Monthly Archives: March 2015

Grow in Holiness: Take a Good Look in the Mirror

A battle started this morning as I was standing before my bathroom mirror drying my hair. I realized that somehow I allowed hurt to create unforgiveness within myself—again. My grandmother used to say, “They’ll get theirs,” when someone hurt me … Continue reading

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Yes, LORD, I Believe: Healing Mass with Father MacPherson

I received physical healing last night. A visiting Augustinian Priest, Fr. Albert MacPherson, presided over Mass at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Earlier this week, my husband received an invitation to the Mass and weekly charismatic prayer service, “…must … Continue reading

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Minding the three gates of the mouth

This week Bradley and I are still working on Memorize the Faith, the book by Kevin Vost, PSY.D. and we’re reading Less Than a Minute to Go by Belmont Abbey President, Dr. Bill Thierfelder. I love both of these books. We … Continue reading

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Praying the Lord’s Prayer in Aramaic

Lots of posts about karma have surfaced recently. I sometimes pray the Lord’s Prayer in Aramaic. Did you know the Aramaic version is interpreted as “detach the fetters of fault that bind us (karma) like we let go of the … Continue reading

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Living Life in Christ

Originally posted December 2014 About a month ago, my family moved from our home of eight years to a new community in the same town. We are still learning the area, and we are still unpacking and creating new routines. … Continue reading

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Catholic Home School: Memorize the Faith

Raising children is a difficult yet wonderful experience. We have so many choices now and many of them are harmful. I’ve come to the realization–over time–that combating the secular, relative world view our children are besieged by each day can … Continue reading

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