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My name is Sarah Bailey. I converted to Catholicism four years ago. My favorite Catholic devotion is Eucharistic adoration. In my free time, I enjoy reading, playing board games and going to concerts. I write weekly at

Navigating Heartbreak: Novena to St. Valentine

When we think of Valentine’s Day, we often think of big romantic gestures. Maybe a candlelit dinner or a gift ofRead more »

What Momento Mori Means to Me

What Memento Mori Means to Me

Memento Mori: remember you will die. I remember the night I thought I was going to die! I had been having pain in my right leg. My doctorRead more »

Spiritual lessons my caregivers teach me

Spiritual Lessons my Caregivers Taught Me

These people would help with daily living skills. They would be known as my caregivers. I am grateful for everyone…they taught meRead more »

Making Room For Disability

We need to make room for people with disabilities In our lives, schools, and church communities. Society will continue toRead more »

IVF Hurts People with Disabilities

IVF Hurts People with Disabilities

“Since prenatal screening tests were introduced in Iceland in the early 2000s, the vast majority of women — close to 100 percentRead more »

Dating with Disability (1)

Dating With Disability

As a person with a disability, I can feel lost. Questions run through my head. What will dating be like? Will anyone ever love me? What isRead more »

When Healing Hurts How I Almost Lost My Faith

When Healing Hurts: How I Almost Lost My Faith.

I rejoice in a God who loves me. God humbles and challenges me through unanswered prayers for miraculous healing. Yet despite the lack ofRead more »

Overcome: Keeping Faith with a Disability

OVERCOME: Keeping Faith with a Disability

A disability manifests itself in a person in a variety of different ways. Yet all people with disabilities want to be loved, welcomed andRead more »

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