On the Among Women podcast, Pat Gohn interviews Barb Szyszkiewicz about her book, The Handy Little Guide to Prayer.
A mid-summer podcast about one of the most important subjects for a Christian—our prayer life! This topic is dear to my heart and you’ll find many related podcasts (listed below) that I hope you’ll investigate if you have time. The care and feeding of your soul comes from a life of prayer that is coupled with sanctifying grace found in the sacraments, chief among them—the Eucharist. Today’s focus on prayer comes from my conversation with author and blogger, and longtime friend, Barb Szyszkiewicz, who brings us a new book, The Handy Little Guide: PRAYER.
In our saint segment, we power up with inspiration, wisdom and advice and drawn from several saints on the how-and-why’s about prayer. So much good stuff, below. Be sure to check out the book and the related podcasts!
Links for this episode:
About Barb Szyszkiewicz:
The Handy Little Guide: Prayer By Barb Szyszkiewicz
Barb’s blog at Franciscan Mom
Barb’s work and writing at CatholicMom.com
AW 48: Barb and Pat’s convo on the podcast (Oh! So many years ago!) about Barb being a Secular Franciscan
AW 157: Barb’s guest slot on the “Midlife Madres” series
Other shows of related interest:
AW 175: Appointment with God
AW 93: Adoraton of the Blessed Sacrament
AW Espresso Shot 13: My adoration story:
AW 213: Prayer is a personal encounter with Jesus
AW 77 Special edition on Prayer
AW Espresso Shot 8: Praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet with Pat
About Prayer Journaling:
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About the Author
Pat Gohn is a married empty-nester with three adult children and four grandchildren. An author, catechist, speaker, and host of the Among Women podcast since 2009, her books include the award-winning Blessed, Beautiful, and Bodacious: Celebrating the Gift of Catholic Womanhood, and All In: Why Belonging to the Catholic Church Matters. She works in Catholic publishing as an editor. Visit PatGohn.net