Thursday, December 12, 2013

Recorded Thursday, December 12, 2013

We're back once again, podcasting with chatty babies.  Thanks for listening! Here's what we talked about in this episode:

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Here's a quick rundown of what we chatted about:


Angie and Marianne discuss early December snow days, Time magazine's choice for Man of the Year, infertility and naprotechnology, and Our Lady of Guadalupe.

Life with Kids:

We chat about recent snowfalls and snowdays, St. Nicholas and St. Lucia feast day traditions and share a Faith & Family Tip of the week.

Shoutouts and Feedback:

We've "soft launched" our podcast by sharing the podcast with our Bible study groups but both of us have yet to announce that we are officially podcasters. Marianne shares feedback on the podcast from her oldest daughter who is in 7th grade. Angie and Marianne share the core reason why they decided to start podcasting.

Food for the Journey:

We discuss the Parable of the Prodigal Son and how it relates to the crowds at Christmas Mass.  Angie shares a beautiful quote from Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta.

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Here are the resources we shared that you might want to check out if you have the time or need a little inspiration:



St. Gianna Center

Time Magazine's Man of the Year - Pope Francis


"Christmas Mass and the Prodigal Son's Brother" at Catholic Mom

"I Don't Agree with Your Parenting Choices Now Let Me Explain How You Should Raise Your Children" at The Matt Walsh Blog


Our Lady of Guadalupe (December 12)

St. Nicholas Feast Day (December 6)

St. Lucia Feast Day (December 13)


Follow Angie on Pinterest


Parable of the Prodigal Son


Text of quote from Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta:

"I used to pray that God would feed the hungry, or do this or that, but now I pray that he will guide me to do whatever I'm supposed to do, what I can do. I used to pray for answers, but now I'm praying for strength. I used to believe that prayer changes things, but now I know that prayer changes us and we change things.”



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