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Prelude to your Wake up Call

By Michael Galloway
Publisher of Catholic Online
©Catholic Online 2005

As I was lost in thought today when I awoke and having just finished my prayer, I decided that I was going to write you a short but very truthful - Prelude to your “Wake up Call”.

As you all may now recognize, we now live in a world that has become such a frightening place. There is so much anger and not enough love. Deep in the hearts of so many people, there's an emptiness that no one of this world can fill. And that emptiness makes it impossible for them to love or be loved.

'Remind them that I love them. That I died for them. Tell them my love is real. Open up your hearts and I will fill that emptiness. And only then will you be able to love one another as I love you'.

This is HIS message. It has never changed. Nor will it ever. Learn to forgive and let love fill your hearts. You see it is, just that simple

Believe in Faith. Believe in Hope. Believe in Forgivness. Believe in Love.

This is just the beginning. Just the Prelude to your "Wake up Call”.


Michael Galloway is the Publisher/President of Catholic Online, a Catholic media company that he and his wife Sandy built. He, his wife Sandy and Deacon Keith Fournier are the founders of the “Your Catholic Voice” movement. He also serves as the Chairman of the Board of “Your Catholic Voice, Inc.”, the 501c4 activist arm of the movement. Email Michael at

Your Catholic Voice is a movement to promote faithful citizenship based on the fundamental truths of the Catholic Church relating to Life, Family, Freedom and Solidarity. For information go to Your Catholic Voice


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