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Our First Internation Rosary Night

Our First Internation Rosary Night

One of the things that I enjoyed last year was attending the International Rosary night at our parish.   On this night, children (and adults) from our parish were able to see just how universal our Church really is. Our Priest and staff did a great job setting up the...
Winter 2018 Knitting Projects

Winter 2018 Knitting Projects

Life’s been funny–sorta. In the meantime,  I’ve been keeping myself busy with much needed reading and of course my new favorite hobby after a day of homeschooling and working at home. I mentioned in my previous post that I started a new hobby...
What is sin? Part 1

What is sin? Part 1

Hey, and welcome back. As promised, let’s just get into the heart of the matter of sin. Just so that you know, the references that I’ll be using is the Bible (of course), the Catechism of the Catholic Church, plain ol’ common sense, and a lot of tea....
Break Every Chain Introduction

Break Every Chain Introduction

For a long time, my kids love the song break every chain. It’s a Christian song, that talks about breaking the chains of the things that holds us. What is more importantly is that it discusses the breaking of chains that enslave us. When I think of chains, the...
Crazy Unplanned Week

Crazy Unplanned Week

This past week was just crazy. I live in a Co-Op, and this week was our turn to remove old tiles from hallway. Since this building is old, they are removing asbestos from the floors as well—so that means we must leave. Now, they didn’t mention that during the...
The Four Last Things: Fearing Death

The Four Last Things: Fearing Death

While I was reading my book (The Four Last Things), it dawned on me that I should share my meditations and thoughts with you as I read it. Afterall, how many of you will willingly pick up a book about death, dying, judgement, Heaven and Hell? Sharing these meditations...
Lenten Season Begins

Lenten Season Begins

  In a few days from writing this post we will be in the Lenten season.  This year is very interesting though, since it also falls on Valentine’s Day.  Like usual, I’m trying to think of something I want to focus on during the season of Lent....
Looking Back on 2017

Looking Back on 2017

It’s that time of year again when we look back on our lives (at least this year) and reflect how this year had gone.  I used to hate this time of year, since we can get so nostalgic about the past, but lately I have been very thankful for it.  It does allow me...
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