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All Saints Day Lisa Hendey Blog Tour 2011 Schedule and Contest News

Blessings on All Saints Day! Welcome to the Blog Tour 2011 for Lisa Hendey, Catholic Mom and author of the newly released, A Book of Saints for Catholic Moms! Lisa has graciously agreed to steer her trust Volkswagon bus, Arnold towards all three blogs that I oversee here on this great feast day and we welcome her.

Here is the tour schedule for the day:

  • 7 AM – Learn more about the force behind this “Catholic Mom” and author in a short interview
  • 11 AM – Read A Short Excerpt from A Book of Saints for Catholic Moms
  • 1 pm  – Read my review of this book

You can enjoy these posts all day and for time to come. Please read, share and spread the word!

Do you want to win a copy of the book? Two copies will be given away. In order to win, please leave a comment on any of the posts related to the book that are published today. You may do so any time before midnight tonight, November 1, 2011 and your name will be automatically entered into a drawing. Winners names will be published tomorrow, November 2, 2011. You can comment as often as you like on these posts, but your name will only go in once. Good luck!

Thank you Lisa and thank you readers! (Do I hear Arnold rolling up the road, with Lisa at the wheel? I think I do…)

(This post and all others will appear at Pastoral Postings, The Parish Blog of St. Edward the Confessor, and There Will Be Bread. )


2 Responses

  1. I am looking forward to follow this tour and discover Linda’s book. Having never been the perfect ‘Catholic Mom,’ and knowing it’s never too late to endeavor to become one, I hope to win a copy and find out all that I should have known to become a Catholic granma 🙂

  2. Who is the perfect Catholic mom? If you meet one, let us know!!

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