In years past, I’d be spending these last days before the New Year reviewing the one gone by. I found it helpful to look back and ponder important events, joys, achievements, surprises, and sorrows and evaluate how I grew spiritually over the preceding twelve months. Then I’d choose one or two things I wanted to work on in the coming year. This year, however, I find myself wondering if it’s even worth reviewing 2020.
With so much on your to-do list, you can feel as though you’ll never be ready for Christmas. You might be closer to being ready than you think. Despite the things waiting to get done, there’s only one question you need to ask yourself to determine your readiness. It’s probably Read more…
Through the centuries the Church has become ever more aware that Mary, ‘full of grace’ through God, was redeemed from the moment of her conception. That is what the dogma of the Immaculate Conception confesses. Here are five ways to celebrate Mary’s Immaculate Conception..
We, women, are called to use our beautiful, intuitive gift of nurturing to help calm the hearts of others through prayer, presence, and petition for our loved ones and our nation.