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BestofMy2018ReadingFictionEditionwithSarahReinhard

Best of My 2018 Reading: Fiction Edition with Sarah Reinhard

While I drink enough coffee to drown a fat pony, I also read enough books to weigh that same pony down. Well, it was a lot for me, and aRead more »

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Your Official 2019 Pro-Life Resources To March To

This year is no different in that regard, but we also want to include a short primer on the best pro-life resourcesRead more »

Unyoked - Healing after Divorce

Unyoked: Healing after Divorce – A 2019 Catholic Sistas Series

If you happen to be a faithfully practicing Catholic, and are also a divorcee, you may experience a certain awkwardness while stillRead more »

RELATABLE-LoveActually

Relatable: Love, Actually – A 2019 Catholic Sistas Series about Marriage

What about the Catholic who still believes in the sanctity of marriage, including its permanence? Is it even possible for couples to remainRead more »

GodWritesStraightwithCrookedLines

God Writes Straight with Crooked Lines: A Conversion Story

Despite the turbulence of the Rockies, I successfully avoided urinating all over myself. Win! During this debacle I started laughing outRead more »

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Loneliness is a Cognitive Error

Today, feelings are too often viewed as your truest guide in life: “Follow your heart,” we’re told. “Do what feels right.” But somethingRead more »

15 Ways to Raise Pro-Life Children

In our family, life issues are discussed frequently and at length.  My husband and I have felt it to be vitally important for our childrenRead more »

2019GuidetoAllThingsEpiphany

The 2019 Guide to All Things Epiphany

The Epiphany falls ON Sunday this year, and if you are a Novus Ordo Mass goer, you know that this feast day typically is celebratedRead more »

The Mass is EVERYTHING (so why doesn’t it feel that way?)

Kinda a Big Deal So, the Eucharist is kinda a big deal.  No crap, Sherlock. It would be the first sentence of “Catholicism forRead more »

TheDamagingEffectsofMakingExcuses

The Damaging Effects of Making Excuses

Was it coincidental that it came about when I decided to pray a 54 day novena to St. Joseph? Was it that God knew my soul was tired ofRead more »

Dearest Sisters…Please Pray with Me

Is there anything more motivating than the love we have for our children? I think God does that on purpose. How sanctifying it is to be aRead more »

Consecration to the Blessed Virgin Mary: 9 Tips for Spiritual Success

It’s Christmas Eve, sisters! With today being the vigil of Our Lord’s birth, I can’t think of a better way to thank JesusRead more »

Longing for Christmas Magic

his eyes lit up at the sight of twinkling lights, miniature houses, and a train. He let out a gasp filled with wonderment: Christmas atRead more »

Reflections on the Nativity

I’ve been reading Saint Francis de Sales Introduction to the Devote Life and applying some his proscribed practices to my prayerRead more »

A Tale of Two Snow Days

It was Monday morning, and I breathed a sigh of relief as my boys boarded the school bus. After pouring myself a cup of coffee, IRead more »