Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Recorded 7/15/15

The moms are back and chatting it up about the MLB All Star Festivities in Cincinnati, saving money on back to school supply shopping, great listener feedback from a longtime supporter of the podcast, books and movies, and a simple but inspiring quote from St. John Vianney as the Food for the Journey.  

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Thursday, July 2, 2015

Recorded 6/30/15

Recorded at just a hair past 5 am outside their local McDs, the moms chat about how the new time and format is actually awesome, Connor's amazing recovery from surgery, a new study on spiritual bankruptcy in Catholic families, and Greg Willits' speech at the recent 2015 Catholic New Media Conference, "Lessons Learned from 10 Years of Mistakes."  

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Saturday, June 20, 2015

Recorded 6/20/15



Angie and Marianne have another great hour in their McStudio on an early Saturday morning, chatting about Father's Day, getting through surgery with your kids, cleft palate repair, books, and how our thoughts impact our behaviors in our marriage. 

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Saturday, June 13, 2015

Recorded 6/13/15

The moms are back, recording early on a Saturday morning at their local McDonald's with two surprise guests! This week, they chat about graduations, cherries, pie making, channeling a little bit of Little House on the Prairie, thoughts on having your kids do summer "school" work, their current book club book about raising healthy boys, and the beauty of silence.   
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God Bless!

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Saturday, June 6, 2015

Recorded 6/5/15



We're back and podcasting from our summer digs! This week, we invite our local listeners to join us anytime for our summer podcasts then chat about the end of the school year, gradutation, we start a petition to move Mother's Day, meal helpers, berry picking, and how every mom can be part of the New Evangelization.  We also give a shoutout to a loyal listener whose comment on our FB page lifted our spirits.  

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God Bless!

LINKS FROM THE SHOW

Stokes Berry Farm (FB) - Wilmington, OH
Iron’s Fruit Farm - Lebanon, OH
Blooms and Berries -Loveland, OH
Directory at Pick Your Own.org - search nationwide!


And one of the quotes from Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen - the challenging one:

“Curiously enough, it is a fear of how grace will change and improve them that keeps many souls away from God. They want God to take them as they are and let them stay that way. They want Him to take away their love of riches, but not their riches—to purge them of the disgust of sin, but not of the pleasure of sin. Some of them equate goodness with indifference to evil and think that God is good if He is broad-minded or tolerant about evil. Like the onlookers at the Cross, they want God on their terms, not His, and they shout, “Come down, and we will believe.” But the things they ask are the marks of a false religion: it promises salvation without a cross, abandonment without sacrifice, Christ without his nails. God is a consuming fire; our desire for God must include a willingness to have the chaff burned from our intellect and the weeds of our sinful will purged. The very fear souls have of surrendering themselves to the Lord with a cross is an evidence of their instinctive belief in His Holiness. Because God is fire, we cannot escape Him, whether we draw near for conversion or flee from aversion: in either case, He affects us. If we accept His love, its fires will illumine and warm us; if we reject Him, they will still burn on in us in frustration and remorse.”
― Fulton J. SheenPeace of Soul: Timeless Wisdom on Finding Serenity and Joy by the Century's Most Acclaimed Catholic Bishop

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Recorded 5/22/15




It's another lively podcast with two toddlers and one puppy underfoot!  We've got great voice feedback from loyal listeners, stories about overnight growth spurts and Jesus grafitti, some of our favorite free or nearly free things to do with kids during the summer, and a new book to read for the NQaBC Book Club this summer! 
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Links from this week's show:

Cincinnati:

Free or Nearly Free Fun for Kids Summer 2015




Movies in the Park: Deerfield Township (Friday nights); Blue Ash (Saturday nights); even more here



Nationally: 

Free or Nearly Free Fun for Kids Summer 2015 





Next book we'll be reading and chatting about:

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Recorded 5/11/15



The moms chat about Mother's Day surprises, confirmation, navigating kids and technology, their May pick for the NQABCBC - "Resurrection in May" by Lisa Samson, and finish with some tech inspired Food for the Journey.  It's a lively podcast with the two toddlers and a bouncy puppy underfoot!

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LINKS

ESPN story of Megan Holleran