A bit about Catherine, Novena prayers, and an Announcement Catherine Catherine of Siena was born in 1347, the 25th of 26 children. She was a twin, but sadly, her twin sister, Giovanna, died in infancy. Only 13 children survived to
We all have those times in our lives when we need to take a break and be re-filled. There is no “pause” button in life though, so we must take and make our own opportunity to do this. Years ago,
Here are some posts from me from other places I post on the web: Live in Abundance, a post about choosing to be set free of the past and live an abundant life in the present. My attempt at Bullet Journaling,
I posted a retreat over at Amazing Catechists, Be Merciful. It can be used for catechists, ministry leaders, youth leaders, really any group who would like to spend a day learning and pondering God’s mercy. If you’d like, I’d be happy
I’m late in posting, but I am participating in this on-line writing retreat with Vinta Hampton Wright this week. Very enlightening! Join in any way you choose.
We had a wonderful formation retreat at Our Lady of Florida. The retreat leader was Deacon Alfred from Atlanta and he was a delight. A master storyteller, he wove together the scriptures, life experiences and questions to discuss in a unique and engaging style. We