Episode 98: Open the Door of Your Heart and Soul to Mary with Kitty Cleveland
How They Love Mary
Kitty Cleveland is a Catholic singer and songwriter and this week she joins Fr. Edward Looney to talk about her devotion to Mary. She shares about a prayer experience she had, the music she sings, and the inspiration behind her daily Instagram Live rosary. Learn more about Kitty's music and ministry: https://www.kittycleveland.com/ Support the podcast by buying your holy socks from Sock Religious: https://www.sockreligious.com/?rfsn=5170834.c28065
Among Women 177: Winter Chill Gives Way to Blue Skies – with Kitty Cleveland
Among Women Podcast
March 27, 2014 This week’s episode: This special edition of Among Women features the vocal gifts of Kitty Cleveland. This week I’m privileged to share in celebrating the debut of Kitty’s new jazz album, Blue Skies. This ninth album covers great jazz standards. This podcast features several tracks from the album as well as Kitty’s commentary. Kitty Cleveland is a popular Catholic artist and speaker. Many people have been blessed by her singing of the Divine Mercy chaplet as well powerful Catholic hymns and chants. Her life as a singer-songwriter has spanned many styles and genres and taken her many places to sing and share her Catholic faith. Links for this episode: KittyCleveland.com – find all of Kitty’s music here. Kitty Cleveland on iTunes, and on Amazon. Kitty Cleveland’s Divine Mercy and Testimony on Lighthouse Media Other shows of related interest: AW 134: Music with Sarah Hart AW 96: Music with the Daughters of St Paul Reminders: Send your comments to Pat Gohn at firstname.lastname@example.org, or to the Among Women podcast facebook page. Follow Pat on Twitter: @PatGohn. Follow Among Women on Twitter: @among_women.
March 24, 2014 – Kitty Cleveland Testimony to Divine Mercy
Living Eucharist – Radio Maria USA
Host Kathleen Beckman dialogues with Kitty Cleveland, singer, songwriter, international speaker, regarding her family’s trial, the imprisonment of her deacon & attorney father, his vindication after years in prison, and his death to cancer. Kitty shares how she was upheld by daily Eucharistic Holy Hours, how the family chose to forgive their persecutors, and how God brought great good out of the suffering. Through Marian Consecration, her wounds were healed when she opened herself up to communion of life with Mary.
The Jazz Brunch: The Perfect Combination of New Orleans Food & JazzNew Orleans is known for its food. From gumbo to jambalaya to fresh seafood from the Gulf of Mexico expertly prepared in a myriad of ways, the food in New Orleans is world-famous. New Orleans is also known as the birthplace of jazz. And these two elements – food and jazz – come together perfectly in what is traditionally called a Jazz Brunch. “Brunch,” a combination of the words “breakfast” and “lunch,” is a leisurely meal that is historically enjoyed on Sundays. But here in New Orleans, you can enjoy brunch just about any day of the week. Brunch is not rushed. It is enjoyed leisurely. Starting off with a cocktail (or an aperitif) like a Bloody Mary, Mimosa or Mint Julep, brunch typically begins after after church on Sunday mornings and lasts for a few hours. Brunch provides an opportunity for family and friends to come together to celebrate family life and the culmination of another week… and to relax and prepare for the new week ahead. Full show notes are available at http://catholicfoodie.com.
Catholic Moments #83 - Kitty Cleveland and Kevin Vost
Lisa Hendey & Friends
During this week's episode, Lisa shares interviews with and . offers an stirring reflection on Our Lady of the New Advent.Be sure to enter this week’s contest to win a lovely Swarovski crystal wrap Rosary bracelet - . Share your feedback at 206-339-9272, comment here on the blog or email email@example.com.Links for this episode:, , Subscribe to the | Subscribe with