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Inspiring Rosary Stories - Part 2

I am so excited to share with you Hannah's inspiring rosary story. Five years ago, I suffered a traumatic miscarriage. My husband and I had been ho...
Walk With Mary Daily

Walk With Mary Daily

I decided to renew my consecration to Mary this month leading up to the Presentation of Mary in November.  This time I'm using the "Total Consecration through the Mysteries of the Rosary" by Fr. Ed Broom.  I came across this reflection on the Visitation to St. Elizabeth, and I wanted to share it with all of you.
Consecration to Mary

Consecration to Mary

November 21st is the feast of the Presentation of Mary, the day Anne and Joachim offered her to the Lord just as Mary and Joseph did with Jesus. For centuries, Catholics have been encouraged to consecrate themselves to Mary because Mary is the surest and quickest path to Jesus. It is common practice to arrange the period of preparation (typically 33 days) so as to land on a Marian feast day. I cannot speak highly enough of this noble spiritual practice, but I'll leave it to St. Louis De Montfort, the author of the most thorough preparation literature ever written, to explain it best.
Lessons Learned Camping With The Boys

Lessons Learned Camping With The Boys

Eric and I took the boys camping this weekend along with a good friend of ours.  We had an awesome weekend, and made some great memories.  I wanted to share a few lessons I learned leading up to and during the weekend:

  • Guard your time
  • God has the plan
In the School of the Holy Spirit: Inspiring Texts

In the School of the Holy Spirit: Inspiring Texts

Last month I shared a personal story about How God Moves Us.  I have been slowly working through a book that came out of that experience... I'm only on page 40, but each page is a goldmine.

The message is this: The Holy Spirit is essential to our Christian life and is needed to progress on the path on which God leads us.  The Holy Spirit inspires, but we have to be disposed to notice and respond to these inspirations

Owner's Log

Owner's Log

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Prayer Is A Battle!

Prayer Is A Battle!

Last week we were featured in an article on Catholic News Agency in response to a recent attack on the rosary in the Atlantic.  It is no surprise...
Feeling Alone? Find Solace In This Verse.

Feeling Alone? Find Solace In This Verse.

Last week I shared a personal story about how God pulled me out of desolation one small grace at a time.  It’s really incredible what a difference...
How God Moves Us

How God Moves Us

I have a story I want to share for all of you out there who feel far away from the Lord, lost in the desert, in a fog or another, similar mental/spiritual state. This is a story about little bread crumbs from Heaven that led me out of that place of desolation and back into awareness of God’s love and grace. 

Do You See Yourself As God Sees You?

Do You See Yourself As God Sees You?

Can you relate to this tension? Do you struggle to see yourself the way God sees you?  Do you really know how God sees you?  If I can’t see myself the way God sees me, how can I see others that way?  On the surface it seems possible to love others better than I love myself, but is it true?  
Check Out These Great Resources For Mental Health!

Check Out These Great Resources For Mental Health!

Last week I began a one year program in the Resilient Catholics Community lead by Dr. Peter Malinoski at soulsandhearts.comSouls and Hearts was developed to meet the needs of practicing Catholics who struggle with the everyday challenges of life. Grounded in a Catholic anthropology, Souls and Hearts' contributors draw from the psychological sciences to offer Catholics mental health education and information in an online format.  

Pro-Catholic, Pro-Life, Pro-America

Pro-Catholic, Pro-Life, Pro-America

Our priest's homily yesterday was on point.  He talked at length about the recent Supreme Court ruling in the Dobbs vs. Jackson Women's Health Organization.  He talked about what it meant to be these 3 things: Pro-Catholic, Pro-Life, and Pro-America.
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