Catholic Vitamin V: Veneration

Our Catholic Vitamin for this episode is V for VENERATION. And we’re bringing you a guest who helps us to look at a life, now lived for Adoration of Jesus… special holy veneration and praise for His Mother Mary, and special veneration for saints and Church Fathers — those who have gone before us in faith. Donna Cori Gibson teaches that we offer veneration for their achievement of eternal union with Jesus and we ask their intercession for us to be able to join them at the end of our lives.

Donna Cori Gibson is a Third Order Carmelite and a member of St. Maximilian Kolby’s Militia Immaculata and she’s also an auxiliary member of the Legion of Mary.

What a gift to have Donna on our show. She has appeared as a featured guest and performer on EWTN’s LIFE ON THE ROCK six times. Donna’s appeared with DANA on the series BACKSTAGE. She’s been on the Prayer Channel, and FamilyLand. And last, but certainly not least, Donna has done countless presentations at Catholic Parishes for concerts, conferences, missions, revivals throughout the U. S. and abroad.

You can find samples of her music and loads more information about this talented speaker, teacher, composer and musician at her website:

We give special thanks to the management of the areas and departments which make up Christian Outreach at Franciscan University. They have graciously given us permission to play selected segments of various Summer Conference speakers from Franciscan. This show, we kicked off this mini segment series with the holy and inspiring speaker Sr. Briege McKenna. And if you haven’t listened — please go right now and hear about Sister Briege visiting the Oprah Winfrey television show. Talk about great Christian witness. We hope you like it. We intend to feature more segments from the great speakers they bring in to Franciscan conferences in Steubenville, Ohio.

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