Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on April 20, 2020
4:00 – Finding Forgiveness after the OKC Bombing
It’s been 25 years since the Oklahoma City Bombing, the deadliest act of domestic terrorism in our nation’s history. Many know the story of Timothy McVeigh, but few know the stories of his victims and their families – Bud Welch, who reached out to McVeigh’s father to find forgiveness and healing. Jeanne Bishop, who has seen her own family torn by violence, joins us with their story
5:00 – We Are An Easter People: Laity Respond to the Pandemic
In the wake of the coronavirus epidemic, the nationwide shutdown of Catholic churches has halted regular Mass attendance and impeded access to other sacraments for the Catholic faithful. Janet Smith has authored an open letter to the bishops asking to rectify this by exploring options for making the sacraments available within social distancing guidelines and state restrictions. She joins us.
5:20 – Spiritual Warfare in a Time of Pandemic
A few weeks ago we received the news that our friend Dan Burke has tested positive for the Coronavirus and was on a ventilator. Thanks to prayer and the work of his doctors, he made a recovery – but like with any psychical challenge, there is also a spiritual one. He shares his story and looks at spiritual warfare in difficult times.