This past Advent, I had to let go of a lot of my ideas about what Advent should be.
My younger daughter describes a freshly-cut lawn in summer.
I was going to write a post about HG Awareness Day and a 5K I’m running, but I can’t do it.
Wherein God cares for my smallest desires. Even the ones that seem inconsequential.
Today feels dark, but the darkness cannot overcome the Light.
Holy Thursday Mass gave me new insight into Saint Peter one year. I’ll never see his reactions at the Last Supper in the same way again.
Carolyn Astfalk’s book rightfully earns a place on my teenagers’ reading list this spring!
In his conclusion to Rosarium Virginis Mariae, Pope John Paul II discusses its efficacy as a prayer, and encourages the faithful to pick it up again and pray as families and in communities.
Love is patient, love is kind. Love is sometimes lonely and dark and scary, too.
I wanted to pray more consistently for priests, so I turned to an ancient prayer.
Catholic Teen Books is a new resource that has amazing potential and already is a good resource for parents and teachers.