Author Allison Gingras
Allison Gingras introduces her new Catholic Radio Show. A Seeking Heart with Allison Gingras airs LIVE daily at 10 a.m. on Real Life Radio. Her unique format combines Catholic books, author interviews and live conversation to bring you an on-air, attend where you are, book club!
In this installment of Where I Spent My Time Online, Allison Gingras shares the websites visited in preparation in attending the Catholic New Media Conference in Atlanta, GA. She also included a few that she discovered during the information packed event!
Allison Gingras reminds Catholicmom.com visitors of the recent addition of Forums, a place to make a connection, ask a question, share a thought.
Allison Gingras shares some of the simple ways she keeps track of the articles, posts and pictures found on social media along with tips on how to use built-in features of Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook to save, store and relocate things that interest you.
Now for something completely different in Saint study – Saintnook. This fantastic new site offers visitors fascinating blog posts, an in-depth Pinterest board, informative videos and holds a pretty amazing secret! Check out Allison Gingras’ TechTalk column to learn more.
This week we’re discussing Chapters 15-16 from Accidental Marriage, by Roger Thomas. Reviewer Allison Gingras comments, “as I watched the dialog of this chapter unfold, the incredible role of the grace of God in our lives’ ripple, became even more astounding.”
St. Faustina recorded in her diary Jesus’ request that we try to immerse ourselves in his divine mercy at 3 o’clock everyday – in that message he particularly mentions the Stations of the Cross. This beautifully done App from the Daughters of St. Paul is one of TechTalk reviewer, Allison Gingras’ favorite…find out why!
Allison Gingras, mother of a profoundly deaf little girl, reviews a wonderful new American Sign Language/English Storybook App for iPad. This app exposes hearing children to ASL, and Deaf/HoH children to English, providing each an unique linguistic experience.