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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 »

23 Ways Society Lies to Catholic Women

Society tries so hard to feed women lies about our self worth. What makes it worse is that the comments directed to Catholic womenRead more »

October- The Most Holy Rosary

October is the month dedicated to the Most Holy Rosary! One of the most popular devotions ever conceived in the Church has to be the MostRead more »

Lectio Divina: Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time (2016)

Before we begin this week’s lectio divina practice, please have this Sunday’s Gospel reading in front of you. For each of the four sectionsRead more »

Old and Pregnant

I have known so many women who have experienced pregnancy loss and miscarriage. I never in a million years thought I would be one of them.Read more »

Faithful Citizenship Decision 2016

We are approximately 3 weeks away from what is arguably the most intense election cycle our country has ever dealt with. The intensity hasRead more »

What to Say When a Friend Miscarries

The loss of a child during pregnancy can be one of the most devastating events in a person’s life. Not only do you lose your child but youRead more »

Time for the Rosary

Time for the Rosary

Do you have time for the Rosary?  Many years ago, our family began saying the rosary together daily.  Our children were small,Read more »

Witness to Confirmation

This weekend’s Confirmation Mass began with a bit of excitement and a late start. Our bishop came pealing into the parking lot from aRead more »

Lectio Divina: Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time (2016)

This coming Sunday’s Gospel reading is a familiar story. One of the things I most like about lectio divina is the chance to read and prayRead more »

To Say Their Names

Our names are important. Even if we share the same name as someone else, our names are still uniquely our own. If someone said, “Tell meRead more »

St. Francis Treasure Box DIY

Tomorrow we celebrate the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi!  Children, and adults alike, find St. Francis easy to love especiallyRead more »

Lectio Divina: Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time (2016)

This coming Sunday’s Gospel passage can be found at the USCCB website HERE. Have it handy and read along with this post. If you need aRead more »

Thy Will Be Done

When I was a child it never failed that people would inquire what I wanted to be when I was grown. I think it is a question every adultRead more »