Fr. Dan Reehil catches up with Fr. Mark Beard to discusses the signs of the times, the recent passage of the “Respect” for Marriage Act, the evils of the World Economic Forum, and the Warning.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the beauty of the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, our mother the perfect vessel for the Lord.
Fr. Dan Reehil and his mother continue their discuss of the book The Apostolate of Holy Motherhood expanding on the message presented and its relevance to our time.
Fr. Dan Reehil and his mother discuss The Apostolate of Holy Motherhood a book published in 1991. It chronicles a personal revelation from our Lord with specific instructions about family life.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses a variety of topics each Monday with his mom. Today they talk about proper reparations for sins.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the need to be ready for the evil times reflecting on the words of St. Paul in the 6th chapter of his letter to the Ephesians. Those times are here but take heart, the Christ is still King!
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the apostle St. Andrew on his feast day reciting the St. Andrew Novena which begins on his feast day November 30 and goes until Christmas Eve.
Fr. Dan Reehil speaks with his mom on this SPECIAL Tuesday with mom about the quality of faith and light during the season of Advent.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the power of gratitude. Happiness begins with recognizing the many gifts from God and being thankful for them. Fr. Reehil would like to wish all his listeners a Happy Thanksgiving.
Fr. Dan Reehil reflects on the remarkable life of St. Cecilia and discusses the 1st reading for Tuesday of the twenty-four week in ordinary time. Revelation 14: 14-19
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses a variety of topics each Monday with his mom. Today they talk about finding time for prayer during the busy days ahead of Thanksgiving and Advent leading up to the Christmas season.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the lives of St. Peter and St. Paul on the feast and dedication day to their respective basilicas.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the powerful life of St. Elizabeth of Hungary. He then speaks about the fascinating sage of John Allen Chau an American Evangelical Christian missionary who was killed by the Sentinelese, a self-isolated uncontacted people, after traveling to North Sentinel Island, India in an attempt to convert the tribe to Christianity.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses how destructive the Respect for Marriage Act will be and what it means to people of faith. He also talks about Anne Hathaway’s comments on the View about abortion and tells you how to combat the claim that the Bible does not condemn abortion.
Fr. Dan Reehil catches up with two parishioners of his parish who accompanied him on his recent trip to Medjugorje. Camille Desilva and Gretchen Wolaver recall the sites and experiences from their trip.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses a variety of topics each Monday with his mom. Today they talk about his trip to Medjugorje and the need to prepare in light of the Sunday readings.
Fr. Dan Reehil reflects on the life of these two little known apostles, Simon and Jude. He discusses how they are the living example of how to put on the armor of God to defend yourself against the evils of this world.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the first reading for Thursday of the Thirtieth Week in Ordinary time focusing on St. Paul’s call to put on the armor of God to defend against the great spiritual battle that is raging in our time.
Fr. Dan Reehil catches up with Colleen Willard. They discuss the story of a miraculous healing in Medjugorje.
Fr. Dan Reehil catches up with Joshua Mercer, co-founder of CatholicVote.org, where he serves as Political Director. They discuss political accountability and the up coming midterm elections.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses a variety of topics each Monday with his mom. Today they tackle the Kingdom of God
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the great mercy that is purgatory reflecting on the life of Maria Simma who is a mystic who was born in Sonntag, Austria to poor peasant farmers in 1915. Her story is told through author Nick Eltz in his book “Get Us Out of Here.”
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the Gospel reading for Thursday of the Twenty-Nineth Week in Ordinary Time
Fr. Dan Reehils discusses stewardship and it’s need during Radio Maria’s Fall Mariathon. Please call (888)408-0201 to donate or go to https://rmusa.civi-go.net/donate
Fr. Dan Reehil catches up with Bishop Frank Dewane bishop of the Diocese of Venice, Florida and Karen Schwarz the director of communications for the Diocese of Venice, Florida.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses a variety of topics each Monday with his mom. Today the talk about St. Ignatius of Antioch.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses why some prayers are answered and others seem to go unanswered. Our God is gracious and knows all. Whether your prayers are answered according to your will or not, the Lord will lead you to your proper end. Trust in Him.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the life and times of St. Edward the Confessor on his feast day. He also reflects on the impact of the Miracle of the Son at Fatima
Fr. Dan Reehil is joined by Oscar Delgado the producer for the St. Michael documentary that is opening for a second time on October 13th in select theaters. Check you local theatrical listings for show times.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the fascinating life of Bartolo Longo, an Italian lawyer who has been beatified by the Roman Catholic Church. He was a former Satanic priest who returned to the Catholic faith and became a third order Dominican, dedicating his life to the Rosary and the Virgin Mary. Fr. Reehil also touch on the Gospel reading for Tuesday of the Twenty-Eighth Week of Ordinary Time. (Luke 11: 37-41)
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the message of Divine Mercy our Lord gave to St. Faustina Kowalska.
Jennifer Hubbard is the president and executive director of the Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary, which she founded in memory of her daughter who died in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Jennifer is a national Catholic speaker and retreat leader and is frequently featured at Legatus gatherings.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses a variety of topics each Monday with his mom. Today they talk about the impact of St. Theresa of Lisieux and the theology of her Little Way.
Fr. Dan Reehil reflects on the life of St. Therese of Lisieux in anticipation of her feast day on October 1st. He discusses the impact of the theology of the little way and its real time application today. Doing small things with great love.
Fr. Dan Reehil finishes his discussion of the angels inviting Fr. Wolfgang Seitz, ORC to join him. Fr. Seitz is of the Order of Canons Regular of Holy Cross and Secretary of Opus Sanctorum Angelorum. He appears in the bonus content in the film Saint Michael being released today. He talks about the importance of St. Michael for protection and the fight against evil.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the signing of the executive order on Advancing Biotechnology and Biomanufacturing Innovation for a Sustainable, Safe, and Secure American Bioeconomy by President Biden with author Leo Hohmann. They delve into his article “Transhumanism is the New World Order Religion.” A eye-opening look into the goals of some of the world’s elites.
Find Leo Hohmann’s article here: https://leohohmann.com/2022/09/20/transhumanism-is-the-new-one-world-religion/
Fr. Dan Reehil continues his discussion on the angels leading up to the feast of the Archangels on September 29th. He also touches on the FBI’s raid and arrest of the founder of the King’s Men Ministry, Mark Houck and on the potential new prime minister of Italy, Giorgia Meloni
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses a variety of topics each Monday with his mom. Today they talk about the first reading from this past Friday of the 25th week in ordinary time; Ecclesiastes 3:1-11 and the latest message from Our Lady of Medjugorje
Fr. Dan Reehil reflects on the life of St. Pio of Pietrelcina commonly known as Padre Pio on his feast day. Fr. Reehil recalls his amazing life, miracles, and what Padre Pio meant to him.
Fr. Dan Reehil begins his discussion on the angels leading up to the feast of the Archangels on September 29th
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the components of the Mass in respects to the Blessed Sacrament. How are we to receive our Lord? What does the Church say about it? How great saints like St. Thomas Aquinas and St. John Paul II felt about reception of the Eucharist.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the gospel reading for Tuesday of the Twenty-Fifth Week of Ordinary time. What did Jesus mean when He said, “My mother and my brothers are those who hear the word of God and act on it.”
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses a variety of topics each Monday with his mom. Today they tackle what it means to be a child of the light.
Fr. Dan Reehil reflects on the Gospel reading for Friday of the twenty-fourth week of ordinary time. Are we ready to serve the Lord with our resources? The Gospel tells the stories of the diverse women who followed Jesus during His time on Earth.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the feast of Our Lady of Sorrows. The total surrender of our blessed mother to the Will of God. He touches on our Lord’s promises to all who are dedicated to Our Lady of Sorrows.
Fr. Dan Reehil reflects on the feast of the Exultation of the Cross. The significance of the cross and the honor owed to it.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses yesterday’s celebration of our lady’s holy name. He explains the power in her name telling a story of how the demons reacted to her holy name during an exorcism.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses a variety of topics each Monday with his mom. Today they look back on the day that was September 11, 2001. Fr. Dan and his mom reminisce about what it was like in and around the New York area that day going into detail about amazing stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the birthday of our blessed mother, Mary with his mom on a special edition of Mondays with Mom.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses everything Mary on her birthday. Who she is, why she is important, and how are we to ask for her intercession
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses plenary indulgences. Their meaning, purpose, and how to receive them.
Fr. Dan Reehil touches on the recent developments at Notre Dame and other Catholic Universities. He also explains the power of sacramentals.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the ways of pride and envy. He explains the remedy is to live with gratitude and humility
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the gospel reading for Thursday in the 22nd week of ordinary time. He focuses on the foundation of all virtues; humility
Fr. Dan Reehil catches up with Patrick Bentley of the Chesterton Academy of the Incarnation. They discuss the state of public education, the need for the arts, and how the Chesterton Academy is giving parents a true alternative.
Find out more about the Chesterton Academy at: https://chestertontn.com/
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses a variety of topics each Monday with his mom. Today they take a deeper dive into contemplative prayer.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses Our Lady of Czestochowa the Black Madonna of Poland. He tells a story of his trip to Poland and the graces the Lord bestowed on him and his colleagues during this trip.
Fr. Dan Reehil catches up with Daniel O’Connor. They discuss his new blog article on the governments suggestion that there is extra-terrestrial life and what it could mean for the future. How it ties into potential deceit from the devil.
Read more about this topic at Daniel’s Website: https://dsdoconnor.com/
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the types of Christian prayer and does a deep dive into contemplative prayer.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the recent disturbing developments coming out of the church. He stresses the need for prayer for our clergy.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses a variety of topics each Monday with his mom. Today they talk about the Feast of the Queenship of Mary.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses a variety of topics each Monday with his mom. Today they tackle all things concerning our lady on the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the emotion of anger. When is it righteous and when is it a sin. It seems each new day brings another reason to be angry. Father helps you find our Lord’s peace and gives you reason for hope. He also gives suggestions for what to do with the anger you feel.
Fr. Dan Reehil takes a deep dive into todays gospel for Thursday of the nineteenth week in ordinary times. He discusses what it really means to forgive and what our Lord is asking of us.
Fr. Dan Reehil catches up with John-Henry Westen co-founder and editor-in-chief of Life Site News. They discusses a variety of very interesting topics about the current state of the church, media, and the political landscape. John-Henry talks about the challenges in today’s world in the search for truth.
Stay up-to-date on current events at: https://www.lifesitenews.com/
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses what the Lord meant by becoming child-like to enter the Kingdom of Heaven and the desire for a happy death in light of the gospel readings for Tuesday of the nineteenth week in ordinary time.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses a variety of topics each Monday with his mom. Today they talk about the need for the discernment of spirits and spiritual warfare.
Fr. Dan Reehil has a wonderful conversation with the executive Director of Mary’s Shelter, Kathleen Wilson. Mary’s Shelter is a wonderful organization that provides housing and resources for pregnant women and children.
Find more information about Mary’s Shelter: https://marysshelterva.org/
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the life of St. John Baptiste Marie Vianney patron of parish priest and confessors
Fr. Dan Reehil speaks with good friend and theologian Daniel O’Connor about the signs of the time; how the evils of this world will increase before a time of peace. An inspiring call to prayer and frequenting the Sacraments.
Read more from Daniel O’Connor at his website: https://dsdoconnor.com/
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the life of St. Peter Julian Eymard, his love for the Eucharist, St. Peter the first pope and trust in the one true God
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses a variety of topics each Monday with his mom. Today they talk about the St. James and the latest message from our Lady of Medjugorje
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the life of St. Mary Magdalene. He explains how her contrition and repentance produced great joy in her and shows her never ending faith in Christ our Lord.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the Christian obligation to speak the truth, live the truth, and suffer for the truth.
Fr. Dan Reehil discusses the Gospel reading for Tuesday of the Sixteenth Week of Ordinary Time. A reading that is often misinterpreted and used by some to discredit the doctrine of Mary’s perpetual virginity. Father goes into detail about why this passage does not discredit this doctrine and explains what Jesus was trying to teach in this moment in his ministry.