Marge Fenelon is a Catholic wife, mother, award-winning author and journalist, blogger, and speaker. She's been awarded the 2015 Egan Journalism Fellowship, which recognizes exceptional journalists who have demonstrated excellence in their reporting for Catholic media in the United States. She’s a frequent contributor to a number of Catholic publications and websites, a weekly contributor to Relevant Radio’s “Morning Air Show” and a popular guest on many other Catholic radio and television shows. She blogs at National Catholic Register and as a speaker has touched the hearts of audiences in a variety of venues. She's written several books about Marian devotion and Catholic family life. Her latest book, Our Lady, Undoer of Knots: Living the Novena (A Guided Meditation from the Holy Land) (Ave Maria Press, 2015), is a recipient of the 2016 Association of Catholic Publishers Award for Excellence in Publishing.
JOIN MARGE FOR MARIAN PILGRIMAGE: DISCOVERING MARY ACROSS THE USA
Join Marge as she journeys to NINE different Marian pilgrimage sites coast-to-coast across the US. As she travels, she'll keep you posted about her adventures on Relevant Radio's "Morning Air Show," social media, on her blog here at MargeFenelon.com and at National Catholic Register. The culmination of Marge's sojourns will be MARIAN PILGRIMAGE: A LIVING NOVENA, a brand new book published by Ave Maria Press (Fall 2018). Modeled after her award-winning OUR LADY, UNDOER OF KNOTS; A LIVING NOVENA, MARIAN PILGRIMAGE will be in Marge's hallmark genre of part armchair pilgrimage and part devotional. The result will be a spiritual journey that will take you more deeply into the heart of our Mother Mary. Come along!
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