Catholic Moments #165 – The Lost Valentine

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This week, we share an interview with Barbara Gangi, Vice President of Development and Production for Paulist Productions.  Barbara gives us a sneak peek at the upcoming Hallmark Hall of Fame movie The Lost Valentine.  This great movie stars Betty White and Jennifer Love Hewitt and is a great family viewing experience.

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  1. Thank you! I heard that completely wrong and never would have found them. I am half French Canadian, as is my husband, and was eager to look them up.

    On another note, I am so inept with the podcast, twitter and so on things. Is it possible to get the podcast sent to facebook or to my email? Also, how do we get blogs, or do we have to go to them each day? Now, keep in mind, I am a grandma that has only this laptop and a not to smart cell phone, which, for me, is a miracle in and of itself : ) Thank you! (love my computer; has opened up whole new worlds for me, a “dective” maniac)

  2. Hi Judy! You can subscribe to the blog and podcast – at the upper right top of the sidebar above, you’ll see something that says “Subscribe to our feed” – if you put your email in their, both will be delivered to your email inbox. You could also try using Google Reader http://reader.google.com which is easy and enjoyable to use. Good luck and ask any time you have a question!

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