Happy feast of St. Rita of Cascia, patroness of impossible causes! On today’s show, Matt Swaim and Anna Mitchell welcome Dr. Scott Hahn to look at how the Israelites treated their dead, and what that teaches us about the resurrection. Other guests include Fr. Hezekias Carnazzo with a preview of the Sunday Mass readings, Bible foods expert Rita Heikenfeld with recipes for Memorial Day, and Deacon Steven Greydanus to review the new film “Young Ahmed.” Plus news, weather, COVID-19 updates, and more…
Dr. Scott Hahn, author of Hope to Die
Rita Heikenfeld is online at abouteating.com.
Fr. Hezekias Carnazzo is online at instituteofcatholicculture.org.
Deacon Steven Greydanus is online at decentfilms.com.
Bill Schmitt is online at onword.net.
Ken Craycraft is online at athenaeum.edu.
Archbishop Dennis Schnurr is online at athenaeum.edu.
Joseph Pearce, author of Literature: What Every Catholic Should Know
Dr. Amber Day is online at mycatholicdoctor.com.
Meg Wittman is online at cincinnatirighttolife.org.
Catherine Fishlock is online at stgertrude.org.
A Prayer to St. Rita
O powerful St. Rita, rightly called Saint of the Impossible, I come to you with confidence in my great need. You know well my trials, for you yourself were many times burdened in this life. Come to my help, speak for me, pray with me, intercede on my behalf before the Father. I know that God has a most generous heart and that he is a most loving Father. Join your prayers to mine and obtain for me the grace I desire. You who were so very pleasing to God on earth and are so much so now in heaven, I promise to use this favor, when granted, to better my life, to proclaim God’s mercy, and to make you more widely known and loved.