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Honest Homage

Release. Reconnect. Restore. Which one of these words speaks to you the most right now, in this moment? And if you could add a word or phrase after that word to describe what you need, what would it be? For…

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The Bridegroom’s Bouquet

Have you ever felt rejected? “The stone that the builders rejected has become the cornerstone; by the Lord has this been done.” – Acts 4:11 Have you ever felt like pieces and parts, broken and worn? How do they integrate?…

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Abiding in the Living Waters

I have just returned from a week-long Living Waters training conference called Sexual Redemption and Integration, at the Theology of the Body Institute. My Mom and I were honored to serve together on the ministry team, a humbling and sacred…

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Blues Dancing With the Bridegroom

“Wait for the Lord, take courage; be stouthearted, wait on the Lord.” ~ Psalm 27:14 Apparently this “waiting” in the original Greek means “intertwined.” The invitation then is to be intertwined, mingled with the Lord, so that when He runs,…

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Conceived in Darkness

“I just can’t sense Jesus. I cannot feel Him close to me. I don’t sense our relationship sometimes,” I said through tears. “It is because He is supporting you from behind that you cannot see Him.” This is what Mother…

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Queen of All Hearts

This week we celebrate the Queenship of Mary. Mary is our Mother and her royalty is manifested to us most powerfully in how she tends to our needs with such solicitous, knowing, maternal care. When I was 10 years old,…

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Our Lady of You!

I recently attended a course entitled: “The Marian Mystery and the Theology of the Body.” It was a deep-dive into the wild beauty, tender love, and full fiat of our Blessed Mother. At one point, the instructor, Christopher West, showed…

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The Mercy of Kintsugi

There is an ancient Japanese practice called kintsugi (“golden joinery”). In this cultural tradition, when a piece of pottery or dishware breaks, the broken pieces are not thrown out, but glued back together and the cracks are painted in with…

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