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Mass Changes: Children, Catalogs, Construction, and more

Is your life full of change of some sort or another? Does change stress you out or do you easily accept it? Change is one of those thingsRead more »

Ponder in your heart

It’s well known that it’s easier to see problems in others than yourself. After all, we can justify anything to ourselves, butRead more »

Lose 20 Pounds by Christmas

I know what sells magazines.  Tell people how they can look and feel better than their neighbor as defined by our secular and materialisticRead more »

Life is a Gift

I’m a deep thinker. I love to mull things over. I love to look at a problem from multiple sides. I love to contemplate big topics. ThisRead more »

The Gift of Baptism

I was raised by a mother who understood love best in giving and receiving gifts.  Each treasure was meticulously chosen, prepared, and, atRead more »

Splendid Sundays

Did you know that through Sunday Mass, nearly the entire Bible is covered in the three year cycle of readings? As part of our bloggingRead more »

Wannabe

I admit readily that I am and always have been a wannabe. I became aware of this fact about fiveRead more »

The “thank you for reading our blog” giveaway!

St. Maximilian Kolbe So…I couldn’t resist starting our giveaway today. Why?  In case you haven’t noticed, our blogRead more »

Unapologetic Apologetics

In this day & age it seems that Catholics most specifically, but all Christians really, are so scared of public dislike that they seeRead more »

Evangelizing Atheists: Part 1

Ten years ago, I converted to Catholicism from atheism. I’m often frustrated that most Catholic apologetics materials are geared towardRead more »

Power Outages

There doesn’t seem to be much in this day and age that elicits as deep of an emotional response as a power outage. I’m sure you know theRead more »

God vs Overpopulation

“And God blessed them, saying : increase and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it and rule over the fishes of the sea and theRead more »

Mom, I’m Sorry…

A blur of green and a crash, followed by a sad-faced eight-year-old coming into the kitchen holding one of my Willow Tree figures… ItRead more »

Splendid Sundays

Did you know every three years we read nearly the entire Bible through Mass? As part of our blogging schedule, we have agreed as a groupRead more »

Principles for a Peaceful, Pleasant Marriage

My husband came home from work the other day and told me that a younger, unmarried coworker asked him if he liked being married.  IRead more »