Posts Tagged Elizabeth Westhoff

Please read:”INTERNET ADDICTION” by Elizabeth Westhoff

18 September 2016

by Elizabeth Westhoff at her blog, ElizabethWesthoff.com

This past week I was happy to be able to fill in for my friend, Wendy Wiese, on her radio show, “On Call with Wendy Wiese” on the Catholic station Relevant Radio.

My guest was Sr. Marysia Weber, RSM, DO. a Religious Sister of Mercy of Alma, Michigan, is a physician certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She completed her residency and a fellowship in consultation-liaison psychiatry at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. She practices in her religious institute’s multidisciplinary medical clinic, Sacred Heart Mercy Health Care Center.

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Her primary work includes assessing and treating seminary candidates, priests and religious. She has also offered numerous formation workshops on a variety of formation issues for U.S. Bishops, seminary formators and vocation directors. She presented to the U.S. Bishops in Dallas TX in 1992 on “Pedophilia and Other Addictions”.

For the rest of this fascinating story and a link to Lizzie’s conversation with Sister, please click HERE


The. Best. Blogpost. Ever.

18 June 2015

Lately I have been dtawn to crosspost posts I see on other blogs which are controversial and/or just plain truthful. Soooooo… here’s my all time fav:

The Most Controversial Blog I’ve Ever Written…

Posted by Elizabeth Westhoff
at the blog, Pop Culture Catholic
17 June 2015 A.D.

elizabeth_westhoff-e1434564904891-270x300   Given the breathtaking turn of events we’ve seen in our culture in the last month or so regarding gender, race, marriage, what I’m about to write will be the most controversial blog I’ve ever written.

I am a white, heterosexual,Catholic woman.

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That’s all you are going to get for now. You can’t believe that this post might be going somewhere that may shock you or better yet, inspire you. So go! CLICK HERE!!!


“The Rome Of The West”: An Interview with Elizabeth Westhoff

8 April 2015

We are publishing an interview with Elizabeth Westhoff, Director of Marketing and Mission Awareness for the Archdiocese of St. Louis with Felix Burkart (FreeCoffeewithFelix blog). Felix Burkart is part of the new Social Media crowd which explores innovative ways of getting out information. Obviously from the title of the interview my readers will appreciate his post. Elizabeth Westhoff, an exciting personality and professional in Catholic and Social Media circles is a person to watch. Recently a live Twittercast featuring Elizabeth, with Felix as the moderator was a terrific success. As a followup we thought you would enjoy this interview. God love you all!

Posted on March 30, 2015 by Felix Burkart
at the blog, “Free Coffee with Felix”

What comes to mind when you think of St. Louis? Cardinal’s baseball should probably be at the top of your list, and possibly followed by the St. Louis Blues, but what’s your perception of the people and the community of St. Louis? My talk with Elizabeth Westhoff (as seen on the right), Director of Marketing for the Archdiocese of St. Louis, reminded me of the origins of St. Louis, and between the ups and downs we experience, this city is more capable than some might expect of tenacity through conflict and compassion for one another.

Elizabeth Westhoff

Elizabeth Westhoff

Catholic or non-Catholic, I want you to imagine being in a comfortable environment, where your country is established and developed, and you are called upon by your leader to go serve for the good of another country. Not to fight in war, but to build, to invest, and to help grow someones community to maybe someday be as prosperous as your own. During the mid-1800’s, the first Bishop of St. Louis, Bishop DuBourg, requested missionaries to come and help the city of St. Louis and establish a strong foundation for its future development. By the 1860’s, St. Rose Philippine Duchesne, one of the first missionaries to respond, was joined by many priests and other religious men and women who created, financed, and administered the hospitals, colleges, and schools that have shaped St. Louis. This was not a business investment or those leaving their homes in search for gold or better opportunities, but instead was a movement of those from worlds apart helping those they had really no connection to besides their own humanity. Most of these missionaries and priests were from France, an already well established and developed country at the time, who made the conscious choice to come and invest in the future of those they would never meet. This story should be realized as a champion for what it means to be a member of the St. Louis community. We wear our faith on our sleeves, we give back, and we invest in others success.

archstlIf you are local to St. Louis, Catholic or non-Catholic, know that the Archdiocese of St. Louis is a resource for community, outreach, and education about the faith. If you’re interested in learning more you can visit their site at archstl.org. For my readers who love Twitter as much as I do, be sure to also follow Elizabeth at (@ESWesthoff).


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