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Holy Week Lenten Retreat and Masses

Posted on Mar 31, 2020

crown of thorns and nails for Holy Week schedule


Diocesan-wide Lenten Retreat with Fr. Michael Kelly , Director of Spiritual Formation for the Pontifical College Josephinum:
Monday, April 6, Tuesday, April 7, and Wednesday, April 8.
St. Gabriel Radio will air at 4PM and 7PM.
(More detailed information on this coming soon)

Daily Masses at 12:05PM Monday-Wednesday

Chrism Mass at 9AM on Thursday

Holy Thursday Mass at 6:30PM

Good Friday service at noon.

Easter Vigil Mass on Saturday at 8PM

Easter Mass on Sunday at 10:30AM

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Enthrone Your Home This Easter

Enthrone Your Home This Easter

Posted on Mar 30, 2020

enthrone your home this Easter with image of Sacred Heart of Jesus

Bishop Robert J. Brennan is encouraging all of us to take this time during the Pandemic to pray regularly with our families. He’s also encouraging us to do something special for Easter, to enthrone our homes to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

All you need to perform the enthronement is downloadable from It’s simple to follow and it will be a special gift to your family.

Fr. Stash Daily talks about The Greatest Drama:

Jesus spoke to St. Maragaret Mary Alacoque and made these 12 promises for those who would respond to the pleading of His Heart and make an effort to return His love.

1.  I will give them all the graces necessary in their state of life.
2. I will establish peace in their homes.
3. I will comfort them in all their afflictions.
4. I will be their secure refuge during life, and above all, in death.
5. I will bestow abundant blessings upon all their undertakings.
6. Sinners will find in My Heart the source and infinite ocean of mercy.
7. Lukewarm souls shall become fervent.
8. Fervent souls shall quickly mount to high perfection.
9. I will bless every place in which an image of My Heart is exposed
and honored.
10. I will give to priests the gift of touching the most hardened hearts.
11. Those who shall promote this devotion shall have their names
written in My Heart.
12. I promise you in the excessive mercy of My Heart that My all powerful love will grant to all those who receive Holy Communion
on the First Fridays in nine consecutive months the grace of
final perseverance; they shall not die in My disgrace, nor without
receiving their sacraments. My divine Heart shall be their safe refuge in this last moment.

Click on the logo below for downloadable and physical Enthronement Kits:

Welcome His Heart dot com logo

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Day of Prayer and Penance

Day of Prayer and Penance

Posted on Mar 25, 2020

Our Bishop, Robert J. Brennan, has called for a special day of prayer and penance for the sick and those who care for them on Friday, March 27, 2020.

In support of his call, St. Gabriel Radio will have at the top of each hour a local priest for 10-15 minutes of prayer and encouragement.  We will do this from 8AM-5PM and rejoin our regularly scheduled programming during these hours.

We hope you will join us this Friday – listening and praying with your community!

Pope Francis has also called us to join with the world in prayer through the extraordinary blessing “urbi et orbi”. Pope Francis will preside outside of St. Peter’s Basilica with the square empty as everyone is invited to participate spiritually. The blessing will occure at 1 p.m. ET on Friday. Read more about that here and watch this short video about the blessing from the U.S Conference for Catholic Bishops.

St. Gabriel Radio will carry EWTN’s broadcast of Pope Francis’ blessing Friday, March 27 at 1PM and 8PM.  

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Faith Filled Virtual Opportunities

Posted on Mar 20, 2020

Smart phone with praying hands for link to faith filled virtual opportunities

Suggestions for living your best faith filled virtual life during the COVID-19 pandemic . This is a dynamic page so check back for more ideas as we collect them.

List of On-Air Masses here.


On St. Gabriel Radio:

Damascus Daily Prayer Lab on air weekdays at 8:14 AM or in our archives.

Rosary: 5:30 AM and 9:30 PM, with Mother Angelica, with Fr. Benedict Groeschel

Divine Mercy Chaplet: On-air 5 AM and 3 PM Divine Mercy in Song, Divine Mercy Chaplet

Marian Consecration Prayers: in our archives.

Around the web:

Pray and hour in the Greater Columbus Right To Life’s Virtual Vigil as part of 40 Days for Life. You’ll find the link to the sign up here:

On-line perpetual Adoration. Watch livestream of perpetual Adoration anytime. A couple of these have been put on hold, but many are still live. Some will even tell you how many people are viewing with you. 

MAGNIFICAT is now offering complimentary access online with as many people as you can. Free temporary access is also available in Spanish:

Magnificat is also making available complimentary access to MagnifiKid. Visit

Pray Novenas with 100,000 of others around the world. 



Hallow ( A Catholic meditation app to help you find peace and grow in your spiritual journey

Laudete (Apple iOS) (Android) Laudate includes many awesome resources such as an interactive Rosary, Daily Readings, the Liturgy of the Hours, the Roman Missal changes, and the NAB and Douay-Rheims versions of the bible – all in a simple to navigate layout.

MAGNIFICAT is now offering complimentary access to its iOS and Android Apps throughout May. To register for free access in English, visit For free access in Spanish, visit and register at


Facebook Groups:

Some of these are private and you will have to request access. Most of the time the Admins respond within 24 hours. 

Catholic Parents Who Just Found Out They’re Homeschooling & Quarantined:

Other Ideas:

From Fr. Stash Dailey, paster of Holy Family Columbus, Ohio: I offer you a simple suggestion and extend an invitation to participate in a gesture of hope. Please consider placing a light in your window at night. You know the kind, the ones we see at Christmas time! That tradition started in the homes of the faithful who were deprived of the Holy Mass because of persecution. They would place a light in the window and would wait for a priest to visit. The traveling priests would know the homes of the faithful by the candle, the light, in the window. We live in a moment and time of precaution. The Holy Mass is still offered, the Light of the world is still present among us. Our hunger for the Lord, our confidence in His Mercy and our trust in His love for us may be offered to the world by a simple light in our windows. This darkness will not over take us for we believe in the One who Lives!

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