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EGG-straordinary Lenten Rosary Project for your Family

I’ve been reflecting on Lent for the past week and how I am going to observe this time of penance, alms giving, and prayer. MyRead more »

“Waiting… I hate waiting.”

Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat [or drink], or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life moreRead more »

Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread

The Lord’s Prayer, as taught to us by our Savior, seems simplistic on the surface – yet is profound and multi-faceted in its message. OneRead more »

Gifts From the Muck

I’ve written before about my journey with Infertility, and I’ve tried to always be candid about the pain of carrying the cross that God hasRead more »

Lourdes and Our Lady

In the Jubilee year of 2000, my husband, Joe, and I were able to go on a short pilgrimage to the Marian Shrine in Lourdes. We went with ourRead more »

Commuting at 73 Prayers Per Trip

I’ve decided to use my 35-mile commute to the best spiritual advantage: Instead of sleepily listening to music or the news,Read more »

Respond with grace…

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

Babies are Always Welcome

My Husband and I recently announced our second pregnancy. You can read more about our first daughter here, but long story short, she diedRead more »

Welcome! Come on In!

Quick! What would you do if Christ showed up at your front door? If you’re anything like me you’d say “I knew that I should have gotten upRead more »

Spiritual Do-Over

He said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for power is made perfect in weakness.” I will rather boast most gladly of myRead 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 »

Note to Self: Age with Joy

If I’m going to run the race, I want to finish well.  As soon as the end is in sight, I want to push myself even harder and faster untilRead more »

Confessions of a Recovering Lesbian

One of the most controversial teachings of Catholicism is its teaching on homosexuality. According to the Catechism of the CatholicRead more »