An Engaging Faith:11/23-11/27

You are invited to join me this week for An Engaging Faith on Breadbox Media daily at 4pm EST.

This week I am thankful for..the gift of friendship, my vocation, and the invitation to serve!

John and Terri Bosio join us to discuss how to truly enrich our marriages,  Ed Ensley with how to Love your Neighbor:Praying Your Way to a Better Life

And a three Encores with Jane and Ellen KnuthSue and Tim Muldoon and Margaret Felice to celebrate Thanksgiving! 

Monday: John and Terri Bosio- John  is a former marriage and family therapist, director of religious education, and diocesan family life coordinator. He worked for 23 years in international human resources in various corporations. He is the author of three books and a number of articles on marriage, including Why Get Married in the Church: The Lifelong Blessing of a Catholic Wedding. Teri Bosio is a former diocesan family life coordinator, director of adult faith formation and RCIA, and director of religious education.While retired they remain active in parish and family ministry, serving parishes and dioceses around the country and leading couples retreats and workshops.They have produced several parish-based marriage enrichment programs: Six Dates for Catholic Couples and The Beatitudes: A Couple’s Path to Greater Joy and Joined by Grace.

Tuesday: Eddie Ensley ,a Catholic permanent deacon from the diocese of Savannah, GA  is on staff at St. Anne in Columbus, Georgia. He also teaches spirituality at Josephinum Diaconate Institute of the Pontifical College Josephinum. Deacon Ensley is a NCCA licensed clinical pastoral counselor with a master’s degree in pastoral studies from Loyola University with a doctorate in clinical pastoral counseling from Cornerstone University. He has authored a number of books including Everyday Mysticism: Meeting
God Face to Face, Healing the Soul: Finding Peace and Consolation When Life Hurts,
and Step-By-Step Spirituality for Deacons. He will be joining us to discuss his latest book, Love your Neighbor:Praying Your Way to a Better Life.

Wednesday: Jane and Ellen Knuth, will be joining us to discuss Love will Steer Me True. Jane has been volunteering at the St. Vincent de Paul thrift store in Kalamazoo, Michigan, for the last 15 years. She is also an eighth-grade math teacher. Jane and her husband, Dean, live in Portage, Michigan. Ellen recently returned to the USA after 5 years in Japan. Having already been an English teacher, a singer in a rock band, a dairy princess, a MC, and a newspaper columnist, Ellen now works as a university relations manager for a study and intern abroad company. Settled (for now) in Clinton Twp, MI, she travels extensively, writes occasionally, and sings constantly.

 Sue and Tim MuldoonSue is a graduate of Boston College with degrees in Theology and Psychology, and has a Master’s degree in Counseling with a focus in Christian Counseling from Franciscan University. Her experience includes serving as the Director of Counseling Services at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, PA and as a therapist at Center for Family Connections in Cambridge.  She has also co-authored, with husband Tim,  Six Sacred Rules for Families  Asked to be a presenter at the WMOF, Sue spoke on healing damaged relationships.

Tim Muldoon is a professor and has authored and edited several books. He served as chair of the department of religious studies, philosophy, and theology at Mount Aloysius College for many years before being named the inaugural director of the Church in the 21st Century Center at Boston College. He currently serves in the division of university mission and ministry at Boston College, and teaches in the university’s college of arts and sciences. He and his wife Sue are the parents of three children.

Felice Fridays!: Margaret Felice, Boston College alumnae and faculty member of Religion and Performing Arts at BC High in Boston MA, Opera Singer and blogger joins us for a fun an engaging talk about all things Catholic

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