When, through our words and actions, we show that there’s more to Christmas than a single day, we make a statement about the Catholic faith.
One of my favorite things as a Life Coach is helping clients set and achieve their goals. Seeing them grow spiritually and personally and reach the heights they longed for is thrilling. Goals are vital to our growth and well-being. For goals to be effective, they must be SMART.
Mary’s lesser-known title, Mother of Hope, is vital for current times. This article emphasizes that before we pray for peace, we should pray for hope, which aids us during hardships. The story of the Wedding at Cana is highlighted as an example of Mary’s role as a figure of hope. She intercedes for us, brings hope when all seems lost, and encourages trust in Jesus. Despite perceived hopelessness, Mary reminds us to persist in hope.
Our guardian angels are real, love us dearly, and are ever-vigilant in their God-given mission to light and guard, rule, and guide us.