Good Leaders are hard to find. But Saint Marianne Cope’s amazing life and leadership style continue in this weeks podcast.
The beleaguered citizens of the fictional town of “Canalville” from my new novel, “The Very Fine Light” have had to learn the hard way that good leaders in our times are in very short supply. In Canalville, it’s the mayor whose leadership decisions made their lives extremely difficult and worrisome.
Purchase the book “The Very Fine Light” at Amazon.com
Rather than dwell on the negative, I think it’s appropriate to spotlight what a good leader can do. This is “part 2” of how Saint Marianne Cope’s leadership, though not in politics, changed lives and made the world a better place
Also, Pray for the People of Ukraine. There are links below on ways to support them.
Part 2- Saint Marianne Cope and 6 nuns went to the Sandwich Islands in 1883 bringing decades of experience dealing with infectious disease with them.
Miraculous Experiences surrounding Saint Marianne:
A MIRACLE attributed to Saint Marianne Cope:
For more information about St. Marianne Cope:
St Marianne Cope Shrine and Museum-SaintMarianne.org
National Women’s Hall of Fame- womenofthehall.org
Here is where you can find my new book The Very Fine Light:
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Thought Provoking articles for ‘DOING LENT’
6 Reasons to Observe Lent (Even If You’re Not Catholic)- beliefnet.com
What is Lent and why does it last forty days- United Methodist Church umc.org
Are Sundays a Part of Lent (in the Catholic Church)- aboutcatholics.com
The Great Lent- OrthodoxWiki.org
Places to Donate to help the People of Ukraine save their Country:
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Constant Procession tells of key apparitions of the Virgin Mary since
she passed on from the world and how she serves humanity through Christianity.
The origin of these podcasts began with my first book The Constant Procession.
(An e-book copy of the book can be found here on the website.)
Constant Procession (the podcast) is published here every Tuesday morning.