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NavigatingMarriageAtItsWorst

Navigating Marriage at its Worst

by: guestHow had we gotten to where we were? Why did two people so in love fall so far apart? And the love we once had for each other wasRead more »

A Visit from Upstairs, www.catholicsistas.com

A Visit from Upstairs

by: Alyssa AzulMy intention for going to this congress was to escape. Burnt out by my service in my ministry, as well as frustrated withRead more »

YourOfficial2019ProLifeResourcestoMarchto

Your Official 2019 Pro-Life Resources To March To

by: Martina KreitzerThis year is no different in that regard, but we also want to include a short primer on the best pro-life resourcesRead more »

Unyoked - Healing after Divorce

Unyoked: Healing after Divorce – A 2019 Catholic Sistas Series

by: Celeste BowenIf you happen to be a faithfully practicing Catholic, and are also a divorcee, you may experience a certain awkwardnessRead more »

RELATABLE-LoveActually

Relatable: Love, Actually – A 2019 Catholic Sistas Series about Marriage

by: Martina KreitzerWhat about the Catholic who still believes in the sanctity of marriage, including its permanence? Is it even possibleRead more »

LonelinessisaCognitiveError

Loneliness is a Cognitive Error

by: MistyToday, feelings are too often viewed as your truest guide in life: “Follow your heart,” we’re told. “Do what feels right.” ButRead more »

TheDamagingEffectsofMakingExcuses

The Damaging Effects of Making Excuses

by: Martina KreitzerWas it coincidental that it came about when I decided to pray a 54 day novena to St. Joseph? Was it that God knew myRead more »

Dearest Sisters…Please Pray with Me

Is there anything more motivating than the love we have for our children? I think God does that on purpose. How sanctifying it is to be aRead more »

Consecration to the Blessed Virgin Mary: 9 Tips for Spiritual Success

It’s Christmas Eve, sisters! With today being the vigil of Our Lord’s birth, I can’t think of a better way to thank JesusRead more »

Reflections on the Nativity

by: Maurisa MayerleI’ve been reading Saint Francis de Sales Introduction to the Devote Life and applying some his proscribedRead more »

DotheThingYouHatefortheHolySoulsinPurgatory

Do the Thing You Hate for the Holy Souls in Purgatory

by: Martina KreitzerLike, if you EVER – and I mean E-VAH – saw me doing this, you should probably look for the four horsemenRead more »

My Baby’s Vocation: Reflecting on Pregnancy with the Benedictus

How do you even describe pregnancy? I’m 28 weeks pregnant. TWENTY-EIGHT WEEKS.  This baby is coming, and she is coming SOON. Read more »

MarriageIsHard - So Here's Some Advice You Can Use

Marriage is Hard, So Here’s Some Advice You Can Use

by: Martina KreitzerWe’ve all seen marriage in its many forms, I’m guessing. But if you aren’t actually married –Read more »

God’s Final Act of Mercy: A Reminder to Remember the Faithful Departed This November

by: Anni HarryOnly when I came back to the Church a few years ago did I hear the phrase, “Eternal Rest grant unto them, O Lord; and, mayRead more »

America the Divisive

America the Divisive

by: Rita SuvaThe past week or so has been hard for Americans. It’s been divisive. It’s dredged up difficult memories for some. It’s madeRead more »