Jeannie Ewing

Jeannie Ewing

Freelance Writer

Jeannie Ewing believes the world focuses too much on superficial happiness and then crumbles when sorrow strikes. Because life is about more than what makes us feel happy, she writes about the hidden value of suffering and even discovering joy in the midst of grief. As a disability advocate, Jeannie shares her heart as a mom of two girls with special needs in “Navigating Deep Waters: Meditations for Caregivers” and is the author of “From Grief to Grace: The Journey from Tragedy to Triumph.” She is a frequent guest on Catholic radio and contributes to several online and print Catholic magazines. See her professional portfolio at http://lovealonecreates.com/about-me/.

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‘Impelled to build community’

While ambling through the sanctuaries of most Catholic churches, one seldom ponders their beginnings and the rich stories that often accompany the founding of a parish. Most Precious Blood Catholic […]

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Strengthening each other, serving the community

What draws people to a particular parish remains subjective to the individual or family who is seeking. Some desire a strong sense of community, while others love a lively worship […]

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Formed.org: The Catholic faith, on demand

Living in the 21st century has made Catholics a digital people, whether they embrace and enjoy that truth or not. But instead of viewing technology as the antithesis of faith, […]

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Living the Camino de Santiago experience

Tom Labuzienski teaches a Camino de Santiago course at Forever Learning Institute, which is a 10-week class held at Little Flower Catholic Church in South Bend. Bishop Kevin Rhoades will […]

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On March 14, The Light is ON for you

Going to confession intimidates most, if not all, of us at some point or another. There’s something truly painful about confronting ourselves and our sins honestly, and the sacrament of […]

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Bishop visits Marian High School

Bishop speaks to the challenges of young adulthood Click here for more photos from the visit. “Be open to God’s call in your life.” The crux of Bishop Kevin C. […]