Thursday, July 14, 2011

Among Women Podcast #103 When Forgiveness is Hard

Among Women 103 takes up the stories of two remarkable women whose lives have been touched by violence in some way...

The first is St. Philomena, a 14 year old Christian martyr from the 3rd century, whose story was largely unknown until her bones were dug up in the catacombs during an excavation in 1802. Find out about the power of this young martyr whose intercession is relied upon by other saints, popes, and people all over the world.

The second woman is our guest this week, Rosario Rodriguez, who managed to survive a point-blank gunshot wound from a random act of violence on an LA street. She shares how she is recovering physically and spiritually, and she discusses the power of forgiveness in her life.

I'll also be sharing information about upcoming conferences that might be of interest to you.
The National Bible Conference, July 22-23 in Atlanta, GA. I will be attending this! 
And I will be presenting and being present at these three events:
The Catholic Writers Guild Conference, in tandem with the Catholic Marketing Network, Aug 5-9, King of Prussia PA
SQPN's Catholic New Media Conference, Sept 30-Oct 1, Kansas City, KS.
The Catholic Writers Guild Retreat, Oct 5-9, in at St Francis Retreat Center, DeWitt, MI.

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