For the conclusion of the "Bold, Brave, Catholic" series, I feature a review of a book designed to assist readers in living as "Bold, Brave, Catholic" in their daily lives. How will you live your faith in a bold and brave manner for 2020?
In my first post in far too long, I review an amazing Advent product which is easy to purchase, download, and customize to meet the needs of the busy mom who may have experienced Advent sneaking up on her! I also offer a 25% off coupon for this particular product, another link for another product we are using this year, and link to a couple more gift guides for this Advent season. Shop small business, Catholic-style, using the information contained within!
"I had to ask for help. What?! Me?!" I am excited to introduce you to a very inspirational woman for this month's Bold, Brave, Catholic feature! You don't want to miss out on this beautiful testimony and witness to living a faith filled life.
"...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?