Radio Maria Host Kathleen Beckman will interview Fr. Sean Kilcawley regarding his apostolate Integrity Restored. They’ll discuss bringing hope and healing in a “pornified world”, and equipping clergy to do the same. Website: http://integrityrestored.com
Host Kathleen Beckman teaches on the meaning and value of suffering according to St. John Paul II’s encyclical “Salvifici Dolores”. Why “offering up”
suffering makes reparation and co-redeems. Learn how to make your suffering count—don’t waste it.
Host Kathleen Beckman catechizes on pride versus humility giving the example of Cardinal Francis Xavier Van Thuan’s Eucharistic witness in a Saigon Prison. In the second half of the program Kathleen speaks on the Sacrament of Reconciliation and it’s deep tie to the Eucharist.
Host Kathleen Beckman will speak on “Being Transformed into Christ: The Eucharist”. Learn the way that the Eucharist works to unite us to Christ, and how to grow more deeply rooted in Eucharistic life.”
Host Kathleen Beckman catechizes on “Fatima For Today”—the message of mercy, the call to conversion, the invitation to reparation. Learn why Mary’s apparition at Fatima and the 100th anniversary this year is still very relevant for believers in 2017 and how we are to respond?
Guest Host, Al Smith shares what Archbishop Fulton Sheen teaches about the identity of the priest, why we need to pray for priests, the privilege and duty of spiritual fatherhood and his work with seminarians. The power of prayer, sacrifices, and the offering of suffering are interwoven.
Host Kathleen Beckman will interview Kevin Vost, author of The Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit: Every Spiritual Warrior’s Guide to God’s Invincible Gifts.
Fostering Fear of the Lord, Practicing Piety, Acknowledging Knowledge, Fortifying Fortitude, Counting on Counsel, Unwrapping Understanding, Welcoming Wisdom, and more.
Host Kathleen Beckman discusses “Knowing Christ in the Breaking of the Bread”. Learn how the Mass brings us into intimate communion with the Lord.
Host Kathleen Beckman discusses the path to becoming a saint by way of the Eucharistic life. She shares how the Eucharist re-makes us so we can become saints. She also talks about how the saints battled Satan and how we need to keep God’s armor on us at all times.
Host Kathleen Beckman catechizes about trust in God, Divine Mercy, and how to be be delivered from any thing that prevents us from having confidence in God.
Host Kathleen Beckman catechizes on God the Father’s messages to St. Catherine of Siena, Doctor of the Church on the topics of pride, free will, priests, suffering, and the Precious Blood.
Guest: With Vatican Swiss Guard David Geisser, Kathleen Beckman discusses the new Vatican Cookbook with tributes to Pope St. John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI, and Pope Francis. The discuss the history of the Vatican Swiss Guard and the tradition of beauty and food within the Vatican family.
Host Kathleen Beckman dialogues with author Julie Onderko, about “Discover Your Next Mission from God: Saints who found God’s will and how you can too”. Listen and gain saintly strategies for the greatest adventure of your life–your vocation, mission, calling.
Host Kathleen Beckman dialogues with EWTN TV & Radio Host, Johnnette Benkovic on the subject of her book, “Experience Grace in Abundance: Ten Strategies for Your Spiritual Life”. They discuss our relationship with God and our relationship with others, the truth about yourself, engaging in prayer, embracing the cross and hoping in God.
Host Kathleen Beckman discusses the mercy of God and interviews Dr. Rhonda Chervin, a prolific award winning author and professor on the topic of “Avoiding Bitterness in Suffering”.
Host Kathleen Beckman catechizes on how the Eucharist and Divine Mercy help us to be healed from anxiety to peace. She leads a reflection from her new book “God’s Healing Mercy” and prayers from St. Faustina’s Diary.
Kathleen offers a reflection and catechesis on “God’s Healing Mercy” as it relates to Mary and the start of the Jubilee Year of Mercy.
Kathleen dialogues with Sister Tatum of the Apostles of the Interior Life regarding the life of Chiara Petrillo, a witness to joy in the midst of tragic circumstances.
Host Kathleen Beckman dialogues with Tajci (iDoBelieve.com) regrading God’s merciful love, conversion of heart, healing, and praise.
Host Kathleen Beckman dialogues with Fr. Robert Cruz on the subject of Mary, Spiritual Motherhood & Priests
Host Kathleen Beckman dialogues with Fr. George Zeck on the subject of Christ’s healing ministry and share many stories of spiritual and physical healing.
Host Kathleen Beckman leads us through a reflection, teaching and testimony about the Christian meaning of suffering. She leads us through the Catholic teaching of co-redemptive suffering, and of learning how to suffer with peace rather than anxiety. Quoting Hans Urs Van Balthasar’s teachings on the Christian and anxiety, she helps us to understand how Christ transforms anxiety into peace.
Host Kathleen Beckman discusses spiritual warfare from the point of exorcists teachings and her experiences as part of a team at the service of exorcist priests. She shares practical advice on putting on the Armor of God for the spiritual protection of self and families.
Living Eucharist: Host Kathleen Beckman speaks about the primacy of forgiveness for self and others; and prays for healing from the poison of unforgiveness. Kathleen shares also about a priest friend who underwent open heart surgery and had two near death experiences during his recovery period. The priest experienced the truth of the articles of faith in the Creed and also saw the rays of Divine Mercy pouring forth from the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Host Kathleen Beckman dialogues with special guest Fr. Larry Gosselin, OFM about his journey with the Lord and his devotion to St. Clare of Assisi who inspired his two new books, Hidden Sweetness and Unshadowed Light, Poems inspired by St. Clare of Assisi. Father Larry’s way with poetry is inspiring and truly provides a glimpse of divine beauty not to be missed. They discuss also why it is necessary for us to experience the beauty of God for our faith life.
Host Kathleen Beckman will dialogue with Kyle Clement in the subject of blessings and curses and how they affect families. They teach way to protect loved ones.
Host Kathleen Beckman dialogues with Sr. Caterina, a member of the same Congregation that St. Faustina Kowalska belonged to in Warsaw, Poland. Sr. Caterina shares how the message of Divine Mercy continues to impact the world, the power of the Divine Mercy Novena that Jesus gave to St. Faustina, the promises related to the veneration of the Image of Divine Mercy and the celebration of Divine Mercy Sunday.
Host Kathleen Beckman interviews guest, Deacon Doug Cook, director of the Cursillo Movement in the Diocese of Orange, CA. Deacon Doug shares his testimony about the call to become a deacon and the impact of the Cursillo Movement in the life of the Church. He shares the history and spirituality of the Cursillo Movement that has impacted the lives of countless Catholics around the globe.
Host Kathleen Beckman dialogues with best selling author Michael Brown, founder of SpiritDaily.Com. Michael discusses the genesis of his apostolate, testimony about his re-version to Catholicism following an experience with St. Michael the Archangel. Michael talks about forming an intentional spiritual life of prayer, fasting and putting on the armor of God (Ephesians 6). They discuss the power of confession as a healing sacrament, Marian apparitions, and spiritual warfare responses.
Michael Lichens, Catholic Exchange Editor is the host of this program and he shares about the interior life, especially the spirituality of the season of Lent.
Host Kathleen Beckman dialogues with author, Rita Ford about her Study Guide that accompanies the spiritual classic “I Believe In Love”, a personal retreat based on the teaching of St. Theres of Lisieux by Fr. Jean D’Elbee. Rita shares the genesis of the work, her relationship with St. Therese of Lisieux and how the Holy Spirit prompted her to help spread devotion to the “greatest saint of modern times” by writing a Study Guide that includes reflection questions on confidence, abandonment to Jesus, great desires, humility and peace, the cross and the Eucharist and more.