Monday, April 15, 2013

Book News: Radio "appearances" this Week

Say a quick prayer that the following radio interviews to well. (As in: Daria does not talk too fast and manages to sound coherent.)  And tune in if you receive these programs on your local Catholic radio station:

Monday: Sonrise Morning Show 7:45 am Eastern Time

Tuesday: Catholic Connection (with David Palmer subbing for Teresa Tome) Tuesday 9:39 am Eastern Time

Wednesday: Morning Air with Sean Herriott. 7:40 am Eastern Time.

Thanks!


9 comments:

  1. I heard you on the Monday Sonrise Morning Show on KATH Guadalupe Radio 910 AM in the Dallas, TX. Great job! Wonderful to hear your voice.

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  2. I'll listen to the podcast of the Sonrise Morning Show as I was at Mass while you were on this morning. I'll keep you in my prayers but I'm sure you'll do great!

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  3. Hi Daria,

    I heard you on the Son Rise morning show on EWTN 101.7 FM from Buffalo this morning. I enjoyed putting a voice to the (blog) words! Job well done! Good luck with the other promos.

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    1. Thanks everyone, and in particular you, JT Therrien. I see those frequent tweets that you post about the blog. I'm sure that's helping get the word out.

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  4. Hi Daria. My name is Margaret Keeler. I heard your radio interview on the Sonrise Morning Show and thought it was great! I have been a Liturgy of the Hours person for a number of years and can't imagine life without it. My ears really perked up when I heard you mention Fr. Steckler. I love that priest. Are you still in touch with him? Thanks again.

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    1. Another Stecklerite! Wonderful! Father is now in a Jesuit retirement home in Spokane.(and finds it quite penitential to be surrounded by Jesuits!) He loves hearing from old friends, so if you email me I'd be happy to give you the contact info. thesockeys"at"gmail "dot" com.

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  5. Listening to you right now! Great job!

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  6. Hi Diana, heard the show..great job! I grew up learing from the Benedictines & learned the LOH from them. It is a presious & joyful way to pray with the Church & others throughout the world.
    Larry S. Billings, MT

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  7. Thanks again, everyone.
    Today I learned that I'm less nervous if I stand up and walk around while talking to the radio host, instead of sitting down. Maybe tomorrow I should dust the furniture or wash windows while talking to be calmer still.

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