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.
The Rosary is an ancient devotion, but it is relevant to our times.
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.
I continue my summary of Rosarium Virginis Mariae, focusing on the mysteries of the Rosary this week.
I continue looking at St. John Paul II’s apostolic letter Rosarium Virginis Mariae, focusing on Chapter I: Contemplating Christ with Mary.
Let’s take a look at St. John Paul II’s apostolic letter Rosarium Virginis Mariae.
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.