A Medjugorje Heart: A Heart of Love
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In this week’s show, A Medjugorje Heart, I talk with my friend, Michelle Contich, who just returned from her first pilgrimage to Medjugorje. Michelle shares that she discovered the gifts of Medjugorje as she sought healing during a difficult season of life. The gifts that Michelle unwrapped were all about God’s great love. The love found in the sacrament of Reconciliation, being called to just love others and how love leads to joy and peace in your heart.  We live in a world that needs more love! It sounds trite to say, but what the world is lacking is an awareness of the source of true l ..read more
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Mother Teresa: Love in the Midst of Darkness
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9M ago
I remember the day that Mother Teresa died. The world was still reeling from the shock of Princess Diana’s death only 6 days before. I can remember sitting in the den watching TV waiting to hear the latest news about Princess Diana’s upcoming funeral the next morning when the news of Mother Teresa’s death was announced. I think it is safe to say that the entire world was in shock and grieving the loss of two generous souls. Click here to read Jennie's blog on Nashville Catholic Business Women's League   Jennie is a Catholic Life Coach, Podcaster, Weekly Radio Show Host on Nashville Cathol ..read more
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You Can Be Healed with Dr. Bob Schuchts
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9M ago
In this week's episode of "Catholic Moms in the Middle," Jennie welcomes Dr. Bob Schuchts to share about his ministry, the John Paul II Healing Center and to discuss healing. Healing from God can occur physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Many people tend to believe that healing is not possible for them due to various circumstances or that it only happens to others. Jennie and Dr. Schuchts discuss the main reasons people doubt or resist God’s healing in their lives.  In his book, Be Healed, Dr Schuchts begins by asking “Do you want to be healed?” This question refers to the ..read more
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The Messy Middle
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9M ago
   Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.  Matthew 5:43-48      It seems like the world has overlooked this verse. In fact, it would appear that most people act in the opposite way. I recently recorded a podcast on belonging. In the podcast, I discussed how often before belonging to a certain group your beliefs and behaviors must mirror theirs. Think about different situations in your life where you don’t belong or where you keep people outside of your circle because of conflicting beliefs and behaviors. It probably happens more than you think and ..read more
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“Dear children! May this time be a time of prayer ...
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9M ago
“Dear children! May this time be a time of prayer for you. ” Message from Medjugorje on March 25, 2023   In 2017, I traveled to the tiny village of Medjugorje in Bosnia and Herzegovina. As I boarded the plane to a faraway country, I was filled with excitement, uncertainty and hope. What I didn’t understand then is that my life would never be the same again. Once I returned safely home I realized that my heart was now divided between two places.  Many people ask me what is so special about Medjugorje. It can often be controversial and met with doubt and unbelief. In all honesty, befo ..read more
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Get Out Of The Boat
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9M ago
Have you ever met someone who you know God purposely placed in your path?  This recently happened to me. I registered for an upcoming event in our diocese and was connected with the coordinator. The moment I heard her voice I had the feeling that I would like her. After a long conversation, Rose Mary agreed to join my weekly radio show/podcast so that I could interview her about a new ministry she was starting in the Nashville diocese. As we recorded the show a few weeks later, it was as if we had an instant connection. We easily chatted back and forth while quickly coming to the end of t ..read more
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Put Down the Red Pen
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9M ago
One school year, I had a student who transferred into my classroom from another school. He needed a little extra support to catch up with the other students in first grade. His mom and I met to discuss his academic progress and she shared something with me that I still remember 25 years later. She said his former teacher would use a red pin to circle all of his mistakes. Page after page of school work would come home marked up with a red pen. Each week as they went through his school work he would cry because all he could see were the red markings. I decided after talking to the mom that I wou ..read more
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Wait! God, I'm Not Sure About This?
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9M ago
Did you know that God often calls you to travel down a road that is unknown to you? This happened to me this past week as I launched a weekly radio show on Nashville Catholic Radio. I never imagined being a radio host. As I was preparing for the first show, I was excited and nervous all at once. I was excited to have the opportunity to talk about my faith and to share catholic life coaching with more people. At the same time I had millions of doubts running through my mind. I worried that people wouldn’t listen. I doubted that I was actually “radio” worthy. I doubted that this was where God w ..read more
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Skinned Knees
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9M ago
     This past weekend at Mass, I couldn't stop looking at the Crucifix above the altar. What drew my eyes were the skinned knees on the corpus. As I sat quietly reflecting on the bloody knees, I thought about the falls that Jesus suffered with the heavy cross on his back. I thought about how his knees caught his body as he fell to the ground time and time again. The skinned knees represent the pain and suffering that Jesus endured for each one of us.  When was the last time that you skinned your knee? I can remember countless numbers of skinned knees from my childhood. Th ..read more
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I Needed Self Confidence For Where God Was Calling Me
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9M ago
Self-confidence is an essential ingredient for success. It is the belief in oneself and one's abilities, which allows you to take action, overcome obstacles, and achieve your goals. Unlike external validation, self-confidence comes from within and can be developed and strengthened with effort and awareness. You can have the feeling of self-confidence without proof of success. Self-confidence is believing in yourself to find solutions and moving forward no matter what life throws at you.  There are many areas of my life that I feel confident in my abilities to be successful. For example, I ..read more
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