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Hallie Lord is a convert to Catholicism and homeschooling mother of five young children.
She is editor of and contributing author of 'Style, Sex, and Substance: 10 Catholic Women Consider the Things that Really Matter'.
Hallie's blog is "Moxie Wife."
Frank Mercadante is the Executive Director of Cultivation Ministries, where he has trained thousands of youth ministers in over 85 dioceses internationally.
He is the author of 'Engaging a New Generation: A Vision for Reaching Catholic Teens'.
He blogs on the Cultivation Ministries website.
Kevin Lowry is a convert to Catholicism and the son of a former Presbyterian minister. He and his wife Kathi met at Franciscan University, where they discovered the richness and beauty of the faith. Kevin is Chief Operating Officer of The Coming Home Network International, an apostolate that assists non-Catholic clergy and laity on the journey to the Catholic Church and beyond.
His book for OSV is 'Faith at Work: Finding Purpose Beyond the Paycheck.'
Kevin's blog is "Grateful Convert."
Marge Fenelon has been writing for a variety of both secular and Catholic publications for a number of years. She has also worked as a public relations consultant. Her books include 'Ecce Mater Tua: Behold, Your Mother,' 'Waiting with Mary,' 'When's God Gonna Show Up?', 'Reveille for the Soul,' and 'When's God Gonna Call Me Back.' Her book for OSV is 'Strengthening Your Family: A Catholic Approach to Holiness at Home.'
Marge's blog is 'Marge Mix'.
Brandon is a 26-year-old convert to Catholicism who loves to read and enjoys having written. He writes about theology, social justice, and all things literary. His new book for OSV is 'The Church and New Media: Blogging Converts, Online Activists, and Bishops who Tweet.'
Mike is author or editor of more than a dozen books on Catholic history, doctrine, and devotion. He is vice president of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology based in Steubenville, Ohio, and co-hosts several shows on EWTN. More about Mike here
Mike's blog is 'Way of the Fathers.'
Dr. Gregory K. Popcak (pronounced POP-chak) is a nationally recognized psychotherapist, speaker, and author of seven books integrating the Catholic faith with practical advice for couples, families, and individuals. As founder and director of the Pastoral Solutions Institute, he provides a nationwide telephone counseling service to help Christians apply their faith to tough marriage, family, and personal problems. Dr. Popcak is the host of the nationally syndicated Catholic family magazine show Heart, Mind & Strength, featuring regular guest segments and call-ins. He has also appeared with his wife in their EWTN series 'For Better...FOREVER!' and solo in the EWTN production 'God Help Me!' More about Greg and read his blog
A Catholic wife and mother of five, author, EWTN TV host of "Everyday Blessings for Catholic Moms," journalist, speaker, reviewer, catechist, Lay Missionary of Charity (Mother Teresa's Order) and lover of nature.
Her blog is "View from the Domestic Church"
Timothy Michael Dolan was named Archbishop of New York by Pope Benedict XVI on February 23, 2009. On November 16, 2010, Archbishop Dolan was elected president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. He succeeds Cardinal Francis George of Chicago. His OSV books include To Whom Shall We Go?,Doers of the Word, Called to Be Holy, and Advent Reflections.
Read Archbishop Dolan's latest blog entry.
Theresa Doyle-Nelson, author of Saints of the Bible and More Saints of the Bible writes from the Texas Hill Country. In addition to her two books, Theresa has written for St. Anthony Messenger, Liguorian, Today's Catholic, Catechist and various other Catholic resources.
Visit her website and blog here
John Green, author of Streetwalking with Jesus, is the founder of Emmaus Ministries, a non-profit ministry to male prostitutes in Chicago. He is a frequent speaker on issues relating to male prostitution, urban ministry, evangelization, and peace and justice work. John is an ordained Permanent Deacon in the Roman Catholic Church and serves at Holy Family Parish in Stow, Ohio.
Read John's latest blog entry.
Fr. Longenecker is an American and Catholic convert who spent most of his life living and working in England, who now lives in Greenville, SC. He's a husband, father, former Angelican priest, and author. He is the author of several books, including the OSV books Praying the Rosary for Inner Healing and St. Benedict and St. Therese: The Little Rule and The Little Way.
Read Fr. Longeneckers's blog, Standing on My Head
Patrick Madrid is the publisher of Envoy Magazine, a journal of contemporary Catholic thought, and the director of the Envoy Institute of Belmont Abbey College. Patrick is the author or editor of 15 books and booklets, and is the host of several EWTN television series. His web site is PatrickMadrid.com.
Read Patrick Madrid's blog
Catholic wife and mom, catechist and workshop leader, Lisa Mladinich is the founder of AmazingCatechists.com.
Donna and Rosemarie have been writing together since 1999. Donna is a master catechist and mother of four, and is a school administrator in Virginia. Rosemarie is a mother of five, an registered nurse, and a licensed professional counselor; an extraordinary minister of the Eucharist and a member of the Secular Franciscans.
Visit Donna's blog
Eric Sammons is the author of Who Is Jesus Christ? Unlocking the Mystery in the Gospel of Matthew. He's a convert to Catholicism from evangelical Protestantism, and is head of evangelization at St. John Neumann Parish in Gaithersburg, MD. He lives in Maryland with his wife, Suzan, and their five children.
Eric's web site is ericsammons.com
Read Eric's blog (The Divine Life)
Karl A. Schultz is the director of Genesis Personal Development Center in Pittsburgh. A frequent guest on EWTN, Relevant Radio, and other national media programs, he has published 13 books on the applications of lectio divina, the Bible, and human development. His OSV books include The How-To Book of the Bible and How to Pray With the Bible.
Read Karl's blog here
Columnist and author Melinda Selmys speaks directly to every Christian who has experienced same-sex attraction or knows someone who has. This blog expands on her new book, Sexual Authenticity, and continues to share her personal story of her Catholic journey.
Read her Sexual Authenticity blog
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