Thanksgiving Feasting

Nov 23, 2023

Blessed is the one who will dine in the Kingdom of God.

Luke 14:15

Altar for Mass with sacred vessels

In today’s episode, we look at the history of Thanksgiving and its Catholic roots. Beth shares fascinating insights about how the feast of Thanksgiving has become a symbol of abundance and religious freedom in America.

Beth also highlights the significance of the Eucharist in our lives and that we are invited to the Feast again and again. She explores GK Chesterton’s words that “thanks is the highest form of thought” and reminds us that as Catholics and Christians, we have so much to be thankful for.

Will you come and dine in the Kingdom of God with Jesus to begin your holiday?
Will you take Jesus up on His Eucharistic Offer?

If you are interested in the recipes mentioned in this episode, you can download Beth’s Holiday Guide from the link below, and get tips to keep you spiritually fasting like a champ through the holidays. ​​​​​​​

May you have a blessed Thanksgiving filled with love, connection, and an abundance of gratitude. Keep praying and fasting, and we’ll be back with another episode next week.

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Resources in Today’s Show:

The Catholic Origins of Thanksgiving

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