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Here I am Lord Broken

Here I am, Lord…Broken

Who knew that these weekly visits would become my number one most important survival tool? It was as if Jesus timed my discovery ofRead more »

Of Note – November 2019

Are you looking for articles of interest, or of note, that can really satisfy your liturgical living? Look no further as Ink SlingerRead more »

The Gift of the Rosary

The Gift of the Rosary

My very first rosary was given to me by my grandmother when I was around 5 years old, It was blessed in Rome and had a strong but naturalRead more »

The Holy Souls Need Your Prayers

The Holy Souls Need Your Prayers

The Catholic Church teaches after death; the holy souls can no longer earn merit through prayer or good works; therefore, they cannotRead more »

Build One Another Up

Build One Another Up

26 years ago my husband, Chris, and I decided to take the leap and swim the Tiber. He suggested we start praying for God to place peopleRead more »

Your Catholic Birthing Center Experience (from a Fifth Time Birthing Center Mom to Eight)

Your Catholic Birthing Center Experience (from a Fifth Time Birthing Center Mom to Eight)

Well, soon to be eight kids, anyway. ? So…first…MY Catholic birthing center experience/s.* ? *I do not actually birth in aRead more »

The Rosary is Boring (and that’s actually pretty great)

Sometimes people complain that “the Rosary is boring.” And yeah, sometimes I would have to agree. The scripted words. The stanzas ofRead more »

Tastiest Squidgeyest Yummiest Chocolate Cookies

Tastiest Squidgeyest Yummiest Chocolate Cookies that are Sure to Get You into Heaven

Baking for others is one of my favourite projects, and I believe there’s no better way to show your love for your neighbour than by bakingRead more »

Your Ultimate 2019 Pregnancy & Infant Loss Resource Guide

Your Ultimate 2019 Pregnancy & Infant Loss Resource Guide

Each year, on October 15 – National Pregnancy & Infant Loss Day, Catholic Sistas has made it a priority to share the vast andRead more »

The Devil is in the Details

The Devil is in the Details

You may wonder why our Church gives us those specific rules about what qualifies as Mass attendance when our Lord clearly demands more?Read more »

16 Things You Need in Your Kids Mass Bag

16 Things You NEED in Your Kids’ Mass Bag

But do you have a Mass bag? Oftentimes, we are asking ourselves the following each Sunday before we leave for church or in the parkingRead more »

Running - My Holy Hour

Running – My Holy Hour

My running has felt a little flat recently. I’ve been struggling to just feel decent on my runs let alone good. My legs feel heavyRead more »

A Teacup of Grace is Enough

A Teacup of Grace is Enough

Similar to the British, the French also have an afternoon teatime they call “le Goûter,” which consists of tea and sweets toRead more »

Of Note–October 2019

Let’s get brutally honest here. Are you team pumpkin spice or apple cider? Me? I’m a lover of all things that taste or smellRead more »

Spiritual lessons my caregivers teach me

Spiritual Lessons my Caregivers Taught Me

These people would help with daily living skills. They would be known as my caregivers. I am grateful for everyone…they taught meRead more »

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