"...Amy describes herself as a convert to Catholicism, who had, "Grown up believing that Catholicism was some small, crazy cult and that Catholics were bad people. Mind you, I never looked into the matter, I just believed what others had told me. Then I went and fell in love with a cradle Catholic and in his patient, calm, rational way, he showed me the truth of Catholicism..." This month's Bold, Brave, Catholic feature is a blogger and speaker I have long admired. Read more about Amy's testimony in this month's column!
"In her own words, Theresa is, "A beer and Mt. Dew drinking mom to more than she thought God would give her. She is married to her best friend, embracing the suck of whatever the Army throws at them, and is loving life." As a personal note, I attest that Theresa's faith, and her ability to live as a 'Bold, Brave, Catholic' has served as inspiration in my own personal faith journey." Read more about this month's featured author for the "Bold, Brave, Catholic" series. How will you be bold and brave in your faith this month?
"I am excited to introduce you to this month's author for my monthly "Bold, Brave, Catholic" series. Each month, I feature a different Catholic who is just another individual in the pews, but striving to live their Catholic Faith in their daily lives. We are all called to live our faith outside of Sunday Mass, and this series will hopefully encourage each reader to live their faith in a bold, brave manner! But, as you can see from Emily, the president of Gloriam Marketing, LLC, being bold and brave looks and acts differently to each person. Read further to hear her thoughts on what it means to be Bold, Brave, Catholic in today's world!"
"I was not this Brave and Bold Catholic all my life. Even though I am a cradle Catholic and I went to catholic school, it's been a long journey." In this month's feature of Bold, Brave, Catholic, I am featuring a fellow Catholic writer and blogger, whose ministry reaches many individuals searching for inspiration within the Spanish-speaking community. I'm excited to introduce Nelly, and her story of what it means to be Bold, Brave, Catholic"!
"It can be demonstrably proven that I’m Catholic. Anybody who knows me for a few minutes knows it’s true. Being solid, and faithful, and generous, and helpful – these things are visible to the world. (The Mary statue in the front yard, and the Miraculous Medal around the neck are obvious hints, too.) But boldness and bravery aren’t part of my reputation..." This month's installment of "Bold, Brave, Catholic," shares insight from Julia at Fresh Rosary.com. Read more for her take, as well as what is meant by "Divine Appointment."