In the latest episode of Among Women, author and Catholic.Mom found Lisa Hendey shares her amazing trip to India and her ongoing association with the mission of Unbound.org. We talk about how personal sponsorship can be a loving almsgiving plan.
Let me invite you to listen to Episode 13 of the Among Women “Espresso Shot”
– a short strong coffee break of faith sharing and teaching from Pat Gohn.
This episode’s topic: My Adoration Story
This 15-minute show is a short discussion of my Adoration roots and my developing a more intimate relationship with Jesus back in my late 20s. Get ready for Lent, and the coming of Easter by making a weekly appointment with Jesus – by praying a holy hour before the Blessed Sacrament. It’s another way to contemplate Christ.
Links for this episode:
An interesting additional link from my podcast archives on this same topic is AW 93. It is a longer message on Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament with a great panel of women. (If you just want to hear the panel discussion, skip to 26:30.)
In this latest episode of Among Women, I finally overcome software crashes and bring you a podcast! Yay!
Join me for a look at the “three comings” of Christ in Advent, and a look at Elizabeth’s role in the Gospel as it pertains to Advent. Plus a primer on the Examen prayer and Ignatian Spirituality, together with a nurturing conversation with author Ginny Kubitz Moyer as she describes her latest book, Taste and See: Experiencing the Goodness of God with Our Five Senses.
In this episode of Among Women, we chart a course for finishing strong in the Jubilee Year of Mercy. If you’ve put off acting on the merciful suggestions of this holy year, here’s your chance to change that! Don’t miss this stop on our pilgrim journey to heaven! Speaking of pilgrimage and travel, my guest today is a longtime AW listener, Colette Higgins, who shares her sabbatical journey in the footsteps of Queen Kapiolani. Who’s that? You gotta listen to find out!
I’ll also be discussing Mary, our Mother of Mercy, as we look at motherhood, mercy, and the Memorare. I hope you’ll download this episode of Among Women, and listen!
In this latest episode of Among Women, I talk about being persistent both in prayer, and in finding a way through grief, loss, and tribulation. I profile a woman from Scripture — the Canaanite woman — who begs Jesus to heal her daughter from a demon. Plus I speak with Catholic author and singer-songwriter Susan Bailey. Together we talk about the recovery from loss or grief and how to deal with it creatively, and with the help of prayer and the sacraments. You’ll enjoy her talk about her kayaking experiences and the spiritual lessons she learned while paddling, as captured in her book, River of Grace.
Also: Among Women listeners are among the first to get a sneak peak at my latest book that will release in February 2017. Listen here for more details.
In this latest episode of Among Women, we listen to the very personal journey of Pat’s friend, Peggy Mannion, who almost died from severe pancreatitis. Peggy looks back at her journey to the brink of death, and a return to wellness, as she recounts her faith in God, and the friendship of Mary, and a new way at looking at life.
We also profile St Maud, a German queen who served the Lord and those in need.
Listen to the podcast here.
20 years cancer-free.
That’s what August 28, 2016 means to mean. That. And it’s the feast of one of my favorite patrons, St Augustine.
This short Espresso Shot celebrates my deep gratitude to the Lord who has done “great things” for me. Come join me in prayer. And raise a cuppa joy.
(It also celebrates a return to the studio after the summer of battling aging equipment and installing new parts and upgrades!)
A bit late due to technical difficulties, but we’re back with a new episode of Among Women! This show is dedicated to prayer as we talk with Julie Dortch Cragon about her latest book, Talking to God: Prayers for Catholic Women. You’ll also benefit from spiritual advice from Mother Teresa of Calcutta (soon to be canonized on September 4th!) and St Alphonsus Liguori, as I offer quotes from Julie’s book in our Blessed Are They segment.
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This latest episode of Among Women is such a delight! I welcome novelist Stephanie Landsem and we look at her “Living Water” series, a wonderful trilogy of three books of historical fiction set against the backdrop of the Gospel of John. In this show, we explore the themes of her books that feature women heroines from the time of Christ — women who have encountered Jesus! If you like to relax and read, this series is for you! We also discuss a soon-to-released book that features a host of Catholic writers, including both Stephanie and myself: Walk in Her Sandals, edited by Kelly Wahlquist.
Books mentioned in this episode:
The Well, by Stephanie Landsem
The Thief by Stephanie Landsem
The Tomb by Stephanie Landsem
Walk in Her Sandals, edited by Kelly Wahlquist.