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Adrienne is a cradle Catholic married to a devout Evangelical Christian. They have been married eleven years and have three beautiful blessings, one boy and two girls. She spends her days homesechooling the kiddos and enjoys Catholic apologetics and photography. As a former Software Engineer, writing in the English language is not her strong suit, but she’s trying her best at Catholic Sistas, well, because they let her.

Linking Confession and Purgatory [Part 2]

In Part 1 of this two part series entitled Linking Confession and Purgatory, I explained the nature of the soul, one’sRead more »

Linking Confession and Purgatory [Part 1]

For 2,000 years the Catholic Church has preached the necessity of Confession and of the existence of Purgatory. I have noticed that whenRead more »

Not Feeling Saintly

Earth, Purgatory, Heaven As I write this, it is All Saints’ Day, and I’m not feeling saintly.  My Facebook newsfeed todayRead more »

Latin

What are your thoughts on the use of Latin in our Catholic Masses? In the ninetieth century, Fr. Michael Muller defended the use ofRead more »

Be Transformed by a Saint Book

Every morning, our homeschool day begins with me reading aloud to the kids from a book about a saint.  Oh, how rich these storiesRead more »

Promote Planned Parenthood Alternatives

As your eyes water and your heart breaks while your news feed fills with undercover video after undercover video exposing the bowels ofRead more »

Trumping God by Controlling Birth

Ever wonder how birth control exists if God is the Author of Life and has the power to do anything according to His Will? The AlmightyRead more »

Classically Catholic Memory Review For Homeschoolers

It is that time of year again where we are wrapping up this school year and contemplating our approach for next year in our homeschoolingRead more »

“Mom, I don’t believe” Update

This is an update on my article a year ago about my then nine year old son struggling with believing in God (linked here).  The articleRead more »

Daily Mass and the Acts 2 Church

The Upper Room of the Last Supper and Pentecost in Jeruselem There is a phrase that runs around non-Catholic Christian circles, whereRead more »

My Anastasius

Pondering Over the years, as friend after friend had experienced miscarriage I wondered why it is God not only allows it, but allows it soRead more »

As a Catholic American You Are Compelled to Vote Today

“I, as your pastor, am asking you therefore first of all to vote, which is your duty.  It is your duty as a Catholic and it is yourRead more »

In Defense of Halloween

Amongst Christians there is a debate on whether it is fine or demonic to participate in Halloween. I’ve watched a few videos of ChristiansRead more »

On Video Proof, Oral Tradition and Written Tradition

1st Generation iPhone, 2007 In 2007 Apple launched the iPhone, and at the time it was the best device of its kind to easily take and shareRead more »

Thankful for Pink, Glitter, Princesses and Ballerinas

A Halloween costume advertisement that depicts well what I’m talking about.   My husband and I have been blessed with a boy andRead more »