"At the end of the day, Our Lady's Wardrobe provides another comforting embrace for its readers - an escape from today, and into the respite of our Faith." Don't miss the latest review - a children's book which captivates the imagination of young and old alike - just in time to order for Easter!
"...As I share my insight of what I have experienced so far, I will say that A Lenten Journey with Mother Mary will definitely invite readers to experience a sense of wonder, while deepening their relationship with the Blessed Mother. And, in my personal opinion, to know and love Mary is to know and love her Son, Jesus..." Read more about the latest book review in time for Amazon Prime shipping to get it to your doorstep on Ash Wednesday!
"Once upon a time, I wrote about not praying the Rosary as I should - or, even as I advocate. With the thoughts swirling of scents, of today's feast day, and faith, I am brought back to a desire to pray the Rosary. I want to shower Mary, the Mother of Jesus, with all the roses I am able. As she shines brightly for so many, ultimately she points those of us who believe in Christ back to her Son..."
Thoughts on my faith life, spurred by scents and today's Feast of Our Lady of Fatima.
"Lent is usually a typical time in which Catholics assess adding to their prayer life, or giving something up (fasting), or doing some act of love to another (almsgiving). Perhaps somebody out there is considering veiling as a devotion - but, are too worried about standing out, or their kids not being old enough to leave the veil alone, or just still deeply praying about this particular devotion. It is for that woman that I wrote and updated my reasons for veiling. I wanted to give another perspective of this still-misunderstood devotion."
I've realized how remiss I have been in updating followers on the devotion of veiling - and, how it helps me participate more fully during Mass.
Do you have a special devotion? I'd love to hear about it!
The closer today's 100th Anniversary of the final apparition of Our Lady of Fatima drew, the deeper thoughts I had on the subject of eternity. It began with my post at Catholic Sistas, and ends with my thoughts here.