I'll be chatting with Sean Herriott tomorrow morning (Tuesday) at 9am (EST). Topic will be my latest book, the annotated 25th anniversary edition of Mulieris Dignitatem (published by the Daughters of Saint Paul).
This afternoon (Thursday) I'll be Wendy Wiese's guest on Relevant Radio. Her show airs 1-2pm Central Time (that's 2-3pm on the East Coast). I'll put up a link to the audio when it's available in case you miss it.
UPDATE: here is the link to the show. Also, just a reminder that I will be the keynote speaker at Duluth's Women's conference this coming weekend, March 9th. Information is here, which will take you to a registration page if you're in region of Minnesota or Wisconsin. Please join us!
Had a nice chat with Wendy Wiese of Relevant Radio this afternoon. The archived conversation can be found here. For more on the book or how to set up a forgiveness conference for the women in your area, kindly go here. This Year of Faith would be a great time to knock down obstacles to God and to free yourselves to love without fear. It's worth it, I promise!
Will be on Live Hour shortly (8-9am EST). Will look for link later if you miss it.
UPDATE: What an amazing conversation -- two wonderful fellows with a wicked sense of humour, and living very real lives of faith. The link is here. Ladies, do consider booking a healing conference in the coming year -- it will clear your decks and transform your heart so that you can be the beautiful icon of Holy Mother Church that you were called to be!
I'll be talking to Sean Herriot tomorrow at 6:30am (CT) on the Morning Air Show. If I understand our planet's rotation, that means it will be a more civilised 7:30 here on the East Coast. (If I get a call at 5:30am, you'll realise I didn't pay attention too well in school.)
UPDATE: Podcast is here, scroll down to Nov. 28th, first hour (it's the second half). Book can be ordered here.
Although I missed living in the 1950′s by a hair’s breadth, that
decades’s culture was long celebrated in movies, books, and music.
Whatever may have lain in the hearts and minds of that generation, from a
distance the prevailing word that comes to mind is “convention.” Skirt
lengths, hair cuts, meal preparation, school discipline, and cultural
tastes were widely chosen by convention, and those who didn’t conform
(due to choice or poverty) felt the opprobrium of those around them.
Even church attendance on Sunday was highly conventional, and the pews
were filled on a regular basis. [cont.]