"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!"
My latest installment of "Bold, Brave, Catholic" is written by a dear friend and fellow Catholic wife and mother. After experiencing a miscarriage, she felt moved to contribute to the "Bold, Brave, Catholic" series, praying her words will reach another woman who may be struggling through similar circumstances. Please read and share with a woman you may know may need the encouragement!
I am excited to introduce you to my April 2019 "Bold, Brave, Catholic" writer. Stacie Yocum is a proud Navy wife, and mother to three children. She blogs at Anchored Saints, and is on a mission to provide faith-based support to other Catholic military women, through sharing her own story, her own insights, and her … Continue reading Bold, Brave, Catholic: It’s Okay to Start Small!
"Remember that we aren’t all called to great things in the eyes of the world. You should think about the areas where you are fearful and examine why that is. Start small. Bold and brave means different things to a shy introvert and a sassy extrovert." Today, I am featuring the sage words of wisdom from Leslie at A Life in Every Limb. Read more to find what makes her bold, brave, Catholic - and, her words of encouragement for you, too!
"In a nutshell, the Catholic Church offers sanctifying grace through the outward signs given to Her (the Church) by Christ Himself... but, that's a cliche answer... So, here with what all the theological underpinnings mean for me - the woman behind the words..." Linking up for Allison's series "What Does the Catholic Church Really Have to Offer Me?"