St. Maximilian Kolbe
So…I couldn’t resist starting our giveaway today. Why?
In case you haven’t noticed, our blogRead more »
In this day & age it seems that Catholics most specifically, but all Christians really, are so scared of public dislike that they seeRead more »
Ten years ago, I converted to Catholicism from atheism. I’m often frustrated that most Catholic apologetics materials are geared towardRead more »
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 »
“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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
When I had my son, I was all about breastfeeding. I was eager for the bonding that would come from our time together, and I was happy thatRead more »
On January 31, 2010 I gave birth to two beautiful baby girls 8 weeks early. Although one of them never came home, I owe every moment IRead more »
“Behold, children are a gift of the Lord; The fruit of the womb is a reward.” Psalms 127:3
Early in our 37 year marriage, my husband and IRead more »
So, last time I posted it was the jackhammers. I know you’re dying for an update – so I have to say it is getting a littleRead more »
Have you ever thought about what it would have been like if Mary hadn’t been sinless? After pondering on Jesus’sRead more »
On this, the ten year anniversary of 9/11, we remember those who have gone before us. God, have mercy on us!
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I plucked a red pepper out of the garden yesterday. It was well formed with rounded quadrants at the top and bottom. The skin was soft,Read more »
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