It’s all in the Pause


faith, Lent

Do you ever wonder what the great “secret” to finding more joy, peace, and time is? The answer is all in the PAUSE.  The season of Lent calls us to dive deeper – deeper into our relationship with Jesus by focusing on his great and merciful love for us. But how? This month, at CatholicMom.com, […]

February 28, 2018

Suffering with Others brings Peace and Grace


Easter, faith, Lent

Earlier this week, for Holy Week, I shared a few thoughts on Uniting our Suffering with Christ’s and Why We Suffer and How to Respond. As I concluded, what I’ve come to learn about suffering is that I may never understand why God allows us to suffer but I do know we have control over how […]

March 24, 2016

Uniting our Sufferings with Christ’s


faith, Grief, Lent

A couple weeks ago, I picked a friend up to drive her out to a mini retreat we were both going to for the day with a group of wonderful women from our parish. My friend (I’ll call her Jane) can’t drive anymore because just a few months ago she became suddenly very ill and […]

March 21, 2016

Pilgrimage {A Journey to the Shore}


faith, Lent, Nature, Travel

Pilgrimage: a journey, especially a long one, made to some sacred place as an act of religious devotion: any long journey, especially one undertaken as a quest or for a votive purpose, as to pay homage: (Dictionary.com) If there was one word to act as motif for this season I find myself in, it would […]

February 24, 2016

What was Jesus’ Prayer in the Garden?


faith, Lent

I was planning on staying mostly quiet on the blog this week on account of Holy Week. But I came across the prayer of the hour of Jesus after a recent conversation and after reading it, decided I had to share it. If you’ve never read it and may have wondered what Jesus was thinking before his […]

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