Do you struggle with St. Paul’s call to “pray without ceasing?” (1 Thess 5:17). Kate Taliaferro reviews Julie Cragon’s new book, Talking to God, which is full of unique prayers for your day, your family, your triumphs, your sorrows and everything in between.
Michele and Emily help kick off the Jubilee Year of of Mercy by sharing their Divine Mercy for Moms ministry and upcoming book, Divine Mercy for Moms: Sharing the Lessons of St. Faustina.
Sr. Margaret reflects on the chapter titled “Witness and Wisdom: How Our Spiritual Lives Bless Others” from the book True Radiance: Finding Grace in the Second Half of Life by relating it to the process of weaving fabric.
Maria Johnson is convinced that Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe belongs in the next edition of My Badass Book of Saints. She stands for victory, treasure, and triumph in the lives of women victimized by the Kony regime — providing training for over 2000 women through her pop tab project.
As a Christian woman entrepreneur, you are interjecting sanity and order into the world. Christina Weber reminds readers, “you model how to put faith and family first, to give value to your customers, all while making a positive economic impact on your family’s budget and the world.”
Sister Margaret Kerry shares how a group of women organized a special day-long retreat. She explains, “A spiritual spa day is a sacred space set aside to rest in the Lord, receive graces, support, strength, and inspiration from others. Women need these times to love and be loved by God so that their gift of self emanates from Christ the life-giving vine.”
Lisa Hendey shares the good news about “The Visitation Project”, a new Catholic radio project especially by women for women. Check it out Sundays on Mater Dei Radio!
Lisa Hendey’s article “The Blogosphere as Mission Field: Catholic Women on the Web Transform What Women’s Leadership Means” offers a hope-filled perspective on the role of women in today’s Church.