With a possible record-breaking blizzard set to hit Washington, DC (not to mention the rest of the mid-Atlantic), some Marchers won’t be able to be in DC. Here are seven ideas to participate from afar.
The second in a series of posts related to the Congress for the Lay Dominicans of the Saint Joseph Province. Today’s topic: Mr. David Brecount, OP, discusses lifting the Lay Dominican Life as a family.
My prayers are imperfect, but that’s okay.
Welcome to Small Success Thursday, hosted by CatholicMom.com. This is our chance to see how our little successes add up every week. Be sure to link up or share your own small successes here in the comboxes. This Sunday will be the Third Sunday of Advent! Can you believe that? I remember when I was…
On our way to Mass yesterday, I asked my 14 year-old to read the Scripture readings out loud so we could think about them a bit before Mass, then get more out of them during Mass. There were a couple of things I realized from the Gospel at Mass yesterday: Luke makes a big point…
It’s time for Worth Revisit Wednesday, hosted by Theology is a Verb and Reconciled to You. This is an opportunity to pull an old post out of the mothballs, air it out again, and let everyone admire how well it’s held up. (Hopefully, mine has!) Be sure to stop by and see other other posts…
In one of my darkest hours, I received a sign from God that I didn’t recognize until years later.
The first in a series of posts related to the Congress for the Lay Dominicans of the Saint Joseph Province. Today’s topic: Father Cadoré on Dominican Culture and mercy.
Seven Quick Takes about writing, family, Advent, and our well pump.
Small Successes add up, so why not count them each week, as you go?
If you’re looking for ways to deepen your faith this Advent, the Church provides plenty of opportunities to do just that.