Jeannie Ewing

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Jeannie Ewing is a Catholic spirituality writer who writes about the moving through grief, the value of redemptive suffering, and how to wait for God’s timing fruitfully. Her books include Navigating Deep Waters, From Grief to Grace , A Sea Without A Shore For Those Who Grieve, and Waiting with Purpose. She is a frequent guest on Catholic radio and contributes to several online and print Catholic periodicals. Jeannie, her husband, and their three daughters (plus one baby boy) live in northern Indiana. For more information, please visit her website jeannieewing.com.  Follow Jeannie on social media:  Facebook | LinkedIn |Instagram

St. Padre Pio and the Transverberation of the Heart

St. Padre Pio and the Transverberation of the Heart

Our Lady of Sorrows: When We Can Grieve With Mary

Our Lady of Sorrows: When We Can Grieve With Mary

When You Feel Unnamed and Erased

When You Feel Unnamed and Erased

Making Memories in Your Motherly Vocation

Making Memories in Your Motherly Vocation

The Problem With the Happy Catholic Narrative

The Problem With the “Happy Catholic” Narrative

Finding and Creating Joy in the Chaos of Life

Finding and Creating Joy in the Chaos of Life

When You Struggle in Your Motherly Vocation

Do You Struggle in Your Motherly Vocation?

Accepting God's Will While Feeling Disappointed

Accepting God’s Will While Feeling Disappointed

Live the Life that God Has Given You To the Fullest

Live the Life that God Has Given You To the Fullest

A Future Catholic Culture Begins in the Home

A Future Catholic Culture Begins in the Home

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