Some solidarity for all the single sisters & misters out there
As a child, I was filled with excitement everytime my mom would announce that we were having breakfast for dinner. It didn’t matter if it was eggs, pancakes, or waffles, breakfast food always felt like a special treat. As an adult, not much has changed – and the added bonus? It’s so easy and cheap to make!
“It’s not in Scripture.” “It’s a tradition of man — and the Bible explicitly condemns traditions of man.” “You’ve got something on your face…” If you’re Catholic, it is not uncommon to hear these phrases around the beginning of Lent. In fact, as a practicing Catholic with a Theology degree living in the Bible belt…… Continue Reading →
“If our Savior blessed the shepherds, the Magi, Simeon, John the Baptist, and others, because they greeted His presence with devoted hearts for a brief passing hour, how much more did He bless you who have sanctified yourself for so many years in His company and that of His Mother?”
Keeping it short and sweet this month… with Lent starting, lots of liturgical living will be taking place everyday! Besides those added sacrifices and prayers, we’ll be adding these simple celebrations to our March calendar
Fifteen quotes from St. John Bosco that will help you gain spiritual traction in very practical ways.
(his name is pronounced add-jah-tehr) A French nobleman, Adjutor was raised and educated in a monastery founded by a monk named Bernard of Tiron (who later becomes a saint himself). When fully grown, Adjutor followed in the footsteps of the rest of his noble family and became a knight. When Pope Urban II came to France… Continue Reading →