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)
Whether you have young children, or would like to introduce Lectio Divina to children in your school, retreat centre, or prayer group, I hope you can use the tips I’ve developed to bring the joy of Lectio Divina to the younger generation! … Continue readingIntroducing Lectio Divina to Little Ones
This Advent, many families will prepare a crib scene to prepare for Christmas and celebrate the coming of Our Lord. It’s a great Advent task for families of all ages and sizes, and can be made to any size and budget – I encourage you to give it a go! … Continue readingBeing the Living Crib
Prayer shouldn’t be that hard, should it? After all, it is (among other things) a conversation with God. I’m a chatterbox. It should be easy for me to natter away all day and all night.
But theory is a lot easier than the practical… … Continue readingSneaking Prayer into the Everyday
Until the Catholic Relief Act in 1829 many rights and choices were restricted to us, and even today visible Catholics are barred from the line of succession to the British throne. … Continue readingWhy I’m a Visible Catholic in the United Kingdom