The Friendship Project, Faehnle and Jaminet explore the cardinal and theological virtues with an eye toward friendship. Focusing on faith, hope, love, prudence, gratitude, loyalty, generosity, and prayerfulness, they help us answer questions such as, “What does it mean to be women of hope, and how does that change our lives and make us more compassionate friends during difficult times?” and “How does prayerfulness teach us how to listen to and talk with both God and our friends, which helps us reach out to those we love?”
Faehnle and Jaminet answer these questions and more by employing Church teaching and telling us stories of their own friendships and those from the lives of saints and biblical women—including the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Elizabeth, St. Thérèse of Lisieux and her sister Servant of God Léonie, and Sts. Perpetua and Felicity. Not only will you be drawn closer to friends both new and old but you’ll also be reminded how these friendships—and the virtues you practice to nurture them—draw you closer to God.
Prayers, discussion questions, and a study guide make this a perfect resource for women’s groups
Divine Mercy for Moms: Sharing the Lessons of St. Faustina nurtures the hearts of mothers with this gentle introduction to the life and spirituality of St. Faustina Kowalska, Pope John Paul II’s “Apostle of Mercy.” Combining classic Catholic spirituality with our personal experiences, the book shows busy moms how to receive and respond to Divine Mercy in their own lives, and to pass it on to others through word, deed, and prayer.
Our Friend Faustina- In this joy-filled anthology, Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet (the writing team behind Divine Mercy for Moms and The Friendship Project) present modern women’s testimonies to the powerful witness and intercession of St. Faustina Kowalska (1905-1938) in their busy lives.
Friends, for Heaven’s sake! Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet, the writing team behind Divine Mercy for Moms, have assembled an extraordinary collection of essays by modern women, all joined by their common friendship with one extraordinary person: St. Faustina Kowalska (1905-1938), the Secretary and Apostle of the Divine Mercy.
Sharing tales of ordinary and extraordinary graces with wit and laughter, these faith-filled women explain how St. Faustina has loved them, mentored them, and inspired them to live with mercy toward all. With a foreword by acclaimed author Susan Tassone, this collection will help introduce you to a friend for life (and the afterlife!) in extraordinary, ordinary St. Faustina.
To watch the video series that complement each book visit- www.inspirethefaith.com
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