Happy Pilgrims. Those were the words I read this morning. They sounded more to me like an oxymoron than a spiritual taunt, but it intrigued me. It had been several weeks now since I had discovered that my restless spirit was not a curse, but a blessing. But I did not yet have a name… Continue reading The Pen of the writer is the Staff of the pilgrim
I’m learning a lot these days. As God has transformed the one thing I lived for and worshiped, I see His far-reaching power. It took me awhile to grasp the concept that it was me that was stopping God from changing my life, but I see it now. I understand we see what we want to… Continue reading It’s ok to ask God for Happiness
It wasn’t long ago that Father convicted me of wanting to shut my children out of my prayer time. It took a traveling priest from Ghana to teach me that. God certainly goes to great lengths to send his messengers, even if He has to pluck them from Africa and send them to the United… Continue reading Why I let my daughter into my prayer space
I am almost settling into my new role as mommy. I find myself still uncomfortable, not yet there but joyous at the days that await me. As preparation, God sent me to Las Vegas. Shocking as it may seem, Vegas seems to be the very place that has given me the foretaste of the promised… Continue reading Finding God in Vegas
“In every place where I cause my name to be invoked I will come to you and bless you.” Exodus 20:24 There is an altar in each one of our homes. A sacred space, a sacred place where God’s name reigns. It may be in a physical form, statutes of His Sacred Heart enthroned or… Continue reading An altar of Earth Make for me
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.
“Come,” says my heart, “seek his face”; your face Lord do I seek!” Psalm 27-8 *to commune with God in the temple. The idiom is derived from the practice of journeying to sacred places. Hos. 5:15, 2 Samuel 21:1, Psalm 24:6 (Note from the New American Bible, Revised edition). I didn’t understand this at first.… Continue reading It’s New Year’s, Come Away with me…