Into the Desert: A Thought About Lent 2020

"I realized Christ knew I would need His fortification from my last Precious Host to carry me into this next stage of Lent..." Explore more about my thoughts on the Eucharist and Spiritual Communion in my latest.

Making My Way Home: Why I Love My Catholic Faith

The God-incidence that today's CWBN Blog Hop topic fell two days after the Feast of Corpus Christi was not overlooked by yours truly. "Why I Love My Catholic Faith," explores the main reason I choose to be a Catholic Christian, than any other denomination available - and, why I attend Mass every Holy Day of Obligation.

When Faith Takes Over

I have blogged a few times about Adoration.  I am a huge advocate for going and spending a little extra time with Jesus during the week, sometimes with children, other times by myself.  I've referenced how it seems to recharge my physical, emotional, and spiritual batteries, and how it gives me a venue to teach my children … Continue reading When Faith Takes Over

Thoughts on Our Lady of Akita

I have enjoyed the visual reaction of fellow Catholics, when I have shared my opinion that I find Mary to have been "God's Anger Management" program.  People look scandalized at the mere thought!  I believe God's temper has not been as noticeable as in the Old Testament, since Mary gave her fiat, or her yes, to God. … Continue reading Thoughts on Our Lady of Akita

To Veil or Not To Veil…?

This past December, on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, I decided to start veiling during Mass. Veiling was something that was on my heart for a considerable length of time before I finally took the plunge. I have noticed that veiling during Mass, as a Catholic woman, is an intensely private, personal devotion. It was … Continue reading To Veil or Not To Veil…?