Our first ever return guest is Chloe Langr, a Catholic wife, mom, and author living in the heart of the Midwest.
Chloe hosts Letters to Women, a podcast that explores what it means to live out the feminine genius in the everyday. A Catholic Book Award winner, Chloe is the author of several books, including Created for Love: Reflections for the Catholic Bride-to-Be and the forthcoming Letters to Women: Embracing the Feminine Genius i...
Another writer joins us today! Carolyn Astfalk is a wife, mother, and author of contemporary Catholic fiction.
This is not the first time Lindsay and Carolyn have spent time together: Carolyn interviewed Lindsay for the CatholicMom.com Book Club when Don’t Forget to Say Thank You was published in 2018. Read the interview here.
Today we’re talking family, with words derived from Pope St. John Paul II’s Familiaris Consortio:
He brings us a line from J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers:
"The sun will soon rise above the shadow."
We talk about faith-based entertainment and what separates it from the mainstream, and why we need this kind of light in what can seem the darkness of our world.
Check out more of Phil’s work at www.voyagecomics....
The episode of two Lindsays!
Lindsay Trezza is the designer behind Just Love Prints, a shop filled with unique Catholic prints, stickers, and Catholic temporary tattoos.
She brings us a compelling line from Jason Evert:
"Daily Mass is for those who have nothing better to do . . . which is all of us."
Tune in for encouragement in making daily Mass a consistent practice—even for those of us with young kids in tow!
Continuing with our most international season to date, we welcome Julia Golding from Oxford, England. Julia is a writer and the director of Project Northmoor, a campaign to save J.R.R. Tolkien’s home (where he wrote The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings trilogy) and to establish the first literary center in the world dedicated to Tolkien.
Though it sounds as if it could have been written today, Julia’s quote fittingly comes from Tol...
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Today we heartily welcome Dr. Jacqueline Brown, clinical psychologist turned fiction author. She published The Light in 2016 and has now published a total of six Amazon bestselling novels, a short st...
Finally! We’re launching Season Three of Quote Me with Patrick Sullivan, Catholic lay evangelist and founder of Evango, a Catholic media and evangelization organization. Patrick is also the creator of the parenting program Me & My House. He is the proud father of nine children.
Patrick brings us a quote from St. Peter:
“Quo Vadis Domine?” or, “Where are you going, Lord?”
Enjoy a great conversation on trust and mission as we start ...