How often do you fail at Lent? For me, it’s a cycle and happens every 2-3 years. This post is about a lesson I have to re-learn every once in a while.
Jeff Cavins’ book When You Suffer offers us ways to find meaning in our suffering, which lead us deeper into love.
Lent isn’t about changing everything at once. It’s all about baby steps.
The saints are the beautiful souls we recognize only because Christ’s light shines through them.
The second in a series of posts related to the Congress for the Lay Dominicans of the Saint Joseph Province. Today’s topic: Mr. David Brecount, OP, discusses lifting the Lay Dominican Life as a family.
Being the good soil that allows the seed God sows to flourish means allowing God to work on us and change us.
Let’s talk about Lisa Hendey’s book, The Grace of Yes!
Originally posted on Domestic Vocation:
I’ve struggled with daily Mass attendance, even though I need to assist at daily Mass as much as is possible for me, for a long time. The older my girls get, it seems it becomes harder for me to get to Mass. We have so much to do for school…
Welcome to this week’s Lawn Chair Catechism discussion! For an explanation of the project, hosted by CatholicMom.com, as well as links to the book and discussion guide, go to my page for Lawn Chair Catechism 2.0. For links to other bloggers’ thoughts on this week’s readings, head here. This week, we read about the Sacraments…
Welcome back to CatholicMom.com’s Lawn Chair Catechism! If you’d like details on our Summer reading program or would like to just catch up on past posts, please head to my dedicated page for details. This week, we are discussing Chapter 4: Using Brand-Name Equipment: The Trinity. This chapter starts out talking about tools (always a…