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Radio Archive #83: Hurt and Healing

cndpodcastrss1In this episode: We talk about brokenness and weakness, hurt and healing, and how God helps us in our weakest times. This podcast is courtesy of Sirius 159/XM 117 (The Catholic Channel). You can get a full three hours of The Catholics Next Door, Monday through Friday from 10AM to 1PM EST, only from Sirius/XM. Sign up today!

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  1. Kyle Mead

    February 15, 2011

    Thanks for this episode. I really needed to hear this today.

  2. Kyle – That’s why we posted it 🙂

  3. Barb in Nebraska

    February 21, 2011

    I really enjoyed this thought filled show from a male’s view point. DH is estranged from his father and ‘I’ always feel like ‘I’ have to fix it. But knowing that Jesus is the fixer is the best reminder for me. Thank you, Greg. Barb

  4. Thank you Greg for your message. I started a men’s group not too long ago and we talked about how we have to trust God and stop trying to be the tough guys who know everything and try to fix everything. Hearing you say that allowing ourselves to be weak so that we can be emptied out and be filled up again by God only confirms what I, and the men, in my group, had talked about. I suggested to them they listen to the podcast. Thank you so very much for your ministry. I will keep both of you in my prayers.

  5. Thank you for your Catholic New Media ministry! I have only heard you a handful of time but just listened to your most recent podcast above. Thank you for your honesty and candor as it is great to relate to other married Catholic couples. Catholic or not, we all go through similar issues, it is just that we have Someone to turn to, esp. via the Sacraments and in this Lenten season. Keep up the good work Greg and Jennifer. Know that we are all in this together, will keep each other and all married couples in prayer.

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