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Presents: Hi! We are Mackenzie and Bridget, two best friends who met while studying film and acting in NYC. From a Catholic conference in our twenties, discerning our vocations, to working in Hollywood, military wife life and all the seasons in between we have a heart for true and beautiful stories. Here is the place where we share conversations rooted in truth and goodness and interviews of friends who are unravelling the call placed on their lives so beautifully.
 
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The Power of the Tongue – Episode 5 – Freedom from Anxiety with Sonja Corbitt Like the children of Israel in the desert, our thoughts and emotions are reflected in our words, and words have creative power for death or life (Prov 18:21). We can forfeit rest through constant negativity and complaining, the way they did, or we can follow the creative …
 
Join Msgr. Esseff as he reflects on the gospel for the 24th Sunday of Ordinary time. Gospel Mk 8:27-35 Jesus and his disciples set out for the villages of Caesarea Philippi. Along the way he asked his disciples, “Who do people say that I am?” They said in reply, “John the Baptist, others Elijah, still others one of the prophets.” And he asked them,…
 
Episode 40 – John 19 – Crucifixion and Death of Jesus Part 2 The Gospel of John reaches a crescendo in Chapter 19: the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ. The cosmic battle between good and evil, life and death reaches its climax on the cross. The prince of light and life triumphs over the prince of darkness and death. Banished to a life of dark…
 
Day 6 St. Therese you have said: “My whole strength lies in prayer and sacrifice, these are my invincible arms; they can move hearts far better than words, I know it by experience.” Saint Therese, flower of Carmel, you said you would spend your heaven doing good upon the earth. Your trust in God was complete. Listen to my prayer; bring before God m…
 
Episode 7 – Kissing the Wounds of the Leper Join Teresa Monaghen, of Pro Sanctity, as she offers a “Personal Plan for Holiness”. Listen along with these short, but beautiful meditations which encourage us to continue on our journey as “saints in the making”! Pro Sanctity Mission Statement The Pro Sanctity Movement is a Catholic organization dedicat…
 
Episode 91: A Smart Catholic Homeschooling Dad One of the positives of our unusual times is that a lot more working fathers are at home and contributing to the education of their children. And that is a beautiful thing. Today our guest is the very clever creator of SmartCatholics.com, homeschooling dad, Dominic de Souza! Find Dominic de Souza: http…
 
This is part two of two! Sister Natalia walks through the prayers that are said in a monastic life profession liturgy. She reflected on the liturgy during her life profession retreat earlier, and gives us some insight into her journal entries from her retreat. Part One can be found here. Also, check out a written reflection from Sister Natalia on L…
 
Day 9 St. Padre Pio you have said: How fortunate we are to be slaves of this great God who submitted Himself to death for us. Gracious God, you generously blessed your servant, Padre Pio, with the gifts of the Spirit. You marked his body with the five wounds of Christ Crucified, as a powerful witness to the saving Passion and Death of your Son, and…
 
Day 8 St. Padre Pio you have said: Is it possible that you are never satisfied with yourself? Jesus loves you with a loving partiality in spite of all your unworthiness. He sends down a torrent of graces upon you, and yet you complain. It is about time this ended and you convinced yourself that you are greatly in the Lord’s debt. Hence, less compla…
 
Chapter 8: Reconciliation - Reconciliatio (Reconciliation) "When you come to prayer inspect your heart, so as to send your prayer pure to God, and carefully examine whether there is any obstacle to this." - Abbot Macarius, the Egyptian It is time to ask God to show us everything we have done or failed to do that has kept him out. It is this that pr…
 
Day 7 St. Padre Pio you have said: May the Grace and peace of the Holy Spirit always be at the center of your heart. Place your heart in the open side of the Savior, and unite it with the King of your heart who is within it as on a royal throne, in order that He might receive homage and obedience from all other hearts. Keep your hearts door open, s…
 
Day 6 St. Padre Pio you have said: In the most Holy Sacrament of the Eucharist, in this sacrament of Love, we have true life, a blessed life, and true sacrament of Love; we have true life, a blessed life, and true happiness. Because in it we receive not only those graces that perfect us but the very Author of those graces. The post Day 6 – Novena t…
 
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