Our Fall Sharathon starts tomorrow (Tuesday, September 14th). Each day local parishes and ministries will be hosting their own hour to share their stories and insights from their work. Tune in each day to hear how Catholic radio impacts people’s faith journey and the many ways God is working in their lives as a result.
We’re also doing a throwback of the Kyle Heimann morning show from 7-8 am every morning!
The support Redeemer Radio receives from this major fundraiser not only keeps us on-air but also enables us to plan new ways of making Christ known in our community. YOU are critical to the success of Sharathon – help us reach our budget goal by donating this week! You can find the schedule of all of our host parishes and ministries here.
Yours in Christ,
Mental Health and Being “Woke”: Princeton professor Dr. Margarita Mooney Suarez shares her expertise as a sociologist and as an educator to talk about woke ideology and cancel culture and how they’re affecting the mental health of young people. She talks about the rise in loneliness, depression, anxiety, and suicide in pre-teens, teens, and young adults, and she shares a potential solution to the problem: refocusing on beauty.
The Diocese of Arlington recently released a documentary on the perspective of priests and Catholic laity at the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. The documentary walks through that fateful day in Arlington, VA.
Angelo Di Carlo chats 1-on-1 with the hero of Notre Dame’s Week 1 victory, Jonathan Doerer. The Irish kicker booted the game-winning field goal versus Florida State to lift Notre Dame to a 41-38 overtime win. Doerer speaks on his extra year thanks to the Covid rule and what it means for him to be a student at Notre Dame. Doerer has a strong Catholic faith and he says it has only grown by being on Notre Dame’s campus.