I’ve done it for years. Decades, really. I’ve made lists. You know the kind— where you write down all the tasks you need to accomplish as aRead more »
Are you feeling the pressure to do it all as a Catholic mom? A review of Colleen Duggan’s book, Good Enough is Good Enough by InkRead more »
In Matthew 19:14, Christ made it abundantly clear His love extends even to the littlest of us, by instructing His disciples, “Let theRead more »
This past month I was fortunate enough to interview artist Daniel Mitsui. With stunning and unique Catholic artwork, Daniel is an artistRead more »
Growing up, my parents did a really great job teaching my brother and I the difference between a need and a want. I remember going to themRead more »
As the weather warms and we approach Ordinary time, we also enter the hallowed secular wedding season. For those with friends andRead more »
I previously wrote about how we should love ourselves as Christ loved us on the Cross. He recognizes our inherent worth and beauty,Read more »
In so many ways, the pro-life movement seems to be winning. We are passing multiple pro-life laws at the state level, attacking legalizedRead more »
We are slaves to many things in our daily lives; work, commutes, money, material goods, physical fitness, sex, food, sports andRead more »
So, imagine my surprise on the heels of seven years of homeschooling last year when I seemingly made a hasty decision to enroll my thenRead more »
God is Love.
God is Light.
God is Goodness.
God’s arch-enemy, is determined to destroy all of God’s Creation – determined toRead more »
I read this past year (I do not recall where) that mercy is that love that keeps evil at bay. Mercy does not permit evil to progressRead more »
Welcome to this installment in the series Real and Raw – Soul-Stirring Stories, a series focused on taking a candid look atRead more »
Peter’s brow is furrowed with worry and his eyes are open wide in suspense. One wonders what thoughts were running through theirRead more »
We see suffering in the eyes of the mother of a stillborn, the father of an addict, the scared abandon child, the broken-hearted widow, theRead more »
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