I am a Cradle Catholic. From the moment I was conceived, I was meant to be Catholic and I feel very fortunate because of this. Having saidRead more »
Earth’s crammed with heaven
And every common brush afire with God;
But only he who see takes off his shoes.
The rest sitRead more »
Have you ever wondered how God can love you so much even though you are a sinner? It’s hard to imagine someone loving us even when we’veRead more »
This is the third of a 12-part, once-a-month series on the Fruits of the Holy Spirit. This month’s fruit is PEACE . Be sure to see previousRead more »
I am in mourning. No, no one close to me has died, there has been no divorce – no loss of home or means of income. My loss relates to myRead more »
As I read and sweat my way through Church teachings, referencing and verifying as I considered what She taught and why, the Real PresenceRead more »
It’s February… the month where as a society we “celebrate” love. Of course society’s version of love and our Catholic understanding ofRead more »
It’s February 2nd… again.
Remember that fabulous Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell movie? Bill Murray’s characterRead more »
Do you view your marriage as a vocation? Do you see it as a means of bringing your life into greater holiness? What about the people aroundRead more »
In October of 2012 our very own AnnMarie Creedon published her first novel with Full Quiver Publishing entitled, Angela’s Song. ARead more »
In the spirit of the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, which was celebrated yesterday, my heart has been on this first baptism and theRead more »
Catholics… we are very particular creatures. Those of us who try, every day, a little bit harder, to be that which we are called toRead more »
Today is the day our Lord is born – Alleluia!! Scripture for Christmas can be found at the USCCB’s website.
In the same spiritRead more »
Ring-a-ling-a-ling goes the bell as stalwart souls stand in the cold, next to the familiar red kettle beseeching passersby to give almsRead more »
As parents, we have heard the conversation a thousand times. Our little ones talk about what they want to be when they grow up. WeRead more »
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