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Can they say that on Catholic radio? The Visitation Project can.

Deacon Greg Kandra - published on 05/01/15

Holy cow, this looks like fun. Three of my favorite Catholic women are teaming up for a new radio show called The Visitation Project.

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If you don’t know their names and faces, you should! It’s Bonnie Engstrom of A Knotted Life and champion for the cause of Fulton Sheen, Heather Renshaw, founder of two conference (Catholic Women Rejoice and Called to Love) and writer atRealCatholicMom.com, and Rebecca Frech, author of Teaching in Your Tiara: A Homeschool Book for the Rest of Us and Patheos blogger at Shoved to Them. Now you can hear what it sounds like when the three of them get together and let loose their superpowers.

I’ve been privileged to spend some time chatting with each of these ladies, and they are all three warm and honest to a fault, all three tested with serious trials in life, and all three articulate and funny as hell.  In other words, just the kind of women you’d want to go to for a laugh, a cry, maybe a little drink. Or a weekly radio show!

Here’s a little promo clip to give you a taste:


Yes. Can’t wait.

Just a few days left until the show launches! It will debut May 3rd on KBVM at 7:30 p.m. PST. You can hear it live via the Tune In radio app. (I’ll add more specific links as I get them.)

Here’s a few places to connect with The Visitation Project:

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