…And Fall, Winter, and Spring brides,too. For various reasons, June is known as the month of weddings. Wedded bliss has been on my mindRead more »
Marriage is one of the cornerstones of our Catholic faith. Marriage is the union of one man and one woman. This partnership brings man andRead more »
Magic is defined by inexplicability and the seeming impossible is possible. Mystery is the unknowable. One of the aspects of CatholicismRead more »
My husband and I have been married for almost 6 years. We have 4 small children. And last week, we both graduated from college.
We bothRead more »
Last October I wrote a post under this same title: The Catechism at Random. It’s an interesting exercise to use the random number generatorRead more »
Approaching the big day, my daughter started her countdown. “Mom, this is the last Sunday that I won’t be able to receive Communion.”Read more »
Tobit is one of ancient Israel’s holy books, full of romance, suffering, mystery, and rebellion all wrapped around passionate prayers andRead more »
I’ve been pregnant six times and only once announced the pregnancy to friends and family in a creative way. So in honor ofRead more »
I’m writing today to all the single Sistas. Girls, it is so hard to be single. It is hard because it can feel like there’s notRead more »
For the leader. A psalm of David.
LORD, You have probed me, You know me:
You know when I sit and stand; You understand myRead more »
We often associate the term “vocation” with our priests or those discerning a call to the priesthood. What we often overlook is that we allRead more »
Let’s have a little catechtical fun for this installment of 7 Quick Takes!! I asked the other ink slingers to help me identify 7Read more »
“I only wish that Catholics would really cherish the word ‘is’ even though science cannot say anything about it.”Read more »
::Pulled from the Catholic Sistas archives, this post originally featured on August 22, 2011::
“What was the best day of your life?”
It’s aRead more »
Being an individual can be fun, but God asks us to worship in common.
Maybe it was just me. But as a Protestant, I squirmed when it cameRead more »
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