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In Defense of Halloween

Amongst Christians there is a debate on whether it is fine or demonic to participate in Halloween. I’ve watched a fewRead more »

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Nine Words We Must Say Everyday

When I was young child growing up in the 70’s,  I remember seeing greeting cards and cheesy home décor with theRead more »

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Ode to Feminine Genius: An Industrious Woman

This is the seventh installment in the series of Ode to Feminine Genius: Proverbs 31 Catholic Woman. Today’s topicRead more »

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5 Things that Helped Me Become a Better Parent

Sometimes on the path to sainthood, being a parent can be a really really REALLY  hard thing to achieve. I mean…Read more »

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Virtues Program Review & Giveaway for the {Catholic} Home & School

This is not your normal homeschooling article as this program can be used by any Catholic parent, a Catholic VirtuesRead more »

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In Her Own Words – Journey through In Vitro Fertilization

We first brought you the incredible story of one woman’s journey through in vitro fertilization. In this podcast,Read more »

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My Journey through In Vitro Fertilization

It’s July 2008 and I’m strapped to a surgical table as a fertility doctor siphons three dozen eggs out of my ovariesRead more »

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When Life Gets Old

Isabel, ninety years old, bed-ridden, unintelligible, unable to communicate, afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease. ThisRead more »

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The Gift of a Son

I hold you close and kiss your sweet head. I hold your hand and notice how tiny it looks nestled in my own. I watchRead more »

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Line-by Line Prayer Reflection: Anima Christi, Part IX

This is the ninth of a series of posts reflecting line-by-line on the Anima Christi. “From the malicious enemy, defendRead more »

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The Best Little Charity You Never Knew

Two weeks ago, I picked up a magazine off our parish’s literature rack and thumbed through it. Halfway through, IRead more »

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Trusting in God’s Promises: One Momma’s Letter to You

Losing a baby is no doubt one of the most difficult things a parent can go through. It is wrought with pain, sadness,Read more »

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Baby Louie: A Tale of Faith, Hope, and Love

“I am so sorry, but your son has a lethal form of skeletal dysplasia. His limbs are very short and his chest cavity isRead more »

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A Memorial to Our Children

Today we recognize the children that we never got to know. Those that we only knew of for a short time, maybe heldRead more »

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Celebrating Life

Last summer, I received a phone call from a lady who was new to our parish and wanted to see if we would be interestedRead more »

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