May 30, 2014
“Blessed are They”: Saints devoted to Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
“Among Women” Guest: Mary Wallace
On this episode I welcome back Mary Wallace, PhD, from Louisiana State University. Together we discuss the feminine genius, and the particular leadership strengths of women in the world, and listen as Mary makes suggestions for strengthening the devotional life in working women. In this particular episode, rather than focus on one particular saint, I’m offering commentary on adoration of the Blessed Sacrament drawn from the quotes and writings of some women saints. We’ll explore the thoughts of St Jeanne Jugan, St Therese of Lisieux, St Elizabeth Seton, St Bernadette Soubirous, St Catherine Labore, and Blessed Teresa of Calcutta.
Links for this episode:
Saint quotes on Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Mary Wallace’s blog The Working Catholic Mom
Mary Wallace at Integrated Catholic Life
Mary Wallace at Catholic Mom
33 Days to Morning Glory by Fr Michael Gaitley MIC (A consecration to Jesus through Mary)
Consoling the Heart of Jesus by Fr Michael Gaitley MIC
Imitating Mary by Marge Fenelon
Other shows of related interest:
AW 159: Faith-filled Women at Work with Mary Wallace
Find links for bios of all the saints mentioned today here.
2 comments on “Among Women 180: Working Women, Leadership, and the Devotional Life”
Thank you for this podcast! It made my day, it inspired me. Although I spend more time at home with my little son, my timetable is pretty busy so all dilemma about time, work and pray are also mine. I miss for a day only for God and I love the idea that Mary Wallace talked about. I heard something similar from a nun a few years ago. For me your podcast is something like this – like a good retreat! I thank God my son sleeps during our everyday walks and give me time to pray and listen to your podcast.
God blesses you, Pat!
I admire your work – it’s amazing that you made 180 podcasts! 🙂
Kasia, there are so many seasons to a mother’s life. It is ever-changing. Yet we need to stay close to God no matter what the season! I’m grateful that you listen and took the time to leave a comment here. Please share Among Women with your network of friends and family.
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