"In a nutshell, the Catholic Church offers sanctifying grace through the outward signs given to Her (the Church) by Christ Himself... but, that's a cliche answer... So, here with what all the theological underpinnings mean for me - the woman behind the words..." Linking up for Allison's series "What Does the Catholic Church Really Have to Offer Me?"
"...But, I need to put my pride aside at times. I need to admit I don't have all the answers, and that I need help from someone outside myself. I need to acknowledge there is One greater than I...
...because there is." Today's CWBN topic addresses my true thoughts about Confession!
"So, while I stink at marriage today, and I don't necessarily like the image of myself as a wife in the mirror on a daily basis, I choose every day to be more intentional.
I choose to be more mindful of the ways I can achieve sanctification through this vocation." Thoughts on the way my vocation of marriage can lead to sanctification.
"It is so tempting to begin viewing marriage being about my children, rather than my children being about my marriage. But, I should be asking myself how my motherhood enhances my vocation as a wife." Peeling back the onion layers of the vocation of marriage, during the month of February.
On Monday, I posted an article about a book I was hoping to read soon. Yesterday, I posted about being sick this past week, which worked out perfectly because not only was I able to read some of the book I was excited to read, I was able to read the entire book before that post … Continue reading Musings on Contrition