By the Numbers: Who Gives More?

Charitable giving is an important part of our social, financial and spiritual life. And studies show that giving to charity makes you happy. But who gives more to charity: men or women? Secular people or religious people?

The folks at Donate a Car 2 Charity compiled research and produced the following infographic with the results. Check them out and see if you guessed right!

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What is the value of a bumper sticker?

bumper-stickerDuring the Right Here, Right Now 2nd Anniversary show, Patrick Madrid took a call from a listener who showed the value that one Immaculate Heart Radio bumper sticker can have on a life.

The caller, who requested to remain anonymous, was a former prostitute who, after attempting suicide, saw an Immaculate Heart Radio bumper sticker and decided to tune-in. After listening to the programs on Immaculate Heart Radio, she found hope, turned her life around, and entered the Catholic Church.

Hear her story in her own words.

Immaculate Heart Radio president, Doug Sherman, said of this testimony:

“God’s grace is pretty amazing. Stories like this make our tough days a little easier. As Mother Angelica used to say when hearing a story like this: ‘We could shut it all down right now, and it would have been worth it. That’s the value of one soul.'”

To order an Immaculate Heart Radio bumper sticker for your car, give us a call at 888-887-7120.
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CRS Prayer Book Goes Around the World in 21 Days

walk-with-meSo many throughout the world are experiencing unimaginable suffering, and it seems we can’t turn on the television or go online without seeing more stories of tragedy – Christian persecution in Iraq, Ebola outbreaks in Africa, ongoing violence in Syria, and more.

Sometimes even prayer can seem overwhelming as we try to remember all those who are suffering around the world. Fortunately, Catholic Relief Services has put together a prayer book, “Walk with Me: A 21-Day Prayer Journey Around the World”, which includes:

  • 21 days of prayers and reflection
  • Devotions for people in places like East Africa, Syria, Afghanistan, Brazil
  • Prayers for mothers, children, refugees and for our Church around the world
  • Stunning, full-color photographs of people helped by the work of Catholic Relief Services, thanks to the generosity of people like you

If you want to help those suffering around the world through your prayers, then be sure to download the free prayer book here.

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