Recently, I attended a monthly diocesan women’s night where women from the area are invited to listen to a speaker on a topic related to our Catholic faith, as well as have a chance for confession and Eucharistic adoration. It is a wonderfully enriching time! … Continue readingDo You Know Who You Are in the Father’s Eyes?
This is the ninth of a series of posts reflecting line-by-line on the Anima Christi. “From the malicious enemy, defend me.” Every Sunday for months now, after receiving communion, I have been slowly saying the Anima Christi prayer, savoring the words as I say them. … Continue readingLine-by Line Prayer Reflection: Anima Christi, Part IX
Today, I will highlight the way that Satan deceives our minds in order to trigger negative emotions and lead us into discouragement, and, ultimately, despair. In the last two weeks, I’ve had at least three conversations with women who are beautiful, blessed, and economically comfortable; … Continue readingPut Your Helmet On
Earlier today I was driving down the road listening to my local Catholic station. Every so often a popular rock station would bleed in and cover the beautiful sounds of a Mass with Fr. Mitch Pacwa. Talk about Mass confusion***! I couldn’t seem to help … Continue readingMass Confusion: Interference
Have you ever thought about what it would have been like if Mary hadn’t been sinless? After pondering on Jesus’s adherence to the fourth commandment (Commanded to Love Mary) I realized that by the implications of the commandment, to honor thy father and mother, Mary … Continue readingMary’s Sinlessness and Our Salvation