With it being the month of Mary and the month of Fatima and it being 2018 — the year after all the major jubilees of Divine Mercy and the centenary of Fatima having come to their end— I wanted to share what would be WAY too much for a single blog post. Already, I fear this one being a little long, so please forgive me!
When you are interiorly free you call others to freedom, whether you know it or not. Freedom attracts wherever it appears. A free man or a free woman creates a space where others feel safe and want to dwell. Our world is so full of conditions, demands, requirements, and obligations that we often wonder what is expected of us. But when we meet a truly free person, there are no expectations, only an invitation to reach into ourselves and discover there our own freedom. – Henri Nouwen
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As a Catholic mom, I really want to foster love and devotion to the Blessed Mother in my family, but sometimes I have a hard time getting over all the hurdles that make it seem an impossible task.
This is a follow-up to my post from a few months back: Motherhood is Messy.
Typically in the month of May we like to honor our Mother in heaven, Mary. Therefore, I was hoping to make a commitment to making this month my time to remember saying a daily Rosary.