Learn to become "God Strong" for spiritual warfare through prayer and use of sacramentals and devotions. The Grace Force Podcast is hosted by Fr. Richard Heilman and Doug Barry.
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Our world is in need of strong, focused, men of God. Men who will not take the easy way out when they are challenged to take the better, more difficult road. Bear Woznik is our guest on this episode of the US Grace Force and breaks down some importan... more
Satan’s first move, beginning in the 1970s, was the “dismantling” of the treasures of our faith. He removed what inspired souls to turn their lives completely over to God. Some refer to this dismantling as “watering down” the faith. but, the effect i... more
Martha, Martha, you are anxious and worried about many things. One thing is necessary. Jesus says this to Martha and to us. Face it. The signs of the times in our world right now are mounting. There is much for us to be concerned about and to see whe... more
Father you have every right to be suspicious. what is being left out is the Russian invasion of the Republic of Georgia in 2008. Chechnya war in the 90s and the decimation of rebel cities in Syria by the Russian military after the United States withdrew. Stalin is responsible for ethic Russian being in the donbask region. Donbask has been always Ukrainians territory. Stalin loved to transplant people from one county to another to depatoirize much like we did with Native Americans. Just because ... more
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… for being the voice of reason and hope! Thank you for clarifying the difference of what should be but isn’t; the difference between the loving the sinner and condemning the sin! And thank you for your consistency and bringing us hope and purpose and direction! Your examples of character and attitudes shine brightly and inspire! God bless you all in all you do! Always!
I absolutely love your podcasts. Please focus another podcast with Father Aultman and how the Catholic hierarchy are trying to silence him by asking him to leave the priesthood. I am so disappointed in our church. Father Heilman you as well as Fathers Aultman and Peckman are voices calling in the wilderness. Please remind the people of your book Let Freedom Ring. Such a wonderful book to pray against the forces of evil in our church, our country, and around the world. Thank you all for standing ... more
Doug, Fr. Heilman and guests have such a deep love for the faith and God. They speak about the current culture and do not sugarcoat the very decisive, even demonic hold that is happening in the US and around the world. I never miss an episode. Thank you for speaking the truth and for being a light in the darkness for many Catholics!
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U.S. Grace Force launched 3 years ago and published 104 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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