"Even now, this blog post is the most difficult one I have tried to write. As a historian, I agree wholeheartedly with the sentiment attributed to Edmund Burke, 'Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it.'” One year later, these sentiments still ring true, and I can think of no further words to express the day we know as Holocaust Remembrance Day.
#WorthRevisit link-up re-posts the piece I published last year, on Divine Mercy Sunday. It's a great reminder of the first Sunday after Easter's celebration!
This weekend - between yesterday's Feast of the Annunciation, and today's homily addressing Jesus' role in our lives, I spend some time contemplating the yes I give God in my daily life, and the manner with which I give my yes. My weekly link-up with My Sunday Best!
With the Nineveh 90, how exactly does one gear up to PFG for Lent - attempting to talk through how I plan to Pray, Fast, and Give this Lenten 2017 journey!
Experiencing an epiphany during a Confirmation ceremony in our Catholic community - pretty sure I experienced it because I had no distractions of shoe-throwing, potty breaks, or screeching! Either way, I have decided to try to be more intentional in giving credit to the One whom deserves it the most - God. Because, with Him, all things are possible.