Catholic · motherhood

You don’t Have to Move to the country to raise Christian children

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

Art · Reblog

Ladislav Záborský: Imprisoned for His Catholic Art

Originally posted on joy of nine9:
Living Catholic artist, Ladislav Záborský was sentenced in Slovakia for treason to seven years imprisonment in 1954 but was released on Christmas Eve 1957. His crime? He painted Christ as a worker in 1949.  His other religious art was labelled corrupt.While imprisoned, Ladislav felt as if his hands were nailed…

Inspiration

You don’t have a soul, You are a soul, You have a body

Asceticism- self-discipline and avoidance of all forms of indulgence; rigorous self-denial; austerity; extreme plainness, simplicity “He had found refuge, outside the confines of human society,” Teilhard de Chardin, Hymn of the Universe Our universal self-seeking is in our quest for fulfillment. I find it somewhat odd that in the confines of my own journey there… Continue reading You don’t have a soul, You are a soul, You have a body