I’m headed to Pittsburgh this weekend to give two talks. On Friday, April 27th, I’ll be a guest at SENT, a young adult gathering with live music, free food and drinks. I’ll be speaking about my upcoming book, Building the Benedict Option: A Guide to Gathering Two or Three Together in His Name and leading a workshop on how to open your home.
The SENT facebook event is here, and my husband helped me shoot some footage of me talking about the book for the archdiocese’s promotional video. It can’t be embedded here, but you can check it out on Facebook. (And, if you want to see the silly outtakes, I’ll be sending that to my book announcement email list soon).
On Sunday, April 29th, I’ll head over to the parish of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, where I’ll speak after Mass at 12:45p. At this event, I’ll be talking about my first book, Arriving at Amen: Seven Catholic Prayers that Even I Can Offer. I’ll be telling the story of my conversion and how I learned to pray as a foreign language. The parish has full details at their Facebook event.
And remember to get in touch if you’d like me to speak in your town!