It seems all we talk about these days is freedom. But, being free on the outside isn’t the same as being free on the inside. Explore the difference between exterior and interior freedom.
I’ll be sharing my path to healing and the wisdom I gained from it in my presentation, “Forgiveness is R.A.R.E.” at the Catholic Moms Summit November 13-15. Registration to this amazing online conference is open now. The best part is that it’s FREE!⠀
In the past several weeks, there have been 50 recorded incidents of churches, parishes, and religious statues being destroyed in the United States and Canada. That list continues to grow. This is a cause for great concern, but not for hopelessness. Buildings, parishes and statues are structures that can be defaced and destroyed, but our faith cannot – as long as we cling to Christ and his Mother.
Confusion and uncertainty can lead to hopelessness and even depression. Here are five things to do when you don’t know what to do.
As we hunker down during the social distancing requirements of COVID-19, a majority of us are faced with open pockets of time that weren’t there before. With the government extending the requirements to April 30, we’re in for a long month ahead. While the extra time and quiet can be a boon to our prayer life, it can also place a burden upon it. Our prayers can become rote and lifeless. The days seem to melt together and without our Sunday-going-to-Mass marker, we can slip into the abyss. At this point, you might find yourself stuck in a prayer rut.
Across the globe, Catholic churches have emptied holy water fonts in an effort to stall the spread of coronavirus, or COVID-19 as it’s officially known. It’s got me thinking about the importance of holy water in general and the need to keep it in our homes and with us when we travel.