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    Parenting the Parent: Discerning Joy as Memory Fades

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    5 Reasons to Honor Mary this May

    Mary is our mother, and she loves us oh-so much. Here are five reasons to honor her this May. 5 Reasons to Honor Mary this May

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    Looking over the Sea of Galilee from the Mount of Beatitudes. Photo: Marge Fenelon

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                 Holy Land Pilgrimage            January 11-21, 2016 Praying for peace in our hearts, our homes, and our world 11 Grace-filled Days! Join host Marge Fenelon and Lion and the Lamb Journeys on a pilgrimage through the Holy Land ...

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Marge Fenelon Author, journalist, speaker

Marge Fenelon
Author, journalist, speaker

Marge Fenelon is a Catholic wife, mother, author, journalist, and speaker. She’s a frequent contributor to a number of Catholic publications and websites, a contributor to Relevant Radio’s “Morning Air Show” and has guested on many other Catholic radio and television shows. She blogs at “Catholic to the Core” on the Patheos Catholic Channel. She’s written several books about Marian devotion and Catholic family life and has touched the hearts of audiences in a variety of venues. Her latest book is Our Lady, Undoer of Knots: Living the Novena (A Guided Meditation from the Holy Land) (Ave Maria Press, 2015).

Mensa Christi, on the Sea of Galilee. The rock upon which Jesus served breakfast to the disciples after the Resurrection.

Mensa Christi, on the Sea of Galilee. The rock upon which Jesus served breakfast to the disciples after the Resurrection.

Come to the Holy Land on Marge’s pilgrimage, “A Living Novena: Praying for peace in our hearts, our homes, and our world” January 11-21, 2016. 

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Lesson from a 5-year-old: What Josiah Duncan’s story teaches us about charity

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A remarkable story about a remarkable little boy and his mom:

Lesson from a 5-year-old: What Josiah Duncan’s story teaches us about charity

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Here’s what you need to know about Disney’s new show, “The Real O’Neals”

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Disney’s new show, “The Real O’Neals” is a Catholic-bashing travesty produced by sex columnist and LGBT rights advocate Dan Savage. Here’s what you need to know about it and what you can do to stop it.

What You Can Do to Stop Disney’s Catholic-bashing “The Real O’Neals

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Got a minute? Help save the world by praying the Fatima prayer with me.

 

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Blessed Feast of Our Lady of Fatima! I’d like to invite you to pray with me today, for peace and the conversion of sinners as our Lady requested of the three shepherd children, Francisco, Jacinta, and Lucia.

Learn more here. 

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Are we entitled to happiness?

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Are we entitled to happiness?

Here’s why I think that we are not. My recent post on “Catholic to the Core.”

Are we entitled to happiness?

 

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Elvis is alive!

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Believe it or not, Elvis is alive! I found him myself in Jordan.  Read more in my latest on “Catholic to the Core.”

Elvis is alive! I found him at Nebo’s Pearl in Madaba, Jordan

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Is your WiFi making you sick?

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Is your WiFi making you sick?

It’s a question we all should be asking, but especially for the sake of our children.

Here’s my latest at “Catholic to the Core” on Patheos Catholic.

Is your WiFi making you sick?

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If I wasn’t a Christian, I’d be tempted to despair

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The constant stream of bad news in the media plus the troubles of the people in our lives can leave us feeling helpless and tempted to despair. Before you allow yourself to slip down that slippery slope, read my latest post at “Catholic to the Core.”

If I wasn’t a Christian, I’d be tempted to despair

Also, you’re invited to join host John Harper and I on Relevant Radio’s “Morning Air” tomorrow, Wednesday April 6 at 8am CST as we chat about

Five Reasons to Honor Mary this May

You can listen live or catch the podcast later here.

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Parenting the Parent: Discerning Joy as Memory Fades

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Seeing a parent age and succumb to dementia can be a very difficult, painful, process. Today on “Catholic to the Core,” I’ve opened up the door to my heart and life a bit to share with you my grappling with my own mother’s dementia.

Parenting  the Parent: Discerning Joy as Memory Fades

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5 Reasons to Honor Mary this May

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Mary is our mother, and she loves us oh-so much. Here are five reasons to honor her this May.

5 Reasons to Honor Mary this May

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Well, I (almost) made it to Jordan. But that’s not the end of it.

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My Jordan adventure has begun – almost. Read more at “Catholic to the Core”

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/margefenelon/2015/04/well-i-almost-made-it-to-jordan-but-thats-not-the-end-of-it/

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