WINE in the news!



Congratulations to our Award winning WINE Authors! 2016 Catholic Press Association Book Awards.

Our Vineyard is Producing Fruit…. or Fruit of the Vine…

Congratulations to:
Kelly Wahlquist, first place in the first-time authors category for Created to Relate.
Teresa Tomeo, first place in the family life category for Intimate Graces.
Lisa Hendey, second place in the children’s book category for The Secret of the Shamrock.
Lisa Mladinich, honorable mention in the gender issues category for True Radiance



St. Paul Evangelization Society

Click the link below to see what they have to say about WINE!

WINE: Women in the New Evangelization



Deb Hadley, Kelly Wahlquist, and  Sharon Wilson with Alyssa Bormes on RadioMaria talking about WINE and the 2016 Catholic Women’s Conference.

Click on the radio to get to a podcast of the program!



Check out WINE founder being interviewed about the upcoming visit from Pope Francis.

Even the POPE likes WINE!

8/3/2015 through 8/7/2015

This week, A Seeking Heart with Allison Gingras on Real Live Radio is unpacking Kelly Wahlquist’s book Created to Relate: God’s Design for Peace and Joy, at 9am CST. On Friday, August 7, Kelly will be on live with Allison to discuss how and why women are radically relational.


Check out WINE on Catholic Vitamins HERE!


Listen to Kelly Wahlquist (WINE Founder), Barbara Heil, (Women, Wine and Wisdom Speaker), Lisa Hendey (Featured WINE Book Club Author), and Sharon Wilson (WINE Director of Operations) on the Rediscover Hour with Jeff Cavins! Access the Relevant Radio program stream HERE!


OSV Newsweekly

New apostolate for women sees nationwide growth With discipleship at its heart, Women in the New Evangelization centers on Scripture and sacraments

By Susan Klemond



New apostolate for women sees nationwide growth
More than 1,000 women attended the first diocesan conference for Women in the New Evangelization, held Feb. 14 at the Church of the Epiphany in Coon Rapids, Minn. Courtesy photo
Eight hundred years ago, Christ said to St. Francis of Assisi, “Rebuild my Church.” Today, he’s saying to women, “Heal my Body,” according to a group of Catholic leaders who are responding with a new ministry aimed at bringing women of all ages together to grow in faith and use their gifts to heal and support Christ’s body, the Church.

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