My son, when you come to serve the LORD,
stand in justice and fear,
prepare yourself for trials.
Be sincere of heart and steadfast,Read more »
If you love something, let it go free.
If it comes back to you, it’s yours forever.
If it doesn’t, it was never yours to beginRead more »
What is it about an elderly man ascending to the Chair of Peter that causes me, an old Baptist girl, to swoon? I swell with pride, myRead more »
“The lukewarm do not embrace the cross, they merely drag it along.” St. Teresa of Avila
Eight years ago, my family left Greeley, Colorado.Read more »
For at least a year now I have been slowly, slowly reading my way through Fr. Jean Pierre de Caussade’s Abandonment to Divine Providence. Read more »
It’s the Christmas season: a time of feasting that we anticipate all year. As much as I want to savor this time, I find myselfRead more »
On the eve of the Feast of the Vietnamese Martyrs, a story of Vietnam seemed appropriate.
About half-way up the Eastern coast of Vietnam,Read more »
Not long ago, I was mentally exhausted in the wake of a devastating family crisis. Though I cannot say I felt abandoned by God, I wasRead more »
Welcome to the recap of the Catholic Sistas blog for the week of September 24 – September 29! Hopefully you will find this newRead more »
Katie Hartfiel is a 29 year-old wife and mother of two. She and her husband Mark live in Houston where they are bothRead more »
Warning: The following article does not contain any references to humility or penitence.
Our lamb cake tradition began the year myRead more »
[Note: The following is in response to a menacing, vitriolic letter endorsed by Planned Parenthood and featured on their website.]
ThisRead more »
“What do you think? If a man has a hundred sheep, and one of them has gone astray, does he not leave the ninety-nine on the mountains andRead more »
“To recite the Rosary is nothing other than to contemplate with Mary the face of Christ.”*
In this new year, weight loss and physicalRead more »
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