This is the ninth of a series of posts reflecting line-by-line on the Anima Christi.
“From the malicious enemy, defend me.”
Every SundayRead more »
Nuestra Señora del Santisimo Rosario by Damian Domingo (1790-1832)
Today is the Memorial for Our Lady of the Rosary. It’s a great dayRead more »
::disclaimer:: This post is not intended to cause distress toward those who suffer from eating disorders. The title may inadvertentlyRead more »
Do you have a set prayer time each day? I’m thinking of individual time for you with God. Family prayer time (if you do that in yourRead more »
One year ago God invited me on a spiritual journey. I remember praying and asking Him if He was sure this was what He wanted me to do. IRead more »
In part one of this series on purgatory, we talked about what purgatory is and why it’s logical (and biblical) that we need to be purifiedRead more »
This is the sixth in a series of posts reflecting line-by-line on the Anima Christi.
“O good Jesus, hear me.”
How often do I hear, “Mom,Read more »
This is the fifth in a series of posts reflecting line-by-line on the Anima Christi.
It’s all about the cross ~ A crucifix, that is. CrossRead more »
As I sat beside my father-in-law’s bedside, holding his hand while he lay with labored breathing, my head rested on the blanket and IRead more »
Growing up in the Catholic Church I was taught to pray simple prayers like the Our Father, the Hail Mary, and the Glory Be. In ourRead more »
Jesus, I trust in You.
Five little words, but five powerful words. These words alone are often what I use when I am in need of comfort fromRead more »
We turned off the windy country road onto a gravel drive. As we started up the hill I looked around at my surroundings. I would be spendingRead more »
This Lent has been a particularly fruitful time for me. I cannot remember another one in recent memory when I have remained so focused onRead more »
It was a bright spring day in May. Only two weeks left before summer vacation, and my first overnight school trip with my oldest was laterRead more »
Fridays are full of feelings- anticipation, accomplishment, exhaustion, and, yes, sorrow. For me, it is the end of a packed week of gettingRead more »
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