Off the Shelf 028 with Gretchen Crowe

Off the Shelf 028 with Gretchen Crowe July 3, 2017

episode-028-gretchen-croweGretchen Crowe is the editor-in-chief of Our Sunday Visitor Newsweekly, where she oversees the publication of the only national Catholic weekly newspaper in the United States. In addition to planning and editing the print edition, she also oversees the content of OSVNews.com and Our Sunday Visitor’s social media content. Gretchen also is an award-winning writer and photographer.

On this episode Gretchen and I discuss one of the most commonly known devotions among Catholics, the Rosary. Gretchen’s new book Why the Rosary, Why Now? Is the rosary even relevant today? We take a look at why the rosary is such an important and integral part of our spiritual journey. Gretchen gives us 8 reasons why we should pick up our rosaries and get to praying NOW. Tune in to have a listen about why the rosary truly does matter on this day and age.

Listen to this episode here.


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  • Laura

    Thanks for sharing! I always love to hear of people’s particular devotions and why they’re important to them.

  • Sara Estabrooks

    So many good reasons to pray the Rosary! We struggle a little bit with our young kids, but we try to get a decade in every day.

  • Leah @ MomstersRaisingMonsters

    I need to be more faithful in my devotion to the Rosary. I have a hard time setting aside the time with little kids, but I really need to plan it into our day.