Showing posts from November, 2021

Simply Holy 076: Hope and Consolation for Catholic Mothers

This week editor and author Heidi Saxton joins Marge to chat about her new book, “Ave Prayer Book for Catholic Mothers.” With contributions from 72 spirit-filled Catholic authors, the Ave Prayer Book is a meaningful collection of hope and consolation for Catholic moms of all types – biological, adoptive, and spiritual. Heidi shares some of the book’s wisdom with us in light of the recent tragedy in Waukesha, Wisconsin. She also tells us about her Pray Across America road trip adventure with her husband, bringing peace and inspiration to parishes throughout the US. Find out more about Heidi at

Simply Holy 075: Who is Your King?

As we celebrate the Feast of the Kingship of Christ, Marge considers its origin and meaning. She explores the concept of kingship gone awry in today’s society and political sphere. Finally, she guides you through a brief meditation to discern the question, “Who is my king?”

Simply Holy 074: Elevating Prayer through Music

St. Augustine once wrote that “singing belongs to one who loves.” Singer-Song Writer Anna Nuzzo certainly spreads her love through her music. Anna is an acclaimed international Catholic singer, songwriter and recording artist.  She is well known for elevating prayer through her music, which she has performed across the US and abroad. But before 2012, she was a part-time local church singer with her own Interior design business in Wisconsin.  What happened 9 years ago? On the Feast Day of Our Lady of the Rosary in 2012, she consecrated her life to Jesus through Mary and her life has never been the same! Learn more about Anna’s music and ministry in this lively interview.

Simply Holy 073: Great Resource for Teen Parents! Meet Leslea Wahl Founder of

Leslea Wahl is an award-winning Catholic author of adventurous teen mysteries. Leslea not only writes for teens but she also has become a reviewer of Catholic teen fiction and is one of the founding members of Leslea's journey to become an author came through a search for value-based fiction for her own children. She now strives to be an advocate for other families who are battling against society’s secular messages through her writing and by offering book suggestions that reflect Christian values.