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Show Notes for Friday, 8/21/2020

Happy feast of Pope St. Pius X! On today’s show, Dr. Matthew Bunson talks about the legacy of the pontiff who helped guide the Church into the 20th century. Other guests include Fr. Hezekias Carnazzo with a preview of the Sunday Mass readings, Deacon Steven Greydanus with a review of the new film “Words on Bathroom Walls,” and NHL All-Star (and Catholic convert) John Scott to talk about this year’s hockey playoffs. Plus news, weather, sports and a whole lot more…

Read more about hockey star John Scott’s faith in the National Catholic Register.

Fr. Hezekias Carnazzo is online at instituteofcatholicculture.org.

Deacon Steven Greydanus is online at decentfilms.com.

Dr. Matthew Bunson is online at ewtnnews.com.

Dr. Regis Martin is online at franciscan.edu.

Donate to this year’s fund for Cincinnati urban Catholic schools at cisekids.org.

Bobby Schindler is online at lifeandhope.com.

Fr. Jonathan Duncan’s journey from Pentecostal preacher’s kid to Catholic priest can be viewed here.

Joseph Pearce, author of Literature: What Every Catholic Should Know

Bear Woznick is online at deepadventure.com.

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Pope St. Pius X’s Prayer to St. Joseph

Glorious St. Joseph, model of all who are devoted to labor, obtain for me the grace to work in the spirit of penance in expiation of my many sins; to work conscientiously by placing love of duty above my inclinations; to gratefully and joyously deem it an honor to employ and to develop by labor the gifts I have received from God, to work methodically, peacefully, and in moderation and patience, without ever shrinking from it through weariness or difficulty to work; above all, with purity of intention and unselfishness, having unceasingly before my eyes death and the account I have to render of time lost, talents unused, good not done, and vain complacency in success, so baneful to the work of God. All for Jesus, all for Mary, all to imitate thee, O patriarch St. Joseph! This shall be my motto for life and eternity.