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Author Archives: Michelle Fritz

Michelle Fritz is a daughter of God, a cradle Catholic, a devoted wife of 20+ years to amazing husband Mike, eclectic homeschooling mother to eleven wonderful children. She has experienced the loss of 13 babies in her call to be open to life, but knows that God is always loving and always gracious. She and her husband know that they have an army of Saints already in heaven! They try to show their faith in everything they do and hope that all who come to know their family, also come to know the Lord.
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Joyful Anticipation: A Prayer to Prepare our Hearts

Throughout Advent we have shared ideas on how to make the Advent season more holy and more memorable for your family. AsRead more »

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Ode to Feminine Genius: A Family 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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Preparing for the Christ-Child Through Prayer

Advent is the season in which we wait for the coming of our Lord. We begin preparing a place in our hearts, justRead more »

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The Power of Prayer

There is much debate on whether or not prayer can help a person heal from a physical malady. There have been numerousRead more »

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Advocating for the Unborn: An Interview with Dr. Alveda King

I was recently blessed to interview Dr. Alveda King, daughter of Rev. A.D. King and niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Read 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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The Hired Hit-man

I don’t watch much television. I don’t have a lot of extra time and to be honest, most shows make me sick to myRead more »

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A Spiritual Journey Through Prayer

One year ago God invited me on a spiritual journey. I remember praying and asking Him if He was sure this was what HeRead more »

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Wounded and Changed- A Living Book of Life

Over the course of the last 21 years I have come to both love and hate my body. I love my body when it is full and ripeRead more »

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It’s All About Love

Next to my bed, written on a yellow scrap of paper in scribbled handwriting, was a quote. I don’t know where I foundRead more »

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Oh Martha!

Today is the feast day of St. Martha. Most of us know her from the Bible story of Mary and Martha. Jesus came to visitRead more »

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Get Over Yourself!

A few weeks ago while I was in Kansas City I visited my sister’s church for the sacrament of Confession. There theRead more »

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Take It and Be Happy

As I sat beside my father-in-law’s bedside, holding his hand while he lay with labored breathing, my head rested onRead more »

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It’s Summertime! Take a Dive… Into the Word!

As Catholics we often are accused of not opening our Bibles to read God’s Word. Of course we laugh at this thoughtRead more »

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What is a Novena?

Growing up in the Catholic Church I was taught to pray simple prayers like the Our Father, the Hail Mary, and the GloryRead more »

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