This week on the blog, Bonnie Shaw writes in memory of a much beloved grandmother.
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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.
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.
We reached out to some “well-read” women here in Des Moines and asked for their summer reading recommendations. Now we have a whole bunch of interesting titles to explore.
Tomorrow is Pentecost Sunday which commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles. This week on the blog, Julie Nelson gives us 5 ways to invite the Holy Spirit into our own lives.
“By flipping our mind and heart switches, we can embrace opportunities to squander time together.” For some of us, wasting time with loved ones is a lost art. On the blog today, Nannet Horton shares 7 simple ways to squander time.
This week on the blog, Nannet Horton reflects on what it really means when we make an of spiritual communion.
As we approach the Feast of the Ascension this Sunday, Stacy Halbach ponders four ideas that can help us on our mission to go make disciples, quarantine style.
May is Mental Health Awareness month which is timely in our current situation of facing the unknown daily. Today, Cindy Clefisch reflects on her own journey with depression and anxiety and a reminder of what God promises.