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That I Might Be Perfected In Him

That I Might Be Perfected in Him

by: Maurisa MayerleI believed that with my whole being, but what were His grand plans for me? In reality, He has chipped away at my ideasRead more »

Give the World Your Gifts

I’m not a writer by trade. In fact, English was always my worst subject. However, when I saw the call for single parent writers, IRead more »

The Official Catholic Sistas 2018 Christmas Gift Guide & Giveaway!

by: Martina KreitzerYou’ve joined the Christmas Shopping Challenge in order to enjoy a more peace-filled Advent. Well, NOWRead more »

Shall We Gather?

Have you ever had one of those moments when you are certain of the presence and love of God? Although I’d had it on my schedule forRead more »

MarriageIsHard - So Here's Some Advice You Can Use

Marriage is Hard, So Here’s Some Advice You Can Use

by: Martina KreitzerWe’ve all seen marriage in its many forms, I’m guessing. But if you aren’t actually married –Read more »

God’s Final Act of Mercy: A Reminder to Remember the Faithful Departed This November

by: Anni HarryOnly when I came back to the Church a few years ago did I hear the phrase, “Eternal Rest grant unto them, O Lord; and, mayRead more »

When Work Sucks  – Bringing St. Augustine into the Workplace

October Blues October has been…a tough month, sisters.  I think it’s awesome that the world is stuffed with tiny gourds,Read more »

Trust Jesus to Lead You to the Fireworks

by: Alison WaggonerIn those hard moments, I learned to trust Jesus. More than that, I begged Him to be active in my life. My attitude andRead more »

Loving Me Through Him

image credit: https://pixabay.com/en/hiker-hiking-nature-hipster-solo-846094/ Love your neighbor as yourself (Matthew 22:39) we are told.Read more »

The Rainbow after the Storm

The Rainbow after the Storm

by: Martina KreitzerThat was November 2014 – almost four years ago when our entire family experienced our first and most devastatingRead more »

What Do You Do All Day?

by: Devon WattamI never wanted to be a stay-at-home mom. Minutes after we found out we were pregnant with our first baby, Ben looked at meRead more »

Super Simple Sheet-pan Suppers

by: Maurisa MayerleWe are one month into a new school year. Are y’all as crazy busy as my family? Looking at my calendar I’mRead more »

Mary, My Mother

Sobbing in my car, I heard myself scream, “I can’t do this!  I don’t know how to be a mother!” I was in my lateRead more »

America the Divisive

America the Divisive

by: Rita SuvaThe past week or so has been hard for Americans. It’s been divisive. It’s dredged up difficult memories for some. It’s madeRead more »

The Obstacle...The Desire...The Rosary

The Obstacle… the Desire… the Rosary

by: Anni HarryDevotions are amazing, personal, and prayerful ways of deepening each individual’s relationship with God. There are moreRead more »