Afternoon Morning Show
The Weekly Word
It’s finally time for the “Drink the Kool-Aid”challenge to begin! Find out what Megan, Chris and Vinny will be doing, (and place bet’s on who you think will last.) Highlights includes Chris playing life coach to Vinny and the “life hack*” that got Megan through her college thesis. All and more on this episode of the Afternoon Morning Show
*Megan’s life hack is not endorsed by Everyday Catholic.
This season is not about waiting to see what is under the tree. We are not celebrating Christmas yet, even if we are decorating and listening to Christmas music. We Catholics are focused on something much greater. We are focused on preparing for the coming of the Lord. We are preparing for the end of time.
In Luke 21:34 Jesus warns that we need to be careful and guard against three things that can make our hearts drowsy.
Pope Pius XI believed the world of his time needed to be reminded of the primacy and Lordship of Jesus Christ, and that the faithful needed to be inspired to go out into the world in Christ’s name, under his kingly banner.
The end will come. I know, it’s not the most cheery thought to start with, but it is an ultimate truth. There is not, has never been and never will be someone born who will not die. . . physically. (Ok, there are a few exceptions, ie. Jesus, Elijah, and Enoch) It is an odd circumstance of humanity that while, yes, our physical bodies will die, our souls are immortal. They have no end.
That truth can be the most significant source of peace in our lives or the most significant source of anxiety.