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REVIEW Elegant and Modern Stele Golden Crucifix

REVIEW: Elegant and Modern Stele Golden Crucifix

I was intrigued. I was intrigued because I am a huge fan of high quality religious products to begin with, having had to replace many itemsRead more »

Loving My Husband

Loving My Husband

Welcome to the next installment of The Ask – a series devoted to taking your questions rooted in Catholic living and providing solid,Read more »

The Art of Letting Go

The Art of Letting Go

I find myself frequently bringing my feelings of fear and sadness to God over this process of letting go. I know that He will give meRead more »

When Healing Hurts How I Almost Lost My Faith

When Healing Hurts: How I Almost Lost My Faith.

I rejoice in a God who loves me. God humbles and challenges me through unanswered prayers for miraculous healing. Yet despite the lack ofRead more »

She Wasn't Invisible

She Wasn’t Invisible

It has been said the eyes are the windows to the soul. I only held her gaze for less than a minute, but the look in her eyes could haveRead more »

Across the Miles, Catholic Sistas, www.catholicsistas.com

Across the Miles

Pulling up those roots was one of the most difficult things I’ve ever had to do…our friends threw us a lovely going away partyRead more »

The Triduum for the Win

The Triduum for the Win

I have vague recollections of frozen fish sticks on Fridays and at least one failed attempts to give up candy for Lent, and the rice bowlsRead more »

Of Note – April 2019

Let’s face it, we are all busy, modern women and we just don’t have the time or the energy to vet or read everything the CatholicRead more »

Offer It Up

Offer It Up! The Sanctification of Suffering

This Lent, it’s not too late to choose to offer some small, painful sacrifice to Christ. Unite it to His Passion and sanctify yourRead more »

Suffering in Running Brings us Closer to Christ

Suffering in Running Brings us Closer to Christ

Christ had a passionate journey that ultimately led to the world’s salvation. Sit with that for a minute.Read more »

And with One Bite Gods Plan Unfolds

And With One Bite, God’s Plan Unfolds

This anxiety is real and bringing it to the table, literally, opens up a door for prayer. In researching the word anxiety, I found itRead more »

Behind the Cinder Blocks, jail, ministry, corporal works of mercy, www.catholicsistas.com

Behind the Cinder Blocks…

I was under the impression that I would be be praying with the inmates through a screen of some sort. Imagine the look on my face when IRead more »

The Blessing of Annulment

UNYOKED: The Blessing of Annulment

The preceding breakdown of a marriage, the final break down that led to the divorce, and the aftermath can leave a person of faith feelingRead more »

Unless He's Addicted

…Unless He’s Addicted

I yelled at God. I prayed that he let me die. Then I prayed that he make my husband die. God clearly did not want my husband to die, but itRead more »

Lenten Lessons Learned

Lenten Lessons Learned

Rounding out Day Seven of Lent, I saw a tiny note scribbled in the margin: “Progress, not perfection.” I know I am not alone in feelingRead more »

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