Marge Fenelon

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Last week was quite the exiting week around the Fenelon Clan Abode and beyond! All in all, I had six different Interviews that I either recorded, did live, or had published. Add to that the Thanksgiving holiday and our Annual Fenelon Family Dessert Competition, and, well, things got a little crazy around here.

I imagine that things may have gotten a little crazy around your house, too. So, it’s understandable if you missed some or all of my appearances.

Not to worry.

I have the links to the ones that are accessible online and have posted them for you below. It was a great blessing to discuss my new book, Forgiving Mother: A Marian Novena of Healing and Peace with such wonderful folks from Catholic media. I enjoyed every one of them! What was interesting to me, was that  although we discussed the same book, each interviewer brought forth completely different insights and questions. It just shows the wide range of facets and aspects this book really has! Of course, it also shows the beautiful diversity among God’s children. 

In this post, I include my interviews with Kyle Heimann, Pete Socks, Shiela Lauigminas, and Fr. Sean Salai. Upcoming interviews – yet to be made public – include my appearance on Living Our Faith with Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki (air date January 19) and Mast Appeal with Coleen Kelly Mast (air date December 9). I’ll be sure to send you a reminder about those shows, as well as the others I’ve got coming up on my calendar! I’ll be sure to let you know about those as they draw near.

I’d also like to alert you to an advent event that’s just around the corner. On December 5, I’ll be presenting Waiting with Mary: A Mini-Pilgrimage to the First Advent Ever!  at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Big Bend, Wisconsin. If you’re in the area, I’d love to see you! Please note that registration ends today!

Without further ado, here are the links:

The Kyle Heimann Show

Off the Shelf with Catholic Book Blogger Pete Socks


A Closer Look with Sheila Lauigminas


American Magazine, written by Fr. Sean Salai, S.J.


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