It’s that time again…(sticky post…scroll down for regular programming!)


Advent is upon us! I invite you to join me this December in reclaiming Advent. Don’t give in to the busy-ness that steamrolls right over the holy hush of this beautiful season…the materialism that turns off the Christmas carols on December 26th, when Christmas has only, finally, just arrived.

Here’s a video I recorded for Liguori, talking a bit about the book

…and here’s me talking about the whole works at The Practicing Catholic

…and here are a few reviews…

Sarah Reinhard posted a new one here, along with a giveaway of her own terrific book, Welcome Baby Jesus, and some other resources that look great.

Ruth at This, That & The Other Thing (plus an author interview found here)

Adventures in Unsell Land

Carol at Simple Catholic Living

Inspirational Life Quotes

Author Ellen Gable at Plot, Line and Sinker

Adventures in McQuill-land

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5 thoughts on “It’s that time again…(sticky post…scroll down for regular programming!)

  1. Kathleen,

    I follow your blog and saw your notice about Joy to the World.
    Have added it to my Pinterest board about Advent activites.
    Here is the link for you to see:

    If you would want me to do a review for you of Joy to the World, please let me know, as I would love to review it for you! Looks like a great book!

    Also, just did a blog post about how Pinterest can be helpful to parents of a special needs child. Here is the link to that, in case you would like to read it:

    Have a happy Thanksgiving!

  2. Christina

    Love this video! You look so pretty and happy — and you come across as articulate and authentic. Thanks for sharing.

    You are a big-time author if you’ve got your own YouTube video promoting a book. 🙂

  3. Great job on that video. Not easy to do.

    I heard this morning that the pope is on twitter. Will you be following?

    My hubs did advent growing up. We were just talking about this last night. I’m a big believer in getting away from popular culture and defining the holidays for ourselves.

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