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Of Ministries, Apostolates and, Crop Rotations?

What a WEIRD title, you might be thinking! Why, praytel, are ministries and crop rotations involved in the same sentence? Are cropRead more »

On That Day: From Agnostic Theist to Seminarian to Deacon

::Friends, we are excited to share with you the next installment in the ongoing story of Catholic Sistas friend Craig DeYoung, a formerRead more »

Catholic Women and Faith in the Workplace

Photo courtesy of stockimages / FreeDigitalPhotos.net The number of women in the workplace today (full-time or part-time) has risenRead more »

When A Child Responds to Pope Francis’ Call to Feed The Hungry

Recently, we were blessed and humbled to receive correspondence from a mother who is rightly and deeply touched by her young sonRead more »

I’m Catholic. I’m Gay. Now What? (Part 1)

This is the first in a 2-part series. The second part will be published next Thursday, May 10. Fleshing out the teachings of the CatholicRead more »

Young, Evangelical, and Catholic

Every person’s faith comes from another. Growing up, my parents took me and my siblingsRead more »

If we err by thinking we are the center of the Liturgy, the Mass will lead to a loss of Faith ~ Cardinal Raymond Burke

Mass Confusion: Interference

Earlier today I was driving down the road listening to my local Catholic station. Every so often a popular rock station would bleed in andRead more »

A Familiar Story, A New Light: Martha and Mary

My current Bible reading is the Gospel of Luke. My spiritual director has advised that I always be reading either one of the Gospels or aRead more »

Not a Garden Gnome: Understanding St. Francis

The name, St. Francis, is on everyone’s lips these days – ever since our new Holy Father took Francis as his official name. With thisRead more »

Getting muddy…

John 13:3-17 So, during supper, fully aware that the Father had put everything into his power and that he had come from God and wasRead more »

Please Place It on My Heart!

Place what on your heart, you must be thinking? Shhh, calmate {that’s Spanish for shhh}. I’ll get there soon enough. Let meRead more »

Carrying the Cross Into Battle

A cradle Catholic, I chose to write about abortion for a high school English assignment. Bold and confident, I stood at the front of theRead more »

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