The Gratitude Project: Week 22

"Acknowledging the issue requires us to create a better future for our children and future generations, not just by declaring 'Me, too,' but perhaps more importantly, 'I believe you. I am sorry this happened to you. What do you need from me at this time?'" Today, I discuss my insight on why I am grateful for the most recent social media campaign which is trending. 

The Gratitude Project: Week Seventeen

In order to get to the Gratitude portion of my Gratitude Project today, I had to wade through some nasty reminders that we don't live in a peaceful world. However, the reminder that we aren't living in a peaceful world shines a spotlight on those who make a difference - and, for what I am most grateful for this week. Don't miss the call to action at the end!

The Gratitude Project: Week Thirteen

"Did you know that sex, drugs, nudity, death, and negativity sell? They sell air time on the television, they sell space in the news, and they provide society with supposedly the understanding of the way of the world. You know what doesn't sell? Light. Love. Beauty." This week's Gratitude Project includes a call to action. I hope you will join in and share the message to those you know!

Being Called to Be Heroes in Our Sunday Best

Given the events of yesterday, all my words seem trite. However, I couldn't *not* discuss the horrific events which unfolded in Charlottesville, VA - and, call all of us to action - to become unsung heroes in our own lives.

6 Ways I’m Teaching My Children the Beauty of the Catholic Faith

"As a mother, I would like to force them to choose the path which will make it to heaven... But, that is where I must rely on my faith, the steps I outlined above, and turn my desire to control everything in their future over to the One who made it all possible." Today's response to the CWBN Blog Hop topic of "Keeping Our Kids Catholic."