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…
A quick and easy overview of the order of events that took place during Holy Week- with a special emphasis on those things I think most people do not know or have not thought about.
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!
Normally, we make this Mexican Hash with shredded chicken; but for our Lenten fasting we'll be removing the poultry and adding more black beans for an extra dose of protein. We'll be feasting vegetarian style! Ole!
Lent is upon us, bringing with it meatless Fridays. Being married to a serious weight-lifter means protein is especially important to his diet. Obviously, keeping the fast is much more important for our souls; still, we do what we can to enhance meatless dishes with natural sourced of protein. This is one such dish. Enjoy!
A fun, Christmas tradition in many homes that helps little ones to grasp the concept of Jesus' birthday. Plus it tastes delicious...
A few years back my co-worker came up with a brilliant way to explain why St. Nick visits twice in December, bringing gifts with him each time.