Susan Bailey offers a joyful song of praise to the Holy Spirit – lyrics provided, come sing along in anticipation of Pentecost!
Author Susan Bailey
Can’t go away on retreat this Lent? Susan Bailey presents this multi-media stay-at-home retreat featuring a podcast, music, videos and downloadable handouts.
Susan Bailey offers her impressions of the presentation “Divine Mercy for Moms” by Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet in the online Catholic Conference 4 Moms.
Dogged by the doldrums after Christmas? Susan Bailey reflects on the light and life that can be discovered amid the January snows as we remember the Light of Christ.
Give your mind a vacation and the child in your life a great gift: read the Chime Travelers series by Lisa Hendey. Susan Bailey talks with Lisa about how the Chime Travelers series came to be after a fanciful conversation with her nephew.
Is there life after loss? What if that life is new? What if it transforms you? Susan Bailey describes her book, River of Grace, published by Ave Maria Press, plus the music that will accompany the book.
Susan Bailey presents imagery from Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women and little kitten in a wheel chair to illustrate the power of the Pope’s message that “every creature, particularly a living creature, has an intrinsic value.”
Catholicmom.com contributor Susan Bailey shares the news of her book’s upcoming publication and her dream of recording an album to accompany that book. Help make this dream a reality by participating in her Indiegogo campaign!
Is it okay to use technology during Adoration? Susan Bailey explains how she came to use it while being mindful of the needs of adorers around her, and how it made for a powerful time of reconciliation and worship.
Although born without sin, Mary was yet still haunted by sin. Susan Bailey explores Mary’s silent burden and the solace she found in her role as Mother of God.
Do technology upgrades drive you crazy? What if they could teach you about how you react to change? Susan Bailey draws connections between how we react to technology change and the curve balls that life can throw at us.