52 Masses: A Journey to Experience Catholicism Across America – On this segment of Faith in Action, co-hosts Jim Ganley and Brigid Ayer are joined by their guest, author Daniel Markham who shares his journey in attending mass in 50 states and Puerto Rico and District of Columbia and wrote a book about it. He shares his journey and his takeaways from attending Mass. For more details or to get a copy of the book the website is https://52masses.com/
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“THE BEGINNING AND THE END” (RV 22:13)
“The Lord God said: ‘It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a suitable partner for him.’ ” —Genesis 2:18
The first spoken words in the Holy Bible from man are about the topic of marriage. Adam rejoices that he has been given his beloved wife Eve: “This one, at last, is bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh” (Gn 2:23). The last time a human speaks in the Bible is likewise a word of rejoicing about a marriage: the Bride, that is, the Church, together with the Holy Spirit say, “Come!” (Rv 22:17) The bride rejoices that she and her spouse are united in marriage. The Scriptures between the beginning marriage and the ending marriage are all interconnected in the ardent love of God for mankind and the human longing for union with the Lord. The entire Bible is sandwiched between two shouts of married joy (Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1602).Continue reading
Monday, May 16, 2022
Acts 14:5-18 Psalm 115:1-4, 15-16 John 14:21-26
“On one occasion he was listening to Paul preaching, and Paul looked directly at him and saw that he had the faith to be saved.” —Acts 14:9
Would you have the courage and the assurance to yell at a person in a wheelchair: “Stand up! On your feet!”? (Acts 14:10) By that bold command, St. Paul healed a crippled man who had never walked a step in his life (Acts 14:8).
Paul didn’t always have such boldness. For example, for several days, he put up with the disruptive behavior of a girl with a clairvoyant spirit (Acts 16:16). “Finally Paul became annoyed, turned around, and said to the spirit, ‘In the name of Jesus Christ I command you, come out of her!’ Then and there the spirit left her” (Acts 16:18). Sometimes it took Paul days to give the command that would heal and deliver.Continue reading
Teaching Children to Know and Love the Eucharist
TEACHING CHILDREN TO KNOW AND LOVE THE EUCHARIST: In this two-part show of Faith In Action co-hosts, Jim Ganley and Brigid Ayer talk with their guests about the two children’s books that teach children to know and love the Eucharist.
Part 1) Our guest is author and illustrator Paula Trzepacz, MD. We talk about her new book, “My Catholic Mass Book-The Holy Mass for Young Children”. The book is a companion book for attending Mass featuring re-usable stickers and is available in Spanish. To get a copy of the book, the Website is www.catholictothemax.com
Part 2) Faith in Action, co-hosts Jim Ganely and Brigid Ayer are joined by author Claudia Cangilla McAdam who talks about her new children’s book published by Ascension Press, The Real Presence. To find the book at Ascension Press CLICK HERE Or to connect with Claudia her Website is www.ClaudiaMcAdam.com The video Book Trailer can be found here.
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Grief & The Holidays
How to prepare for Advent?
Preparing for Advent & Sisterhood Drama – On this segment of Faith in Action, co-hosts Gordon Smith and Brigid Ayer are joined by Sandra Hartlieb who talks about ways to prepare for Advent, and in the second half Sandra talks about a Sisterhood Drama ministry she created and performs. To learn more about Sisterhood Dramas, connect on Facebook by clicking here Or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org