* February 5, 2020 at 2-3 PM C.T. our guest will be Donna-Maria Cooper O'Boyle who is recognized by millions of people as the friendly face and soothing voice of ideal Catholic womanhood.  She has frequent appearances on EWTN, radio and television and has written many books.  Her latest book "Reclaiming Sundays" will be available very soon!!!  

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

* January 22, 2020 at 2-3 PM C.T. our guest will be Sr. Anne Marie Walsh, SOLT. 

Sr Anne Marie Walsh, SOLT, is a Sister of the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity praying and working together with other SOLT Sisters, Priests and Laity in the New Evangelization in the modern world, in areas of deepest apostolic need.  She blogs at Musing of a Missionary in the Modern World while serving elderly members of Bosque,NM, and conducting Healing of Family study groups and retreats  She has a book that has just been released on Amazon!  "The Blessing Voice" that was inspired during a first visitation to the SOLT missions in Thailand.

More information is available at :

"https://joyalive.net/joy-stories-living-encounters-by-sr-anne-marie-walsh-solt/"

* January 29, 2020 - our guest will be Joe Sikorra, A Marriage & Family Therapist in Westlake Village, California.  Joe and Lori Sikorra were enjoying their lives with their two young sons, John and Ben, when a devastating diagnosis would change everything. Both of the Sikorra children had a rare and fatal juvenile "Batten Disease.  The family could have given up hope and stopped living -- but they chose joy.  The Sikorra family's extraordinary and deeply personal story is told in his new book, "Defying Gravity": How Choosing Joy Lifted My Family from Death to Life", by Joe Sikorra.

 

 

 

* February 12, 2020 at 2-3 PM C.T. our guest will be Fr. Bruce-John Hamilton.  Father was born in Sudbury Ontario Nov. 14, 1959.  He will discuss how when he decided to attend a University where he would be able to play more basketball and at the same time school would be a secondary issue.  But God's plan for him was to call him from the basketball court to the priesthood.