All the married ladies are together again for the 1st episode of the 2nd year of our "experiment" - and if Joanne sounds and/or looks a little funny it's because she's been quite under the weather for the past week. That doesn't seem to even slow her or the others down one bit as they dive into discussions on the homilies for the 1st Sunday of Advent, Cycle B edition - along with the timely topics of Advent rituals, altar servers of both genders and the state of Faith Formation today. Nothing like getting everyone riled up at the beginning of a new liturgical year! Grab a cup of your favorite seasonal brew and join us for a discussion no one will dare call boring!
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Our friend the ConcordPastor (Fr. Austin Fleming) always has a unique take on life and liturgy. You can visit him here and take advantage of his daily mailing list as well by following the directions on his site.
Of course, Fr. Barron's Word On Fire is mailing out a daily Advent reflection. Check him and all of his wares out
If you're a Catholic Mom (and even if you're not) check out Lisa Hendey's great website CatholicMom.com. Friend of the podcast Allison Gingras is a regular contributor there and their many resources are very useful to educators and homeschooler alike. Lisa herself has written a few books with her latest being "The Grace of YES!" (Ave Maria Press). Let them know that you heard about them from MMC!
While they don't have a lot of information yet on the restored order of the Sacraments of Initiation, the Archdiocese of Denver's Office of Evangelization and Family Life Ministries is a good source on anything that is of assistance to Catholic families. Check them out!