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Show Notes for Monday, 2/8/2021


Register for the Word 2021 Bible conference, featuring the Son Rise Morning Show’s Matt Swaim, along with many of our regular guests such as Dr. John Bergsma, Danielle Bean, Bill Donaghy, Sarah Christmyer and Dr. Ryan Hanning, as well as popular presenters like Fr. Mike Schmitz, Dr. Scott Hahn, Damon Owens, Chris Stefanick, Mark Hart and more for FREE here.


Happy feast of St. Josephine Bakhita! On today’s show, Matt Swaim and Anna Mitchell will discuss why her feast is held forth by the Church as the International Day of Prayer to Stop Human Trafficking. Guests include Kevin Schmiesing with This Week in Catholic History, Bear Woznick with more spiritual tune-ups for Catholic men to start the year, Danielle Bean on preparing well for Lent. Plus news, weather, sports and a whole lot more…

Kevin Schmiesing is online at fvinstitute.org.

Stephanie Mann is online at supremacyandsurvival.blogspot.com.

Danielle Bean is online at catholicmom.com.

Bear Woznick is online at deepadventure.com.

Fr. Dwight Longenecker is online at dwightlongenecker.com.

Deacon Lou Aaron’s story can be found at ncregister.com.

David Kissell and Ryan Lopez are online at aocstewardship.org.

Marlon de la Torre is online at knowingisdoing.org.

Bill Donaghy is online at tobinstitute.org.

Dr. Jim Schroeder is online at James-schroeder.com.


A Prayer to St. Josephine Bakhita

St. Josephine Bakhita, you were sold into slavery as a child
and endured untold hardship and suffering.
Once liberated from your physical enslavement, you found true redemption in your encounter with
Christ and his Church.
O St. Bakhita, assist all those who are trapped in a state of slavery;
Intercede with God on their behalf
so that they will be released from their chains
of captivity.
Those whom man enslaves, let God set free.
Provide comfort to survivors of slavery
and let them look to you as an example of hope
and faith.
Help all survivors find healing from their wounds. We ask for your prayers and intercessions for
those enslaved among us.

prayer from the USCCB Office of Migration and Refugee Services