Marge Steinhage Fenelon is a best-selling and award-winning author and journalist and internationally-known speaker who has written several books on Catholic spirituality and Marian devotion. You’ll love Marge’s authenticity, warmth, and down-to-earth way of blending faith and life. Filled with joy, sincerity, and touches of humor, Marge‘s simplified approach to holiness will help you to better understand the Catholic faith and become a more genuine disciple of Christ with Mary as mentor. Marge has guested on a variety of Catholic media outlets, including EWTN, CatholicTV, Relevant Radio, Sacred Heart Radio, Radio Maria, and others. She’s presented to a wide array of audiences at conferences, retreats, workshops, and encounter events. To learn more about Marge‘s mission to lead the world to Christ through Mary, visit her website at margefenelon.com.
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Are you a fool for Christ, or are you merely being foolish? In his First Letter to the Corinthians, St. Paul wrote to that we must be fools for Christ in order to be genuine disciples. Isaiah 35:8 tells us that those who follow the Way of Holiness – even if they are fools – will never go astray. Being a fool for the sake of Christ is not the same as being foolish, but how do we know the difference? Tune in to discover the difference between the two and how you, too, can and must be a fool for Christ.
The Israelites experienced real hardship as slaves in Egypt, and they cried to God for help. When God did help by bringing them up out of Egypt they experienced more hardship and complained, claiming that they were better off before. You, too, have been brought up out of Egypt – your own personal one. Why has God led you through all that and to where to are today? The answer lies in Leviticus 11:45.
Hebrews 12:14 instructs us to “make every effort to live in peace with everyone and to be holy” because no one without holiness will see the Lord. So, does that mean you have to be a perfect saint to be accepted into heaven? In this show, Marge unpacks this short but powerful passage by revealing its meaning for those of us who are less than perfect.