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WHYF Launches Free App
We are happy to announce that we now have our very own free app. This app allows listeners to take us everywhere. This multi-function app has several helpful features: one-touch listening, program schedule, one-touch calling, Facebook button, and a website link. The app was especially designed to be very easy to use. Download the app and get started today.
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Did You See the Article about us in the CATHOLIC WITNESS?
The Harrisburg Diocese Newspaper published a great article about Holy Family Radio as we celebrate our tenth anniversary. You can read the article by using the link below.
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Spiritual Advisor's Corner
Did you stay up to watch the festivities in New York City? When I was growing up, I always fell asleep waiting for that ball to drop in Times Square, and my parents would have to get me up to see it, so we could "usher in" a new year. I then went right back to sleep. I was too worried about the bowl game Notre Dame was playing in on Jan. 1 (and probably losing), or thinking about the Christmas gifts I got a week earlier. I was looking ahead or backward, and couldn't care about the present.
As much as I could care less to see the New Year arrive, that memory is a great reminder how important it is to live in the moment as Christians. God is here with us NOW, and the more we look back or forward, the more we miss His Divine Presence with us now. Is it any wonder that so many of us don't feel His Presence in prayer? It's because we are trained by society to look ahead or backward. But an unhealthy focus on either leads to despair (from worries about the past) or anxiety (or worries about the future).
It is only when we "wake up" to live the moment, when we can feel the True Presence of Our God. He is constantly loving us into existence, and without Him, this moment would not be possible. His call is to us NOW, and perhaps that is why our world wants us to focus constantly on things happening in the future, or to saddle us with the mistakes of our past. If we focus on those, we miss Him. Advent was a time for us to "awaken" to the reality that Jesus is with us now. So, let us do in the new year what the Advent prayers at Mass instruct us: to judge wisely the things of this world, so that we may hold fast to those things that are eternal!
Fr. Timothy Sahd
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