A Letter to the Woman Wondering What Her Gifts Are


- Today's episode was sponsored by Sock Religious. An online Mom and Pop store started by Scott and Elizabeth back in 2017, check out Sock Religious and bring the faith to the workplace and to spice up your Sunday best.


- Jill is the artist, designer, and creator behind Pink Salt Riot. Check out her online shop and blog today!

- Have you ever discerned your charisms before? Check out this great assessment tool!

- Check out Jill’s class, “Branded Beauty,” which provides a valuable framework for growing in charisms and your business!

A Letter to the Woman Struggling with an All-Male Priesthood


- Johnna first came on Letters to Women to talk about Catholic Women Run, an organization that challenges not only women’s workout routines but also their prayer life. Check out that episode here, then head over to Catholic Women Run.

- If you want to hear more about Johnna’s story of discernment, check out her article over on FemCatholic, “Why I Didn’t Become a Priest

- Another great FemCatholic article that Johnna and I both mention is “The Female Priesthood: What I Learned and What I Know Now” by Emily Archer.

- One sacrament that women are called to be ministers in is the sacrament of marriage. I shared how Joseph and I skipped out on a popular Catholic wedding tradition at our wedding and how that emphasized our roles as ministers of the sacrament. Read more about it (and see our wedding pictures!) here.

A Letter to the Woman Who's a Working Mom


- This podcast is sponsored by Chews Life, my favorite Catholic company for the little saints-in-the-making in your life. Chews life provides a wide of products offered by the company, including rosaries, decade rosaries, bracelets, pacifier clips, and Divine Mercy teethers.

- You can find JoAnna’s blog, The Catholic Working Mother, on Patheos.

- If you’re a Catholic working mom, you’re not alone. JoAnna started a Facebook group for Catholic Working Mothers that you can find here.

- JoAnna and I’s conversation reminded me of one of my favorite pieces of writing from Haley Stewart from Candles for Michaelmas, “Things You Don’t Have to Do to Be a Holy Catholic Woman”

- JoAnna mentioned one of my favorite pieces of writing from Saint Pope John Paul II, his 1995 “Letter to Women”. Check it out and read it if you haven’t ever read it before!

A Letter to the Woman Stressed About Advent

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- Today's episode was sponsored by Sock Religious. An online Mom and Pop store started by Scott and Elizabeth back in 2017, check out Sock Religious and bring the faith to the workplace and to spice up your Sunday best.

- Find Sister Miriam James Heidland, SOLT, on Twitter! You should also check out her blog archives, and her book, Loved As I Am. If you want more podcast episodes with Sister Miriam, check out Abiding Together!

- A resource Sister Miriam and I love is Magnificat, a resource with the daily readings of the liturgical year. Joseph and I are working to read the readings together daily this Advent. Find out more about Magnificat here (under 25? Check out this great deal for Magnificat!)

- Advent stressing you out? Here are 8 ways to prepare for a no-stress Advent.

- Sister Miriam James worked on an Advent project with Father Mark Toups and Father Josh Johnson. Rejoice! Advent Meditations with Mary is written by Father Mark but comes with video companions with Sister Miriam, Father Mark, and Father Josh!

A Letter to the Woman Who Doesn't Think She's Enough

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- Today’s episode was sponsored by The Mass Box, which strives to help you get your kids excited about the Mass and the Bible! Their research shows that as much as 90% of learning for kids under 2nd grade is kinesthetic. So Ashley and Raymond started The Mass Box as a solution for families to get hands-on with the Bible and Mass Prep! Check out their monthly Mass boxes and get prepped for Advent with their Advent boxes!

- You can find Danielle’s blog, books, podcasts, and television shows over on her website.

- One of Danielle’s book that I loved was “You’re Worth It!” We mentioned the one-day retreat that Danielle leads based on this book. You can find more information about that here.

- Danielle and I talked quite a bit about her newest book, “You Are Enough: What Women of the Bible Teach You About Your Mission and Worth.”

- You all know at this point that I’m a Brene Brown junkie. If you’ve never heard of what she has to say about shame and vulnerability, stop what you’re doing right now and go check out this video.