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Fantastic Fish Tacos

These tacos were inspired by a meal with a very good friend at a BJ’s Restaurant Brewhouse in Indiana.  They are delicious!  I owe myRead more »

Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day

Greetings my friends! ‘Tis a blessing to be Irish indeed! Today (in case you haven’t heard) is the day that we celebrate theRead more »

The Hungry Man’s Salad: Salad Niçoise

Growing up, Fridays during Lent meant dinner consisted of baked fish, macaroni and cheese, tuna casserole, fish sticks, or some otherRead more »

Behold the Lamb Cake!

Warning: The following article does not contain any references to humility or penitence. Our lamb cake tradition began the year myRead more »

On The Topic Of Euthanasia, By A 15 Year Old High School Freshman

As my oldest closed out her first year of homeschooling with Seton last year {after attending public schools exclusively prior to} I wasRead more »

Crown of Thorns Centerpiece

I will begin by saying that I cannot take credit for this idea. I saw it several years ago on a blog and have spent the last month (since IRead more »

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 »

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 »

I Love You! – Or – Homemade Samoas

This recipe is gluten free and dairy free if the chocolate you use falls into those categories. I sent them to work with my husbandRead more »

Angelic Faces for your Tree!

As I mentioned in a previous post, today (December 6) is the Feast of St. Nicholas. According to the St. Nicholas Center, one of theRead more »

CHRISTmas Traditions: keeping Jesus at the center

Germany has long been on the forefront when it comes to Christmas traditions. From composing Silent Night (“Stille Nacht! HeiligeRead more »

Begin the ADVENTure!

I love Black Friday! As you read this blog entry, I am happily browsing the stores, looking for those special gifts that will help expressRead more »

ADVENTuresome Family Fun

Advent – Latin ad venio, “to come” — is the liturgical season anticipating the Adventus Domini, the “coming of the Lord” –Read more »

The floating rosary

What better way to celebrate October, the month of the Holy Rosary and Respect Life, than with a beautiful floating Rosary!  OurRead more »