Despite the turbulence of the Rockies, I successfully avoided urinating all over myself. Win! During this debacle I started laughing outRead more »
Today, feelings are too often viewed as your truest guide in life: “Follow your heart,” we’re told. “Do what feels right.” But somethingRead more »
In our family, life issues are discussed frequently and at length. My husband and I have felt it to be vitally important for our childrenRead more »
The Epiphany falls ON Sunday this year, and if you are a Novus Ordo Mass goer, you know that this feast day typically is celebratedRead more »
Kinda a Big Deal
So, the Eucharist is kinda a big deal. No crap, Sherlock. It would be the first sentence of “Catholicism forRead more »
Was it coincidental that it came about when I decided to pray a 54 day novena to St. Joseph? Was it that God knew my soul was tired ofRead more »
Is there anything more motivating than the love we have for our children? I think God does that on purpose. How sanctifying it is to be aRead more »
It’s Christmas Eve, sisters! With today being the vigil of Our Lord’s birth, I can’t think of a better way to thank JesusRead more »
his eyes lit up at the sight of twinkling lights, miniature houses, and a train. He let out a gasp filled with wonderment: Christmas atRead more »
I’ve been reading Saint Francis de Sales Introduction to the Devote Life and applying some his proscribed practices to my prayerRead more »
It was Monday morning, and I breathed a sigh of relief as my boys boarded the school bus. After pouring myself a cup of coffee, IRead more »
We traded the truth for a lie.
We traded love for lust.
We traded masculinity for weakness.
We traded femininity for masculinity.
We tradedRead more »
I’m really bummed I’m not having a baby in time for Christmas.
Well, knock on wood. I’ll be 35 weeks at Christmas. Which is aRead more »
the day I received this book, I grabbed my water bottle, my snack, my unopened mail packages, and a notepad and pen. Once I got settledRead more »
Our parish priest despises the Jesse Tree. Sadly it is for good reason. As a seminarian, the liturgy director absolutely forbid ChristmasRead more »
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