Among Women 170: Holy Souls, Holy Bones, and Giving Thanks

November 20, 2013

This week’s episode:

“Blessed are They”: St. Agatha Kim

“Among Women” Guest: Emily Stimpson

In this episode, as we roll through this month of saints and souls, we discuss the ordinary impact that theology of body can make on our everyday, with Emily Stimpson, author of the new book These Beautiful Bones. Of note, we discuss the goodness of spiritual fatherhood and motherhood, and the joy of food!

Also in this episode, I cover the martyrdom of St Agatha Kim of Korea, thanksgiving prayers, and a reminder to read Pope Francis’ encyclical, Lumen Fidei. 

Links for this episode:

 Emily Stimpson’s website – look for her writing at Catholic Vote and elsewhere on the web!

These Beautiful Bones by Emily Stimpson

Pat Gohn’s series at Patheos on Francis’ Lumen Fidei:

Intro, Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4.

American Catholic’s prayers of thanksgiving

Other shows of related interest:

AW 144: The Single Life Survival Guide with Emily Stimpson


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