Forgiving Mother: A Marian Novena of Healing and Peace Audio Book

published by Franciscan Media | Compact Disc | 264 minutes
$ 29.99
In Forgiving Mother, Fenelon deftly explores the ways the Blessed Virgin can provide comfort and healing if you truly desire it. Drawing from personal experience as well as wisdom from Church documents, Scripture, and the saints, Fenelon sketches a path from despair to peace. She offers concrete steps and prayers to help you deal with the painful memories, emotions and fears that are rooted in your past.

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A Powerful Book for Millions in Need

I am the brother of Marge Steinhage Fenelon and the eldest of four siblings. One might think my giving a positive review of Marge’s book “Forgiving Mother” would be biased in her favor. That would be purely coincidental. Marge Steinhage Fenelon has been a fervent Catholic since her early teen years. Her book honestly and vividly relates real-life experiences with our mother and demonstrates how Marge (and her three siblings) survived to become strong and responsible adults. I am elated and proud that Marge wrote this powerful book. The novenas that she appropriately included provide a welcomed affirmation in the belief and reliance on Mary for her support and prayers to our Lord Jesus Christ. I view the all-embracing good that comes from this publication to be an offer of healing and comfort to many millions who have had similar or worse family experiences. The shining light to follow is Mother Mary leading us to the Lord Himself. I hope I speak for many in saying, “Thank you very much for this book, Marge.”

Marge Fenelon is a Catholic wife, mother, award-winning author and journalist, blogger, and speaker. She was awarded the 2015 Egan Journalism Fellowship, which recognizes exceptional journalists with demonstrated excellence in reporting for Catholic media.  She’s written for a variety of Catholic media including National Catholic Register, Our Sunday Visitor, CatholicMom.com, and Catholic Digest. She’s a weekly contributor to Relevant Radio’s “Morning Air Show” and is a popular guest on other Catholic radio and television shows. A popular speaker, she’s known nationally for her warm, personal style. She's written several books about Marian devotion and Catholic spirituality. Her book, Our Lady, Undoer of Knots: A Living Novena received a 2016 Association of Catholic Publishers Award for Excellence in Publishing. Marge and her husband are consecrated members of the Apostolic Movement of Schoenstatt.

Product Type:  Audio Book

Item Number:  #A53187

ISBN:  9781632531872

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Imprint:  Franciscan Media

Trim Size:  165.1 mm X 139.7 mm X
(Approx. 6.5 in X 5.5 in X )

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List Price:  $ 29.99

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J.G.S.
A Powerful Book for Millions in Need

I am the brother of Marge Steinhage Fenelon and the eldest of four siblings. One might think my giving a positive review of Marge’s book “Forgiving Mother” would be biased in her favor. That would be purely coincidental. Marge Steinhage Fenelon has been a fervent Catholic since her early teen years. Her book honestly and vividly relates real-life experiences with our mother and demonstrates how Marge (and her three siblings) survived to become strong and responsible adults. I am elated and proud that Marge wrote this powerful book. The novenas that she appropriately included provide a welcomed affirmation in the belief and reliance on Mary for her support and prayers to our Lord Jesus Christ. I view the all-embracing good that comes from this publication to be an offer of healing and comfort to many millions who have had similar or worse family experiences. The shining light to follow is Mother Mary leading us to the Lord Himself. I hope I speak for many in saying, “Thank you very much for this book, Marge.”