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On this week's episode, we are welcoming Morgan McCullough onto the show! She talks all about the need for women in men-dominated work fields and how to be a missionary in our daily lives.
Morgan first wanted to be a pastry chef but quickly learned that God had other plans for her life. She discovered that she had a gift for problem solving, and found a fit for herself in engineering.
She discerned being a FOCUS missionary, but heard God call her to be a missionary to those in her day to day job as an engineer.
Here's the prayer we shared from CatholicAllYear.com-
St. Margaret of Scotland gave birth to 8 children,
the Virgin Mary to just 1.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seaton was a widowed, single mother,
St. Helena was a divorced single mother.
St. Margaret of Cortona had a child out of wedlock,
St. Anne was a stay-at-home mom
St. Zelie Martin was a mother & worked from home,
St. Gianna Molla was a mother & worked outside the home.
St. Clotilda had a happy marriage,
while St. Rita had a difficult one.
...and yet each one of these women is held up to us as a model of Catholic femininty.
With your hosts-