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Respond with grace…

Oooh-wee!   The Catholic Blogosphere is all worked up, aren’t we? HHS!  PP!  SGK!  (LOL… better keep up onRead more »

Proud to be Catholic

Pride is a complex development in all human nature.  The plethora of connotations of pride confuses common man.  Pride is referred to asRead more »

Longhorns Lovin’ the Lord (an update on FOCUS at the University of Texas-Austin)

First of all, please forgive my completely cheesy, alliterated title. But you have to admit; it’s just too perfect. If you’ve beenRead more »

The 2012 How *TO* Evangelize Guide Every Catholic Needs To Read

So now that we’ve gotten through two rounds of talking about how not to evangelize, I thought I would conclude with some ways toRead more »

Save the baby humans!

”This ancient offering is the purpose of her journey – of her whole life. She is a mother. She has triumphed. She will not beRead more »

What If His People Prayed….and acted?

My 8 year old made this sign for the 40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil. Long before I became a Catholic Christian, I was a huge fan ofRead more »

A Response to “Why I Hate Religion but Love Jesus” by Jefferson Bethke

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IAhDGYlpqY?feature=player_embedded&w=640&h=360] “A video has been making the roundsRead more »

Remembering the Innocents

This past week our Right to Life group held a candlelight memorial service in remembrance of all the babies and mothers lost toRead more »

The 2012 Non-Evangelizing Guide Every Catholic Needs To Read – part deux

So, if you read the first installment of this series that’s guaranteed to scare people from the Faith and tick them off and possiblyRead more »

New Year’s luck: let Jesus be your ‘Dumbo feather’!

Happy New Year! Black-eye peas for prosperity, noodles for long life, ham for progress, cabbage for riches – these are some of theRead more »

The 2012 Non-Evangelizing Guide Every Catholic Needs To Read

Today’s post is an intro into a two {or three} part series depending on how feisty and “write-y” I feel this week aboutRead more »

Don’t Pull Your Sister’s Hair This Christmas

My husband and I are recent converts to the Catholic Faith.  We are passionate, we are excited, and we are the only Catholics in ourRead more »

Cinderella Story?

Cinderella story? Well, sort of… Love at first sight? Maybe. All I know is the first night I met my husband I was smitten. We talked forRead more »

Thanksgiving in the Eucharist: Reflections on the Gospel of John 6

Pope Benedict XVI celebrates the mass The word Eucharist literally means “thanksgiving” and since tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day in theRead more »

Give Thanks, Give Your Life

It’s November! And while the air is filled with the smell of pumpkin spice, falling leaves and pigskin footballs, we, along with our familyRead more »