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Companions for the Journey

Growing up as a child in a family who did not practice any sort of organized religion, I have come to know and understand many things of Christ only through the eyes of an adult. This has had both positive as well as negative influences on my Catholic journey. Things that children learn growing up in the Catholic faith were not the things that I learned as a child, but I came to understand and appreciate them as a mom. When my oldest child was in kindergarten, I remember hearing him recite the Guardian Angel prayer. I recall how touched…

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A Map for Life’s Journey

...Ignatius’ Spiritual Exercises help us navigate the treacherous terrain of “desolation,” which is where the “You are here” pin would land in times of spiraling emotions, as spoken of above. The Spiritual Exercises also provide important insights and directions for times of “consolation.”
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Go to Joe!

On this feast day of St. Joseph the Worker, Marian reveals lots of little known facts about this great patron, Guardian of the Holy Family and of our families.
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The Way of Trust

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. Sounds great, but how? Let's learn together from the "trust expert," St. Therese of Lisieux.
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A Prayer of Entrustment to Mary

Most Blessed Mary, Mother of God, you are the Immaculate One, through whom shines the fullness of grace. Here, then, I stand, your daughter, seeking refuge in your motherly protection. Today I entrust to you the future that awaits me, and I ask you to be with me as I go on my way. I wish to take you into my home, that I may learn from you and give my steady and perpetual YES to God. Mary, I humbly seek your intercession with your beloved Son, that He may give me, in abundance, the Holy Spirit, the Spirit of…

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