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Change of Plans: Casual Convo on Holiness – Episode 148

Prayer life, virtue, and holiness: That’s what we went with for this week.

We originally planned to have John Sablan back on to re-record our episode. However, due to scheduling conflicts, he couldn’t be with us. So Adam and Dave had, probably a much needed, casual conversation on topics they have been considering throughout the week.

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TOPIC: Prayer Life, Virtue, and Holiness

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3 Comments

  1. Ryan Carel on 02/20/2019 at 11:37 AM

    Hey there! I’m a big fan of the show and the work you all are doing with this show! I really enjoyed this episode but I just wanted to bring something up that I’m sure you all are aware of. Early in this episode you all said something about an hour each week in adoration. I completely agree with that IF it is an option to you. I’m sure I’m not alone in saying this but it’s just not available where my family and I live. We have two parishes surrounding the immediate area and another about a half hour away but none offer adoration except on the first Friday of the month. The closest parish that’s going to offer adoration more regularly or frequently is an hour and a half away which is probably fine if I were single or my kids were older but that’s not my life station at the moment. Anyway I know there are other ways to still spend time with Jesus. I just wanted to bring that up because it’s not that easy when you’re outside of any of these dioceses that have a lot of great options happening. Anyway I’ll start rambling if I don’t stop now. Thanks for your time. If it’s a topic you all feel deserves more attention I’ll gladly keep it going =) .

    • Adam M. on 02/20/2019 at 2:39 PM

      Hey Ryan,
      That’s a tough situation. I don’t think I would drive that far for adoration either, especially with kids.
      A couple of thoughts:
      1.) Is your church open to where you could just sit in the presence of the Lord?
      2.) If you are available consistently at the same time, perhaps you could ask your priest if he would be willing to have adoration at that time. It might not work, but worth a shot.

      • Ryan Carel on 02/23/2019 at 1:35 AM

        Adam,

        I agree it is worth a try. We have tried in the past but i don’t remember if it was with this same priest or the previous one. Anytime I do get to do adoration though it’s a huge blessing. I enjoy it and am better for it. Part of this situation is that we are part of the parish on base (I’m active duty military). If the priest is willing though it could still happen. Or at least I don’t see why not.

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