Absence makes the heart grow fonder: an Advent reflection inspired by my daughter.
My 4 year old daughter Princess and her cousin are best friends.
She sees her cousin almost every day. And when they don’t get together, she spends all her time talking about what she wants to say to her cousin or play with her when she sees her next.
But Princess’s cousin and her family went on vacation recently. For the first time, the two girls were separated by time and distance.
Life without her best friend is hard. Continue reading “Life without You: Advent, BFFs, and separation”
Today’s the 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time.
Find the Mass Readings here: 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, November 12, 2017 Continue reading “#MyMassTakeaway: No Piggybacking to Heaven”
This post is part one of three in the series 3 Paths of Prayerful Discernment: the importance of prayerful discernment in dating and marriage, stories from 3 Catholic women.
Lexie from 4 The Love of Lexie shares her story of discerning her decision to date only faithful Catholics. Lexie truly believes that God is leading her to pursue marriage with a man loyal to the teachings of the Catholic Church, and committed to loving Jesus with his whole heart. Continue reading “The Catholic Couple – 3 paths of prayerful discernment”
A modern examination of conscience. (But not too modern… we’re loyal to the teachings of the Catholic Church here!)
If you confess with your mouth… and believe in your heart… you shall be saved. Romans 10:9
As Christians, we know that our salvation in Jesus Christ comes with the responsibility to live a life of faith. We can’t sit back and relax, expecting Jesus to do all the work. We can’t be lazy in our spiritual life. Continue reading “Live a Life of Faith This Year”