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May 26, 2020
In the Season Two finale, we welcome a brave, loving soul with a heart for Christ. Mary Lenaburg is the author of Be Brave in the Scared: How I Learned to Trust God during the Most Difficult Days of My Life. She is also a speaker and someone you are going to want to follow on Instagram for her humor, honesty, and encouragement.

By the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, Season Two both begins and ends with quotes from Introduction to th...
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Elizabeth Tomlin is an Army wife and mother of three. She is the author of Joyful Momentum: Growing and Sustaining Vibrant Women's Groups (a Catholic Handbook). An attorney by profession, Elizabeth is General Counsel for the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA. She helped to establish the Military Council of Catholic Women, which is the women's ministry of the Military Archdiocese in 2010 and continues to serve on th...
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Gene Zannetti owns Winning Mindset, a sport-performance mental training program, and is also the author of Spiritual Strength: Building the Total Athlete for Christ, which has received a Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur.

Once a nationally ranked All-Ivy League wrestler at the University of Pennsylvania, Gene experienced a strong reversion to the Catholic faith following the 33-day consecration to Jesus through Mary. Thereafter, he founde...
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Katie Warner is a Catholic children’s book author, speaker, National Catholic Register writer, wife, and homeschooling mom. She knows what it is to pursue holiness in the midst of a busy life, and she speaks with inspiring and contagious joy in this episode.

Her quote comes right from our Lord, in His communication to a Benedictine monk as recorded in the book In Sino Jesu: When Heart Speaks to Heart—The Journal of a Priest at Praye...
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April 28, 2020
Rose Osada is a wife, mother of five, and owner/operator of Relics by Rose, which creates beautiful Catholic jewelry with vintage and modern style.

As working lives have changed for most of us in recent weeks, Rose’s quote is a beautiful and helpful reminder that there is virtue in doing whatever work we’re called to well. From Theodore Roosevelt, we hear,

“Far and away the best prize that life has to offer is the chance to work hard...
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April 21, 2020
Author and speaker Heidi Indahl shares wise words about slowing down—which many of us have been called to do lately—and letting God take the lead in our lives. Her quote comes from The Practice of the Presence of God by Brother Lawrence:

“She seems so full of good will, but she wants to go faster than grace allows. It is not possible to become spiritually mature all at once.”

We discuss some of Heidi’s books, and we’re happy to link ...
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April 14, 2020
Chloe Langr is a writer, podcaster, and the author of Created for Love: Reflections for the Catholic Bride-to-Be and the forthcoming Letters to Women: Embracing the Feminine Genius in Everyday Life.

She is passionate about the feminine genius, which she explores on her podcast, Letters to Women. When she isn't buried under a growing stack of books, you can find her in a local coffee shop, spending time with her husband, Joseph, ...
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Allison Gingras is pure joy, and it was a gift to have her on the show. Allison is the founder of Reconciled to You, host of A Seeking Heart on Breadbox Media, WINE Steward for WINE: Women In the New Evangelization, and creator of the Stay Connected Journals for Catholic Women.

The most recent of these—Seeking Peace: A Spiritual Journey from Worry to Trust (super relevant, right?!)—is available now.

She brings us words from Imitation...
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This episode was recorded before we understood what the coronavirus was. Before school closings. Before social distancing. Way before Pope Francis’s Urbi et Orbi blessing and message.

We share this information because of the surprising relevance this episode carries, right down to the Gospel passage on which Pope Francis reflected last week. We hope you are encouraged, inspired, and lifted up by the hand of our God over this convers...
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Alexandra Sullivan is the blogger behind Transform Our Hearts and co-host of the podcast, Raising Saints: Helping Kids Hear God's Voice, which is available on all major platforms.

Sometimes things we read stick with us, even if we’re not sure why until much later. Alexandra shares a section from psychiatrist and Holocaust survivor Viktor Frankl’s iconic book, Man's Search for Meaning, which she first read in 11th grade moral...
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Adalee Hude is a lovely Catholic artist and creator of Light of Heaven: A Children’s Book of Saints and Light of Heaven Saints Coloring Book. She brings us words from Venerable Fulton Sheen:

“Broken things are precious. We eat broken bread because we share in the depth of our Lord and His broken life. Broken flowers give perfume. Broken incense is used in adoration. A broken ship saved Paul and many other passengers on their way to ...
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Deanna Bartalini, writer, speaker, and retreat leader who just formed the online community An Every Day Catholic, joins the show today. Deanna is no stranger to podcasting, as she’s also the host of Not Lukewarm. She brings a simple, but powerful quote to share:

“All will be well.”
--Julian of Norwich

Even if we’re undecided on how we ought to pronounce “Norwich,” there’s no question as to the importance of taking these words to heart...
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Anna Camacho, owner and maker of CORDA, is well versed in the lives of the saints, but she also finds inspiration from cooking magazines! Her quote comes from a chef interview in a 2017 issue of Food & Wine:
"Do it as it should be done.”
Listen in for the story of this quote and how far it reaches back, and get inspired to be faithful to whatever God is calling you to right now. It’s today, in this moment, that we can become ...
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Amanda Martinez Beck is the author of Lovely: How I Learned to Embrace the Body God Gave Me, as well as co-founder and editor for Ruah Storytellers (whose Lenten series launches tomorrow!).

In this episode, Amanda shares what drew her to convert to Catholicism nearly five years ago and how recognizing herself as God’s treasure has impacted her life.
Amanda shares a quote from St. Lawrence in the third century, in reference to the sic...
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Today we welcome Scott Williams, founder of Sock Religious, who brings us a quote he came across while coaching youth hockey, from Coach Piggy Lambert.

“Ask me in 20 years and we’ll see how successful these boys are. Then I’ll be able to tell you if I succeeded as a coach.”

Here’s the book on Coach John Wooden in which Scott found this inspiration: Wooden on Leadership: How to Create a Winning Organization.

Whether or not you’re invo...
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If you want to better understand redemptive suffering, Emily DeArdo is your girl. Author of Living Memento Mori: My Journey Through the Stations of the Cross, Emily is a joy and an inspiration. We hope this conversation encourages you, especially as we gear up for Lent.

Emily’s quote comes from St. Thomas More:

“Nothing can come but what God wills. And I am very sure that whatever that be, however bad it may seem, it shall indeed be ...
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Alexandria Marrow is a theology-teacher-turned-SAHM, who now focuses on writing. Most of her work is poetry and short fiction. Like Lindsay, she is a contributing writer for Ever Eden Literary Journal. (Check out our interview in Season One with Ever Eden publisher, Amy O’Connell.)

Her quote was her mother’s favorite line:

“Goodness is the only investment that never fails.”

These words from Henry David Thoreau take us into virtue, tru...
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It’s a joy to welcome Tim Lucchesi, stay-at-home dad, director of Chaste Love, and co-host of the new podcast, Home But Not Alone, to the show.

Tim brings us a quote from Pope St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body. This quote comes from the 101st talk in the series, given on November 24, 1982, titled “Christ Opened Marriage to the Saving Action of God.” Here’s the short version:

"He (Jesus) assigns as a duty to every man the di...
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Listeners, you’re in for a treat as we spend some time with Amy Brooks, author of Be Yourself: A Journal for Catholic Girls and the forthcoming Be Yourself: A Journal for Catholic Boys, and founder of PrayerWineChocolate.com and CatholicsOnline.net.

If you’ve ever felt you’re asking too much of God in prayer, you’ll find peace in these words from St. Teresa of Avila:

“You pay God a compliment by asking great things of Him.”

What great...
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Art, language, Scripture, and the saints come together in this episode, featuring Katie Woltornist, founder of Behold Visio Divina. In her time discerning religious life with the Dominicans, Katie’s heart was struck by these words from St. Catherine of Siena:

“Be who you are meant to be and you will set the world on fire!”

For Katie, that meant a change of course and trusting in the lessons learned along the way. In time, the Spirit ...
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