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Catholic Sistas Now on Podcast!

If you’re like me, you don’t always have time to read great posts – you’re barely getting through your daily to-do list as it is! Well, we’ve come up with a new option for those of you who love podcasts – using a special program, our daily posts are converted from text to audio and put into podcast form through iTunes. You can now listen to us on your way to work, on your computer, while you go running, etc.

Here’s how to get started:

  • Click HERE  to go to the iTunes store OR
  • visit the purple icon like the one above on our home page to get to iTunes
  • from there, you can click on individual posts to listen or if you’d like to subscribe, keep on to the next step
  • click on the “view in iTunes” button which is just below the icon – this will pull up iTunes
  • click on subscribe
  • if you are only going to listen on your computer, this is all
  • if you want to use your smartphone or other device, you will need to install the Podcasts app found in the App Store.
  • click HERE to get the Podcasts app and follow the instructions to subscribe to the podcast there

THAT’S IT!

::our non-iTunes friends may have to wait a bit until a viable option presents itself::

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About Martina Kreitzer

Martina is a cradle Catholic, wife to Neil, and mother to seven kiddos here {and three in heaven}– 4/96-1/17. She decided to homeschool the kiddos in 2010 after many years in public schools and is currently transitioning out of homeschooling. She is the creator of Catholic Sistas which focuses on a feminine perspective of the Catholic Faith. The website was the result of an existing camaraderie by the contributors in a Catholic women’s group she created. She is also a Seal of Approval evaluator for the Catholic Writers Guild. Lest you think she spends all her time online, Martina has enjoyed getting out into the community by serving on the Pastoral Council from 2010-2013. She is constantly on the lookout to make her parish as welcoming as the small town she grew up in East Texas. This task is not easy given that St. William is the largest parish in the Austin diocese, serving well over twenty thousand parishioners. She loves Jesus, coffee, bacon, chocolate, photography, more bacon, evangelizing, and the company of those unafraid to use their sense of humor.

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