As an author, the desire for success is hard-wired into my efforts. I assume it’s the same for you. If we are going to work at something, we want to do well at it.
We are engaged in an extended battle against the forces of evil in the world, in the Church, in our families, and in our hearts.
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Arriving in France a month ago I approached Saint Joseph’s gate to enter the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes I was momentarily stopped by what looked like a scene from the movie Ben Hur or Gladiator with chariot like carts each carrying a sick or crippled adult, child being pulled or pushed by a healthy adult or teen.
There is a power in the “Our Father.”
My seven-year-old was excited when I asked her to help me with the laundry. I never asked for help with chores because somewhere along the fast-moving line of motherhood, I concluded that it was easier and faster to do it myself.