Treasures in Heaven is now available wherever you listen to podcasts! Treasures in Heaven is a podcast for young Catholics where we talk about money, travel, and more in a fun, unfiltered way. This is the place for Catholics who ask, “Does anyone else think about these things?”
I started the podcast in fall 2018 before I was engaged or married because I felt like there weren’t a lot of podcasts out there created by single Catholics. Funny thing is, about a month after launching my podcast, my boyfriend proposed and now I’m married and I’m a mom. My mission is still the same though: helping young Catholics feel seen and heard, regardless of their state in life.
Treasures in Heaven is a podcast for young Catholics where Victoria from ConsumerCatholics.com talks with guests about money, travel, and more in a fun, unfiltered way. This is the place for Catholics who ask, “Does anyone else think about these things?”
Treasures in Heaven is inspired by the words from Matthew 6:19-21: “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and decay destroy, and thieves break in and steal.
But store up treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor decay destroys, nor thieves break in and steal.
For where your treasure is, there also will your heart be.”
In my first edition of “Fiction Fridays”, I chat with Catholic children’s author Maria Riley. She has an amazing, inspiring story of motherhood that includes pregnancy, birth, loss, and adoption. Plus, it inspired her to write a book series called “Adventures with the Saints.”
- Maria Riley’s website
- Saint Joseph: The Foster Father Saint
Joshua is a seven-year-old foster child who moves in with the Martin family. They seem really nice, but Joshua isn’t sure if his new parents can love him as much as a biological child. With his new brother and sister, Luke and Becca, Joshua goes on a special journey and meet Saint Joseph at the time of Jesus’ birth.
Can Saint Joseph teach Joshua, Luke, and Becca a lesson about love and adoption?
Will Joshua ever fit in with his new family?
Created by VictoriaEverleigh.com
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