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...
by Jessica Rinaudo
As a convert to Catholicism there is a lot to learn that cradle Catholics often take for granted. In addition to the prayers (which, fortunately were similar to my original faith tradition), there are many physical actions that the faithful do during Mass that I had to...
I have a spiritual accountability partner (henceforth referred to as SAP). Like many souls, my drive and motivation tend to fluctuate and I can’t tell you how this girl helps keep my heart above water. We check up on each other every few weeks and though our discussion frequently strays from...
Life sure gets busy doesn’t it?
We excitedly moved into very own house a year ago in June and since then, we’ve been waiting with bright, hopeful eyes (maybe it’s just been me) for life to settle down and slip into some state of normalcy. Uhh…yeah right. Owning a home, it...
Catholic wife, mother, and award-winning columnist on Marriage & Family
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