Happy feast of Our Lady of Walsingham! On today’s show, Matt Swaim and Anna Mitchell talk more about why England is known as “Mary’s Dowry.” Guests include Ken Craycraft on the so-called “Women’s Health Act,” Catherine Fishlock on when it’s appropriate to actually leave at the end of Mass, Bobby Schindler from the Terri Schiavo Life and Hope Network, and Fr. Hezekias Carnazzo and Fr. Jonathan Duncan to preview the Sunday Mass readings. Plus news, weather, sports and a whole lot more…
Kathleen Carr is online at catholicartinstitute.org.
Fr. Jonathan Duncan’s story is online at chnetwork.org.
Ken Craycraft is online at craycraftlaw.com.
Fr. Hezekias Carnazzo is online at instituteofcatholicculture.org.
Bobby Schindler is online at lifeandhope.com.
Amy Welborn is online at amywelborn.com.
Dr. Kevin Vost is online at drvost.com.
Catherine Fishlock is online at stgertrude.org.
Joseph Pearce is online at jpearce.co.
Deacon Steven Greydanus is online at decentfilms.com.
Prayer to Our Lady of Walsingham
O Mary, recall the solemn moment when Jesus, your divine son, dying on the cross, confided us to your maternal care. You are our mother, we desire ever to remain your devout children. let us therefore feel the effects of your powerful intercession with Jesus Christ. make your name again glorious in the shrine once renowned throughout England by your visits, favours, and many miracles.
Pray, O holy mother of God, for the conversion of England, restoration of the sick, consolation for the afflicted, repentance of sinners, peace to the departed.
O blessed Mary, mother of God, our Lady of Walsingham, intercede for us.