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For the New Year…

Rather than making a resolution, what if we ask God to forge the path for our intention setting by focusing on sacred scripture? Jo reflects on her practice of choosing a yearly verse.
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Newborn Wonder

Christmas Wonderings

When each of my three children were born and the midwife lifted them up for me to see and placed them on my chest all I could do was stare at them and whisper, “Oh my God. Oh my God.”…

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Live Holy the Present Moment

“As to the past, let us entrust it to God’s mercy, the future to divine Providence. Our task is to live holy the present moment.” ~St. Gianna Molla I love this quote by St. Gianna Molla. Before her death at…

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The Reset Button

As I sat there on the couch with my Bible and the study materials in my lap, I felt my eyes drooping and my head heavily bowing forward. Ah shoot, I thought. You might think this was the reverent posturing…

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Feeling New

What does it feel like when you’re new? It’s like your first pair of shoes: squeaky clean and ready to go, but they don’t quite fit yet. It’s like the first snowfall of the season: fresh and unblemished but frigid.…

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Always a Way Through

Blue Sky Over Me Vast and unending Warm, peaceful, still. With depth and breadth, expansive Abundance all around me Always available to me Full, grateful, with ease. This is a poem (can I call that a poem?) I wrote in…

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Prayer Time With Toddlers

In this week's blog post, contributor Kaitlyn Mason shares 11 creative ideas for family prayer time with toddlers and young children.  If you are a parent of toddlers or have toddlers in your life, read on for some fun strategies!…

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Laundry and other Holy Matters

It’s laundry day. Being part of a family of six sure does load up the work for that particular task. I’m always amazed at what I discover each time I achieve those 15 minutes of all the laundry in the…

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