…having a large family doesn’t mean you have to own all. the. things. Learn some easy ways your large family can keep what you need and toss what you don’t! … Continue reading9 Ways Two ‘Isms’ can Coexist in Your Large Family: Catholicism and Minimalism
Not long ago, I attended an event where an icebreaker game was played. The icebreaker was to count up how many Sacramentals we had on each of us, and whomever at the table had the most won a prize. I happened to be at the … Continue readingSacramentals, Mercy, Advent, Oh My!
I’m not quite sure when I officially began calling my eccentric Catholic behavior a “ministry of lost things.” I’m not even completely sure if calling it a ministry is completely stepping over some sort of invisible line in the sand. However, I can pinpoint when … Continue readingMy Island of Lost Things
Happy New Year! Black-eye peas for prosperity, noodles for long life, ham for progress, cabbage for riches – these are some of the New Years foods to which good luck is attributed. In our secular world, much stock is given to all types of superstition … Continue readingNew Year’s luck: let Jesus be your ‘Dumbo feather’!