He grabbed Jesus. Than she did. Then the next one, and the next one. In between people who held him gently, the rest grabbed. Some said amen, some said nothing at all. I was horrified and amazed all at the same time. I don’t feel qualified to serve the Lord’s body. I still shake, and… Continue reading Jesus is not a Happy Meal
It has been a good, long several months. I have felt as though I have been living in a sort of alternative universe. Two parallel roads mark the race I’ve been running, my will and God’s. For those of you that may be on that same path, I urge you to stay the course. All… Continue reading Seeking the Will of God, the return journey home
Transition is hard, and sometimes we seem to always be in it. We are in a constant state of flux- going from one to the other, trying our very hardest to follow God’s will. We pray for big things and when God answers, we sometimes don’t know what to do with ourselves, how to thank… Continue reading Desiring a Spirit of Sacrifice- Why our life is not our own
So excited to share with you all my new venture over at Catholic Mommy Blogs. You can read my first post here: DO NOT BE AFRAID Praying that God will use me in my “almost” new vocation of motherhood, encouraging women to embrace the call that God has placed over their lives as mothers. Love… Continue reading Catholic Mommy Blogs
When my husband and I had children, we vowed not to give into the digital age, even before we became Christians. We watched parents sit with their children at restaurants with tablets neatly propped in front of their faces, and said we’d never be one of those people. It was quite painful really. We had… Continue reading You don’t Have to Move to the country to raise Christian children
How do we make decisions? Do we enter into a state of unrest, losing sleep…drawing lots? Or do we enter the sanctuary to make decisions, allow the silence of our hearts to commune with God, engrave His name like a seal as a reminder of whose decision it really is? (Exodus 28:21; 28-29). Decisions should… Continue reading The breastpiece of decision
If you haven’t visited for Eucharistic adoration, you really should. You don’t have to be a Catholic. You can simply be a person that has blood flowing through your veins. If your mind is open, the door is open; even if you are grappling with the handle. I am Catholic like I breathe air. There… Continue reading No lipstick
A little bit more about the Saint that led me to my Catholic faith, and the one that continues to inspire me each and every day.