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GIVEAWAY: A Catholic Jesse Tree Ornament Set!

It’s Advent 2016!  Happy New Liturgical Year, Sistas!  Advent is my *favorite* time of year and we are still adding to ourRead more »

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! Yesterday we began the new liturgical year within the Church. It is an exciting time to say the least! As we begin ourRead more »

Bring Them a Meal!

In July, we moved to a new city and joined an amazing parish. Less than three weeks ago, I had our fifth child. While I was still in theRead more »

Our God is Here

The Mass three weekend’s ago was perfect. Of course, every Mass is technically perfect, but this one felt like the beginningRead more »

2016 Advent Photo Challenge

Advent begins in less than 1 week! At Catholic Sistas we love helping you prepare for and reflect on the liturgicalRead more »

Lectio Divina: The Feast of Christ the King (2016)

I have never mentioned it in these posts, but most of the time I do my lectio divina prayer time in preparation for this article in frontRead more »

When I am overwhelmed…

There are many ways in which we all deal with stress, we all experience that feeling that life is just too much and the feeling ofRead more »

Wearing the {Catholic} Homeschool Mask

Today I had a scheduled dentist appointment for a cleaning. I don’t usually look forward to trips to the dentist but today it wasRead more »

Blessed Are the Peacemakers

As this historic election winds down, I am at a loss for words. I can’t articulate the emotions I have felt over the past months andRead more »

The Official 2016 Catholic Christmas Gift Guide & Giveaway!

It’s here! Our annual Catholic Christmas Gift Guide & Giveaway! This year we wanted to feature more local artisans and smallRead more »

Fly the W

Fly the W (But Please Lose the L)

I live in the Midwest.  I grew up with WGN and the Cubs playing in the background all summer long.  Hot summer afternoons weRead more »

Homemade Saint Bookmarks

Have you begun your Christmas list-making yet?  In our family we like to challenge ourselves to make as many of our gifts eachRead more »

Lectio Divina: Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time (2016)

Lectio divina is a truly powerful prayer. It’s a prayer with a formula to follow rather than specific words to say and meditate on. InRead more »

Marry Him and Be Submissive: A Book Review

I wasn’t quite sure what to think of this book when I was asked to review it. But as I read the description and learned that it had causedRead more »

Rest, Don’t Quit

Catholic women work hard. Understatement of the millennium, right? We nourish and nurture relationships, create and raise precious lives,Read more »