In this episode, Pamela talks Gretchen about Advent and the spiritual preparation before Christmas. She talks about: Ways to celebrate Advent Choosing spiritual gifts for our loved ones Celebrating the Christmas season and not just the day Starting a liturgical revolution
In this episode, Pamela talks to Charles about saying yes to die for Christ like Christ. He talks about St. Maximilian Kolbe's life and his choice to say yes to dying for a stranger during his imprisonment in Auschwitz. He also explains how this man accepted this call right from his childhood up to his death, following in the footsteps of Christ. Kolbe is a great example for suffering Christians all around the world today. He teaches us how to make the ultimate sacrifice? Can you? Tell us...
In this episode, Pamela talks to Michele and Emily about Christian friendship. The women talk about their own friendship and answer questions like: Why are Christian friendships so important? And what is a Christian friendship anyway? What sets Christian friends apart from the rest? How does one go looking for or making these friends? What is my responsibility as a Christian friend?
In this episode, Pamela talks to Charles, about the Apostle Peter, his ministry and transformation from a fisherman to fisher of men. Charles highlights: - The difference between Peter and Judas - His openness to the Holy Spirit - His ability to seek the Lord and remain loyal to Him. - The spiritual journey and maturation of Peter
In this episode, Pamela talk to Mary Kathryn Sparrow about building a good marriage. Mary answers questions about: Why is marriage called a vocation? What is God's role or His place in the life of a married couple? Is prayer important for married couples? If yes, how do they incorporate it into their busy lives? What practical tips can you give those struggling with problems/ difficult life partners? When do you seek help?
In this episode, Pamela talks to Charles Johnston (From nowthatimcatholic.wordpres.com) about the life of Paul the Apostle. Charles shares about zealous Paul's Jewish background. He also talks about Paul's turning point on the road to Damascus, how we can emulate the apostle and what major lessons can be learned form Paul's ministry.
In this episode, I talk to popular blogger, Charles Johnston about the three pillars of Lent and how to keep up our Lenten practices long after Lent is over. Charles Johnston is a father and husband in Phoenix, Arizona. His conversion journey has taken years, as he felt God pulling him toward His Church but he resisted until he couldn't take it anymore. He gave in and fell in love with His Church. He blogs for 'Now that I'm catholic' where you can find his post on the three pillars of...
In this episode, Stephen Spillane, a blogger for SpiritualityIreland.org, talks about being different for Lent. He also talks about he how arrived at his Lenten preparation list. Listen to him as he explains how retreats, books and church courses have helped him grow spiritually through this season.