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A Thanksgiving Prayer

Dear Heavenly Father, Today as we celebrate Thanksgiving we take time to recognize all the blessings we have in our lives. We know thatRead more »

Do You Hear What I Hear?

A few years ago I went on my oldest son’s Confirmation retreat with him.  At the beginning of the retreat the leader asked the kids toRead more »

Family Time… It’s what’s for Dinner!

You may have noticed here at Catholic Sistas that we take our food seriously.  On our website here we have recipes you can pull up completeRead more »

What Happens at Mass, Stays at Mass

Unless you don’t have television and haven’t for a long time, you have probably seen the wildly popular campaign ad from Las Vegas “WhatRead more »

How Do You Heal a Broken Heart?

Madison’s balloon escaped from her tiny hands and floated gracefully up to the sky.  “My balloon!” she cried stretching out her arms as farRead more »

Sowing Seeds of Faith

It’s autumn once again.  The air is crisp, leaves are beginning to change color, and school has begun.  If you have young children inRead more »

No Greater Love than This Part 3: A Reflection

It seems unreal that one year ago today I was standing in my bathroom, my hands shaking as they held a positive pregnancy test.  That testRead more »

God, Our Father

There is nothing more terrifying than realizing your child is missing.  You go to look and he’s gone.  You look high and low and that panicRead more »

Channeling Jesus on Aisle 5

It’s rare these days that I have all my children with me when I go anywhere other than church but there once was a time, before I had anyRead more »

The Fountain of Youth

The Fountain of Youth is a spring that is rumored to bring everlasting youth and/or life to those who bathe in or drink from its waters. Read more »

7 Quick Takes Friday No. 17: Things Your Catholic Mama Says

Did you grow up in a Catholic home?  If so I’m sure there are many saying that you more than likely heard your Mama say over and over againRead more »

Three Things I Used to Know About Myself

I learned many things when I was in a junior in college and in my first year at the College of Education.  I took many classes and gained aRead more »

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness

As we prepare to celebrate our country’s birth and freedom it seems only fitting that we should take a hard look at our nation and what sheRead more »

In Defense of Fatherhood

Yesterday was Father’s Day; the day we set aside to celebrate the men in our lives who have helped us become the people we are today.  InRead more »

At the Foot of the Cross

Many years ago, when I had many small children and no one to really help me through Mass, I was blessed one Sunday to be able to attendRead more »

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