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Here I am Lord Broken

Here I am, Lord…Broken

by: guestWho knew that these weekly visits would become my number one most important survival tool? It was as if Jesus timed my discoveryRead more »

Your Catholic Birthing Center Experience (from a Fifth Time Birthing Center Mom to Eight)

Your Catholic Birthing Center Experience (from a Fifth Time Birthing Center Mom to Eight)

Well, soon to be eight kids, anyway. ? So…first…MY Catholic birthing center experience/s.* ? *I do not actually birth in aRead more »

Your Ultimate 2019 Pregnancy & Infant Loss Resource Guide

Your Ultimate 2019 Pregnancy & Infant Loss Resource Guide

by: Martina KreitzerEach year, on October 15 – National Pregnancy & Infant Loss Day, Catholic Sistas has made it a priority toRead more »

How I Love My Spouse Well Enough

How I Love My Spouse Well Enough

by: Martina KreitzerThrough the years, our communication method would became dated. What once seemed sufficient enough to convey wants andRead more »

On the Choosing, Keeping, and Caring of Catholic Godparents

On the Choosing, Keeping, and Caring of Catholic Godparents

by: Maurisa MayerleChoosing good godparents is an important part of planning a Catholic baptism. A godparent must be a Catholic in goodRead more »

Community, Detachment, and Military Moves

The military is a beautiful, unique vocation.  We have lots of military Ink Slingers who share beautiful insights of their experiencesRead more »

Contemplating Eternity: Living for the Here and Now

by: Anni HarryAs I sat in daily Mass after hearing the news, I held my sleeping little boy and watched my eldest going through motions ofRead more »

Homecoming Day: The Long-Awaited Reward After a 7 Month Deployment

by: Devon WattamI tried to imagine watching everything my boys did through Ben’s eyes, and suddenly the sting of deployment washed away.Read more »

The Addiction that Slowly Kills Families

The Addiction that Slowly Kills Families

by: Martina KreitzerBoys whose fathers are addicted are more likely to display aggressive behavior than fathers who are notRead more »

LikeSmallChildrenRuntoJesus

Like Small Children, Run to Jesus

by: Michelle HamelOne Sunday at Mass when he was around seven years old, Peter slid out of the pew and, before Jay even realized what wasRead 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 »

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 »

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 »

The Ask: Struggling with NFP

by: Krista SteeleIf you’re not already working with an instructor who specializes in your NFP method of choice, now would be a good timeRead more »

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