#035: Children Need Fortitude [Podcast]

My goal this week is to introduce to challenge us all to think about the virtue of fortitude as it relates to children.

St Agnes Virgin

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  • Tip of the week: Drink lots of water. Hydration.
  • Proverb of the week: Proverbs 32:8
  • Featured Segment: Why Children Need Fortitude
  • Saint of the Week: St Agnes
  • Latin word of the week: Fortitudo 

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Podcast Archive

# Title Released
034 Jokes of Saint John XXIII 05/07/2014
033 Divine Mercy: 5 Common Questions 04/30/2014
032 4 Sections of Hell 04/23/2014
031 Meet The Saint Version of You 04/16/2014
030 Should You Be an Optimist? 04/09/2014
029 Finding Fellowship like Samwise Gamgee 04/01/2014
028 Demons, Snakes, and Ticks: Lessons from a Hunting Trip 03/26/2014
027 How to Make an Eternal Impact with Your Life 03/19/2014
026 Thoughts on My Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe 02/26/2014
025 Why is the Catholic Church Roman? 02/19/2014
024 The Seven Lies We Believe About Our Failures 02/11/2014
023 How to Restart Your Mental Computer 02/06/2014
022 Top Five Productivity Tips from Thomas Aquinas 01/29/2014
021 Did You Miss God’s Plan for Your Life? 01/23/2014
020 When Prayer Becomes a Chore 01/15/2014
019 12 Attributes of a Baptized Christian 01/08/2014
018 A Podcast Against Bitter Catholics! 12/30/2013
017 Mary’s Painless Delivery of Christ Explained 12/18/2013
016 Our Lady of Guadalupe and Saint Luke (Plus How to Set Goals) 12/11/2013
015 Total Consecration to Mary 12/04/2013
014 What’s Your Apostolate? 11/27/2013
013 6 Items for the Liturgy of Your Life 11/20/2013
012 Why You Should Be More Creative 11/13/2013
011 Why Did They Stop Teaching Virtue? 11/06/2013
010 How Do Saints Hear Our Prayers? 10/30/2013
009 My Opinion of Martin Luther 10/23/2013
008 My Top 5 Daily Prayers 10/16/2013
007 Your Guardian Angel 10/03/2013
006 How You Can Convert 7 Billion People 09/25/2013
005 3 Strategies for a Marriage that Sings! 09/18/2013
004 4 Step Plan When Family Leave the Faith 09/12/2013
003 5 Tools for Deep Daily Prayer Life 09/04/2013
002 Three Tips to Increase Your Passion for Life 08/28/2013
001 How to Find a Spiritual Director 08/18/2013


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  • Kathleen

    Enjoyed your program… I then watched the utube of your cute kids… I’ve been really torn about the movie Frozen because the poetics are confusing for kids, especially the hit song “Let It Go”, but several people have said I’m over analyzing the movie. When I saw that one of your daughters has it as her favorite movie, I felt perhaps I do need to lighten up…

  • MPR

    This was an excellent podcast. It was very encouraging! Thank you!
    +God bless

  • Christina Fox

    I’ve just listened to episode 35, on fortitude. I don’t know how to leave stars, being pretty hopeless with computer technology, but I need to say that there are no words to express my gratitude for this teaching, in which God, so I believe,renewed this virtue in me. Nunc coepi.