Real people living out the call to love as Catholics.
Ep 58: Love in the Time of COVID
In this pandemic, it is more important than ever to love one another! Today's episode features Amy Stout (and family), Sarah Engel, Fr. Dan Leary of the Archdiocese of Washington, and Jason Kidd. This is also the last episode of Made for Love for now, as Sara Perla is leaving for another adventure!
Minisode: Love on the Streets
Kathryn Jean Lopez meets Christ on the streets every day in New York City.
Ep 57: Racism and the Family, Part Two
The primary place for education on human dignity is the family. Racism has no place in Catholic families. Today’s episode features Bishop Fabre of the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux, Danielle Brown, Associate Director of the Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism for the USCCB, and Louis Damani Jones, intern at the Catholic Campaign for Human Development in St. Louis. Reminder that show notes are at the blog at Marriage: Unique for a Reason.
Ep 56: Racism and the Family, Part One
The primary place for education on human dignity is the family. Racism has no place in Catholic families. Today’s episode features Bishop Fabre of the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux, Danielle Brown, Associate Director of the Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism for the USCCB, and Louis Damani Jones, intern at the Catholic Campaign for Human Development in St. Louis.
Minisode: A Mother's Love
Mary's son made a surprise announcement one Sunday: I'm no longer Catholic or Christian, and by the way, I'm gay.
Ep 55: Remarriage after Death
When Catholics marry, they promise to be together “as long as we both shall live.” Death brings about the end of a marriage, and the other partner is free to marry again. Today we’ll hear the stories of men and women who have married after losing their first spouse to death. The episode features Randy and Lucy Hines and Andy and Beth Huseman.
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What an Awesome Podcast
I wish there were so many more resources like this one. Family life is complicated and seeing each person as a child of God helps give 20/20 vision, but it doesn’t make up for the fact that we are descendants of Adam and Eve. This Podcast delves into topics on the family sensitively and so beautifully. I hope this podcast keeps growing!!!
Wonderful podcast! Thank you so much for such great topics and the diversity of topics. Thank you so much for talking about racism! So very much appreciated!
A podcast made to love!
Sara’s one-woman show is better than 99% of Catholic radio. And I can download hers.
She picks great topics and finds meaningful guests. I really appreciate hearing from “real people” their experiences. The topic-less pure story episodes have been good too.
My least favorite part of the podcast sometimes is the music in the background-sometimes it works, but usually I could do without it.
And remember, God loves you down to the cinnamon rolls!