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I’ve had the opportunity to wear a lot of hats as an actress, writer, counselor, hostess, cancer care giver and survivor and yes, a real life Vatican approved vehicle of a Miracle. Every moment has led me to right now, as I suspect is true for you, whether you’re ready to own that or not.

I hope my stories can serve as a guide for you on your quest to becoming the best version of you. If you’re already perfect, good job!

Welcome to not only my voice but the rediscovering of your own voice.
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Kate D Mahoney is the author of The Misfit Miracle Girl, Candid Reflections and an international speaker who travels the country to share anecdotes from life as patient and caregiver- it’s crisis, but with jazz hands. She is on a mission to inspire audiences across the globe sharing candid reflections and her miracle story.

“You will never find a real life story as special and as rich as Kate D. Mahoney’s. She writes with a fierce passion and a rare combination of spiritual seriousness and holy irreverence, a combination that I consider essential. Kate will get your heart pumping and won’t let you take sides easily.” Thomas Moore

Bestselling author of Care of the Soul

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Misfit Miracle Girl shared a link.Friday, February 15th, 2019 at 9:39am
Most Rev. Thomas J. Costello, retired Auxiliary Bishop of the Diocese of Syracuse died today, Friday, February 15, 2019 at the age of 89 years old. A native ...
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Most Rev. Thomas J. Costello: Feb. 23, 1929-Feb. 15, 2019
Most Rev. Thomas J. Costello, retired Auxiliary Bishop of the Diocese of Syracuse died today, Friday, February 15, 2019 at the age of 89 years old. A native ...
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Misfit Miracle GirlThursday, January 24th, 2019 at 9:29am
Help me celebrate the anniversary of my book release. Please take a moment to post a review, order a copy, or both. Thank you!
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Misfit Miracle GirlWednesday, January 23rd, 2019 at 8:14am
Today, consider celebrating Mother Marianne Cope, Born January 23, 1838.
Her place in history is that of Beloved Mother of Outcasts, the Patron Saint of Hope and Healing. Though her faith had roots in Catholicism, her actions and commitment to ensuring dignity for all transcended the boundaries of religion, supporting many populations with different beliefs. She is a model for our global community of what it means to welcome all people, meeting them exactly where they are with love.
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Misfit Miracle Girl shared Saint Marianne Cope Shrine & Museum's post.Wednesday, September 12th, 2018 at 11:23am
If you're in Hawaii, this is an excellent opportunity to see Kate Mahoney; Misfit Miracle Girl.

Here's to a beautiful second year gathering Damien and Marianne Catholic Conference!
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Misfit Miracle Girl shared a link.Tuesday, September 11th, 2018 at 8:46am
The second annual Damien and Marianne Catholic Conference takes place at the Hawaii Convention Center Oct 5-7. This year's theme is "Share the Journey."
“Kate and I were friends for years before I ever understood what she’d been through as a kid, moving to another country then fighting cancer, and then surviving it only through an act of God so undeniable it was recognized as an official miracle by the Vatican and played a large role in the canonization of a new Catholic saint. Kate has an incredible capacity for listening and providing empathy and support, and a unique perspective on life’s struggles that I appreciate more and more with each conversation.”

– Cassie Dowling Burke, Health Communications Consultant.  –Bel Air, MD.

“Feeling all the feelings is okay. We have to meet each other where we are without judgment.”

“Kate’s raw, beautiful truth is one of a life that has been made richer through the mess of pain and faith and struggle and miracles. It will touch you deeply.” Mary Ellen Clausen

Founding Director, Ophelia's Place

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