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Stabat Mater Dolorosa, The Sorrowful Mother Stood

I just returned from Church, from our Good Friday service this evening.   The crucifixion was bloody, messy, ugly…a fittingRead more »

I am Barabbas

I remember the day as if it was yesterday and yet it was many, many years ago.  I stood with the rest of the congregation for the readingRead more »

Lent: A Time of True Change and Hope

Three years ago on March 2, 2010 we were experiencing blizzard-like conditions here in Georgia.  I remember vividly driving into Atlanta,Read more »

Happy Catholic New Year!

The season of Advent began this weekend.  At our Masses we noticed the colors on the altar and on our priests were changed to purple.  WeRead more »

From the President’s Kitchen Table of Les Femmes

FROM THE PRESIDENT’S KITCHEN TABLE Dear Readers, Springtime gardening always inspires me to think about the faith. It’s appropriateRead more »

Easter Teaches Us Hope, Even During Times of Loss

The Easter Season is upon us. 50 days of celebrating the time that Jesus spent on Earth after his Resurrection. Such a glorious time ofRead more »

Time Immemorial: the Eucharist

One of my Protestant friends commented one day about the Eucharist. From his standpoint, Jesus’s “Do this in memory ofRead more »

The Real Love Story of the Titanic

Much has been written and said about the sinking of the Titanic these past 100 years. There are books and movies and books about theRead more »

Splendid Sundays -Easter

He is risen! Alleluia Alleluia!!! From all of the Catholic Sistas contributors, we hope you have a blessed Easter. 🙂 About MartinaRead 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 »

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