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Episode 15: Doing the Work Your Soul Must Have with Casey Stanton
October 18, 2020 02:56 PM PDT
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Today is Casey Stanton Day! I first heard about Casey through the Catholic Women Preach movement. Her homily knocked me off my feet. It’s so good. She’s a community organizer, a pastoral minister, and a superb preacher. It was such a blast to talk with her. Be sure to check out the show notes for this episode at molleendupreedominguez.com where you can hear Casey preach and learn more about the journey toward women's ordination in the Catholic Church.

On a Mission, Episode 14: Gun Violence Activism with Anna Mahony
October 12, 2020 07:30 AM PDT
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Today I’m talking with Anna Mahony. She is an activist with Moms Demand Action and a mother of two. In our conversation we talk about the organization, which she calls just “Moms” and how setting gun violence activism as a priority in her life has focused her public advocacy. We also talk about setting boundaries and being a leader in your own life. She has learned a lot about this. We talk about being a person of service and how her Catholic upbringing imbued a responsibility to give out of her own abundance. Listen in. Find more details about the show at www.molleendupreedominguez.com

On a Mission, Episode 14: Gun Violence Activism with Anna Mahony
October 12, 2020 07:28 AM PDT
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Today I’m talking with Anna Mahony. She is an activist with Moms Demand Action and a mother of two. In our conversation we talk about the organization, which she calls just “Moms” and how setting gun violence activism as a priority in her life has focused her public advocacy. We also talk about setting boundaries and being a leader in your own life. She has learned a lot about this. We talk about being a person of service and how her Catholic upbringing imbued a responsibility to give out of her own abundance. Listen in. Find more details about the show at www.molleendupreedominguez.com

On a Mission, Episode 13: Katie Lacz
October 05, 2020 07:39 AM PDT
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Today I’m talking with Katie Lacz. She works for Women’s Ordination Conference, the United States branch of a worldwide movement to urge the Roman Catholic Church to reform and welcome women into ordained ministry. Find more details at www.molleendupreedominguez.com

On a Mission, Episode 12: Fran Pratt
September 27, 2020 12:33 PM PDT
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Did you ever come into prayer with so much heaviness, grief, or misery that you just couldn’t put it into words? You might just need Fran Pratt.

She’s my guest today. She’s known online at The Litanist. That is, she writes litanies. They’re beautiful articulations of emotion and truth, giving individuals and communities words to pray about hard stuff. They offer words when there are no words.
So many more details and fun facts await at molleendupreedominguez.com where you can also sign up for my weekly email newsletter, which contains prayer tools, cool stuff to read, and links to other progressive, faith-based stuff around the internet.

On a Mission, Episode 12: Fran Pratt
September 27, 2020 12:33 PM PDT
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Did you ever come into prayer with so much heaviness, grief, or misery that you just couldn’t put it into words? You might just need Fran Pratt.

She’s my guest today. She’s known online at The Litanist. That is, she writes litanies. They’re beautiful articulations of emotion and truth, giving individuals and communities words to pray about hard stuff. They offer words when there are no words.
So many more details and fun facts await at molleendupreedominguez.com where you can also sign up for my weekly email newsletter, which contains prayer tools, cool stuff to read, and links to other progressive, faith-based stuff around the internet.

On a Mission, Episode 11: Cameron Bellm
September 20, 2020 08:29 PM PDT
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Today I’m talking with Cameron Bellm. About a year ago, she started publishing her writing on Instagram- and, y’all, it blew up! She started publishing prayers during the Pandemic of 2020… they resonated… and they were shared and repurposed all over the world. She collected those pandemic prayers in an ebook. And now she’s writing a hardcover book. It’s about paying attention as a spiritual practice and being a contemplative in action. It will be out in hard copy in March 2022.

She’s a writer, scholar, and mother who lives in the Seattle area. We talk about Russian literature, not needing to be God’s lawyer, and discerning what is ours to do. I think you’re going to love a sneak peek into the spirituality of such a sincere and thoughtful human being.
Find the information about this podcast at https://molleendupreedominguez.home.blog/podcast/

On a Mission, Episode 10: Brian Stanley
September 13, 2020 10:23 AM PDT
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Today I’m talking with Brian Stanley, an education nonprofit executive living in Oakland. He’s a Black Catholic man raising two Black boys, along with his amazing wife, Celeste. Our conversation covers the ways his faith influences his quarantine, why he thinks White people are waking up to racist policies in the U.S. NOW, and his work in the educational nonprofit world.
Visit show notes at https://molleendupreedominguez.home.blog/2020/09/13/on-a-mission-season-two-is-back/

On a Mission, Episode 8: Gene Yang
December 10, 2019 12:00 PM PST
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Gene Yang is a Bay Area native, author, and teacher. While teaching computer science at the Catholic high school where I now teach he also casually wrote an award-winning graphic novel, American Born Chinese. It was a finalist for the National Book Award in the category of young people’s literature. It did win many awards outright. Let me list them: the 2007 Michael L. Printz Award, the 2007 Eisner Award for Best Graphic Album: New, the Publishers Weekly Comics Week Best Comic of the Year, the San Francisco Chronicle Best Book of the Year, the 2006/2007 Best Book Award from The Chinese American Librarians Association, and Amazon.com Best Graphic Novel/Comic of the Year. He also received the MacArthur fellowship in 2016.

On a Mission, Episode 7: Dr. Kellie McElhaney
November 26, 2019 06:17 PM PST
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Dr. Kellie McElhaney is the founding director of the Center for Equity, Gender, and Leadership at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. She started her career in banking, which she calls a heavily masculine industry, where women were compelled to exercise leadership in a masculine way. She is fighting the good fight in the corporate world to insist that yes - welcoming different skill sets, different personalities, different genders, and different ethnicities into the board room is not just a nice thing to do, but that it’s in fact good for the bottom line. She’s the author of a book called Just Good Business.

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