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In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with Katherine Briggs about why a classical education is beneficial to faith and our youth, and we discuss her novel, The Eternity Gate. Katherine's website: https://katherinebriggs.com/
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with Denise Mercado about the Stations of the Resurrection and how they can help us reflect on the daily challenges in our lives, and we review her book, The Way of Light. Denise's Website: https://www.denisemercado.com/
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with Ann Cavera about how faith can help those suffering with Alzheimer's or caretaking for a loved one with the disease, and we discuss her podcast, Speeding Past 80. Ann's Website: http://anncaverawriter.com/index.html
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with abortion survivor Melissa Ohden about how faith helps those who have survived abortion to speak out and to forgive, and we discuss her book, Abortion Survivors Break Their Silence. Melissa's Website: https://melissaohden.com/
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with T.M. Gaouette about addressing sensitive and controversial topics with teens through fiction, and we discuss her book, For Eden's Sake. T.M.'s website: https://tmgaouette.com/ Catholic Teen Books: https://www.catholicteenbooks.com/ctb/for-eden's-sake
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with Elizabeth Gillette about her own experience as a post-abortive mother and about how women can reconcile with themselves and with God after an abortion, and we discuss her book, Above All, Love. Elizabeth's website: https://elizabethgilletteauthor.com/
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with Kevin Martin about the valuable lessons on faith and life that he learned from his father during a terminal illness, as discussed in his book, All is Well: Life Lessons from a Preacher's Father. Kevin's website: https://www.skyhorsepublishing.com/9781510777590/all-is-well/
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with Janet Fichter about finding our true identities in Christ, despite the challenges in our lives. We also discuss her YA novel, Princess Tiara and the Battle for Fruitful. Janet's blog: https://atjesusfeet.com/
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with Becca Wierwille about coping with physical disabilities through the eyes of faith, and we discuss her middle-grade novel, Road Trip Rescue. Becca's website: https://beccawierwille.com/
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with Anne DeSantis about how our faith grows when we aid the marginalized in our churches and communities, and we discuss her book, Love and Care for the Marginalized. Anne's website: https://www.annedesantis.com/
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with Tim Shoemaker about his novel, The Second Storm, and how faith can help us combat self-destructive behavior in ourselves and our children. Tim's website: https://www.timshoemaker.com/
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with Bill Snyder about his documentary, Who Do You Say I Am?, and the history and science behind the Shroud of Turin, as well as how it can affect our daily faith. Bill's website: https://www.patchworkheart.org/
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with Jamie Ogle about how to trust God when it seems that doing His will hurts. We also discuss her book, Of Love and Treason, which deals with issues of trusting God in the life of Saint Valentine. Jamie's works are available at her website: https://www.jamieogle.com/.
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with Claudia Cangilla McAdam about practical ways that faith can help us forgive those who hurt and disappoint us. We also discuss her book, A Miracle for Micah, which deals with issues of forgiveness. Claudia's works are available at her website: http://www.claudiamcadam.com/.
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with author Melanie Dobson about her novel, The Wings of Poppy Pendleton, and about how faith can help us deal with some of life's most difficult seasons. Melanie's novel, The Wings of Poppy Pendleton, is available at her website: https://melaniedobson.com/books/the-wings-of-poppy-pendleton/.
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with author Amanda Lauer about her novel, Royal and Ancient, and about how faith can help cope with the difficult curveballs that life throws at our families. We also review the self-help book, Reframe Your Brain, by Scott Adams. Amanda's novel, Royal and Ancient, is available at her website: https://amandalauer.com/. Scott Adams' book, Reframe Your Brain, is available at https://www.facebook.com/ScottAdamsOfficial/.
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with marriage and family therapist Annie Harton about the challenges of living as a single person while also maintaining faith in this messy world, including the challenges of dating and loneliness. Annie's book, Single Truth: You Are More Than Your Relationship Status, is available at her website: https://www.annieharton.com/.
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with author and communications expert Maurice Prater about everyday ways that families can instill the faith into their younger children, and we review Catholic Book Publishing's various books about the lives of the saints.
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with author and editor Maria Riley about ways to introduce the saints to younger children, and we review the children's series, The Armor of God, by Theresa Linden.
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc speaks with long-time homeschooling mom Mary Ellen Barrett about great ideas for the summer for families who educate at home, and we review the children's series, The Mysterious Benedict Society, by Trenton Stewart.
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