Laura Fanucci | Help For Grieving Together | The Catholic Homeschool Podcast

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In this week’s podcast, Paola sits down with Catholic speaker and writer, Laura Fanucci. 

They discuss the subjects of loss, infertility, miscarriage, and the loss of a child.

How many of us have grieved alone? How many times have you not known how to help those who are grieving? How can we honor those we have lost?

Please listen and share this important podcast that offers comfort and hope for those who have suffered loss, as well as learn how to help them in their time of need.

Laura Kelly Fanucci

Catholic Mother, Writer, and Speaker

Laura Kelly Fanucci is a Catholic writer and speaker who has spent over a decade working on theology of vocation. She earned her Master of Divinity from Saint John’s School of Theology and her BA from the University of Notre Dame.

Laura is an award-winning columnist for Catholic News Service, and her nationally syndicated “Faith at Home” column runs monthly in Catholic newspapers across the U.S. Her writing has been featured on NPR’s Morning Edition, On Being, and the Christian Century, and in popular outlets including People Magazine and the Kelly Clarkson Show.

Laura has authored seven books, including “Everyday Sacrament: The Messy Grace of Parenting” and “Grieving Together: A Couple’s Journey through Miscarriage.” She and her husband live in Minnesota with their five sons.

Check out Laura Fanucci’s website:

https://motheringspirit.com

Sign up for Laura’s weekly newsletter called The Holy Labor. She often writes about liturgical seasons, family life, and callings to work and home:

https://laurakellyfanucci.substack.com/

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