Over the last year of married life, I’ve come to learn a lot about myself, my husband, and my relationship with God. I’ve also come to realise that anyone and everyone has an opinion on the above, and many have decided to share them with … Continue readingWhat Not to Say to a Catholic Newlywed (Whether You’re Catholic or Not)
I tried to imagine watching everything my boys did through Ben’s eyes, and suddenly the sting of deployment washed away. God was providing. Homecoming Day is here. … Continue readingHomecoming Day: The Long-Awaited Reward After a 7 Month Deployment
Boys whose fathers are addicted are more likely to display aggressive behavior than fathers who are not addicted.
Conversation tends toward one topic.
Inability to give up control.
Never sick. … Continue readingThe Addiction that Slowly Kills Families
Note: This is not an article about what the Church teaches about homosexuality or gay marriage. I’m just focusing on take-aways Catholics can have from the month of June as “Pride Month.” I believe very strongly that Catholics are called to acknowledge and affirm the … Continue readingSeven Things Catholics Can Learn from Pride
The preceding breakdown of a marriage, the final break down that led to the divorce, and the aftermath can leave a person of faith feeling stripped bare, raw, and even sometimes traumatized. … Continue readingUNYOKED: The Blessing of Annulment