Heroic Living Book Contest

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This week, as a companion to our podcast featuring the work of author Chris Lowney, we are pleased to offer your chance to win one of five copies of Chris’s great book, Heroic Living.

To enter, you must leave a comment on this post with a valid email address (which won’t be published or shared) before Midnight PST on Saturday, March 7, 2009.  I’ll draw a random winners and announce the names over the weekend.

Update: Our prize winners are Daniel (#1), goodform (#7),  Anne (#17), Brian (#11) and Tricia (#22) – they will receive their books soon!  A new contest will be announced on later today so check the site for details.

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About Author

Lisa M. Hendey is the founder and editor of CatholicMom.com and the bestselling author of the Chime Travelers children's fiction series, The Grace of Yes, The Handbook for Catholic Moms and A Book of Saints for Catholic Moms. As a board member and frequent host on KNXT Catholic Television, Lisa has produced and hosted multiple programs and has appeared on EWTN and CatholicTV. Hendey hosted “Catholic Moments” on Radio Maria and is the technology contributor for EWTN’s SonRise Morning Show. Lisa's articles have appeared in Catholic Digest, National Catholic Register, and Our Sunday Visitor. Hendey travels internationally giving workshops on faith, family, and Catholic technology and communications topics. She was selected as an Elizabeth Egan Journalism Fellow, attended the Vatican Bloggers Meeting, the “Bishops and Bloggers” meeting and has written internationally on the work of Catholic Relief Services and Unbound. Hendey lives with her family in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Visit Lisa at www.LisaHendey.com for information on her speaking schedule or to invite her to visit your group, parish or organization.

28 Comments

  1. Gerard Berger on

    Lisa, the Ash Wednesday podcast is, by far, your best yet. I’ve listened to it several times in order to capture the essence of its many lessons. Deacon Tom’s story of the business executive and difficult penance, was excellent. Many of us are so fearful of challenges by putting up artificial walls based on fears of failing, only to find out that fears often out-weigh the actual changes required. Going to daily mass, saying the rosary, or reading the bible is merely a case of establishing a habit not unlike daily exercise. Once you get going with it, it becomes second nature. The Chris Lowney segment was very compelling not only because of the message but also due to his background of being an executive with JP Morgan being stationed in Singapore, Tokyo, London, and New York. It’s obvious that he’s not an amateur providing untested theories. Of course, it was easy for me to relate to him as I am a graduate of St. Ignatius High School in Cleveland, OH. Jesuit-educated people tend to support each other. Lastly, I was flabbergasted to hear your closing prayer which I had memorized as my Lenten prayer 6 or 7 years ago but had forgotten in recent years. When I heard it, I instantly recognized it and re-dedicated to say it daily this Lent. It seems so strange to hear the exact same prayer – verbatim – that I had been saying myself- it’s almost like a ‘stamp of approval’ that I had selected the proper Lenten prayer among so many that are available. Anyways, from the opening, to the main segment on “Heroic Living”, to the closing prayer – I’ll be re-playing this special podcast throughout the entire Lenten season. Thanks so much for all you do. God bless.

  2. JAIME VALERA on

    This is the first time i listened to your podcast and opened your site.
    The talk by the Deacon and interview with Chris Lohney werfe very informative in strengthening
    the Faith.
    I will bookmark this site.
    Best wishes from Canada!

  3. I have enjoyed listening to your podcast for over a year. You ROCK. Thanks for your podcasting. God bless…

  4. Youth Group Coordinator who is new to your podcast….. looks like I am hooked. God bless your ministry and have a Holy Lenten Season.

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