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The Saintly Women Podcast

The Saintly Women Podcast is devoted to showcasing the lives, thought, and spirituality of the Catholic Church’s plethora of female saints. The goal of the podcast is to inspire all Catholic women to perservere in their pursuit of holiness, utilizing the unique gifts and graces God has given to them.

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The Blog

How to Be a True Friend: Scriptural References and Teachings from the Saints

How to Be a True Friend: Scriptural References and Teachings from the Saints

What is true friendship? What does it really mean? Our society might have you believe that true friendship is “supporting one another, no matter what.” While that phrase looks loving on the surface, are we truly loving someone by supporting them “no matter what”? If a friend of ours is making a decision that may be detrimental to their salvation, are we really being a true friend in supporting such a decision? It can definitely be challenging to have a difficult conversation with a friend regarding his or her behavior and its potential repercussions. Society is constantly telling us that initiating this type of conversation automatically makes us “judgmental” – but is judging the actions of an individual as harmful to his or her salvation (as long as long as we do so in a charitable way), really a bad thing?

Persevering in Prayer: St. Monica, St. Ignatius of Loyola, and the Pursuit of Godly Answers

Persevering in Prayer: St. Monica, St. Ignatius of Loyola, and the Pursuit of Godly Answers

Let me begin this post by saying one thing: prayer is difficult, and it’s difficult for so many reasons. For one, it is seems beyond challenging amidst the craziness of our busy lives to set aside time to pray. Even when we do make the time, our minds are constantly plagued by seemingly never-ending to-do lists, worries, and other distractions that prevent us from really focusing our minds on God.