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Author Archives: Michelle Fritz

Michelle Fritz is a daughter of God, a cradle Catholic, a Georgia peach, a devoted wife of almost 30 years to amazing husband Mike, and an eclectic homeschooling mother to eleven living children. She has experienced the loss of 16 babies in her call to be open to life, but knows that God is always loving and always gracious. She and her husband know that they have an army of Saints already in heaven! In addition to her vocation as wife, mom, and homeschool teacher she also holds a Masters in Theology and has recently taken on the role of Youth Minister for both the middle school and high school groups at her parish.

At the Foot of the Cross

Many years ago, when I had many small children and no one to really help me through Mass, I was blessed one Sunday to be able to attendRead more »

Why We Remember

On this day we remember those who have fought for our land and our freedom.  It is with great honor and respect that we dedicate this dayRead more »

Waiting on a Train Going Anywhere

When I was a child my family had a lake house that we would go to on the weekends.  The hour and a half drive there always seemed to takeRead more »

When Mary Comes to Visit

I am prefacing this post to remind all our readers of the Catholic Church’s teaching regarding Marian apparitions.  The Church teaches thatRead more »

No Greater Love than This: Part 2

Back in November I shared with our readers that I was expecting our 11th child.  It was not an ordinary pregnancy announcement. It wasRead more »

What to do When Your Child Becomes Possessed

Oh, wait, that title should read, “Help! I Have a Teenager Now!” Of course, it might seem one in the same though. A funny thing seems toRead more »

Christ’s Gift

Yesterday marked the most important day in all of the Christian faith… the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  This is theRead more »

I am Barabbas

I remember the day as if it was yesterday and yet it was many, many years ago.  I stood with the rest of the congregation for the readingRead more »

Lent: A Time of True Change and Hope

Three years ago on March 2, 2010 we were experiencing blizzard-like conditions here in Georgia.  I remember vividly driving into Atlanta,Read more »

A Penitent Heart

Have you ever wondered how God can love you so much even though you are a sinner?  It’s hard to imagine someone loving us even when we’veRead more »

Falling In Love

It’s February… the month where as a society we “celebrate” love.   Of course society’s version of love and our Catholic understanding ofRead more »

Come, Holy Spirit, and Give Us Joy

This is the second of a 12-part, once-a-month series on the Fruits of the Holy Spirit. This month’s fruit is JOY. Be sure to see previousRead more »

Angela’s Song: A Novel about Love, Hope, and Faith

In October of 2012 our very own AnnMarie Creedon published her first novel with Full Quiver Publishing entitled, Angela’s Song.  ARead more »

The Road Not Taken…. A Path to Sainthood

I’m pretty sure that most kids, when asked, would not claim to want to be a saint when they grow up. They may choose a police officer, aRead more »

I Bought All This Bread and Milk for Nothing?

If you are a Southerner you know that if the weather man is calling for any kind of winter storm that it is your duty to rush to the storeRead more »

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