Today’s article is the 4th in a series. In this one we’ve turned the tables on author Lisa Mladnich to ask her which resources she's found most powerful in her own spiritual journey. Lisa’s response is a nice list of books, apps and online resources.
Growing in authentic beauty is a life-long process, which is why mature women have an edge! Persevering over time, the intimate connection with Christ in our souls deepens, increasing our authentic beauty and making it more impactful in the world.
Faithful Catholic apps, books, and online resources can really help nurture, heal, and inspire us along the way, so I'm sharing some of my favorites in this post. I hope you'll share these around and share your own recommendations in the com-boxes!
Two apps for growing your spiritual connection
Divine Office: All the bells and whistles! Bells, music, audio recordings of beautifully-read Bible passages and writings of the saints and Fathers of the Church. At about $20, a treasure house of spiritual nourishment that eliminates the need for you to learn the ropes and ribbons of praying the Liturgy of the Hours the old-fashioned way. Gorgeous.
Laudate: Free, updated daily, and packed with prayer resources including daily saints and Mass readings, audio recordings of the Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet, and much more. Wonderful.
Catholic Answers: Fabulous site with answers to your questions about Catholicism and lots more!
Amazing Catechists: My group blog, written by some of the top voices in catechesis today, for catechists, parents, and those in ministry at any level.
Through True Radiance, women are invited in out of the cold of our youth obsessed culture to “steal” back our true God-given feminine beauty and encouraged to walk in love, through grace. Expressive anecdotes, caring sentiments and the author’s insightful guidance are guaranteed to lift your spirits and even change your life! —Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle, award-winning author of 20 books, including The Kiss of Jesus