Mary K. Doyle is a former feature writer for the Chicago Tribune, book author, blogger (Doyle’s Delights and Midwest Mary), and trade representative for ACTA Publications. She writes and speaks of the topics of caregiving (especially to loved ones Alzheimer’s) aging faithfully, Marian devotion, Saint Mother Theodore Guerin, mentoring and the joys and challenges of everyday life. She is the devoted wife of magician Marshall Brodien, a mother and grandmother, and a member of an extensive family and circle of friends. One of her favourite hobbies is hand quilting. She has a Master’s degree in Pastoral Theology from St. Mary-of-the-Woods College in Indiana, founded by Saint Mother Theodore Guerin. Her many books include Navigating Alzheimer’s, The Rosary Prayer-by-Prayer, Grieving with Mary, and Young in the Spirit.