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At The Well Episode Ten is live

28 May 2020

 

Episode Ten of the At The Well podcast is now available.

 

In this month’s episode, co-hosts Catholic Youth Parramatta’s Local Engagement Leader, Qwayne Guevara, and Assistant Director Rosie Drum mgl, and writer and mother Joy Adan celebrate their tenth episode by discussing how we can respond to situations beyond our control.

Qwayne said, “navigating in to the ‘new normal’ has challenged me, personally.

“There have been some really difficult days over the last couple of weeks for me, and that’s something that I’ve had to sit in and to really feel that emotion or experience in a way that I allow God to be part of that.

“What God has really been asking of me in this time of not being able to control all of these things is to be faithful to the little things. What I am finding when I have been faithful to the little things, I don’t feel so lost, I don’t feel as disconnected,” Qwayne said.

RELATED: New Catholic podcast for women

The idea to start a podcast for women followed the success of several At the Well evenings for young women, which were inspired by the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference’s Year of Youth.

The podcast, the hosts explain, is a chance to build on the joys of the At The Well evenings on a more regular basis, a chance to give a feminine perspective on questions of faith and life, and to continue the conversations sparked during the face-to-face gatherings.

At The Well is an initiative of the Diocese of Parramatta, through its youth ministry Catholic Youth Parramatta.

You can listen to this podcast and the previous episodes via Soundcloud by visiting tinyurl.com/atthewellcyp and on Spotify by searching for ‘Catholic Youth Parramatta’.

You can submit your questions or contact the hosts through the At The Well Facebook group.

 

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