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Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?

 A few weeks ago we did something we’ve never done before…  we invited our priest over for lunch.  He was going to bless our houseRead more »

Giving Up (Birth) Control

In a world where we are able to control everything from the temperature of our water to our exact shade of blonde, it is no wonder thatRead more »

A Tribute to a Living Saint

Have you ever had one of those people in your life who you just could not live without and who has had such a profound impact on you and onRead more »

The Story of a Stubborn Cow {And Why God Seeks to Win Our Hearts}

My parents were taking a trip out of town and needed someone to care for their animals for the 3 days they would be away. When my momRead more »

The Frontline

I am Catholic. While I find the “I am Mormon” campaign a little quirky, I also get it. The billboards, the t-shirts, the commercials areRead more »

From Agnostic Theist to Seminarian: Part 2

Catholic Sistas welcomes the second installment of seminarian Craig DeYoung’s beautiful conversion story. You can read the first partRead more »

Listen to Your Mother

“You’re the end of the rainbow, my pot of gold, you’re Daddy’s little girl, to have and to hold,” my mother would sing to me. But we knewRead more »

From Agnostic Theist to Seminarian: Part 1

Catholic Sistas debuts its first post from a priest-in-training! Today, seminarian Craig DeYoung shares the first part of his journey fromRead more »

Sometimes Moms Need Their Mother, Too

Some 2000 years ago a young woman gave her yes to God.  With that yes came great joy, because when you truly follow God’s will forRead more »

An Average Day in the Pew

I trudge down the steps, diaper bag slung over my shoulder and the baby in my arms. Four little feet clomp behind me. “1, 2, 3, 4!” I hear.Read more »

Why You Don’t Have to Use NFP

{disclaimer: I realize that NFP is not always used to avoid pregnancy, but can also be used for medical awareness and to help achieveRead more »

Chivalry Is Dead: It Collided With My Stroller

I never understood why the women of my mom’s generation had the urge to roar. There’s something to the old ways, where men andRead more »

30 Things Every Mother Should Have and Should Know

The other day, a friend posted this article entitled “Turning 30: 30 Things Every Woman Should Have And Should Know” (and this may be theRead more »

Sisters of Life Liven Up Texas

Have you ever experienced heaven on earth? Sometimes it’s in a little white host, sometimes it’s in the face of the homelessRead more »

Of Nail Polish and Elbow Grease

Palm Sunday morning, I woke up to the clinking of bottles in the master bathroom. I thought nothing of it until I rose from my bed andRead more »

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