This week on Among Women, I interview author and Catholic Fire blogger, Jean Heimann. We discuss her blogging life and her new book, Seven Saints for Seven Virtues. This new book profiles saints who model the virtues we all need. Traditionally, Catholics have trusted there are seven heavenly virtues that help defeat the seven deadly sins…Read More
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta
This post is created for my Among Women listeners, with whom I’ve discussed these quotes on the most recent podcast. However, all readers may enjoy it too. Since Among Women profiles the faith of women, only women saints listed below. These are saints whose bios I’ve profiled on previous episodes, linked below. “Go and find…Read More
This week on Among Women I am joined by my guest, Mary Wallace — a wife, mother, college administrator, radio host, blogger, and a specialist in the field of human resources. Together we discuss women in the workplace, and the role that their faith plays there, courtesy of the dissertation research done by Mary as she earned her PhD. I’m…Read More
This makes me think: Blessed Teresa of Calcutta’s words to women are worth pondering for tomorrow’s anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
God has created each one of us, every human being, for greater things– to love and to be loved. But why did God make some of us men and others women? Because a woman’s love is one image of the love of God, and a man’s love is another image of God’s love. Both are…Read More
Thoughtfulness is the beginning of great sanctity. If you learn this art of being thoughtful, you will become more and more Christ-like, for his heart was meek and he always thought of others. Our vocation, to be beautiful, must be full of thought for others. Jesus went about doing good. Our Lady did nothing else…Read More