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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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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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The Miracle of Leonidas

In honor of the miracle that happened in our life just one year ago, I would like to share a letter with you that I sentRead more »

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A Beloved Pope Becomes a Beloved Saint

This Sunday, on Divine Mercy Sunday, our beloved Pope John Paul II will be canonized as a saint. I doubt there was aRead more »

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Jesus Wept

Yesterday we read in the Gospel of John the story of Lazarus’ death. We read that when Jesus finally arrived inRead more »

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7 Quick Takes Friday: 7 Signs Spring is Finally Here!

1. You wake up to birds chirping and woodpeckers pecking… or better yet, your 4 year old wakes you and asks, “WhatRead more »

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Line -by-Line Prayer Reflection: Anima Christi, Part 2

This is the second of a series of posts reflecting line-by-line on the Anima Christi. When I was assigned to write aboutRead more »

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The Potter’s Hands

If you have ever tried to make a clay vessel of any sort you know that it can be tedious work. The clay must be theRead more »

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Bruised, Hurting, and Dirty… A Life Worth Living

After Mass the words of Pope Francis lingered in my mind… “I prefer a church which is bruised, hurting and dirtyRead more »

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Hope in the Middle of a Snow Storm

If you have watched the news recently you have probably seen the terrible events of “Snow Jam 2014” unfold.  TheRead more »

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A Christmas Homecoming

We’ve all heard the story of the Prodigal Son, right?  The father rejoices when he sees his son, who left to strikeRead more »

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Your Ultimate Guide to Having the Perfect Family

Ok, so you and I both know that there is no such thing as a perfect family. Sure, there are families who look perfectRead more »

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Advent- A Journey to the Manger

Merry Chr….. Wait! Hold up! Stop what you are doing! It’s not Christmas yet! Are you thinking to yourself, “WhatRead more »

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