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

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God's Unique Love for You

You may remember, dear reader, one post in which I wrote that God loves because He loves. He loves because that is Who He is. He cannot not love. He is love.

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Contemplation: Not Always Possible

A few years ago, I shared with my husband something that I had been contemplating throughout the day. To me, it was a profound thought which merited admiration. (Hah! Of course, I thought that.) Yet he responded not to the fruit of my contemplation but to the act of my mulling things over while I work.

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You Can Be That Voice of Hope

Notice the excitement of people who saw and heard Jesus and “hastened there on foot from all the towns and arrived at the place before them.”

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Learning from Botched Efforts

The phrase “Jack of all trades, master of none” seems to sum up my life pretty well most days. I am capable of cleaning the house and cooking a decent meal. I’m pretty good at teaching and tutoring. I get crafty every now and then. I enjoy writing when I can find the time.

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Prayer: What a Catch!

in critical condition. Before I rushed to the hospital, I prayed a Rosary for her.

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What are You Willing to Give Up?

My teen son, Zack, has an intense addiction to screens. The minute he wakes up in the morning, he wants to know when he will be able to play his allotted time on his electronics. This fixation overshadows everything. On his bad days, it even strips him of his creativity and patience.

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