Francesca Franchina, MS Ed. speaks with Joe Beyerle, Bob O’Connor, Debbie Goldberg and Cindy Hill about the Feasts of Our Lady of the Rosary and Our Lady of Victory, the Victory of Our Lady at the Battle of Lepanto, Italy and the background of The Annual Rosary Rally at The University of Dayton Arena, Sunday, October 10, 2010 beginning at 3:00 PM. Founded by Joe and Bob, the rosary rally concept has spread to other areas and makes a prayerful statement to bring families to pray for peace in the world and hearts everywhere as the Blessed Mother requested at Fatima in 1917 to address life issues and end abortion.
Archive for September, 2010
Francesca Franchina speaks with Fr. John Fletcher, CC and Michael Duricy about the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows, The Sorrowful Mother, Other Marian Feasts , Mary in Ecumenism and Mariology in the lives of St. Louis De Montfort, Blessed Wm. Joseph Chaminade and others.
Francesca Franchina speaks with Dave Dravecky, former Major League Southpaw Baseball Pitcher about losing his pitching arm and shoulder to cancer and how God entered fully into the his life bringing Dave and his wife Jan out of despair and desolateness through a Christian counselor. In deep depression after their lives were uprooted by this life shattering event; learn how their life challenge changed into triumph through ministry to those in depression and life altering situations. Hear and meet Dave on Saturday, September 18, 2010 in Dayton. Get free tickets and learn more about this event to be inspired and motivated at Viva La Vita hosted by Dayton Right to Life. Call 937-461-3625 for tickets or see www.daytonlife.org.
Francesca Franchina, OCDS speaks with Frances Harry, OCDS, President of the Dayton Discalced Third Order Carmelite Mother of Good Counsel Community and others, about The Blessed Mother and Her Birthday Celebrated Carmelite Style; Mystical Theology and The Spiritual Foundations of the Discalced Carmelite Founders St. Teresa of Avila and St. John of the Cross and what it all means for today’s faith filled people and the world in general.