top of page

Item List

LifeTalk NW

Kimberly Begg, an attorney and author, shares about her new book: Unbreakable: Saints Who Inspired Saints to Moral Courage from TAN Books. She also speaks about how important it is to inspire moral courage in families and about the saints in her new book.

The Catholic Conversation

Raising holy families is a struggle in today's culture. Kimberly Begg joins Steve and Becky to discuss the saints that inspire us to courage and faithfulness. Her book is Unbreakable: Saints Who Inspired Saints to Moral Courage.

The Federalist Radio Hour

On this episode of "The Federalist Radio Hour," Kimberly Begg, editor of Catholic School Playbook and board member at Young America’s Foundation, joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss the history of notable saints and share the importance of imparting spiritual knowledge and tradition to children.

According to Bridget

Courage: How to Have it & Teach it to Our Kids with Kimberly Begg.

Thomas Aquinas says that courage is the necessary condition of every virtue as it provides the strength of will needed to exercise any virtue consistently.

In this episode, I chat with Kimberly Begg, author of Unbreakable, Saints Who Inspired Saints to Moral Courage, wife and mother of five children, about how to exercise courage in our modern day society. She shares some practical tips we can use in our own homes, and some incredible saint stories!

Catholic Culture

Kimberly Begg joins the podcast to discuss her new book, Unbreakable: Saints Who Inspired Saints to Moral Courage. The book tells the story of four saints - St. Joan of Arc, St. José Luis Sánchez del Río, Bl. Jerzy Popiełuszko, and St. Teresa of Calcutta - and for each of those saints, includes the stories of the saints who influenced him or her. The book is intended in particular to convince parents of the importance of making the lives of the saints a part of family life, so that children will be inspired by those who came before, just as Joan was by St. Catherine of Alexandria, or as José was by Bl. Anacleto González Flores.

bottom of page