While scrolling through twitter this morning I was reminded that today is the Feast of St. Vincent de Paul. When my Sweetie and I were looking at dates to get Married September 26th seemed a good date, as it was a Saturday, the date was already booked by another couple so Sunday the 27th it … Continue reading Anniversaries and Reminders
"How may I pray for you?" I asked. I nodded in agreement at the answer, adding the intention to my prayer list. And so I ask you, "How may I pray for you?" Please feel free to comment, and I'll pray for your specific intention. A childhood memory keeps coming forward lately. I was five, … Continue reading Moments in Prayer
So, half-way decent Catholic that I sometimes am, I keep a Rosary or two in my purse. A couple of weeks ago I pulled one out to pray for a bit and it was a bit tacky and I couldn't figure out why. Cleaned. Back in purse. Good to go. Last night at Mass I … Continue reading Who are you?
Feast of the Triumph of the Cross With their patience worn out by the journey, the people complained against God and Moses, "Why have you brought us up from Egypt to die in this desert, where there is no food or water? We are disgusted with this wretched food!" In a way I had to … Continue reading Patience Worn out
On and off over the last week I've stared at the computer screen, awaiting the words that will make the most sense. When these times happen when the words don't come I get a little freaked out. Perhaps I've lost them. Perhaps they will no longer show up at my front door, in a box, … Continue reading A Mish Mosh of Words
Peace! Be Still Over the last month or so I've been reading Catholicism: A Journey to the Heart of Faith by Bishop Robert Barron. Savoring really, as it's delightfully deep and rather accessible. While reading Chapter 6 A Body Both Suffering and Glorious: The Mystical Union of Christ and the Church, and reflecting on life … Continue reading Forty Days of Prayer for Quilters: Day 12