This is so good for me to read as an individual, but taking it to my life with Andrew straightens my slouch and gives me more gusto for giving this sacrament everything I’ve got. I have to choose. This quote was taken from one of his homilies on a first Sunday of Advent. St. Josemaria saves the […]
Half way through the week! These were all profoundly humbling to read. 1.) “The Birth of Advent” on The Death of Catholicism The author is a classmate of mine from BC. What’s so astounding is the humble combination of deep consideration and anonymous writing. He wants us to wonder at the miracle of this new life […]
Merry Christmas, everyone! This year was the first time Andrew and I made concerted efforts toward celebrating Advent during Advent and waiting for Christmas to put up the tree and hang stockings with care. I have to say, the whole experience has been fantastic. It’s true that good things come to those who wait and […]
Happy Liturgical New Year!! My friend Julie posted this today: Advent in 2 Minutes – nice, simple explanation with plenty of clarity!
Hey Everyone! Advent starts tomorrow – Happy New Year! Check out this great post from Healthy Family to do your very own Jesse Tree this year. The site offers full-color or black-and-white images for your child(ren) to color, too. These ornaments are geared toward little ones, but there are plenty of “big kid” or “grown-up” […]
The theme for this week?? ADVENT. We have just a few days before the Christian New Year and here is some great food for thought from fellow blogger Bridget Green as you prepare for this awesome season: This may sound like an odd question, but, with Advent beginning in a little over a week, have […]
With just under a week left before the Christian New Year(!), my mind is lately fixed on December, shopping, and decor; but I think I’ll try a shift in focus this year. Without a doubt, December is my favorite month. It’s so full of coziness, Christmas decorations, and cold temperatures that I can’t help beaming […]