Catholic Moments #172 – Dorothy Pilarski and Emilio Estevez & WIN The Way

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This week’s “welcome back” podcast episode features two fantastic interviews and your chance to win the fantastic DVD The Way. To enter to win one of two copies of this great DVD, leave a comment below by Monday, March 12 at midnight Pacific Time. Two winners will be randomly drawn and notified by email.

Dorothy Pilarski is a Catholic mother, writer, television personality, speaker and business consultant. She has co-developed a successful television series, Mothering, Full of Grace that airs on Salt + Light Television. She is a guest columnist with the Catholic Register. Dorothy is the founder of Dynamic Women of Faith, an outreach ministry that hosts inspirational Catholic conferences. Dorothy has run a Rosary Club and Saints Club in a local elementary school. For the past 15 years Dorothy has hosted a Catholic mothers group while maintaining her own blog, Gutsy Catholic Mom. Dorothy is the author of a new book, released this fall. Motherhood Matters is loaded with endorsements and it is causing a stir in Catholic circles.

Emilio Estevez wrote, directed and acted in the fantastic new film The Way. The film also features Estevez’ “real life” father Martin Sheen and was filmed in Spain and France along the actual Camino de Santiago. During the course of our  conversation, Emilio shares his thoughts on spirituality, working with his father, and his relationship with his own son.

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18 Comments

  1. Wow, what an incredible interview with Emilio! It’s so exciting to hear that he wants to make more family-friendly movies. His openness about his spiritual journey is touching & inspiring! I hope this movie moves many hearts!

    • I just won a DVD of The Way from The Practicing Catholic blog! Obviously I don’t need two copies so please consider me no longer eligible. I really enjoyed Emilio’s interview!!! I also liked what Dorothy had to say… even though I’m not a mom. ;)

  2. Just listened to the interviews on this podcast. Inspiring interview. I’m looking forward to seeing the inspiring movie “The Way.”
    Enter me in the contest — I know that my mom would like to see it too!

    God Bless.

  3. maria scaperlanda on

    What a fantastic set of interviews, Lisa! Thank you for doing both of these. Emilio was delightful… and I am so impressed that you and he got to visit! You can also enter me in the contest :-) Thank you!

  4. Thank you so much for such great guests this last podcast. Although I’m not a mom, I still enjoy listening to you and your guests about the road that is being a Catholic mom. I also really enjoyed hearing that someone is out there trying to bring us more movies like The Way and Mighty Macs. I enjoy taking my nieces to the movies but I usually have a difficult time finding something appropriate for their varying ages. Please consider me for the contest copy of The Way. Prayers to you and your audience for a Blessed and Joyous Lent.

  5. lisa treleaven on

    Dorothy is a passionate advocate for women, motherhood and our cherished faith. Her book, Motherhood Matters is a must read for Catholic Moms.

  6. Jadwiga Tomaszewski on

    Refreshing, pleasant to listen to, informative. It is realy uplifting to hear, that there are still people strong in faith, friendly and smiling. Thank you. God bless. I hope, that many people will buy your book. I will in the future, right now I am not able to. Have a great week. God bless.

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