Enjoy the podcast of the Jennifer Fulwiler as she takes a look at modern life through the lens of a Catholic convert and mother of six. Jennifer weaves humorous personal stories with insightful commentary on current events, and interviews fascinating guests.
Enjoy the podcast of the Jennifer Fulwiler as she takes a look at modern life through the lens of a Catholic convert and mother of six. Jennifer weaves humorous personal stories with insightful commentary on current events, and interviews fascinating guests.
#18 || The defection of a Roger Ailes warrior. "Very earlier on, Roger called me Ailes Junior. He told my dad, 'I've never met anyone more like me than Joe.'" As the protégé of Fox News chairman Roger Ailes, Joe Lindsley was closer to the man who built Fox News than any Fox executive. He helped write Ailes' speeches, sat next to him at executive meetings, and went to church with his family on Sundays. What moved the ambitious twenty-something to abandon the conservative media titan? For a deeper dive into his epic odyssey, check out Joe's memoir — Fake News / True Story: www.inkshares.com/books/fake-news-true-story
Tony Blair: Centrism may be dead. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair sits down with Glenn Thrush in London to discuss the relationship between American and British politics, his close relationship with the Clintons, Brexit, and the danger of approaching politics with a closed-mind. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Netflix vs Blockbuster - Sudden Death | 1. This is Episode 1 of an 8-part series on the brutal business battle between Netflix and Blockbuster, and later HBO.It all started around 1997, with a guy named Marc Randolph and his mathematician friend Reed Hastings. Randolph and Hastings knew they’d have to take on Blockbuster, but what they didn’t anticipate was that their business model would take on network television and eventually change the entire movie industry.This was an 8-year total war that left innumerable casualties in its wake: thousands of hollowed out buildings and economic losses in the billions.Support us by supporting our sponsors:ZipRecruiter - Post jobs on ZipRecruiter for FREE by visiting them at ZipRecruiter.com/BWSquarespace - Get 10% off your first website or domain when you enter code BW at checkout. Visit them at Squarespace.com to get going!
Federer vs Nadal - The Hothead | 1. In this series we explore the unique tennis rivalry between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal-- two very different players, both exceptional, in pursuit of perfection. Swiss-born Roger Federer was seemingly born with a racquet in his hand and at a young age he quickly masters the game, but what he needs to reach the top is to learn how to master his emotions. Meanwhile, Spaniard Rafael Nadal learns the game under the tutelage of his uncle Toni on the clay courts of Mallorca, where the decision to make him a left-handed player separates him early from his competition. Support us by supporting our sponsors!Mack Weldon - For 20% off your first order, visit mackweldon.com and enter promo code SPORTSWARS at checkout!
Rank #1: FoC 038: Living Creatively Without All The Clutter with Ann Marie Heasley. We are thrilled that Ann Marie Heasley of one of our favorite design blogs, White House Black Shutters, joined us for this episode! In our conversation with Ann Marie, we chatted about decluttering the space in our homes and how it’s possible to simplify with small children in the house. We also picked … Continue reading FoC 038: Living Creatively Without All The Clutter with Ann Marie Heasley →
Rank #2: FoC 046: The Life Changing Insights of the Four Temperaments. After Haley discovered Connie Rossini’s wonderful books about spiritual growth plans for children’s temperaments, we knew we needed to have an episode dedicated to the four temperaments! We were thrilled that Connie could join us to share some of her wisdom. Connie Rossini is an author of four books and a Catholic homeschooling mom of four … Continue reading FoC 046: The Life Changing Insights of the Four Temperaments →
Rank #1: Letting Go of What Was and Embracing What Is. In this episode, Hallie chats with Susan Husband about her article, Letting Go of What Was and Embracing What Is, and talks to callers about their favorite Lenten sacrifices.
Rank #2: Gratitude, Seeking Happiness, and the Beatitudes. In this episode, Hallie talks about leaning into gratitude even during challenging seasons and experiences and chats with Father Jeff Kirby about seeking happiness and the Beatitudes.
Rank #1: J1ST 013 The Need for Theology and Practical . Today's episode goes out to all the married ladies out there with imperfect marriages...so all of us! The ideas behind today's episode come from the months of research and prayer and soul-searching I have been doing to create the Catholic Wife's Academy (which will be open for enrollment on August 8th). And here is the major take away I have to share with you today: To live out our marriages well we need the beautiful theology AND the practical application. In other worlds, we need to know and understand all the wonderful things JPII wrote on love and marriage, but we also need to know and understand some of the wonderful modern research done in secular realm on marriage, relationships, sex and simple conversation. We need both. And when we don't have both we can feel like we are left hanging... But, thank goodness we are Catholic! Listen for more and make sure to head over to www.dosmallthingswithlove.com for more details on the upcoming Catholic Wife's Academy.
Rank #2: J1ST 081: Friendship with Mary. Hey there friends! It's a big day around this small corner of the internet. Today I am sharing the LAST installment of the VIRTUES OF THE ROSARY. I can hardly believe it! I started discussing these virtues last summer, and here we are finishing them up as we approach another summer. So, today is all about the virtue attached to the final Glorious Mystery: the Coronation of Mary as Queen of Heaven and Earth. The virtue for this mystery is FRIENDSHIP WITH MARY. Since I feel like I have been talking about being close to Mary for this entire series, I start this episode by looking at Friendship in general. First of all, we need to remember that clearly friendship is important to God. While on Earth Jesus went out of His way to form friendships and He seems to even had had various types of friendships, and His best friend was likely St. John, the Beloved Disciple. There are two problems with modern friendships: We often USE our friends for our own gains, and don't really love them. We think that one friendship (or marriage) should be the only friendship that we need. And this is simply not true. True friendships require time, vulnerability and listening. These are the building blocks for any friendship and we can apply them to our friendship with Mary as well. We are called to spend daily time with Mary, share the secrets of our heart with her and listen to what she has to share with us. We need to listen, in particular to her message from Fatima: to Pray the Rosary and to accept suffering for the redemption of sinners. And that is it! I certainly enjoyed recording these episodes and I pray that they have enriched your own praying of the Rosary. Once again, if you would like to grab a copy of the Rosary Booklet where I offer reflections of each mystery of the Rosary, you can grab one right here: https://catholicsprouts.com/rosary-book And, the Just One Small Thing Podcast will be taking a break for the months of June and July! But, I will be back with new weekly episodes in August (God willing). Your sister in the small things, Nancy
Rank #1: 40: Dating Stories. You can support the Do Something Beautiful Podcast NOW on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/leahdarrowIn light of Valentines Day, I decided to do a podcast on the funny and unforgettable moments of dating. I am joined by Christina Jaloway, Sarah Swafford, Lisa Cotter, Jackie Francois Angel and our lone male contributor, Chris Stefanick. We share with you our dating stories, the ones that left us running for the hills and those that left us with some pretty big life lessons - we hope you enjoy them and laugh with (or at) us. My guests, as usual, are amazing and have given us, throughout this podcast episode, so many good resources, so here you go. You're welcome. ;) BOOKS: Forever: A Catholic Devotional For Your Marriage by Jackie & Bobby Angel (https://www.amazon.com/Forever-Catholic-Devotional-Your-Marriage/dp/0819827436/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1518465190&sr=8-1&keywords=forever+a+catholic+devotional+for+your+marriage) Emotional Virtue by Sarah Swafford (http://emotionalvirtue.bigcartel.com/product/emotional-virtue-signed-hardback) Dating Detox: 40 Days of Perfecting Love In An Imperfect World by Lisa & Kevin Cotter (https://www.amazon.com/Dating-Detox-Perfecting-Imperfect-World/dp/099720379X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1518465249&sr=1-1&keywords=dating+detox) The Other Side of Beauty:Embracing God's Vision of Love and True Worth by yours truly (Leah Darrow) (https://www.amazon.com/Other-Side-Beauty-Embracing-Vision/dp/0718090667/ref=pd_bxgy_14_img_2?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=0718090667&pd_rd_r=9GQKD61CWMP2A56RW25W&pd_rd_w=HI1bH&pd_rd_wg=g3za9&psc=1&refRID=9GQKD61CWMP2A56RW25W) BLOGS: The Natural Progression by Sarah Swafford What Not To Say To Your Single Friends by Christina Jalloway Stop Guarding Your Heart And Start Paying Attention To Reality by Christina Jalloway Websites: Jackie Angel: www.jackieandbobby.com Sarah Swafford: www.emotionalvirtue.com Lisa Cotter: www.madetomagnify.com Christina Jaloway: www.theevangelista.com Chris Stefanick: www.reallifecatholic.com
Rank #2: 27: A Forever Kind Of Love: Jackie & Bobby Angel. We all want a "forever-kind-of-love". A love that will last and lead us to the origin of love: God. Jackie and Bobby share with us their new marriage devotional, Forever, that helps single and married alike prepare or engage more deeply in the calling to be a total gift to another. Jackie and Bobby share a variety of stories from their single-to-dating-to-married life that make this episode hilarious, honest and thought-provoking. You can grab your own copy of, Forever: A Catholic Devotional for Your Marriage, by clicking here: https://www.amazon.com/Forever-Catholic-Devotional-Your-Marriage/dp/0819827436/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1504032932&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=forever+jackie+and+bobby To bring Jackie and/or Bobby Angel to speak at your event or to keep up with their great blogging, visit them here: www.jackieandbobby.com
Rank #1: 89: Love, Sex, and Orgasms. Tonight I chat with my two good friends, Emily Barry and Charity Hill! M is 4 Marriage N is for Nuptial Mystery O is for Orgasm P is for Pope John Paul II We’re going through the whole alphabet to give you a full 2 hour Valentines episode. If my work has helped you would you please start supporting me on Patreon? Click here to see all the cool gifts I'll send you in return. AND You'll get to listen to the next installment of the sex series! YEY!
Rank #2: 65: Embracing the temperament God gave you, with Kari Beckman . Thanks for listening! Gain access to our 7 part sex-series by becoming a Patron of Among The Lilies for $10 or more a month here: https://www.patreon.com/amongthelilies
Rank #1: Episode 123: How to Find Out Your Gifts. There has been a lot of conversation recently about finding out your gifts, and I have been hearing from women who are seeking to know what their gifts are. They particularly want to know how God wants them to use their gifts in their lives. How do we do that? First of all, I think it’s important that we have these conversations in light of the idea of “vocation,” which is a counter-cultural concept. Some ways I recommend finding out what your gifts are include: 1) What are you good at? This one is obvious, but sometimes we don’t pay attention to our natural skills. What comes easy for you that is difficult for others? 2) What do others say? What do the people in your life tell you your gifts are? Ask them! 3) Pray about it. Ask God what your gifts are, and the ways in which he wants you to use them in service to others. 4) Remember the idea of hidden talents. The gifts that God has given you might not be obvious and/or glamorous. Be open to the idea that your skills may be a hidden part of your service to God and others, rather than obvious “talents” that others readily appreciate. Finally, I answer a question from listener Karen who shares about her struggle with making fitness a regular part of her everyday routine.
Rank #2: Episode 49: Free Yourself From Jealousy #048. This week we are talking about the ugly sin of JEALOUSY and all the ways it threatens to hurt our relationships and rob us of peace and joy in our lives. Women especially are vulnerable to this sin because we notice all the details about ourselves and others. Find complete shownotes at www.DanielleBean.com.
Rank #1: S03 Episode 15: Intimacy . There is good news and bad news. The bad news is Michelle, Sr. Miriam, and Heather planned on recording a podcast while at the Royal Retreat held this last weekend in British Columbia. Because Michelle's flight was over 3 hours late they didn't have time to record a new podcast. The good news is we have a recording of Heather's talk from Saturday of the retreat on intimacy. Here are the two videos Heather used in her talk: Adoptions Wedding first looks Discussion Questions: How does it make you feel when God says the words “you are mine”? Do you believe that you are delightful to God, even in your brokenness What do you think blocks your intimacy with God? Journal Questions: What ways do you bond with God and what are the ways you need to open the door to? Journal about what the veil is in your life? What broken parts of the parent child relationship or marriage relationship analogies affect your relationship with God? Quote to Ponder: “There can be no intimacy – emotional intimacy, spiritual intimacy, physical intimacy – without vulnerability. One of the reasons there is such an intimacy deficit today is because we don’t know how to be vulnerable. It’s about being honest with how we feel, about our fears, about what we need. Vulnerability is a glue that holds intimate relationships together” - Brene Brown
Rank #2: S01 Episode 05: Feminine Genius Part 1: Receptivity. In this episode we begin a 4 part series on the Feminine Genius as we discuss the topic of "Receptivity". We reference the Apostolic Letter Mulieris Dignitatem on the Dignity and Vocation of Women One thing we love: "Something Just Like This" by Coldplay "Fall Afresh" by Jeremy Riddle The Privilege of Being a Woman by Alice Von Hildebrand Sr. Miriam's favorite greek yogurt
Rank #1: S2 Ep9 How-to Marriage: What we Wish we had Known. Marriage. One of God’s greatest gifts and, if we’re honest, one of the greatest opportunities for growth in holiness. For many, expectations can make or break a marriage. In our over-idealized world, it’s easy to expect perfection and continual bliss, but that’s not always the reality. In today’s episode, Kevin and Lisa be talking about four things we wish everyone knew about marriage. (Including some talk on the birds and the bees, so if you have little ones, this might not be the episode to play in the car.) From loneliness in marriage to the debate about “the one,” this episode will give some real talk on what it’s like to practically live this vocation today. Plus, Kevin and Lisa have a hack to keep your faith when times are tough and they highlight a non-Catholic YouTube channel that you need to subscribe to. SHOWNOTES Send us your questions for our upcoming Q and A episode! Email: hello[at]madetomagnify[dot]com Twitter or Facebook Messy Parenting Podcast We failed to mention this in the episode, but we love the Beloved Series by the Augustine Institute (also on FORMED.org). Note: We might be a bit biased because our story is in it. The series is great for marriage prep and for marriage enrichment. Hacks and Highlights Studio C Youtube Channel P90x Sketch (Look for the priest!) Train Robbery Sketch (Look for the nuns!) Connect with us! Kevin: Twitter Lisa: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook The post S2 Ep9 How-to Marriage: What we Wish we had Known appeared first on Lisa Cotter.
Rank #2: S5 Ep6: How-to Small Group. It’s possibly one of the greatest methods for evangelization and spiritual growth that Christianity has ever known and it’s so simple that almost anyone can do it, including you. On today’s episode, hosts Kevin and Lisa Cotter talk about small groups and give you 5 steps for leading your own. SHOWNOTES Small Group Programs we Love: ENDOW Walking with Purpose Bible Timeline Hack Focus Equip App Connect with us! Kevin: Twitter | Instagram Lisa: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Email: hello[at]madetomagnify[dot]com The post S5 Ep6: How-to Small Group appeared first on Lisa Cotter.
Rank #1: Prayer And... // Episode 51. In this episode, Beth and Jenna chat about what they've been up to, the Houston #BISretreat, reading Scripture, and what we do to search for balance in our lives. Share your "prayer and..." with us on Twitter or Instagram!
Rank #2: What's Your Anthem? // TGP Episode 50. In this episode, Beth and Jenna talk about the “dark night of the soul” -- what it is, what it looks like, and practical ways to combat it. Resources mentioned: In Sinu Jesu “King of My Heart” by Steffany Gretzinger “Till I Found You” by Phil Wickham Have you ever experienced a dark night of the soul? Let's talk on Facebook or Twitter!
Rank #1: Five Second Rule. Feeling overwhelmed? Not sure what you should be doing so you just sit on your couch and think about everything you could possible do? Find out how you cause use the Five Second Rule and the 15 Minute Spring to start slaying your TO DO list!
Rank #2: How To Get More Done In Less Time. I was putting together a webinar for my Marian Mastermind group about how Catholic women who do business online can get more stuff done in less time when I realized... most all of it applied to moms even if they don't have businesses! I pulled all the relevant parts and put it in this week's episode of Coffee & Pearls! Do you wish you could get more done in less time? Do you want to know how moms can get things done even with little kids around? Do you wish you could stop wasting so much time on your phone or online? This is the Coffee & Pearls episode for you! And in this episode, I also explain that even though all the business books say NOT to let people into your course after you've closed it, I got so many emails and Facebook messages saying people were out of town and missed out on signing up for Catholic Women Shine and guys, it crushed me. I felt so bad. Then I decided, who cares what the man says? I'm my own boss and I say I can reopen it! So, I SUPER DUER MEAN IT THIS TIME! Catholic Women Shine is open until midnight PST January 8th. You have to sign up by Tuesday night and then it closes FOREVER. Or at least for many, many months. I hope you love this episode of Coffee & Pearls. If you have any other "getting stuff done" challenge that you want help solving, reply to this email and I'll make an episode about it or answer it in a Seven Quick Takes! Blessings, Sterling P.S. I'm not sure if you should bother since I plan on winning the whole thing but if you were interested, you can join me for the www.fitandholychallenge.com that starts January 16th. P.P.S. If you happen to be a Catholic mom who wants to do business online (or already does), then sign up for this Catholic Women Crush It webinar!
Rank #1: Catholic Hipster Podcast Ep 28 - "I'm not happy" with That Catholic Couple. Another Saturday morning, another awkward edition of The Catholic Hipster Podcast. Sarah & Tommy talk to Catholic YouTubers Ana & Daniel Glaze from That Catholic Couple. Get to know the world of YouTube, creating great content and more! Enjoy the part when Sarah loses power and the recording cuts out. It's never a dull moment with us.Also, please leave a review on iTunes so we can read them on the next episode! Best one wins a set of Catholic Drinkie koozies. Congrats to Momtofour for winning this week. Please contact Sarah directly to redeem your winnings.Follow Ana & Daniel Glaze on Youtube: www.youtube.com/ThatCatholicCoupleTommy & Sarah can be found doing weird stuff here:www.catholicdrinkie.com www.catholichipster.comSubscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play and more!
Rank #2: Catholic Hipster Podcast Ep 47 - Tea with Tolkien. Instead of coffee this week, join us for Tea with Tolkien! Kaitlyn, the one and only Catholic Twitter ultimate Hobbit at heart, joins the podcast to talk about how she got started and what inspires her.The Catholic Hipster Podcast can now be found at breadboxmedia.comBe sure to order your Guadalupe Roastery coffee here: guadaluperoastery.com/Tell them the Catholic Hipster Podcast sent you.Tommy & Sarah can be found doing awkward stuff here:www.catholicdrinkie.com www.catholichipster.comSubscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play and more!
Rank #1: 117: Sleep, Spirituality, and Self Care ft. Carleara Weiss. What do sleep + self-care have to do with our faith life? As it turns out…a lot. Today on the show we have Carleara Weiss, PHD, breaking down how feminists can get more sleep, why women may have a harder time sleeping than men (#hormones), and why sleep affects our spirituality. Carleara + I also discuss how to get more women involved in STEM and the importance of 👏🏻mentoring👏🏻 women in your field. I love Carleara’s viewpoint on her faith being strengthened by science and how we as humans are able to help each other by learning more about the world around us. Enjoy! Today’s episode is brought to you by Select International. Travel around the world with experienced tour guides by hitting up selectinternationaltours.com/feminist.
Rank #2: 55: A Feminist Take on Humanae Vitae and Contraception ft. Mallory Smyth. Let’s be real: the Church has some hard teachings. It’s not afraid to call us to a very high standard in order to make us saints. One of the teachings that’s the hardest for me to swallow? The Church’s teachings on contraception. 😳 This year is the 50th anniversary of Humanae Vitae, Pope Paul VI’s encyclical on why birth control is immoral. This is obviously a major place we differentiate from our secular feminist sisters, and today’s podcast guest, Mallory Smyth of Endow, breaks it down in a meaningful, easy-to-understand way. If you’ve ever thought about scooping up Humanae Vitae or learning more about why the Church gives the green light to NFP but warns against contraception, today’s episode is perfect for you. www.thecatholicfeministpodcast.com/shownotes/mallory Today’s episode was brought to you by the Meaningful Market. Whether you’re looking for a beautiful print for your home or a fashionable tank with a truthful message, you can find what you’re looking for at meaningfulmarketshop.com and support a Catholic entrepreneur at the same time. For 15% off your first order, enter discount code “TCFPOD15.” Today’s episode was also brought to you by Audible. For a free audio book, head on over to audibletrial.com/catholic.
Rank #1: Episode 43: New Age and the Occult – Sue Brinkmann Part 1. Yoga, Enneagram, New Age, Mindfulness. Every time these topics came up as one to address, it always came with a huge hesitation. The New Age movement within Christendom is quickly becoming an undeniably divisive and dangerous issue. We knew that if we were to do this well, we needed someone to help us wade through these waters by giving solid statistics and years of experience. Sue Brinkmann was our first choice. Sue reminds us so beautifully that when people get caught up in the New Age or Occult they are typically just searching. As one who used to be entrenched in The New Age practices herself, Sue has become one of the leading researchers for the Catholic Church. Most people who participate in New Age have no substantial knowledge of what it is they are getting into. Our desire in this two-part series is to inform and to encourage our listeners to know how to better choose solely a Christ-centered spirituality. Please consider supporting our Podcast Our Guest: Susan Brinkmann, OCDS, author and journalist, has joined Living His Life Abundantly & Women of Grace as Staff Writer. Susan is a member of the Third Order of Discalced Carmelites and comes to us from The Catholic Standard and Times, the newspaper of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, where she served for six years as a Correspondent. She has won numerous national awards for her work and has published several books, including two historical fiction novels, a book on Carmelite prayer entitled, “Lord Teach us to Pray” and a book on the fraudulent research of Alfred C. Kinsey entitled, “The Kinsey Corruption,” published by Ascension Press. She has devoted her life and talents to building up the Church and tearing down the culture of death, and is pleased that the Lord has called her to LHLA/Women of Grace to continue this vocation. Susan is single and writes for us from her home in Horsham, Pennsylvania. Look for Sue’s articles on websites www.womenofgrace.com and in future issues of Canticle. You can reach Sue at email@example.com. Show Notes: Pontifical Document, Jesus Christ The Bearer of the Water of Life, A Christian reflection on the “New Age” Sue’s articles at Women of Grace New Age Blog from Women of Grace What’s Missing from the Mindful Catholic? The Catholic Guide to Mindfulness, by Sue Brinkmann We Need to Talk: God Speaks to a Modern Girl, by Sue Brinkmann Catholics and the New Age, Father Mitch Pacwa Yoga: A Cautionary Tale by Jenny Uebbing SoulCore – A great workout that you could try in place of yoga Call to Action – Let us all take a moment and ask us what we have made an idol in our lives. Is there something that we have allowed to take the place of Christ in our lives? If so, let us go to the Sacrament of Healing, Reconciliation. We must be open to receive God’s Mercy and Healing and make Jesus Christ the only Lord of our lives. Scripture – “3 For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own likings, 4 and will turn away from listening to the truth and wander into myths. ” – 2 Timothy 4:3-4 Saint Quote – “If we want a love message to be heard, it has got to be sent out. To keep a lamp burning, we have to keep putting oil in it.” -St. Mother Teresa
Rank #2: Episode 44: The Occult and New Age – Sue Brinkmann Part 2. Have you started to feel this strange lack of desire for your faith or not really wanting to pray your rosary? Have you started to actually question and disagree with some of the Church’s teachings? Have you noticed an inability to focus or an irritability while trying to pray or read the Scriptures? We finish the rest of the conversation with Sue Brinkmann where we share and unpack some more of the false notions and downright lies we have been sold about personality tests, enneagrams, witchcraft, and other New Age practices. Referring to St. Teresa of Avila’s writings, Sue shares that even if we are close to a transforming union with the Lord we are still capable of falling. Most importantly we must remember we can be deceived at all times. May you be blessed in this final installment on New Age. Please consider supporting our Podcast Our Guest: Susan Brinkmann, OCDS, author and journalist, has joined Living His Life Abundantly & Women of Grace as Staff Writer. Susan is a member of the Third Order of Discalced Carmelites and comes to us from The Catholic Standard and Times, the newspaper of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, where she served for six years as a Correspondent. She has won numerous national awards for her work and has published several books, including two historical fiction novels, a book on Carmelite prayer entitled, “Lord Teach us to Pray” and a book on the fraudulent research of Alfred C. Kinsey entitled, “The Kinsey Corruption,” published by Ascension Press. She has devoted her life and talents to building up the Church and tearing down the culture of death, and is pleased that the Lord has called her to LHLA/Women of Grace to continue this vocation. Susan is single and writes for us from her home in Horsham, Pennsylvania. Look for Sue’s articles on websites www.womenofgrace.com and in future issues of Canticle. You can reach Sue at firstname.lastname@example.org. Show Notes: Pontifical Document, Jesus Christ The Bearer of the Water of Life, A Christian reflection on the “New Age” Sue’s articles at Women of Grace New Age Blog from Women of Grace The Enneagram, by Sue Brinkmann What’s Missing from the Mindful Catholic? The Catholic Guide to Mindfulness, by Sue Brinkmann We Need to Talk: God Speaks to a Modern Girl, by Sue Brinkmann Catholics and the New Age, Father Mitch Pacwa Yoga: A Cautionary Tale by Jenny Uebbing SoulCore – A great workout that you could try in place of yoga The Temperament God Gave You by Art and Laraine Bennett Learn to Discern a Compendium by Sue Brinkkmann Call to Action – When we start having weird levels of anger, let us be honest with ourselves and ask the Lord what is it that is actually agitating us. If you feel like you may have opened the door to any negative spiritual influences, please find your way to the confessional. Confession is the Sacrament of Healing that can release you from bondage. Come Home. Scripture – “3 For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own likings, 4 and will turn away from listening to the truth and wander into myths. ” – 2 Timothy 4:3-4 Saint Quote – “If we want a love message to be heard, it has got to be sent out. To keep a lamp burning, we have to keep putting oil in it.” -St. Mother Teresa
Rank #1: A Letter to the Woman Running Towards Christ . If you want to join Johnna and the Catholic Women Run challenge, you can join 150 other women over here and sign up today. You can find more information about the running challenge on Johnna's blog, and the Catholic Women Run website. You can read more of Johnna's thoughts on Theology of the Body, Catholicism, and running here! Johnna talks about how running can be incorporated with liturgical living. Check out her blog about it over here.Johnna mentioned the Pray as You Go App, which you can find here. We talked about podcasts that Johnna likes to listen to while she runs. Check out The Liturgy Guys, and The Catholic Feminist Podcast. Visit Catholic Women Run on Facebook for updates on the Advent challenge (and if you aren't up for Advent, check out their updates for the Lent challenge! Lastly, Johnna mentions the four aspects of the feminine genius. Want to know more about receptivity, sensitivity, generosity, and maternity? You can find all of them in this blog link-up with four amazing Catholic women bloggers.
Rank #2: A Letter to the Woman Desiring Virtuous Friendships . If you're a mother and you love Saint Faustina and the Divine Mercy, message, you'll love Emily and Michele's first book, Divine Mercy for Moms Sharing the Lessons of St. Faustina. Michele, Emily, and I talked a lot about their newest book, The Friendship Project. All of the concepts and saints we talked about in this episode (and more!) can be found in their book. Check it out today! An amazing resources to go along with The Friendship Project is the website Emily and Michele built for the book. There you can find more about them, receive the free resource 'Friendship in Progress', and find instructions for how to read the book in a group study setting! Emily and Michele mentioned that their original idea for The Friendship Project was to feature men and women saints. If you're wanting to read more about masculine and feminine friendships, check out this blog post I wrote about the secret to authentic friendships between men and women. Friendships between women often get a bad rap. To hear a podcast where we reject the lie that friendships between women are full of backstabbing and cattiness, listen to A Letter to the Woman Desiring Fuller Feminine Friendships with Katrina and I! Need to heal from past friendships with women? Know of women who need healing in their life? Here's a blog post I wrote about how to help (step-by-step) when women in your life are suffering. If you want to support letters to women, you can find out more over on my Patreon page!
Rank #1: MP 066 : Keeping Your Love Alive. “Once you’re a parent, your relationship matters more, not less, because now other people are counting on you.” ~ TheDatingDivas.com Marriage is under attack, but many times the attack is not direct and aggressive. Instead, it is slow and subtle … Continue reading The post MP 066 : Keeping Your Love Alive appeared first on Messy Family Project.
Rank #2: MP 076 : Anger in Parenting. “Anger is never without a reason, but seldom with a good one” ~ Benjamin Franklin We thought we were really nice people before we had kids. Our children can sometimes trigger anger in us that we didn’t even realize was … Continue reading The post MP 076 : Anger in Parenting appeared first on Messy Family Project.