John and Danielle discuss what we mean by the phrase “domestic church” and in what ways parents can help their kids come to learn and love their Catholic faith for a lifetime. John shares his personal stories as well as professional experience in passing on the faith in meaningful ways.
Some ideas Danielle shares in today’s episode:
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“Little habits are so critical to the relationships within the family and that’s how we talk about love. Love is made up of little actions.” – John Bosio
Our special guest this week is author John Bosio. Married 50 years, John and his wife, Teri, are parents of two daughters. He has led religious education and marriage enrichment programs at the parish and diocesan level for many years. John has a Master’s Degree in Theology and a Master’s Degree in Counseling. For 13 years he served three parishes in Kansas as a marriage and family therapist. In the fall 2022 John published Raising a Catholic Family: Building a Domestic Church – a handbook for parents. The book was awarded second place at the annual book awards of the Catholic Media Association in June 2023.
At the end of the show, Danielle answers a question from Melissa, a listener who struggles with her husband’s work schedule.
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