Among Women 213: Prayer is a personal encounter with Jesus

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July 25, 2016

This week’s episode:

“Blessed are They”: Mother Teresa (AKA Blessed Teresa of Calcutta) and St Alphonsus Liquori

“Among Women” Guest: Julie Dortch Cragon

A bit late due to technical difficulties, but we’re back with a new episode! This show is dedicated to prayer as we talk with Julie Dortch Cragon about her latest book, Talking to God: Prayers for Catholic Women. Also: spiritual advice from Mother Teresa of Calcutta (soon to be canonized on September 4th!) and St Alphonsus Liguori.

Links for this episode:

Catechist magazine’s writer guidelines

Talking to God: Prayers for Catholic Women, by Julie Dortch CragonScreen Shot 2016-07-25 at 8.53.54 PM

Find the rest of Julie’s books at St Mary’s Bookstore and Church supply in Nashville, TN.

Prayers for Catholic Men by Mike Pacer

Blessed Beautiful and Bodacious translated into Polish.

Other shows of related interest:

AW 186: On Faith, Grace, and Prayer in Marriage and Family Life

AW 77: Special edition on “Prayer.”

AW Espresso Shot 8: Praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet

 

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Among Women 187: Saintly Models for Charity, Diligence, and Temperance

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November 24, 2014

This week’s episode:

“Blessed are They”: Blessed Teresa of Calcutta

“Among Women” Guest: Jean Heimann

This week we look at saints who can help us grow in specific virtues as told in the new book from Catholic Fire blogger Jean Heimann, Seven Saints for Seven VirtuesIn this episode Jean Heimann and I will examine the lives of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta as a model of the virtue of charity, St John Paul II as a paragon of diligence, and St Augustine as an example of temperance. In our saint segment, I’ll offer an excerpt from Heimann’s book profiling Blessed Teresa of Calcutta’s friendship with St. John Paul II.

 Links for this episode:

Dates for the new liturgical year, starting with Advent

Jean Heimann’s Catholic Fire blog  Unknown

Jean Heimann’s articles at New Evangelizers

Jean Heimann’s book Seven Saints for Seven Virtues and Facebook page

Humanum – on the complementarity of man and woman. Great videos on marriage and the family.

Other shows of related interest:

 AW 159: This show profiles some of the writings of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta

AW 26: A bio of Mother Teresa, plus an interview with Donna Marie Cooper O’Boyle, a friend of Mother Teresa

Reminders:

Send your comments to Pat Gohn at amongwomenpodcast@me.com, or to the Among Women podcast facebook page.

Among Women 159: Faith-filled Women at Work

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April 2, 2013

This week’s episode:

“Blessed are They”: Blessed Teresa of Calcutta

“Among Women” Guest: Mary Wallace

This week we look at women in the workplace, and the role that their faith plays there, courtesy of the dissertation research done by our guest, Mary Wallace. Mary is a wife, mother, college administrator, radio host, blogger, and a specialist in the field of human resources. Pat also looks at some of the writings and prayerful aspirations of Blessed Mother of Calcultta, and reviews inspiration from Pope Francis’ recent Easter homily. This show also contains details of a giveaway drawing for Pat’s new book, Blessed, Beautiful, and Bodacious.

 

Links for this episode:

Enter the comment box here for a free drawing to win Blessed, Beautiful, and Bodacious by Pat Gohn

Book: Mother Teresa of Calcutta from St Anthony Messenger Press

Book: Come, Be My Light, from Image Books

Donate to SQPN

The Catholic Insider with Fr Roderick

Mary Wallace’s blog: The Working Catholic Mom

Pope Francis’ Easter Vigil Homily

The Divine Mercy Chaplet and Prayers

Other shows of related interest:

AW 26: an earlier show with a segment on the life of Mother Teresa, plus an interview with author Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle who discusses her friendship with Mother Teresa.

Reminders: Send your comments or feedback to Pat Gohn at amongwomenpodcast@me.com, or to the Among Women podcast facebook page. To enter the contest for Pat’s new book, go here.

If you purchase any books through these links, a small portion of the proceeds will benefit SQPN.