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Last week, I highlighted a small group who is raising money for CNEWA through a bumper magnet and sticker campaign. Good news! Both products are in, and we’re working on getting an online ordering setup going. The image you see to the left is the image on the magnets and stickers. You can contact me…

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Writing Elsewhere: We Are All Nasara

Yesterday’s World View Wednesday at CatholicMom.com highlighted a project a dear friend started recently: Beginning after the war in Iraq, Christians have had a difficult time continuing to live in their ancient homeland. Radical Islamists have been persecuting them and pushing them out of their villages, often through terrorism — bombing churches, threatening those Christians…

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The Unexpected Break

I wound up taking an entire week off blogging (and completely unintentionally!) last week. I will probably make up the Lawn Chair Catechism post, mostly because it’ll bother me if I don’t, and I do hope to be better at keeping up this week with it. In the meantime, I’ve developed a horrible pain in…

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Writing Elsewhere: Are You Going My Waze?

I’m featured at CatholicMom.com’s Tech Talk today, where I’ve reviewed my new favorite navigation app: Everyone with a smart phone has their favorite navigation app, and mine has always been Google Maps. But I’m falling in love with a newer app that combines navigation with crowd sourcing, a scorecard, and social media. Throw adorable little…

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Lawn Chair Catechism: Hearing is Believing

Welcome back to CatholicMom.com’s Summer series, Lawn Chair Catechism. For details on the series, to find the book or study guide, or to catch up on my previous posts for this year, head on over to my page for this year’s series. This week, we’re talking about the Sacraments of Healing: Confession and Anointing of…

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