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It’s Okay To Start With You

Julia Marie Hogan is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, author, and speaker with a mission to help people lead fuller and more authentic lives every day. Her new book, It’s Okay To Start With You, is the best book I have found that encompasses proper self care within the Catholic worldview. This book is perfect for…

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FOLLOW. You know you wanna …

Katie Prejean McGrady challenges us to do the one thing that all Christians SHOULD do. Follow Jesus. When our world attempts to complicate this matter, or worse, try to water it down, Katie cuts through the nonsense and gives us the basics of true discipleship in her new book, Follow: Your Lifelong Adventure with Jesus.…

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The Porn Talk You NEED to Hear

Matt Fradd does a lot of things. He is an international speaker, author, podcaster, Catholic apologist, Aquinas aficionado, philosophy nerd, as well as one of the VERY few people on this planet speaking openly about the damaging effects of pornography. (Can we get an “Amen!” ?) Most people with a platform (of any kind) don’t…

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The Man-Made Feminist

The self proclaimed “man-made feminist”, Destiny Herndon de la Rosa is a force to be reckoned with…. and not just because she sports fabulously purple hair that gives the illusion she possesses unicorn magic. This lady is fierce and outspoken with it comes to speaking out about being consistently PRO LIFE on ALL matters. All…

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Abby Johnson

“No one grows up wanting to work in the abortion industry.” – Abby Johnson. Abby Johnson has always had a fierce determination to help women in need. It was this desire that both led Abby to a career with Planned Parenthood, our nation’s largest abortion provider, and caused her to flee the organization and become an…

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Happy Birthday Fulton J. Sheen

He was the first “Tele-Evangelist”, a master of catechesis and the new evangelization, had an intense love for the Our Lady and is on his way to sainthood,. AND … he also happens to be my Holy Crush. Enter the Venerable Fulton J. Sheen. While I’d love to claim to be his biggest fan, I’d…

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How did God make me to love?

Sr. Bethany Madonna is the vocations director for the Sisters of Life in New York.  She speaks without reserve about God’s love for all people and His redemptive mercy. Sr. Bethany shares her vocation story (it involves a nun dropping her off at another convent!) as well as some amazing stories of women that have…

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Walking with the Homeless

“When you look away from a homeless person, you diminish their humanity and your own.” ~ Brené Brown Christ in the City missionaries don’t just drop off food or blankets, but create friendships with the homeless in Denver, Colorado. These missionaries go out and spend time with the homeless, eat meals with them, and get…

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March for Life President: Jeanne Mancini

She’s the President of the March for Life. She’s a wife. A mother. And one amazingly strong woman facing the culture of death head on. Meet Jeanne Mancini. In this episode, I chat with Jeanne about the March for Life, the history of it, its future and the crazy connection to the Women’s March and…

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S5E2: The Dating Project

Half of America is single. People are frustrated in love, but does anyone really know how to connect in today’s virtual world? In this episode, we chat with Megan Harrington, co-producer of The Dating Project, a faithful Catholic, and currently single herself. Megan talks to us about her professional and personal take on today’s dating…

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