This episode of Among Women features a return visit from The Anchoress — author-blogger Elizabeth Scalia, discussing themes from her new book, Strange Gods: Unmasking the Idols in Everyday Life. In this interview we talk about rooting out hidden forms of idolatry in our own lives in order to deepen our faith in Christ.
I also share some of my favorite themes from Lumen Fidei – Pope Francis’ first encyclical letter. Also, discover inspiration from the life story of Blessed Anna Schaeffer who, despite tragic injuries that caused lifelong pain and suffering, found the keys to hope and faith.
Find out how you can win a copy of Strange Gods by listening to the whole episode here. Or find Among Women, episode 167, on iTunes.
Photo above: Elizabeth and I, last summer, at the Catholic New Media Conference in Dallas. Don’t miss Elizabeth’s return to the Catholic New Media Conference in Boston next month!
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