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Show Notes for Wednesday, 1/5/2021


Happy feast of St. John Neumann! On today’s show, Matt Swaim and Anna Mitchell talk to Sr Stephanie Gabriel, IHM, about his connection to the founding of her religious order. Other guests include Stacy Trasancos to discuss her new book on science and the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist, Brandon McGinley on why civilization needs true religion, and Gary Zimak on how Jesus guides us through the storms of life. Plus news, weather, sports and a whole lot more…

Sr. Stephanie Gabriel, IHM, is online at ihmimmaculata.org.

Gary Zimak is online at followingthetruth.com.

Dr. John Bergsma is online at johnbergsma.com.

Brandon McGinley, author of It is Right and Just

Stacy Trasancos, author of Behold It is I: Scripture, Tradition, and Science on the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist

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

Dr. Jared Staudt and Dr. John Cuddeback are online at instituteofcatholicculture.org.

Rita Heikenfeld is online at abouteating.com.

Marlon De La Torre is online at knowingisdoing.org.

Amy Alznauer, author of The Strange Birds of Flannery O’Connor


A Prayer with St. John Neumann

St. John Neumann,
You were once a layman:
help those in the priesthood of the laity
to respond gladly to God’s call to holiness.

You were once a seminarian:
help our young men and women
to answer God’s call for service in the Church.

You were once a catechist:
help those in the teaching ministry
to burn with the divine Word that they proclaim.

You were once a diocesan priest:
help all of our priests
To serve in vowed commitment to the Lord.

You were once a member of a religious order:
help all of our religious
to walk faithfully in the footsteps of their founders.

You were once a bishop:
help the leaders of our Church
to shepherd us in building God’s kingdom today.

St. John Neumann, help us all. Amen.

source: st.johnneumann.org