Monday, January 21, 2008

Welcome, Sue Brinkman, OCDS!

Susan Brinkmann, OCDS, author and journalist, has joined Living His Life Abundantly & Women of Grace as Staff Writer.

Susan is a member of the Third Order of Discalced Carmelites and comes to us from "The Catholic Standard and Times," the newspaper of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, where she served for six years as a Correspondent. She has won numerous national awards for her work and has published several books, including two historical fiction novels, a book on Carmelite prayer entitled Lord Teach us to Pray and a book on the fraudulent research of Alfred C. Kinsey entitled The Kinsey Corruption, published by Ascension Press.

Sue has devoted her life and talents to building up the Church and tearing down the culture of death, and is pleased that the Lord has called her to LHLA/Women of Grace to continue this vocation. Susan is single and writes for us from her home in Horsham, Pennsylvania.

3 comments:

Sharon said...

Hello Mrs. Brinkman, After watching your interview on the Women of Grace (EWTN) about the occult practices and the new age movement. I have a question about the use of Homeopathic Remedies. A friend of mine has informed me that this too may have some connection with the occult. I have found many benefits for the use of these medicines especially for treating coughs, common colds, PMS symptoms, poison oak, etc.
As a faithful catholic I do not want to do anything that would lead me astray from this beautiful faith.
Any information that you may have would be greatly appreciated.
Blessings, Sharon

Heidi Hess Saxton said...

Hi, Sharon! I can put you in touch with Susan via e-mail if you drop me a note at heidi.hess.saxton@gmail.com. Or you can reach Susan and get some answers to your questions from articles on her website: (www.womenofgrace.com/newage)
God bless--Heidi Saxton

Anonymous said...

I am trying to access wonenofgrace.com/newage and have fsiled,has it been changed.I want to find out about aquapuncture, is it wrong