In this episode of The Water Jar podcast, special guest Janet Paulson shares on a variety of topics from spiritual direction, the Ignatian spiritual exercises, how to pray a daily examen, and the importance of spiritual mentors in our daily faith journey.
In honor of St. Padre Pio’s feast day, here’s one small thing to do today.
School is back in session for many and with that comes a great opportunity to begin formulating spiritual routines as well. Terry Siedsma joins Lisa on the September 2020 episode of The Water Jar Podcast and talks about how journaling can help us grow deeper in relationship with Jesus.
The August 2020 episode of The Water Jar podcast focuses on Mary’s Immaculate Heart, memories, and Missionary Parenting with Nannet Horton.
The spirit of offense. What is it? How does it separate us individually from God ? Why it’s spreading like a plague and dividing wider the body of Christ. Speaker, teacher, and mentor Barbara Heil joins Lisa Schmidt on this episode of The Water Jar podcast
A plywood sign, the prophet Elijah, and closing down for repairs. Take a five-minute listen and it’ll make sense. We promise!
Then share your good ideas with us. How do you close down for repairs?
Who knows what path Elizabeth Ann Seton’s life might have taken had she not been in Italy on the feast of Corpus Christi. Who knows what might have happened had Juliana of Cornillon ignored the Lord’s call to pave the way for the first celebration some 550 years prior. Here are stories of two women and their strong connection to the Feast of Corpus Christi.
Tune in to this month’s episode of The Water Jar podcast and discover (or perhaps rediscover) ways to live the liturgy and celebrate the good, true, and beautiful found within the Church’s June calendar.
“Feeling ex-communicated and bitter at big tech for driving how we communicate these days, the last thing I wanted to do that Sunday morning was passively watch Mass livestreamed on the Internet … but in between garbled bits of streaming audio, the priest said something I needed to hear AND miraculously heard it.” In her latest post for The Well, Lisa Schmidt invites us to consider how this time in history is like the long road to Emmaus.