Mercy Unbound

Episode 126 with Shawna Arnold
Shawna Arnold endured a challenging upbringing in a dysfunctional household. Her poignant memoir, "A New Heart - My Story of Abortion, Addiction, and Conversion," eloquently narrates her journey from being lost to being found. Within its pages, Shawna candidly explores the tumultuous dynamics of her addict mother, her distant workaholic father, and the dearth of affection she received from them. The stabilizing force in her life came from her devoted grandmother, with whom she spent significant amounts of time.

Episode 125 with Bobby Schindler
Bobby Schindler, the brother of Terri Schiavo, became known to the world during the early 2000s, when his sister's case brought global attention to St. Petersburg, Florida.

Episode 124 with Dr. Tom Nelson
Meet Dr. Tom Nelson - a physician with a unique approach to healing. After graduating from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1987, Dr. Tom completed his residency at LaGrange Memorial Hospital. But it wasn't until a transformative retreat at the John Paul II Healing Center in Tallahassee that he truly discovered his calling.

Episode 123 with Dr. Robert Stackpole
Dr. Robert Stackpole is a former Anglican priest who converted to Catholicism, and for years has been assisting the Congregation of Marians as Director of the John Paul II Institute of Divine Mercy. We discuss his book, “Mary, Who She Is and Why She Matters.”

Episode 122 with Fr. Peter Prusakiewicz
Father Peter Prusakiewicz, a Michaelite Father, has dedicated his life to spreading God's love and the message of Divine Mercy to people around the world.

Episode 121 with Dr. Bryan Thatcher
Are you seeking to deepen your faith and connect with others in your community? Consider joining a Divine Mercy Cenacle, an apostolate of the Congregation of Marians of the Immaculate Conception.

Episode 120 with Kevin Wells
The Catholic Church is full of inspiring stories of people who lived heroic lives and served God in extraordinary ways. Among them is Venerable Aloysius Schwartz, a priest and beggar who dedicated his life to serving the poor in Korea in the late 1950s and 60s. In this blog post, we will explore Father Schwartz's inspiring life and how his legacy continues to impact the world today.

Episode 119 with Fr. Jay Finelli
Father Jay Finelli is a pastor at the Church of the Holy Ghost in Tiverton, Rhode Island, and a priest in the diocese of Providence. He is the host of the acclaimed ipadre Catholic Podcast and served for years as a board member of Meet the Father ministry, the ministry that Eileen George began.

Episode 118 with Marcus Peter
In this episode, we will be diving into a topic that has been a source of much confusion and misunderstanding - the role of Mary and the saints in Catholicism. Marcus Peter, a Catholic theologian, evangelist, and founder of the St. Peter Institute for Scripture and Evangelization, shares his insights on the subject.

Episode 117 with Rose Sweet
Rose Sweet is a highly experienced and certified life and relationship coach, and a pioneer in the field of divorce healing ministry.


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