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Bishop-elect Earl Fernandes – Vespers, ordination, and installation

St. Gabriel Radio Coverage:

Solemn Vespers

Monday, May 30
7 – 8 pm – Live coverage from St. Andrews Church, Upper Arlington.

Ordination and Installation Mass

Tuesday, May 31

St. Paul the Apostle Church in Westerville.

Pre-ordination coverage:
1 – 2pm – Bill Messerly, Leo Madden, and Dave Orsborn with special guests.

2 pm – Live coverage of the ordination and installation

Post-ordination coverage:
4:30pm – 5pm St. Gabriel Radio hosts, local clergy members and diocesan representatives


Livestream and Cable Broadcasts:

Solemn Vespers

Monday, May 30, 7pm

Diocese of Columbus YouTube channel:

Diocese of Columbus website:

Ordination and Installation Mass

Tuesday, May 31, 2pm

Diocese of Columbus YouTube channel:

Diocese of Columbus website:

EWTN:

Catholic TV Network:

Holy Week Special Programming 2022

Local Masses on St. Gabriel Radio

Tuesday, April 12 at 6PM

Chrism Mass from St. Joseph Cathedral. Worship Aid

Easter Sunday at 8AM

Easter Sunday Mass from St. Joseph Cathedral. Worship Aid

Watch the Easter Sunday Mass from St. Joseph Cathedral at 10:30AM on NBC4 Columbus or from the Diocese of Columbus Website

EWTN Holy Week Programming on St. Gabriel Radio

Holy Thursday
5:00pm Holy Thursday Meditations with Fr. Benedict Groeschel
5:30pm Choral Meditations on the Eucharist from the BSNIC, Washington DC (LIVE)
6pm Solemn Mass of the Lord’s Supper from the BSNIC, Washington DC (LIVE)
9pm Holy Week Retreat w/Fr. Pablo Straub (part 4)
Good Friday
8am Last Seven Words of Christ with Bishop Robert Barron
11am Celebration of our Lord’s Passion with Pope Francis (LIVE from Rome)
12pm Mornings with Mother: “Stations of the Cross, part 2”
1pm Good Friday Meditations with Fr. Benedict Groeschel
1:30pm The Passion & Death of Jesus with Fr. Andrew Apostoli
2pm Holy Heroes: Stations of the Cross for Kids
2:30pm Choral Meditations and Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion from BNSIC, Washington DC (LIVE)
5pm The Passion by Radix
6pm Good Friday Meditations with Fr. Benedict Groeschel
6:30pm Way of the Cross with Pope Francis from Rome (tape delayed)
7:30pm The Passion & Death of Jesus with Fr. Andrew Apostoli
8pm The Seven Last Words of Christ with Fr. Raymond DeSouza
9pm Family Theater special: The Passion of Our Lord with Lionel and Ethel Barrymore
9:30pm Holy Rosary
10pm Holy Week Retreat w/Fr. Pablo Straub (part 5)
11pm Way of the Cross – from the Archdiocese of Denver
Holy Saturday
4am The Seven Last Words of Christ with Fr. Raymond DeSouza
8am Mornings with Mother: “Seven Last Words of Christ”
1pm EWTN Bookmark
1:30pm Holy Saturday Paschal Vigil with Pope Francis (LIVE from Rome)
3:30pm Answering the Questions of Jesus: Do You Love Me?
4pm EWTN Live (encore)
8pm Easter Vigil Mass from BNSIC, Washington DC (LIVE)
10pm Way of the Cross – from Denver
Easter Sunday
2am Mother Angelica Live Classics: “Easter Week Scripture”
4am Solemn Mass of Easter from Rome with Pope Francis (LIVE from St. Peter’s Square)
6am Urbi et Orbi: Pope Francis’ Message to the World (LIVE)
6:30am Stories from the Heart – Easter Special 2022
10am MISSA IN TEMPORA BELLI by Joseph Haydn: Proper of the Mass for Easter Sunday Twin Cities Catholic Chorale
11am Easter is For Everybody! with Fr. Cedric Pisegna
12pm Solemn Mass of Easter Sunday from BSNIC, Washington, DC (LIVE)
3pm Mother Angelica Live Classics: “Easter Week Scripture”
4:30pm Easter Sunday Meditations with Fr. Benedict Groeschel
8:30pm Stories from the Heart – Easter Special 2022
11:30pm Easter Special: The Resurrection and Beyond with Fr. Andrew Apostoli

On Air Christmas Masses 2021

As part of our special EWTN programming

December 24, Christmas Eve

SOLEMN MASS OF CHRISTMAS EVE
From Rome (live) December 24 at 1:30 PM

SOLEMN MASS OF CHRISTMAS EVE
From the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C.
December 24 Starting with choral meditations at 10 PM

December 25, Christmas Day

OFFICE OF READINGS
From the Holy Land December 25 at 1 AM

URBI ET ORBI: MESSAGE AND BLESSING
From Rome (live) December 25 at 6 AM

SOLEMN MASS OF CHRISTMAS
From EWTN (live) December 25 at 8 AM

SOLEMN MASS OF CHRISTMAS DAY
From the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. (live)
December 25 at 12 PM

Full December 24th and 25th schedule

Eucharistic Gathering – Registration Drive

This Friday, August 13, from 8-10AM and 4-5PM we will be talking with Bishop Brennan and local priests about the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist and inviting you to register for the Diocesan Eucharistic Gathering on August 28.

On-air schedule of guests:

8:00AMBishop Brennan
8:30AMFr. Adam Streitenberger
9:00AMFr. Mike Hartge
9:30AMFr. Dan Dury
4:00PMFr. Stash Daily

Real Presence Real Future Eucharistic Gathering

August 27

Virtual event from St. Joseph Cathedral – 6PM to 9:30PM, Livestream or listen on St. Gabriel Radio.

August 28

In person and virtual event from St. Charles Preparatory School – 8AM to Noon, Livestream or listen on St. Gabriel Radio.

Register for the in-person event and get the full schedule here.

Celebrating the Eucharist: Live On-Air Event

This Friday, August 13, from 8-10AM and 4-5PM we will be talking with Bishop Brennan and local priests about the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist. Topics will include: the Eucharist in Scripture, How does the Eucharist change us, and the upcoming Diocesan Eucharistic Gathering August 27-28.

On-air schedule of guests:

8:00AMBishop Brennan
8:30AMFr. Adam Streitenberger
9:00AMFr. Mike Hartge
9:30AMFr. Dan Dury
4:00PMFr. Stash Daily

Real Presence Real Future Gathering

August 27

Virtual event from St. Joseph Cathedral – 6PM to 9:30PM, Livestream or listen on St. Gabriel Radio.

August 28

In person and virtual event from St. Charles Preparatory School – 8AM to Noon, Livestream or listen on St. Gabriel Radio.

Register for the in-person event and get the full schedule here.

Celebrate the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Join us on June 11 from 7:30AM to 10AM and then again from 4PM to 5PM as we celebrate the Solemnity of The Sacred Heart of Jesus with some very special guests, each with a special devotion to His Sacred Heart.

Morning
7:30AMFr. Adam Streitenberger, Coordinator for Evangelization
8AMFr. Stash Daily & Chuck and JoAnn Wilson (Sacred Heart Hour)
9AMFr. Anthony Dinovo, Pastor of St. Micheal’s Worthington
9:30AMFr. David Sizemore, Pastor St. Francis de Sales Newark
Afternoon
4PMFr. William Hahn, Vocations Director
4:30PMBishop Robert J. Brennan of the Diocese of Columbus

Enthrone Your Home To The Sacred Heart of Jesus

I will bless every place...promise no. 9 from Jesus to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

Offer your family the greatest gift, the gift of Enthronement (or renewing your Enthronement) to the Sacred Heart. You can start at any time, the important part is picking a time that will work for your family.

WelcomeHisHeart.com recommends you do it in 5 easy steps…

1. CHOOSE A SUNDAY for the enthronement ceremony and attend Mass together.

2. SELECT A SACRED HEART IMAGE and invite your priest to bless the image.

3. ESTABLISH A PROMINENT PLACE in your home where you will display the image. Consider placing picures of family members and friends near the image.

4. PREPARE YOUR HEARTS beginning three days prior to the enthronement. Recite the prayers in the booklet.

5. ENTHRONEMENT SUNDAY Gather together and place Jesus on the throne of authority in your home.

Need enthronement materials? Get an Enthronement kit at welcomehisheart.com

Listen to The Sacred Heart Hour on St. Gabriel Radio, live at 8AM every First Friday of the month.

The Sacred Heart of Jesus Image

Prayer to the Sacred Heart of Jesus

O most holy heart of Jesus, fountain of every blessing, I adore you, I love you, and with lively sorrow for my sins I offer you this poor heart of mine. Make me humble, patient, pure and wholly obedient to your will. Grant, Good Jesus, that I may live in you and for you. Protect me in the midst of danger. Comfort me in my afflictions. Give me health of body, assistance in my temporal needs, your blessing on all that I do, and the grace of a holy death. Amen.

Learn more about this devotion: Where Did Devotion to the Sacred Heart Come From?

The 12 Promises of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

“I will give them all the graces necessary in their state of life”.

“I will establish peace in their homes”.

“I will comfort them in all their afflictions”.

“I will be their secure refuge during life, and above all, in death”.

“I will bestow abundant blessings upon all their undertakings”.

“Sinners will find in my heart the source and infinite ocean of mercy”.

“Lukewarm souls shall become fervent”.

“Fervent souls shall quickly mount to high perfection”.

“I will bless every place in which an image of my heart is exposed and honored”.

“I will give to priests the gift of touching the most hardened hearts”.

“Those who shall promote this devotion shall have their names written in my heart.”

“My divine Heart shall be their safe refuge in the last moments”.

“There is pretext for discouragement, but no reason for it.  We can become saints in the simple accomplishment of daily life, in the beaten track, the simple path of Nazareth, without adding anything but the great sense of faith and the flame of charity.  Look at Mary in Nazareth–no halo, no pedestal, no miracle. Yet she is the Queen of Heaven.” – Fr. Mateo Crawley-Boevey, a great Apostle to the Sacred Heart. 

Father Mateo Crawley-Boevey: Spiritual Ammunition for the Battle