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TooMuchInformation

Too Much Information: The Race to Learn the Faith

by: Michelle SchroederWe do need to know about our faith in order to live it and spread it. It’s a great idea to devote some time eachRead more »

The Art of Letting Go

The Art of Letting Go

by: Michelle HamelI find myself frequently bringing my feelings of fear and sadness to God over this process of letting go. I know that HeRead more »

When Healing Hurts How I Almost Lost My Faith

When Healing Hurts: How I Almost Lost My Faith.

by: Sarah BaileyI rejoice in a God who loves me. God humbles and challenges me through unanswered prayers for miraculous healing. YetRead more »

She Wasn't Invisible

She Wasn’t Invisible

by: Lynette BryantIt has been said the eyes are the windows to the soul. I only held her gaze for less than a minute, but the look in herRead more »

Offer It Up

Offer It Up! The Sanctification of Suffering

by: Sarah AntonioThis Lent, it’s not too late to choose to offer some small, painful sacrifice to Christ. Unite it to His PassionRead more »

Suffering in Running Brings us Closer to Christ

Suffering in Running Brings us Closer to Christ

by: RandiChrist had a passionate journey that ultimately led to the world’s salvation. Sit with that for a minute. About RandiRandi is aRead more »

And with One Bite Gods Plan Unfolds

And With One Bite, God’s Plan Unfolds

by: Linda DeliaThis anxiety is real and bringing it to the table, literally, opens up a door for prayer. In researching the word anxiety,Read more »

Behind the Cinder Blocks, jail, ministry, corporal works of mercy, www.catholicsistas.com

Behind the Cinder Blocks…

by: Alyssa AzulI was under the impression that I would be be praying with the inmates through a screen of some sort. Imagine the look onRead more »

The Blessing of Annulment

UNYOKED: The Blessing of Annulment

by: Celeste BowenThe preceding breakdown of a marriage, the final break down that led to the divorce, and the aftermath can leave a personRead more »

Unless He's Addicted

…Unless He’s Addicted

by: guestI yelled at God. I prayed that he let me die. Then I prayed that he make my husband die. God clearly did not want my husband toRead more »

Lenten Lessons Learned

Lenten Lessons Learned

by: Lydia BraggRounding out Day Seven of Lent, I saw a tiny note scribbled in the margin: “Progress, not perfection.” I know I am notRead more »

It Takes A Village

It Takes a Village

by: Devon Wattam“How am I ever going to teach them enough, challenge them enough, and nurture them enough to help them grow into theRead more »

In Defence of the Man with One Talent

In Defence of the Man with One Talent

by: Antonia GoddardI have always felt a certain affinity for the Man with One Talent. I am fortunate to have been blessed with decentRead more »

Lent & Confession: Growing Closer to Christ

Lent & Confession: Growing Closer to Christ

by: Anni HarryI was once told to pray for the person I was struggling to like and respect. I didn’t want to pray for them, but IRead more »

When You Say You Love Me

When You Say You Love Me

by: Lynette BryantWe humans have a significant handicap when it comes to love. Our fallen human nature will forever prohibit us from beingRead more »