lots of the books and magazines that they have read, which leads to discussing all the Catholic Fiction that is out there for all to read, with Father Matthew sharing his personal favorites, with many gripping stories on redemption, faith, sacrifice, conversion, and beliefs  You could say that May and Father Matthew share their own personal lists of favorite Catholic Novels and try to provide some interesting and very good summer reading lists for all to check out and read this summer.  One of the interesting choices on the list is The Lord of the Flies, which many read in high school or is usually on high school reading lists.  This also leads to talk about how these novels are translated into movies, as most successful books are, but like some, they might not translate well as others.  This also brings up some famous film makers and actors, such as Mel Gibson and his work.  With many of these novels in mind, Mary and Father Matthew share how not only Catholics can read these, but others who believe in different things can enjoy these too, such as Atheists, continuing a bit from Father Anthony’s previous discussion.  This also raises some points about how some churches are either closing and/or being demolished.  For more information on Mary FioRito and Father Matthew Gamber, visit online at:

Mary FioRito: https://eppc.org

Father Matthew Gamber: http://www.stxchurch.org

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Episode # 1713 – Feast Of The Sacred Heart 2017

Fri, 06/23/2017 - 13:23

TGIF and once again everyone is “flying” in for the show today, with Christina and Father Anthony being the only ones on the show, at least at the start, saying Tony is on his way.  The latest Gerri update is given by Christina and says that she is having her procedure that they have talked about today, so all of us at Winds of Change and listeners offer their thoughts and prayers for her and a speedy recovery.  Also, Producer Nick is happy today celebrating his 6 months with his girlfriend too.  On a different note, Father Anthony talks about a project he’s working on, aiming at the “young guys in the neighborhood” he says, offering prayer to those who need to reconnect with God or come back to God, continuing his discussion from yesterday on Atheism.  And as the title says for the show, today is the Feast of the Sacred Heart, so Father Anthony shares some history behind that, as well as it in the modern era now.  This brings up a reminder that God is our companion and guide for us in our lives and a call to have the Lord come to us in a specific way.  Father Anthony shares some Father Son stories that are similar in tone to the Feast of the Sacred Heart, as well as through this, reminds us that God is with us and we are affected by the world and the Spiritual Battle we face, including addictions and other things we are drawn to, resulting in “a sickness,” but that God knows what we are facing and up against, but  is with, helps, and guides us in our times like this, which relates to how some may turn to being Atheists after being in periods of doubt, but being the Sacred Heart proves God has a Heart and loves, cares, guides, and helps us.  Tony joins us after the first break and talks about how his wife was away but is back now and he missed her while she was away, which reignites the discussion a bit from yesterday on vacations.  Father Anthony also shares a story around Max again too, leading to talk about relationships, even after Tony talks about his wife.  With the hour going by quick again, Father Anthony shares some final thoughts with Tony and Christina on the Sacred Heart and how we need God.             

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Episode # 1712 – What Everyone Likes To Do On Vacation

Thu, 06/22/2017 - 13:19

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.  However, on a more serious note, Gerri who accidentally drove her car into here garage and in the process has injured herself in terms of fracturing her spine and everyone offers their thoughts and prayers to her for a full and speedy recovery.  With Christina describing what kind of procedure she’ll be going through.  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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Episode # 1711 – More On Religious Tolerance

Wed, 06/21/2017 - 14:22

Father Koys is with Tony and Producer Nick occasionally today and Father Koys is very happy to be here again. However, due to computer and technical problems and updates that occurred by themselves on the air, we apologize for any problems with that, but were worked on during the show. Again, we apologize. Despite that, Father Koys talks more on freedom, religion, religious freedom again as the main focus and picks up the discussion from last week on one of his heroes, Larry Schweikart, author of the book A Patriots History of America and Father Koys, along with Tony feel that they can debater him on his turf, providing some of the audio from one of his recent discussions. Tony and Producer Nick at times voice their views on religious tolerance to help with this debate. Another area Father Koys goes into is religious history in Europe, related to what Schweikart is talking about. Also, due to the computer problems and updates, Father Koys uses that in the show in terms of religious tolerance, meaning and speaking of “updates and glitches that need to be fixed.” This also looks at historical areas of the past involving religion and Catholic Battles, including the Roman Empire, Muslims, and Protestants

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Episode #1710 – Official First Day Of Summer 2017

Tue, 06/20/2017 - 13:20

It’s Tuesday and today Father Anthony is with Christina and Tony and today is the official First Day of Summer, even though it feels like it’s been here for quite a while now.  The feeling is very good today with everyone and still wishing Gerri a good recovery going through some personal things and surgery too, but we all wish her our thoughts and prayers to her.  With Corpus Christi going on last week, everyone talks about how that celebration went over the weekend, as well as Father’s Day and Producer Nick’s birthday and what Father Anthony was and is working on.  With the recent procession going on this past weekend too, Father Anthony reminds us that Life itself is a procession, that we keep on going and going through things, both good and bad, but guides us and accompanies us with things.  Father Anthony also offers thoughts and prayers for all who are sick this week, including those on St. Stanislaus Kostka’s staff, including the Soup Kitchen.  The Eucharist is the main focus Father Anthony talks about with Tony and Christina, as well as all, reminding us that it is a mystery revolving around this.  Father Anthony continues to point out with this in mind, that many are suffering, not just those friends and staff in the hospital this week, but also the violence going on in Chicago and how we are all connected in a way and with God, affected by many things, with Christina and Tony offering their opinions on this and their feelings on things going on.             

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Episode # 1709 - Mary And Paster Caeser LaFlore

Fri, 06/16/2017 - 13:25

Due to scheudling complcataions, Mary will not be able to make it to the show live for next week Monday June 19th, so this is a rebroadcast from last Monday June 12th.  Thank you and this will officailly air on Monday June 19th. 

It’s Monday with Mary FioRitio and today she is very, very excited to have on with her today, Pastor Caeser LaFlore Pastor from The Spirit of Liberty Church of God, founder and President of PowerLight Ministries in Chicago, as well as being in charge of many Pro-Life Organizations, the minority outreach director for the Illinois Federation for Right to Life.  Leading into the discussion Mary and Pastor LaFlore are going to talk aobut, brings to mind the tragic shootings and deaths that occurred this past weekend, leading to talking about violence, which abortion in a way is.  Pastor LaFlore shares with all about his Faith, as well as his feelings on the work he does with women and people, in particular the African-American community with Pro-Life.  Pastor LaFlore shares his feelings on how he got involved in dealing with abortion and Pro-Life and as he says, “its impact in the black community” with him sharing some very personal stories surrounding his involvement with this particular issue.  After the first break, Pastor LaFlore talks about some of the people he has met during his time with dealing with abortion and Pro-Life, but also during recent workshops he’s been at in talking about Pro-Life, leading to talking about racism here.  He also goes into talking about how many children in the African-American community come from a single parent home and talks about how times are different and perhaps why the violence has risen as well, due to the “destruction of the black family” Pastor LaFlore says being an expert on family.  With Mary asking more questions on this, Pastor LaFlore also points out how not only on family itself, but due to the Father’s not being around, how the children suffer and perhaps lead to the rise of violence in people, in Chicago as mentioned, with Pastor LaFlore talking about his own family, being from a family of eight and how his family was.  This also raises some points on how the music in this particular group can be very violent and vulgar which can or could be related to some of this too.  Mary too relates with people she has helped too.  This also brings to mind many issues surrounding the African-American Community in terms of marriages and employment.  On a final note, Mary asks Pastor LaFlore on what can be done or can be done this summer at least to try to stop the violence.    

For more information on Mary and Pastor LaFlore, visit online at:

Mary:  https://eppc.org

Pastor Caeser LaFlore: freedomsjournalinstitute.org

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Episode # 1708 – More On The Crazy World We Live In

Fri, 06/16/2017 - 13:11

TGIF everyone, but everyone offers and sends their thoughts and prayers for Gerri who is absent today and going through some things.  One another note, Father Anthony talks about being delayed from his trip to Rochester to get his recent treatments and being delayed due to the storms Chicago went through this week.  He talks about the flight itself and going through the long wait times for it, as well as those around him.  He shares how many, many flights were canceled due to the storms, making it frustrating for people and relates to the frustration Father Anthony has mentioned before.  After the first break, Father Anthony points out many good things coming up, including Producer Nick’s Birthday over the weekend and Father’s Day on Sunday too.  Father Anthony also points out this week is Corpus Christi and much is going on with that, with Father Anthony providing a story of Moses on this.  Along with Christina and Tony, Father Anthony brings up the recent tragic shootings as well with several United States Representatives who were shot at this week, some in critical condition, bringing to mind “the crazy world we live in” Father Anthony says, bringing to mind how we have lost some things along the way, as well as bring to mind some opinions about President Trump, both good and bad, leading to a “sickness in society” everyone says on the show today and a difference in the times too.  With all this in mind, Father Anthony shares with all a prayer from the Knights Of Adoration to help provide healing and comfort with all this craziness.             

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Epiosde # 1707 - A Lighthearted Thursday

Thu, 06/15/2017 - 12:35

Due to the recent storms that passed through Chicago yesterday and last night, Father Anthony’s flight back got canceled until this afternoon and couldn’t make it in for the show.  Once again, this is a reair from June 1st, 2017 and May 11th 2017.  Thank you.

TGIAF again on this Thursday and Father Anthony is with us along with Tony and Christina today and once again in the Spiritual Battle.  In particular, Father Anthony and Tony talk about some impressive sights seen the Processions going on, which will be going on this weekend too.  With the Saint Stanislaus Kostka School Open House going on today, Father Anthony brings to mind the changes in society.  This also continues the discussion from Tuesday with how things have changed and as everyone talked about, turned the world we live in upside down, as well as continuing who we are and what we are in terms of the service to the Church and to God, as well as taking us out of and bringing us back to our comfort zones and deepening our Faith in God.  After the first break, because Producer Nick checked in on everyone and made sure everything and everyone is okay, Father Anthony goes on how everyone is tired and a nonstop day and week, but have to keep going.  Father Anthony also continues on being interviewed by many due to the Jubilee year, as well as filming going on around, including when he went to Rome recently too, as well as bringing up other things going on around everyone.

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Episode # 1706 – Larry Schweikart On Religious Tolerance

Wed, 06/14/2017 - 13:27

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 # 1705 – Dave Carollo Interviews Craig Johnson

Tue, 06/13/2017 - 13:22

On this Tuesday, Dave Carollo is back with us being in Chicago to speak at St. John Cantius tonight regarding the June 13th, 2017 Fatmia Celebration.  Joining him today is Craig Johnson from St. John Cantius and Barb Ernstern who has been on before.  The main focus of the show today is Dave and Craig discussing the June 13th, Fatima Celebration.  Dave also talks about the many other celebrations going on for the Blue Army and coming up this summer and soon too.  The discussion turns to talking to Craig about some of the things going on for St. John Cantius, not just tonight, but also coming up, as well as the significance of things such as the Fatima Celebration, with Craig explaining and answering many questions regarding things surrounding this, including the Apparition and Our Lady.  After the heated discussion regarding all this, Barb is finally brought on talk add her opinions on this. This also brings up a point that Father Anthony has talked about before, being in a Spiritual Battle.  For more information on Dave Carollo and Craig Johnson and their upcoming events, visit online at:

Dave Carollo: : http://wafusa.org

Craig Johnson: www.fatima100chicago.org

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Episode # 1704 – Mary And Paster Caeser LaFlore

Mon, 06/12/2017 - 13:26

It’s Monday with Mary FioRitio and today she is very, very excited to have on with her today, Pastor Caeser LaFlore Pastor from The Spirit of Liberty Church of God, founder and President of PowerLight Ministries in Chicago, as well as being in charge of many Pro-Life Organizations, the minority outreach director for the Illinois Federation for Right to Life.  Leading into the discussion Mary and Pastor LaFlore are going to talk aobut, brings to mind the tragic shootings and deaths that occurred this past weekend, leading to talking about violence, which abortion in a way is.  Pastor LaFlore shares with all about his Faith, as well as his feelings on the work he does with women and people, in particular the African-American community with Pro-Life.  Pastor LaFlore shares his feelings on how he got involved in dealing with abortion and Pro-Life and as he says, “its impact in the black community” with him sharing some very personal stories surrounding his involvement with this particular issue.  After the first break, Pastor LaFlore talks about some of the people he has met during his time with dealing with abortion and Pro-Life, but also during recent workshops he’s been at in talking about Pro-Life, leading to talking about racism here.  He also goes into talking about how many children in the African-American community come from a single parent home and talks about how times are different and perhaps why the violence has risen as well, due to the “destruction of the black family” Pastor LaFlore says being an expert on family.  With Mary asking more questions on this, Pastor LaFlore also points out how not only on family itself, but due to the Father’s not being around, how the children suffer and perhaps lead to the rise of violence in people, in Chicago as mentioned, with Pastor LaFlore talking about his own family, being from a family of eight and how his family was.  This also raises some points on how the music in this particular group can be very violent and vulgar which can or could be related to some of this too.  Mary too relates with people she has helped too.  This also brings to mind many issues surrounding the African-American Community in terms of marriages and employment.  On a final note, Mary asks Pastor LaFlore on what can be done or can be done this summer at least to try to stop the violence.    

For more information on Mary and Pastor LaFlore, visit online at:

Mary:  https://eppc.org

Pastor Caeser LaFlore: freedomsjournalinstitute.org

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Episode # 1703 – TGIF And The Struggles And Redemption

Fri, 06/09/2017 - 13:39

TGIF everyone and the gang’s all here and Father Anthony is really excited, and pleas how he wanted to be on the air yesterday, but has and had so much to do and meet deadlines and get things done such as the newsletter for Father’s Day and how this weekend he has much going on and had many confessions yesterday too.  He shares how he doesn’t have all the answers, but our main thing is to keep going.  He also points out that even though we go through the battles and struggles, we also need to have fun, but Father Anthony also points out that he has many coming to him with their struggles and problems and so much he hears about.  With Father’s Day in mind, Father Antony reminds us to think of all Fathers, not just our own and Priests, but God Himself too.  With all this in mind, sin and evil, Father Anthony points out how even though we go through this, God and the Holy Trinity is with us and forgives us and redeems us, but also the mystery behind them is around us.  He also talks about the sins we face in life and how we can be faced with these, as well as bringing up the Devil.  Father Anthony and the group finish off the show with talking about terrorist attacks going on all over the world, as well as Churches collapsing and those killed, as well as talking about an article that talks about meeting dangerous men and women.        

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Episode # 1702 - Father Anthony On Being Interviewed

Thu, 06/08/2017 - 12:30

Due to Father Anthony not feeling well, this is a rebroadcast from May 4th, 2017.  Thank you.

Father Anthony and group are back live on the show today and are very happy to be here again.  For one thing, Father Anthony talks about his latest “stardom” being interviewed still after the 150 Anniversary Celebration going on and the second good thing is that Christina is back from her trip to Mexico for a wedding she and her family attended last week, with her talking about all the fun and excitement that happened as well as the beautiful weather and scenery around there.  However the show takes a bit of a grim turn with talking about some very serious subject matter after Christina brings up some of her family history.  Father Anthony also talks about being interviewed by WGN this morning too on a more interesting and fun subject for a new show/program that is starting up and feature Saint Stanislaus Kostka as subject matter and since the Jubilee Year too.  With all this in mind, everyone brings their opinions to the show today.  This raises more on the people around, not just around St Stans, but all around us and how things are today. This comes to mind that Father Anthony feels that many have lost their faith, not just in a sense of “feeling” but in terms of statistics and signs of the times too.     

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Episode # 1701 – Discussing Other Religions

Wed, 06/07/2017 - 14:03

Today is Wednesday and we are joined again by Father Thomas Koys and Tony, so the boys are back in town and today Father Koys is looking forward to “wrinkling brains” now and he offers looking into talking about if your Faith is on the edge or isn’t working.  Also, he focues on if we are worthy of God’s mercy, love, and help.  He allows for a Litmey of Humility here.  He and Tony also bring to mind going into looking at the past in the 1500s too.  Father Koys’s main point today is talking about other religions in terms of not only how the practice their religion, but also the differences with them.  This also brings to mind things that have been discussed in the past.  He also has more on Denis Prager to discuss as well with things and recent discussions he’s had in the media.      

 

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Episode # 1700 – Review Of Manchester By The Sea

Tue, 06/06/2017 - 13:34

After Producer Nick helps out with a few things, the gang’s all here and Father Anthony opens the show with how so many people are suffering through seasonal allergies this summer, and yes summer is here due to beautiful weather.  However, with allergies on the brain, Father Anthony talks about his recent dealings or feelings with seasonal allergies this year.  Father Anthony also shares with everyone his recent viewing of the movie Manchester By The Sea, talking about how it’s a very intense movie and dramatic too, talking about the film and how it affected him, so just a heads up if you haven’t seen the movie: SPOILER ALERT!  This relates to the feeling of defeat, being beaten (not in a physical sense), and/or loss due to how the movie deals with some feelings of defeat, which relates to us in real life.  He asks everyone on their feelings on the movie too.  However, Father Anthony brings up the tragic terror attacks that happened again in London over the weekend, relating the two things in terms of how and what society is like and what the world is like.  Also, with the talk of movies, it relates to how movies are different that years ago and how the experience is different, Gerri in mind shares on that.  This also raises up the notion that the violence is rising up more than usual, not just around the world, but here in some Chicago areas too.           

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Episode # 1699 - Monday In May With Mary And Melanie

Mon, 06/05/2017 - 13:33

Reairing by popular demand and due to schdueling complications, this is a rebroadcast from last Monday May 8th and May 15th, 2017.  Thank you. 

Mary FioRito is back with us and has a wonderful guest on today, Dr. Melanie Barrett and she is a part of the Chairperson and Assistant Professor in the Department of Moral Theology at the University Of Saint Mary Of The Lake in Mundelein, IL.  With a very impressive career with and behind her, Dr. Melanie Barrett shares a lot on that, not only her academic career, but also her history and childhood which led her to where she is now.  She shares many of her personal experiences from her family which led her to the practices she is involved with.  Mary provides many interesting questions for her, sharing her, as Mary says, “a Faith Journey” in terms of Melanie sharing with everyone how she grew up in a non-Catholic Faith but led up to her finding it and becoming a part of Catholic Faith.  With this “Faith Journey” Melanie shares how she moved toward this in college, as well as going through various things and experiences, some great, some not so great, but all equally important in Melanie’s history.  Melanie also shares on what she has been and currently teaching and working on as well.  For more information on Mary FioRito and Dr. Melanie Barrett, visit online at:

  Mary FioRito: https://eppc.org

Dr. Melanie Barrett:   mbarrett@usml.edu and https://usml.edu

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Episode # 1698 – The First Friday In June 2017

Fri, 06/02/2017 - 13:24

Geoff Hammond is once again here and that means it’s the First Friday of the month, this month being June and he is here to talk again about the Adoration and Admiration for God and to God and how He is here for us in our times of need and help and love.  Today, Geoff has much to discuss and offer prayer for all to hear.  He also shares some of the wisdom Saint John Paul II, allowing all to be familiar with things from the past and into the present time. With these sayings from the past, it relates to the month of June too, as well as being able to be said and prayed on a daily basis too.  Geoff also has prayers today that offer seeking the Mercy of God and Jesus on us.  Once again, Geoff also says and offers the Daily Examination to God and Jesus with daily prayer on this. 

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Episode # 1697 - A Lighthearted Thursday

Thu, 06/01/2017 - 12:09

Due to Father Anthony not feeling well and schduling complications, this is a rebroadcast from May 11th, 2017.  Thank you.

TGIAF again on this Thursday and Father Anthony is with us along with Tony and Christina today and once again in the Spiritual Battle.  In particular, Father Anthony and Tony talk about some impressive sights seen the Processions going on, which will be going on this weekend too.  With the Saint Stanislaus Kostka School Open House going on today, Father Anthony brings to mind the changes in society.  This also continues the discussion from Tuesday with how things have changed and as everyone talked about, turned the world we live in upside down, as well as continuing who we are and what we are in terms of the service to the Church and to God, as well as taking us out of and bringing us back to our comfort zones and deepening our Faith in God.  After the first break, because Producer Nick checked in on everyone and made sure everything and everyone is okay, Father Anthony goes on how everyone is tired and a nonstop day and week, but have to keep going.  Father Anthony also continues on being interviewed by many due to the Jubilee year, as well as filming going on around, including when he went to Rome recently too, as well as bringing up other things going on around everyone

 

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Episode # 1696 – Virtues Of Freedom And Liberty

Wed, 05/31/2017 - 13:38

It’s Wednesday and that means Father Thomas Koys is with us and once again has much to discuss today, including the 9 Year Anniversary of the Unveiling of the Monstrance of St. Stanislaus Kostka and shares some of the special feeling on that.  Once again, Father Koys focuses however on his some of his favorite heroes, past and present.  He also shares some of what is going on in the news today and the past few weeks, especially President Trump recent dealings with Russia, which has led many to think Russia helped out Trump during the election.  He also provides some clips allowing to talk about this, including a recent speech from Larry Schweikart, co-author of A Patriot’s History of the United States with Michael Allen and talks about the formation of the United States, as well as related things that as Father Koys says are “half-truths” here and the main focus is Religious Tolerance.        

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