Every single one of us needed saving from sin -- including Mary. It just so happens that God saved her outside of time. This post provides an explanation and an analogy to help understand the Immaculate Conception.
You've probably heard of it. You can also probably deduce what takes place on this day simply by the name of the feast "The Presentation of Mary" -- but have you ever stopped to think and reflect on what this feast really means for you in your life today?
Jesus tells his disciples, “be perfect, just as my Heavenly Father is perfect....” Blindly, I once thought this was a call to never err... I thought Jesus didn't want me to make mistakes. I was wrong... the Heavenly Father is perfect because he is love. This is a call to perfection is a call to be perfect in love… in all that we do. It is in love (the person and the action) that our sanctity lies.
Most people accept the teaching about guardian angels, but did you know it's possible that Satan might have assigned you your own personal tempter?
Guardian angels can do so much more for us than act as body guards. If you aren't using them for these three things, you might be missing out
What to wear to Mass... are jeans okay? What about workout gear? Do I have to look my best? The short answers: yes, yes, and no.
An analogy by Mother Angelica, founder of EWTN. According to this hilarious and holy nun, there are 3 types of Catholics: the sinner, the good person, and the saint. They have many things in common, but one thing is for certain... every single one of them falls into "the mud puddle" of sin. What sets... Continue Reading →
I have a confession to make: I am a big, fat, scaredy-cat. I was not always this way, but one rotten mistake from my past has left a mark that makes new situations and new people very nerve-wracking for me. Even though I have put this blunder behind me, I still struggle with angst almost... Continue Reading →