Petition our Lady of the Rosary for victory in your life. Perhaps you’re battling family discord. Perhaps it’s unemployment or financial distress. Perhaps it’s confusion over vocation or weighty decisions. Whatever you’re battling right now, give it to the Blessed Virgin Mary and ask her with all your heart to be victorious.
Suffering can be a real downer topic, but not this time. In this show, Marge brings joy to suffering by talking about the upside. Yes, there IS an upside! By our Baptism, we are members of a royal priesthood and as such, our suffering has great value and redeeming power when offered with Jesus’ Passion on the Altar.
You liked the newsletter, you’ll LOVE the podcast! My newsletter, Simply Holy, became a popular feature here at Marge Steinhage Fenelon with its special blend of faith and life wrapped in simple, everyday spirituality. I’m so grateful for the overwhelmingly positive feedback that I received and I shared your disappointment Read more…
The other day, I noticed our neighbor working on his boat out in his garage – a reminder that for those inclined, it”s fishing season. That, in turn, reminded me of my own fishing experiences, albeit limited. Here’s one of my past posts on the topic that has become quite Read more…
You need not be a public speaker or author to share your Catholic faith story with the world, and Nancy Ward has proven that in her new book, “Sharing Your Catholic Faith Story: Tools, Tips & Testimonies,” published by The Word Works. In her book, Ward shows just how easy it can be to simply and spontaneously share with others how the Catholic faith has changed your life.
It can be so very hard to forgive. But, Jesus requires us to – not just once, but repeatedly and completely. In this episode of Everyday Spirituality, I talk about the devastating effects of unforgiveness and the one essential component in the forgiveness process that we all seem to miss.
Stressed out? Overcommitted? How do you get out of that trap? There’s a tool I use for discernment in every situation – what I should do, and what I shouldn’t do. Here’s how it works.