Happy 4th of July! What is independence? What is freedom? In today’s blog post, Mary Conway defines these two words and what it means to be free as children of God.
Today on the blog, Sharon Witty shares what the Holy Spirit is awakening in her heart.
A plywood sign, the prophet Elijah, and closing down for repairs. Take a five-minute listen and it’ll make sense. We promise!
Then share your good ideas with us. How do you close down for repairs?
“As parishes are beginning to offer Mass publicly again, Catholics look forward to returning to the table of the Lord and receiving Jesus sacramentally. In the Eucharist is the full and real presence of Jesus, and in Him, we receive every spiritual blessing.” On our latest blog post, Nannet Horton reflects on the beauty of the Eucharist and the fruits we may receive.
This week on the blog, Bonnie Shaw writes in memory of a much beloved grandmother.
Tomorrow, June 14th we celebrate the feast of The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, Corpus Christi. Especially while we hunger more than ever to receive the Body of Jesus, Eucharistic Adoration may be a consoling way to draw near to Jesus. On the blog today, Kristi Quinlan shares 10 tips on how to “sit at his feet” as we adore in front of the Blessed Sacrament.
Who knows what path Elizabeth Ann Seton’s life might have taken had she not been in Italy on the feast of Corpus Christi. Who knows what might have happened had Juliana of Cornillon ignored the Lord’s call to pave the way for the first celebration some 550 years prior. Here are stories of two women and their strong connection to the Feast of Corpus Christi.
Today, in part 2 of Your Ego is Not Your Amigo, Heidi Lepper Barrett provides two tips on how we can prune our ego and create new habits for living as our true selves!
Today’s blog is part one of a two-part series. Heidi Lepper Barrett explores how our ego overshadows our true nature given to us by God.