A Catholic review of the Blockbuster, 'Murder on the Orient Express'
You know the phrase, "everything that can go wrong will"? That was how our flight home to visit family went... and it looked like our return flight was headed down the same path. A prayer from the heart then turned the day completely around...
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Her life is was full of action and drama. Some even refer to her as the epitome of a damsel in distress. Despite this, the drama is not what made her a saint; it was all the small acts of love that led her to heaven.
When an "old" movie catches your attention and speaks truth to you in a new way, you find yourself writing about it... (a reflection on the movie, Gladiator)
With my belly growing rounder, my little one’s kicks growing stronger and my nerves and excitement exchanging places with each other multiple times daily, I can’t help but think of a homily I heard from a wonderful priest years ago while I was still a student on campus at Franciscan. Father talked about how mothers are like Christ in a way that fathers never can be…
These past few weeks have been rough... members of the media are publicly (and crudely) insulting one another... a child who was denied treatment by the hospital against the wishes of his parents passed away... Even closer to home, in my own life, there are huge discouragements... from false accusations towards loved ones and injustices... Continue Reading →