A few years ago, I wrote about some revelations I’d had about the parable of the Prodigal Son. I used to loathe the parable until I finally prayed that God would help me understand it better. Since then, this parable has become one of my favorites to contemplate. The parable came up again in this…
This Sunday, I was struck by the reading during Lauds: I will sprinkle clean water upon you to cleanse you from all your impurities, and from all your idols I will cleanse you. I will give you a new heart and place a new spirit within you, taking from your bodies your stony hearts and…
In which I revisit a post detailing a desert period in my faith life, since I’m having another one.
Working has given me an appreciation of the quiet that enveloped my life as a housewife, while challenging me to learn to pray differently.
This past Advent, I had to let go of a lot of my ideas about what Advent should be.
If someone only knew your kids from the way you talk about them, what would be their impression?
I learned more than a decade ago that #ValentinesDay really just wasn’t that important.
In this #WorthRevisiting post, I see a link between the Divine Office, The Princess Bride, and the Prodigal Son.
It’s time for Worth Revisit Wednesday, hosted by Theology is a Verb and Reconciled to You. This is an opportunity to pull an old post out of the mothballs, air it out again, and let everyone admire how well it’s held up. (Hopefully, mine has!) Be sure to stop by and see other other posts…
Part of homeschooling is knowing when you have to change something to give your children the best education possible. It’s been two years since one major change our family had to make.