Adjusting to Catholic motherhood

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Our Apr. 18 guest is Jennifer Fulwiler, a lay Catholic writer, speaker and host of The Jennifer Fulwiler Show on "The Catholic Channel," SiriusXM radio channel 129. We discuss her recent article: “In the midst of angst about my growing family, three words helped me find peace.” 

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Robert Goeke
1 month ago

Towards the end of the discussion Jennifer Fulwiler says (paraphrasing): a couple of generations ago people had to "fall on their sword" get a job and support their family, and now we have the Internet and all sorts of flexibility to work differently and support our families. Hello! That's a typical (upper) middle class version of current society. A couple of generations ago 50% of manufacturing labor was unionized, had (by comparison to today) steady employment, and benefits. Today: no union, no benefits, and short-term 20-hour service jobs for a /large/ fraction of the population. The Internet is of no help when your choice is being a stock clerk at Target or a cashier at Walmart -- both at less than $15/hour.


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