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Category Archives: Lisa Hendey

An Interview on Marriage

Special thanks to blogger Arleen Spenceley for the opportunity to be interviewed recently at her blog on the topic of marriage. You can read the post online at her blog.

Lisa Guests on Catholic Weekend

A humongous thanks to my good friends at SQPN's Catholic Weekend for their kind invitation to be a part of their most recent episode. Among other things, we discuss my upcoming trip with Catholic Relief Services to Rwanda. Watch all of the fun here and check out the links in the show notes here. You guys rock!

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Love The Notre Dame: Finding a Parish Home

I'm happy to share my most recent article for the quarterly issue of ND Women Connect. This installment shares our experience in connecting with our "faith family" at our parish "home", St. Anthony of Padua. Read the full article here.

O Manual Da Mãe Católica

[caption id="attachment_984" align="alignright" width="660"] O Manual Da Mãe Católica[/caption] I'm extremely pleased to share the good news about the publication of my first book, The Handbook for Catholic Moms, in Portuguese. O Manual Da Mãe Católica was recently released by Editora Ave-Maria. View the book online at the publisher's website, where you can even take a…

Blogging Catholic Moms Article

A recent article written by Maureen Boyle of the Catholic Standard, the newspaper of the Archdiocese of Washington, made the rounds in Catholic media circles this week. The original article appeared here in the Catholic Standard and featured my work amidst that of several other great Catholic mom bloggers. Additional versions of the article were…

Love Thee Notre Dame

I'm honored to have been invited to be a regular contributor to the quarterly newsletter for the University of Notre Dame's "ND Women Connect" interest group. My article for April/May focuses on the Sacraments. Find it online here and enjoy the rest of this quarter's issue, which is filled with inspiration.

Making the Grade Episode 1 Features Bishop Armando Ochoa

Making the Grade, KNXT-TV's new program promoting Catholic Education in the Diocese of Fresno, is hosted by Lisa Hendey, a member of St. Anthony of Padua Parish in Fresno, and Kim Cochran, Principal of St. Anthony of Padua School. In Episode 1, they interview Bishop Armando X. Ochoa and Superintendent Rick Sexton who will share with the diocese the importance of Catholic Education in the Church and their commitment to it and its evangelizing ministry in the diocese.

Each month, KNXT-TV will be promoting Catholic Education through their newest program  "Making the Grade". The show airs on the 2nd Thursday of each month @ 8:30PM, and on the following Friday @ 8:00PM. Please call KNXT-TV (559-488-7440) with any questions about or suggestions for this important new series here at KNXT-TV and tune in to watch the program streamed live at

In Episode 2 (April 11-12, 2013) hosts Kim Cochran and Lisa Hendey will focus on the topic of "Faith in our Catholic Schools". Their guest for this episode is Carmalinda Gennock, a second grade teacher at St. Anthony's School and winner of the 2013 NCEA Distinguished Teacher Award from the Department of Elementary Schools of the National Catholic Educational Association. Special features of this program will include our "Catholic School Graduate of the Month", Pope Francis, and their "picks" for helping your family live the faith in your home and beyond. The "Inmate Bible Program" at Our Lady of Fatima School in Los Banos will be highlighted.

Look for Making the Grade Episode 2 coming soon.

If I Were Pope

How would you respond to the prompt "If I were pope..."? Find out what I said when the Washington Post asked me and a few other Catholic friends to respond to that question.

Lisa Interviewed by Peter and Paul Ministries

A huge thank you to my friends Ashley and Devin, founders of Peter and Paul Ministries, for sharing this fun video of our recent conversation about our Lenten Project to support Crisis Pregnancy Centers and Moms in need.

Celebrating 40 Years of Co-Education at Notre Dame

I was honored to be invited to write an article recently for my Alma Mater, the University of Notre Dame, as she celebrates forty years of co-education. Find my article entitled Love Thee Notre Dame: Spiritual Resolutions for 2013 on the ND Women Connect website.