The terrific twosome (Linda & Joanne) were back at it this week on the podcast, discussing the weekend's homilies, staying until the end of Mass (VOTP selection for the week), copyright faux pas, and an infamous seasonal topic: 1st Eucharist celebrations! Pull up a comfy chair and join us as we go well past the hour mark yet again -- enjoy!

We'll be taking a break and changing our format after May 29th this year - here's how you can get those ideas and suggestions to us in order to help us change things up a bit for YOU:

  • drop us an email to mondaymorningcatholic@gmail.com
  • call us using the feedback line at 774-955-0659
  • jot down your thoughts in the comment box on this website
  • check out our Facebook page and post something or comment there

We want to serve our community the best way we can given our own changing lives. Please help us by adding your voice to the conversation - Thanks!

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AuthorJoanne Mercier

Joanne was flying solo this week on the podcast...and right into trouble, it seems. She accidently left a song playing too long at the beginning of the episode that apparently went beyond the fair usage requirements of YouTube (oops!). So, she pulled the video (sorry) and edited the audio so as not to cause any further problems. Can't leave the girl to her own devices. 

Anyway, she managed to talk about a great homily she heard this weekend, as well as problems with the Divine Office App, the murder of Fr. Rene Robert (VOTP choice this week) and, naturally, the sudden unexpected death of the Artist (she couldn't resist and has a very interesting story about their connection). Grab your favorite beverage and party like it's 1999 - enjoy!

Since we'll be changing up our podcast in the next few month, we would LOVE to hear from YOU as to what you might like to see and hear. Please use the following methods to get those ideas and suggestions to us:

  • drop us an email to mondaymorningcatholic@gmail.com
  • call us using the feedback line at 774-955-0659
  • jot down your thoughts in the comment box on this website
  • check out our Facebook page and post something or comment there

Our future mission is up to YOU! Help us serve you in the best way we can by sharing your feedback. Thanks!

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AuthorJoanne Mercier

And then there were three...

Seems every week our crew may increase or decrease but we still manage to wax on about the weekly homilies, rituals and even TV shows that are leaving the airwaves. Check this episode out as Linda, Jason and Joanne discuss the Pope's new encyclical, shepherding shepherds and the only way Tony DiNozzo can leave NCIS. Be overcome with paschal joy and enjoy!

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AuthorJoanne Mercier

All new episode...all new feedback...all new announcements...same old twosome! Check it out and enjoy! (Sorry we didn't include the links mentioned in the show but real life is still overcoming us with Paschal joy!)

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AuthorJoanne Mercier

Sorry for the short post again but it's a little hectic right now in Joanne's real world. Here's a few things to consider after you listen to Nancy and Joanne's spirited conversation on judgement, religious states and postures during Mass:

1) If you have feedback or stories of past homilies/liturgies this would be a great time to share them with us. If we get enough Joanne can piece them together into a podcast that will help keep us current during Holy Week/Triduum. To get them to us you can use the following methods:

  • drop us an email to mondaymorningcatholic@gmail.com
  • call us using the feedback line at 774-955-0659
  • jot down your thoughts in the comment box on this website
  • check out our Facebook page and post something or comment there 

2) We WILL let you know both here and on Facebook what and when our podcasts will be available in the next few weeks. Joanne will also try to record a quick blurb to put in the podcast feed if she can. Please pray for us and for all who minister to our parishes during the most scared time of the year - as our friends at CatholicTV would say -- "We do it ALL for YOU!"

Thanks for understanding!

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