I am very excited to announce that I will be on EWTN’s the Journey Home! We flew out to tape last week, and the show will be airing on EWTN on the following dates and times: August 14, 2017 at 8 pm August 15, 2017 at 1 am August 18, 2017 at 1 pm I… Continue reading The Journey Home
“We sat with “It’s Time” for a year or year-and-a-half. Sometimes you just have to let a song sit for awhile. “ -Dan Reynolds, Imagine Dragons The full interview can be found here I find that music can sometimes be so fabricated you can’t touch it. Tracks playing, other people penning the music. Lyrics can… Continue reading Does God Hate the F word?
After a bout of unruliness, temper tantrums and borderline psychosis shreaking from my youngest daughter, I turned to God in deep desperation for answers. It didn’t make sense to me that such a sweet child could have turned so cold and unloving, so desperate, so mean. She was just too old for this kind of behavior… Continue reading The Love Languages of God
Driving in my car in a never-ending sea of comings and goings, I turned on the radio for the five-or-so short minutes to pick up the kids from summer camp. On Thursdays I often times miss the wonderful and lovely musings of Hallie Lord, a wonderful mix of parenting, Catholic discussions and anything in between.… Continue reading Can we pray backwards?
Sometimes you have to run far away to fall back into the arms of the living God. He waits while we pack up and leave for pilgrimage. He instills in us the wanting for eternity. The shrine, the rock, the mountain, they are all great places to pray. But prayer is a movement that we… Continue reading Home
Lawyer- an interpreter of the Mosaic law (Luke 14:3) law– something laid down or fixed moral relativism– anything goes When my youngest began wreaking havoc on my life at the tender age of 3, I figured she’d grow out of it. The extended terrible two’s turned into the thrashing threes and now have extended into… Continue reading Don’t be Mad at God
Originally posted on atimetoshare.me:
Today being a woman (especially a mom) requires great courage. Generations from the sixties and on have been hammered with thoughts that they must be strong role models for their children, work hard in the workplace and at home, bring home the bacon, set the rules of discipline, serve as a…
Originally posted on Church Set Free:
When I read the words, Ubi tres, ibi Ecclesia, Where three are, there is a church, I imagined us. It’s based on Jesus’s teaching in Matthew 18:20, “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.” Jesus’s non-traditional notions of “church”…
So some time and meditation changed my mind on Thirteen Reasons Why. You can read why here at the Good News Newspaper. The article was written as a call to action, a sort of PSA, a way to breakthrough to our children. We may be raising them in Christ, but they are still living in… Continue reading A Christian Perspective on Thirteen Reasons Why
“for her, every day was the same, and when each day is the same as the next, it’s because people fail to recognize the good things that happen in their lives every day that the sun rises.” The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho I was on top of a mountain in Utah the first time I ever… Continue reading God on the Mountain