FORT WAYNE — Women of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend are invited to attend the third annual day of reflection, titled “Celebrating the Strength, Dignity, and Hope of Women,” sponsored by the Office of Spiritual Development and Evangelization in partnership with Redeemer Radio — Catholic Radio 1450 AM. This year’s keynote is veteran broadcast journalist Teresa Tomeo, who will present a morning and afternoon session to inspire the hearts of the women who will gather.
Natalie Kohrman, director of the Office of Spiritual Development says Tomeo is a highly sought after speaker. A cradle Catholic with a deep love for the Eucharist, Tomeo will share her testimony of how she found herself drawn into the world of secular media.
A troubling series of events eventually brought her back to her faith and the Church of her youth. Tomeo will share Scripture verses to ponder that correlate, she says, with each period of her journey back to Christ. As Tomeo worked to follow God’s will for her life, she left her accomplished career in the secular media in 2000 to establish TT Communications and Company. Her message to the women of the diocese: “Take it upon yourself to learn to embrace your faith. The day of reflection will offer lunch and an opportunity to receive the sacrament of Reconciliation between sessions, as well as Eucharistic Exposition and Benediction with homily by Msgr. Kohrman hopes that the women who attend the day of reflection will be empowered by Tomeo’s presentations as well as the sacraments offered. She says, “I hope that those who attend this year’s ARISE Women’s Conference come away from it with an understanding of how they are uniquely suited to face the challenges that are mounting in our culture.
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Falling away from the Church after achieving immediate success and recognition in the communication field left her with a sense that something was missing in her life. She now embraces Catholic media where she has the opportunity to evangelize on Ave Maria Radio and EWTN. Just as we celebrate His Resurrection each Sunday, we recall that it was on a Friday that our Lord suffered His crucifixion, dying on the Cross for each of us. During Lent in the United States, we abstain from meat; we could choose to do so on all Fridays of the year as our act of self-denial. Peter Chanel Catholic Church where he is the Director of Adult Education and Evangelization. Peter Chanel Faith at Work Business Association and co-founder and Chaplain of the Marriages Are Covenants Ministry, both of which serve as models for similar parish-based ministries. Please help us continue to help you and others live the faith throughout the ordinary and extraordinary moments of daily life.

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People in this area tune in to ‘Catholic Connection’ on Redeemer Radio because they know that Teresa will tackle the important issues of the day in a way that is consistent with Church teaching,” she says. As she began to see how materialism had pervaded her life, she also became increasingly disturbed by media bias and programming content. Tomeo will offer her witness of how the media influenced her life and provide those in attendance with ways to makeover their “media habits” to change the face of American culture.
If you are looking for an additional prayer for Fridays, join the Church in praying the Miserere. He makes this prayer following his adultery with Bathsheba and arranging the murder of her husband Uriah on the field of battle in an effort to hide his sin.
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