Living and Thriving on the Sexuality Spectrum ft. Anna Carter

Today on the podcast I’m chatting with Anna Carter, the co-founder of The Eden Invitation. Anna is a daughter of God who experiences bisexuality while living and thriving in the Catholic Church. Anna talks about discovering she wasn’t only attracted to men, how straight feminists can love their not-so-straight sisters more, and how her life has been shaped by Jesus Christ. (PS: we swear a bit, so this episode may not be suited for little ears!)

This was a super hard interview for me to do, and I explain why in the intro. I stressed out about it for, like, weeks, which is ridiculously stupid because Anna is amazing and beautiful and brilliant. But I just want everyone to know how much I love them and that if this is a hard topic for you, I see you I see you I see you. Promise. 

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How Beauty Saves and Alcoholism Destructs ft. Erica Tighe

Today on the podcast, I’m honored to be chatting with Erica Tighe. Erica is the founder of Be A Heart Design, which has worked with clients like Blessed Is She and Leah Darrow. Erica has an amazing story about being inspired to start her company, learning how to discern God’s will in our lives, and overcoming an alcohol addiction. We also talk quite a bit about beauty, and why it even matters in the world. When refugees are struggling to escape their countries and people are struggling with mental illness and our earth is slowly being destroyed, why does pretty calligraphy matter? Erica has such a great response to that question, and I can’t wait for y’all to hear it!

Topics discussed:

  • What feminism means to Erica
  • Why Erica founded Be a Heart
  • Why beauty and calligraphy matter so much in our broken world
  • How to discern "God's will" 
  • How Satan uses addiction to tear us from God

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Theology of the Body and the Pain of Miscarriage ft. Carrie Archual

Today on the podcast we’re speaking with Carrie Archual of the Theology of the Body Institute! Carrie is speaking with us about TOB and what it says about men vs. women. We also talk about her two miscarriages and how we as Catholics should respond to this tragedy. Lastly, we discuss PPD and the effect its had on her life and her family. These are some taboo topics that I was honored to speak with Carrie about. I mean, think about it—if we believe abortion is a child dying…we should believe the same about miscarriage. We should properly mourn miscarried babies and support our friends going through this tragedy, but instead, we usually just feel uncomfortable talking about it. I was so grateful that Carrie was vulnerable and honest, and it was a pleasure to speak with her.

Topics discussed:

  • How Carrie was introduced to TOB
  • What TOB says about women
  • Why TOB is so needed in the world today
  • How Carrie's two miscarriages have deeply impacted her
  • What it's like to be a working mom
  • How Carrie has been affected by postpartum depression

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Embracing Freedom in Your Finances ft. Amanda Teixeira

Jesus tells us not to worry about money, right? And the rich man is supposed to give everything he has to the poor. But how do we balance these true, beautiful Bible stories with a real need to, um…pay off student loans, save up for a house, donate money, buy sustainable clothing, put food on the table, etc.?

Today’s podcast guest, Amanda Teixeira has the answer. Amanda talks all about why Catholics should care about their bank accounts, why it isn’t unbiblical to care about money, and how you can take small steps today that will pay off in your financial future. This episode is perfect for anyone struggling to pay off debt, wondering when they’ll ever get the chance to give as much as they’d like to, or wishing they could reconcile a prudent desire to save with a concern that they’re over-obsessed with finances. I can’t wait for you to tune in!

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Topics discussed:

  • Why Catholics should be concerned about their bank accounts
  • Whether money is "good" or "bad"
  • How Amanda and her husband fought off debt and embraced financial freedom
  • Common money mistakes among both single and married women
  • How Amanda's life and motherhood was blessed through fundraising
  • The importance of receiving love and help 
  • Amanda's new e-course, Wallet Win
  • How to start small on the path towards responsible finances

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Life With Mother Teresa and Doing Small Things With Great Love ft. Mother Mary Catherine

You all KNOW how much I love St. Teresa of Calcutta. Today, I’m honored to share a conversation with a sister who worked with Mama T for years. Mother Mary Catherine, the founder of the Missionaries of the Word, was a Missionary of Charity before an illness sent her home. Her firsthand stories of Mother Teresa’s kindness, humor, and generosity will make your day. We also talk about the idea of going “all in” with Jesus and Mother Mary Catherine shares her best tips for vocational discernment. This episode is perfect for anyone considering the religious life or struggling with letting God have her whole heart. Enjoy!

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Topics discussed:

  • Why Mother Mary Catherine felt drawn to the religious life 
  • The struggles of giving up our own dreams and saying yes to God
  • What it was like to work with Mother Teresa 
  • How Mother Teresa did "small things with great love"
  • Why Mother Mary Catherine left the MCs and began the Missionaries of the Word
  • Tips for vocational discernment

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Lightening the Load and Clinging to Prayer ft. Elise Crawford

"She sets about her work vigorously; her arms are strong for her tasks. She sees that her trading is profitable, and her lamp does not go out at night.”

 If anyone’s ever told you that women who work aren’t biblical, feel free to point them towards Proverbs 31! Today, we’re talking to Elise Crawford, the founder and CEO of Ringlet, a DC-based marketing company that helps female entrepreneurs market their services and brand their businesses. Elise shares all about how prayer helped kickstart her business, how she continues to make God the center of her company and life, and the power of women who work. It was an honor to speak with Elise and I think her episode holds value for all women, whether you’re a SAHM, worker bee, or somewhere in between! Because we all WORK, whether it’s in a boardroom or emptying the dishwasher or studying for a final, and you? You’re doing amazing.

Topics discussed:

  • Why Elise decided to start a business focused on helping women succeed
  • The power of prayer in her life when she faced crossroads decisions
  • The difference between male and female entrepreneurs
  • The dignity of women working
  • Avoiding the comparison "trap" and how to use comparison to push yourself towards your goals 

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Faith, Feminism and the Vocation of Marriage ft. Ana Glaze

Is marriage a feminist vocation? Today’s guest certainly thinks so! We’re talking to Ana Glaze, one half of That Catholic Couple on YouTube. She and her husband share daily vlogs for their fans (hey doughnut squad!) about life as a fun, faithful Catholic couple. Ana beautifully shares why she and her husband started vlogging, how to keep marriage a vocation instead of an idol, how she balances being a strong wife with that awkward Bible verse about listening to your husband, how her own fractured relationship with her father has affected her marriage, and the importance of weekly family meetings. Ana is hilarious, smart, and super fun to talk to, so I’m honored to share our conversation today!

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Topics discussed:

  • The time Ana and I shared a hotel room for three days and barely spoke, ha!
  • How Ana met her husband
  • The importance of being honest about the difficulties within the vocation of marriage 
  • What best practices they put to work in their marriage to grow closer to one another and to Jesus
  • How to handle balancing male leadership with being a strong wife 
  • How her own broken relationship with her father has affected her marriage 
  • St Joseph's impact on her marriage 

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Cultivating a Global Mindset ft. Beth Awalt

"If you can't feed a hundred people, then feed just one." - St. Teresa of Calcutta.

This quote completely sums up my view of social justice. Today I'm speaking with Beth Awalt, the co-founder of The Starfish Foundation. After going on a mission trip to Ecuador, Beth was so moved that she began a non-profit to empower and equip schoolchildren there. Beth serves as a shining example of learning about an issue and taking concrete action steps to help solve it. Beth's story of beginning her non-profit and all of the struggles she encountered is fascinating and I'm honored to share it with you today! 

Topics discussed:

  • Why Beth began The Starfish Foundation
  • What the Foundation does to help children in Ecuador
  • How you can become a part of this mission
  • The struggles of starting a non-profit 
  • Why it's important to volunteer, no matter where you are in the world
  • The importance of "people-first" vocabulary 
  • How small changes can make a big impact when it comes to building bridges between cultures
  • What God taught Beth through this experience 

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Living Out Your Faith and Feminism In An Office Setting ft. Terri Meyerhofer

Of all of the episode requests, this has been the MOST requested: "Can you have someone on that talks about living out your faith in a normal office setting? We aren't all speakers, SAHMs, or bloggers." 

I got you, girl! I'm so excited to bring you a conversation with Terri Meyerhofer. Terri is a dear friend--we lived together senior year of college--and she's also a civil engineer. That's right, girl BUILDS BRIDGES. She's pretty much amazing. Terri and I dive deep into what its like to work in the secular world, how she keeps her faith afloat when she works 50-60 hours a week, and how to handle sexism at work. She has some great insight and it was a treat to speak with her. Enjoy!

Topics discussed:

  • Terri's journey to RCIA and baptism 
  • Why she decided to become a civil engineer
  • How she confronts sexism in her field
  • Why engineering tends to be male-dominated
  • The difficulties of working as a woman surrounded by a ton of men
  • How she lives out her faith within the constrictions of a 9-5
  • How she learned to find her worth in other places than work 

How Can I Talk About Abortion In a Truthful, Loving Way? ft. Sr. Virginia Joy

Today on the podcast, we have our first ever woman religious! I knew when I kicked off The Catholic Feminist that I wanted to have sisters on as well as laypeople. Sisters are OUR sisters, and they're a very important part of Catholic womanhood. So it was an honor to speak with Sister Virginia Joy about the Sisters of Life and how to effectively communicate about abortion. 

Topics discussed:

  • Who the Sisters of Life are and what they do
  • The long-term effects of abortion on women
  • Why being pro-life is actually a feminist position
  • The importance of keeping an open dialogue with those on the pro-choice side
  • What to do if a friend or family member is considering having an abortion
  • The one thing we must do to help the pro-life movement (hint: it's prayer!) 
  • How to speak to others about abortion
  • How to discern your vocation if you're struggling in that department

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Shopping Ethically and Embracing Fair Trade ft. Erin Mackey

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This week I’m speaking with Erin Mackey from Catholic Relief Services. I don't know about you, but I'm an ignorant shopper: I buy $4 t-shirts because their $4, and I don't stop to think about the conditions of the factory workers. I just don't! But I'm working to change that. Worker's rights are very important to the Catholic faith and, as Erin says, popes have been writing about the issue for years. It was great to speak with Erin and I hope her tips and tricks help you to shop smarter and more ethically. 

"I address a strong appeal that the dignity and safety of the worker always be protected." - Pope Francis

Topics discussed:

  • Why Erin got involved in ethical trade
  • What ethical trade is and why it's important for Catholics
  • The difference between fair trade and ethical trade 
  • Why we buy to fill holes instead of turning to Jesus 
  • The changes CRS went through when it came to ethical trade 
  • How fast fashion is hurting the environment
  • Why and how CRS vets shops for their ethical trade website
  • How to shop ethically on a budget

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What Losing Everything I Own Taught Me About Jesus ft. Kallin Zehren

"If you want to be perfect, go, sell your possessions and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow me." - Jesus. 

When Kallin, a Tulane student, came home from dinner at her sorority house to find her home burning down, it was a radical moment in her life. Jesus didn't ask her to give Him her possessions--he straight up took 'em. Kallin and I have a conversation on what it was like to lose everything she owned, how the Lord used the tragedy to instill in her gratitude, and what the generosity of others taught her about God. 

I've known Kallin for four years and she's an inspiring, amazing young woman. I'm so happy to be able to share our chat with you today!

Topics discussed:

  • How Kallin helped the Tulane Catholic Center grow and flourish 
  • How to evangelize when the community isn't exactly ripe for evangelization
  • What happened when her home burned down 
  • How studying abroad in Thailand helped shape her view on possessions 
  • How humbling it is to go from being the "giver" to the "receiver" 
  • The true meaning of generosity 
  • The lessons God taught her through this experience

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Surviving Assault And Offering Radical Forgiveness ft. Rosario Rodriguez

Today on the podcast, I'm speaking with Rosario Rodriguez about how to forgive others when the worst has happened to us. Rosario is the survivor of two violent crimes, and her story of going from a suicidal depression to offering forgiveness to her attackers is simply beautiful. 

"For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your Heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins." That's all well and good when, you know, someone cuts me off on the highway. Or someone gossips about me a little. I self-righteously smile, pat myself on the back, and offer forgiveness as if it's the price I have to pay to get into Heaven. But what about bigger things? Family disagreements that have lasted years? True, hurtful incidents with friends? Being assaulted? Being shot

Rosario's insights on forgiveness are straight from the heart. She's had to forgive the most terrible crimes we can think of. It's a powerful testimony, and I'm honored to share it with you today! 

Topics discussed:

  • Rosario's assaults and how she believes the Virgin Mary may have intervened
  • How her first assault led her into a suicidal depression
  • How a priest helped her learn what true forgiveness is
  • When to know when you need to distance yourself from someone and if it's possible to still offer them forgiveness
  • What to do if you're struggling to forgive someone in your own life

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Eschewing Gender Stereotypes and Embracing Complementarianism ft. Shannon Ochoa

This week, I'm speaking with Shannon Ochoa, the mission leader of Brew City Catholic and the co-founder of the Eden Invitation. Shannon and I chat about Edith Stein, aka St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, and how her writings on gender influenced Shannon's outlook on womanhood. In a world where half the people tell you women belong in the kitchen and the other half tell you there are zero differences between men and women besides anatomy, Shannon provides a refreshing outlook on gender roles, a woman's "place", and what it means to be female. Enjoy! 

Topics discussed:

  • Why Shannon embarked on an adventure in campus ministry
  • Who Edith Stein was and what she believed
  • What complimentarianism is and how it challenges society's current outlook on gender
  • How to be a "woman" if you don't fit in the "meek and mild" category
  • Why gender stereotypes are stupid, outdated, and hurtful
  • How rape culture has affected our humanity as women
  • The unique differences between men and women

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Dating With Dignity In Our Modern Culture ft. Lisa Cotter

Today, I'm grilling speaker and writer Lisa Cotter on all things dating. We also talk about how Lisa met her husband, her ministry Made to Magnify, and her newest book, Dating Detox. 

Y'all, dating is a stressful thing for a Catholic feminist to talk about. On the one hand, vocation is extremely important. Our vocations help us get to Heaven and the relationship between you and your spouse is supposed to resemble that of Christ and His Church. But on the other hand, it can be really hard to hear that when you're trying to climb the corporate ladder, not waste your time with guys who think buying you a tequila shot is the most romantic thing they can do, and not live in the future when you could be embracing the now. It was so refreshing to speak with Lisa, an amazing Catholic feminist, on how important it is to prayerfully discern the relationships in your life. 

Topics discussed:

  • Lisa's ministry, Made to Magnify
  • If there's a "one" out there waiting for you
  • If evangedating is worth the risk (here's the blogpost she mentioned!)
  • If you'll just "know" when you meet the right guy
  • The importance of prayerful discernment 
  • What a dating detox is and how to pursue one 
  • Lisa's newest book
  • How Lent made an impact in Lisa's life this year

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Cultivating Catholic Community ft. Jenna Guizar


This week I’m speaking with Jenna Guizar, the founder of Blessed Is She. If you’re not familiar with BIS, it’s a ministry for Catholic women who are seeking support in their walk with the Lord. Their daily devotionals are sent to thousands of women every morning who are trying to squeeze in time for prayer in between pediatrician appointments and college exams, and they’ve been so vital to my own faith journey. 

Jenna and I talk all about carving out your own place in the Catholic world and forming your own community. It was an honor to speak with her and I hope you find our conversation fruitful! 

Topics discussed:

  • Why Jenna took the leap and decided to found Blessed Is She
  • How the BIS ministry got started 
  • Why BIS puts such an emphasis on daily scripture readings
  • Some tips for reading the Bible when you're feeling overwhelmed
  • The importance of female friendships in Jenna's life 
  • The impact essential oils have made for Jenna's family 

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Why Being Pro-Woman Means Being Pro-Life ft. Abby Johnson

Abby Johnson is a nationally-known pro-life speaker. After working as a manager at a Planned Parenthood affiliate in Texas, Abby's eyes were opened to the negative impacts abortion has on women and she left the life of an abortion worker. She now runs a ministry focused on freeing others from the abortion industry and helping women understand why being pro-life is being pro-woman. 

Topics discussed:

  • Rumors and rhetoric that Planned Parenthood uses to dominate the narrative
  • How to treat workers in the abortion industry
  • The most effective ways to fight the abortion industry 
  • How abortion harms women in both the short and long-term 
  • Mistakes Christians are currently making in the pro-life movement
  • The impact the Catholic Church has had on her life

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Healing From Disordered Eating By The Grace of God ft. Megan McDermott

Have you ever had a great day with friends, laughing and remembering and just being, and then you snap a photo? And then you get home, pull up your phone to post it to Instagram, and think...

I have way fatter arms than my friends and no Instagram filter can possibly fix 'em. DELETE. 

Or on a more serious note, have you ever found yourself stressing out at a restaurant over why they didn't put the calorie counts on the menus? Or wondering if you'll look super weird if you order your burger without a bun? Have you ever over-exercised because the one thing you felt like you could control was the number on the scale? Have you ever felt like maybe this obsession was becoming a little more serious than you'd previously thought? 

Today, I'm talking to my friend Megan about her history with eating disorders and how she sought healing after her experience with them. Whether you have a full-blown ED or you just wish you spent less time criticizing your body, Megan's vulnerable, beautiful story will inspire you to kick Satan in the butt and overcome any disordered eating habits that may be plaguing you. 

(If you're looking for Megan Gilbert from CRS's show notes, please click here.) 

Topics discussed:

  • How going from small-town girl to a Big 10 school affected Megan's view of herself
  • How the pressure to succeed and stand out can instead start to suffocate
  • How the sacraments can help heal us
  • Why Jesus sometimes delays healing instead of healing right away  
  • The importance of the Eucharist
  • What to do if you feel like you're a slave to bad food habits

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The Dignity of the Poor and Homeless ft. Yvonne Chamberlain

“There was a rich man who was clothed in purple and fine linen and who feasted sumptuously every day. And at his gate was laid a poor man named Lazarus, covered with sores, who desired to be fed with what fell from the rich man's table. Moreover, even the dogs came and licked his sores. The poor man died and was carried by the angels to Abraham's side. The rich man also died and was buried, and in Hades, being in torment, he lifted up his eyes and saw Abraham far off and Lazarus at his side. And he called out, ‘Father Abraham, have mercy on me, and send Lazarus to dip the end of his finger in water and cool my tongue, for I am in anguish in this flame.’ But Abraham said, ‘Child, remember that you in your lifetime received your good things, and Lazarus in like manner bad things; but now he is comforted here, and you are in anguish. And besides all this, between us and you a great chasm has been fixed, in order that those who would pass from here to you may not be able, and none may cross from there to us.’ And he said, ‘Then I beg you, father, to send him to my father's house— for I have five brothers—so that he may warn them, lest they also come into this place of torment.’ But Abraham said, ‘They have Moses and the Prophets; let them hear them.’ And he said, ‘No, father Abraham, but if someone goes to them from the dead, they will repent.’ He said to him, ‘If they do not hear Moses and the Prophets, neither will they be convinced if someone should rise from the dead.'"


That's usually my response to that story, followed by an impending sense of dread. Oh, crap. How often do I walk past panhandlers or the homeless in my own community and do a fat load of nothing? 

I'm so excited to be speaking with Yvonne Chamberlain today. Yvonne used to coordinate a homeless shelter in Columbia, MO, and we talk all about the correct way to treat the poor and homeless. We also talk about the idea that people "deserve" to be poor, the fear of giving panhandlers money when you don't know what they'll use it on, and judging those who've made choices that have left them homeless. It's truly an episode you don't want to miss. 

This episode does offer some concrete things you can do to reach out to the poor in your own community, but it won't solve every question on your heart. That's because sometimes we really won't know these answers until we get to Heaven. But what I hope this episode does is light a fire in you to keep learning, get outside your bubble, and think of the poor and homeless as beloved children of God. 

Topics discussed:

  • How Yvonne got started at Room at the Inn
  • Why it's so important for Catholics to go outside of their own cultural bubbles
  • Giving with our time, talent, AND treasure, not just mindlessly writing checks 
  • How to treat panhandlers and the homeless who beg for money 
  • The dignity of every human person 
  • Common "mistakes" made by Catholics when it comes to the poor 
  • How to help the poor and homeless in your own community 

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Women's Healthcare and Natural Family Planning ft. Leah Jacobson

OK, honesty time: I had no idea what Natural Family Planning was until college. Even then, I thought it was just a way for super Jesus-y people to use birth control. But ever since I became familiar with the Creighton Model, I've felt SO empowered and educated. 

There's a narrative going around right now that women's healthcare = Planned Parenthood, abortion, and birth control. But that narrative hurts young girls, puts unrealistic expectations on their beauty, and stifles the very natural process of ovulation. If you're thinking "huh?", then this episode is perfect for you. We go deep into why Leah started Guiding Star Centers, which are non-profit health centers for women, and how Guiding Star is working to change the narrative around women's fertility and healthcare. 

This episode is NOT just for married couples. It's for any woman who wants to know a little more about her body. We're not handing you a pill that will free your face of acne and get rid of your cramps. What we're handing you is education--about what your body does, what God thinks about it, and how to live out His plan for your fertility in a natural, God-honoring way. 

Topics discussed:

  • Why Leah felt moved to launch Guiding Star
  • How hormonal birth control is used to put unrealistic beauty expectations on young girls
  • What Natural Family Planning is and how it differs from hormonal birth control 
  • How Guiding Star is working to change the narrative of women's healthcare
  • What to say to someone facing a crisis pregnancy
  • The value of spiritual direction

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