Easter Sunday - Mass from St. Joseph Cathedral with Bishop Robert J. Brennan. Broadcast live on St. Gabriel Radio at 10:30AM. Livestream video of the Mass will also be available on ColumbusCatholic.org or on Columbus' NBC Channel 4. Holy Week schedules for parishes...
Easter Sunday – Mass from St. Joseph Cathedral with Bishop Robert J. Brennan. Broadcast live on St. Gabriel Radio at 10:30AM. Livestream video of the Mass will also be available on ColumbusCatholic.org or on Columbus’ NBC Channel 4.
Holy Week schedules for parishes around the Columbus Diocese can be found here.
Starting February 9, 2021 St. Gabriel Radio is reaching out to Greater Columbus drivers inviting them to listen this Lent.
Some of the areas you’ll find our billboards: Dublin Granville Rd, Sunbury Rd, Sawmill Rd, High St, Henderson Rd, and Spring St.
Please pray with us that these invitations will lead to conversion of hearts this Lent.
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Bishop Robert J. Brennan invites everyone to a time of Adoration this Lent.
Starting on Ash Wednesday, February 17, the Columbus Diocese will launch 40 Days of Adoration. Every day for 40 days, a different parish throughout the diocese will host Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament for Adoration throughout the day.
Click here for the current calendar of participating parishes.
“…He brought his disciples in the garden and he said to them. ‘Stay with me. Pray with me.‘ That’s what Jesus is inviting us into during Adoration. When we’re in front of the Blessed Sacrament we experience the Lord’s presence in a very profound way. To me, that is what I enjoy most about Adoration – having that moment to simply pour out my heart and maybe say nothing, but just be there with the Lord as a
friend.” Bishop Robert J. Brennan
What is Adoration?
Adoration is basically the worship of the Eucharist or Blessed Sacrament outside of the Mass. The Blessed Sacrament is displayed in a monstrance on the altar so that all can see and pray in His presence. Anyone can go to Adoration.
What do I do in Adoration?
Keep in mind you are in the presence of Christ. When entering, it is proper to genuflect on one or two knees and to cross yourself, as you would anytime you were in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament. If there are other Adorers, it is respectful to maintain silence. The exception to this is when Adoration is being led as special service where there may be praying as a group or worship music.
While you are in Adoration, this is your special time with Christ. You can pray, read, or even just sit and enjoy His company and friendship.
More about Adoration:
We invite you to pray the 9 Days for Life Novena with us!
Prayers led by Bishop Robert J. Brennan of the Columbus Diocese, along with Mark Huddy and Jerry Freewalt.
Each audio is 2.5 minutes long. Prayers originate from USCCB’s 9-Days for Life Novena
With these guided prayers you are encouraged to also make an act of reparation through a sacrifice, prayer, or act of penance.
We will be broadcasting EWTN’s Christmas Programming on December 24 and 25th.
You can find the full EWTN schedule here.
The radio Masses and Pope’s Christmas Message:
- Dec. 24 at 1:30 PM – Solemn Mass of Christmas Eve with Pope Francis from St. Peter’s Basiclica in Rome
- Dec. 24 10PM – Solemn Mass of Christmas Eve from National Shrine in Washington, D.C.
- Dec. 25 at 6AM – Urbi Et Orbi, Pope Francis’ Christmas Message from the Vatican
- Dec. 25 at 8AM – Solemn Mass of Christmas Day from EWTN
- Dec 25 at Noon – Solemn Mass of Christmas Day from National Shrine in Washington, D.C.
Video stream and TV:
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.
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.
A few years ago a petite, mature and silver hair woman stopped by the St. Gabriel Radio studios. She introduced herself confidently as Rose Ann Bieckelman. Rose Ann contracted cancer and faced it with prayer and love. Right before a cancer treatment 2015 she shared a beautiful message of hope for our listeners.
During our current storm, we need to be reminded of the hope that comes from our loving God. If you, or someone you know, has a few words of hope to share with St. Gabriel Radio listeners, call the new St. Gabriel Radio Hopeline. To record your message:
When you call the HOPELINE you will hear this message:
“Thanks for calling the St. Gabriel Catholic Radio HOPELINE. Before recording your message, please leave your name, parish and phone number. We only use your first name and parish name on-air. When done– press the POUND button.”
Please note your messages may be edited in length to fit our 30 second and 1 minute time slots.