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Welcome to QueerHustle, where we talk to the hottest up-and-coming queer entrepreneurs about growing businesses, creating dream lifestyles, and taking care of each other! I’m Michelle Coyle and I’ll be your host as we work together to explore what’s possible when approaching business with full authenticity.
 
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Orestes Brownson was one of the most important American intellects in the 19th century and his writings were imbued with his Catholic thinking. Tom and Noëlle Crowe delve into Brownson's writings on two topics: the significance of America and slavery. The post Orestes Brownson’s American Thinking appeared first on SQPN.com.…
 
Orestes Brownson was one of the most important intellectuals of the 19th century and a restless religious seeker. In this episode, Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us of his lifelong journey that ended in the Catholic Church, and next time will share some of his most famous ideas. The post Orestes Brownson, His Biography and Conversion appeared first on S…
 
Simple German farmers fleeing European wars in the 19th century brought their Catholic faith with them to western Ohio. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us how Fr. Francis de Sales Brunner and his order provided those small communities with more than 30 beautiful, soaring cross-tipped churches. The post The Land of the Cross-Tipped Churches appeared first…
 
Servant of God Mary Virginia Merrick never let her own disabilities prevent her from being Christ to those around her. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us the story of this wealthy 19th-century woman who founded the Christ Child Society, to serve the poor and needy children of Washington, DC and eventually well beyond. The post Mary Virginia Merrick appea…
 
Fr. Juan Padilla was a Franciscan missionary who traveled in what became the USA as part of Coronado's search for the 7 Cities of Gold. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us that Fr. Juan's search was for souls with whom to share the Good News and he would give his life in that pursuit. The post Fr. Juan de Padilla, Proto-Martyr of the USA appeared first on…
 
The first bishop of the American territory of New Mexico, Jean-Baptiste Lamy was the subject of the historical novel "Death Comes for the Archbishop." Tom and Noëlle Crowe relate his work in bringing unruly clergy to heel and bringing the faith to uncatechized laity in the region. The post Archbishop Jean-Baptiste Lamy appeared first on SQPN.com.…
 
Fr. Emil Kapaun may one day become the first Catholic saint who is also a Medal of Honor recipient. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us about the dedicated US Army chaplain who died in a North Korean POW camp after selflessly praying with and encouraging his fellow prisoners to survive hell on Earth. The post Fr. Emil Kapaun appeared first on SQPN.com.…
 
Fr. Stephen Badin was the first Catholic priest ordained in the United States, a title he took great pride in. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us about this gruff, rigid man who was also a tender and caring pastor, a man who traveled well over 100,000 miles in pursuit of souls for Christ. The post Father Stephen Badin appeared first on SQPN.com.…
 
The Battle of Gettysburg is often considered a turning point of the Civil War. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us how Catholics played key roles in the battle before, during, and after, including the Daughters of Charity who nursed the wounded and dying and Fr. William Corby, chaplain of the Irish Brigade. The post Catholics at Gettysburg appeared first …
 
Fr. Damien de Veuster came to the Hawaiian Islands in 1864 as a missionary and soon volunteered to minister to the leper colony on Molokai. Tom and Noëlle Crowe describe his ministry among those who were ill and set aside as one filled with joy and selfless love until his own death, which led to his canonization as St. Damien. The post St. Damien o…
 
What We Covered: 00:43 – Introducing today’s guest, Brooklyn Wright, who joins the show to talk about their background as a serial entrepreneur, financial literacy and money mindset 06:12 – Brooklyn talks about understanding the power of money and how to wield that awesome power 12:28 – Brooklyn provides their thoughts on privilege and those who ar…
 
In 1859, a young Belgian immigrant had an encounter in a Wisconsin forest with a woman surrounded by light. Tom and Noëlle Crowe relate how Adele accepted the call of Our Lady to catechize the children of the region and how 150 years later this became the first approved Marian apparition in the US. The post The Apparition of Our Lady of Good Help a…
 
What We Covered: 00:55 – Introducing today’s guest, Daniel Northway Frank, who talks about his background as a film consultant 05:36 – Daniel speaks to the inspiration to launch the Queer Shopping Network 14:31 – The importance of having places to shop that are inclusive, diverse and offer representation 18:30 – Michelle takes a moment to thank tod…
 
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