I don’t have much to say about Catherine today. I’m in the midst of finishing a quilt. And, I really want to finish it today. I need to for my mental health, my brain. Not sure which; it just feels
I like alliteration. Hence, the title of this post. And traipsing sounds less jarring than galloping, which is sometimes how I feel in my head at times these last few weeks. I’m going to round up for you, in alittle
St. Ignatius of Loyola has given the Church so much. From the Jesuits to his Spiritual Exercises, there is much to be thankful for. Many Jesuits founded great universities, built beautiful churches and spread the Gospel to the far reaches of
Almost thirty-four years ago we sang this song at our wedding. It was one of my husband’s favorites and so we included it in our ceremony. On our 20th anniversary, we had a big celebration and our daughter played it
In Hebrews 11:1 we read that “Faith is the realization of what is hoped for and evidence of things not seen.” Paul continues to tell us of the many Old Testament figures who lived out their faith in God in
We’ve have arrived. If this were a fairy tale, just before this would be the words, “And they lived happily ever after.” But it’s not a fairy tale, it’s real life. And in real life, there are struggles, problems, and concerns
So it’s been an entire week that I’ve not posted. I have a number of posts in my head and some notes for others in a notebook; need some time to get them out to you. Hopefully, I will be
Missed two days writing because of Hurricane Matthew. Thankfully, we are all fine. Please pray for those who have suffered from it and those still in its path. Today I’ll give you two short posts and a song for your Saturday!
This song reminds me of my favorite prayer of Ignatius. the Suspice.
This song is based on my favorite prayer of St. Ignatius, Suscipe.