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Jacqueline Brown’s The Light: A Book Review

Jacqueline Brown’s The Light: A Book Review

A blinding flash … then darkness. Bria Ford and her three closest friends are stranded on a country highway in the middle of a November night. No phones. No car. No lights. Helpless and hundreds of miles from home, Bria and her friends put their lives in the hands of...
3 Ways to Honor the Sacred Heart this June

3 Ways to Honor the Sacred Heart this June

It’s June, and no matter what anyone tells you, this month belongs to Christ.  June is the Month of the Sacred Heart.  This is a beautiful month of hope where we are reminded of the heart “that loved so much.”  As St. Margaret Mary Alocoque wrote: “We must never...
Deepening Love: Reflecting on the Words of Elisabeth Leseur

Deepening Love: Reflecting on the Words of Elisabeth Leseur

“To think is excellent To pray is better To love is everything.” -Elisabeth Leseur  Our intellect is a beautiful gift from God; the ability to think and reason should be cherished and well attended to.   What are you doing today to tend to your mental well being? Do...
12 Unique Lenten Ideas

12 Unique Lenten Ideas

How is it that Ash Wednesday is only a week away? If you’re still unsure as to what to give up/do for Lent, here are 12 ideas: A skirt-dresses only Lent  Dating Apps if you’re single  Always park in the far back of any parking lot  Keep your house a little...
Three Ways to Improve Your Prayer Life

Three Ways to Improve Your Prayer Life

‘Without prayer we have neither light nor strength to advance in the way which leads to God.’ — St. Alphonsus Ligouri  Prayer is everything; in order to be the women we are called to be and attain salvation, we must pray.   Life might be full of chaos, hardship, and...
June Belongs to a Humble Heart

June Belongs to a Humble Heart

  “Behold the Heart which has so loved men that it has spared nothing, even to exhausting and consuming Itself, in order to testify Its love.” -Christ to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque  The month of June is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus —Christ, who...
Mothers Don’t Always Take Away the Pain

Mothers Don’t Always Take Away the Pain

I can hardly believe it’s almost Holy Week. When I was little, Lent seemed to last for centuries, but now it rushes by— a short period of renewal and grace. As the glory of Easter approaches this year, let’s allow Our Blessed Mother to guide us through...
Let Yourself Be Romanced

Let Yourself Be Romanced

When I worked as a teacher and in retail, there were times my husband gallantly showered my car with flowers or popped into the shop with a bouquet and sweet letter. Without fail, from the roots of my hair down to my toes, I would turn crimson, my hands would shake...
In Defense of the Vulgar Man

In Defense of the Vulgar Man

One of my favorite films is undoubtedly the 1984 masterful drama Amadeus. The film is superbly cast, acted, and shot; it relates the story of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart through the envious eyes of Antonio Salieri. While the film undoubtedly takes its liberties, one point...