How heavy is the backpack you carry? This week, Heidi Lepper Barrett explores what we may not realize is in our backpacks of life and what we may find when we chuck the junk.
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“The Great Artist has a design in His mind for each of us..” Today Nannet Horton offers a beautiful reflection on God’s great plan for us.
“Meanwhile, my spirit cries out, ‘But, I miss your precious blood. I miss holy water and sacraments like Baptism, Anointing of the Sick for the Dying. I miss the Treasury of the Church that is locked away from the Faithful.'” In honor of the month of the Precious Blood, Bonnie Shaw shares what fasting from the cup has meant to her.
Heidi Lepper Barrett grew up oceanside and learned how to “ride the wave.” In her latest blog post, Heidi applies this analogy to daily life and shows how to turn waves of tensions into love, peace, and togetherness.
“As women who know the love and acceptance of God, why do we believe these lies? Why are we so hard on ourselves when it comes to our physical appearance?” First-time blogger, Katie Sample, unpacks these questions and provides some insights to ponder.
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.
“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.