For several decades, Catherine Weissenberg has been sharing her unique ability to communicate and dialogue with God, the deceased, and coma patients. To retain a lasting record of these communications, Catherine writes the dialogues longhand as they occur, and calls them “Writings.” In actuality, she connects with the stream of universal consciousness and transforms that energy into prose. When asked to explain her gift, Catherine states, “I believe God and those we love are always in our midst. There is a God, a consciousness, a stream of love that runs within all of us. I’m able to connect and transform this flow into words which all of us can understand. This energy – I like to refer to it as a ‘Love Stream’ – is ever-present for everyone. I offer my work to facilitate that connection.”
Although the Writings are specific to the recipient or group, they are beautiful in imagery and metaphor, often touching upon the universal themes of self-growth, interpersonal relationships and life challenges. In addition to publishing Beyond Ever After: A Heart-to-Heart Journey Through Death and the Afterlife, Catherine has created Loveality®, a love-based reality, to bring the wisdom and transformative energy of the Writings to a broader audience. For more information about Loveality, please visit her website at Loveality.net.
Catherine is committed to sharing these numinous experiences and messages of love, hope, and transformation with others. She offers several ways to experience her work. During “Live God Writing Experiences” participants are able to receive in real time God messages for the group. In Catherine’s course offerings, people are invited to explore and contemplate the writings’ meanings and transformational energy. Additionally, some of her writings and interviews are available on YouTube. Catherine also facilitates group retreats, which sometimes include Writings. It is Catherine’s desire to support people’s self-embrace as the divinely connected beings of love that they are already, inherently and eternally.
An author, speaker and communication facilitator and consultant, Catherine holds a Master of Arts degree in Communication. She has taught college level communication and served in leadership roles in nonprofit and volunteer organizations. Catherine is a mother and wife, and lives in California.
Jocelyn Montanaro considers herself a reluctant messenger. She loved her relatively traditional life as a wife, mother and part-time lawyer. She would not have traded places with anyone. There were only two areas that Jocelyn didn’t share with Kevin, her husband: a belief in God and an active involvement in organized religion. That Jocelyn would write a book about accepting God’s love and communicating with the dead was about as likely as her being elected pope.
Educated on the East Coast and in Europe, Jocelyn has both a law degree and a bachelor’s in International Studies. She also studied International Business and Social Etiquette at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Swizerland. She lives in Southern California.