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"The family that prays together stays together." - Venerable Patrick Peyton

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Rosary Wars

After 17 years of family life, I have made it my goal to help make lofty and holy pipe dreams more accessible and attainable through what I share.

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It’s a Dance, Not a Marathon

I’m painting a bathroom and it is supremely gratifying. I see results. I can step back and survey my progress. When all the components of the job are done, I will have a sense of completion. I look for these types of projects on occasion, because most of the other things I do are never done.

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The Rosary Ends Wars

While prayer may not change our circumstances, it always changes our heart. It brings us closer to God in a way that allows him in to comfort us, guide us, and occasionally, reveal his plan for us.

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Life’s Experiences Teach Us to Live

As I was processing bulletins at work recently, I noticed how many churches had chosen one of our covers illustrating a trifecta of celebrations. World Day of Prayer for Vocations, Good Shepherd Sunday, and Mother’s Day all fell on the same day this year (not to mention the Fourth Sunday of Easter). Since the Good Shepherd is one of my favorite images of our Lord, vocations were once a big part of my life and I am now a mother to four little ones, I began to ponder …

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Small

I met and held the teeniest, tiniest, most perfect baby today. She was so impossibly light, both in luminescence and weight that it was hard to believe I was holding a real live person; she is so small.

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Oh, the Humanity!

I’m not actually talking about “the” humanity, I’m talking about our humanity. It’s a real nuisance. The fall from grace made it that way, and things just haven’t been a walk in the garden since then.

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