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We Will Remember: How Being Chained to An Abortion Table Saved a Life

This month marks the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Once again on January 22nd, tens of thousands will march on Washington to commemorateRead more »

Angela’s Song: A Novel about Love, Hope, and Faith

In October of 2012 our very own AnnMarie Creedon published her first novel with Full Quiver Publishing entitled, Angela’s Song.  ARead more »

The Blessed Mother: From Accepting the Teachings to Loving the Lady

When I stood before the altar at the Easter vigil eight years ago and answered, “I do (believe all that the Holy Catholic Church teachesRead more »

Choosing a Patron, Or The Patron That Chooses You

My family and I attended an Epiphany story time at our local Catholic bookstore recently. It was wonderful, and all seven of us had a greatRead more »

Decluttering and Organizing – My Soul

I’m on a mission this year.  THIS will be the year that we organize the house – a place for everything and everything in its place.  NoRead more »

The Road Not Taken…. A Path to Sainthood

I’m pretty sure that most kids, when asked, would not claim to want to be a saint when they grow up. They may choose a police officer, aRead more »

Holy Mother of God: A Litany for Women

For the Solemnity of Mary, The Holy Mother of God, January 1, 2013. For Carla, because she showed us how to follow the Blessed VirginRead more »

Betty or Veronica?

In mainstream culture, this question is presented to us females as: What kind of girl are you?  What kind of girl do you want to be? Read more »

A Light in the Darkness

“The people who sit in darkness have seen a great light, on those dwelling in a land overshadowed by death light has arisen” MattRead more »

A Holy Family – Thoughts on Procreation and Christian Marriage

Pray for us, O Holy Family. The Catholic Church’s stance against birth control has catapulted to the forefront of today’s news, as it isRead more »

A Doctor, Teacher…or Sister?

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 »

Fishers of Men: The Board Game

In our little “School of Joseph”, named by my oldest preschooler, we try to focus on a Bible story a week. During letter ‘F’ week, IRead more »

Make Straight Your Paths…Love is on Its Way

Some background: My mother-in-law passed away the day after Thanksgiving.  My husband is an only child, and she was a single mom.  She hadRead more »

The Immaculate Conception: Christ’s First Gift to Mary His Mother

One of the most beautiful scenes that God, through nature, provides us with are sunrises.  At the distant horizon you see before arising aRead more »

Just A Mom and Her Internet

Do you ever ask yourself whether it is alright to stay plugged-in to the internet? I have struggled with this question since I was firstRead more »

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