It can sometimes seems that grower closer to God, being grateful and living a life of abundance is something God calls others to, not you. Because I’m broken, sad, not enough, too tall, too short, run slowly, wear glasses, don’t
Deep down, I think we all long for holiness – yet it seems unattainable or at least, very difficult. But Sara Estabrooks has given us guidance in the form of a new bible study that is part of the series
I have had this book by Joseph A. Tetlow, S.J. for 2 years sitting in my to read stack, always near the top but somehow getting overlooked. Maybe it wasn’t time before now. This book was excellent; of course, since
This summer I was blessed to be able to attend the International Magnificat conference in New Orleans. I met so many wonderful women, some who I’d met already via online meetings and some for the first time. It was nice to
First, a message from me, Deanna Bartalini, to say that this week is Book Review Week here on my spot of the internet. I have read many books in the last few months and it’s time to chat about them.
This is a book that combines biblical truth and teachings, devotions, life application, and fiction into one. Each chapter is divided into different sections, each meant to give you a different and unique perspective on the last week of Jesus’
How often have you been to Mass, listened to the readings and homily and heard a clear message about the sanctity of life and why abortion is wrong? Or how the Church can help those who have suffered with the
I was eager to read Keep Your Kids Catholic: Sharing your Faith and Making it Stick by Marc Cardaronella for many reasons. Many people on social media and sites I frequent had positive comments about it; I need resources to