All About Faith

Sunday with the Saints: Divine Mercy.

It is the year 2020. It is a year filled with so much darkness and death. Uncertainties. Chaos. Yet, as we come to the end of Lent, we know that darkness fails, we know that life overcomes death and we know for certain that Christ will rise up again on Easter Sunday....

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I rest in Him.

I am going to be honest here. I have failed myself. I have failed you. Last week, I share that God had been preparing me for these. I guess I haven't been well prepared as I thought. I have given into so many indulges in these two weeks that it has shown on the scale....

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Sunday with the Saints: The Annunciation.

            "Ecce ancilla Domini; fiat mihi secundum verbum tuum"  “The scene of the Annunciation is a very lovely one. How often we have meditated on this. Mary is recollected in prayer. She is using all her senses and her faculties to speak...

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How God has been preparing me for this moment!

  It was early December when I finally went to see my spiritual director. I had this great need to see him. He could tell that something wasn't right. He knows me and knew that I wasn't your anxious type of person. And I was anxious.  I explain to him that for...

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Sundays with the Saints: St. Patrick and St. Joseph.

  The feast day of these two honorable saints are coming up soon.  Who doesn't know nor love these men of God, St. Joseph & St. Patrick.        These two saints have been a powerhouse for me in their unique different ways. Their involvement in my...

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Sundays with the Saints: St. Katharine Drexel

     We have just finished up the Month of Black History in February and entering now the month of Women's History in the United States. St. Katharine Drexel is a perfect person to learn from for both those history months.   This American born saint is a...

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Stations of the Cross – a DIY Act of Love.

  It has begun. The season of Lent.  I felt a deep call to really put a big focus on the Stations of the Cross. I don't recall as a child doing the Stations of the Cross. But I want my children to recall this beautiful prayer which I hope that even after lent, we...

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Lent Activities for the Pro-Life Family

We are just a week away from Ash Wednesday of Lent 2020.  A time to transform ourself for Christ.  A time to transform our family.  A time to transform the culture of death to the Culture of Life. How does one do such an overwhelming task of transformation of self,...

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Sundays with the Saints: Mardi Gras.

  Well, today post is not much about a saint but more of a Catholic tradition that in many places it has lost it's Catholic touch. Before I moved down to South Mississippi from up north, I never really thought much about Mardi Gras. So as you can imagine, I was...

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Sundays with the Saints: St. Valentines.

     St. Valentine's Day, is another feast day in the church that the pagan world has taken back today. You see during the Middle Ages, the Church took St. Valentine's name and used it to overpower the pagan holiday, Lupercalia. Lupercalia is a licentious...

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