Author Melanie Jean Juneau
When Mary lives in your heart and God places a hunger for the Eucharist in your heart, nobody wants you but the Catholic Church. Melanie Jean Juneau shares her conversion story.
Melanie Jean Juneau celebrates the fact that grandparents are our kids’ link to the past, just as our kids are their grandparents’ hope for the future. The generations above and below us are irrevocably linked through blood lines, but more importantly, through the power of the Holy Spirit.
Advent Is a time of waiting, but how do we wait? Do we wait as with joyful expectation or has life’s disappointments left us jaded and closed to any spiritual surprises? Melanie Jean Juneau encourages readers to welcome light into their inner darkness.
Melanie Jean Juneau reflects on a recent address by Pope Francis: when Christian families practice forgiveness in their homes, their actions have a ripple effect, reconstituting the social fabric of the larger society because families are the building blocks of society.
“Refuge of the Heart” is not merely a well-written Christian romance; it tackles complex moral and social issues with equally complex, multi-layered characters. Melanie Jean Juneau shares her interview with novelist Ruth Logan Herne.