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Episode # 1789 - Celiac Disease And Communion

October 9, 2017

Due to Mary FioRito being away and scheduling complications, this is a re-air from August 14th, as well as August 21st and one of Winds Of Change's popular shows.  Thank you.

Today, for a different topic of discussion with Mary FioRito, she talks about a serious condition and disease that affects millions of Catholics around the world, Celiac Disease, which for those of you who may not be familiar with it, but a disease within the stomach of a person, which is caused by many of the things we use and eat and enjoy in our lives.  Joining her today is an old, dear friend of hers Father Joseph Noonan, Pastor of Saint Damian Church in Oak Forest, IL, who is diagnosed with this disease.  Before all that, Father Joseph Noonan talks a bit about himself, how he became a priest and history, as well as an upcoming raffle St. Damian is conducting. On the main subject of Celiac Disease, together, Mary and Father Noonan share some of their personal experiences with this disease, as stated Father Noonan is diagnosed with it and his sister, as well as Mary’s children too, each talking about what they had to go through in order to be diagnosed and symptoms associated with it.  Also, Father Noonan talks more on this and provides helpful insights to this disease by talking about it being in things we eat, use, and that were given to us by Jesus Himself too, in the Eucharistic Matter.  For more information on Mary FioRito and Father Joseph Noonan as well as his upcoming raffle, visit online at:

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