Books, Faith, Speaking

BOOK STUDY!

St. Faustina said the shortest road to holiness is “faithfulness to the inspirations of the Holy Spirit.” We grow in holiness when we LISTEN TO and ACT ON God’s promptings. How can we hear God? How do we know it’s Him (and not just us)? What if “growing in holiness” sounds....boring. The image that comes… Continue reading BOOK STUDY!

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Books, Faith, Real Talk

Spiritual Loneliness

I never felt cozy with the saints because I thought the saints were for expert level Catholics–people holier than me. I thought you first “mastered” Jesus and only then could you move on to God and then Holy Spirit and then Mary and then, after all of that, you were finally ready to get to… Continue reading Spiritual Loneliness

Faith, Real Talk

Meekness is a Magnet for Christ

Six years ago someone tricked me into reading "The Good News About Sex & Marriage." I walked away from that book thoroughly annoyed that the Church's teaching on sexuality made so much sense. I was convicted that my husband and I needed to make some big changes in our lives. I had been on birth… Continue reading Meekness is a Magnet for Christ

Faith, Real Talk

GUEST POST: Joy Jaeger on Race

I’ve been uncomfortable sharing my experiences with racism because I don’t like to relive the pain of the moment and I don’t like to give the perpetrator any power, time or space in my life. The main reason I don’t share, though, is because I know I will be second-guessed or interrogated or the people… Continue reading GUEST POST: Joy Jaeger on Race

Faith

Break My Heart for What Breaks Yours

I've always been really sensitive. My parents (God bless them) had to raise the girl who cried wolf daily, but she didn't know she was crying wolf. The wolf seemed so real to her. I was often sad or hurt or feeling something and feeling it deeply. I imagine that raising that sort of kid… Continue reading Break My Heart for What Breaks Yours